|Gail Cline (#47747498)|
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I was born in Brooklyn,NewYork in 1956.|
After my grandmother passed away we had
a house built and moved to Wellsville.
My parents were Dorothy W. & Alfred A. Cline.
My mother passed away in 1999 and is buried
in Woodlawn Cemetery in Wellsville, New York.
She was 72.
My father went about 6 months later in the
My great great grandfather was Dr. Frank Warner.
He was the first dentist to pull teeth in his office. (Angelica, New York)
My grandparents were Ruth & Stuart Warner.
My great grandmother was Lena T. Coleman.
I enjoy reading true books written about cats and dogs.
I enjoy taking pictures of my pets and my family.
Its with deep sadness to share with many of you, that I had to let my beloved
Golden Retriever go this past week due in part
he was gravely ill & unable to walk any longer.
"In Memory of my beloved Max 2016"
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|CryptoGram||RE: A sincere Thank-you|
Hi, Gail ~ you were the one who got me focused on a need to go to Woodlawn. Later I wondered if Tyler maybe also had a military marker on the back side of his stone...it was kinda difficult to check that day as there was a burial going on close by, but I'll check whenever I might make it back there. Yes, way too young to pass, which I personally know from having a son who died same.
You're sure welcomed, Gail...I've seen it takes my husband to find some of the more difficult markers (plus it was good that UTDD has been recently mowed and trimmed). We drove through Wellsville on our way back from Scio some weeks ago, but did not stop at any cemeteries...glad you were able to get there ~ :°)
|Brian Newark||RE: Tyler Roberts|
without a death date, it's going to be very hard. I will try to include it with the non-section listings that are there, but I have little faith that it's going to be able to be found easily.
|Brian Newark||Tyler Roberts|
I am attempting to find the memorial for Tyler in Woodlawn Cemetery in Wellsville, NY. Is there any other information I can have as to approximate area he's in? Like front/back/middle or turn right/left off main enterance....? I am trying to do my best to fill your request but I need to at least have both a birth/death date for the curator to research. Anything you can help me with would be appreciated!
|CryptoGram||RE: Thank you|
That is so unkind and reminds me of my fatherInLaw when his mother died...did not even get a pot or pan (in his words) of hers. Then when he died, his wife sold many of his tools ~ that other family wanted ~ for pennies on the dollar. Why on earth do people do that to people they supposedly love? It is sadly true that often strangers on line try more to help than our own families...and Stuart surely sounds like a lovely man!
|CryptoGram||RE: Thank you|
You're welcomed, Gail...seems her husband was next to her so I'll make sure to get him posted as well.
|Patricia Waskom||RE: Jennie LeBlanc|
I did email pictures once. You didn't receive the pic?
Thanks so much for the reply for our anniversary!
Added by Robert on Apr 05, 2015 11:13 PM
|Patricia Waskom||Jennie LeBlanc|
I have a picture you requested of her grave.
|Gary Crandall||RE: Hello|
Hi Gail, glad that you got the dishes to Robert, I'm sure he will enjoy having them! I'm going to have a distant cousin who is descended from Parley Warner visit here next week. Looking forward to that! We just got work done on a DAR application for another Warner descendant who is making a claim from a descent from Moses Warner. Exciting stuff!
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