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|Andre La Plume (#47177349)|
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|Leah9m||RE: Gertrude Evans|
you tried to help but was not able to find the headstone that was helpful
Added by Leah9m on Jul 06, 2017 1:05 AM
|Leah9m||RE: Gertrude Evans|
Thank you very much your help is much appreciated
Added by Leah9m on Jun 19, 2017 8:02 AM
|AAW||Denton Green = Old Town Burying Ground|
The photo you have taken of the sign on the fence around what you call "Denton Green" is the same as that on the "Old Town Burying Ground" Hempstead, a cemetery which is already created on F-G. The list of burials in "Old Town Burying Ground" was taken from a list of inscriptions recorded by Jacqueline C. Frost before the visible graves were buried to make a park. For more detail, please read about "Old Town Burying Ground" Hempstead in F-G.
Unless you have posted the wrong photo, Denton Green clearly IS Old Town Burying Ground, and so you should put your memorials for Denton Green into the already created memorial for "Old Town Burying Ground" Hempstead so as not to add to the confusion about that now defunct cemetery.
By the way, it is highly likely that the stone you claim is in "Denton Green" listing Sarah Frost, John Frost, Abb[e]y Mott, John Mott, and Martha (probably a mistake for Maria) Miller, and the Jacksons is a memorial to those once buried "Back of the Presbyterian Church" Hempstead. Perhaps their remains were first moved to Old Town Hempstead from the Church. Or perhaps their descendants wrongly thought they were buried in Old Town when in fact they were buried behind the Presbyterian Church. Please see the listing of people buried "Back of Presbyterian Church" Hempstead. The similarily of the names is too clear to be coincidental.
For more detail about both "Old Town Burying Ground" and the cemetery that used to exist behind Hempstead's Presbyterian Church please see Jacqueline C Frost, Cemetery Inscriptions from Hempstead, Long Island, NY.
Added by AAW on Mar 06, 2017 5:19 PM
|John Doherty||Stephen Paradise (51201639)|
Thank you for adding my uncle, would it be possible to transfer this record to me?
|Aurorae Little♥UE||RE: Thomas McKay 55898147|
Hope to be in Ottawa next week, and will try to get to Beechwood to find his memorial stone ;) Thanks for updating ..
|Regina Montford||RE: Thank You So Much|
I know I was late saying thank you.Appreciate your help.
|orleans||another location request|
hi andre, thanks for letting me know about thomas langone's marker. could you also please tell me where william stekman's monument is located? here is a link to his memorial page: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSsr=2601&GScid=764416&GRid=5960185&
thank you so much.
Added by orleans on Dec 02, 2012 1:06 AM
|Lynn||Mary Thickitt photo|
Thank you so much for the picture of Mary Thickitt's headstone. I really appreciate your efforts. Mary was my gr gr grandmother. I see that there was another headstone connected to hers, presumably for my gr gr grandfather but I did not see any inscription. Can you tell me if that headstone was blank?
Added by Lynn on Aug 22, 2012 6:35 PM
|Linda Mae Angleton||Sylvia Horowitz|
I just put out another request for Sylvia at Beth David and inclued all the numbers you will need to find her. Maybe you can find the request. No one has taken it yet.
Thank you, Linda Mae Angleton
|Rich H.||Edmund Torpey|
Not sure about the other two, but I found this on the web. He was sent overseas on October 26, 1943 and served as a Bombardier and gunner with the 527th Bomb Squadron, 379th Bomb Group, operating out of Kimbolton. On January 30, 1944, the crew participated in a mission to bomb an aircraft factory in Braunschweig, Germany.
On the way back to England, the bombers were attacked by German fighters who were sent up to intercept them. One source states that Unteroffizier Franz Schilling, of 7./JG26, attacked a straggling bomber which he shot down. It was his first shoot down. The plane crashed north of Bergen aan Zee.
This was Lt. Winter's B17. It crashed near the town of Schoorl, on the Dutch coast, near the Pirolavlakte. The whole crew was killed in the crash.
Added by Rich H. on Jan 28, 2012 3:37 PM
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