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Name: Karen Keyser <prisamour@comcast.net>
Date: 2014-12-06
Comments:
Joyce, I have just found your site. You gave me so much info on our Levi Pierce & Hannah Stanhope line years ago when I was just starting out. THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR BEING SUCH A GREAT INSPIRATION! I had lost contact with you. BLESS YOU!
Your cousin Karen
Portland, Oregon

 

Name: Mystery Linares <mystery1959@hotmail.com>
Date: 2014-11-29
Comments:
Well, I tried to find my grandfather and no such luck, one of his sons told me he was buried in this cemetery, without a headstone. It would be nice if I knew exactly where he is buried in this cemetary so I can have a headstone placed there. All I know is that it is near a big tree on the right side as you enter, if anyone knows where he is, please let me know. His name is Walter J. Rivers born 1901 died 1946
 

Name: Judy Burl <jburl1945@maine.rr.com>
Date: 2014-11-11
Comments:
I need information about the Burl cemetery plot in Champlain. Can you send me an e-mail with a contact name.

Thank you!

 

Name: Frank P Mesick <frnkmsck@yahoo.com>
Date: 2014-10-30
Comments:
Still looking for Andrew Foucreau Mesick 1834,1905 in the Mooers Forks area.
315-569-6846

 

Name: Carol Cook Parkinson <vadevildog@gmail.con>
Date: 2014-09-09
Comments:
My father, Richard A. Cook passed away February 10, 2012. Our mother is still alive. I noticed your website has not updated his status.
 

Name: Jane Thrasher <jmthrash@comcast.net>
Date: 2014-08-25
Comments:
Hello. My mother, Jean and I did a lot of documenting and took many photos of our ancestors buried here. I noticed at lease one error in pictures assigned to names. Additionally, I have more pictures that I would like to donate. When I come up that way in 2015 I plan to visit the cemetery again and take more pictures. Who do I coordinate with on the transcription project?
 

Name: susan Dewyea larose <tonysue88@yahoo.com>
Date: 2014-08-10
Comments:
I am the granddaughter of John dewyea and viola dewyea, my father was their son, Leonard w.Dewyea. buried with them are ivan, and Cecil dewyea. My dad use to take us there during the summer, while we were spending time in mountain view at our camp. I finally found it again and went to visit. Someone gave them a new stone, I am pretty sure as a kid they were just the white stone, and it had broken. I was so happy to be able to revisit them. Thank you for all who work on this site and the grounds. Susan
 

Name: Mary Rooke Sederlin <sede@msn.com>
Date: 2014-07-19
Comments:
I believe my third great grandfather is buried here, I have seen this listed in a posting of men who served in the Civil War.. But have been unable to find him. I do see a fourth great grandfather Daniel Pettigrew, died March 1853 is buried here.. his daughter Amelia Pettigrew was married to Henry Rooke, making them my third great grandparents... I find them in an 1880 census, but they disappear, while I find their children and spouse's scattered about New England.. any help appreciated.
 

Name: janice dundas beaver <beaver2@restel.com>
Date: 2014-06-11
Comments:
This link is to the FAG I did for my Aunt Ella's sister Susan Parker. I think it will come close to explaining things without going in to much detail. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=74762032

Thanks again Joyce for all your hard work.

God Bless,

Jan Dundas Beaver

 

Name: William A. McKaney III <bmckaneyiii@yahoo.com>
Date: 2014-06-10
Comments:
Can the gravesite of Ygnacio Gabiola and his wife Mable E. Gabiola be visited on the Post Cemetery? What arrangements can be made to do so?
 

Name: Janice Dundas Beaver <beaver2@restel.com>
Date: 2014-06-08
Comments:
I'd like to bring to your attention the error of a individual in the transcription site; Scott Susan 1851 1919 (1201 PLOT) spinster . Susan was actually Susan Parker Scott and definitely not a spinster. She was married to Anson Scott and there is a very interesting story to tell on her. She was the sister of my Aunt Ella Parker Dundas. Please feel free to contact me on this matter if you would Joyce.

Cheers,

Jan Dundas Beaver

 

Name: Mytery Linares <mystery1959@hotmail.com>
Date: 2014-05-22
Comments:
I was told my grandfather Walter J Rivers was buried in this cemetery and does not have a headstone only a marker, but the marker is no where to be found. If anyone knows of any information, please email me at mystery195@hotmail.com
 

Name: Marguerite Sue Vassar <mvassar01@comcast.net>
Date: 2014-05-15
Comments:
My great great great grandmother was buried in this cemetery and I notice that her stone appears to be on a very large lot with only her stone and another stone that says "mother. Her name is Jane Vassar wife of Lawrence. I cannot find where Lawrence is buried and was wondering if he could possibly be buried there with no stone. Can you help me?
 

Name: Shannon Rizzotto <regreenny@gmail.com>
Date: 2014-05-07
Comments:
great site for finding graveyard information. I am curious, have any of these graveyards since been documented and isn't there a way we as community members can get together to locate and clean these places that have been abandoned up? It is our history afterall.

I started a group on Facebook called, The Broken Stones Project of which I am trying to locate, map, and re-document these graveyard locations and even new ones that others do not know about. You can join it if you like at the following link.... Thanks again for this great info.

https://www.facebook.com/BrokenStonesProject

 

Name: Cheryl White <cherlee223@gmail.com>
Date: 2014-04-03
Comments:
This cemetery is located on the Gale Rd in Brushton, NY. It sits beside the Brushton Fire Dept. I don't know what the name is. Could you help me? I am interested also in possibly getting a plot there. Thank you
 

Name: Nancy Gandy <nancy,gandy@att.net>
Date: 2014-03-31
Comments:
I am looking for the burial of Emerson Byington, I believe he died in 1940. I do not know when his wife, Sarah Bell Byington died but I believe are buried there because his father, Edmund and Helen Byington are buried there.
 

Name: Jill L. Garrison <garrison.jillian@gmail.com>
Date: 2014-03-28
Comments:
Thank you for sharing this information. I am the grand daughter of Lillian Malbone Brown (Donald)
 

Name: Penny Everist <penny68682002@yahoo.com>
Date: 2014-03-17
Comments:
The info on Augustine J DePaoli (DePaul) is incorrect. It just so happens I came across the obituary yesterday. Please see obit in Press Republican as follows:
Marhttp://nyshistoricnewspapers.org/lccn/sn88074101/1984-07-02/ed-1/seq-8/#date1=1983&city=Plattsburgh%2C+N.Y.&date2=1986&words=Augustine+De+DePaul+J&searchType=advanced&sequence=0&lccn=&index=0&proxdistance=5&county=Clinton&rows=20&ortext=&proxtext=DePaul&phrasetext=&andtext=Augustine+J+DePaul&dateFilterType=yearRange&page=1

 

Name: Judy Marshall <mohawk.marshall@gmail.com>
Date: 2014-03-13
Comments:
Researching my family background of Marshall, Duprey, Wolfe, Challeau, Chaloux, Chaloupe
 

Name: Michael Stephens <mres2007@gmail.com>
Date: 2014-03-12
Comments:
I am trying to verify if ancestors are buried at St. John's Cemetery. I am looking for Etienne James Robidoux and his wife Charlotte Tremblay. I see Etienne Robidoux listed here who lived 1826-1900 but I do not see Charlotte. Do you have any other info about them? I see their son Joseph and his wife Elisabeth are buried here.
 

Name: Elizabeth Gundlach <bcgundlach@comcast.com>
Date: 2014-03-06
Comments:
Found distant relatives buried here. Thank you for all your hard work listing the burials in the Franklin County cemeteries.
 

Name: Greg Pilon <gppilon1@comcast.net>
Date: 2014-02-12
Comments:
Thanks to the diligence of all involved in the extracting of the headstones, I have been able to positively trace my wife's 3 great grandfather and a lot of his family to Clinton and Franklin counties.
Good job to all and a Million Thanks
Greg & Carol Pilon
Flint Michigan

 

Name: Mary Jeanne Simmons <dmjsimmons@yahoo.com>
Date: 2014-02-09
Comments:
Clarice I. Yates wife of William H. Yates death date is June 25,2006 ! Attorney fir her never sent her remains till I found out years later she had died and finally got the funeral home to send them. Years ago arrangements were made to local funeral home and I called and I guess they only took her ashes,stone was in place,her brother my father-inlaw is buried there and my Mother inlaw. Sad to think they can't engrave her death date. The Cemetery is full of her family !!!!! Simmons,Burres etc. Moral of this story ,don't trust those who aren't family to see to it your wishes are done as you wanted ! I never met her but this was my husbands Aunt and when I found out what happened I let them know they all dropped the ball! We live thousands of miles away.Her family was part of the History of this community,she was a school teacher,grandfather's house still i New Russia,had saw mill,etc. At least put her death date on line list !
 

Name: Warren Larson <warwren@aol.com>
Date: 2014-02-04
Comments:
There are a few lines in this transcription that say:

KELLNER, Cecile M., d. 20 Dec 1970, Wife of John C. Kellner [buried with Landy McCloud, Alpha McCloud, John Kellner]

KELLNER, John C., d. 12 Jan 196?, husband of Cecile M. Kellner [buried with Landy McCloud, Alpha McCloud, Cecile Kellner]

I can provide 2 corrections.
John C Kellner died Jan 12, 1962.
Alpha McCloud is Altha McCloud born Altha Kellner.

Altha was married to my first cousin Walter Larson and John Carl Kellner is her father.
Warren Larson

 

Name: Caye christensen <Cayeross@yahoo.com>
Date: 2014-01-23
Comments:
I am researching the children of Sarah Steel and John Nicholson all children from this area and Lewis. I found Polly Nicholson m. To Dr. Alexader Morse. At the Lewis Center Cem. I found Clarrisa Nicholson and Noah Lee, Cryrus Nicholson, Persa and Sally Nicholson both m. To David Sykes. This is a great site I wish I had this when I came to Lewis, NY 1999 to research the family. Caye from Racine, WI. Our John Nicholson came to Wi Territoy in 1840 from Lewis. He went onto Blue Earth Co. MN. Died 1862 . He was vet of 1812 war along with Brother Cyrus and bro. In law Noah Lee. We honored him with a 1812 marker last June in Garden City Cem. garden City, Blue Earth Co. MN
Caye Christensen Racine WI. I appreciate all your hard work

 

Name: Bridget Key <genealogy333@gmail.com>
Date: 2013-12-28
Comments:
Thank you so much for transcribing these records! It is such a huge help for those of us who live out-of-state.
 

Name: pieere godin <dolwood218@optonline.net>
Date: 2013-12-27
Comments:
looking for godin family
 

Name: maria godin <dolwood218@optonline.net>
Date: 2013-12-27
Comments:
iam at peace
 

Name: bill isaacs <dolwood215@optonlinenet>
Date: 2013-12-16
Comments:
simon godin and josephine grandbois were married st johns church ausable forks 4-26-1868, had son seymour oct 12 1868
 

Name: bill isaacs <dolwood215@optonlinenet>
Date: 2013-12-16
Comments:
looking for pierre godin and marie grandbois godin from black brook father and mother to simon godin please help me thank you
 

Name: james w.taylor <jwtherc66@aol.com>
Date: 2013-12-08
Comments:
great site thank you
 

Name: carol a. rand carson <cacarwa39@aol.com>
Date: 2013-11-20
Comments:
My father Sheridan Bemis Rand is buried in the Moriah Union Cemetery in the same lot with my mother Mamie Carr Rand. Hope someone can add this information to the Union Cemetery records. The head stone lists both and their dates of death. Thanks. Carol Rand Carson
 

Name: Raybushnoe <Raybushnoe@yahoo.com>
Date: 2013-11-12
Comments:
Just trying to learn about my roots . It has taken me the last twenty years to find out my family now since I have just met most family members . I would like to know where I came from that's all. Thank you for reading this sincerly.
 

Name: Gary C. Lambert <garyclambert@yahoo.com>
Date: 2013-10-27
Comments:
Found the grave of my great-great grandfather's first wife, Vienna Reynolds. He was Benjamin Frank Hayward who died in Nebraska City, Nebraska and was buried with his second wife, Elizabeth Chapman. Thank you Betty for your help when I made my visit to Wilsboro. Gary Lambert, Omaha, Nebraska...
 

Name: Bill Fenerty <b.fenerty@comcast.net>
Date: 2013-10-05
Comments:
St John's Old Catholic Cemetery, Plattsburgh: I have confirmed that the transcription of the grave of Maj. J. E. Kelley contains an error. The military unit should read 96th Inf. The number 6 was incorrectly listed as an 8. It is understandable, because the lichen makes the number appear to be an 8. I have a photo that clearly shows the number is a 6. I would be happy to send, if needed. Furthermore, I have multiple records (including the gravestone order from the military) which shows the name is incorrectly spelled. His last name was actually "Kelly".
 

Name: Melissa Facteau <ctmccort@yahoo.com>
Date: 2013-10-03
Comments:
The Inscription for STRACK, Peter, died 1851, age 55 yrs is incorrect. Peter enlisted August 30, 1864 at Plattsburgh New York in the 1st NY Artillery. I have his original discharge papers from the Civil War verifying this fact. Thank you.
 

Name: bill gordon <dolwood215@optonline.net>
Date: 2013-09-29
Comments:
thank you.
 

Name: bill gordon <dolwood215@optonline.net>
Date: 2013-09-29
Comments:
thank you.
 

Name: Eileen Pizza <eilpiz@comcast.net>
Date: 2013-09-26
Comments:
I believe my Great Great Grandfather, Julius Riley, aka Julian Riel, aka John Real is buried in an unmarked grave at St. John's Roman Catholic Cemetery in Keeseville NY.
How do I find this information? Is there a list of all the plots and who is in them? He died in 1885 of TB. My Great Grandfather, Jules Votraw, aka VOTROW, is listed on the death certificate. Jules married Delia Riley/Riel, daughter of Julius Riley.

 

Name: Sheila Whitely <Kashmirkat45@yahoo.com>
Date: 2013-09-16
Comments:
I have been searching for my great great Grandmothers final resting place since 1998. Her name is Amelia Disotelle & she was the wife of Antoine Disotelle. He was born in 1832 & died in 1915. I have found his grave @ Kimpton Cemetary in Chasm Falls. She is not buried there unless she's in an unmarked grave. Alot of my maternal side of the family IS buried @ St. Helens. These include my grandmother Lena Thomas Supernault (1888-1970# her father Charlie #1863-1936# his wife Ida Disotelle #1868-1893) She died giving birth to infant Henry who is also interred there. So Amelia is Ida Disotelles mother. But WHERE is my great great Grandma? Is she there at St. Helens in an unmarked grave? I believe she was born in Canada appr. 1835 or so. as Amelia Rollin or Rowley. I know she died Nov. 7th 1906.
 

Name: Joan Schiller <joan_schiller@yahoo.com>
Date: 2013-09-14
Comments:
My mother, Sylvia Rae (Fortune# Watson is interred at the Harrietstown cemetery. Please add her name to your list as:
Sylvia Rae #Fortune# Watson
B: August 21, 1917
D: June 3, 2013
Mother: Sylvia Daisy #Moore) Fortune
Father: Louis Fortune

 

Name: Monica Light <mlightvt@yahoo.com>
Date: 2013-09-11
Comments:
Thank you so very much for your work in maintaining this incredibly complex project! Many of my ancestors hailed from Northern NY so this website has shown to be a wonderful resource for finding good genealogy information.

Cheers!
Monica Light
Plainfield, VT

 

Name: Keith Lunt <luntkeith@yahoo.com>
Date: 2013-09-02
Comments:
My last post ref. to Riverside Cemetery Plattsburgh. Trying to find location of William and Blanche Robinsons Headstone.
 

Name: Janie Best <bestmj@bell.net>
Date: 2013-09-02
Comments:
I have been searching for baby William Salter from Canada who is buried here.

the name is not in your database. Is there some other way of finding him?

 

Name: Keith Lunt <luntkeith@yahoo.com>
Date: 2013-09-02
Comments:
Been to Riverside a few times looking for Blanche d.1938 and William d.1930 Robinson. They are buried in a family plot. I found Robinson headstones but can not find theirs. Any idea ?? Thanks Keith
 

Name: Marie-Aymee Murphy Fisk <makfisk@gmail.com>
Date: 2013-08-17
Comments:
Looking for information regarding two cemeteries in Lake Placid, NY:
St. Agnes Cemetery
North Elba Cemetery

 

Name: ALAN CLARK <MANX98@YAHOO.COM>
Date: 2013-07-28
Comments:
MISTAKE: Under John CLARK, HIS WIFE IS DIANTHA NOT BINTHA.
 

Name: LINDA PENNOCK KANE <PLKANE@MYFAIRPOINT.NET>
Date: 2013-07-23
Comments:
Hello: I want to thank you for having the Haselton Cemetery on line and for all of your hard work. Many of my mother's family members are in that cemetery, plus many names of people that she always made mention of. She was Thelma Marie Washburn Pennock, died in 1983 and is buried in Sunderland, VT cemetery. My grandparents, aunts, uncles and cousins are listed and helps me to give information to my grandchildren. Again - thank you.
 

Name: LINDA PENNOCK KANE <PLKANE@MYFAIRPOINT.NET>
Date: 2013-07-23
Comments:
Hello: I want to thank you for having the Haselton Cemetery on line and for all of your hard work. Many of my mother's family members are in that cemetery, plus many names of people that she always made mention of. She was Thelma Marie Washburn Pennock, died in 1983 and is buried in Sunderland, VT cemetery. My grandparents, aunts, uncles and cousins are listed and helps me to give information to my grandchildren. Again - thank you.
 

Name: Vivian L. Romero <vivian_41@ymail.com>
Date: 2013-07-22
Comments:
Angus may you Rest In Peace my Dear friend, now I know why I could never find you !!

** I just found out the other day (JUly 17th)that a friend of mine just passed away ... but on June 25,2003, his name is ANGUS JOSEPH PETERS Jr. , we met back in 1971 in Santa Maria, California while he was in the Air Force ststion @ Vandenberg AFB. i WOULD LIKE IF POSSIBLE HAVE AN LAST KNOW ADDRESS OF HIS FAMILY , I KNOW that he was from Cornwall,Ontario,Canada. You're welcome to give the family(Angus's family ) my e-mail addess.

Sincelrly yours, Vivian L. Romero
July 22,2013

 

Name: Randy Putnam <putnam.randy@gmail.com>
Date: 2013-07-20
Comments:
Just visited here with my wife (July 20, 2013) and found the stone of my great-great uncle Daniel C (Chase Putnam) , and his wife Harriet. The stone is weathered and moss covered, but is not overturned and still quite legible. I have a reference to Daniel Chase in my great grandfather's bible, an Episcopal minister who passed in Mauch Chunk (now Jim Thorpe) PA. Daniel Chase is the youngest son of Isaac Putnam, born in 1812 in Cornish NH. He is the grandson of Daniel Putnam who settled in Cornish after having cut timber in the mid 1700's for masts for the Royal Navy.
 

Name: Nancy Eberhard-Torres <eberhard_torres@yahoo.com>
Date: 2013-07-15
Comments:
Found several members of the Walker family on your list who are buried there including an infant child of Hazel Walker. Do you have a map showing the various sections of the cemetery?
 

Name: Cynthia Huggins Tonseth <ctonseth@ymail.com>
Date: 2013-07-08
Comments:
visited the cemetery yesterday and several of our family members who are buried there are not contained in your listing. Who do we contact to have this information updated. ?Thanks for your help.
 

Name: Dana Keiss Smith <dana.smith@stonesourceinc.com>
Date: 2013-06-05
Comments:
Both my parents are buried in the cemetary but are not recorded in the survey. Whom do I contact to have them added?
Thank you,
Dana Smith
Granddaughter of paul Dawson & Gladys Sweet Earl

 

Name: richrd stickney <stickney_rr4@yahoo.com>
Date: 2013-05-27
Comments:
would like to find out how far back the Stickney name goes back and how many other Stickney family are looking for other Stickney's. my grandfather (Robert Stickney) died in Oregon but grew up in south Dakota and grandmother I was told grew up in wisonsin.
 

Name: Julie Harris <prciosa3@hotmail.com>
Date: 2013-05-03
Comments:
There are now negotiations between the Catholic Diocese and the Episcopal Diocese to GIVE St. Peter's to the Catholic Diocese, an completely different religion. The Catholic Diocese has allowed burials in the easement between St. Peter's and their cemetery, St. Mary's. Meaning, they have profitted from selling graves they didn't even own. The Catholic diocese bulldozed and paved over their own cemetery that was next to the Catholic church in Brushton. I pray my brother, other relatives and dear friends of my family will not meet the same fate.
 

Name: Julie Harris <prciosa3@hotmail.com>
Date: 2013-05-03
Comments:
A beautiful Episcopalian cemetery located in Brushton, N.Y. The land for this cemetery was given in good faith to the Episcopalian Diocese, which closed in Brushton. My brother (Baby Boy Harris) who I share my birthday with, my grandparents and great-grandparents are all interred there. The Episcopalian Diocese is now located in Ogdensburg. They abandoned the care of St. Peter's Cemetery years ago. The Harris family, being the oldest family in the country in funeral service (since 1820) and based in Brushton for many years, could not bear to see the hallowed grounds of St. Peter's fall into disrepair. My family assumed responsibility of the upkeep....
 

Name: Doreen Moran <dmoran@svahec.org>
Date: 2013-04-17
Comments:
Found many, many ancestors and some good information! LaFleur, Barlow, Fairchild, Cummings, Avery
 

Name: Doreen Moran <dmoran@svahec.org>
Date: 2013-04-17
Comments:
Found many, many ancestors and some good information!
 

Name: Gina Cappello <caps@westpa.net>
Date: 2013-04-16
Comments:
Thank YOU so very much! It is greatly appreciated for all the hard work and detail put into this project; thanks to all involved who were a part of it. I'm hoping to continue to use this site as a tool to search my roots. Perhaps one day be able to contribute as well...

Gina Cappello

 

Name: Chuck Templin <templinc@centurytel.net>
Date: 2013-04-07
Comments:
What a great job in transcribing and taking photos of this cemetery so that others who cannot visit have the opportunity to see the head stones of family members and gather information about them. If it is allowable, I would like to use some of the photos of my relatives' headstones on their findagrave.com memorial sites. I will credit the photos to Michael and Joyce Ranieri who are listed as photographers and transcribers. Thank you for all of your time and efforts. Chuck Templin
 

Name: Franklin J King <franklinking42@gmail.com>
Date: 2013-04-01
Comments:
Franklin Leslie King
Geneveive Barnes King

 

Name: Linda Smyth <lindasmyth@yahoo.com>
Date: 2013-03-10
Comments:
Hawkins, Joseph
Hawkins, Hannah
Hawkins, Martha Louisa (inscribed as Louie)

 

Name: Patricia Contois <pcont22@yahoo.com>
Date: 2013-02-03
Comments:
This website has been very helpful in locating my great grandparents and some other relatives but still looking for my great grandmother, Victoria Patnode but hope to find her some day! Thanks for providing this wonderful website!!!
 

Name: Charlene Day <cday1950@frontier.com>
Date: 2013-02-01
Comments:
Can you please tell me if you have a grid (similar to Riverside cemetary in Elizabethtown) of the St Johns Cemetary & Evergreen Cemetary? I am looking for C-1 in St Johns. Thank you! Charlene
 

Name: Charlene Day <cday1950@frontier.com>
Date: 2013-02-01
Comments:
Can you please tell me if you have a grid (similar to Riverside cemetary in Elizabethtown) of the St Johns Cemetary & Evergreen Cemetary? I am looking for C-1 in St Johns. Thank you! Charlene
 

Name: Samuel Bomyea <sambomyea@yahoo.com>
Date: 2013-01-31
Comments:
Checking dates of birth/death.
 

Name: Clair Jones <clair_jones@comcast.net>
Date: 2013-01-31
Comments:
I wonder if there might be a transcription error for the grave marker: "Williamson, Fancy D. Mar. 9, 1823 - Aug. 11, 1866. Wife of Clauney Williamson."

I think her name is Fanny, the wife of Chauncy Williamson.
Would there be any way to get a digital photograph?

 

Name: Vonda McCrae <queenv222@verizon.net>
Date: 2013-01-23
Comments:
Thank you so much for all your hard work. I was able to find most of my family, (Johnson, Hazzard, Anthony and Greene).
 

Name: Mark Salisbury <rnmark.salisbury54@gmail.com>
Date: 2012-12-27
Comments:
I do have a correction for you. Your info has Laura Thayer listed as a daughter of Edgar Thayer. Edgar is actually her brother. Edgar, Laura, and my great grandmother Lavina Thayer Salisbury are the children of Gridley Thaxter Thayer and wife Mary ?. Gridley is buried in Bodarc Cemetery, Sioux County, Nebraska(1819-1898)
 

Name: Mark Salisbury <rnmark.salisbury54@gmail.com>
Date: 2012-12-27
Comments:
I just happened to bump into this page and was ery valuable to me. Several members of my a 2nd Great grandmother buried at Schroon.
 

Name: elida smith thomas <thnomas 7670@twcny.rr.com>
Date: 2012-12-01
Comments:
the dates on stone for Alice Smith obviously wrong (2999), she died 2000. A;ppreciate your dedication to such gratis work, I just submitted family records to Ancestory.com and they will incorporate names of many people buried here, pray they don't find mistakes in MY work. thanks
 

Name: elida smith thomas <thnomas 7670@twcny.rr.com>
Date: 2012-12-01
Comments:
the dates on stone for Alic e Smith obviously wrong (2999), she died 2000.
 

Name: Bob Hart <rehartus@yahoo.com>
Date: 2012-11-29
Comments:
I found this photo on your site. http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~frgen/essex/elizabethtown/old_post/allen_jane.htm
Here is the rest of the poem that is only partially visible as the stone has sunken into the ground.
"Repose in peace my mother dear
No sorrow disturb thy rest
Although thy body is moldering here
I hope that we shall meet again
In the mansion of the blest."


 

Name: Kate <Emery>
Date: 2012-11-28
Comments:
Firstly, I am very grateful for the baptism transcriptions and I was able to find John & Adelaide Hicks and two of their children here, so very much appreciate this resource and the work of Ms. Townsend. Is it possible for you to direct me in my search for the marriage record of John Hicks and Adelaide Perrotte ? I find no marriage records among the listings here, have contacted the parish and received a less than enthusiastic response, not sure where to look next. Any recommendations on where to look would be greatly appreciated. Again, thank you so much for your excellent work.

Best,

Kate Emery

 

Name: Mystery Linares <mystery1959@hotmail.com>
Date: 2012-11-27
Comments:
These transcriptions are really great and The records are so impressive. I am looking for my grandfather who was married to Evelyn Gertrude Gonyea. He was supposed to have been buried here but I am unable to locate his name. From what I understand, there was a marker of some sort marking his grave not sure if it was was a wooden cross or a flat stone marker. His name was Walter Joseph Rivers, born 1901 died 1946. Is there any way to find out if he was buried here? Your help would be very much appreciated
 

Name: Eileen Howard <EHoward@dadeschools.net>
Date: 2012-11-21
Comments:
Saw my great-great grandparent's names in the stone transcription section but now it is gone. :(
 

Name: Penny Rivers <penny68682002@yahoo.com>
Date: 2012-11-19
Comments:
I am very impressed with the records I have seen here. the work which has gone into transcription is fabulous. My grandfather is supposed to be buried here but I am unable to locate his name. From what I understand, the only thing marking his grave was a wooden cross. His name was Walter Joseph Rivers, born 1901 died 1946. Is it possible to find if he was buried here?? Wonderful work.
 

Name: Faye Delosh Hupe <fahupe@gmail.com>
Date: 2012-11-12
Comments:
Great site!
Having moved away after high school , I''ve lost touch with a lot of folks, and this triggered many memories.

I learned here that my paternal greatgrandfather (Isador Delosh) was Catholic which was a real shocker!

 

Name: janice beaver <beaver2@restel.com>
Date: 2012-11-11
Comments:
Greetings,

Wonder if you could please make a correction for me? In Section ??? #158 George Bishop; it should read 1837-1932. If need be I can send you his obit. What is there now makes him 145 years old. Thanks ever so much.

Cheers,

Jan Dundas Beaver

 

Name: janice beaver <beaver2@restel.com>
Date: 2012-11-11
Comments:
Greetings,

Wonder if you could please make a correction for me? In Section ??? #158 George Bishop; it should read 1837-1932. If need be I can send you his obit. What is there now makes him 145 years old. Thanks ever so much.

Cheers,

Jan Dundas Beaver

 

Name: Pat O'Brien Westfall <aranch@mcn.org>
Date: 2012-09-29
Comments:
Just a note (no need to reply) to say thankyou for your work on the transcription project. I just found my grandfather in the Tupper Lake St. Alphonsus cemetery, in which church he married my grandmother. I also have found part of her Palmer-McCarthy family now. Very exciting. My sister Kathy Long visits the area next month and now can go directly to the correct gravesites. Again, a big excited thankyou.
 

Name: jan beaver <beaver2@restel.com>
Date: 2012-09-29
Comments:
Joyce..........

I know you are a volunteer and I hate to ask but could you please check the records on Robert Dundas? It has been mentioned to me that his stone looks as if his death year is 1812 and frankly that just can't be. In the transcription is clearly states 1842 and that has to be the right date. Robert was my Grand Uncle and his Dad was my Grandfather Edward and his Mom my Grandmother Fanny Dundas. Roberts parents are buried in Evergreen but Robert is buried in the Old cemetery. If what some folks are saying that the date looks like 1812 it just can't be. Roberts Dad was born in 1806 in Ireland so when Robert was born that would mean his Dad was 6 years old. We both know that never happened. Anyway, if you could look at the records and recheck I would be forever greatful!

Thanks,

Jan Dundas Beaver

 

Name: Kathryn Davis Milliken <kmillike@stny.rr.com>
Date: 2012-09-26
Comments:
Susan E. (Elma) Thomas Davis was born 1898 and died 1998 and is buried with her mother, brother, and husband.

 

Name: ROBERT MICHAEL ODONNELL <mikerod1957@yahoo.com>
Date: 2012-09-25
Comments:
my father robert burres odonnell was buried in essex county veterans cemetary in 2009 but i cant find him on the list of the people buried there
 

Name: JAN BEAVER <beaver2@restel.com>
Date: 2012-09-25
Comments:
Good Morning Joyce,

Wondered if you like a new listing for the above mentioned cemetery? My Great Grandparents are buried there and I did a memorial for them on Find A Grave and also have a photo of their cemetery stone which I purchased. Let me know if you would ok?

Keep up the fine work you're doing........I appreciate you!

