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|Karen Sutton||RE: Lafferty|
No problem, I have family in the same cemetery so I figured if I can help while i'm there. I will try to take the other 3 next time I go there
some of the stones are so weathered. I a census for NYS in 1875, they have my great great grandfather and Eber Lafferty in the same household. Riley abd Homer are there also.
De nada, you're welcomed, Cassie...it's always nice to be able to visit Pleasant Valley when it's not too cold, not too humid...glad to have been able to find Mrs. Schoonover for you!
|Sam English||Charles R Stamp Memorial|
Took pictures of the memorial today at your request but when I went to post, I couldn't find the photo request. I'm new at this so don't know what might have happened but went ahead and added the photos. Have a good week.
|Richard Bailey||Algernon Pool|
You were right about the name bouncing back and forth. photos are posted.
|Marshall Bruce||RE: Gordiner|
You're welcome. Glad to get these last two. These are the stones that end up getting buried and lost forever.
Went back to Waupaca and dug up the two stones that were buried. One was for Jonie and one for Lucas. I will post these--much better--you can read the names.
I posted photos of John & Juliette, Charles & Mary, John R Jr,and Lee Elliot. There are two others on this plot that I am trying to figure out who they are. One is buried in the dirt and difficult to read. The other is a child 1864-1895 I think. So still working on it but almost done.
I will post a photo of his plot marker but will have to wait until next month to get the individual stone as it is buried under 2 ft of snow.
|Paul Sutton Kamalsky||RE: Thank you again|
That would be great! You are very welcome. Thanks for your kind
remark! You are truly a sweetheart!
|Paul Sutton Kamalsky||RE: Daniel Hilton|
You are most welcome Cassie. Northern Yates County is an area
I have committed myself to and promised stone photos to Yates
Co historian from. Benton minus the newest part was done Sept
19. The best views are from Overackers in Middlesex, which I've
yet to complete
You are very welcome,
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