|Lawrence Whiting||Steven Brian Johnson|
I was happy to find your memorial for my first cousin steven brian johnson #154732102. I have created memorials for his brother and sister mother father and grand parents etc. I would love to manage this memorial and add photos etc. Thank you for your work.
|Marlene Chaney||James and Nancy Mason|
Thank you for posting the gravestone photo for James and Nancy at Kingston Presbyterian Church Cemetery.
|Betty Ann Cortelyou||Harmon Cortelyou|
Updating information based on The Cortelyou Genealogy, published 1942. I have a copy.
Betty Ann Cortelyou
|sgrove777||RE: Kingston Presbyterian|
Thanks for the update! I'm eager to check out the new additions. I've already found a couple nuggets among your recent entries. Keep up the good work!
|Harry Bubeck||RE: Kingston Presbyterian Cemetery|
|sgrove777||RE: Lake Family etc.|
Yes, you fulfilled a Lake request for me last week. I don't think I'm related to the others, but thanks for asking.
I have many relatives in that cemetery, including my g.g.g.g.grandfather, so I'm very pleased to see all the good work you're doing there. I'll keep checking back to see if you've found anyone else in my family tree.
|sgrove777||RE: Krespach Family|
Thank you so much for all the wonderful Krespach / Van Note gravestone photos from Kingston! And thank you for pointing out that Arthur was listed in the wrong cemetery. His 1944 obituary said "Princeton Cemetery", but obviously that is not correct. It is fixed now.
Thanks again -- I really appreciate your contribution!
|JP Rayder||Jane Quinn|
I have tried to read this headstone, but I can't see any names at all....JP
|Jay Rutan||Henry Stothoof|
Can you please hand Henry Stothoff over to me to handle from this point on?
|Jay Rutan||Henry Stothoff|
Can you please change the date of birth to 1784 instead of 1754. If he died in 1852 in his 68th year, then it should read 1784 which makes more sense to me, for then this would be my ancestor for sure. His father-in-law and mother-in-law are just down from his gravesite. Peter G. Voorhees and Mary Boice. Henry's wife's grave marker has probably been lost to time. Her name was Sarah Voorhees.
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