Cheers,

Jan

 

Name: Kathy <Klefors@hotmail.com>
Date: 2012-09-23
Comments:
I am looking for a pictures of a house that would have been built at the cementary around 1795. I have a federal mirror from the house that was built at that cementary and would like information on the reversed painted gift that was given to the home owner as a present when the house was finished. I could send a picture if that would help

Thank for our help

Kathy
208-59-0106

 

Name: Lynn Lavier <llavier1@twcny.rr.com>
Date: 2012-09-22
Comments:
Lavier, Elizabeth - Died 19 Oct 2010
 

Name: Carol Arksey Edwards <Ldyerth@aol.com>
Date: 2012-09-21
Comments:
Thanks so much for listing the gravesites in this cemetary

 

Name: jan beaver <beaver2@restel.com>
Date: 2012-09-20
Comments:
Joyce,
Would you by chance know who has the records for this cemetery? My Uncle Robert Dundas is buried there and I'd like to know if there is some kind of a map pin pointing where he is buried. I have it on very good authority that this cemetery is in very bad shape. Apparently a lot of the stones are missing, broken and scattered and the fence is falling down. I also wonder if you might know who is responsible for the cemeterys up keep? Any help you can give me would really be appreciated.

Thans,

Jan Dundas Beaver

 

Name: Joyce <invalid@junk.com>
Date: 2012-09-15
Comments:
There is no need to be rude. This cemetery web site is basically a one-person show. I do it because of my love of genealogy and the need to record data before acid rain and vandalism erase the stones. For the older stones, before 1880 when vital statistics began, this is the only record many of us have of our ancestors. I have a family -- a husband of 28 years and two adult sons, both of whom live at home. Last year, my brother-in-law was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. He moved in with us and I was his main caregiver until his death. Since then, my husband and I have found ourselves overwhelmed with tending to his estate. All of that was made more complex by the fact that his ex-wife was contesting the will. He was only 47 years old, and left two small children. He was an integral part of our family and we feel his loss daily.

After my brother-in-law died, my health deteriorated quickly. I believe that I had to remain strong for so long that once I allowed myself to let down, I was hit full force. I had gall bladder surgery, acute bronchitis, and C-diff all in rapid succession. Medications don't always agree with me and caused further complications. Once I started to feel myself again, my allergies flared up, bringing with it severe ear infections and dizziness.

This spring, we started to remodel our home, and ended up having to tear down the entire back section due to problems. I have not had a kitchen since April 1st, which is definitely a hardship. Since we are doing much of the work ourselves, it takes a great deal of our time.

I am a full-time teacher, so the cemetery web site is entirely a hobby. I work on it as much as possible, and sometimes I'm afraid that just isn't enough. If you look at the notes at the top of the cemetery page (which you did not identify), you will find the date it was transcribed. At this point in time, I am not nearly as concerned about documenting "current" burials as I am with older burials. In this day and age, we leave many records which will aid our descendants in tracing their family history.

If you would like me to add your father's data I would be more than happy to do so. Please identify the cemetery and send a photograph of the stone to the e-mail address listed on my contact page. I will not put it in this message as it would become easily available to spammers.

Joyce Ranieri

 

Name: ROBERT MICHAEL ODONNELL <mikerod1957@yahoo.com>
Date: 2012-09-14
Comments:
MY FATHER ROBERT BURRES ODONNELL WAS BURIED IN THIS CEMETARY IN 2009 WHY ISNT HE LISTED AS BEING BURIED HERE DOES ANYONE CHECK THIS GUESTBOOK IVE ASKED THIS QUESTION BEFORE
 

Name: Elaine B. Van Velsor <elainevv@myfairpoint.net>
Date: 2012-09-10
Comments:
My maternal grandfather and great grandmother were both born in Ellenburg Depot. I am hoping to bring my mother to make a visit to Sheldon Hill Cemetary shortly to document the stones.
 

Name: Elaine B. Van Velsor <elainevv@myfairpoint.net>
Date: 2012-09-10
Comments:
My maternal grandfather and great grandmother were both born in Ellenburg Depot. I am hoping to bring my mother to make a visit to Sheldon Hill Cemetary shortly to document the stones.
 

Name: Virginia Wallace <george-ginny2@juno.com>
Date: 2012-09-02
Comments:
visited the cemetery 8-28-2012
Photographed my GGgrandparents headstone, Benjamin and Betsey Magoon. The cemetery was mowed and work is being done,our ancesters deserve to be known. Thanks for the good work.

 

Name: William Towne <wildbl40@yahoo.com>
Date: 2012-09-01
Comments:
I can give you additions to grave sites to add to your list.
How would I do this? It is the rest of the Towne family in our site.

 

Name: jan beaver <beaver2@restel.com>
Date: 2012-08-21
Comments:
Good Morning Joyce,

Wonder how I get a family members name added to the Calvary Cemetery transcription site? Last Year I had a stone done for my GGrandparents John Adna and Elizabeth(Cross) Ladieu. They are buried in Lot#50 there at the cemetery. I can send you all the info and perhaps add the photo of the stone if you'd like. Let me know about this if you would. Thanks.

Cheers,

Jan Dundas Beaver

 

Name: Pamela Lance Swift <rockybrookfarm@myfairpoint.net>
Date: 2012-08-06
Comments:
I just found my great, great grandparents Wright and Adeline Lance listed in St. John's Old Roman Catholic cemetery. Then I went on to read about the bulldozing of all the tombstones in 1983 and I was in shock. I am speechless but very thankful for the list that was made in the 1940's.
 

Name: Randy Putnam <putnam.randy@gmail.com>
Date: 2012-08-04
Comments:
Just came back from paddling in/around the area and passed Santa Clara on the way up to Paul Smiths. Something rang a bell in my head about the area, and just home, I checked our family bible, showing Daniel Chase Putnam, youngest son of Isaac Putnam, who is my great,great,great,great grandfather. My great grandfather, Albert Bronson Putnam, was as Episcopal minister and his bible is in my possession. In it, under "Births" there is a notation: "From the Record in the Old Bible in possession of Dan'l Chase Putnam, Brush's Mills, Franklin Co, NY"

Daniel's Grandfather was Daniel Putnam who fought in the French and Indian war (and was wounded according to family lore) as well as the Revolution, as a Captain in the NH Militia. His youngest grandson, Daniel Chase was born in Cornish, NH (where the Daniel Putnam house still is extant)October 3, 1812 and died Santa Clara April 1897.

What a wonderful way to discover something about one of my indirect ancestors!

Randall F. Putnam













 

Name: Thomas Burrell <tyckburr@comcast.net>
Date: 2012-08-02
Comments:
Would anyone know when this site is going to be updated again. It appears the last time was 10-10-2001. I had a brother and Mother pass away in 2002 and it does not show them barried next to my Father.
 

Name: Patricia WHITMAN Paugh <serenity_100@netzero.net>
Date: 2012-07-29
Comments:
My Mother Helen Whitman passed away June of 2009
 

Name: Noreen Hall <nhall49@tampabay.rr.com>
Date: 2012-07-23
Comments:
I have a map my Aunt Evelyn Winters drew of the settlement that use to be around the "Big Hallow cemetery, or Beers Cemetery". According to her information their was a large cloud burst in 1904 that did much damage. I am
not sure if that was what ended the settlement.
According to my aunt two Stanton brothers started the settlement and they called it Coote Hill. If you would like a copy of the map she drew please let me know. If you have any further information, I would appreciate it.
Sincerely,
Noreen Hall
PS my family Winters, Van Ornum, Stanton, Hardy,Fish and ect.

 

Name: Cheryl Burns <tangledrootsnbranches@yahoo.com>
Date: 2012-07-18
Comments:
This site has been a tremendous help with my geneology journey! I live in Florida, so I can not visit the cemeteries personally.

I would like to take this opportunity to thank each of the individuals who took the time to compile all the information. Your efforts have been greatly appreciated and have not gone unnoticed!

May you all be blessed.

 

Name: Marianne Lippold <reed7nelson@gmail.com>
Date: 2012-07-17
Comments:
You have done such a wonderful job inventoring your county cemeteries! Sadly, I was unable to mind my family. I descend from Moses Eggleston and his wife Olive nee Hitchcock. Moses appears in a Franklin Co. History boo and he also served many years in the Militia from Franklin Co. and appears in those records. They moved to Iowa and I have finally found them. I descend thru their dau., Hannah, who mar. #3 John C.B. Nelson. Supposedly Moses parents, Joseph and Catherina (Groot) Eggleston died in Franklin Co., but, alas, you don't list them. God's blessings on your work. Marianne
 

Name: Marianne Lippold <reed7nelson@gmail.com>
Date: 2012-07-17
Comments:
You have done such a wonderful job inventoring your county cemeteries! Sadly, I was unable to mind my family. I descend from Moses Eggleston and his wife Olive nee Hitchcock. Moses appears in a Franklin Co. History boo and he also served many years in the Militia from Franklin Co. and appears in those records. They moved to Iowa and I have finally found them. I descend thru their dau., Hannah, who mar. #3 John C.B. Nelson. Supposedly Moses parents, Joseph and Catherina (Groot) Eggleston died in Franklin Co., but, alas, you don't list them. God's blessings on your work. Marianne
 

Name: charles havington <ch130@twcny.rr.com>
Date: 2012-07-16
Comments:
My mother was Marion catherine ROgers. She taught school in Duane Ny.
 

Name: Gloria Garnsey <jeffnglo@roadrunner.com>
Date: 2012-07-06
Comments:
I stopped by on the 30th of June, 2012. I left flowers for my beautiful parents, Albert and Bella Proulx.
 

Name: Kathryn Conn Razinha <kcraze18@comcast.net>
Date: 2012-06-26
Comments:
I have a letter dated, March 18th 1968 confirming a cemetery lot #672 in the name of Schrack (marker), mentioning a smaller marker with the name Susan A Schrack - mother, died 3/22/1915. I would be happy to fax or forward a copy of this letter. I would like to visit the cemetery, but can't seem to find anything to confirm where to go. any information would be most helpful. The letter indicates the following information:
Moriah Union Cemetery, Inc.
Port Henry, N.Y.
Please get in touch with a location confirmation, so I can visit my relative.
Your attention to this matter and time is greatly appreciated. I look forward to hearing from you.

Kathryn Razinha

 

Name: Kathryn Conn Razinha <kcraze18@comcast.net>
Date: 2012-06-26
Comments:
I have a letter dated, March 18th 1968 confirming a cemetery lot #672 in the name of Schrack (marker), mentioning a smaller marker with the name Susan A Schrack - mother, died 3/22/1915. I would be happy to fax or forward a copy of this letter. I would like to visit the cemetery, but can't seem to find anything to confirm where to go. any information would be most helpful. The letter indicates the following information:
Moriah Union Cemetery, Inc.
Port Henry, N.Y.
Please get in touch with a location confirmation, so I can visit my relative.
Your attention to this matter and time is greatly appreciated. I look forward to hearing from you.

Kathryn Razinha

 

Name: Jennifer Keen <Jkeen@wacoisd.org>
Date: 2012-06-26
Comments:
Thank you, thank you, thank you! I just found my great-great grandparents Patrick and Honora Davey on your site. I really appreciate all of the time and effort you have gone through!
 

Name: Julie Lattrell <mcjbird@charter.net>
Date: 2012-06-25
Comments:
just checking out the cemetery records for Immaculate Conception Church. Glad to see them posted!
 

Name: fred mack ellenburg jr <fredfredellenburg@eaton.com>
Date: 2012-06-15
Comments:
looking for some of family am the great great granson of anthony e ellenburg born june 5 1861 died may 4 1942
 

Name: RABBI RITA LEONARD <RLStevenson.rl_spirit@yahoo.com>
Date: 2012-06-08
Comments:
Heartfelt thanks for creating a great website! I found the catalog of names in Pine Ridge Cemetery for the Hebrew Section which helped me on my journey to find out more about two mysterious souls buried there. Each year on Yom HaShoah and Yom Kippur I make request at these graves for spiritual guardianship of the place; thank you for listing their names. I love everything about your site!!!
Shalom Aleichem, RL
Rabbi of Historic Beth Joseph Synagogue
President of the Stevenson Society of America

 

Name: Jeanne ODell <jeanneodell12@hotmail.com>
Date: 2012-06-05
Comments:
(Stevens Cemetery )In April 2012 My sister and I bought my mothers remains Inez Mallette (O'Dell) to be Buried by her mother Goldie Robdeau (Mallette) and father Frank E Mallette and Brother Paul O Mallette and other family members. When we went there we realized That our Grandmother did not have a headstone. My sister ordered both my Mothers and Grandmothers Headstones and they should be getting put in place soon.
 

Name: Marg Asselstine <margonthemoira@bell.net>
Date: 2012-06-03
Comments:
What a wonderful project!!!! was looking for the Mitchell family at Westville and found 4 of them with no problem.
Bless all the hard-working people who make such sites possible. If only others would realize the effort that goes into such a great web site. Thank You!!!!!

 

Name: Star Balintfy <dolphin13212@yahoo.com>
Date: 2012-06-01
Comments:
It was very helpful for me to find my great grandpaernts in the online transcript
 

Name: Leila <leila@clarkson.edu>
Date: 2012-05-23
Comments:
I wanted to know how I can find out if space beside where my Dad is buried is available to purchase so I can be buried beside him?
 

Name: Rc Sperry <rc11@mail.com>
Date: 2012-05-20
Comments:
Rita m. Walker must have known Edith Montross Barber.
Found an old photo, says aunt edith with a April 27 1972 fort covington paper.
Would like to know more ??

 

Name: Katie Trombley <pastagirl1994@yahoo.com>
Date: 2012-05-08
Comments:
I enjoy how we have a list of local ancestors. I wish there was a way to find out more history once we locate them!
 

Name: thelma durant carr <kathytcarr@yahoo.com>
Date: 2012-05-05
Comments:
Thank you for all the great work you have done with this project . This has been extremely helpful with my family quest in finding my ancestors. kathy durant carr
 

Name: thelma durant carr <kathytcarr@yahoo.com>
Date: 2012-05-05
Comments:
Thank you for all the great work you have done with this project . This has been extremely helpful with my family quest in finding my ancestors. kathy durant carr
 

Name: William Towne <wildbil40@yahoo.com>
Date: 2012-04-29
Comments:
I am a board member of the morningside cemetary in Malone, NY. and am interested in updating information to this site.
How & who do I contact for this?

 

Name: William Zuck <bzuck@live.com>
Date: 2012-04-19
Comments:
I have 2 pictures of headstones in a cemetery in plattsburg one is my grandfather but I don't know which one and they are not listed at any of the ones you have. If I send you the pictures do you think maybe you could help me?
 

Name: Patti McLean <apexgolfdocpatti@yahoo.com>
Date: 2012-04-10
Comments:
I am looking for records of my ancestor's dates (both B & D) in Essex & Clinton Counties in New York State
 

Name: carolyn bennett faddis <CFADDIS@TAMPABAY.RR.COM>
Date: 2012-04-03
Comments:
lady elizabeth mac/mcmillan /capt neil morrison arrived in river view near canadian border ,i presume 1820,s since they had 1 daughter catherine or roemary, who at the age of 14 married the gardener oliver caron, they immigrated to goose village montreal, she had 18 children of which 14 survived, she lived to be 101 yrs old.
i have no idea who to connect with re grave stone, or any historical photos. can you assist,
thank you/

 

Name: Linda <missucr@verizon.net>
Date: 2012-03-30
Comments:
Thank you!
 

Name: Sheila Harris <elashe1@gmail.com>
Date: 2012-03-27
Comments:
Hello. My grandparents, Sheldon and Ruth Brockway, and distant cousins, Francis and Gladys McCaffrey, are buried in St. Bridget's Cemetery in Trout River.
 

Name: Douglas White <dwhite08@cox.net>
Date: 2012-03-25
Comments:
Seeking information concerning Zenas and Dorcas Witherell. They were residents of Brandon in first half of the 1800s. Daughter ,Isabell Louisa, buried in Stevens Cemetary. It is unclear if Zenas and Dorcas were laid to rest there. Thank you, Doug White (connected to Plattsburg through Gertrude Frazier).
 

Name: George LaFlamme <george12986@hotmail.com>
Date: 2012-03-14
Comments:
I miss ya old buddy,wish you were still here
 

Name: Gail St Pierre <gastp56@yahoo.com>
Date: 2012-03-01
Comments:
I was checking the names for my grandparents and mother and I have notices the names and information are incorrect. My mother's name has her mother-in-laws information who is not even listed. my other grandmother is not even listed and she has been gone since 1973.Who do we contact to correct this?
 

Name: T.L. Everlith KIng <rtk512@aol.com>
Date: 2012-02-26
Comments:
Thank you for all your hard work. It was helpful to me. I found my Great Grandfather, Charles R. Everleth.

Thank you,again. It was greatly apperciated.
TLE King

 

Name: Deborah Cervino <debbicervino@comcast.net>
Date: 2012-02-24
Comments:
What a wonderful job and a great help for my family. I'm decended from The Boynton family in Jay. We have a bigger family than I realized.
 

Name: martha buzanowski <marwaxer314@aol.com>
Date: 2012-02-23
Comments:
Is the Hillside Rest cemetery accepting more headstones to be placed there? Whom do I speak to? If there is telephone number, please let me know via e-mail. I wouls like to purchase one and have it placed near the Browns or Rockwoods.
 

Name: Michelle J. McMahon (McKillips) <mmckubota@aol.co,>
Date: 2012-02-22
Comments:
Thank you for this wonderful information
 

Name: Michelle J. McMahon (McKillips) <mmckubota@aol.co,>
Date: 2012-02-22
Comments:
Thank you for this wonderful information
 

Name: Frank Mesick <frnkmsck@yahoo.com>
Date: 2012-02-15
Comments:
Still looking for my grandfathers Grave
 

Name: Tom Capstraw <capstraw12205@yahoo.com>
Date: 2012-02-09
Comments:
Akin Capstraw birth 1817 Florence Fleuri Capstraw birth 1827 {request information on date and place of burial} Thank You.
 

Name: Tom Capstraw <capstraw12205@yahoo.com>
Date: 2012-02-09
Comments:
great source of information. AKIN CAPSTRAW, (birth 1817) FLORENCE FLURI CAPSTRAW, (birth 1827). request information on place and date of burial. Thank You.
 

Name: Tom Capstraw <capstraw12205@yahoo.com>
Date: 2012-02-09
Comments:
great source of information.
 

Name: martha buzanowski <marwaxer314@aol.com>
Date: 2012-01-29
Comments:
My maiden name was Martha Jane Rockwood. I'm related to all the Rockwoods I viewed on your list. I was looking for the marker for my Aunt Neva. She was to be cremated and a headstone was to be laid in your cemetary . Her parents are buried there. Her full name was Neva Martha Rockwood. She was married twice. The first husband was Cecil Brown and the second was Fred Eldridge. She donated her body to science in Burlington , Vt and died @ 91 yrs. old. Does she have a headstone in your cemetary?
 

Name: Tom McGinity <tommcginity@yahoo.com>
Date: 2012-01-23
Comments:
Searching for McGinity and Fitzpatrick ancestors
 

Name: Nancy Fayette LaMar <nancy12901@yahoo.com>
Date: 2012-01-19
Comments:
Joyce - a note on a few cemeteries...
1. Larkin Graveyard- Polly..(Emery) wife of Russell Emery, died @68 May 14, 1837. These are my 3rd gr gandparents. Polly's maiden name is also Emery and she is the daughter of Enoch Emery and Rachel Terrell. Russell is the son of Richardson(sometimes seen as Richard) and Jane Swan who lived in West Peru, NY. I still can't find those graves even though I was Peru Town Historian for a while. Anyway, back to the lineage...Both Enoch and Richardson were sons of Humphrey Emery and his wife Sarah Heatof Haverhill, MA.

2 Sophronia, 2nd wife of Elam Larkin was the daughter of Russell and Polly (Emery) Emery. Some records indicate she was first married to ? Soper.

Now to Frontier Cemetery-
Marcus Bitgood/Bidgood's wife Almira was also daughter of Russell and Polly (Emery)Emery and sister to Sophronia.

to Union Cemetery, West Plattsburgh
Enoch Emery and Alzina V. Canfield
Enoch was son of Russell and Polly (Emery). They are my 2nd great granparents.

Supposedly- Cadyville Protestant Cemetery- but haven't found them- Enoch and Alzina's son, William Emery and his wife, Jennette Cline. My great grandparents

Cadyville Catholic Cemetery
Nina M Emery Tamer (d Feb 1938) and her husband Isaac Tamer are my mother's parents. She is the daughter of William and Jennette. My mother was Beatrice K Tamer m Elmer H. Fayette.

 

Name: TRUDY GAFF <pinecone10@gmail.com>
Date: 2012-01-14
Comments:
how often is this project updated? have been looking for family in both cemeteries but cannot locate them


 

Name: TRUDY GAFF <pinecone10@gmail.com>
Date: 2012-01-14
Comments:
how often is this project updated? have been looking for family in both cemeteries but cannot locate them


 

Name: Jack Boyle <buziexec@yahoo.com>
Date: 2012-01-13
Comments:
Please change listing for wife of William f. Boyle to Mae A. Boyle Now listed as Mal Boyle
 

Name: Jack Boyle <buziexec@yahoo.com>
Date: 2012-01-13
Comments:
Please note that the listing for my mother, wife of
William F. Boyle, which now reads Mal Boyle should read: Mae A. Boyle

Thank you!

 

Name: Randy <maloneads@yahoo.com>
Date: 2011-12-24
Comments:
Nice website.

http://www.maloneads.com

 

Name: Gale R. Howell <ghowell1@rochester.rr.com>
Date: 2011-12-18
Comments:
Many of my descendants as recent as my grandmother & grandfather and their sisters and husband and great grandfather are buried in Ingraham Cemetery. Names like Noel Brunelle, Paul Fessette, & his wife Dorothy and her sister, (my grandmother) Bertha B. Fezette and her husband are also buried there. there are many other relatives of theirs there. Hope that one can update the listings of who is buried there and the dates of birth/death. Thank you
 

Name: sue maroney <tmaroney1@twcny.rr.com>
Date: 2011-12-16
Comments:
have been trying to find out, for the longest time, anything on my grandfather alex white from the lake ozonia region in the early 1900's and also searching for photos of him and my civil war great great grandfather, francis wolfe-co. H 98th infantry? any help would be greatly appreciated.
 

Name: MIKE ODONNELL <mikerod1957@yahoo.com>
Date: 2011-12-14
Comments:
MY FATHER ROBERT BURRES ODONNELL IS BURIED IN THIS CEMETARY AND I CANT FIND HIS NAME AMONG THOSE LISTED ! WHY IS THAT ?
 

Name: Donna McEnteer <donnam@roxburyeyecenter.com>
Date: 2011-12-04
Comments:
Thank you for your information on the Harrica plots in the
St. Patrick's Cemetery.

 

Name: John Martin <CHATRONDACK@VERIZON.NET>
Date: 2011-12-01
Comments:
If any one is interested in visiting the Atwater Cemetery, we would be glad to welcome them.

John and Linda

 

Name: Bridget Benware <strwbryquikgrl@yahoo.com>
Date: 2011-11-21
Comments:
It is so nice that you took the time to map out the Saint Joseph's Cemetary on the Childs road. Both my grandparents are buried there. Their names are Edmund Lamica and Doris Lamica. I do not see them listed on your site. How often do you update the listings? Thank You!! :-)
 

Name: Bridget Benware <strwbryquikgrl@yahoo.com>
Date: 2011-11-21
Comments:
It is so nice that you took the time to map out the Saint Joseph's Cemetary on the Childs road. Both my grandparents are buried there. Their names are Edmund Lamica and Doris Lamica. I do not see them listed on your site. How often do you update the listings? Thank You!! :-)
 

Name: Charles Arthur Barlow <cbarlow@pwcgov.org>
Date: 2011-11-11
Comments:
I just happened across the web site of the Hillside Rest Cemetery in Bombay NY. Listed you have my grand father Arthur G. (C) 1891- 1967.
It should be Arthur C (charles) and not G. as listed

 

Name: Terri McRoberts <mcroberts58@aol.com>
Date: 2011-11-09
Comments:
Looking for site location at Riverside Cemetary in Plattsburgh,NY(Clinton County)for my ancestors Alan I. Watson
1833-19?? and his wife Lucy(Parsons)Watson 1887-19??.Can anyone help

 

Name: Helen P (Gould) Hawkins <beth@cmrasells.com>
Date: 2011-10-26
Comments:
It was wonderful to see my mother's headstone along with all of my Haselton and Hardy relatives. I am a long way from New York, and at 85 won't be back to the homestead. Thank you for the memory.
 

Name: Judy Hakins <glasmama@yahoo.com>
Date: 2011-10-23
Comments:
Headstone for William Hakins: "Our Loved One Is At Rest, WILLIAM HAKINS, DIED Nov. 1, 1885, AE. 67Y's.14Ds., the pains of death are past, ... sorrows cease"
 

Name: Leigh Franklin <leigh_franklin@att.net>
Date: 2011-10-17
Comments:
Hi, I think you have a great page! I need some help locating a cemetery. My Uncle tells me that in Au Sable Forks there is a cemetery called Holy Trinity. I'm trying to find it to see if it's ever been transcribed. I have family buried there and trying to find the cemetery, so far I have not been able to. Can you help? The surname is Franklin and I know the father is George and I think his wife was Ann Kelly (both came from Ireland, templederry, tipperrary).
Thank you for any help you can provide

 

Name: lisa <lisa.menino@gmail.com>
Date: 2011-10-13
Comments:
Minnie Gonyea Peach was my great grandfather Moses Gonyea's sister. I would love to have some pictures of the family of Minie. Thanks, Lisa
 

Name: Jay <quantumdesign@gmail.com>
Date: 2011-10-10
Comments:
gps is 43.963755,-73.413397
 

Name: Tadhg Kennedy <tpkennedy2000@hotmail.com>
Date: 2011-10-06
Comments:
I notice that a lot of the Irish born residents in St. Rose of Lima cemetery, came from Co. Tipperary. Also Fr. Richard O'Donnell is from the same county. My grandmother, Nora ( Hanora ) Loughman came from the Cappawhite / Hollybrook region of Co. Tipperary. She got married to Timothy Kennedy in St. Rose's Church on 22 January 1911. The marriage rites were solemized by Richard O'Donnell, a priest residing at Alderbrook.
A son,John Patrick Kennedy ( my father ), was born to them on 20 June 1912. Would St. Rose's church have his baptismal certificate. How do I contact them ?
Her husband had to return to Ireland to settle a land dispute. World War 1 broke out and he could not return to the US. In the meantime, his wife Nora, died.Timothy ( Thady ) Kennedy never returned to the US. His son ,John, was sent to Ireland by boat ( probably Liverpool first ). His mother Nora Kennedy ( nee Loughman )does not appear to have been buried in St. Rose's cemetery. Before she died, she may have gone to her twin brother, Michael, who was a policeman somewhere in New York. Would you have any ideas how I could go about trying to trace her.
Finally, your cemetery records and photos are extremely interesting and very well recorded.
With my thanks,
Tadhg Kennedy

 

Name: Betty A. Wilson Wynne <dotcalm1210@me.com>
Date: 2011-09-23
Comments:
I found Lydia Daley b. 1783, dec 2-10-1852 age 68 buried Hutchins Cemetery Ellenburg Center NY. Wife of Pardon Daley.
What was maiden name of Lydia Daley? Her parents?
Parents of Pardon Daley ? born1785 New York Lived in town of Mooers, fought for U.S. in War of 1812
Pardue Daley and Lydia _____Daley's children were: Martha b 1818 NY, James b.8-22-1823 Clinton Co NY.
Parriso Curtis Daily, SARAH DALEY, B 9-10-1825 CLINTON CO, NY, DIED 2-21-1901 CERES, CA MARRIED WM. WILBUR MOORE...
according to my grandmother Amelia Ann Moore Wilson her mother was Sarah Daley daughter of Lydia Daley (Mrs. Pardon Daley)

 

Name: Susan M. (Herwerth)LaVarnway <OsuzieQ3692@aol.com>
Date: 2011-09-22
Comments:
Looking for gravesite for ancestors : William,Mary,Clara Herwerth..

 

Name: Jean Barrette <famille.barrette@free.fr>
Date: 2011-09-22
Comments:
Hello,
I find very interesting the St. Patrick's Burial Records
Chateaugay, Franklin County. I would like to read the original version in latin. Do you know how I could a look at it ?

Thanks

 

Name: Jeffrey Marlowe <jeffmarlowe@me.com>
Date: 2011-09-20
Comments:
How do I add to the transcription for someone who has been buried?
 

Name: colleen Haley <chloehelay@yahoo.com>
Date: 2011-09-13
Comments:
does anyone know where Patrick Teefey is buried> He died in1892 and lived in moriah. His wife was Catherine. Also im looking for any Haleys buried in essex county. Thank you
 

Name: Tori Lee Arey <tori.lindy@gmail.com>
Date: 2011-08-28
Comments:
my great great great grandfather & grandmothers name was
Leonard and Aurelie Lavigne
any info someone would like share with me would be great. I know nothing about my family history on the Lavigne side
My fathers name John Lavigne
his da Roudolph his Frank and then Leonard

 

Name: FLORENCE BERNARDY <nature_girl_88@yahoo.com>
Date: 2011-08-25
Comments:
Look for information on Alexander (Alec) and Salina Lashaway-Found some information it said he was married to Saline Larnaby (When I saw the tombstone about 12 years ago it said Saline Lashaway) One of there daugthers was name Salina , too.
 

Name: Frank Mesick <frnkmsck@yahoo.com>
Date: 2011-08-15
Comments:
I wish cemetires would update
 

Name: Daniel Ryan <dryan99609@comcast.net>
Date: 2011-08-14
Comments:
Thanks
 

Name: Barbara H. Gadway <brbrgadway0@gmail.com>
Date: 2011-08-11
Comments:
I would like to make a first name correction under HAMMOND.

The info reads Dorothy Hale Hammond. It should be Doris Hale Hammond. This plot is in the Eastside Cemetery, Chateaugay.

Barb

 

Name: Mitsy Jones <jonesmitsy@yahoo.ca>
Date: 2011-08-06
Comments:
Thank you, interesting site. I wish we had records of the graves on the Canadian side of the border, it would make my search for my grandfather's grave much easier.
 

Name: angela <happytrails47a@yahoo.com>
Date: 2011-08-04
Comments:
is the stone for jessie howe/ hilt in this cemetery ?? she was a 'story'..i thought i seen it yrs ago..i also would love to do more family history of the 'story' family..can send your address to me at po box 284 st regis falls ny 12980 or call 518 856 0076..
 

Name: Sharon Testa <senecaqueen@att.net>
Date: 2011-07-29
Comments:
I can not find Holy Name Cemetery which is in Ausable Forks, I tried both Clinton and Essex County. I think your website is great, I am going to add it to my favorite listing while I work on the family genealogy. Many thanks for all the time and effort that went into working on this project.
 

Name: Darlene Cahill <darlene.cahill@yahoo.com>
Date: 2011-07-22
Comments:
Mary Augusta Ladd is my Great Great Grandmother!!
I will help out in any way to keep in good shape!

 

Name: Leo Merrill <lmerrill@burgoyne.com>
Date: 2011-07-11
Comments:
Concerning the comment at the beginning of the Bessboro Cemetery in Westport, New York which state the Caroline Royce said that Tillinghast Cole was burried there. Edward Cole was burried there but Tillinghast Cole was burried in the Hillside Cemetery. T. Cole is my gg grandfather.

Thanks to all the good work that is being done to collect and preserve this vital information.

