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Peg (#47367994)
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Terry Schmelz
hazel schmelz salow
requesting transfer of 81773318 for my great aunt Hazel thank you for posting her grave, i started researching my family tree the Schmelz name, and thanks to all you on find a grave, I have found my G < G G G grand mother, I hope i am sending this request to the correct person terry schmelz Monroe mi , thank you again
Added by Terry Schmelz on Oct 29, 2015 6:47 PM
Bob Thomas
Jacob K. Lull -- sketch
Hi Peg,

Obits for his parents and sketches of J.K. Lull and wife Harriet, and parents on page 216 and 217 of this book.

History of Otsego County, New York: With Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of Some of Its Prominent Men and Pioneers
Duane Hamilton Hurd
Everts & Fariss, 1878 - Otsego County (N.Y.) - 378 pages
Added by Bob Thomas on Sep 06, 2015 5:55 PM
Ann Curtis Collins
RE: permission?
HI Peg,
Great, give me a day or two to get the information together.

I will send you an email now to establish contact.
Added by Ann Curtis Collins on Sep 04, 2015 9:08 PM
Ann Curtis Collins
RE: permission?
HI Peg,
Yes you may use Jennie's photo. She is my Great Grandmother. I have other photo's of Jennie's parents if you are interested and some information regarding the Archer/Elmer line.
Let me know if you are interested.
Thank you for asking!!
Take care
Added by Ann Curtis Collins on Sep 04, 2015 6:55 PM
C. Rose
64194490 Isaac Elmer
In response to your request for any information on the Elmer family, I am sorry I don't have any more. Obviously, while researching West Lowville Rural cem, I came across the name. Charlotte
Added by C. Rose on Aug 31, 2015 10:48 AM
Schael Beltran
RE: Nathaniel Cook's gravestone
You are very welcome!!
Added by Schael Beltran on May 19, 2015 1:46 PM
Schael Beltran
RE: Thank you!
You are very welcome!!
Added by Schael Beltran on May 19, 2015 1:45 PM
Memory Keeper2
RE: Thank you!
You are very welcome, Peg. If I find more information about Lt. Malcolm Hutchinson, I'll send it to you. It's too bad the two pages can't be merged with both photos and information. If Malcolm is a relative of yours perhaps the other contributor, who is inactive right now, would let you manage Lt. Hutchinson's memorial pages and they could be combined. Thank you for your dedicated work to Find A Grave.
Added by Memory Keeper2 on Nov 12, 2014 5:14 AM
Saving Cream, etc.
FindaGrave rules prohibit disturbing a stone in any way. Please do not recommend or use this technique.

Are there any suggestions in order to take a photo of a headstone that is hard to read?
Unless you are related to the interred on the headstone in question, DO NOT do anything to the headstone. We DO NOT recommend you do anything to the headstone to make it easier to read or easier to photograph. If it is a flat grave marker, you may be able to brush off loose dirt and debris. If the grave marker is in the shade or has little sun, it is possible to try different angles in relation to the sun or to use something simple, like a mirror or aluminum foil, to reflect sunlight onto a headstone face that is shaded and thus difficult to read in a photo. This does not in any way alter the stone itself, and one does not even need to touch the stone in order to reflect light. Harmless and effective solution for dark or shaded faces of grave markers, which improves the resulting photo.
Added by Airrow on Oct 09, 2014 8:47 AM
Shawn Barnhart-Shuman
RE: Thank you!
Wow, shaving cream and a squeegie? I've actually never done a "chalking." I have used epoxy and put some of my people back up on their stands. I'll have to keep that in mind. Sorry we couldn't find them; we felt let down. However I've never seen a cem with so many old intact graves that were illegible. Usually the vandals knock everything down!
Added by Shawn Barnhart-Shuman on Sep 13, 2014 12:02 PM
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