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. :)
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!
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.
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.
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.
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.