|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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|Anonymous||RE: Benjamin Woodworth Saunders|
I went to the cemetery today and with my photo I located the headstone. It is ok but very difficult to read.
|Anonymous||RE: Benjamin Woodworth Saunders|
Thanks for your reply. I have called the church several times, so far without any positive results. I called 2 days ago and was told that Betsy Goodrich who did work on behalf of the cemetery has retired. The lady I spoke with said she would leave a message for Rev Scott Garno to return my call. I believe you are probably right that the stone may have been disturbed by the flood about 10 years ago. If that was the case, then I need to find where the stone was removed to. I have a photo of the headstone taken about 20 years ago, clearly showing the name; Benjamin Saunders and date of death April 20 1842. He was an Inn keeper when he died and I am sure the property is long gone.
Do you have any ideas? - other than continue to try to contact the responsible people of course.
|Anonymous||Benjamin Woodworth Saunders|
I just duplicated the above Find A Grave. I created it because I found a photo of the headstone and didn't realize you had already created one. I would be happy to take over the site as he is my 3rd gen great grandfather.
PS, I just found that the headstone is missing from the cemetery. I know they had a flood on the Susquehanna, but it doesn't seem possible that the stone could have possibly have washed away. It was in the middle of the cemetery and if it washed away so would all the stones around it! Do you have any thoughts on this possibility?
|Jay Rarick||Jacob Lewis Reigle|
Hello [distant] Cousin!
You left a "flower" on Jacob L. Reigle's memorial indicating that you are his 4x great grandson. I am the 2nd great grandson of his older brother, Daniel J. Reigle.
I think that makes us 4th cousins, twice removed, or something along that line...
I have been documenting the military history of the Civil War veterans of that immediate family. Do you have any background on Jacob? I would be interested if you have any family photos or other information I could capture for my family tree.
Also, if you are interested, I would invite your attention to the Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War (SUVCW) organization.
Formed in 1881, they are the heir and legal representatives of the Grand Army of the Republic (G.A.R.) which was the principle Union Civil War Veterans' organization. The VFW and American Legion are patterned after the G.A.R. Many of our ancestors of that generation were members of the G.A.R.
If you would like more information, the national SUVCW web site is located at www.suvcw.org, or please feel free to contact me.
In Fraternity, Charity & Loyalty,
Jay A. Rarick
Past Camp Commander
Irish Brigade Camp No. 4, SUVCW
|Kevin Banta||Please remove your photo|
Please remove your photo from Find A Grave Memorial #114271544.
|deborah wells||Joshua Wells|
Kurt ,do you know anything more about who Joshua Wells 34 yrs old died in 1822,like who were his parents, and do you know where Asa wells dod 1841 grave is (Rev. War soldier), thanks for you help,debbie wells
|Bruce Wolcott||Ebenezer Green photo|
Thanks for the gravestone photos. I was pretty sure I'd get a quick response for a veteran, especially a Revolutionary War veteran! He was the brother of a direct ancestor of mine. Again, thanks!
|Jeanne Aagaard ||RE: Photos|
You're so very welcome it Was my pleasure
|ErgoSum||Thanks for the heads up|
Information has been sent to original and
my accidental duplicate has been deleted.
Added by ErgoSum on Aug 19, 2016 6:16 AM
|Marianne Mangels||John McHarg Coffin|
There's no wife listed for him - is there any chance is wife was Lavenia SHEARS Coffin (1799-1847)?
She's buried at Acra Cemetery; he's not listed there...but he was still alive in 1871 in Victory, Cayuga, NY - P.O. Bethal Corners, NY.
I'm having a really hard time tracking down these relatives! They're my g'grandparents.
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