 

Name: Dianna Seymour <seymourd2@charter.net>
Date: 2011-07-05
Comments:
Hopefully this site will help me find where my great grandfather is buried. Thanks.
 

Name: Fred R Ross <frross1234@AOL.COM>
Date: 2011-07-04
Comments:
Joyce M. Ranieri, please e-mail me; I have the complete burial index for the Norton Cemetery in Keene Valley, Essex, NY along with photos of aboult half of the stones in the Cemetery. I neeed to know how to add these records to your web site.
 

Name: Beverly Bennett Baumann <bcolonie@nycap.rr.com>
Date: 2011-07-01
Comments:
I find your site very useful, especially to identify my Bennett ladies husbands and to find children to have passed on. Thank you for this free research tool. Beverly
 

Name: Brian Fortier <brianf@vermontel.net>
Date: 2011-06-29
Comments:
i813 may have been the year of Alanson's death, but his age was closer to 50. He was the husband of Abigail. He was married at age 20, and was a veteran of the Revolutionary war, with servie in White Plains, NY.
 

Name: Daniel Maloney <Kingrich652@Gmail.com>
Date: 2011-06-27
Comments:
Trying to find an ancestor's grave.
 

Name: Holly Thrasher <hollytrades@yahoo.com>
Date: 2011-06-23
Comments:
I paid my father and grandfather's graves a visit a couple of weeks ago & met the caretakers here at that time. Charlie and his daughter, Marlene, are doing a superior job of keeping this quaint country cemetery in excellent condition! I thank them very much for the tine, effort and mostly the LOVE they put into keeping it up for all of us who have loved ones there. I talked with Charlie yesterday, to check up on my grandfather's (Frank J. Thrasher) gravestone (it had been broken off at it's base), and, of course, Charlie is right on top of it, having it fixed for us now! Unfortunately, though, tonight when I was out shopping, his phone number fell out of my pocket, and I was supposed to follow up with him in another month! Charlie, if you or Marlene, or anyone who knows them could please ask them to call me, my phone number is 615-888-3308. I will be forever grateful, as it is important to me to stay in touch with them, for they are the keepers of my dad's and grandfather's graves. Thank you. Also I would like to comment to whoever could ADD my DAD's name to the list of people buried here, I would really appreciate it. My grandfather and great grandfather (Frank J.(not G, as listed below) are on the list below, but my Dad, Frank J. Thrasher, Jr. is not on! Also, my great grandmother (Anderson Thrasher's wife) is not listed. If this could be corrected, I sure would appreciate it! Thanks again!

 

Name: kelly pawlak <kpawlak@mountsnow.com>
Date: 2011-06-13
Comments:
I was searching for anyting on Alpheus Conger and came across the tombstone on your site. I have the Conger 1867 holy bible complete with family records and newpaper clippings. I would like to return this bible to the family if I can find them.
 

Name: georges legare <lorenzoembrun@gmail>
Date: 2011-05-28
Comments:
I am grateful to have such a tool to help in my researches.
I still do not know clearly how to navigate well yet.But I shall continue hoping.
georges legare.

 

Name: Christine Diachishin Gordon <cdg@rochester.rr.com>
Date: 2011-05-27
Comments:
Concerning Pine Ridge Cemetery in Saranac Lake, my aunt, Julia Diachishin, is buried there along with the others in the Diachishin family, whom you have noted on your lists. I don't know if this was an oversight, or if her records were lost. She was born in 1919 and died in 1972, and her name does appear on one of the stones in the family plot. Also, my father, Alexander Nicholas Diachishin, who is listed, died on June 26, 2008, although this date does not appear on your list. Thank you for keeping this records and making them available.
 

Name: E.Monaco <newyorkheart12@yahoo.com>
Date: 2011-05-26
Comments:
Hi. on your one website for Mountian View Cemerty in Upper Jay, N.Y.
you have noted for Robert James Monaco
His Death was in 1995.
Sadly I missed it.
I am his Grandaughter
Thanks
Elena

 

Name: Lisa M Sprague <lsprague61@yahoo.com>
Date: 2011-05-21
Comments:
Hello,

I appreciate what a great job you have done on listing the cemeteries and those layed to rest there.

I have visted many of them thanks to your help. I have also been to the one on the North Hudson Road, and go down to Crow Foot, there is many Sprague's and Stanton stones there. It is small and very unkept, but still a great monument to family members of the past.

Going through my grandmother Linnie Sprague's photographs I found one with the writing on the back that says, " Stanton lot at Sherman Cemetery, Moriah Center 1925." Do you know of this one and where it might be? The Picture is of a Stauton Stone, another spelling for my grandmother's family name of Stanton.

Again, Thank you!

Lisa M Sprague

 

Name: Gary Betters <gbetters@comcast.net>
Date: 2011-05-14
Comments:
Hi Joyce, Wanted to send a thank you as I found my Grandfather's information after searching related information for is Medal of Service for Mexico 1916-1917. Thanks for compiling the records.

Gary

 

Name: Sue Windoloski <swindoloski2002@yahoo.com>
Date: 2011-05-12
Comments:
actually came searching for info but am leaving some on a gravesite not indicated on your map. It is in Moira, NY. Specifically at 1008 St Rt 11. On land owned by Joe Sokoloski (Hill St Brushton). The grave is located at the back of the shed attached to house west side. There are at least 2 persons buried there.
 

Name: flj <dads56ford@svcable.net>
Date: 2011-05-09
Comments:
hi i am climbing the family tree and am looking for the parents of rosamond goodspeed she was born 1859 in saint armund married william flagg .a desendant of elias goodspeed hollis may have been her father if anyone knows for sure please contact me at dads56ford@svcable.net thanks
 

Name: Sandra Lea Goode Schell <goodegen@aol.com>
Date: 2011-05-02
Comments:
Searching for Nancy Ann Comstock, b. Plattsburgh or Beekmantown. She married Daniel J. Scriver, of English Canada. The family resided in Hemmingford, Ontario (or Quebec?),Canada. Their son, Fredrick William Scriver, migrated to northern California and settled in Colusa County. He is my great-grandfather.

Fredrick's first wife is Florence V. Gray, who may have also come from Clinton County, NY. Perhaps they came west together. Some of Florence's family members are buried in Walker Cemetery.

 

Name: claudette maither <cbmaither@sympatico.ca>
Date: 2011-04-06
Comments:
How can I get a copy of a marriage listed in your data base for Notre-Dame catholic church in Malone, N.Y.?
How can I get in touch with Kelly Townsend who transcribed the data for these marriages? I have the missing data she was unable to read; it is pertaining to my grandmother's brother.
Hope to hear from you.
C.Maither

 

Name: Reese Fleury <OldSkiDoo2@yahoo.com>
Date: 2011-04-03
Comments:
My grandmother is buried in this cemetery. She does not have a grave stone, just a metal marker right behind the headstone of Arther George Fleury. Her name was Alberta M Hall. She died in 1984.
Thank You
Reese Fleury

 

Name: fsk <familytrace4fsk@verizon.net>
Date: 2011-04-02
Comments:
LESTER family - looking for LESTER - and found some from this project...Thank you, fsk...Looking for more for Enoch - Mordecai - Mordecai - Irving - Alfred - and on to now...Thank you,
 

Name: freda johnson <dads56ford@svcable.net>
Date: 2011-03-22
Comments:
hi looking for the parents of rosamind goodspeed her mothers maiden last name was edmund rosamind married william flagg and they had a daugter emma that married horace lewis. any help appreciated thanks
 

Name: Deborah Hodgkinson <dhodgkinson@shaw.ca>
Date: 2011-03-22
Comments:
Thank you for transcribing the Sunnyside Cemetery. I was finally able to find my gg uncle Rev. Joseph H. Sowerby's first wife, Martha Abbie Winkley, and their young son Cecil Joseph Sowerby. Your efforts are greatly appreciated.
 

Name: Jim Flack <jamesflack@gmail.com>
Date: 2011-03-15
Comments:
I'm chasing the Flacks of Washington County (& overspill into Rensselaer and Essex Counties). You can only squeeze so much out of census records (when you can find them ..lol) so this site is a HUGE help. Thanks to all those who contribute to make it such a great asset.
 

Name: Pat Rousell <prousell@twcny.rr.com>
Date: 2011-03-09
Comments:
I am looking for any of my family in the cemetaries in the Malone, Ft. Covington, Bangor, Chateguey area. This has been a god send.My problem is, my parents and aunts and uncles are all dead, and now I have to find it all on my own, and I am having fun trying to remember where they were buried. It has been many years since I have been up there, and a lot of my uncles went by nick names so I have to try and remember their real names. If you can be of any help to me I would greatly appreciate a note back. Thank you very much. You are very special to do all this work.
 

Name: James Sorrell <jtfs732@comcast.net>
Date: 2011-03-08
Comments:
I was looking for info re: my Grandfathers death and happened along this web site. My family and I are also listed in the St Alexander's document and there are serveral errors. Under Sorrell - Sterling J my mother's birth date is listed as Jan 19 1937 and it should be the 18th. My name is listed as James P when it should be James T as in Tyler. I hope this can be corrected. Thank you
 

Name: sallyann dyer congdon <dyerse@corning.com>
Date: 2011-03-02
Comments:
I have photographs of many of these tombstones. If you would like to see them please email me at dyerse@corning.com

Sallyann

 

Name: Michael Masterson <michaelmasteron@msn.com>
Date: 2011-03-01
Comments:
I'm looking for any informatio on my grandmothers family, Claire Kerry, I know she had a sister Dorean and two brothers at least named Willis and John, also she had a daughter Elizabeth, She was from Skerry but I think she was more around the Bangors and Malone In New York. She is buryed in North Bangors cemertary.
 

Name: Craig Chaffee <cnpchaffee@comcast.net>
Date: 2011-02-20
Comments:
Many of my relatives on my Mothers side, maiden name Gwendolyn McNasser (married name Chaffee) are all buried in this area. Names of them are Herbert McNasser, Guy and Gladys McNasser, William McNasser. I'd like to make note that my mother's Uncle, I don't know if it may have been a Great Uncle, Henry Barber, was at one time a POW at Andersonville Civil War Prison in Georgia. I've visited there a few times and his name is listed in their records. One of the curators there said it looked like he was swapped for a Southern solider so he returned to NY State.

Very Interesting.
Craig Chaffee

 

Name: freda <dads56ford@svcable.net>
Date: 2011-02-17
Comments:
hi my grandfather horace lewis is buried in a small (4 or6 graves) cemetary right next to the deerhead cemetary, i have never seen this cemetary mentioned online and have written 3 times to the town clerk without recieving a answer.if any one knows of horace g.lewis born 1875 married emma flagg had 13 children in lewis. there daughter ila married henry wade,they had 10 childern in lewis (town of lewis not county)i would love to share geneology thanks flj
 

Name: Timothy R. Moore <mooredesert@aol.com>
Date: 2011-02-08
Comments:
I have a plot & headstone that I want to sell Please email
me contact information, contact name, phone # & email address
Thank you,
Timothy R. Moore

 

Name: Charles Spinks <Redfeennix@yahoo.com>
Date: 2011-01-30
Comments:
None yet, just got here :o)
 

Name: Margaret Garrand <mgarrand@primelink1.net>
Date: 2011-01-29
Comments:
Hi. Thank you so much for all of the time you have put into this project. I have immensely enjoyed using the site.

I believe there are two small gravesites in Ellenburg which are not on the current list. They are basically lost in the woods. I saw them when I was in my teens (I am now in my 50s). Both were just a few graves (perhaps 5 or less).

One was on a seasonal dirt road which cuts east from the Bradley Pond Road over to a second road which curves past the Barcomb farm and back to the Bradley Pond Road. I remember the name Booth Road, but I am not certain if this is the dirt road's name or the other main road to which it connects. There is a cemetery that is cared for on the other main road, but the small cemetery on the dirt road is not and is lost on a stone wall in the woods, north of the dirt road. I believe the gravestones were from the exceedingly early 1800s (perhaps 1810 or earlier?# This site was shown to me by Iris Barcomb, who is now deceased. However, her daughter Allison Dupruis still lives in the area #a couple of miles away) and may be able to pinpoint its location for you.

Also, there is a small family cemetery located off Rt 11, west of Ellenburg Corners about 3/4 to a mile. It is at the top of the hill, and to the south perhaps a hundred yards into the woods. Kenny Prevo owns a piece of property on which there used to be a gravel pit. Just past the western fence of this property is where the sites are located. I am not certain who owns this property.

Both sites were overgrown 35 years ago, so I am not certain how much is accessible at this time.

If I get an opportunity to check these areas out this spring I will let you know what I find out.

Thank you.

 

Name: Carole mccarty <Cam809@comcast.net>
Date: 2011-01-24
Comments:
So glad to see the McKillip and Fox entries for St Rose of Lima cemetery. Thank you!

Will welcome emails from same family researchers.

 

Name: W David Samuelsen <dsam52@sampubco.com>
Date: 2011-01-20
Comments:
Franklin Centre/Russelltown Flats

Is there anyone who can go to this particular area and check cemeteries for the Main and Spencer families? Especially taking photos of these markers?

David

 

Name: Christine Kinter <cekinter@frontier.com>
Date: 2011-01-20
Comments:
Hello! My brothers are planning a trip to Chazy this July, along with our mother, who grew up in Chazy and graduated from the Plattsburg Normal School. We want to visit her parent's graves, and be sure of the location. I see by the list that there are many graves that do not have markers, and I am unsure as to whether or not my grandparents have markers. I see by the list that Great Aunt Cora (Bruso) does not have a date of death listed. I am in Indiana, and my brothers are in S. Carollina and California, so it's hard to just pop over and check! Can you help? It would mean so much to us, and to our dear Mother. Thank You!
 

Name: Mike Rogers <mike.rgrs@yahoo.ca>
Date: 2011-01-17
Comments:
Has anyone planned to transcribe the Lord cemetery on Hurricane Rd (west of Elizabethtown)? Many stones are difficult to read. I have a number of ancestors in that cemetery, (Knox, Calkin, Jackson) and I have some of their life histories.
 

Name: Patty Scanlon McHugh <bascan@att.net>
Date: 2011-01-17
Comments:
Was happy to find relatives graves at St. Marys Cemetary in Ft. Covington, Franklin Co. Thank you.
 

Name: marj adams <marjea@wildblue.net>
Date: 2011-01-14
Comments:
I have a correction for the Mineville Cemetery in Moriah, Essex Co. Based on a diary in my possession. Samuel P. Adams d July 30 1854. The site transcription gives 1851. Having transcribed cemeteries myself, I know how hard it is to decipher 1 and 4. I could not figure out how to contacat the person who maintains the page. May I please hear from you? Thank you.
 

Name: Diane L. Colvin <hooch@vermontel.net>
Date: 2011-01-14
Comments:
I am R.J. & Lura Cunningham's great-granddaughter. (Lura is the correct spelling.) I was raised in the home of my grandmother Lola Cunningham Chapman. She spoke often of her father and mother and her childhood in Chasm Falls. Lola Cunningham Chapman and Frank Chapman are burried in Green Hill Cemetery in Wallingford, VT. If anyone is interrested in the family geneology I may be able to help.
 

Name: Gary Poirier <GaryAlanPoirier@aol.com>
Date: 2011-01-11
Comments:
I am the Grand Son of Paul Premo (Premeau) born in Chateaugay NY on May 8 1897and Baptised at St Patricks Church in Chateaugay (Date unknown, but I do have his certificate put away in a safe somewhere). I am trying to find any record that would lead me to his parents and previous generations.
Can you assist ?
Thank you
Gary Poirier

 

Name: Lise McDonald <kljmcd@msn.com>
Date: 2011-01-01
Comments:
Found this site by accident. I am a descendent of the Sherman family (Morris Sherman).
 

Name: Marguerite Teska <margt@juno.com>
Date: 2010-12-29
Comments:
I am researching Samuel Beman d 20 July 1821 in Plattsburg, NY. On the website, you have a note about Mrs Tuttle and p 264. I assume Mrs Tuttle said July 1732, not 1832; but that is not my question. Who is this Mrs. Tuttle and where might I find p 264? Also the info Mrs Tuttle provided about Nathan's "unmarked grave" seems incorrect. It appears to be listed in Franklin County, Chateaugay, East Side Cemetery!
 

Name: Jennifer Baggett <jlb@mtaonline.net>
Date: 2010-12-19
Comments:
Thanks for having this on line. My grandmother Jenny Marie Linden's mom Mary Linden died in 1875 and we knew that she was buried in Ironville (old) cemetary. You have the Last Name as Lindon and do you have any other doucamentation that I could get?
thanks

 

Name: Jennifer Baggett <jlb@mtaonline.net>
Date: 2010-12-19
Comments:
Thanks for having this on line. My grandmother Jenny Marie Linden's mom Mary Linden died in 1875 and we knew that she was buried in Ironville (old) cemetary. You have the Last Name as Lindon and do you have any other doucamentation that I could get?
thanks

 

Name: Frank Mesick <frnkmsck@yahoo.com>
Date: 2010-12-09
Comments:
Very nice.Iv been searching for the graves of my great grandparents ( Andre & Sophie Foucreau Mesic )but have had know luck.
 

Name: birgitta nilsson <birgitta263@gmail.com>
Date: 2010-12-04
Comments:

Thanks a lot for your work! I found a half brother to my grandmother and his sons graves Benoit Mauran and Howard Mauran- I am trying to find information about Benoit Maurans father Irwin Mauran/Moran(born in Ireland 1872) who died in the beginning of 1900 century in US.

Is the churchyard Moriah just for protestants or is it for catholic’s too?(I don’t know for sure if my mothers grandmother was protestants or catholic-snd perhaps this can be a clo if this churchyard is for Catholics or protestants).

 

Name: Diana Wallner <dp_wallner@yahoo.com>
Date: 2010-11-19
Comments:
trying to find a Quaker cemetery possibly. Burial in 1807 of Israel Buck from Peru and John Buck 1814 from Peru.
 

Name: Mary Sue Austin <marysueaustin@hotmail.com>
Date: 2010-11-08
Comments:
Thankful DeLance, buried in the Riverview Cemetery, Chazy, Clinton County, New York, was the sister, not the wife, of Dean DeLance. Dean DeLance was married to Lucy North DeLance. Below is a partial transcription of petition of his widow after his death, which names his siblings:
TO THE COUNTY COURT In and for the County of Clinton. The petition of Lucy North Delance, of Chazy, in said county, Widow df Dean Delance, late of Chazy, deceased, respectfully
showntlx that her said-husband iliciton the fifth day of April, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-eight, at Chazy, leaving an estate in fee belonging to him when lie died, in anil to that certain piece oi parcel of land situate in the town of Chazy, in the county of Clinton, aforesaid, being lot number one hundred anil seventyfive, (l?5) of the eighty acre loti in the Refugee Patent, excepting Snd reserving out of the said premises eight and a half acres of land from the South side of thtisaitHot, sold heretofore to Hazel Ransom-, and now in the possession of Jonathan Douglass, and of which premises said Dean Delance died possessed. That the said Dean Delance
died without,children, leaving no descendants, that his father died before him, that his Mother, Ann Delance, still survives and resides at Essex, New York, that he has the following brothers and sisters: Lucy Richardson, residing at Ausable Forks, Essex County, David Delance, Essex County, Phebe Delance, wife of Ransom Eggleston, Alvin Delance also of Essex co Jane Delance, wife of Seth Nichols, of Morlah, Essex Co., Thankful Delance, Mary Delance of Chazy, N. Y., and Garrett Delance. who resides without the state of New York and in one of the Western states, but which one your petitioner cannot recollect.

 

Name: grant m lawson <grantmlawson@rocketmail.com>
Date: 2010-11-08
Comments:
Cardinal and Mary Chapman are my paternal great, great grandparents. My paternal grandmother's maternal grandparents.

Nice to find them on this webb site.

Grant M. Lawson
Austin, Texas

 

Name: Bert Webb <bwebbman@msn.com>
Date: 2010-11-01
Comments:
Thanks for this information on Silas B. Webb
This could be my Silas as the birth date fits

 

Name: elizabeth hettrich <lizhettrich!yahoo.com>
Date: 2010-10-27
Comments:
thank you for this site i now know the names of my great grandparents!!!!
 

Name: Peter Sandiford <petersandiford@sbcglobal.net>
Date: 2010-10-25
Comments:
According to my research at the Plattsburgh Public Library, my grandfather, 'Arthur Sandiford 1880-1958' is buried at St.Edmunds Cemetary.
 

Name: Joanna Smith Harte <joie0524@gmail.com>
Date: 2010-10-20
Comments:
My parents, Howard and Elizabeth Mckinney Smith and grandparents, Marce and Rosamond and Herbert and Mae Mckinney are buried in Burke Center Cemetary. I'm glad these records are online.
 

Name: Odile Connor <lifeisjoy@earthlink.net>
Date: 2010-10-13
Comments:
Thank you. I found where some relatives are buried through your site. I was bon in Saranac Lake
 

Name: John Elbert Stafford- Past President of The Stafford Society <jestaf4d@msn.com>
Date: 2010-10-10
Comments:
Great project.
 

Name: Colleen Mitchell <collmitchell@yahoo.com>
Date: 2010-10-06
Comments:
I was at the Baxter Holt cemetery last month and took Photos of these stones.
Are you interested in posting them?

 

Name: Patricia (Harvey) Moon <paulnpat@gmail.com>
Date: 2010-10-01
Comments:
Daughter of Floyd Harvey
 

Name: Debby Rymski <rdebby@live.com>
Date: 2010-09-29
Comments:
Trying to find my Grandfather William M. Kemp all i know is he died in a fire on base in plattsburg. I think in the Brigg. he was married to Melvina Cherrier and had two daughters. Rita and Elizabeth.
 

Name: Ruth Park Fuss <rvpfuss@interaccess.com>
Date: 2010-09-27
Comments:
Keep up the great work. I found, Sarah and Susan Rodden, two sisters of my great-grandfather, Joseph Bond Rodden.
Thanks so much.

 

Name: Lorin Rockwell <lorinr@roadrunner.com>
Date: 2010-09-24
Comments:
Bev and I appreciate the kind assistance provided by Jean Dickerson during our recent visit to the cemetery in Lewis New York. As a brief side trip of our vacation we stopped there hoping to find the grave of my Great-great-great-grandfather, Joshua Rockwell. Taking interest in my project, Ms Dickerson was ever so helpful and pleasant in the process too. Thank you very much. Lorin Rockwell
 

Name: Cindy Weipert <jweipert@msn.com>
Date: 2010-09-22
Comments:
Thank you for helping me find the death date of Robert Carson in the Sheldon Hill Cemetery. I also discovered a child there I did not know about.
Your work is awesome!

 

Name: Anthony W. McPherson <gothisson@verizon.net>
Date: 2010-09-19
Comments:
Your site has been very helpful. How does one leave information about a cemetery that they have visited and want to add a comment for YOU to add to an entry (if you see it as fitting)?
 

Name: Helen <hdipilato@comcast.net>
Date: 2010-09-09
Comments:
I was very surprised to see the Courtney marker found on private property. I was looking for Courtney's in Wilmington.
Thanks to person who posted the picture.

 

Name: june boniello <juneboniello@optonline.net>
Date: 2010-09-08
Comments:
Looking for the daughter of Daniel W Birkenstock and Myra Birkenstock/ Linda is first name
 

Name: Lisa <lriggs625@hotmail.com>
Date: 2010-09-07
Comments:
wonderufl site. I'm looking for Daniel Buckley DOD 1885, I found 2 of his children. But not him.
 

Name: Kathleen O'Leary Lahue <kmol@rochester.rr.com>
Date: 2010-09-06
Comments:
It has always been my understanding that the body Edward Duffy, Kathleen G. Murphy O'Leary's first husband, was exhumed from the old St. Joseph's Cemetery and moved to the Child's road cemetery. This is not listed in the listings of footstone info and I was wondering if anybody knows anything about this.
 

Name: FrancoAmerican Gravy <francoamericangravy@gmail.com>
Date: 2010-09-05
Comments:
I am a descendant of William H Wills , a civil war veteran (16th Infantry Regiment, company F) buried in Union Cemetery in Moriah. I appreciate your efforts gathering and posting this information. Thank you very much to everyone who contributed to this effort.
Two years ago, I walked through this cemetery but could not find the headstone. Can you possibly give a short description as to where to find the section, row of the cemetery? For my relative, it is described as L111.
Thank you so much.
FA Gravy

 

Name: Roland Tatro <Snowzn@aol.com>
Date: 2010-08-31
Comments:
Hoping to find the record I am looking for.

 

Name: Deborah Coulter Sedgwick <dsedg@comcast.net>
Date: 2010-08-28
Comments:
My family is BURNS Hiram N.Burns 1830-1909
Wife Helen Leishman 1825-1911
I FOUND THIS site from an old photograpgh of the house they lived in in Fort Covington- On the back it says Home Ft. Covington. Thank you for the research and can I get certified copies of the plot?

 

Name: Janet Larabee Hildreth <KD2JO@cfl.rr.com>
Date: 2010-08-24
Comments:
Both of my parents were residents of Mooers.My mother was Frances Wells,eldest child of Myron and A.Lois Wells. They owned the general store known as McDowell and Wells. Years later the building was the slipper factory.

My father was Clifford S. Larabee.His family owned a farm on Rt. 22.Known as the Stratton farm.My Aunt Grace,daddy;s sister was married to Alvin Stratton. I spent all my summers there and have wonderful memories of those days


 

Name: Vicki Benfield <charlestonvic@yahoo.com>
Date: 2010-08-20
Comments:
Richard JOINER in Section 8, should be RICHARD JOINES. I can send you a copy of the death certificate showing birth, death dates as well as burial location and burial death. Richard died at the Ray Brook TB Hospital on 4 June 1961. Thank you for all you do in maintaining this site. It is GREATLY appreciated!
 

Name: joan fadden speiser <jgoose@myfairpoint.net>
Date: 2010-08-18
Comments:
So many of my relatives are buried here and I have visited this cenetery many times in the course of doing family research. It has always been very well kept.
 

Name: Lisa barone <kidzpta@aol.com>
Date: 2010-08-11
Comments:
Scott family is listed as in Burke and Altona???? Same ppl two places???
 

Name: richard cote <rcotenh@netscape.net>
Date: 2010-08-09
Comments:
thank you for your efforts in compiling this list.
i am a descendant of the douglass family.

 

Name: Dan Lanteigne <dlanteigne17@gmail.com>
Date: 2010-08-08
Comments:
Attempting to get photo's of Lanteigne family headstones from St.Ann's cemetery in St.Regis Falls. I finally made contact with someone who will get photo's shortly. I do however ask for your permission to use the photo of the St.Ann Cemetery sign that I can use in www.findagrave.com
 

Name: Nancy Davis <mikenancydavisia@msn.com>
Date: 2010-08-02
Comments:
Thank you for the St. Joseph's cemetery records for the McGillics. I'm helping my husband research his genealogy...his mother's maiden name was McGillic from North Dakota. Thanks again.
 

Name: Lea Mitchell <dooshna@aol.com>
Date: 2010-07-30
Comments:
Looking for any info on an Alice Baldwin (b) ca 1861 in VT and living in Chateaugay in 1870 w/John Jenkins and wife Mary Dwyer Jenkins. Was Her mother Eliza ALICE Jenkins the daughter of John and Mary? What Baldwin was father of Alice? Did he died? I know Eliza (m) in late 1870 to a Martin McDonald in MA who was born in Albany,NY. Martin and Eliza never had Alice w/them in any census but I still think she was Eliza's kid. I never found Alice after that 1870 census. Eliza ALICE Jenkins born about 1842 in either Ireland or NY. Any info appreciated on Alice and her relation to my Jenkins. Thank you.
 

Name: Lisa Rogers Barone <kidzpta@aol.com>
Date: 2010-07-29
Comments:
I am the greatgrand daughter of the Belangas buried there. Alexander Hadlock was a still born son of my sister whom married a Hadlock.
 

Name: Lisa Rogers Barone <kidzpta@aol.com>
Date: 2010-07-29
Comments:
I am the greatgrand daughter of the Belangas buried there. Alexander Hadlock was a still born son of my sister whom married a Hadlock.
 

Name: Susan <dustmoth@yahoo.com>
Date: 2010-07-27
Comments:
Anyone who might have ancestral information about the Back family, of Hogansburg, I would truly appreciate being contacted.
 

Name: James A. Barton <jbartonf2@twcny.rr.com>
Date: 2010-07-23
Comments:
You have a nice site. But I could not find any of my relation in Malone area, Barton, batraw. We need more sites like this.
 

Name: Lisa M Sprague <lsprague61@yahoo.com>
Date: 2010-07-22
Comments:
This has been very helpful in locating some of my ancestors. Thank you!
 

Name: Sue Hansen <Suzanneandpeter@hotmail.com>
Date: 2010-07-14
Comments:
Thank you for making these transcriptions available online. It's great to have some idea which cemetery to look in. Thanks again.


 

Name: Mike Giles <n7ev@citlink.net>
Date: 2010-07-10
Comments:
My great great grandfather was Harry B. Giles and you have a picture of his and his wifes' headstones in the Ives cemetary. I was amazed to find it. At one time, the Giles family were very prominent property owners in Dickinson Center. I have their family bible and many old pictures from there in the middle 1860s?? I have a picture of my GGF Orlando Giles on a wagon in front of the DC mercantile when he was about 14. probably about 1867.
 

Name: william macdougal <rmacdoug@nycap.rr.com>
Date: 2010-07-06
Comments:
searching for my grandfathers father john mcdougal was easily found
thanks william

 

Name: Karen Soucy <soucysgirl1943@yahoo.com>
Date: 2010-07-03
Comments:
I was looking at the st alphonsus cemetary and I noticed that in section 2 for Joyal you have Norman L. with no marker. He is not buried here. the last grave site in the joyal family plot belongs to myself. I hope this helps.
 

Name: Ted Fountain <teddybear512939@yahoo.com>
Date: 2010-06-24
Comments:
Looking for Clara Belle Fountain--buried in Morningside in 1918. She was married to Willard Fountain but find no marker for her grave.
 

Name: Dan Hiscoe <hiscoe@juno.com>
Date: 2010-06-22
Comments:
Thanks so much to the folks who care for this website. I'm hoping a pilgrimage to the Sandy Knoll cemetery and the area surrounding Chateaugay is in my future. My eldest known relative resides in that cemetery along with much issue,his name is Selon (Selim )Cook, married to Martha Cook. I have no evidence, but believe Nathan and Minerva Cook, also buried in Sandy Knoll are Selons' parents. Thanks very much for sharing. Dan, two generations removed from the Cook surname, bloods still there.
 

Name: Iona Mathis <upthecreek65@att.net>
Date: 2010-06-19
Comments:
My daughter in law is writing this but I am a descendent of Barzillai Douglass born 1740 who is buried in Highland Cemetery, formerly Douglass Cemetery. This cemetery is located in West Chazy on the corner of Barnaby Rd and West church Street. I see this cemetery is not listed on our website - it may be one you'd like to check out if you're in the area. Bob Cheeseman at Chazy Town Hall was instrumental in helping us find this cemetery as well as River View cemetery where more Douglass' are buried #on your website#. If you have any information on who Barzillai's father,mother, brothers or sisters were we'd appreciate having it, or if you know when the first Douglass came into our country.
I am the daughter of Flossie Mae Douglass, whose father was Ellery Douglass, Ellery's father was Samuel Douglass, Samuel's father was Ezekial Douglass, Ezekial's father was George Douglass, George's father was Barzillai. We'd like to go further back if possible.
Thanks for your efforts in putting this website together. We'd love to hear back from you. (Randi Mathis is my daughter in law who has this email address: upthecreek65@att.net.

