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I am fascinated with genealogy. My grandmother had me plant flowers on gravesites for her when she could no longer do it herself. I kept up that tradition for her as long as I lived close enough to do so. I enjoy the things you can learn reading old markers and stones. The families in my tree include: Rudd; Good; Miller; Reid; Mathews; Jones and all the people who contributed to our genetic pool! The main stomping grounds for our families are central Ohio, West Virginia panhandle, southern Michigan and Pennsylvania. I, of course, live 12 hours from those spots!|
Please feel free to use the photos of the monuments/tombstones in any way you see fit. That is why I post them here.
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|OhioSearcher||Leo B Sample@BrooklynHts Cem|
you were asking about the memorial- why there are two links to his wife. Good question- it keeps coming up as "memorial has been merged". Something by the Find A Grave admin I am assuming..
|Kenneth Schaeffer||RE: Moyer stones|
I also found Reuben Moyer's headstone. I have created a memorial and linked him to Pauline.
|Dave Davisson||RE: Hunt memorial|
Is Mr. Hunt a relative of yours or of some other interest (former resident of your home, &c)? I'd be happy to transfer his memorial to you if you'd like.
|EatatJoes||RE: memorial transfer|
Gladly. See if you can get Decal to transfer some of the others especially ones that are directly related to you.
|Jim Lyles||RE: Gerald Rawson|
|Bella Rosa||RE: Pease|
You're very welcome! Easy find...their stone was huge! It's still quite beautiful too. Didn't know if you could tell by the pictures or not.
|iamcasey36||Flagler - Edie Farm Cemetery, Greenwich NY|
Thanks very much for all of the transfers! I've added quite a bit of info to the memorials and made some links.
|Holland St John||Mary Phillips' second husband|
Laura: Thank you for the information regarding the second husband of my great grandmother Mary Phillips. No one in our family knew his name.
|Alice ||RE: Brick Church cemetery|
You mean the Brick Church Cemetery in Wilton, right? Almost all the old cemeteries in Saratoga County were copied by Cornelius Durkee around 1877. Much of Durkee's work appears on the Saratoga County GenWeb site cemetery pages, but I see that the Brick Church hasn't been added. You should be able to easily pick up earlier transcriptions from either the Town of Wilton Historian or from the Saratoga County Historian in Ballston Spa. Durkee's work is also on microfilm in the Saratoga Springs Library, NYS Library in Albany, LDS microfilm and other locations. Alice
Added by Alice on Jun 04, 2014 6:57 AM
|Jay Wright||RE: Susanna Johnson Moorman|
Thanks. I feel better already. :-) -- Jay
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