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If you are interested in one of the memorials, at St. Joseph's OLD Cemetery, Wayland, NY, please send me an email with the name of the person you are requesting included. I will get back to you as soon as I can. I have photographed all of the headstones in the cemetery and with the exception of persons still living, ALL are posted on the memorial. If there isn't a photo on the memorial of a headstone, there isn't a headstone for that person. Plot numbers for this cemetery are not recorded anywhere except with ME. So if you need info about a plot number, please feel free to ask me. First digit is the section number 1-4. Sections are numbered East to West starting at Deiter Rd. Next 2 digits are the row number, also numbered East to West, except for section 4 which the rows are numbered North to South from State Route 63. The 4th digit is 1 or 2 letters. If there are more than 24 graves in a row there are 2 letters and the first is either A or B. (I & O are skipped). Headstones in each row are number from the driveway across back of the cemetery, toward State Route 63 except section 4. Where graves are lettered West to East starting from the backside of section 3. If there is another digit at the end of the plot number, there are more than 2 names/graves on the same headstone or in the plot. Again, if you have a question about plot numbers, please email ME. NB: The Parish Office has NO info about plot numbers at this cemetery.
In St. Joseph's New Cemetery & St. Pius V New Cemetery in Cohocton, the plots are numbered simply Sect ... Then a Roman Numeral .. I. II, III, ect. Then a one - three digit number for the site & last the grave number. In St. Joseph's they go from 1 thru 8. At St.Pius they are numbered sequentially thru the section.
If I send you an edit and you decline it, I will do my best NOT to bother you ever again. Its not my fault if you can't be bothered to check out my source, which is most always the website below.
I just found your photo of Caleb & Phoebeʻs grave stone... Caleb is my 2nd cousin 5X removed... may I use the photo on my private family tree? I always give credit to the find a grave members who generously share their photos with me... thanks so much...
RE: Margaret Dauenhauer (156985952) Yes I would be happy to do add a photo on her memorial page. I found the original photo and will try to edit it slightly. If you want a better photo I can easily do that in the spring after the snow melts.
RE: Elizabeth Miller (53150460) Hello, I appreciate reviews. Just a couple things to rehash here. First, thank for removing the reference that she was the daughter to Wm and Eliz Kuhn, as this Elizabeth is not a relation, I believe. Second, I have withdrawn my date change of the month of Nov. That was a slip up. Sorry. Third, the article I copied for Jason Kuhn, her father, Fulton web site Bath NY Steuben Courier 1924-1926 - 0675.pdf Seems to make it clear that there was one more Kuhn that got out of Germany, in addition to the Peter Kuhn of Sparta and my 3rd Great gf Peter Kuhn in Perkinsville. Now there is this Elizabeth's father Jacob Kuhn who came in late 1880s ? So I believe it is all correct. 1,2,3. and done?
Ella Pitcher Wood 15446169 I saw your query about Ella Pitcher Wood # 15446169 in Mapleview Cemetery. I added her obit to her memorial page. Let me know when you have retrieved the information it contains so I can take it down again.
Memorial# 53150496 ans ancestors. Thank you for accepting the family links for these memorials. More so, as always, thank you for your work getting these memorials recorded in first place. Best wishes this New Year, Greg Hetzler.
Thanks for your message. No, I am not related. I found the Lambrix information on Forest Lawn Cemetery's database. Here's the link: http://webcemeteries.com/forestlawn/search.aspx
The results provide some basic information such as grave location and date of death. If you click on burial permit, you will see a semi-obscured scan that oftentimes provides additional information. If you pay a membership fee, you can access an unobscured scan.
My friend is a member. If you'd like, I can ask her for more information for you.
My purpose in adding this information to your records/request was to make it easier for volunteers to locate the graves. Even with the location it is not easy in many sections of Forest Lawn. I wish I could fill all of the photo requests but many times come up empty-handed. Detailed maps are needed. In the meantime, I'll do what I can to help.