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|Frederick Sieber (#47076308)|
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Picture is I think gravestone of my 3ggfather Marcus Gillett in Wellwood Cemetery, Mexico, New York.|
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|Donna Markey||RE: Sadia Mulholland Kock death date.|
I assume you mean Sadia Klock. I did not have her maiden name. The obit I found was in the Salamanca paper and was vague. Your date must be correct. I'll correct my records, and I'll add her maiden name. Thanks.
|Lucy Estep||Mountain View Memorial Gardens|
Hello! I will be visiting the Little Falls area this month and would like to stop by my great-grandfather's grave - Everett J. Bass in the Mountain View Memorial Gardens. My questions:
How do I find the cemetery itself? How do I find his grave? Is someone onsite to help? Is there a map that would help?
Any help would be greatly appreciated!
Lucy Marmet Estep (Joan Bass Marmet, Everett J. Bass Jr., Everett J. Bass Sr.)
|The Reverend||George Frank Jones|
Thank you! I have deleted mine. :)
|The Reverend||RE: Geroge F Jones, Woodlawn Cemetery, Cordington|
It will be easier if you just change the burial location on yours and I will delete mine. Thx.
|Katherine White||Jett Jerome Blodgett #34717723|
Hi again :)
Let me know if you'd like to get into a lengthy discussion about Jett and his parentage; specifically who is and isn't his father :)
|KCW||RE: Eva J Smith Wait|
Thank you for your email but I am a bit confused
The link you sent in the body of your email, that you said is the correct one to her second husband Mr Doughty is actually my memorial with her name as Eva Smith Doughty.
Could you get back to me on this please
Also are you related?
Thanks so much
Added by KCW on Jun 17, 2017 2:40 AM
|Katherine White||RE: Bartholomew & Polly Barnes|
That's exactly what I was afraid of. The Alden Town Cemetery is walking distance from St. John the Baptist; that's the one that's been abandoned since 1938. You can't see it from the road, it's overgrown, not maintained and has very few standings stones with what looks like hundreds of unmarked burials. It would make a lot more sense that that's where they're buried; it was part of "Alden Center".
It isn't possible to tell which cemetery any record of death referred to when it says "Alden Center" and no records exist for the abandoned Alden Town Cemetery. The historical society folks were thrilled when I did a stone by stone transcription as I was able to add 21 memorials (including the 2 unknown).
Given their non-Catholic lineage and migration from what I presume is one of the New England States, there's no way they're in the Catholic cemetery.
One thing I picked out of your excellent bio on these folks pertains to the oldest daughter Olive. I can tell you that the property the abandoned cemetery is in the backyard of, was owned by a Blaisdell family in 1845. It wouldn't surprise me in the least if that's where Olive's first husband is buried too.
I would think it's safe to assume; given you have proof of burial in Alden Center, that your Barnes clan is in the abandoned cemetery.
Let me know if I can help more :)
|Katherine White||Bartholomew & Polly Barnes|
I noticed someone put in a photo request for Polly Barnes whose memorial who maintain. I'll take a look for it on my next trip out to Alden, but have a curiosity question for you. It's entirely possible she is there, but I wondered what your source is that Polly & Bartholomew are buried in a Catholic cemetery. Thank you, Kathi
|pjt||Edwin M. Hunt 67081155|
Hello, I noticed the Bio Section text didn't include his Civil War Regiment. He served in the 121st New York Volunteer Infantry. Source was his military pension file. Paul Turner
Added by pjt on Apr 21, 2017 5:39 PM
|Kathryn Hill||Marietta Palmer Thomas|
Thanks for your speedy follow-up, Frederick. Hopefully the memorials I've created are up-to-date now. Your fan, Kathy
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