 

Name: Diana Law <dianalaw@twcny.rr.com>
Date: 2010-06-18
Comments:
Hi Joyce:

First let me thank you most sincerely for all of the work you have done. I have some photos but they are very poor and yours are so much better.

A note about your index: I found a discrepancy between the index and tombstone of this person:
CRANDALL
Samuel B. M. Son of P. & E. CRANDALL Died July 12, 1851 AE 10y's 8 m's.
(on the stone, you have listed July 12, 1854 and it is quite clear on the photo)

I knew you would want to know.

Regards - Diana

 

Name: Guest <lakeshore32@odyssey.net>
Date: 2010-06-12
Comments:
Interested in Williams and Iby families. John Williams born Canada about 1845 married Mariah/Marie L Iby born about 1854 and had: Lucy B; Arthur L b 1892 (died Ithaca NY md Mary Comstock); Mabel L; and Edith; also William and Rubin. Lucy md Fabio; Edith md Luther Salls; Lillian M (?Mabel) md Gauthier. Some buried Pine Ridge Cemetery, Elba. Lived in 1900 at Ellenburg.
 

Name: Carmen Aja <Mcarmenaja@aol.com>
Date: 2010-06-01
Comments:
I'm the grandaughter of Elmerine Andrews Borrett, she was the youngest kid of Willis W Andrews and Agnes Borrrett(Barrett), do you know if they are buried in the St Patrick's Cemetery? I would love to hear from relatives. I'm still working on the genealogy of the family but have not found information about Willis W Andrews.

Regards

Carmen

 

Name: jean <colenasheart@rogers.com>
Date: 2010-06-01
Comments:
Baby Mike Dakovitz was my brother. Could you please provide any additional information.
 

Name: Linda <lsimons8@suddenlink.net>
Date: 2010-05-31
Comments:
Thanks for this web site. I found some of my Clinton Co. NY ancestors.
 

Name: Mary Rooke Sederlin <Sede@msn.com>
Date: 2010-05-05
Comments:
PRINGLE
Andrew PRINGLE, / Died / Sept. 29, 1858, / AE. 59 Years. /
A Native of Scotland. /

PRINGLE
Lillie WAIGHT, / Wife of / Andrew PRINGLE, / Died / April 18, 1877, / AE. 84 Yrs. /
Gone to rest. /
A Native of Scotland. /

I would love to communicate with any descendents of this set of grandparents! Love the site that brought them to me!




 

Name: Miriam Kondroski <MIKON2@roadrunner.com>
Date: 2010-04-29
Comments:
Thank you for all your hard work keeping records of our dead loved ones. It certainly is important for geneological records to know this information.

Best wishes,
Miriam

 

Name: Sheila Loso Hooker <shooker06@verizon.net>
Date: 2010-04-27
Comments:
I would like the address or directions to the cemetery. Thank you.
 

Name: Tom Pohl <sunbari1@optonline.net>
Date: 2010-04-27
Comments:
Update/Corrections for St. Bernard's Cemetery, Saranac Lake (Harrietstown), NY.

POHL

Eunice 1914-2004 (born September 2, 1914, died May 5, 2004)
John F. 1911-1976 (born March 20, 1911, died January 7, 1976)

 

Name: Bill Caldwell <teacherpat@live.com>
Date: 2010-04-25
Comments:
Living children of Wendell Caldwell: Cynthia Ellen, William Wendell, Nancy Jane and total of 10 grandchildren.

Father Wendell Caldwell born Rochester, New York (1910-1978) married Dorothy L Wilkin (1907-1971) married July 13 1935.

Grandmother Helen M Felch (1888-1971) born in South Edwards, St.Lawerence, New York married Henry W. Caldwell (1877-1949) married 1909
In the 1900 census Helen was listed as Mary E but she always went by Helen F Caldwell when she was married.

Great Grandfather Charles Felch (1865-) born in New York, married to Estella Van Patten (1871-1907) married 1887

Great Great Grandfather Dr. Amos Felch ( 1830-1907) born in Canaan, N.H. , married to Abigail D Fuller (1840-) married 1862
The details are not complete on Dr. Amos Felch. I have found 3 other children besides the Charles D or B: Arthur B. born 1871 in Pennsylvania and Mariah born 1875 in Pennsylvania died in 1894 in Redfield,New York and an infant,Amos E Felch in Moira,New York cemetery that died at 6 months who is buried between his Grandparents Dr. Erastus Fuller and Abigail Fuller.

I believe that makes Dr. Erastus Fuller and his wife Abigail my Great,Great,Great Grandparents.

Thank you for the work done to publish the Moira cemetery information and tombstone pictures.

If there is any other information related to Dr. Erastus Fuller and his wife I would greatly appreciate you contacting me at teacherpat@live.com

God Bless you and the work you are doing.

 

Name: The Digger <diggerarticle@hotmail.com>
Date: 2010-04-23
Comments:
Just to say thanks for the transcriptions. I am in Ireland and was interested in the transcription of Richard DIllon buried in Peru Village Cemetery, Peru, Clinton County. He was a native of Glenavy County Antrim and died in 1861. There is a letter in the Public Records Office, Northern Ireland addressed to him by his friend William Quin who was seeking advice re emigrating to USA/Canada on 8th March 1840.
I would dearly like to contact some of the descendants of Richard DIllon. I believe he originated from a townland called Ballymote, Glenavy. There is a hill there still called Dillon's Hill.
Thanks
www.glenavyhistory.com

 

Name: Donald H Carter <DC373@aol.com>
Date: 2010-04-11
Comments:
I was born and lived my younger life in Lake P;\lacid,ny. When i see some of the things people do to each other it sickens me.I was just a small child that walked to school every day regardless of the weather Saw a Dark man sitting on the steps of the Postoffice.When my father came home from work that day,I told him what i saw and asked who he was.The answer that i got i have never forgotten ,He said that was the boy that sat on John Brown's knee.After all these years i am still proud of seeing a small part of our national history.
 

Name: Diantha Neinfeldt <djn822@wctc.net>
Date: 2010-04-04
Comments:
What a great site--I found Nancy Martin Palmer and her family. A great project.
 

Name: Barbara Tucker Bennett <gardenbug6@gmail.com>
Date: 2010-04-03
Comments:
My niece and I are coming up to Malone in May. She is researching her family name, Humiston. She heard that some were buried there. So I am looking thru to see what I can find before we come.
Barbara

 

Name: Eula Williamson Perkins <peperk@verizon.net>
Date: 2010-03-31
Comments:
Wonderful work!!! I have been working on genealogy almost 30 years. I had known where most of my family cemetery plots were.I have picked up a few more from all your work. I had to do it the hard way. I am working on WILLIAMSON, BABCOCK, KETCHAM, LEWIS, JOBERT, LAWRENCE, WARNER, WHEELER, NIMBLET, PIKE, BIDWELL. Thank you so much!

 

Name: Brice Fallon Blair <BBPTx78@aol.com>
Date: 2010-03-26
Comments:
This is such a great resource. I have filled in many blank spaces in my family tree. Thanks for all of your hard work in gathering this priceless information.
 

Name: LILA A <lila2020us@yahoo.com>
Date: 2010-03-25
Comments:
Thank you so much. I never imagined that I would find pictures of headstones from family going that far back.
 

Name: Kathleen (Malley) DeWitt <kathleendewitt@yahoo.com>
Date: 2010-03-23
Comments:
Thank you so very much for all your research and hard work that you've put into cataloging the cemetaries in the area - it has made my genealogy research so much easier. Your hard work is MUCH appreciated.
 

Name: Kathie Langdon Perz <kpperz@comcast.net>
Date: 2010-03-20
Comments:
Thank you for taking the time to transcribe these headstones; they are part of many people's stories. My gggGrandparents and other relatives are the LANGDON's who are buried in the Irish Street Cemetery, Section 1. If anyone is available to take photos and send them, I would be very appreciative as we live in Washington State.
Thank you again for your kindness.

 

Name: Kathie Langdon Perz <kpperz@comcast.net>
Date: 2010-03-20
Comments:
Thank you for taking the time to transcribe these headstones; they are part of many people's stories. My gggGrandparents and other relatives are the LANGDON's. If anyone is available to take photos and send them, I would be very appreciative as we live in Washington State.
Thank you again for your kindness.

 

Name: Nancy <nberry56@twcny.rr.com>
Date: 2010-03-10
Comments:
I have recently found an interest in my ancestors and this site is an amazing time saver of going around to the cemetaries. Thank you
 

Name: Paula Barrett <pbarrett@prodigy.net>
Date: 2010-03-07
Comments:
Thank you for posting this cemetery! I am a descendant of Waters Chilson (Chillson) and was thrilled to find him buried here. You have inspired me to transcribe the cemeteries in my hometown of Presque Isle, Maine, when I complete my current genealogy project so that others can find their ancestors. What a wonderful gift to all of us who are trying to build our family trees. I can't describe the JOY I had when I found Waters' grave. Thank you so much! Paula Barrett
 

Name: Linda L Bezio-Souder <lindalsouder@yahoo.com>
Date: 2010-03-05
Comments:
Some wonderful web sites for those tracing their heritage from out of state. It has been extremly helpful to me.
http://news.nnyln.net/.
http://fultonhistory.com/Fulton.html

Hope this helps someone as it had some great information for me. Again thanks for a job so well done.

 

Name: Linda L Bezio-Souder <lindalsouder@yahoo.com>
Date: 2010-03-05
Comments:
Surname: (Bisaillon)Bezio
Father's Mothers Maiden:(Despeaux) Dapo
Mother's Maiden: Thompson
Mother's moms Maiden:Chagnon
Maternal Great Grandmother's Maiden: Senecal
Paternal Great Grandmother's Maiden:Detruo

Thanks for a great job. I was at awe to review some of your work. Still looking however.

 

Name: Ruby Oswald <r1w2oswald@att.net>
Date: 2010-03-03
Comments:
I have been researching family history and have come across several burials listed in Joyner Family Cemetery in Moriah, Essex Co., NY. I haven't been able to find any listing of this cemetery; is there a cemetery by that name in this county??
 

Name: Dean San Jule <muddymoon@hotmail.com>
Date: 2010-02-24
Comments:
Thank you so much for your hard work. Most of my family on my Father's side is buried in St Patrick's Cemetery in Hogansburg, NY,My grandparents and 2 aunts are under 'San Jule'. However I found a great uncle Leavious GROW & wife Mary but they have Leavious as 10 yrs old! He was a Civil War vet and was young when he died around 55 or so, so that is a mistake. I have his Military records buried somewhere but it would take all day to find him, when I do I'll try to send them to you. Thank you again for a fine list.
Dean San Jule son of Ivan San Jule, Delphine & Francis San Jule's son.

 

Name: George Farnsworth <trustpest@aol.com>
Date: 2010-02-23
Comments:
Dear Joyce, Thank You for that website. http:/news.nnyln.net/.
I found my Grandfather, Uncles and some lost friends. Again thank you. George Farnsworth

 

Name: Glenn A Lane <glennlane1@aol.com>
Date: 2010-02-21
Comments:
Another duplicate at Union Cemetery! Emma Otis d Mar 9 1928 is almost certainly the same as Emma Wills Otis listed with Charles and Gertrude Cochran in Merrillsville Cemetery, with death date of Mar 9 1929. Strange that both dups seem to be off by 1 year! I wonder if the bodies were moved, or a duplicate stone erected, leaving the bodies as they were. I very often have found that people's memory of the birth year was off by one year, especially when purchasing a new stone years later.
 

Name: Glenn A Lane <glennlane1@aol.com>
Date: 2010-02-21
Comments:
The Wm Henry Otis, died Apr 11, 1875, son of Wm & Celestia listed at Union Cemetery, is a duplicate of the Wm Henry died Apr 11, 1876 and listed with those parents at Mountain View. Of course, maybe they moved his body, or simple left it at Union and still included him on the markings at Mountain View. But is it 1875 or 1876?
 

Name: Glenn A Lane <glennlane1@aol.com>
Date: 2010-02-21
Comments:
Is this where to suggest corrections? When my mother looked at Carrie Arnold stone in Union Cemetery in 1965, she transcribed her death date as Jan 6, 1876 AE 6 yrs 4 mo. At Harrietstown Cemetery, you have Horation N Otis AE 75 Yr's - s/b Horatio AE 76 Yr'(reference your pic). Other docs verify that it is Moses O. Emmons. Mary Ann Otis is dau of Susannah Otis. Thank you again for your tons of work!
 

Name: Glenn A Lane <glennlane1@aol.com>
Date: 2010-02-21
Comments:
I have a bunch of burials, including many pictures, in Brookside Cemetery, in St. Armand, if you are interested.
 

Name: Lauren French <lfrench@gcs.neric.org>
Date: 2010-02-21
Comments:
This has been a very helpful resource in locating family history. I have not yet found Frederick Winch and his wife Elizabeth, but did find two of their daughters listed here. Thank you for your efforts.
 

Name: karyn murray(diabo) <rynnethepooh05@yahoo.com>
Date: 2010-02-20
Comments:
hey i was wondering if joseph and charlotte diabo had any other information on their headstones?
 

Name: Sarah <sarah_c1982@yahoo.com>
Date: 2010-02-20
Comments:
I enjoy this website so much.I can spend hours on it.I was wondering if it would be possible if you could get any information on my grandfather.His name,Phillip Gallo.He passed away in '96.He ran a t.v. repair shop out of his house in Saranac Lake.Any information you could get would be appreciated.Thank you.
 

Name: George Farnsworth <trustpest@aol.com>
Date: 2010-02-20
Comments:
Dear Joyce, I was looking for my Grandfather Frank LaBrie. He died 1948. I was about 3-4 then. Thank you for all your hard work. I left Tupper Lake when I was 6-7. Again thank you, George Farnsworth
 

Name: Paul DiPietro <paulandjuliedipietro@comcast.net>
Date: 2010-02-18
Comments:
Thank you for this site.

Great grandson of Grace Dickerson and grandson of Frank Demshaw.

 

Name: Glenn A Lane <glennlane1@aol.com>
Date: 2010-02-15
Comments:
Capt Stephen Otis, War of 1812, died in Harrietstown, and family lore says that he was buried in the Harrietstown Cemetery, along with his wife Hannah. He died in 1864 and she in abt 1869. Your inventory shows his father, Ensign John Otis, Rev War, is buried there, but not Stephen. Could he and his wife be among the unmarked graves?
 

Name: Keri Jones O'Donnell <keriodonnell@yahoo.com>
Date: 2010-02-11
Comments:
Rawson and Sarah Lucinda are my Great GreatGrandparents. My mother is Jean Ellen Litchfield Jones. She is the daughter of Raymond E Litchfield. He was the son of Ernest Saul Litchfield who is the son of Rawson and Lucinda.
 

Name: elizabeth dufraine <lucinda campfieldfacebook>
Date: 2010-02-08
Comments:
i have been looking for my grandparents and uncle.they died when my mother was six years old.they are adelard and elizabeth fromaget.if you have any information on them could you please let me know.center section row 9.thank you
 

Name: elizabeth dufraine <lucinda campfieldfacebook>
Date: 2010-02-08
Comments:
i have been looking for my grandparents and uncle.they died when my mother was six years old.they are adelard and elizabeth fromaget.if you have any information on them could you please let me know.center section row 9.thank you
 

Name: James B Carr <jimcarr4@verizon.net>
Date: 2010-02-04
Comments:
Very helpful.
 

Name: f.l.johnson <dads56ford@svcable.net>
Date: 2010-01-27
Comments:
just outside the deerhead cemetary in lewis there is a small cemetary maybe 6 plots total . buried there is horace g. lewis husband of emma lewis she is burried in the cemetary with her son leonard,i dont know the others burried with horace or the year horace died but he was born in 1875.if you have any more info. on my grandfather horace would you e mail me please.my dad said the plots are owned by his family. thanks I can recall seeing an iron fence there but dont recall headstones but i was young then.ps horace lived his whole life in town of lewis essex co ny.
 

Name: Patricia L Dowling <dowling@oltpen.com>
Date: 2010-01-27
Comments:
I am connected to Hammonds/Hatch/Pickle/Hoyt/Mix /Chamberlain families listed in the above cemetery, so very pleased for this research site & would gladly exchange Family data & information
 

Name: shoshi satloff <satloffs@westportcs.org>
Date: 2010-01-20
Comments:
I think it is wonderful that you are chronicling this cemetary. If you ever want to get it cleaned up -let me know. I have a question for you- about 20 years ago after I'd first moved to Westport, I wandered down a dirt road in Cheever. At the end of the road, was a two story schoolhouse. Can any pictures of the school be found? Are the remains still there? Ihope you can tell me!
 

Name: George Legare <georgelegare@sympatico.ca>
Date: 2010-01-16
Comments:
Good-day Sir.
Thank you for this wonderful oppertunity!This is truly a freindly site.My grand father and Grand mother are intered in this great cemetery,it is beautiful and peaceful.Would it be possible to see their tombstone,within this site?or to have a picture of their tombstone mailed to me ,and How much would it cost me?
I have been searching for my grand parent's for over thirthy-years now;you see this is why I would love to have a piture!

God Bless you all.

manitou

 

Name: Joan Schiller <jftdws@yahoo.com>
Date: 2010-01-07
Comments:
I am wondering why Martin V. Watson isn't on the Harrietstown list.
 

Name: Barbara O'Bryan <bee514@live.com>
Date: 2010-01-05
Comments:
I am researching my mothers family "The Cobbs". I found your site very interesting and actually located where my great grandfather Joseph E. Cobb is buried.
 

Name: LINDA JESSIE-MANCHESTER <CODYMAN55@HUGHES.NET>
Date: 2010-01-01
Comments:
HELLO I NOTICED THAT YOU DIDN'T HAVE THE YEAR OF MY MOTHERS DEATH. HER NAME WAS MILDRED (AUSTIN) JESSIE BORN 1913 DIED MARCH 13, 2009. THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME. HAPPY NEW YEAR.

LINDA JESSIE-MANCHESTER

 

Name: Dianne King <dkwindowworks@windstream.net>
Date: 2009-12-22
Comments:
great job. I really got alot of genealogy info. i could use the address, phone number and or directions ladd cemetery if available. I am planning a trip next year to the area.
Thank you,
Dianne King

 

Name: Tracey Palmer <trapalmer@gmail.com>
Date: 2009-12-18
Comments:
I am so impressed with this project. I would like to start a family tree on my grandfather's side of the family. His name was Charles Abare. Upon looking through the list of names I found some other family members. I would like to take the time to thank everybody that has worked on this project. It really means a great deal to me. Tank you from the bottom of my heart!
 

Name: JAN DUNDAS BEAVER <beaver2@srt.com>
Date: 2009-12-18
Comments:
I REALLY APPRECIATE THE WORK THAT HAS BEEN DONE ON THIS SITE. I KNOW THERE MUST HAVE BEEN A LOT OF MAN HOURS PUT IN TO IT AND IT IS MUCH APPRECIATED BY ANY AND ALL OF US WORKING ON OUR GENEALOGY. IS THERE SOME WAY TO PERHAPS UPDATE SOME OF THE NAMES ON SOME OF THE CEMETERY LISTS. I DON'T KNOW WHEN THE TRANSCRIPTION WAS DONE OR IS IT ONGOING? I HAVE MY GRANDAD WHO I PURCHASED A STONE FOR AT EVERGREEN CEMETERY, KEESEVILLE AND BECAUSE AT THE TIME HE HAD NO STONE HIS NAME WAS NOT TRANSCRIBED. I ALSO HAVE A GRAND UNCLE THAT IS BURIED IN ST. JOHN'S CEMETERY THAT IS NOT ON THE LIST.

ANYWAWY, THANKS AGAIN FOR ALL THE HARD WORK.

SINCERELY, JANICE DUNDAS BEAVER

 

Name: JAN DUNDAS BEAVER <beaver2@srt.com>
Date: 2009-12-18
Comments:
I REALLY APPRECIATE THE WORK THAT HAS BEEN DONE ON THIS SITE. I KNOW THERE MUST HAVE BEEN A LOT OF MAN HOURS PUT IN TO IT AND IT IS MUCH APPRECIATED BY ANY AND ALL OF US WORKING ON OUR GENEALOGY. IS THERE SOME WAY TO PERHAPS UPDATE SOME FO THE NAMES ON SOME OF THE CEMETERY LISTS. I DON'T KNOW WHEN THE TRANSCRIPTION WAS DONE OR IS IT ONGOING? I HAVE MY GRANDAD WHO I PURCHASED A STONE FOR AT EVERGREEN CEMETERY, KEESEVILLE AND BECAUSE AT THE TIME HE HAD NO STONE HIS NAME WAS NOT TRANSCRIBED. I ALSO HAVE A GRAND UNCLE THAT IS BURIED IN ST. JOHN'S CEMETERY THAT IS NOT ON THE LIST.

ANYWAWY, THANKS AGAIN FOR ALL THE HARD WORK.

SINCERELY, JANICE DUNDAS BEAVER

 

Name: Mike McCarthy <paddymick@verizon.net>
Date: 2009-12-12
Comments:
Thank you...
 

Name: Andrea Willett <andi@nhvt.net>
Date: 2009-12-09
Comments:
I visited the cemetery in 1987 and found my great-grandfather, Edward Willett, and his second wife, Mary Williams. I had come from Newport, NH to search for my ancestors in Burlington and Plattsburgh, which led me to your North Jay cemetery. I was surprised to see that Edward was born on my birthday, May 15th! It was very gratifying to find him after a long search because even my father didn't know where his grandfather was buried!
 

Name: Jennifer Lynn Pisanchin Prince <jenna071771@live.com>
Date: 2009-12-04
Comments:
I am the great niece of 2nd Lt. John Pisanchin. I just found out that I had a Uncle John Pisanchin that served in easy company during W.W II and I am very proud of him and his sacrifices. I was wondering if anyone knows why he was not burried @ Arlington? If anyone has anymore information about him and his service please contact me. Thank you, Jennifer Pisanchin Prince
 

Name: Betty <tumbleweed6736@yahoo.com>
Date: 2009-12-03
Comments:
Please tell me why my Great Grandfather Alpha Burgette & family are no longer mentioned in the cemetery .??
 

Name: Rob Miller <gb.Miller5403@escapedemail.com>
Date: 2009-12-03
Comments:
I liked your site.
 

Name: CHRISTINE COLPOYS <chriscflowers@verizon.net>
Date: 2009-11-29
Comments:
FOUND MY FAMILY NAME,SO HAPPY TO ADD IT TO MY FAMILY TREE.
THIS IS REALLY WONDERFUL,I USUALLY DRIVE ALL OVER THE PLACE AND NOW I CAN SAVE IT FOR LATER AND VISIT THE SITES...
THANK YOU,CHRISTINE P.S.AND IT THERE FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS.

 

Name: O. William "Bill" Bruins <wmbruins@gmail.com>
Date: 2009-11-27
Comments:
Milo Williams is the father of my great-grandmother, Alice Mae Williams. I am searching for the name of his first wife.
 

Name: frederick j cheeseman <jcheeseman1951@yahoo.com>
Date: 2009-11-27
Comments:
son of Morton Cheeseman and Dorothy Robinson
Uncles Dwight Faye Stanton Gaylord Eldon Cheeseman Aunts June Lila Katherine Cheeseman Fred and Charlotte Cheeseman grandparents and Fred and Lulu Robinson/ Lyon Mt grandparents

 

Name: William Thomas <wn.thomas2@gmail.com>
Date: 2009-11-26
Comments:
I am the great-grandson of Harvey Edgar Thomas and Daisy Yeingst Thomas, buried in Lakeside Cemetery, Tupper Lake. I notice there is a monument to all the men buried there who worked in the Adirondak Logging camps. Both Harvey Edgar and his son Sidney worked at the Conifer camp, and Sidney was killed in an accident there. Does anyone know how I might find out if they are eligible to be added to this monument?
Thank you.

 

Name: Teresa Munn <squigey88@yahoo.com>
Date: 2009-11-25
Comments:
Thank you for your efforts here. I found my grandparent's grave here (after a few years of searching). Any chance of getting a picture of it??
 

Name: Glen B. Trinklein <doubleesword@hotmail.com>
Date: 2009-11-18
Comments:
To whom it may concern:
Thank you for the information you have on your website. I have found one family I am related to by marriage. The Sawyers buried at United Methodist Cemetery/St. Regis Reservation. The names are Louis (Lewis), Margaret, and son Peter. Margaret's maiden name was Robideau. Do you have documentation and photos of the headstones of this family?
If you could help me I am also searching for any Jesmer's/Robideau/Plamondon family burials they went to St. Patrick Church on the St. Regis Reservation. I am also would like documentation to support the evidence and if they had Native American blood. If you could help me I would appreciate it.
Hope to hear from you soon and thank you in advance for your research and your reply.
Sincerely,

Glen B. Trinklein

 

Name: Katie Guerin <kguerin@windstream.net>
Date: 2009-11-17
Comments:
Katie is Great Granddaughter of Agnes Ward of Jay (Ward Lumber)Looking for John Ward ((A-782)Section 5). Former surviving POW of Andersonville Prison, Andersonville, Ga. Released May 25,1865.

Thank You
Katie

 

Name: barbara skirrow <barbara9@frontiernet.net>
Date: 2009-11-16
Comments:
This is fun! Have found some of my ancestors
 

Name: Kim Riches <richesathome@msn.com>
Date: 2009-11-15
Comments:
I am the granddaughter of Margaret and John Jacobs.My mother is Judy Jacobs.I am looking for photos of my grandfather John Jacobs.I am doing geneology and if you could send me photos that would be helpful.Thank You
 

Name: DJ Miles <djmiles@centurytel.net>
Date: 2009-11-13
Comments:
Joyce, You indicated you needed to check the stone of Alminia Prindle DSC02224. What were you going to check it for? The sun is backlighting this so much I can't read the dates, but based on the newspaper obit, her death year was 1831. Hey, didn't you used to do the penny postcard thing? Anyone taken that over?
 

Name: Robert V. Gravel, Sr. <commish1@twcny.rr.com>
Date: 2009-11-10
Comments:
Wonderful job! Your dedication has to be commended. I was wondering how often the index is updated? Thanks for your dedication and this information
 

Name: Nancy Goodspeed-Himes <nhimey@zoominternet.net>
Date: 2009-11-06
Comments:
Thank you for photographing my ancestors graves. Thank you for your time and trouble.
 

Name: Frederick Bourdon <F061232@webtv.net>
Date: 2009-11-06
Comments:
Hi Joyce:

You are doing a great job.

What is the status of the following:

Saranac 1) Assumption of Mary Redford 2)Correctional Inmates #1 3) St Joseph's
Also Lyon Mountain St Bernard's Catholic Cementery>

Many thanks

FFBourdon

 

Name: Nyle McMartin <nyle@jtt.net>
Date: 2009-11-01
Comments:
Your Cemetery site Is outstanding, surnames I am researching are, FiField, McKinney, Pickering, Spears,Kelly, Gooshaw, Cuningham.
 

Name: Suzanne Boyle <CSebring54@aol.com>
Date: 2009-10-31
Comments:
I am related to William Fisk and his wife Abigail. Researching this family. Would love to hear from relatives.
Is there any records the cemetery has on the people buried there?
Regards
Suzanne

 

Name: Charles Willis <treecharly@ roadrunner.com>
Date: 2009-10-30
Comments:
Have a lot of Taylors, SMiths and LaClairs in the Northern areas.
 

Name: Benjamin Louis Ramsay III <bramsayiii@ec.rr.com>
Date: 2009-10-29
Comments:
Relatives on father's side inturned here
 

Name: Sheila Hunter <sheila1hunter@gmail.com>
Date: 2009-10-24
Comments:
Hello! My surnames I'm researching are as follows:)
Drew, Fadden, Chase, Pickering, Wilson (mercy or mary wilson)Sanders,(Alvira Sanders, Darius Sanders) Rogers,

Please contact me if anyone is related! Thank you~
Best wishes, Sheila Hunter
sheila1hunter@gmail.com

 

Name: Philip W. Lawrence <mrnewshine@verizon.net>
Date: 2009-10-23
Comments:
grand son, son of stanley and maude lawrence, Philip currently in Latrobe,Pa
 

Name: Rob Miller <ag_Miller2832@escapedemail.com>
Date: 2009-10-22
Comments:
I liked your site.
 

Name: Maryann Dunlavey <bowzer3@verizon.net>
Date: 2009-10-16
Comments:
Will you be updating your site?
 

Name: Eileen SosvilleCleckner <momcleck2@yahoo.com>
Date: 2009-10-15
Comments:
I was at the Notre Dame Cemetery in Malone, N. Y. in 1982 and located numerous tombstones for my ancestral tree. Just went back to the Notre Dame Cemetery in Malone, N. Y. on Oct. 12, 2009 and found most of the same tombstones very deteriorated. There is alot of fungi or moss on these tombstones which made reading info next to none. I am fortunate I took pictures in 1982 which are readable. Too bad perpetual care doesn't mean caring for the tombstones. I am really grateful of those people who have transcribed this cemetery and others. Thank you!
 

Name: Maria Hopper <reetree@optonline.net>
Date: 2009-10-12
Comments:
very helpful
 

Name: Valarie Beardsley Beadle <vbeadle@thedotnetgroup.net>
Date: 2009-10-11
Comments:
Thank you for the photos of the Au Sable, Clinton Beardsley Graveyard. Is there any way that a direct descendant (me) of the folks resting there (my fourth great grandparents and various aunt and uncles) can arrange to have the place cleaned up a bit?
 

Name: Maxine Osborn <osborn2112@cox.net>
Date: 2009-10-06
Comments:
I need info on the Buck family buried there in Jay I am a relative and I am working on my family tree thanks Maxine 850-862-6771
 

Name: CATHY SWARINGEN <cathyswaringen@windstream.net>
Date: 2009-10-05
Comments:
MY FATHER HAS A HEAD STONE THERE AND WAS WONDERING IF YOU COULD SEND A PICTURE OF IT FOR HIM. HE IS LIVING IN NORTH CAROLINA NOW AND WANTED A PICTURE FOR REFERENCES DEALING WITH HIS LEGAL PAPERS. HE DOESN'T HAVE HIS PLOT NUMBER BUT HIS NAME IS ON YOUR LIST. ALFRED JOSEPH ROBINSON 5/20/1937. THANK YOU FOR ANY HELP YOU COULD GIVE.
 

