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Janet Muff (#46951416)
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Kirk Vredevelt
RE: James S. Maxson (#78483500)
That is a challenge, we need a will for this.

Family search gives Daniel living for the 1790 census.

https://www.familysearch.org/search/record/results?count=20&query=+givenname:%22Daniel%22~%20+surname:%22Maxson%22~%20+birth_place:%22Westerly,%20Kings%20Co.,%20R.I.%22~%20+birth_year:%221739%22~%20+death_place:%22Bozrah,%20New%20London%20Co.,%20Conn.%22~%20+death_year:%221799%22~%20

Added by Kirk Vredevelt on Sep 23, 2017 9:44 AM

Anne Pratt Slatin
RE: Jeremiah Paul memorial
Hi, Janet,
You are right, it does look like 1857. The top of the numeral is flat.

I am so sorry I did not get to VT this summer to have lunch with you. My schedule was crazy and did not allow for any meaningful travel. Next year I shall make sure of a visit, and hope Alice will be with me.

Love to you,
Anne

Added by Anne Pratt Slatin on Sep 21, 2017 10:44 PM

jazzman717
RE: LLoyd P. Warren #34305698
This is the online obituary published in The Daily News, Batavia, New York.

http://www.thedailynewsonline.com/bdn03/lloyd-paul-warren-20170915

Thanks for your quick response.

Added by jazzman717 on Sep 15, 2017 7:01 PM

Sharon
Thank you for your input

Added by Sharon on Sep 15, 2017 6:56 PM

Sharon
John Curtis Mem. #99641494
Dear Janet,

I just sent you a very important email re: John Curtis, Mem. #99641494. I will be submitting links links and edits regarding him.

Thank you.

Sharon Klima
Findagrave

Added by Sharon on Sep 15, 2017 3:52 PM

Gman8845
RE: Edit requests
As for Emily Griswold, Almeda Risley, I simply completed information already posted in the find a grave Obituary posted on their memorial pages. I have no relationship to them but have been working through the entire cemetery performing searches on http://nyshistoricnewspapers.org for obituaries for the deceased within this cemetery. If I find new information that is missing I added it. If I find conflicting information I send it along to the memorial ownermaintainer. As for Catherine Kittie Belle Cole, she is my 1st cousin 2x removed, her father's obituary states the two eldest daughters were born in the Midwest. http://nyshistoricnewspapers.org/lccn/sn85054395/1939-07-11/ed-1/seq-1/ And with a misspelled last name here http://nyshistoricnewspapers.org/lccn/sn85054395/1939-07-04/ed-1/seq-1/
family trees and 1930 census show her born in Wisconson. Her death date was obtained from NYS Death index here https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/61535/47952_554224-01165?pid=5034484&backurl=https://www.ancestry.com/family-tree/person/tree/81809226/person/42447671286/gallery&usePUB=true&_phsrc=Jaf1196&usePUBJs=true

Added by Gman8845 on Sep 11, 2017 1:01 AM

Alanne Turina
RE: Children of Charles Bertram Nichols
Welcome home, Janet. You live in the L.A. area? I live in Palm Springs, after 31 years in Orange County (Connecticut prior to that).

Added by Alanne Turina on Sep 10, 2017 9:48 AM

B.J. Waters
RE: Re: Florentine E. (Buxton) Hulett
Hi Janet. I don't think I have it in the form that I can easily send you. I have many old documents from doing research at the FHL before everything was put on the internet. My dad was raised by his grandparents Alvin and Flora Electa Hulett Waters. He told me Flora was named after her mother, Florentine Electa Buxton. And Florentine Buxton's mother's name was Electa Harrington. So that is the best I can do. If you want to just leave it as "E" then that's okay. It really doesn't matter because as far I am concerned, Find A Grave isn't the place I go to record my own family history, anyway. It's up to you.

I appreciate all of the memorials you have created for many of my paternal direct ancestors and other relations in Vermont. And also for the photos, which makes the memorials far more interesting!.

Best regards,

B.J.

