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|Kem Hart-Baker||Holden E. LYON - Potter Hill Cemetery|
Would it be possible for you to validate the inscription for the age at death for Holden E. Lyon for me at the Potter Hill Cemetery??
Find A Grave has the age noted as 2 yr 6 mo and 22 days BUT the Cortland County Cemetery Listing noted under the USGENWEB project has him noted as dying at the age of 24 yrs 6 mo and 22 days.
I'm trying to calculate the correct birth date for him and whether not he is the son of Pardon and his 1st wife, Nancy or of Pardon's 2nd wife, Ruby.
Thanks for your help.
|Anonymous||RE: family tree|
thank you for your reply, is there any way I can get a copy of the Taylor book? if so let me know and we will connect, Mary
hi tink, I have been working on our family tree for some time now, and was excited when I found that you have increase my tree. We were told my father-in-laws fathers name was Charles and his father was Welcome, but that was all we had except that he had married Elizabeth Edwards. We went looking in Cuyler, cemetery because we were told that he was from there. I went to Find a grave and just put in his name and where we thought he was from and I hit the best news possible , when I found more than just him , but 2 more generations back. I saw that Hardin Potter's parents are Winsor/Damaris Burlingame Potter, do you have any thing on them or where I may find some? Hardin was born in Scituate, R.I.?
Also I notice a book called Taylor- A History by David Crankshaw, what is this?
I look forward to a message back soon. Or anyone who has any my e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org thank you Mary
|Jolie Price||RE: Help please?|
Thank you so much!!
|Jolie Price||RE: Help please?|
|Jolie Price||Help please?|
I have family in Shoemaker Cemetery in Dalton (Jennings, Rineharts, and some Gilberts, too, I believe). My understanding is that we have 1 plot left, but I haven't been able to find any contact info for the cemetery to figure out what space we have left. If you live nearby (I don't) and see a phone number or other contact information posted for Shoemaker, would you please pass along the info? Other than a road trip to Dalton, I'm not sure how else to find a phone number.
|Cheryl N.||Thank You|
Thank you for processing the edits I found. This person is like a long. lost aunt and maybe it will help to connect with their children.
Thank you for all you do in FindaGrave.com.
|Ruth Van Alstine||RE: Re: Florence Blanchard|
thanks for adding that obit. No, I don't need to have ownership transferred to me thank you.
|Ruth Van Alstine||duplicate memorial for Florence Blanchard|
Your memorial #51929468 is apparently the original Find A Grave page made for her. I had found a memorial added by "NY FIND GRAVERS" and they had transferred it to me because I had the obit for her. At any rate, this has been pointed out to me and my memorial #121860660 for Florence should be deleted. However, perhaps you would add her obit to your page? Thanks so much!
Published in The Evening Sun August 27,2007
SMYRNA – Florence Frances Blanchard, formerly of Beaver Meadow Road, currently a resident of Grace Manor in Sherburne, passed away Saturday, Aug. 25, 2007 at Community Memorial Hospital, Hamilton.
Born in Islington, London, England, she was a daughter of John W. and Florence Hillyer Howell. Fran spent three years as a WAAF in the RAF during World War II. She met her husband, Stewart Blanchard, when they were stationed in Kent, England where she was a wireless operator and he was in air-sea rescue. They were married in the Christ Church of Highbury, London, England on November 10, 1945. Fran arrived in the United States on the Queen Mary on Easter Sunday in 1946. Stewart predeceased her on Jan. 14, 1997. Fran worked in food service for over 15 years in the Sherburne-Earlville Central School District until her retirement.
Fran was a member of the First United Methodist Church in Smyrna; the Smyrna Fire Department Auxiliary; and was a Republican committee member who worked on the election board for many years.
She was predeceased by a brother, Frederick Howell; a granddaughter, Julie L. Blanchard and three great-grandchildren, Anthony, Shaylee and Shianna Blanchard.
Burial in the Taylor Rural Cemetery, Taylor.
Contributions in her memory may be made to the First United Methodist Church, c/o Barbara Parry, Treas., 321 County Rt. 20, Sherburne, NY 13460.
|jazzman717||Rev Winston Burr Maricle|
Thanks for adding to his bio. I just transcribe the obituaries as I find them, whatever changes you make are fine with me.
He was a wonderful man as well as a Pastor. I wanted to make sure he was not forgotten. After his wife Ruth passed, I made sure his family is together on Find a Grave to let people know how wonderful they were.
Thank you again for all that you do. It is people like you who make Find a Grave such a wonderful place to remember our loved ones.
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