|Kurt Riegel (#47698588)|
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I am a gravestone conservator, owning a small business that deals will the restoration and cleaning of historic gravestones and take great pride in fixing every single stone we take on. I am also a local history maniac, who has a hobby (some may call it an obsession) of finding and visiting old cemeteries, especially small, rural plots. If I have a memorial of someone that is in your family or very close to you, I would be more than happy to transfer it to you. Also, if you have any extra information for any memorial I have, please feel free to send me an email. I will update the memorial very quickly. (I secretly love getting added information or corrections to the memorials I upload.)|
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|Richard Snyder||Sarah Whiting, Woodland Cemetery|
Hello. Yesterday, I searched for Sarah's headstone in Section B-2, Tier 2, Grave 58, and I'm sorry to say that there is no stone. This section is comprised of hundreds of single graves from the late 1800s, early 1900s, and most have no headstones. Cemetery records show that she is burried in the same grave as William Whiting who died in 1879. I am posting a photo to her Find A Grave memorial showing the exact location of where their should be. Wish I could be of more help.
|Leo J. Offerman||Fixing headstones|
Kurt, I just read your bio and was wondering if you actually repair or upright damaged stones? I am particularly interested in the Herkimer County, New York. Thanks Leo Offerman
|Lynne Stallcop||Hinman Cemetery|
I just wanted to tell you how much I love the photo that you took of Hinman Cemetery with the snow cover. That is an awesome photo.
|Phil||Cleaning on Gravestones|
Noticed from posting a message on James Davis' page that you actually clean & restore old headstones. We are not professionals by any means, but when filling photo request, we attempt to cleanup the stone to leave it better than what we found it. We currently use "corn starch" when the inscription are to worn to see with the naked eye to help enhance the inscriptions for reading. The corn starch is then removed with a fine paint brush. We use a stiffer bristle paint brush and the heel on a rubber sandal to "scrub" the mold, dirt, & decay away. Could you recommend something better that would be quick & possibly better in leaving the stone, so the family members might be more pleased. Thanks in advanced for your response.
Phillip & Sara
Added by Phil on Jun 29, 2015 9:14 PM
|Steven Keller||Thank you!|
Thanks so much for the transfer, Kurt. Have a great summer!
|Kelly Humphrey||Clifton Humphrey #7539962|
Thanks for getting a better picture of the stone and adding it to his page. :) I'm pretty sure this little boy belongs to my husband's family but just can't confirm it yet. I really appreciate the add. =)
Added by Shane B on Jun 11, 2015 4:24 PM
|Matthew Sage||John Sage and Roann Sage|
My name is Matthew Sage and I have been researching the Sage line in NY for a while. I noticed that you have pictures of John Sage (1809-1864) and Roann Sage (1809-1875) from the Woods Corners Cemetery in Norwich. I see there is also memorial references to John and Roann in the Mount Hope Cemetery in Norwich by user JTF. Is this cemetery one and the same or could there be some duplication of entries? Just curious.
|Wendy Bovee Oldham||William Main|
Heya Kurt, added the info to to his Bio you sent. If you want ownership let me know. I am not related :)
|Larry Wales||W. B. Monroe|
Info added, thank you, Larry
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