Added by B.J. Waters on Sep 10, 2017 9:12 AM

Alanne Turina
RE: Children of Charles Bertram Nichols
Thank you, Janet. I am very familiar with the area. I was born in Randolph and spent my early childhood in Rutland. We visited my grandparents (Charles and Mabel) many times over the years in Granville; and I went back for a nostalgia trip a few years ago, visiting the different homes they lived in and the cemetery. They actually spent their last few years in a small house in Wells, so that is familiar to me as well; and the family at one time had a cottage on Lake St. Catherine. Is your cottage there or on the Little Lake? I can understand why you enjoy what you do. I find it fascinating and now that I have started researching both sides of my family tree (although we already have a fairly extensive written history of the Rogers family) I have to pry myself away from the computer!

Added by Alanne Turina on Sep 06, 2017 5:25 PM

Laurie LaPage
James Grant photo
Thank you for the photo of James Grant gravestone in the DeKalb Cemetery...now if I could only remember why I requested it!! He must be in one of the branches of my family tree! Thank you for all your Find A Grave volunteer work!! LLaPage

Added by Laurie LaPage on Sep 05, 2017 6:53 AM

Herbert Hatch
RE: Dorothy (Eayres) Flanders
I really don't know what to say. This is my dilemma. The Burlington (VT) Free Press has her obituary in its Friday, March 11, 1966 newspaper which says she died unexpectedly Thursday morning at her home. The obituary shows she lived in Lake Helen, Florida. Anyways, that is how I arrived at the March 10th date - from the March 11th newspaper. I don't see that I have access to the sources you quoted so I can't check that out but that is okay. I hope you don't mind my responding to your email. I appreciate hearing from you and am glad Find A Grave website allows conservation like this. I wish you well and thank you very much. Herb Hatch

Added by Herbert Hatch on Sep 04, 2017 7:12 PM

Karen Winfield
RE: Araminta Marshall
Thanks, Janet. You're the BEST! I've sent your messages to my cousin. If he can find some new clues, he will get in touch with you. Really appreciate your help!

Added by Karen Winfield on Sep 03, 2017 8:52 PM

Karen Winfield
RE: Araminta Marshall
Hi Janet -- thanks for your very detailed message this morning. It is very helpful to know things like whether or not there is a burial record and when the tombstones were transcribed. I appreciate you providing so much detail. I don't know the person who created the memorial but I have another cousin who is researching Araminta and who will pursue more information to try to determine the location of her grave. Every little tidbit of information is helpful. I'm sure the information you provided today will be helpful. Thanks again for your time and effort. You are so appreciated. Kind regards ...

Added by Karen Winfield on Sep 03, 2017 9:04 AM

Karen Winfield
Araminta Marshall
Hi Janet -- Thanks for your message tonight. Can you just clarify for me if burial records exist for the cemetery? Even if there is no tombstone, a burial record might exist ...? Or shall I forget the idea of finding a burial record for that cemetery?

Added by Karen Winfield on Sep 02, 2017 8:57 PM

Karen Winfield
Araminta Marshall
Hi Janet -- I wanted to thank you for searching so hard for a tombstone for Araminta Marshall. It was good of you to do such a thorough search. At the present, I have no additional information to add, but I will keep looking. In the meantime, thanks for being so willing to sacrifice time and effort to help strangers who live far away. You are much appreciated!

Added by Karen Winfield on Sep 01, 2017 1:42 PM

Alanne Turina
RE: Children of Charles Bertram Nichols
Thank you, Janet. I have been working on ancestry.com for only the last 6 weeks and today was my first day on Find A Grave, so I have no idea how this all works. Do you have a relationship to my grandparents, Charles and Mabel Nichols or, if not, how did you become the one to create their memorials? I am just very curious about all of this. Thank you. Alanne Turina

Added by Alanne Turina on Aug 31, 2017 9:32 PM

Pat Evans
Polly Lyon French
Hi Janet,
Thank you for catching the age difference for Mary. I have located a Gershom (Greshom) Lyon in Shelburne, VT (which is where Polly was born) and his wife was Sarah. I'll pursue that lead.

Thank you again.
Pat

Added by Pat Evans on Aug 30, 2017 8:01 PM

patrick279
Mountain View Cemetery
Thank you for adding the photos of the Blackmer family grave markers.