Name: Susan Lamoy <agitator2305@aol.com>
Date: 2009-09-25
Comments:
Joyce, You were at the Mountain View Cemetery Assoc. in 2005. Have you been back since? I bet you would now see a big difference. After my husband died. My son and I have been very active there.
I have some dates of death that you can add. If you would contact me.
You are doing such a wonderful job.
Thanks, Sue

Trustee, Sec, and Treasurer

 

Name: John Dancause <john.dancause@sympatico.ca>
Date: 2009-09-25
Comments:
Hello:

I was scanning your site and noticed Holy Angels Cemetary in Lake Kushaqua (formerly Stony Wold). Elizabeth Newcombe, the founder of the Stony Wold tuberculosis sanitorium in the early 1900's, was buried there in the 1930's near the chapel, which still stands. Do you know if her grave was moved to your location, another location or are her remains still at the chapel cemetary in Stony Wold? Thank you.

jd

 

Name: Chris Biamonte <chezbudbud@verizon.net>
Date: 2009-09-19
Comments:
I just learned of the death of Laurie Jo Martel. Laurie died in 1997. I was able to find out where she was buried, and which cemetary she was in. Thank you for this site. Myself, and all Laurie Jo's friends from SUNY Farmingdale miss her and remember her fondly. We are sorry we lost touch, and hope that she found happiness in this life. We miss her and will always remember her radiant smile and zest for life. "The Triplets" has lost its most fun third.

Chris Biamonte
I would love to hear from anyone who knew Laurie during the last years of her life - I lost touch with her after 1987.

 

Name: Patricia Coppola <a_blackfly@yahoo.com>
Date: 2009-09-15
Comments:
Hello,
This is a wonderful site. Just for your information Brookside Cemetery is located in Essex County (Bloomingdale, NY).

Best wishes,
P

 

Name: Nyle McMartin <nyle@jtt.net>
Date: 2009-09-15
Comments:
This Is a outstanding site, I have walked allot of these Cemetery's, and have lot's of pictures.

I live In Iowa so access to this site Is very valuable.

Thanks again for the great effort.

 

Name: Judy Couch <judycrn@msn.com>
Date: 2009-09-15
Comments:
Looking for the grave site of my grandfather John Mageean. He died in 1935. Family stories state that he was buried in the plot with his father and mother. They are in Section 5 of St. Joseph's (Ft. Covington St.) listed at James McGeein and Julia McGeein along with infant daughter Kattie T. I would appreciate any help with this matter or point me in the right direction.
 

Name: John R. Sharp <johnrsharp1@verizon.net>
Date: 2009-09-13
Comments:
The Sharp's listed here are all members of my family line. I believe there are several others without grave markers.
John R. Sharp
Baltimore, Maryland

 

Name: Sherman Barnes <Abarnes3@stny.rr.com>
Date: 2009-09-07
Comments:
A great project.
We expect to visit in the next few days.
Our intrests are the John Barnes fam of Plattsburgh or Beekmantown especially Ezekiel and Margaret Rider. There was a deed probated in Plattsburgh in 1808.

 

Name: Sherman Barnes <Abarnes3@stny.rr.com>
Date: 2009-09-07
Comments:
A great project.
We expect to visit in the next few days.
Our intrests are the John Barnes fam of Plattsburgh or Beekmantown especially Ezekiel and Margaret Rider. There was a deed probated in Plattsburgh in 1808.

 

Name: Stephen Cywin <scywin@verizon.net>
Date: 2009-09-05
Comments:
I can provide a better transcript for the Walton Cemetery. How do I get information added or updated here?
 

Name: Kathy Mannix Schlarb <sunnyland4@aol.com>
Date: 2009-09-03
Comments:
My father's grave is shown in the line drawing.
 

Name: Steven Whitney <stevenmwhitney@comcast.net>
Date: 2009-09-03
Comments:
researching family geneaology for the Whitney family in Wadham NY
 

Name: George William Schryer <gschry@verizon.net>
Date: 2009-08-23
Comments:
Son of Ervie G Schryer, grandson of William Schryer,shot by hunter in Newcomb area, 1913. Williams wife: M.Blanche (Smith), other sons: Rodney,Norman, Walter A. >>> Walter, Norman, (I think Rodney too) and Blanche are buried in Lakeview Cemetery, Tupper Lake NY. Looking for William.
 

Name: Carole Bredenberg Huether <cbhuet@hotmail.com>
Date: 2009-08-20
Comments:
I visited Smith Cemetery in August 2008. It was in beautiful condition at that time. I easily found my great-great-grandfather and great-great grandmother: Moses and Almeda Felton.

Their son, my great-grandfather, Charles Henry Felton, is buried in Morningside Cemetery, Malone. His first wife, Cora Cheeseman Felton is buried in Sheldon Cemetery, Ellenburg Depot, with her mother Maria White Cheeseman. Charles is buried with his second wife, Emma Bliss.

Now I am in search of the burial location of Moses' father John Felton, reportedly in Plattsburgh, NY.

I located the burial site of Maria White Cheeseman's parents, Isaac and Elizabeth Wray White, in Mooer's Forks, NY. I am now searching for their parents, possibly Canadian. Can anyone help?

 

Name: Wesley E. Hill <wesinvt@comcast.net>
Date: 2009-08-16
Comments:
A correction on my last guestbook post: The Johnson S. Hill Stone reads: "died July 7 1868 at age 86"
sorry for the mistake.

 

Name: J weingarden <vwj@windstream.net>
Date: 2009-08-15
Comments:
Joyce,

Is this the same cemetery on County rte 190? if so I
have some additional data including photos that are not listed here. They include Hobbs & McKinney families. Let me know if you want me to forward the data.

 

Name: J Weingarden <vwj@alltel.net>
Date: 2009-08-15
Comments:
Dear Joyce,

It has been a while since I last communicated and your dedication to this project continues to be impressive. I just wanted to provide some info that can correct some data in the Old Ft. Covington Cemetery records or as it is listed under the Harland Horton section the Protestant Community cemetery. In Row 16 a Listing for Jonathan Wallaco (Wallace) lists 14 July with the year of death Unk. John Austins compilation lists his birth as 1818 and death 1886. As Jonathan had no surviving children that data would have to be incorrect; so I would believe that to be an attempt to correct Mr Horton's data. Jonathan Wallace is listed in Hurds history of Clinton & Franklin counties they list his date of death as 14 Jun 1856. He was an early pioneer of that town a Lawyer and the Surveyor for the state purchase in 1818. He was a veteran of the battle of Plattsburgh and was appointed Justice of the Peace for the town in 1818 by Gov Clinton serving in that capacity till his death. He married Florilla Hitchcock daughter of Dr. Buel Hitchcock & his wife Lodema Man who were also early pioneers in that town when it was known as French Mills. Hope this can be of some help. Keep up the good work!



 

Name: Mary-Jean Chaput <frogsxdeux@myfairpoint.net>
Date: 2009-08-12
Comments:
This has been helpful for finding names of cemeteries in NY as I plan on visiting that area this fall.
 

Name: janice turner <JANUSTNT1@AOL.COM>
Date: 2009-07-26
Comments:
I am researching a John A. Rouselle family that was born in New York & lived at Fort Benning Ga around 1960.Please contact me if you have any info;this is a good organized site.thanks
 

Name: Wesley E. Hill <wesinvt@comcast.net>
Date: 2009-07-24
Comments:
You missed the flat stone of Johnson S. Hill. It says died in 1868 at age 83. Located diagonally left from Augustus and Almira Hill.
 

Name: Katherine Wright <12herisa@comcast.net>
Date: 2009-07-20
Comments:
Related to Spragues and found alot to help my family find relatives. Thank you
 

Name: Sharron Hewston, Historian <tojplanning@charterinternet.com>
Date: 2009-07-16
Comments:
Hello Joyce, 16th of July 2009
Just a note for you, in reference to North Jay Cemetery location.
To the best of my knowledge, North Jay Cemetery is located within the Township of Jay, however, it is in the Hamlet/ Village, of Au Sable Forks, (actually it is on the outskirts of the Forks) in Essex County. It is not in Jay, New York, as so many people think it would be.
My ancestors are layed to rest their. Edward & Lydia West- Colby, my great grandparents; Grace Colby, 3 1/2 years of age, and her brother, Jesse Colby, WW11 USA Vet. They were my grandmother's sibblings. Also, Luther Wilkins, USA, Civil War Vet, whom was my great, great grandfarther, as well as, his parents, and some sibblings, etc. My great grandmother, Sarah (Joy) Wilkins-Bashaw is buried across the road from her first husband, Luther.
I hope that this info is helpful. You are doing a wonderful job, Joyce. Please keep up the "Good Work". I would like to "thank you", for your wedsite research and dedication. You make the research of others, much easier. Your work is appreciated!!!
Sharron Hewston, Historian for the Township of Jay

 

Name: Sharon Angell Ellsworth <SherEllsworth@live.com>
Date: 2009-07-11
Comments:
What a wonderful donation made to anyone seeking past relatives from this area. Thank you so much. My husband and I are planning a trip to Clinton County and would be pleased to help with some of the documentation, if you will let us know what is needed and your requirements.

Has anyone heard of an Angell or Angellville Cemetery, or Angellville, NY? I am specifically searching for information pertaining to my distant relative, Eseck Angell, 1752-1836, who is apparently buried in that cemetery.

I have amassed quite a bit of information on my branch of the Angell family/ies, as well as the Tindal family/ies. If I can help anyone else, please do contact me.

Best wishes to all,
Sharon

 

Name: diane tremblay <diakirk@twcny.rr.com>
Date: 2009-07-09
Comments:
supposely the gleason family is related to my family (the howard family). I never knew how even though I have done the genealogy i my family for years. nice to see that there were gleasons in fort covington

 

Name: Thibodeau <adknative@yahoo.com>
Date: 2009-07-01
Comments:
Appears to be an error re: marriage of William Surprenant in 1868 to 'Lydia' Thibodeau [believe this should be 'Adelaide' Thibodeau, Lydia's sister: note births of two daughters attributed to Wm & Adelaide - Melania, b. 1869 and Maria b. 1872. Lydia was 9 yrs younger than Adelaide, so unless Wm remarried to Lydia after death of Adelaide (?) then prob. Lydia & Wm were never married to each other. I am also in contact with a Surprenant cousin, descended of Adelaide & Wm Surprenant, who says they were his gr-grandparents. Is Lydia's name given in error, or was there another marriage?

Dianne

 

Name: Scott Mika <mikascott@hotmail.com>
Date: 2009-06-30
Comments:
Duane and Brian Mika Died on 25 Nov 1978. The headstone is correct but your computer is not.

Thanks,
Scott Mika
(Brother of Deceased)

 

Name: R.L. McKinney <Sharmacvilla@ca.rr.com>
Date: 2009-06-27
Comments:
It's been nearly 15 years since I have visited this cemetery. It is the main McKinney Family Cemetery and I am very grateful to those who have taken the time, over the years to put in on this site!
 

Name: Barbara Shantie <jshantie@twcny.rr.com>
Date: 2009-06-23
Comments:
trying to locate ggg grandparents
 

Name: Keith Beattie <ktbeattie@btinternet.com>
Date: 2009-06-15
Comments:
This website has been a wonderful benefit to me in my research of the Caldwell family of Co. Antrim. They were exiled from Ireland in 1798 after the United Irish Rebellion. Richard served with the US army and tragically died at Champlain in 1812 (see this link for more details http://www.ballymoneyancestry.com/caldwell-harmony-hill.aspx)

If anyone can help, I'd be extremely grateful for a photograph of his headstone in Glenwood Cemetery, or for information on Richard that is apparently in the Pliny Moore papers.
Thanks again,
Keith Beattie
Museum Manager, Ballymoney Museum, Co. Antrim

 

Name: Vivian B. Reid <vbreid@live.com>
Date: 2009-06-09
Comments:
Thank you very much for maintaining the information
for the Sand Hill Cemetery in Franklin, New York. I have several generations of Reid's,
Davidson's, and Saunder's buried at that cemetery.

thanks!
Vivian B. Reid

 

Name: helene montpetit <hmontpetit@hotmail.com>
Date: 2009-06-09
Comments:
I would like to know who was john mitchell born in 1785
buried in chateaugay graveyard.....
the whole family is there.

 

Name: Ron Christensen <claricebishop@hotmail.com>
Date: 2009-06-06
Comments:
Is Hulda the wife of Frederick Guy Clark?
 

Name: Ron Christensen <claricebishop@hotmail.com>
Date: 2009-06-06
Comments:
Is Hulda the wife of Frederick Guy Clark?
 

Name: Robert Stickle <robert.stickle@gmail.com>
Date: 2009-06-05
Comments:
I was raised in Idaho. My father is Richard A. Stickle, he is the youngest son of Joshua Joseph Stickle who was born in Hawarden Iowa Dec 17, 1892. His father was Herbert Winfield, born in New York Apr 28, 1852. His father was Joshua Edward born Jan 7, 1829 in New York. His father was Joshua and his mother was Mary. Curious to know any further information on the family, particularly when they immigrated form Europe and from where they might have immigrated. Thanks
 

Name: christine colpoys <chriscflowers@verizon.net>
Date: 2009-06-05
Comments:
great site,hoping i can find my 6 gg grandmother and grandfather. fanny yattaw ,family moved a lot.canada,vermont ny.yattaw's in essex county. she was in saratoga county in 1860 at 88 .looked every place for her.know she had family in essex ,moriah and port henry and surrounding towns.her full name was marie francos cartier - yattaw she married joseph yattaw 1799 in canada moved to vergennes vt.and back and forth to family when she got older.looking for both there graves.i'm putting together the tree to share.any hints,thank you....p.s. have road the hills to every cemetary i can and on line..
 

Name: steven burnette <burnettesteven38@yahoo.com>
Date: 2009-05-28
Comments:
Dear who it my concern
This is my Grandma and grandpa in Churubusco New Roman Catholic Cemetery please up date site

POUPORE
POUPORE /
Leo P. / 1912 - / 1976
Cordelia / 1905 - / 1984


 

Name: Eva Leona Denny Honsa <Honsa@pctcnet.net>
Date: 2009-05-27
Comments:
I have alot of family in that area so I am gratefull for the chance to search you site.
 

Name: J. Tom Hopkins <tomhopkins@yahoo.com>
Date: 2009-05-24
Comments:
thanks- was looking for infomation on a Robert C Berry Robert Casper or Robert Clifton born 10 Feb 1836 Westville, Franklin NY-Any help appreciated Tom Hopkins
tomhopkins@yahoo.com

 

Name: Susan Haist <shaist@comcast.net>
Date: 2009-05-21
Comments:
My ex inlaws were the Hathaways, Ivan and Thelma....great people!
 

Name: Keith Herkalo <herkalok@cityofplattsburgh-ny,gov>
Date: 2009-05-14
Comments:
thanks

 

Name: JAN BUTLER <JJAB49@AOL.COM>
Date: 2009-05-07
Comments:
LOOKING FOR INFO ON REVOR FAMILY OF CARRIE REVOR CORDICK
 

Name: Deborah Gonyea <debi201@yahoo.com>
Date: 2009-05-05
Comments:
I just stopped by. Both of my parents are buried here. Thank you for this site.
 

Name: Janet Hoy Sterling <chatlake1@aol.com>
Date: 2009-05-04
Comments:
Congratulations for the wonderful job you all have done in recording the graves in this cemetery and the great way you organized them.
After becoming very frustrated trying to find the grave sites of my great grandparents, Thomas and Ellen Finnell, who lived in Altona, a friend finally found them for me in ST. Patrick's Cemetery. I discovered that I had probably passed Thomas's grave stone hundreds of times through the years on my way to Alix's by way of the road to High Falls!

 

Name: John Bingham <john.bingham@dal.ca>
Date: 2009-05-01
Comments:
My gg-grandfather was a Roscoe (Robertson J., b. 1818 Elizabethtown, d. 1910 Carlisle). I am so grateful for the fine transcription work! Thank you!
 

Name: Jean Courtney <jean-courntey@comcast.com>
Date: 2009-05-01
Comments:
Looking for my great great grandmother in st Josephs cemetery in Moores new york, Mary Louise St. Denis and daughter Eva.
 

Name: Madonna Wyman <wymanmapa@comcast.net>
Date: 2009-04-27
Comments:
The Tombstone Transcription Project has been incredibly helpful in finding ancestors. I cannot thank you enough for the time and energy expended in obtaining these records.
 

Name: JAN BEAVER <beaver2@srt.com>
Date: 2009-04-24
Comments:
THIS SITE HAS BEEN A GOD SEND TO ME. I HAVE SEVERAL OF MY RELATIVES BURIED IN CLINTON AND ESSEX COUNTY. I AM CURRENTLY WORKING ON MY GENEALOGY AND THE INFORMATION I HAV E GOTTEN HAS MADE MY JOB A BIT EASIER. FOR THAT I AM TRULY THANKFUL.

SINCERELY,

JAN DUNDAS BEAVER

 

Name: clifford rafter <crafter1@twcny.rr.com>
Date: 2009-04-23
Comments:
I have quesition about some of the graves. Becuase I Don,t see my two uncles on your Transcription Project. Would it be possible for you to call me at 769-7003 Becuase I was always told that I had others there Thank you Cliff Rafter
 

Name: CONNIE WHITE <CONNIE2251@YAHOO.COM>
Date: 2009-04-18
Comments:
MY GREAT GRANDFATHER WAS ALFRED WHITE
 

Name: Al Cooper <coopera@t-net.ne.jp>
Date: 2009-04-13
Comments:
Gloria Mashtare...RIP. I know/knew Gloria from my early years in the USAF. It's literally been YEARS since I thought about her, but I remember her as a pioneer in women's equality in those early years...mid 60's or so. GOD BLESS! You are NOT forgotten by those whose lives you touched.

Al Cooper, TSgt, USAF, Retired

 

Name: Bettianne Quinn <Bettianneqn@comcast.net>
Date: 2009-04-11
Comments:
Thank you so much for putting these online. I am researching the Quinns and would love to connect with anyone doing the same.
 

Name: Jenny Tozzi <jen@tozzifamily.com>
Date: 2009-04-05
Comments:
I was disappointed when reviewing the list of names, that all of my loved ones were included, except for my mother. She has been buried in this cemetery since 1975. Jeanette T. LaPierre 1934-1975
 

Name: Tia DeNicolo <saddlessteakhouse@yahoo.com>
Date: 2009-03-30
Comments:
Rest in peace mom and dad- never forgoten, always in our hearts
 

Name: Wes Tredo <wltredo@yahoo.com>
Date: 2009-03-30
Comments:
great info. to clear up Bridget Riley Tredo buried at St. Marys, Brushton died on 8-8-1894. looks like some one marked the stone wrong she was 43 yrs, 7mo. and 10 days old at death.

thanks
Wes

 

Name: Matthew Farina <mafarina@aol.com>
Date: 2009-03-21
Comments:
The pictures are great! I have visited the site several times but never could get the photos like yours. I am past president and now newsletter editor of the Capital Distict Civil War Round Table (Albany, NY). We are working with Brendan Mills, John Brown Site manager, to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Brown's Raid at Harpers Ferry. The event is scheduled for Aug 1-2, 2009 at the farm. If you send me your email, I will send info to you. If your group would like to have an information tent at the event, please let me know. Thank you.
 

Name: Claudine Maltais <claudinem@earthlink.net>
Date: 2009-03-20
Comments:
Hello,
I just seen my Father Listed on this Site Davis C. Maltais
Does any one know if there anyone related that I can get in touch with. I'm David's Daughter and David has a son named Chris Maltais. Any help would be great. Thank you,
Claudine S. Maltais

 

Name: Caye & Ross Christensen <cayeross@yahoo.com>
Date: 2009-03-13
Comments:
We would like to express our thanks for the task of recording the Lewis/Center/ Cemetery next to the Congregational Church. We stopped for an afternoon to search the cemetery while on vacation in 1998. We searched and searched and searched, found a few. We are so appreciative of the time you put into this recorded information of the tombstones. Our family is the Widow Nicholson. Sarah Steel married John Nicholson after his death in Canton Center, CT the Widow Nicholson came to Lewis along with all her children. James, Mary, Jemima, Sally,Cyrus, Clarrisa, Persa and John. James m. Eddie Mason, Mary m. Alexander Morse, Jemima m. Dr. Alphenus Morse, Cyrus m. Charlotte Sykes, Sally and Persa m. David Sykes, John married Lucinda. (would love to find her maiden name). John and Lucinda & 7 children left Lewis to Cuyahogo Co. Ohio in the 1830's and came to the Wisconsin Territory, Waukesha Co.about 1839. Caye Christensen Racine, WI
thanks again Hi to Kathrine Sweat the historian of Lewis that helped me when I first started this project in 1998.

 

Name: J Ellard <ellardconstruction@tiscali.co.uk>
Date: 2009-03-11
Comments:
Iam tracing my family tree i am so pleased to find some graves listed.Ilong to get intouch with decendants of John and Rose Ingram ,John came from England he was my gt grandmas brother they lived in Clinton.They had 12 children and in the 1900 census only 5 are living.Hard times and sad times.
Thank you Jan England

 

Name: JAMES M OBRIEN <SHAMUS18201@VERIZON.NET>
Date: 2009-02-28
Comments:
GREAT SITE LOVE rootsweb and ancestory, thank you james obrien
 

Name: Richard Pond <rbear18555@aol.com>
Date: 2009-02-23
Comments:
Just ran across this site while researching information on my father Walter H. Pond.....What a wonderful resource...Thanks for the great work.
 

Name: Melody Gay Reynolds Strickland <mgstrickland@bellsouth.net>
Date: 2009-02-19
Comments:
Found my Great Great Grand Fathers Grave! Not to mention,his wife's name.Thanks Gay
 

Name: Jef Parks <jefparx@charter.net>
Date: 2009-02-17
Comments:
Nice job. Those are nice photo's, and as someone researching my own family history, they are very much apprciated! I hope any & all who are researching family genealogy appreciate the type of work that people like you put into this! GREAT JOB!
 

Name: Susan Mayton <susan113s@yahoo.com>
Date: 2009-02-13
Comments:
I am trying to track my maternal family. My mother was Catherine Gaff. Her mother was Marie Louise LaPrade. Marie's father was Napoleon LaPrade, who is buried in your cemetery in the Oshier plot. Is there any information on the connection to Oshier??? I have never heard that name.
Thanks for any help.

 

Name: David Glenn <daveglenn@charter.net>
Date: 2009-02-08
Comments:
I have the information for the eight burials in the Ross Family Vault on family property just west of the Briar Hill or Essex Cemetery, Essex, NY and the permission of the family (Tilly Close) to provide it for your site. How do I go about getting the data to you?
 

Name: rosemary dimaria <rosmag50@yahoo.com>
Date: 2009-02-07
Comments:
i have just found my great-grandfather. his name was edward foote, born 1866, died 1935. he was buried at st. alphonsus cemetery section 1, row 2. i wish i knew the name of his parents. is it possible to find out this information? his second wife cora conway foote was on his death cert. his first wife was my great-grandmother my grandfaters mother. his name was harry m. foote. after he married cora he took his grand mothers last name oh henderson. he did this when he became an adult. he lived in grand rapids, kent county, michigan. do you have anyother info. thank you
 

Name: Douglas Fahnlander <waldo81841@hotmail.com>
Date: 2009-02-04
Comments:
Thank you for posting this information, it provided the answer to who the wife of my Jeremiah Center was.
 

Name: Howard Merrill <hjmerril@eatel.net>
Date: 2009-02-03
Comments:
Very interesting and useful site. We are trying to database the Merrill/Merrell family nationwide. We are looking particularly for info on Merrills buried at Brookside cemetery, Bloomingdle, NY. It doesn't look like that one has been transcribed yet.
Howard and Jean Merrill, Baton Rouge, LA

 

Name: Phillip Juvet <pjuvet@foothill.net>
Date: 2009-01-22
Comments:
I found the McLellan list of the names at Riverside Cemetery in Plattsburg. My grandmother and grandfather are buried there. I notice that the date of death for Bessie Juvet is missing. She passed away in 1975 in Stockton, California. It does show on the stone in my photo. They had four children. Ruth, Richard, Robert(my father), and Elizabeth.
 

Name: Matt B <mcb040254@aol.com>
Date: 2009-01-21
Comments:
What a great site. I found my Great grandfathers grave and have some information. George Premo, buried in St. Francis of Assisi cemetery in Constable New York, Franklin County. There is a note that the date of death is not carved on the stone. He died in 1974. He had paid to have the stone carved after his death, but the monument company went out of business before he died. He had 3 Sons, Mark, Mathias, and Matthew, all deceased. Matthew Premo was my Grandfather. Having grown up in Malone New York, this site brings back memories of people that I have known. Thanks again for all the work you did to make this site possible.
 

Name: Fred in Pensacola FL <FRRoss 1234@Hotmail.com>
Date: 2009-01-21
Comments:
This information on this site has been a goldd mide for my families geneology search, even though the one cemetary in the region where we know ancestors are buried has not yet been transcribed. Keep up the great work!
 

Name: Yves Boulais <yboulais@twcny.rr.com>
Date: 2009-01-16
Comments:
Thank you for all your work on this project. I still refer to it on occasion to save me a trip to the cemetery. Thanks again!
 

Name: ron bushior <aurelian9@earthlink.net>
Date: 2009-01-15
Comments:
my Uncle Loyal Alfred Bushior and Aunt Bernadette Bushior are buried @ St. Louis Cemetery, in Sciota/Chazy.
The family name is listed as Bushio without the r at the end.
These people are of the Bourgea family.
thank you
Ron Bushior

 

Name: wilma bramlette <wbramlette@centurytel.net>
Date: 2009-01-13
Comments:
What a wonderful site you have made,I was able to find my greatgrandparents and great great grandparents. Botsford,Crippen, Thayer. Still a few questions unanswered.
Thank you so much.

 

Name: Tom Ryan <tomfryan@neb.rr.com>
Date: 2009-01-10
Comments:
Heartfelt thanks to Kelly Townsend for transcribing the St. Patrick's Cemetery, Chateaugay, NY information. It is most helpful.
 

Name: kate renner <k8ren@comcast.net>
Date: 2009-01-04
Comments:
Do you have a current email for the Essex County Historical Society? echs@northnet.org did not work. Thanks
 

Name: colleen girouard <girouards@roadrunner.com>
Date: 2008-12-25
Comments:
girouard is mispelled in st. alphonsus cemetary and there are more Roots buried here, some are babies, don't know if you want to add , change? email me, if you want.

colleen

 

Name: Pamela Longhurst <pamela_longhurst@hotmail.com>
Date: 2008-12-23
Comments:
Hi, Thanks for all your hard work. I appreciate it. I am related to Augustin Vondell in the St. Mary's Cemetery, Fort Covington, Franklin, New York, USA. He is my 4th great-grandfather. Any other family members out there please contact me. I would love to share our findings. Thanks, Pamela.
 

Name: bill <dolwood215@optonline.net>
Date: 2008-04-02
Comments:
am looking for info on family from clinton and essex co ny 1800's thanks
 

Name: Norma Waters <cbwaters@aol.com>
Date: 2008-03-30
Comments:
I cannot thank you enough for all the work you have done to help us genealogists. I found pics today of my great-great-great-great uncle and aunt. Thanks!
 

Name: Mary La Moy <marymarypl@aol.com>
Date: 2008-03-28
Comments:
Nice to find this. We buried my dad a few years ago. we had him cremated and then buried him ourselves in our granddad's grave and never even thought about having to get him registered somehow. Now that I have reviewed the pages, I realize we should in order to have a trail. Thanks for your efforts.
 

Name: Diann wilcox <dinnwilcox@comcast.net>
Date: 2008-03-18
Comments:
What a wonderful site to help find my ancestors!
 

Name: bill isaacs <dolwood215@optonline.net>
Date: 2008-03-15
Comments:
iam looking for death, burials,baptism, marriage for names godin, gordon, grandbois boudris, josephine boudrias, pierre godin , simon godin, gordon. joseph grandbois was to have died 25nov. 1869 77yrs old buried st. john bapiste cemetery kesseville ny. any help would be appreciaded. thank you
 

Name: Dan Reandeau <tup24@adelphia.net>
Date: 2008-03-06
Comments:
I need some help finding a grave. His name was Eli Benware and he died Feb 6, 1866. I have paper work that says that he is buried here and his stone is broken.....Help
 

Name: Sharron Hewston, Town Historian <tojplanning@charterinternet.com>
Date: 2008-03-06
Comments:
HELLO JOYCE,
THE FOLOWING INFORMATION IS OF THE UTMOST IMPORTANCE TO EDUCATING THE PUBLIC IN REGARDS TO FINDING THEIR ANCESTORS FINAL RESTING PLACE(S), IN REGARDS TO THEIR EXACT LOCATION. THERE ARE THREE, LOCAL CEMETERIES, WITHIN THE HAMLET OF AU SABLE FORKS,N.Y. *PLEASE KEEP IN MIND THAT AU SABLE FORKS, N.Y. IS ACTUALLY DIVIDED INTO TWO, DEFFERENT TOWNSHIPS AND COUNTIES! *THE HOLY NAME CATHOLIC CEMETERY AND *THE FAIRVIEW CEMETERY ARE LOCATED WITHIN THE COUNTY OF CLINTON AND THE TOWNSHIP OF BLACK BROOK, HERE IN THE FORKS. *THE NORTH JAY CEMETERY IS LOCATED IN THE HAMLET OF AU SABLE FORKS,N.Y. WITHIN THE COUNTY OF ESSEX AND TOWNSHIP OF JAY. *Please note that Au Sable, is two, separate French words. The English translation means "of sand". Our US Federal Post Office cancelation stamp is spelt correctly, with three, individual words, which are Au Sable Forks. Our Hamlet consists of the the same three, individual words. *Our Hamlet is never just Au Sable, because Keeseville,N.Y. has Township of Au Sable! This has ALWAYS caused great confusion for families who visit our area in search of their family's Genealogy Roots, and their search for the accurate Township (Records).
In the past, and to this day, Au Sable Forks is referred to as the "The Forks", because this is where the East and the West Branches of the great Au Sable River merge together. On behalf of our constituents, and as Historian for the Township of Jay and Deputy Historian for the Township of Black Brook, I want to "Thank You, Joyce" for your prompt assistance in regards to correcting any Hamlet spelling errors, in regards to our home town.
I sincerely hope that this local, and factual information, will be of great assistance for those families searching for their ancestors in the future years to come.

