|Anonymous||Alonzo Cook 76900121 memorial|
In 1850 he lived with his younger brother. Evidently injuries from service to our country caused his death. I found Clark Cook in 1850 census in NY. I could not figure out who Clark's father was so posting this was helpful to me. Evidently wife Mary died before this 1850 census record. To learn of the info connecting the family was a real treasure.
|Starfishin||Thanks for the transfers|
Thanks, Tink, for your care of the Wright memorials and your transfers.
|Dwayne Crandall||RE: Crandalls in Taylor cemetery|
Would love to have the transfers. My # 46912347
|Dwayne Crandall||Crandalls in Taylor cemetery|
I'd love the transfers of my cousins. Thanks for offering. Here are the numbers:
52158978 Carlton Harris Crandall
52158970 David Carlton Crandall
51804093 Carrie M. Crandall
For Carrie, I had the middle name of May, howvever. Also had she was married to Wm Dye Weaver.
My number is 46912347
|Don Robinson||John A.Robinson Grave Picture|
I want to publicly Thank; Tink, for the great picture of my Great Grandfather's grave! I found it through the great work of Find A Grave. It helps our family a great deal to fill in the blanks of our history. The cemetery is a long way from Florida!
|Georgia||The other Floyd Fox? ase share with me!|Added by Georgia on Dec 07, 2015 7:17 PM
|PJ Perry||William Clowe|
Thanks so much for all the pics you took of the stone. I tried to make out the inscription but unfortunately I could not. I appreciate you taking different angles. Very kind of you.
Added by PJ Perry on Dec 07, 2015 1:58 PM
|Leslie Lewis||Babcock photos|
Thank you so, so much!! I appreciate your time and effort in posting the photos, plus you have cleared up a mystery as to where this couple is actually buried. There are multiple memorials for them, which I am now trying to clear up.... your photos PROVE they are at Lincklaen, which is a huge step in the right direction.
Thanks for the Martha Burdick stone photo in Lincklaen Center Cemetery,
Thank you so much Tink for the great headstone photos. I appreciate your help very much. Lois Ann
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