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|George and Terrie (#46908657)|
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We are a father and daughter team of amatuer genealogists. Originally, most of the memorials we created were for family members and personal friends. We are now adding others. Please don't hesitate to ask for transfers if we have created memorials for someone that is important to you. We are also volunteer photographers. Feel to use any photo we've posted to memorials for your family research. We don't own our family history. We simply preserve it for the next generation.|
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|JP Rayder||RE: Adinolfi|
Hi Terrie & George
It was my pleasure, just happy to have helped
|Janet Reasoner||Edward and Lola Schmidt|
Thank you very much for the picture and adding Edwards memorial. You can link them together as they were married.
|Robert Hall||RE: transfer request|
Thanks very much.
|Robert Hall||transfer request|
Would you mind transferring two family members to me ? Lena Ruhl at Brookside, Find A Grave Memorial# 156239917, married to Paul O.E. Ruhl- Find A Grave Memorial# 156239852
Robert Hall (#47175210).
|brooklynbus||Photo of Sr Mary Ernestine Garite|
Thank you for taking the photo of the headstone of my cousin, I greatly appreciate it.
|yorkies1||thanks your a good team|
Find A Grave Memorial# 182645672
John D. Sherwood (November 24, 1818-April 30, 1891) was an American author.
Sherwood, son of Thomas and Ruth (DuBois) Sherwood, was born in Fishkill, New York, on November 24, 1818. Immediately after graduating from Yale College in 1839 he began the study of law in Poughkeepsie, N. Y., in the office of Judge Ruggles. He also studied for a short time in the Harvard Law School before going abroad in August, 1841, for upwards of two years of foreign travel In 1844 he completed his legal studies in New York City, in the office of the Hon. Samuel Sherwood, and in 1845 he was admitted to the bar. For six years he was in partnership with George Y. Gilbert, in New York City ; and in 1851 he associated with himself his brother and continued in that relation with abundant success until 1865, when serious and long-continued ill-health obliged him to retire.
In December, 1861, he received a Colonel's commission as aide on the staff of Gen. James S. Wadsworth, and in that capacity served in the Army of the Potomac. His later years were spent in Englewood, N. J., and were principally devoted to literary pursuits. His best known production is a Comic History of the United States, published in 1870 under the pseudonym Harry Scratchley. (12°, pp. 549.)
He died in Englewood, from pneumonia, on April 30, 1891, in his 73rd year. He had suffered from paralysis for many years before his death.
He married, on October 29, 1863, Emmelme Zimmerman, of Toronto, who survived him with four children. A son graduated Yale in 1890.
Public Domain This article incorporates public domain material from the 1891 Yale Obituary Record.
Added by yorkies1 on Aug 27, 2017 6:38 AM
|Jennifer Marshall||Adolph Wald|
Thank you so much for taking the photo! I really appreciate it : )
thank you so much for the photo. i know that must not have been easy and it's very much appreciated.
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|Mayflower Pilgrim 332||Crownfield Sites|
Thank you so much for the beautiful photos on the above Crownfield sites in Englewood. This clears up alot of confusion on their whereabouts. I appreciate your time in visiting and photographing their gravesite. Richard
|Allen Robison||Wooten marker photos|
Thank you so much. Well done.
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