 

Name: Sharron Hewston, Historian <tojplanning@charterinternet.com>
Date: 2008-03-04
Comments:
Joyce,
I commend you for "A JOB WELL DONE" in regards to your wonderful creation of the Black River Cemetery, Website, located in Westport, N.Y. My ancestors were laid to rest there. My Daniels ancestors date back to 1817, while my West ancestors date back to 1834.Do you know of any "Daniels,or West Families" still residing in the area? I would appreciate any information pertaining to these families.
Township of Jay Historian,Sharron Hewston,4th of March 2008

 

Name: Colleen Pelletier <catalib@plattsburghlib.org>
Date: 2008-03-03
Comments:
I wish I had known of this a long time ago. It is worth it's weight in gold to a librarian. Could you possibly do a press release for the Press-Republican? We intend to put the link on our library website as a recommended genealogy website.
Colleen Pelletier
Librarian
Plattsburgh Public Library
19 Oak Street
Plattsburgh, NY 12901
(518) 563-0921 Reference Desk ext. 7447

 

Name: Raymond Quick <raymond5773@cox.net>
Date: 2008-03-01
Comments:
Very good found markers of ggg grand
 

Name: Mary Kane <5kanes@comcast.net>
Date: 2008-02-29
Comments:
Dear Joyce,
Do you have any idea of the service you have done? I am more impressed each time I visit this site and have sent it on to many other. Heartfelt thanks to you and for all your hard work may the Good Lord bless you.
Mary Kane

 

Name: Ernestine DuBois <kz4bears@yahoo.com>
Date: 2008-02-28
Comments:
Thank you very much for all the time and effort you put
into this project. I am working on my husband's family
tree and was pleasantly surprised to find this information
available on the internet.
There is one correction needed for my husband's grandmother's name. It should read Marie DUBOIS FOY, not
Marie DUBOIS ROY (Notre Dame Cemetery)

 

Name: Mark W Chase <mchase@earthlink.net>
Date: 2008-02-28
Comments:
GOOD JOB! WHERE CAN WE FIND E-MAIL ADDRESSES TO CEMETERY ASS.?
 

Name: henry boyea <hboyea@localnet.com>
Date: 2008-02-26
Comments:
Thank you
 

Name: Michael and Marion Sowka <Chesowkas@sbcglobal.net>
Date: 2008-02-24
Comments:
We were so pleased that you took the time and effort to gather this information and post it online. We hope you can correct a couple of errors: Dad's middle initial (Hans J. Sowka) is not I it is J. and mom's (Helen P. Mueller) year of death in not 1999, but 1992. We wished she would have been with us that long. Thanks and God bless.
 

Name: Pauline J Bushey <pollyinaz@cybertrails.com>
Date: 2008-02-19
Comments:
Thank you...a really great find for me. I'm not through yet!
 

Name: BONNIE <dmgolfer@sbcglobal.net>
Date: 2008-02-17
Comments:
Researching families:

LOVEJOY VERMONT, CANADA, WISCONSIN, INDIANA, SOUTH DAKOTA AND NY
MANNING CANADA, NY, WISCONSIN, VERMONT
BOSWORTH NY AND WISCONSIN
WOOD MASSACHUSETTS, NEW YORK, VERMONT AND WISCONSIN
DICKIE CANADA, NOVA SCOTIA VERMONT AND WISCONSIN
BRIERE CANADA, NY AND WISCONSIN
DAGLE/DAIGLE CANADA, NY AND WISCONSIN
LATTIN NY, CANADA AND WISCONSIN

 

Name: Donna Wright <dlwright7@verizon.net>
Date: 2008-02-09
Comments:
I vistited the St. Bernard's Cemetry page on Bunks website and I found my father listed correctly - Francis A. died in 1955. However, my mother is not listed and I was wondering if you could list her. She is also buried with my father, Francis A. Walter. Her information is: Clara Walter Daniels - Born January 4, 1912, Died October 8, 2003. I really would appreciate this. Thank you.
 

Name: deb fortino <debjay6534@aol.com>
Date: 2008-02-08
Comments:
Chilson community cemetery help me out a lot
thank you for all the work put into it

 

Name: Robert Lewis Erwin <erwinrus@hotmail.com>
Date: 2008-01-30
Comments:
My father is Clark Erwin,son of Lewis G. Erwin,son of W.S. Erwin,son of George W. Erwin,son of Cornelis M. Erwin,son of Gen David Erwin.I hope this makes since. I am glad I now know where Gen david Erwin is buried.I live in Bozeman Montana
 

Name: Donna Gallagher <seaurc7@yahoo.com>
Date: 2008-01-27
Comments:
Wonderful work,
Thank you very much. Looking for family name Choiniere.
George Choiniere married Adaline Ashline and they lived in Malone.

 

Name: sue anne sayre lacy <lacynon@aol.com>
Date: 2008-01-26
Comments:
It is so great to find this information on the computer but more important that it is being preserved for future generations. Every summer we love to visit our ancestors and think of all their accomplishments. Thanks to everyone involved in these projects. Sue
 

Name: William F. Blackburn <nobossretired45@att.net>
Date: 2008-01-08
Comments:
Thank you for all the information listed here. Great job and God Bless you for the work doing this.
 

Name: Jerry L Sussey <jlsussey@aol.com>
Date: 2008-01-01
Comments:
Extremely great record keeping. I commend the perso or person who have done this work

Thank You

 

Name: Michelle ST-Denis <cstdenis@twcny.rr.com>
Date: 2007-12-31
Comments:
I would like to know why my mothers name has not been included under the Rottier markings along with my sisters and Aunts baby. The ST. John Bosco Church has this information as to who have been buried in this plot.
 

Name: Tanya Breese <tbreese823@alltel.net>
Date: 2007-12-29
Comments:
Thank you so much for this awesome website! Was able to find many of my Seguin's and Houle's. Very helpful! Thanks again!
 

Name: dave young <jdy@frontiernet.net>
Date: 2007-12-22
Comments:
researching the following names. McGarr patent cemetary. Peter, Mike and Mary (Callahan). Other names include John McGarr b 1872 d 1946 and his wife Margaret McGarr Signor b 1878 d 1969. Both are buried in the St. Augustine Roman catholic church. If anyone has more info please contact me.
 

Name: Ted C. Sweeney <tsweeney4960@charter.net>
Date: 2007-12-21
Comments:
We have been researching the Haney and Powers side of our family tree since 1999 and stumbled onto this site. Canada is way out in front of the US when is comes to posting genealogy information onto the web.
Thank you
The Sweeney family from North Canaan, CT, USA

 

Name: Cindy Foster <cindyfoster@nc.rr.com>
Date: 2007-12-19
Comments:
I don't see a private contact email, so I'll post here. I believe the transcriber of the Memorial Cemetery in Willsboro made a mistake. George and Nancy Foster Calvert died on these dates but in the years 1847 and 1849. George's age must have been calculated based on age at death. He was born 1819.

The correct information can be found at http://www.rootsweb.com/~nyessex/deaths.htm

George and Nancy Foster Calvert were married 02 Jul 1843 in Schuyler Co., IL; where 3 of Nancy's brothers lived and returned to their NY family home after their son George was born 1845.

CALVERT
George W born 1790 died Sep 6, 1817; Age 27Yr
Husband of Nancy died Sep 9, 1819

CALVERT
Nancy died Sep 9, 1819
Wife of George W born 1790 died Sep 6, 1817; Age 27Yr


 

Name: Ernest Clark <art@alltel.net>
Date: 2007-12-17
Comments:
Looking for information on Myron A. Clark wives Lucy and Anna
 

Name: James H. Hough <patchesbing@aol.com>
Date: 2007-12-15
Comments:
Great site. Been finding many of my relatives. Thank you
 

Name: Deborah (Gregory) Mischenko <dcgm.1959@gmail.com or dcmischenko@yahoo.com>
Date: 2007-12-13
Comments:
Im looking for info on the Gregory from Ellenburg.
Also any on these sur names. Gregory,Smith,Williamson,Kelly,O'Brien,O'Donnell,Warsen,Maynard,Gadway. God Bless

 

Name: Deborah (Gregory) Mischenko <dcgm.1959@gmail.com or dcmischenko@yahoo.com>
Date: 2007-12-13
Comments:
Great site very helpful. Is anyone going to put on St. Benard's Church in Lyon Mountain, NY? God Bless Everyone who takes time to put these sites together for our use.
 

Name: John Vivlamore <jvroadrunner@aol.com>
Date: 2007-12-04
Comments:
Great work. Thank you.My grand father was born George Racine in 1873.He was adoped by Clover Mitchell after his parents died.He is listed on the 1880 census as 6 years old living with Clover in Ellengurg,ny.I can find nothing on the Racines or Clover after that.
 

Name: John Vivlamore <jvroadrunner@aol.com>
Date: 2007-12-04
Comments:
Great work. Thank you
 

Name: Mary Mullarney-Bode <rmbode@aol.com>
Date: 2007-11-28
Comments:
Looking for my fathers parents
 

Name: Roland T. Oathout Sr. <grayghost@citlink.net>
Date: 2007-11-22
Comments:
Looking for any info on Oares(Hoars)mostly John W Hoar from England and Elizabeth Davenport wife of John W.from Saratoga NY. Dates are from middle 1800s to early 1900s.
 

Name: Vanessa Norman <vanessanorman@gmail.com>
Date: 2007-11-17
Comments:
This was a big help to my family tree. I appreciate you having this websight. Its hard for me to visit my me'mere (Gandmother) Theresa Pilon from Az, but seeing her name on here seems like Im there any way. Thank-You
 

Name: Robert V. Hayes Sr <RHayes8775@aol.com>
Date: 2007-11-12
Comments:
One of my relatives married Orville Van Smith. Her name was Mary (Hayes)Smith and is buried in Mounttain View but I don't see her listed on any of the inscriptions. I see Orvills father and mother listed there. Could it be they lost her name someplace.
 

Name: Randy J. Courtney <RandyCourtney@msn.com>
Date: 2007-11-09
Comments:
I could not find a cemetery called "Holy Name Cemetery", I'm not sure which township it is in. I thought Ausable?
 

Name: Howard P. Sears Jr <HPSearsjr@aol.com>
Date: 2007-11-02
Comments:
Very interesting and helpful information. My grandparents Thomas A. and Jennie A (Shields) are burried here. I visited the family graves with my mother in the mid 80's and have very good pictures of the monuments, but did not record the info which you have provided. At the age of 80, one seems to take a greater interest in their ancestry. I commend your good work.

HPS

 

Name: Daniel Gould <gouldd@charter.net>
Date: 2007-11-01
Comments:
Great sight. Sure helps with family geneaologhy research.
 

Name: F R Ross, Pensacola FL <FRRoss1234@Hotmail.com>
Date: 2007-10-30
Comments:
Found hundreds of "Martin"s, 1/10 to 1/20 who are actual relatives. The only problem, the one cemetary in Keene, Essex Co, NY where I know relatives are resting, is not yet online.
 

Name: julie pena <jj4ma@charter.net>
Date: 2007-10-30
Comments:
I want to thank you for having this on file. I was helping my mom to locate the birth of her parents for her passport application, and this was a great help

sincerely
julie

 

Name: ALLEN "BUD" DAVENPORT <buddavenport33@verizon.net>
Date: 2007-10-27
Comments:
You will never realize how helpful this site is to people like me, that are not able to go back to the listed areas you have. I was born in Plattsburg 74 years ago and currently reside in Williamsburg, VA.

There are no longer any family members left to turn to.

Bud Davenpor

 

Name: Nancy Walters <Nwaltersmema@aol.com>
Date: 2007-10-27
Comments:
The persons name Annie Parks Wife of Charles Parks ,Should be Charles& Annie Perks Charles Born Feb.14,1820 Kenilworth Warwickshire, England. Died July 21,1920 Lake Placid His wife is Annie E. Gill daughter of Simon &Mary Gill Annie was Born Aug. 1848 Montreal Que. Canada She died on July 1,1899 Lake Placid . Their are other Family Name Perks buried next to them . Iam the Gr-gr- grand-Daughter of Charles&Annie Perks . If you need any Proof of this please let me know . I do Know their are other family members looking for the Perks Family. Thank You For the time you have spent doing this project.
Nancy E. Walters

 

Name: ginny <siggia@mit.edu>
Date: 2007-10-26
Comments:
At http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~frgen/clinton/chazy/rural.htm,
the inscription (towards the top) that someone said is probably Hebrew, is actually Russian.

 

Name: Kevin Reed <kreed14@twcny.rr.com>
Date: 2007-10-24
Comments:
Grandson of Gordon and Elsie Vosburgh
Newphew of Richard and Gertrude Reed
Grandnephew of Earl Vosburgh

Currently living in Baldwinsville, New York

 

Name: Thomas George <george97@bellsouth.net>
Date: 2007-10-15
Comments:
Is it possible to contribute photographs to this website?
 

Name: Anthony G <lincster@icqmail.com>
Date: 2007-10-14
Comments:
good day,
wish I could understand how people in charge of cemetery's can be so negligent of their responsibilities.
I lost a sister in August of 1960, she was buried in the Riverside cemetery of Plattsburge, New York of the same time. However to this day, there is no record of her. can someone please explain to me how this can possibly happen. It is real insulting to me and my family.
sincerely,
Anthony

 

Name: Patricia Gursky <bothsidesnow@msn.com>
Date: 2007-10-10
Comments:
Glad to see this information on the web! Just so you know, the death date of my father, Frank Demshaw, was March 19, 1972.
Thank you for your hard work!
Pat Gursky

 

Name: Sharron Perry <shash6@westelcom.com>
Date: 2007-10-06
Comments:
I am looking for a person to contact regarding the cemetary
records of the Petis Cemetary in Paul Smith's N.Y.
just as you turn left going from Paul Smith's to Saranac
Lake -
Small cemetary on the left
thank you for any info

 

Name: Lucille (Rollins) Janssen <angelsart@mac.com>
Date: 2007-10-03
Comments:
My grandfather was Bert Rollins and his father was Laurentine W. Rollins.
His mother was Melissa (Aldrich) Rollins who is buried in the Fairview Cemetery, I believe in Springfield, MA. Laurentine was about 16 years older than Melissa and so that explains why he is buried in Dickinson Center where their children were born. Myrtle who is buried at Ives Cemetery, too, is his daughter who died at 20 years old. I believe the Oris is possibly Laurentine's brother or cousin.
Would love to visit Dickinson Center sometime. I have photos of Alligator Rock by a pond which is in the area somewhere. I live in Santa Barbara, California and am the youngest of the Rollins children by Henry and Vivian Rollins with Bert Rollins being my father's father and Laurentine is Bert's father.

 

Name: Jean Houseknecht <gj759@hotmail.com>
Date: 2007-09-27
Comments:
This has been most helpful in finding some of my ancestors. I can't imagine how dedicated and painstaking these people have been in cataloging and listing all these cemeteries. Thank you so much for your diligence.

 

Name: Joe C. <jdjbcs@comcast.net>
Date: 2007-09-23
Comments:
Great site! I have family (Campbell and Duffy) from Chateaugay and Churubusco. I may have some photos of some cemetery stones. Who can I sen them to?
keep up the good work

 

Name: dolores zaffarano <dodi56@twcny.rr.com>
Date: 2007-09-14
Comments:
I am looking for the graves of Salina Stone Clifford and her husband William. They should be somewhere in Malone cemetery.
 

Name: ahwi <none>
Date: 2007-09-14
Comments:
harrietstown cem needs update pictures and list deeds
 

Name: Charles Moore <charlesmoore@motorola.com>
Date: 2007-09-10
Comments:
Great project, keep up the good work. My ancestors are from Moriah, NY, I live in Langhorne, PA. My parents are buried in South Moriah Cemetery, but I'm sure I have others I don't know about.
 

Name: Mary Elwood <mbridget8@verizon.net>
Date: 2007-09-01
Comments:
Even after I have worked on my genealogy for years, this really helped me. I was adopted from Plattsburgh back in 1932, and have lived in Herkimer County and Schoharie County from 1936 until now. Thank you.
 

Name: Maxine Tuttle Martin <mmartin46815@yahoo.com>
Date: 2007-08-29
Comments:
Thanks you for all the information that has been downloaded on Franklin County. It is wonderful to be able to set at my computer in Fort Wayne, IN and find information on my family that covers several towns in the county. You have no idea how much it is appreciated. Thanks again
 

Name: Marie Chillson McQuarrie <fmm@cox.net>
Date: 2007-08-29
Comments:
What a nice website. I am a decendent of Waters Chillson and much appreciated seeing his headstone.

Thank You so much
Marie Chillson McQuarrie

 

Name: john matteson <princesetpt@yahoo.com>
Date: 2007-08-29
Comments:
haave been searching the Whitman fanily background-My Mother May Matteson daughter of Ella Whitman.
 

Name: Lynn Lavier <babycakes102@twcny.rr.com>
Date: 2007-08-27
Comments:
Thank you for all the work putting this together. I have found a lot of relatives.
 

Name: Donna Reome <lildreome@yahoo.com>
Date: 2007-08-22
Comments:
I think this is a great idea and im glade we have caring people to take the time to do this for all the lost loved ones.
 

Name: Sandi Lee Craig <ewfarm87@airmail.net>
Date: 2007-08-03
Comments:
Could you add to Maria Rowley's information that her maiden name is HOFFNAGLE, she was the daughter of John Hoffnagle, Jr. and Phebe Sheldon.

Also have a newspaper clipping that shows her daughter, Maria Harriet Amanda Rowley Finney was buried in this cemetery - the stone is missing. Mrs. Finney died Jan 24, 1916 in Burlington, VT and a notice was printed in the E-town Post Gazette Feb 3, 1916 stating burial was in the Lakeview Cemetery. Stone presently missing [Aug 2007]

 

Name: karen Pettigrew <berge48@aol.com>
Date: 2007-07-31
Comments:
Thank you for this wonderful site. I know it was a lot of work and it is much appreciated!!!!!!!!!
Karen

 

Name: Sharon Thatcher <sthatche@nycap.rr.com>
Date: 2007-07-29
Comments:
Looking for Thatcher's (Ticonderoga, Essex, Co., etc) and Bessette's of Whitehall, NY.
 

Name: Michelle Lyons <mimimoose@hotmail.com>
Date: 2007-07-28
Comments:
Thank you for all your hard work. I am interested in the Ladd Cemetary. I will be visiting the area the 1st week in August and was wondering if this is an active cemetary, and if so who can I contact? One of my ancestors, Robert Fosburgh, is buried there. His stone is damaged and if it is affordable I would like to have it repaired. Are there any written records of the burials here? My primary search is for Robert's sister, Mahetable Fosburgh, my great grandmother. She also died in Duane but I have been unable to locate where she was buried. M. Lyons, Kent WA
 

Name: Jeannette Dumas <jeannettetdumas@yahoo.com>
Date: 2007-07-25
Comments:
What this site has done in transcribing the stones at all of these cemeteries is a blessing to everyone, both dead and alive. It preserves the data that is valuable in keeping alive the history of those who have passed on and assists those who are trying to find their family roots. I think the same thing needs to be done with every cemetery in every state, including in Canada, so that all of this valuable data will never be lost. It's a shame to sit back and watch it all slowly disappear as time, acid rain and the weather elements erodes stones and the sadness of increased vandalism does further harm.
 

Name: Couch <beaucouc@up.net>
Date: 2007-07-25
Comments:
First class resource quite well presented.
 

Name: Leslie Chapman <LKChap@aol.com>
Date: 2007-07-20
Comments:
I am related to the William Tryon whose photo is online. Where can I find original information on his burial? Also, I would like to speak with the individual who photographed this stone. Thank you.

 

Name: theresa caprario <caprariocp@aol.com>
Date: 2007-07-18
Comments:
I am a decendent of the Sanchagrin family. I live in California. THANK YOU, so much for having this web site. I was able to see the birth year and death year, of my grandfather and great grandfather.
 

Name: Charles Smith <csmith128@nycap.rr.com>
Date: 2007-07-17
Comments:
I am looking for information regarding the life and grave of Albert W. Amidon located in Franklin Falls. He was a 2 year old who died in 1847 and the grave stands alone in the woods. people visit from all over the coutry and sign a guestbook that is attached to a tree there.
 

Name: Claire Upton <claireinfl@yahoo.com>
Date: 2007-07-17
Comments:
To all who volunteer for this site...
Thank you so very much for all your work...
There are no works in the world to describe the joy you are bringing to others by your hard work.
God Bless you ,
Claire

 

Name: Linda Hancock <han1954@talkamerica.net>
Date: 2007-07-15
Comments:
Thank you for all your hard work! Because of your efforts, I just found a picture of my great-grandparents gravesite (George Carr/Matilda Miner, Havens Cemetery, Port Henry). What a thrill this is to find a piece of my family's history! Thank you, thank you, THANK YOU!!!

Linda (Maple) Hancock

 

Name: G. Marie Agnew-Marcelli, Ph.D. <gmam48@msn.com>
Date: 2007-07-09
Comments:
Blessings on you for this priceless resource! With all my ancestors for 5 generations from Essex, Clinton and Franklin Counties I have made many treks to Plattsburgh to access the McClellan records. Now I am too old to make the 450 mile drive but this website now reopens a door to solve many of my "stonewalls."
 

Name: Lynn Reed <Zlcbookclub @yahoo.com>
Date: 2007-07-04
Comments:
Thank you for making the cemetary records available online.
I was able to find my grgrgrandfather Gilbert Allen in the Old Clintonville cemetary using these records. I am still searching for my other relative Mary Ann Dragoon, b earlier
1800's.

 

Name: thomas j ginnett <g-man1964@earthlink.net>
Date: 2007-07-04
Comments:
thanks to your efforts I found my great,great grandfather.
he fought in the civil war and I have great interest in that.thanks so much.
thomas j ginnett

 

Name: heather wood <papoukairi14@aol.com>
Date: 2007-06-17
Comments:
i am the grandaughter of victor and viola drew.
 

Name: kayla wood <afibabe1684@yahoo.com>
Date: 2007-06-17
Comments:
Gravesites are nice and flowers are pretty on these sites.I am the grandaughter of Victor and viola Oshier Drew.
 

Name: Curtis and Linda Rolley <rolleylc@roadrunner.com>
Date: 2007-06-17
Comments:
Parents of Linda Rolley buried in section 6 near flagpole. Victor and Viola Oshier Drew.
 

Name: Linda LaPierre <linda.lapierre@gmail.com>
Date: 2007-05-31
Comments:
It was lovely to see the headstones of my ancestors at the Boquet Cemetery. The Burres Family and the Stringham Family.
 

Name: marilyn wallace <altagram@swoidup.net>
Date: 2007-05-30
Comments:
My Wallace's and Armstrongs were in Franklin County by 1840.
Would like to re-connect with Phyllis Thompson abt our Armstrongs!

 

Name: Claire Upton <claireinfl@tampabay.rr.com>
Date: 2007-05-21
Comments:
Thank you so very much for the hard work you are doing here. It is appreciated even if you think it is not.
God Bless you,
Claire in Florida

 

Name: Lucy Keefe <lucy_keefe@hotmail.com>
Date: 2007-05-13
Comments:
Thank you, Hanora Keefe may be our great-great grandmother. Still looking for her husband John Keefe.
 

Name: Laura Banker <lbanker7@cox.net>
Date: 2007-05-09
Comments:
It is wonderful to see my ancestors. Thank you.
 

Name: heidi cartier <bigmanlumber@hotmail.com>
Date: 2007-05-02
Comments:
This is an awesome site thank you for all the time you must have put into it Some my family is there
 

Name: Christopher Allan Lee <ahfirefly@mindspring.com>
Date: 2007-04-27
Comments:
Many of my relatives are buried in North Bangor Cemetery. My Great Great Grandfather was Newel Lee - his wife Emily Gibson. His son, Charles Newell Lee is my Great Grandfather, and my Great Grandmother Grace Minette Tryon, both buried in Vermont. My Grandfather was Newell Byron Lee, eldest of thirteen children, Grandmother Dorothy Swart, and my father, Charles Newell Lee, born Rutland Vermont 1928, passed away in Colorado Springs, Colorado in 1984, and Mom is still living there, Ella June Taggart. I;m still investigating the many Lees on this site, and would love to hear from other Lees and those related, or with information about them.

Chris Lee
Winter Park, Florida

 

Name: patricia black <patcat52@yahoo.com>
Date: 2007-04-26
Comments:
This is a wonderful project!!!!!!!! If you need information to finish some death dates, please let me know how I can help.

Patty Black

 

Name: jan fitzgerald <elkcabins@aol.com>
Date: 2007-04-18
Comments:
Now that I have located the cemetery that my grandfather was buried in---Is there a death record?
St. Mary'sCemetery, Ft. Covington, Franklin County, NY
JamesFitzgerald d. Jan 16 1870 AE 76 yrs
Mary His Wife d. OCt 24 1885 AE 88 yrs
Thanks for any help that you are able to assist me with. You're Tombstone Project was a big help. I just wish other states were as diligent.
Thank you. and Bless God, jan fitzgerald

 

Name: Forrest Manning <fcgmvt@sover.net>
Date: 2007-04-17
Comments:
A Henry Manning is buried in the Clinton Correctional Cemetery #2. Any indication when this burial took place?
 

Name: DeeDee Landry Jones <GJONES120319@HOUSTON.RR.COM>
Date: 2007-04-16
Comments:
Please add our mothers name....Doris E. Landry. She is buried next to Mary and William Martell, her parents.
Thanks

I miss her dearly!!

 

Name: Barbra White <dropsofjupiterlol@msn.com>
Date: 2007-04-08
Comments:
I have several relatives in the Elmwood Cemetery in Ft Covington...Bessie Sweet, Seward Sweet, Thompson & Moore...do you ever take pictures for people and email them? Just wondering...I live in AZ and may never get to come up there to visit...thanks
 

Name: Stephen L. Bald <sbald@carpconn.com>
Date: 2007-04-07
Comments:
I want to thank you for the work you have done. Your work has allowed me to find the grave of my father Kenneth Bald. Would you happen to know any details of his death or if he had a wife in the area? Best regards,
Stephen

 

Name: Ben Bowen <bbowen@gmail.com>
Date: 2007-04-02
Comments:
Thanks for this site! I'm hoping info on the Bowen graves will fill in some blanks for me.

Is it possible that this stone:
On the east side:
Lester BOWEN 1821 - 1907
Jane A. WILSON His Wife 1823 - 1884
Windsor D. Their Son 1858 - 1878

Reads Luther BOWEN instead of Lester? My other research leans toward Luther.

I'll have to head out to the cemetary myself to check if no one knows.

Thanks,

--Ben

 

Name: Henry Lindberg <corkyl.1@netzero.com>
Date: 2007-04-01
Comments:
Wonderful information and all in one place. Thank You.
 

Name: Christopher Allan Lee <ahfirefly@mindspring.com>
Date: 2007-03-25
Comments:
Thanks for posting this page...I was able to find the final resting place of my Great Great grandfather and mother, Newel Lee and Emily Gibson (whose last name I did not know until I found this site!

Chris Lee
Winter Park, Florida

 

Name: Lucinda Lee George <georgefarms@msn.com>
Date: 2007-03-17
Comments:
Daughter of Patricia Sumner Brewster of Elizabethtown, NY. Patricia is the daughter of Judge O. Byron Brewster
 

Name: Kim Riches <kimanddaver@shaw.ca>
Date: 2007-03-16
Comments:
I found my Great Granndfather,John karonhioton Jacobs.Rest in peace.I wish I could have known you.You would be pleased to know your great great grandson plays Lacrosse.
 

Name: John Cole <jdcole@knet.ca>
Date: 2007-03-14
Comments:
I have found info on your transcription site regarding Lydia (nee Snow) ann Smith Holt, my 4xg-grandparents. This info will hopely start the crumbling of the brick wall I have faced with researching this part of my grandmother's family tree. Thank you.

I have been looking as well for info regarding their children whom I assume were with thier parents in Keene Valley New York at least for a short time. I think my 3xg-grandfather moved to Canada in the 1820s to marry in Norfolk Co, Canada West, 7 February 1831.

Would you be able to lead me to this informantion? I certainly would appreciate any help in finding out info regarding the Holt children. Thanks and hope to hear rom you soon,

John COle, Sioux Lookout, Ontario

PS: Good luck with your excellant transcrption work, I'm sure it has and will continue to help individuals like myself.

 

Name: Stephanie Roberts <slroberts70@yahoo.com>
Date: 2007-03-12
Comments:
This site is wonderful!! I have found so many family members here. Are there plans to transcribe Assumption of St. Mary in Redford/Saranac?
 

Name: Jim Gaudet <Jrgaudet61@hotmail.com>
Date: 2007-03-09
Comments:
An excellent job on a worthwhile project. Thanks for your efforts, as someone who has been searching for ancestors in Clinton and Franklin Counties for some time.
 

Name: Glenn A Lane <glennlane1@aol.com>
Date: 2007-03-07
Comments:
Despite the fact that I visited these sites and took notes and pictures, I missed some facts. Thanks a lot for all of your effort to fill me in!
 

Name: conny Green <connygreen@aol.com>
Date: 2007-03-04
Comments:
can we send additions and new data to someone, on these cemetary burials?
 

Name: Debbie Michell <demichell@hotmail.com>
Date: 2007-02-27
Comments:
my great grandparents and great uncle are buried in Pine Ridge-an incredibly beautiful place with such a well documented history( of Saranac Lake and the sanotorium) are there records of people who worked there in the early 1900's?
 

Name: Leon DuPlanti <crocker34@sbcglobal.net>
Date: 2007-02-24
Comments:
I am trying to track down all info on ancestors. I understand my grandfather is buried at your facility in sect. #4. Could you please, if you have access to any records pertaining to his life and death, or references to same info, send them to me either in an e-mail. My mailing address is Leon F. DuPlanti
321 N. Missouri st.
Mexico MO. 65265
Ph# 573 582 9890

 

Name: Raymond R Hogan <hogan_rrbh@yahoo.com>
Date: 2007-02-22
Comments:
02/22/2007 - A very good job and it most certainly took a lot of work to complete. St Rose of Lima Roman Catholic Cemetery is of great interest to me. Many of my relatives are buried in this cemetery - HOGAN, HOUGH, KEEGAN, LEBLANC AND RYAN. I was an alter boy for Father Richard O'Donnell. I was born on the Keegan/Hogan Homestead on the Rock Street Road. The property still remains in the family.

Ray Hogan (H) 845 863 1882 (C) 914 805 2001
New Windsor, NY 12553

 

Name: sarah addoms hagar <hagarjeff@aol.com>
Date: 2007-02-17
Comments:
great info
 

Name: Denise <rnwallpaper@alltel.net>
Date: 2007-02-17
Comments:
thanks so much for putting this together. I found my Great grandmother's burial place.
 

Name: Judith Miller Droste <judydroste@yahoo.com>
Date: 2007-02-15
Comments:
Am so appreciative of this tombstone project and all that everyone has done on this web site!!
 

Name: james morgan <jmorga1323@yahoo.com>
Date: 2007-02-12
Comments:
grandson of nelson h. morgan notre dame cemetary
 

Name: Lyla Vern French <karma1028@yahoo.com>
Date: 2007-02-07
Comments:
I am looking for Joseph French's parents. Joseph was born in 1862 and died in 1947. Working geneology for Lyle Vernon French family. Joseph and Julietta was his parents. Now who was Joseph's parents? Help me unlock this mystery.
 

Name: Betty Lennon <lennone@verizon.net>
Date: 2007-02-06
Comments:
I'm looking for information on the Patrick Lennon family who I believe were from Trout River. What cemetary would be the most practical for me to look in. Thank you for all of your efforts.
 

Name: steven salls <salls771@adelphia.net>
Date: 2007-02-01
Comments:
Great site.
Would like to see some info.on Brook Side Cemetary on the Bloomingdale Rd.next to Tom Normans.

 

Name: hilton jones <hilojones@gmavt.net>
Date: 2007-02-01
Comments:
I have found this site to be invaluable
 

Name: Linda Scott <harley_0627@sympatico.ca>
Date: 2007-01-28
Comments:
Your site is wonderful. Can't thank you enough for the time and effort put into it.
 