Patrick

Added by patrick279 on Aug 29, 2017 7:08 PM

Pat Evans
Polly Lyon French
Hi Janet, Here are the sources I found to connect Polly to her parents Gershom and Mary (Bulkey) Lyon:

Joseph French Mansfield, Ancestors and Descendants of Samuel French, The Joiner of Stafford, Connecticut”, (Syracuse, New York, 1940), 266 & 289, Image 273 & 296 of 453, online at Ancestry.com;

Vermont Vital Records, 1720-1908, Image 1103 of 3984 (birth)online at Ancestry.com;

The Charles R. Hale Collection, Hale Collection of Connecticut Cemetery Inscriptions (Hartford, Connecticut: Connecticut State Library) Vol 14, # 47, 406-3, Lyon Cemetery online at Ancestry.com;

Photograph of gravestone online at online at Findagrave.com, Memorial # 11266120;

Vermont Vital Records, 1720-1908, Image 1278 of 3909 (death) online at Ancestry.com;

Vermont Vital Records, 1720-1908, Image 1093 & 1110 (marriage)of 3984 online at Ancestry.com.

Let me know if you have any questions. Thank you. Pat Evans

Added by Pat Evans on Aug 27, 2017 11:02 PM

JM
RE: Alice (Waite) Potter
Thanks for your conscientious work in genealogy sharing with us through Find-a-Grave.

Thanks for your warning on the 1888 Genealogies of the Potter book. I haven't gotten into the meaty research of testing its assertions. I just posted scans of the pages for other Potters who might not have any overview of Potter family history. Can you recommend any publically viewable on-line sources specifically on descendants of immigrant William Potter of New Haven?

With respect and appreciation,

JM

Added by JM on Aug 24, 2017 4:56 PM

JM
RE: Alice (Waite) Potter
Hi Janet,

Are you descended from the colonial Potters? If so, this comprehensive Potter genealogy now in public domain is on-line https://archive.org/details/cu31924029843731 as well as in larger genealogical libraries as you can find on WorldCat.

Thanks for your work managing Potter memorials! Another F-a-G Potter is user "Ginger" who manages graves for her Potter ancestors buried in Crown Hill in Indianapolis.

I hope you're having a good summer!

Best wishes,

the other JM

Added by JM on Aug 24, 2017 12:23 AM

sandra dorsey
# 99578214
On find a grave, RobMinteer57 even has it listed in section "K" of Scotchtown Cemetery Erin NY..Kenneth M Moore 1937- 16 sept 1943..Inscription on the there..has WITH L. Jay Houck, and yet on Joyce Tice's historical website, it has him listed as with Harvey Houck..

Just something that is odd..and curious..I guess Ill have to call Ms. Tice and ask..ok, whats the secret..

Sorry about bothering ya..Im just a distant relative on the Moore/Hunter side thats curious..

Thanks again

Added by sandra dorsey on Aug 23, 2017 11:50 AM

sandra dorsey
# 43532013
I have a question reference memorial number given in subject area listed above.

Question: Im wondering, as to why Kenneth Moore (full name is actually..kenneth myles moore), is listed on Joyce Tice's website in Scotchtown Cemetery, Chemung County NY, as being buried in same plot as Harvey Houck section "K")

Reason being, is, he is related to my mother's father, Henry Clayton Moore sr. and Ellen (ella) Mae Rion. Erin, Breesport, and Elmira NY locations of course.

Just curious..lack of funds to pay for a plot for Kenneth Moore, (as the Moore clan were extremely poor, and mainly buried in section "J" of Maple Grove.."potters field" back in their time..

Added by sandra dorsey on Aug 22, 2017 3:59 PM

Alice
Asenath Miner Whiteside
Thanks so much for the links to Asenath Miner Whiteside's parents... her stone is remarkable, isn't it? As is the father's stone, born 1728 and still standing. At risk of sounding smug, I think our photographs of both stones did them justice!! I was hoping that someone would come up with her parents ... two husbands makes the job tricky, especially considering the timeframe. Thanks again. Nice work. :-) Alice

Added by Alice on Aug 17, 2017 2:28 AM

DLOlsen
Calvin Burt husband of Mary Cushion
Vermont Vital Records of Son, Josiah W. Burt

url: https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:XFJM-KYT
see original document

1960 Census shows that Mary lived in the household
with her daughter Mary Mariah Burt Ellithorp and son-in-law, Lyman Ellithorp
url https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MX4J-GZL

I'm still looking for the marriage record that shows them married
December 21, 1821.
Where Calvin was 1860, I'm unsure. Still searching for
an exact date of birth for him and a census record.

Added by DLOlsen on Aug 14, 2017 10:25 PM

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