I grew up in the Ithaca area. Most of my family and several generations were from Cayuga County, New York. I do enjoy walking the cemeteries and taking photos of the headstones. When I walk a cemetery where my relatives are buried and see the other headstones, I can only wonder if they knew my ancestors. Perhaps they held their hand during a difficult time or bought them chicken soup when they were ill - I can only imagine. I know where I am going to be buried I knew people who are buried there and I know people who will be buried there. I will be among family and friends and we have shared memories and time together. Did my ancestors too? Too soon people are forgotten and what a wonderful way to memorialize them and share their lives.
RE: Relationships Thanks for your note. No, I'm not a relative-- just trying to add info where I can. If these are folks of yours, and I manage any of the memorials, please request a transfer and I'll be happy for transfer.
RE: Deleting Memorials That does explain it some..just scared me that you did not confur with the other person, I just saw it and let you know it was a dupe, I didn't ask you to delete. I think yours may have had more info and detail. When on Find A Grave and I find a dupe, i just report it, thinking the two will communicate, I never intend as automatic deletation which you led me to believe. Oh well, Hugs
Could you please transfer Henry Casler to me as he is my 4th great grandfather and some of his info is incorrect. My mother is a Casler from this line, my husband and I have repaired his stone along with the stone of my 4th gr grandmother Mary Casler and other family members in this cemetery.
Transfer of Bower W. Genoa Ceme I was wondering if I could bother you for the transfer's of the following people. Ralph T.(1st cousin), John B.(great uncle), Emma G(related by marriage) and Harlan E(1st cousin) Bower all buried in the W. Genoa cemetery.