Name: Jessica Guiney <jguiney1@twcny.rr.com>
Date: 2007-01-22
Comments:
Looking for my grandmother's gravesite....Arila Philomene Pentlen....found it!
 

Name: Bonnie A. Redderoth <barlcsw@aol.com>
Date: 2007-01-22
Comments:
Rudolph A. and Thusa (Somers) Redderoth were my grandparents. Came across this sight while browsing January, 2007
 

Name: Bashaw/Desourdy/Wells <markup@usadatanet.net>
Date: 2007-01-20
Comments:
searching for plot of Anna Wells Desourdy died about 1916, David Desourdy (child) died about 1916. Frank Donal Desourdy died 12-1948.

 

Name: Tina Richards <gtrichards6@hotmail.com>
Date: 2007-01-12
Comments:
Thank you so much for posting this information. You have no idea how excited I was to find the info and picture of the gravestone on Alma Hosford Richards wife of Frederick B. Richards. We knew of her from oral hx, but didn't have any info. Plus we have been trying to track more info on Frederick. Like birth place and parents. All we have is that he was born April 1819 in Vermont. He also lived in Lawrence, New York at the time of the 1850 census. Is there any chance the cemetary has more on record of him or his wife? There were also 3 other children besides Mary that we know of only from census records. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Frederick is my husbands GGGrandfather.
 

Name: Margaret Bartley <msbartley@charter.net>
Date: 2007-01-11
Comments:
I am so glad to see this on the web. I live next door to the cemetery and am working on the New Russia History Project to preserve New Russia's past.
 

Name: Robert P. Douglas <rdouglasrp@comcast.net>
Date: 2007-01-09
Comments:
I am direct decendant of George & Lucy whitford Douglass who donated the ground for the cemetery. What happened to the graves of Ezekiel & alice [Baker] Douglass eldest son of George & Lucy douglass? I have 2 lists of people buried here & both include ezekiel & Alice. Robert
 

Name: Neil Garner <garna@northnet.org>
Date: 2007-01-09
Comments:
[G or C]ARNER
Oliver [G or C]ARNER Died June 1892 Aged 44 years May his soul rest in peace. Amen.

G not C. Oliver GARNER was my great grandfather. The true name is GAMELIN, as used in all Notre Dame church records. However, for civil use, they used GARNER. I would sure like to know WHY?
Thank you,
Neil Garner/Gamelin

 

Name: Alyce Duarte <aduarte@tampabay.rr.com>
Date: 2007-01-08
Comments:
Wonderful place. I have found burial location for many ancestors.
Thank you all for your transcriptions.

 

Name: Clare Higgins <clarehhiggins@yahoo.com>
Date: 2007-01-07
Comments:
My great-great-grandparents, Maurice and Kathryn Higgins, were living in Moira, Franklin County, in 1850, with their two daughters, Margaret and Honora (their names are on the census). The next time I find them is in the Hudson census of 1860, with four sons. I do not know if Maurice and Kathryn are buried in Hudson or in Moira. Is anyone else researching this family? Please contact me. Thanks. -- Clare Higgins
 

Name: robert a pacelli <haganaw@aol.com>
Date: 2007-01-04
Comments:
I am the great grandson of albert patterson and the great nephew of helen angel
 

Name: Robert Noyes <myrobnoyes1@juno.com>
Date: 2006-12-30
Comments:
Could anyone please tell me how to get tax records for Essex County, New York for the years of 1820, 1821, 1822, and 1823?
I would really appreciate help.
thank you

 

Name: Mary Jeanne Simmons <dmjsimmons@yahoo.com>
Date: 2006-12-16
Comments:
Margie Simmons, wife of Gerald Fremont Simmons died December 10,2006 will be buried in Boquet.Margie's sister inlaw daughter of William A. Simmons and Clara Burres died June of 2006 her name was Clara Simmons Yates,should be buried at this time. My husband is Donald E. Simmons son of Gerald Fremont and Margie Simmons , grandson of William Alfred and Clara Burres Simmons. Clara Yates was his God Mother.
 

Name: Jim <Elbrecht>
Date: 2006-12-12
Comments:
Joyce, et al.,
Super project! I don't know how you might incorporate them- but back in 2002 or 3 I wandered through Central Cemetery in Upper Jay and transcribed these stones in what appeared to be a plot just to the right of the gate, near the entrance.
Chronological listing of plot in Upper Jay Cemetery-
Albert LEVI [son of Harris & Martha] Feb 21, 1860

Infant son of JK & SL COOLIDGE 1877
Infant son of JK & SL COOLIDGE 1879
Sarah (LYON) COOLIDGE 1880 [prob April 25] ae40

Martha (COOLIDGE) LEVI Dec 12, 1881 [ae44]
Pomeroy LYON Dec 5, 1883 [ae66]
Martha DABY Mar 27, 1887 [ae44]
George E. LYON Jul 1, 1893 [ae31]
Obadiah COOLIDGE Apr 25, 1890 [ae20]
Warren L. COOLIDGE 1930 [62]
............
actual transcriptions;
[two rows- 1st row]
Pomeroy LYON | d. Dec 5, 1883 | ae 66
Albert LEVI | son of Harris |& Martha LEVI | d. Feb 21, 1860
Martha COOLIDGE | wife of Harris Levi | d. Dec 1, 1881 | 44Y, 1mo, 7 da
Martha DABY | b.Nov 1803 | d. Mar 27, 1887


[second row]
George E. LYON | b. Mar 30 1862 | d. Jul 1, 1893
Obadiah | son of J & S | COOLIDGE | b. Jan 26 1870 | d. Apr 25 1890
Warren L. | COOLIDGE | 1868-1930 | [Mason's symbol]
Sarah L. | wife of J.K | [down and date unreadable- but Descendants of John and Martha Coolidge of Watertown Massachusetts says she died April 25, 1880]
Infant Son of | SL & JK | COOLIDGE | d. Jan 3 1879 | ae 11 da
Infant Son of | SL& JK | COOLIDGE. | d. Dec 11, 1877 | ae 14 da
[There is a single stone for the 2 infants. ]

I can connect most of these folks. Oddly enough, John DeKalb Coolidge, Sarah's second husband after her first, Alfred, died in the Civil War, is buried in Gilliland Cemetery in Peru. [where most of Alfred LYONs family is buried- though he is buried in North Carolina] BTW- John was the son of Benkamin Knowlton COOLIDGE and Martha DABY.

Again- Great work on this project-- i'll go browse some more.

Thanks, Jim
elbrecht@email.com

 

Name: Raymond A Gravel <rgravel@usadatanet.net>
Date: 2006-12-08
Comments:
very good list of the people in west bangor ,i have relatives burierd there.
 

Name: J. Valentine <Valentine4menu@aol.ocm>
Date: 2006-12-06
Comments:
I can't tell you how many of my ancestors are from the Northern Part of New York State. This has been the most valuable tool that I have found and it saves me tons of research. Every Cemetery is at my fingertips. I just wish they had one for the Northern Vermont as well.
 

Name: Jack Allen <jack_a_1950@yahoo.com>
Date: 2006-12-03
Comments:
Very good job.
Jack Allen

 

Name: sue a. maroney <tsmjam@westelcom.com>
Date: 2006-11-27
Comments:
i'm actually searching for my great-grandfathers (on my mothers mothers side) gravesite. he was born in westville in 1863.and accidently came onto my great-grandparents grave (on my mothers fathers side)-steven and phebe white. also buried in their lot is my grandmother(the whites daughter-in-law)mable wolf white but there's no mention of her at this website. should there be? i'm new at this geneology stuff so bear with me please. sm
 

Name: Donald B. Knapp <dcknapp@cox.net>
Date: 2006-11-20
Comments:
Searching for lost relatives in up State N.Y
 

Name: Patricia Whipple <pabw@adelphia.net>
Date: 2006-11-13
Comments:
Just located your site today and want to give a "BIG THANK YOU"! Job well done!!
 

Name: Dick Gardner <lookabot@northnet.org>
Date: 2006-11-04
Comments:

Thank you for all the time you spent,it has been a big help.

 

Name: Maureen Zessin <gzessin@bellsouth.net>
Date: 2006-10-31
Comments:
My nephew, Joshua Gladd was buried in St. Bernard's Cementary and there is no listing of him. He was buried on top of my mother's grave, Carol Gladd.
 

Name: Linda <linda85major@aol.com>
Date: 2006-10-17
Comments:
Francis Xavier Garand Senior and Jr where my great-great-great grandfather and great-great grandfather! Thanks!
 

Name: Melvin Urfirer <hirefire@verizon.net>
Date: 2006-10-16
Comments:
Thank You
 

Name: Tammy McCoy <lftcmccoy@gainusa.com>
Date: 2006-10-16
Comments:
I recently found this website. Many thanks to everyone involved in the hard work and dedication. I have enjoyed spending countless hours looking over all the valueable information. Thank You very much for sharing all your hard work.
 

Name: micheline de hatre <michelineford@globetrotter.net>
Date: 2006-10-15
Comments:
I have found on your site at Fort Covington in St.Mary's Church Cemetery a Augustus Vondell D 9 Mar 1874 age 79years
Please tell me how to find out who his wife was. I think he is the ancestor I have been trying to find for so long.
Thank you,
Micheline

 

Name: Carrie Bias Hoffert <CRH727@nc.rr.com>
Date: 2006-10-14
Comments:
I would Just like to say THANK YOU to those of you that have given SO MUCH of your time & concern for others in transcribing all of the Cemetery records here.

I cannot tell you how excited I was, in Raleigh NC, to find the records and in most cases even photos of my BLISS and FAY Family member's headstones.

THANK YOU each and everyone.
Carrie

 

Name: Ruth Nichols <ruthnichols644@hotmail.com>
Date: 2006-10-10
Comments:
GREAT WORK!!!! As Historian of Chautauqua Co. and chairperson of our Cemetery Committee . I know how much effort went into this project.
 

Name: Barb Hanson <barbannhanson@yahoo.com>
Date: 2006-10-09
Comments:
I'm looking for information about William Coy Killmer, son of Adam Killmer, born in Essex, NY, who migrated to Iowa, then to Minnesota in 1857.

I am also looking for information about Amanda M. Winslow Killmer, married to William Coy Killmer, see above. Does anyone know Amanda's parentage?

William C. Killmer and Amanda M. Winslow Killmer narrowly escaped the Dakota Uprising in Minnesota in 1862. Their graves are in a small cemetary in southwestern Minnesota called the Beaver Creek Cemetary.

 

Name: Cindy Anslow <anslow2000@hotmail.com>
Date: 2006-10-03
Comments:
This is an amazing web site. I can only imagine the work that went into this. I gathered many death dates of members that I had birth dates but lacked death and location on. Thank you for all your work, you make our search for information much easier.
 

Name: Paula <smcnern@westelcom.com>
Date: 2006-10-01
Comments:
Thank you for a great place to look. Do you have any further information on the Pike family and the Travisee family? I am doing work on my family tree to get into the DAR any direction you can give me would be great
Thank you
Paula

 

Name: rc <beaucouc@up.net>
Date: 2006-09-22
Comments:
Excellent as usual.
 

Name: Wendell Denny <denny@capital.net>
Date: 2006-09-19
Comments:
Just a quick look at your listing of Maple Hill Cem.you're missing the stone with Newton and Alice Ingersol.Also the stone of Wallace Green.The listing on the stone of David and Melvina Avery is incorrect,she is listed as dying in 1944 at 104 years.Should be 1941 at an the age of 101.Looks like this was an error carried down from someone else's list.
Wendell

 

Name: Dave Tucker <tuckerdw@cox.net>
Date: 2006-09-18
Comments:
Very nice indeed! I was able to locate about a half dozen relatives and fill in some missing blanks. I was still unable to locate the burial site for my Great Grandfather & Great Grandmother. His name was John Rodney ,born about 1837, died in Champlain on December 6, 1893. His wife was Margaret LaBombard, born 1842, died November 4, 1896 in Champlain. I was able to obtain the death record for both from the Town Clerk but it does not list the place of burial for either one. Now it is a possiblity they were buried in an unmarked pauper's grave but this is a guess on my part. If they were are the pauper graves recorded any place? Any help in locating their burial place would be appreciated. Thanks....Dave
 

Name: lisa marie golden <lisamarielucia@aol.com>
Date: 2006-09-17
Comments:
I AM THE GREAT GREAT GRANDAUGHTER TO ELKINER AND ANNIE GOLDEN PLEASE ADD ME TO BE CONTACTED BY WHOM EVER IS INTERESTED IN THIER GRAVE
 

Name: Roberta T. Governal <LazyRG@Aol.com>
Date: 2006-09-11
Comments:
I want to extend my thanks and appreciation to Nancy and Bob Cressy for the amazing transcription of the Pleasant View Cemetery, Wilmington, Essex Co., NY. It has been the first time I was able to see the graves of my Aunt Anna Burns and her husband Uncle Max Hathaway. As a child I visited with them every summer and have many wonderful memories of the area.
 

Name: Roberta T. Governal <LazyRG@Aol.com>
Date: 2006-09-11
Comments:
I want to extend my thanks and appreciation to Nancy and Bob Cressy for the amazing transcription of the Pleasant View Cemetery, Wilmington, Essex Co., NY. It has been the first time I was able to see the graves of my Aunt Anna Burns and her husband Uncle Max Hathaway. As a child I visited with them every summer and have many wonderful memories of the area.
 

Name: Mark Whitman <markwhitman@fuse.net>
Date: 2006-09-11
Comments:
In the listing for Glenwood Cemetery in Champlain is the following:

WHITMAN, Lot H-45
(front)
Joseph B. WHITMAN / Died / Apr. 23, 1903. / AE. 56 Ys. 9 Ms. /
Martha / His Wife / 1852 - 1930 /
------
(side)
Alice / WHITMAN / 1885 - 1918 /
Charles / WHITMAN / 1882 - 1924 /
------
(side)
Julius / WHITMAN / 1887 - 1927 /
Julia / FISK / His Wife / 1886 - 1934 /
Headstone: Father /
Headstone: Mother /
Headstone: Charles /
Headstone: Alice /
Headstone: Julius /
Headstone: Julia /
(NOTE; Charels and Alice were brother and sister of Joseph. Joseph was father of Julius, who was father of John and a daughter.)

Please note that Julius Whitman was the brother of Charles Whitman and Alice Whitman. Joseph Benjamnin Whitman was father to all of them. Julius was the father of John Whitman and Marion Whitman (referenced daughter in note above). John Whitman was my father.

 

Name: ELAINE WOODS <whotmomma@yahoo.com>
Date: 2006-09-10
Comments:
i'm looking for framliy mamber's of my g-g-grandfather john wood wife olive LaFLESH and son john wood and wife susan a jefferson and there son georeg f woods how married elizabeth , lavalley , foley , woods all of dickinson -- center,moria,brushton ny franklin.co so if you can help i wil aperchate it thank -you
 

Name: Brenda Blaise <s.blaise@verizon.net>
Date: 2006-09-07
Comments:
love it.
 

Name: Frederick Bourdon <F061232@webtv.net>
Date: 2006-09-07
Comments:
Prospect Hill Cemetery Chanplain N Y.

North side edge of cemetery half way in from the street is a grave stone with the names of my Great grandparents namely:

John Drury & Bridget O'Neil (not very clear)

I believe that two other people are also buried there namely grandson Michael O'Connell 1869 aged 6 yrs and his mother Bridget Drury O'Connell 1884 aged 50s. I was unable to verify this while visiting St Mary's Church, Champlain N Y .



 

Name: pam <pwastion@hotmail.com>
Date: 2006-09-05
Comments:
would appreciate any information on any Wastion family
 

Name: wendy lane <lostcreek frm@hardynet.com>
Date: 2006-09-05
Comments:
The article about Pine Ridge was wonderful. I think I found my mother there in an unmarked grave. Now if I could just find dad..(Roy Norris 1885-1954, Saranac area) Those of us searchers are so grateful for all the effort that must have gone into this project.
 

Name: Ree H opper <reetree.com>
Date: 2006-09-04
Comments:
Thanks for your help with my Clinton and Franklin Co. Hoppers. Ree
 

Name: Susan Smith <sas5332@cox.net>
Date: 2006-08-31
Comments:
I am wondering who Flossie Powell is.......I am Susan Powell, daughter of Laurence and Marguerite Powell of Dickinson Center, NY........have been into this web site and noticed Flossie's name. Was wondering if she was any relation to the Powells in Dickinson...maybe possibly to Edgar or Milan Powell??????

You have done a wodnerful job with inputting this cemetery information into this web site. congratulations.

Susan

 

Name: Mary Bourke <mabourke@primus.ca>
Date: 2006-08-24
Comments:
Hello: I was very surprised to find a John and Bridget Hanley buried in Lots 250 and 141 in St. Patrick's Cemetery Franklin County, N.Y. Do you know if there was any other information on these people -ie. when they died and place of birth or origin. Also was there a maiden name for Bridget? I have been searching for a very long time for a John and Bridget Hanley. Also, if they were from Canada, was there some type of work project in Franklin County at the time? Hope you can help. Thank you Mary Bourke
 

Name: Kelly Moore <famhistory@dslextreme.com>
Date: 2006-08-23
Comments:
Thanks for such an informative site. Your time is appreciated.
 

Name: ELAINE WOODS <whotmomma@yahoo.com>
Date: 2006-08-21
Comments:
see all the wood's at the end
 

Name: Elaine Ryan <eryan128@aol.com>
Date: 2006-08-21
Comments:
Thank you for the work you've done. I've searched for Milliette names for a number of years. Vital(b.1838) & Adaline (b.1847) Milliette, They lived in Clinton County. Their (ggrandparents) resting place still eludes me.
 

Name: Jeffrey Brown <tanstaafl28@cox.net>
Date: 2006-08-20
Comments:
Riverside Cemetary in Elizabethtown,Essex County: it seems as though someone started to put the link up and stopped short. Has this cemetary been catalogued?
 

Name: Thomas George <george97@bellsouth.net>
Date: 2006-08-19
Comments:
Great website. I have some photos to contribute.
 

Name: Matthew Avery <mdavery1972@comcast.net>
Date: 2006-08-16
Comments:
Thanks again! I seem to always stumble on a new lead and your site always gets me farther along in my research. Your work is priceless and will help so many familys find their heritage.
Matthew Avery
Salem, NH

Family of: Avery, McDonald, Seaver, Johnson, Randkin, Parker and more to come.

 

Name: Ann McColm <mccolm@rocler.qc.ca>
Date: 2006-08-15
Comments:
Have started to research my Great grandmother's family, HOLLISTER, and after having found them on your site, that they are indeed in the St Regis Falls & Constable cemeteries. Though I did not find Guy W. Hollister, a civil war vet, on your site he was indeed buried there. You have him in the neighbouring plot. Thanks so much for this wonderful and informative site.
 

Name: trish kibbe <rkibbe@snet.net>
Date: 2006-08-02
Comments:
Thank you for plodding through hours and hours of papers to compile this information online. You helped me find my Smith ancestors in the Clintonville Old Cemetery in Au Sable. If anyone is connected to the Isaac Smith family I would love to hear from you.
 

Name: Nancy Boyle (Pierce) <adkwmn@yahoo.com>
Date: 2006-08-01
Comments:
Hi Joyce!
What a fantastic job you have done. I remember talking with you about your initial work many years ago at a Pierce family reunion. Greetings to you and all the family!
Nancy

 

Name: Philip Knowles <phildkcom@verizon.net>
Date: 2006-08-01
Comments:
(Re Wadhams, Riverside) Discovered by my son - - includes my Mother and one aunt at WORMAN, and my great-grandfather DF PAYNE - - thank you!

I'm a member of the cemetery 'association' but they had not mentioned your web site in this year's notice.

Phil Knowles
Lenox, MA and Westport NY

 

Name: Mary Maynard <mmayn93990@aol.com>
Date: 2006-07-30
Comments:
Fantastic site. Thank you.
If anyone would like to exchange information on Gregory (Saranac), Nash or Hopper please contact me.

 

Name: Joanne in Tucson <JoTerp@aol.com>
Date: 2006-07-25
Comments:
Thank you again for your cemetery entries. Once again I have found my ancestors with your entries that I could not find elsewhere.
 

Name: allen williams <allenwilliams@verizon.net>
Date: 2006-07-24
Comments:
very good website. I am looking for my GGG Grandmother Amelia Moss Brown (b1829) who may have gone with a son or daughter after her husband John Brown died in 1894. She may have been Native American and originally came from Morrisonville, NY.

Searching was easy and very helpful, although not fruitful.

thanks
Allen

 

Name: janet rockwood <jrockwoo@twcny.rr.com>
Date: 2006-07-02
Comments:
Looking for gravesites of 2 young children, Hazel, or Earl Kenville - children of Katherine LaBelle Kenville and Joseph Kenville (Quenneville) - died in 1912-1919.
 

Name: allen williams <allen.williams@gmail.com>
Date: 2006-06-30
Comments:
Thanks for the availability of the information. I have been trying to locate the burial place of my Grandmother Amelia Brown born in 1829 who lived most of her life in Redfield, NY and it is believed that she was of native American heritage and originally was from Morrisonville, NY area and may have returned after her husband John Brown died in 1894. I found the site very easy to search and although I was unsuccessful in my search it was time well spent. Good site, again thanks.
 

Name: Davida Symonds <deesym@cs.com>
Date: 2006-06-27
Comments:
You ALL have done a wonderful job!!!!
 

Name: Amber <Duffneyamber@yahoo.com>
Date: 2006-06-20
Comments:
Even though I didn't find the paticular grave I was looking for, I found many others that were on my list. Now all I have to do is visit the gravesites for myself. Thanks so much for all the information, you have saved me countless hours of searching.
 

Name: Patty Ferrell <Patty.Ferrell@MountainHome.af.mil>
Date: 2006-06-12
Comments:
Do you have where in each section the graves are? How can I contact you? I live in Idaho. My Mother, Grandmother and Great Grand Mother are all in this cemetary
Patty

 

Name: Mary Fuller <maryaf815@aol.com>
Date: 2006-06-03
Comments:
I am interested in any thing I can find out about Alice and Alfred Boyea. their daughter Emma Boyea Dooley is my Great Grandmother.
 

Name: Diana Herbert <DMH32080@aol.com>
Date: 2006-05-29
Comments:
I moved from Saranac Lake to Florida almost 10 years ago and recently came upon your website strictly by accident. What an interesting site and what an marvelous job you are doing. I was particularly touched to see a picture of my husband's and son's head stone, in spite of the fact that their names did not appear on the transcription list. Perhaps they could be added: Michael J. Herbert 1963-1984 and Fred H. Herbert 1930-1985 Fortune's handled all the arrangements at the time. Thank you. DMH

 

Name: Jean Prespare Thrasher <jptras@aol.com>
Date: 2006-05-25
Comments:
To Joyce M. Ranieri,
I would like to get a correction to the Lakeview Cemetery in Tupper Lake, NY Franklin County. I have talked to the funeral home about my grandfathers site & head stone. Someone listed Section 3 Row 3 Vanvranken as William 1879-1963 which is incorrect. This is Harvey H. Vanvranken 1867-1946. It show that you are the keeper of site information & pictures. Please let me know if this is possible to change. Thank you very much. Sincerely Jean Thrasher

 

Name: jon burrell <jburr46@yahoo.com>
Date: 2006-05-18
Comments:
This is a great project. Congratulations to whomever puts it together for a job well done. Just to note a correction: Under the Franklin cemeteries, Notre Dame Section 4, Kingsley, the name should read Mary A. Burrell. She was my aunt. Also in Notre Dame, Section...9 (I think) under Boyea, Mabel Boyea's death year should read 1990. She was my grandmother.

Your project helped me to find my missing great grandfather, who's listed in St. Joseph's Cemetery at Section 4 as Clarence Colwell. His real first name was Clement. I've been searching for him for years due to his military service in the civil war where he fought and was wounded at Cold Harbor, Va.

Great Project...Tremendously helpful....Many thanks.

jon burrell

 

Name: Pat Fiscel <pfiscel@cox.net>
Date: 2006-05-12
Comments:
Thank you for the transcriptions. It's too bad that the beginning of the surnames are cut off on the left boarder so they can't be read.
 

Name: Melissa D. Fernau <melissa.fernau@ametsoc.org>
Date: 2006-05-12
Comments:
I was interested to read your transcription of the cemetary at St John's in the Wildernwss, Paul Smiths NY. Noticed that you got my family wrong - Ransom Spaford Hooker (my great grandfather) and his son Ransom Spaford Hooker Jr. should be listed under Hooker with the elder's wife Mildred Phelps Stokes Hooker, you have them listed with Ransom as the surname. Pretty silly mistake, since the stones are side by side. My father Ransom Hooker Duncan is currently the senior warden of the parish (which is open only in the summer months).
 

Name: Paula <pmcnerney@nccc.edu>
Date: 2006-05-08
Comments:
I'm looking for any information on the parents of a Reuben Pike b:09/02/1796 Alburg, VT d:11/29/1879 Burke, NY wife was Mirinda Booth(e?)b:05/08/1796 d:10/10/1873 Burke, NY

Lewis Travisee b:1812 NY d: 10/13/1900 Burke, NY

Any thing would be great.

Thank you

 

Name: Kris Dever <kdever@msn.com>
Date: 2006-04-26
Comments:
Love the pictures. I got a bonus when I was able to spot family stone - "Baker" in the pictures of Ives Cementery-Franklin County-New York. Gr gr gr Grandparents are ELdred and Harriet Baker. What a thrill to see this.
Thanks

 

Name: Nancy Alden Cooper Graham <ngraham@twcny.rr.com>
Date: 2006-04-25
Comments:
I would like to amend an entry in the Mountain View Cemetery in Upper Jay.
Under Cooper my mother's name is not complete. She is Eunice Alden Bodley Cooper. Thank you, Nancy Alden Cooper Graham

 

Name: Dee Lobdell <ddlobdell>
Date: 2006-04-17
Comments:
I'm looking for Darius Lobdell, Jr.
 

Name: Evelyn Housman <ejhman@hotmail.com>
Date: 2006-04-11
Comments:
Thank you for this site. It led me into another link in my family tree. I found my great grandmothers grave and the mystery as to how and what her first name was as well as the
spelling of her maiden name, there have been so many versions. Also I found my great great grandparents, and may even my great great great. Now I know that this cemetary is behind the church I have the name of the church and will write there to see if the people I think are my gg grandmothers parents really are.
Thank you again

 

Name: Susan Bartholomew <bartzoo@msn.com>
Date: 2006-04-04
Comments:
Thanks to all who have compiled this! The actual tombstone pictures are awesome. Makes the ancestor's who are just names on a page so much more real. Thank you, Thank you!!!
 

Name: joan pond <vintvoyage@gmail.com>
Date: 2006-03-26
Comments:
Searching for Anthony Worcester & Florence Pond gravesites.
Appreciate very much the work done to create this website!

 

Name: Ken Kothe <kkenk@frontiernet.net>
Date: 2006-03-23
Comments:
WONDERFUL pictures of the stones in the Ladd cemetery. Thank you. My gr grandmother was a Ladd and these are relatives.

Ken

 

Name: Susan Goff <timasu@localnet.com>
Date: 2006-03-22
Comments:
WOW! I love this site! I have many Relatives - Mattot, Jennett, LaFountain in the Champlain and Chazy areas - this has helped ma a lot. When do you expect to get the Champlain Cemetaries listed? I have visted them numerous times, St. Mary's in particular. I had a heck of time finding it!
My Husband in on the cemetary committe and councilman for the Town of Franklin and found your site very exciting, also! He has many relatives in the Union Cemetary- Goff, Tyler, and Flint, Abbott
Keep up the Great Work!
Susan GOff

 

Name: Tim Drake <Stanthonys3@verizon.net>
Date: 2006-03-17
Comments:
Thanks for the transcription of the Old Catholic Cemetery in Plattsburgh, NY. I thought the cemetery belonged to St. Peter's Church, not St. John's. My ancestors of the Boisy/Boissee/Bewsee family are buried there.
 

Name: Kenneth Woodhouse <kwoodhouse@optonline.net>
Date: 2006-03-15
Comments:
Dear Sir or Madame,
I am looking for my grandfather's grave which I am told is in Brighton Cemetery in Gabriels. I see that his mother and father are listed, Maynard P. Yell and Maude Revette Yell.
My grandfather's name is Wilbur Yelle, and was buried in 1974. Could it be that his listing was not entered, or is he located in a different cemetery?
Thank you for your time and consideration.
Sincerely,
Kenneth Woodhouse

 

Name: michele roberts <michele@dreamscape.com>
Date: 2006-03-06
Comments:
Can you tell me how to get the info in red? Also, my grandmother, is buried next to Francis Betters 1908-1934. Her name was mildred betters. I think she died in 1939.
 

Name: michele roberts <michele@dreamscape.com>
Date: 2006-03-06
Comments:
Hello
A lot of my relatives are buried in this cemetary. This has
helped me get dates of birth and death that I did not have.
Thanks to the people that recorded the info. Where can I get
additional info about marriages, etc?

 

Name: Lanette DeCelle <bdecelle1@aol.com>
Date: 2006-03-05
Comments:
My husband, Robert Gerald DeCelle, and I visited Chazy in 1991 on our honeymoon to see Bob's grandparents, Leonard and Evelyn DeCelle. We have three children, Grant, Audrey and Eleanor. We chose an "E" name in honor of his grandmother. On your site, I just discovered there was an Eleanor DeCelle who died as a child. It makes my daughter's name even more special. Thank you.
 

Name: John Nevius <jnevius@gmavt.net>
Date: 2006-03-05
Comments:
Hello Joyce, <br>thanks again to you and you're Mother in supplying info on my Mother's family, the Tuthill and Vandervoort families of Trout River, that was a couple years ago. I heard from a fellow researcher that it may be that a flood in the late 1800's swept away a family cemetary that had both these families buried in it. The Tuthill farm bordered the Trout River along Poplar St. I have walked most of this frontage thinking there might be a family burial ground, as several of them are buried in Trout River but we cannot find their graves.These include Luther Tuthill died 1863, Myron about 1892, Sullivan 1887, and their wives. Have you any knowledge of such a flood ? I hope to get over there again soon. <br> <br>Thanks, <br> <br>John Nevius
 

Name: Richard D. Bean <oletar@charter.net>
Date: 2006-02-24
Comments:
My dad grew up in Dickinson Center. My grandparents and their parents a buried there. Oddly enough, I was born and have lived most of my life in Franklin, Virginia. I went back to Franklin county this past July and was truely impressed. The little town my dad called home is <br> a shadow of it's former self but the people are just as friendly as he said they were.
 

