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THStew (#47573768)
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Bio Photo My current project involves the siblings and children of Revolutionary War Veteren David Skinner (1742-1814) of Marlborough, CT, and Geneseo, NY.

Photos: If you use one of my photos please send me a thank you email. If you can figure out some way to get money for pictures of gravestones then you are a financial genius and deserve what you can get. Again, please send me a thank you note. If it's a lot of money please send me a 15% commission. :)
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 • 206 Memorials Added
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 • 1 Memorial/week
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Donald Specht
RE: Adams family
I added a picture of Myron & Genevieve's stone in the Fairfield Cemetery. I also added a photo of Minnie (Adams) Zimmerman. She and Leon both have senior year pictures in the 1912 Spencerport High School yearbook. I had added Leon's picture some time ago, but didn't notice that Minnie had married Leon until recently.

I was surprised to learn that Carrie Rann lived in the village. The Horace Rann property was on lot 125 in Ogden. The name is misspelled as H. Rand on the 1872 map. The road that runs east off of Union St. was originally called Rann Road, while that part of the road that turned south and ran to Whittier Road was called Brower Road. At some point the Rann name was dropped and the entire road became Brower Road.


Added by Donald Specht on May 05, 2016 9:15 PM
Ann Cullen
Hi Tom - thanks for the update for her bio

- Linda
Added by Linda on Dec 27, 2015 12:44 PM
Brian J. Ensley
RE: Lucy B Culver - Oak Ridge, Lima
I didn't see it. When I fulfill a request I normally photograph all of the family members for that person within that family plot. We're heading back home to PA this morning so good luck in your search!

Added by Brian J. Ensley on Nov 23, 2015 5:17 AM
Brian J. Ensley
RE: Alex D Miner, Abby & Catherine
You're very welcome. I'm up here in the area visiting for a few days and figured I'd see what requests were pending. Glad I could help!
Added by Brian J. Ensley on Nov 20, 2015 5:49 PM
Gracie's Grammy
RE: Charles M Skinner
My pleasure
Added by Gracie's Grammy on Sep 09, 2015 6:00 PM
Longmont Genealogical Society
RE: Jessie Hosford
If you had checked this memorial yesterday, you would not have found the obituary. I copied the obituary this morning and posted it this afternoon. Jessie and I were neighbors about 1967-69 when she lived in an apartment on Emery Street.
Added by Longmont Genealogical Soc... on Aug 18, 2015 9:06 PM
Maggie O
thank you! I took the birth year out
Added by Maggie O on Jun 28, 2015 12:06 PM
Donald Specht
RE: Maple Grove, Dewey Road
Yes, the Zimmerman stones are cast from some type of cement or concrete. Jacob Zimmerman's stone seems to have been carelessly made - neither his forename nor surname is centered on the stone. All the others are.
Added by Donald Specht on Apr 26, 2015 7:44 PM
Donald Specht
RE: Maple Grove, Dewey Road
I put Leon Zimmerman's 1912 Spencerport High School senior year picture on the website, and noticed you had created his page. Lucky guy, Leon - his class consisted of 2 guys and 10 girls. I did check your other memorial pages and added a couple pictures of gravestones.
Added by Donald Specht on Apr 25, 2015 9:43 PM
Janet Muff
RE: Sponsorship of Memorials
Hi Tom.

No idea what happened to the stones of Elizabeth (Harvey) Scott. Probably dumped in a pile somewhere (although I can't find where) or thrown out in a clean-up effort. So, there's no way to take a better look at the "7" "4" problem.

Added by Janet Muff on Jan 03, 2015 3:05 PM
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