Name: Robert N. Toran <bobtoran@hotmail.com>
Date: 2006-02-22
Comments:
Dear Joyce thank you for your dedicated hard and careful work transcribing the gravestone information on families especially the epitaphs and comments on the gravestones physical condition. A ton of backbreaking tedious and time consuming work. You are a saint. I ahve been tracing the "Murray " line in Constable and surrounding towns along with Genevieve Woodard her address is 4 B New Pruyn Street , Glen Falls, NY 12801 and her telephone is 518-745-1846 and my address is 15 Heritage Drive Walpole,MA 02081 cell 617-894-7380 my email is bobtoran@hotmail.com. Genevieve has held a Murphy/Murray reunion for the past two summers in or around Glen Falls. Take care and thank you again for all you do to preserve the history for the geneology hunters of today and the future. :-)
 

Name: Joe Manzer <joentara@earthlink.net>
Date: 2006-02-21
Comments:
Great job. I found Nolette and Barnaby relatives in the Calvary cemetary. Thanks.
 

Name: Betty Wilson <inman99@adelphia.net>
Date: 2006-02-12
Comments:
Good job and alot of work. I have two corrections. My sister Anna G. Yott was born in 1930 and not 1936. Also my nephew Kyle Begor was born on Jan. 11. He only lived a few days and died in the same year. Thanks for the corrections.
 

Name: Bonnie Morley <bonniemorleyue@yahoo.com>
Date: 2006-02-08
Comments:
I wish to contact any living Travisee descendants. My grandmother, Della Viola Travisee first married Fred Lang then second, Eldon Charles Newcomb. I believe my grandmother's mother was unmarried. Bonnie Morley
 

Name: Carolyn, Diane and Darlene Spence <happy2havtime4me@aol.com>
Date: 2006-02-02
Comments:
We are trying to find out the location of our Mothers burial plot,and where and when she will be buried. She was encrypted there on Jan.31,2006 but we are afraid we will not be made aware of her burial date and we haven't been allowed to say good bye to her yet...Please advise
 

Name: sheila whitely <keeblerkat@hotmail.com>
Date: 2006-01-25
Comments:
i HAVE BEEN SEARCHING FOR THE GRAVE OF MY MATERNAL GREAT GREAT GRANDMOTHER FOR SEVERAL YEARS. hER NAME IS aMELIA Rollin Disotelle. Her husband was Antoine Disotelle who is buried just outside of Malone NY. He died in 1915. Amelia was born in Canada in app. 1843. Please help me find her!
 

Name: Lynn Cunningham <lynn-cunningham@redwoods.edu>
Date: 2006-01-24
Comments:
Great Website. You all did a lot of work and it is much appreciated. I found a lot of my surnames, now I just need to check and see how or if they relate. Do you know if there is another NY Project for the Southern area? Thanks again for all your hard work. Lynn in Eureka, CA, USA
 

Name: Lyman McWain <lmcwain@aol.com>
Date: 2006-01-20
Comments:
great work, I once wrote Bangor looking for the history of the McWains but was told all records were destroyed is that correct. looking for Leavitt, David and Frank. Thanks
 

Name: Sandra Lee Gibson Czuba <sandylee@ameritech.net>
Date: 2006-01-19
Comments:
Terrific!!!!!
 

Name: Donna Florez <donnaflorez@earthlink.net>
Date: 2006-01-06
Comments:
My maiden name is Bolton. My parents, grandparents, greatgreat great grandparents, many relatives are in the Port Kent cementary. I have spent many hours inside of it.
 

Name: Iris Gadway Shadowen <iriss1947@yahoo.com>
Date: 2006-01-06
Comments:
I am so glad to have found this site because now I see how Gadway, Peets, and Tallman are related. Thank you Iris
 

Name: Jennifer Payne Guarino <proconnector@comcast.net>
Date: 2005-12-26
Comments:
Thank you for providing this cemetery information in Clinton County, NY.
 

Name: Wanda Derico <DericoFam@comcast.net>
Date: 2005-12-20
Comments:
What a valuable tool to research ancestry. Thank you, transcribers for taking the time with this project. If you want to update your info, here are some additional facts regarding my relatives buried in Hogansbury, Franklin County cemetary.
Jock, Raymond was my grandfather. His wife, Christina is not deceased. They have three daughters buried in this cemetary,all under their husband's surnames. They are Claudia Sunday, Yvonne Tiernan, and Fayrene Elmer. Yvonne Tiernan was Yvonne Gorrow by a former marriage. Mark Gorrow, also buried here, was Yvonne's son, and grandson of Raymond & Christina Jock. I am the daughter of Fayrene Elmer.

 

Name: Nyle McMartin <nyle@jtt.net>
Date: 2005-12-18
Comments:
This is a great site and wonderful tool for researching from a distance, your efforts are much appreciated. Researching the names, FiField,McMartin,Tatro,Kelly, keep up the good work.
 

Name: Gordon Pollard <gordon.pollard@plattsburgh.edu>
Date: 2005-12-15
Comments:
Great web site and research resource! You are providing a wealth of historical and geneological information that will be used for generations to come. Thank you!
 

Name: Flossy Powell <moopow@northnet.org>
Date: 2005-11-26
Comments:
Joyce, The site looks realy fine with lots of new entries, photos, maps, etc. You do good work. Folks looking for ancestors should find them easily. I missed working with you this season. I find tombstone transcribing intently relaxing.
 

Name: Kim Egloff <coyote60@nycap.rr.com>
Date: 2005-11-12
Comments:
Wonderful site! Came upon it quite by accident. Keep up the good work!
 

Name: Jane O'Connor Foster <J_O_Foster@hotmail.com>
Date: 2005-10-28
Comments:
What a great site and what beautiful photos of the headstones...just lovely. I found so much useful information on this site and thank you for making it public and easy to access and move around.
 

Name: CAROL REZAC <carol_rezak@landsafe.com>
Date: 2005-10-27
Comments:
MY GRANDMOTHER WAS BURIED IN MORNINGSIDE CEMETARY I WAS BACK THERE IN 93 AND THERE WAS NO STONE AT THAT TIME COULD YOU TELL ME IF A STONE HAS BEEN PUT ON HER GRAVE YET.HER NAME WAS EULAH LABRAKE SHE PASSED IN DEC 1989.
 

Name: JEAN THRASHER <JPTRAS@AOL.COM>
Date: 2005-10-25
Comments:
How can I find who has the records of Lakeview Cemetery in Tupperlake? There are some errors in the placing of headstones & would like to research for my relative that is buried there. Need a address to write to for information.
 

Name: lorrie Duquette <laurelee04@yahoo.com>
Date: 2005-10-23
Comments:
Wonderful Site!!!! I am looking for a cemetery that my grandparents are buried in that I believe is in Essex county, It is between Saranac Lake and Bloomingdale on the left side of the road. If you have any information on the name of this cemetery and if there is going to be any information about it please email me and let me know. I want to say the name is brookside but I am unsure. Thanks and keep up the good work!
 

Name: MICHELE PARENTE <MICHELEPARENTE1@AOL.COM>
Date: 2005-10-22
Comments:
My mother's name was Agnes Marie Yelle. She was born on Dec 15th 1913 in Chateaugay, NY. Her mother Agnes Yelle died the next day. In the 1980's my husband and I took a ride to Chateaugay looking for her grave but we had no idea where to start. My Mom Agnes Marie Yelle Parente died in January 2005 not knowing much about her Mom. I now know at least where she is and how old she was when she passed. Thank you for posting this to the webb. You have saved me so much time. Thank you
 

Name: Diana Parry Toth <dlparrytoth@yahoo.com>
Date: 2005-10-16
Comments:
Great work of dedication and love of history. I would have loved this 20 years ago when I went through most of those graveyards.Thank you from Diana in New Hampshire
 

Name: Laurel S. Powell <cloandlaurel@gmail.com>
Date: 2005-10-05
Comments:
My 3rd great grandfather was Capt. William Meacham who was buried at Havens Cemetery in Moriah, Port Henry, New York, along with his 2nd wife Lucy Fitch. His son William was buried there also, I believe died a few years before the father. I traveled there with my husband in the 1990s to see what I could find on the family and found that the Captain's house is on the main street near the cemetery. My 2nd great grandmother was Anna Meacham reportedly by census records born about 1810 in "New York". Family tradition was that she was disowned by her father, the Captain. The reason is not known for the disownment but probably had something to do with her having a baby in 1824 when she was 14, the same year that the Captain and his second wife Lucy had a child. It is thought that Lucy may have been a close friend of Anna's, and that they both became pregnant and had their babies that year of 1824, both about the age of 14, although Anna was probably not married. Anna's baby was named Mariah (or Moriah) Perlham (or Pelham) Doud in later records Mariah is found to have married a Civil War soldier by the name of Alvah Hamlin in the town of Hume, NY where the Douds migrated, and Lucy's baby was named Lucy. Later Anna by her husband Hemanza Doud named a child Lucy. On census records Anna claimed Mariah to be younger than her actual age, but tracking records through the years, one can see that Mariah was indeed born to Anna in 1824 when she was just 14. Mariah's middle name Perlham was probably named after her birth father. When Capt. William Meacham was married earlier to his first wife, they and their family of children lived across the Lake in East Poultney, Vermont, and when the first wife died she was buried with her birth family in that little Vermont town where she was born and had been raised. Capt. William Meacham owned and operated a mill in that Vermont town, and it was swept away by a flood in about 1816, is in the town history. Deacon Silas Howe was the father of Capt. William Meacham's bride Keziah Howe, was an important person in that Vermont town, and he built a home for each of his daughters and their husbands around the town square, an old portrait of this town father still hangs in the historic town hall on the square. The Captain's home in that town is still standing, was an antique store when we visited in about 1996. The Captain's father was a Rev. War hero and died in that war. I am in contact with a descendant of the second wife Lucy through her only child and daughter Lucy. More info: Laurel S. Powell, P. O. Box 95754, South Jordan, Ut. 84095, cloandlaurel@gmail.com
 

Name: janet spadafore rockwood <jrockwoo@twcny.rr.com>
Date: 2005-10-05
Comments:
I am looking for relatives buried in Franklin County - Alfred LaBelle (found wife, Dora Jock in St. Augustines) any KENVILLE, by marriage or Kenville - particularly younsters - Earl Kenville or Hazel...and a William, born July 13, 1961, Thomas Kenville, born Nov. 8, 1862, or Elisa, Katy, or Agnes Kenville, born in the 1860's or 1870's)
 

Name: janet rockwood <jrockwoo@twcny.rr.com>
Date: 2005-10-03
Comments:
Very interesting site...I've been checking cemeteries in Franklin County looking for long-lost relatives for geneology. Thanks for all the hard work!
 

Name: Mary Farmer <farmgal@wowway.com>
Date: 2005-09-28
Comments:
So glad this is online! : )
 

Name: Daniel W. Plumb, Sr. <danplumb2005@verizon.net>
Date: 2005-09-27
Comments:
PLUMB
Joseph A. PLUMB July 12, 1861 - May 15, 1898
Carla BARNUM His Wife 1859 - 1945
Footstone: William W. PLUMB 1891 - 1957
Footstone: Father

Carla should be Earla. She was married to Joseph. This was my grandmother on my father's side. Thank you,
Daniel Plumb, Sr.

 

Name: Sandy LaGoy <SandyLaGoy@webtv.net>
Date: 2005-09-27
Comments:
Thank you so much for your transcription! I was able to find information about both my LaGoy, and McAloon branches of my family tree thanks to your help. I wish I could find more cemeteries transcribed like this. I finally got to "visit" some of my ancestors.
 

Name: Sheri Devan <sadevan@momys.com>
Date: 2005-09-27
Comments:
Thank you so much for this site. I am a military spouse, so we are too far away to search the cemeteries, this is great!
 

Name: joan pond (Laisney) <vintvoyage@cs.com>
Date: 2005-09-26
Comments:
Many thanks again for transcribing this cemetery. My family of Ponds is mostly there; however, still unable to find Worcester Pond & wife Flora A. (Thomas) Pond.
Thank you for all your dedication to this project.
Joan

 

Name: John O'Connor <revsx2@hotmail.com>
Date: 2005-09-24
Comments:
I'd like to thank you for all the great work you have done in compiling these cemeteries.
 

Name: Nancy <nancyallen2447@clearwire.net>
Date: 2005-09-23
Comments:
I'm looking to contact Michael & Joyce Ranieri about Union Cem., Franklin Co., NY.

Thank you.

 

Name: Charly <mrwong@winchihu.cn>
Date: 2005-09-10
Comments:
Searched and Surfed your page great work
 

Name: James <ubriaco@terra.com.br>
Date: 2005-09-09
Comments:
Thank you so much. I found a lot of needed information from the Jay, NY Central Cemetery trancriptions. Fred Torrance, who did the 1946 transcriptions, was distantly related to me by marriage. My Grandmother, Ardelle Corinth Smith Ubriaco, (buried in Central Cemetery), gave me a book of Torrance's poetry, though I don't know where it is now.
 

Name: Troy <wontme78@hotmail.com>
Date: 2005-09-09
Comments:
Nice web site I enjoyed reading. I wish you and your family the best of luck.
 

Name: Terry <hospot@coolmail.net>
Date: 2005-09-08
Comments:
Searched and Surfed your page great work
 

Name: Kolora <musypusy@web.de>
Date: 2005-09-06
Comments:
I have been recomending the site to some of the people I have met through work
 

Name: Ruth <adirondackr@slic.com>
Date: 2005-08-29
Comments:
Thank you for the transcriptions of the Malbone Cemetery. I am a direct descendant of the Malbone/Hickok line
 

Name: Adele Hankins <mandf.hankins@sympatico.ca>
Date: 2005-08-28
Comments:
This is an extremely well done project. Is there some way I can find the burials for St. Patrick's Cemetery in Moriah, Essex, and Union Cemetery in Port Henry, Moriah, Essex? Thank you for the site.
 

Name: Lee Connolly <Famlee157@wmconnect.com>
Date: 2005-08-26
Comments:
Was surprised to see a DUCATT/DUQUETTE not in Clinton County! Does anyone have Ducatt/Duquette connections to share? Lee
 

Name: Patricia Gauthier-Morgan <pmdragon@localnet.com>
Date: 2005-08-24
Comments:
How wonderful this is, just found a cousin, many times removed looking for info our G.G.Grandfather RUFUS ROBINSON, couldn't wait to get an E off to him, so I did. I would be interested in any info on PAYE family mostly buried in Pineridge, grfather Robert George PAYE, g.grf George Washington PAYE,g.g.grf ? Lervie or Lervine maybe. Thanks.....Patsi
 

Name: ellen lowenthal <ellenlowen@yahoo.com>
Date: 2005-08-19
Comments:
Interesting to me. My mother's family, Nathan Cohn, patriarch, lived in Faust for many years. Would like to see more about the family and its place in Tupper Lake.
 

Name: Jerrilyn Dunn <jerribaby1@aol.com>
Date: 2005-08-16
Comments:
Ive enjoyed looking thru the names, Im still looking for my Great Grandparents Louis & Ida (Idi) Allen was told they are buried in Malone. Dont find there names.
 

Name: Sylvia Norton <snorton@frontiernet.net>
Date: 2005-08-11
Comments:
I believe the stone DSC01722 H. Walter McFarland/1855-1937 is a free standing stone, not on the back of DSC01721 Morhous. This was my great grandfather and grandmother. He was a stone mason who lettered a lot of the stones in this cemetery. Their stone stands alone with a cement rounded edging about 12" high all around it. Eva is also on this stone.
 

Name: Byron M. Davis <bmdavis@aol.com>
Date: 2005-08-09
Comments:
Thank you for providing this information. My interest is in descendants of Henry LOWE and John SOLOMON.
 

Name: Bob Lefler <lefler@northnet.org>
Date: 2005-08-08
Comments:
Wonderfull to have this on line! We moved to the North country and I thought I had no relatives anywhere here. But to my surprise, I found my Bradford County, Pennsylvania, ancester Samuel's older brother who was Jeremiah Rockwell here,as well as his granddaughter " Our Angel Allie" Blanchard, and Jeremiah's third wife Abigal. They had gone to Canada from Cornwall, Vermont, in the 1830s where Jeremiah's sister Mehitable Cory lived near Bedford, but returned here to be near Jeremiah's eldest son Chester of White Hill, Parishville,grandson Chester of Hopkinton, daughter Nancy Putnam of Hopkinton, youngest son Cyrus of Dickenson( his wife was Mary Roda Ross Baker), and his yougest daughter Victoria Blanchard, wife of William who was the s/o Amos. Many of the family lived along 11B. A granddaughter Louisa Gonyea and her husband Fred lived on the old Baker farm out the Skerry Road. Louisa played the organ in the West Bangor Methodist Church on 11B. Her granddaughter married a Marshal. Louisa and Fred are buried in the Stevens Cemetery with their son Cyrus.
 

Name: Jim Chapman <jimicman@aol.com>
Date: 2005-08-07
Comments:
Do you have any info on the cune or Defiette familys of Saranac NY.I'M told that James Cune and his wife Sophronia Defiette are buried in either Saranac or Redford.Anything would be helpful. Thanks James Chapman
 

Name: Jean Robert <jrobert@usadatanet.net>
Date: 2005-08-05
Comments:
I have learned so much!!!! Thank You!!!
 

Name: joan pond laisney <vintvoyage@cs.com>
Date: 2005-08-02
Comments:
Thank you for all your work in making these names available to those of us far away searching for ancestors. The entire Pond section at Burke was helpful. I am still unable to locate any information on my great-grandfather Anthony Webster "Wooster" Pond who was born in Burke. But I won't give up! We will be visiting Burke/Malone in Sept. and look forward to visiting Burke Center Cemetery. Many thanks, Joan Pond Laisney
 

Name: joyce murphy <joyceamurphy>
Date: 2005-07-25
Comments:
It is a great site. I was able to find so much information. I would like to say THANK YOU.
 

Name: Alyce Duarte <aduarte@tampabay.rr.com>
Date: 2005-07-21
Comments:
I am so excited! I just found my g-g-g-grandfather's tombstone location & transcription on your site! If you are ever in that cemetery with a camera, I would pay for a picture. Either way, it is so wonderful to know where he has been laid to rest. There may be more ancestors there, but I need to investigate further.
Thank you so much for your wonderful work.
Alyce Duarte
A

 

Name: JUDITH CLARK <JMCLARK@FASTERMAC.NET>
Date: 2005-07-18
Comments:
Please contact me to let me know the procedure for completing the headstones of my family. The dates on the tombstone for Julia Wiltbank should be 1871-1965. The dates on the tombstone for Hephzibah James Clark should be 1902-1990. (Hephzibah James Clark is buried in Marcellus, NY) Thank you for your help.
 

Name: carol mccaffrey <carriemccaffrey@hotmail.com>
Date: 2005-07-02
Comments:
i was so pleased to find all my family in your listing my gradparents , aunts ,uncles and my husband , with a picture of his gravestone , did you take the pic or did someone send it to you? also so interesting to read about the cemetery that was behind the brushton church , i have been there many times and never knew about that. one of the stones was my mothers great great aunt , esther cox i cant wait to tell my mom and go we can go check it out , thanks for all your hard work :}
 

Name: Clarence E. Cobb <ccobb@twcny.rr.com>
Date: 2005-06-25
Comments:
Carl (June 29) 1919 is my brother who was born and died on the same day. His stone, the one shown here, is on the north side of his father and mother's stone, Joseph and Bertha Cobb. When the cemetery was incorporated, my father was one of the first officers.
 

Name: Susan DuBois <moi_ici@att.net>
Date: 2005-06-20
Comments:
My mother's ancestors are Duprey from Clinton County who moved to Washington County, Vermont. I live in California. Am thrilled with your site. Thank you so much for doing this!
 

Name: Katherine M. Smith-Christensen <kc.sunshine@adelphia.net>
Date: 2005-06-15
Comments:
Looking for information pertaining to:

Samuel Dashnaw - Husband no dates??
Calista - Wife died October 1, 1930
- Daughter - Emma Dashnaw - Born 1886 - Died 1955
- Son - Sam Dashnaw - no dates??
- Son - Edward Dashnaw - no dates??
- Daughter - Celia Dashnaw - no dates??

 

Name: Thomas Bull <lindabull62@hotmail.com>
Date: 2005-06-14
Comments:
Great Site...keep up the great work. I have been able to find many of my family resting places; ones that I had no idea where they were buried.
 

Name: P. Anne Mayville <nurse_anne@msn.com>
Date: 2005-06-01
Comments:
I noticed when I visited the St. Alphones Cemetery, Tupper Lake site and my husband's family plot that there was no mention of my mother-in-law. My husband and I buried her there in july of 1991. Death of death was March 1, 1991. She was cremated and her ashes put by my father-in-law Elmer Mayville. The ashes were placed there by the caretaker of the cemetery. Can someone correct this. Thanks
 

Name: David Robinson <ddrobinusa@aol.com>
Date: 2005-05-17
Comments:
Great Guestbook!!!!! I'm searching for info about
RUFUS ROBINSON b. 1840 d. 1929 ( my gg )

 

Name: Bob Daniels <bobdaniels@charter.net>
Date: 2005-05-15
Comments:
Thanks so much for transcribing the Brainardsville, NY Cemetary information. I found the transcriptions for the lot my great, grandmother's brother is burried in, Andrew Shaw. I had been looking for some record of his being in Brainardsville for years. Finding this was a real breakthrough! This gives me his death date, age at death and the birth and death dates for his daughter, Mary.
Interestingly, the other piece of information I had on him was a letter he had written to my great, grandmother on the occasion of her husband's unexpected death in 1899. The date of his letter was dated June 22, 1899. He died suddenly himself about two weeks later, on Aug. 8, 1899. What an odd coincidence. Thanks again for all this work -- it sure helped me!

 

Name: Elizabeth Pelcher <gnewton1@bellsouth.net>
Date: 2005-05-13
Comments:
Thank you for a wonderful web site. My brother, Thomas Pelcher and I enjoyed finding our Grandparents information.
 

Name: Jane Johnson <jarajohnson@mountaincable.net>
Date: 2005-05-13
Comments:
What a wonderful site--and with pictures of gravestones also. Congratulations for your contribution for family history seekers. Searaching for Todd name in Malone and area.
Jane

 

Name: JACK WYATT <M2WYATT@SBCGLOBAL.NET>
Date: 2005-05-13
Comments:
Hi Joyce,I've visited your site many times and mailed you a couple concerning the Marshall and Hodskins families, but never signed the guestbook.
Great site really appreciate all the hard work. Thank you

 

Name: Mary Ann Craig <maryannredfern@yahoo.com>
Date: 2005-05-09
Comments:
Thank you.
 

Name: evelyn (baker) nadon <mops@sover.net>
Date: 2005-05-08
Comments:
how often are these sites updated? in the mountain view cemetery, brighton franklin cty., n.y. i do not find some of my relatives that have passed on in the last few years.
does a family member have to submit this information?

 

Name: Connie Jones <cryingkate1@webtv.net>
Date: 2005-05-06
Comments:
Thank yous To all For All the work done in order to put this cemetery online. I found my gr gr grandparents graves thanks to yous.
I am truly as appreciative as I am Excited. THank you !
Connie

 

Name: dolores <dodi27@twcny.rr.com>
Date: 2005-05-04
Comments:
have to ammend my e-mail address. this is the correct one. i had expected to find the grave of Linda Lee Santemore, a cousin of mine who died of drowning when she was about 5 years old. she was the daughter of Walter and Lorraine Santemore of Malone, whom I have also lost touch with and presume are also deceased. has anyone ever heard of these people?
 

Name: dolores <dodi@twcny.rr.com>
Date: 2005-05-04
Comments:
so happy to have Notre Dame Cemetery transcribed at last. finally have the info i needed on the stones, blanchards and brugeons.
 

Name: ALLEN N. DAVENPORT JR. <buddavenport33@verizon.net>
Date: 2005-05-02
Comments:
I am looking for Samuel Davenport died 1852, buried Coopersville, Clinton County, New York.

This is a great site a good share of my family is buried in this area.


 

Name: Nancy Kozak <lbfly2000@yahoo.com>
Date: 2005-04-29
Comments:
Great site and very helpful for a person from California. Found some of my BAKER ancestors in the Develin Cemetery...what a surprise! Thank you.
 

Name: Randy Waters <randy.waters@hp.com>
Date: 2005-04-27
Comments:
May my Grandmother (Charlotte) and sister (Donna Leigh) Waters forever rest in peace. Out of sight,but not out of mind. "Those who remember the dead love the living. Forever in my thoughts and prayers. Your Grandson & Brother. Love always, Randy
 

Name: E Stickney <eestickney@aol.com>
Date: 2005-04-24
Comments:
My ggg grandfather was Lemuel Stickney b. 2/13/1761 in Ma. d. 5/3/1842 in Franklin NY. Still trying to locate where he is burried. Any info is appreciated Tks eestickney@aol.com
 

Name: E. Stickney <eestickney@aol.com>
Date: 2005-04-24
Comments:
I have been into many cemetaries without much luck. My grt grt grt grandfather was Lemuel Stickney b. 2/13/1761 in Boxford Ma. d. 5/3/1842 in Franklin NY. Looking for the location of his grave & looking for any help re Lemuel. Tks eestickney@aol.com
 

Name: Judy Turner <jturner8372@charter.net>
Date: 2005-04-24
Comments:
I am look for a transcribtion of Immaculate Conception Cemetary located in Keeseville, Essex County, New York. I do not see this cemetary listed for Essex County or Clinton County. Was it missed? Is there a transcribtion available? Will it be leasted on the Essex County site?

Thanks Judy

 

Name: Bev Savage Castiglione <beejay@twcny.rr.com>
Date: 2005-04-23
Comments:
P.S. to my first message: The cedar trees which now line the west boundary of Hillside Rest Cemetery in Bombay were planted there (approx. in 1994 0r '95) in memory of my husband, Vince Castiglione, after requesting and receiving permission from the Cemetary Assoc. Board Members. Their fast and full growth now provide a nice background for the Savage and Castiglione monuments as well as several others located in that area. My only regret is that they do not continue all the way down the hill. Maybe some day.
 

Name: Bev Savage Castiglione <beejay@twcny.rr.com>
Date: 2005-04-23
Comments:
Joyce, Thank you so much for undertaking this unbelievable project and even more for making it available on a website. I came upon it purely by accident while searching something else. I couldn't believe my eyes when I saw Hillside Rest Cemetery- Bombay. All my relativs-- both Savage and Dustin--were from the Westville, Fort Covongton, Bombay area. My father, mother and husband are buried in Hillside Rest. I was born and grew up in Bombay. Even though I now live in central NY I visit Hillside Rest frequently every summer and can even mentally locate the sites of the names I read on your transcription.
Just curious -- are you from northern New York?
Thanks again.

 

Name: Anne Sprentz <asprentz@bex.net>
Date: 2005-04-22
Comments:
I would like to say a huge THANK YOU for the tombstone transcription project. I was able to find my gggrandfather, Kovacs Mihaly listed among those buried in the Mineville cemetery. Finding this truely made my day!!
 

Name: Robert Brooks Jr. <fix4y2@dreamscape.com>
Date: 2005-04-18
Comments:
Its was nice to find this site for St john Bosco Cemetary. I am the great grandson of William and Mabel (Wheeler) Brooks. My Grandfather Henry Brooks (son) to William and mabel was placed there and I would like to get his information listed on your web site. I know very little about the family before William and mabel - Learning more would be interesting. Please let me know who I can submit my granfathers infor mation to to be placed on your site.


 

Name: Barbara Langlois LaGrave <lagrave@nycap.rr.com>
Date: 2005-04-13
Comments:
this information is wonderful. are there projects of this type for counties near albany? i would be interested in assisting in transcribing local cemetaries in my area. can you advise?
 

Name: William S. Shields <wmsshields@aol.com>
Date: 2005-04-13
Comments:
I was surfing, looking for any hisory about our family from Bombay, who had a slipper factory there
 

Name: Gayle Debyah-Conant <gayleconant@imperialcounty.net>
Date: 2005-04-03
Comments:
Hi. I was looking at the names on your website trying to find my Grandparents. I found them in the Notre Dame Cemetary. I would like you to make a correction on my grandmother, Glady's William Debyah. I hope the headstone does not say she was born in 1943 because she was over 80 years old when she passed away in 1998. My grandfather was born in 1909. I would like someone to double check that information. Otherwise, I love your website. Thanks!
 

Name: JEAN PRESPARE THRASHER <JPTRAS@AOL.COM>
Date: 2005-03-28
Comments:
3/05 ST ALPHONSUS CEMETERY TOOK OVER ST THOMAS CEMETERY NEXT TO IT YEARS AGO & NOW IT IS SO OVER GROWN CANT FIND THE STONES. DOES ANYONE KNOW WHERE TO GO TO GET INFO.ON THE PEOPLE BURIED THERE? I WANT TO FIND MY GRANDFATHER HARVEY H VANVRANKEN. HIS OBIT SAID HE WAS PLACED IN THE Vault TILL SPRING 1946. IF YOU HAVE ANY INFO. E-MAIL ME.
 

Name: Sharon Ruthman <sruthman@hr.rochester.edu>
Date: 2005-03-28
Comments:
Hello- viewing your website, I see that the dates for my grandparents deaths were inverted. My grandmother Mary E Dyer died in 1977 and my grandfather Orville Dyer died in 1955. If you could correct them. My parents and my siblings were wondering if there were two plots available for my parents. My mother was a Dyer, her name is MaryEllen. They would like us to secure plots for them. My brother would like to come up at Spring break and look if that is possible. His name is Larry Wingate.
Also my Uncle died, and buried last year, he would be my mother's brother, his name is George- I obvioulsy don't see his name listed as it hasn't been updated recently. But, would he be buried there also? If you wouldn't mind letting me know. Please if you can not help with information about available plots, if you could direct me to who might be able to help.

Thanks in advance- Sharon Wingate Ruthman

 

Name: AndrewLucia/Lussier <aLucia@webtv.net or RDLussier@webtv.net>
Date: 2005-03-18
Comments:
I was born in Altona,N.Y. (Clinton County), but I now live in Chicopee, MA. My grandmother was a Bushey/Boucher, and my g-grandmother was a Boulerice. Tere were several Boulerices that married into my Lussier/Lucia genealogy line. Andy
 

Name: Lea Mitchell <dooshna@aol.com>
Date: 2005-03-16
Comments:
I am researching my Irish ancestors John Jenkins and wife Mary/Maria J. Salmon Dwyer Jenkins. They arrived in Chateaugay by 1850. She is buried in St.Pat's in Chateaugay but so far haven't found his grave. He (d) July 24,1893 there. The records for Her death are what gave me her maiden name. Always thought she was a Dwyer as all other records state that until found death record stating she was (b) Salmon so now know she must have (m) a Dwyer first in Ireland. Kids were: John (m) Rozilla Sargent (dau. of Joe and Sally); Ralph (m) Francis Brooks (dau. of David and Esubia): Charles (no (m) known-(d) soldiers home Dayton,Ohio 1880's). If you are related I would love to hear from you. If you have ANY info(Especially about the Salmon and/or Dwyer connection)I would love to hear from you. Thank You, Lea Mitchell in CT. dooshna@aol.com
 

Name: Judith Coates <jacoates7@earthlink.net>
Date: 2005-03-16
Comments:
I enjoyed the transcription sites and found some useful information. Thank You!
 

Name: joan pond <vintvoyage@cs.com>
Date: 2005-03-13
Comments:
so enjoyed tracing the Pond descendants in Malone & surrounding areas. thank you SO MUCH for providing vital information in our search.
Joan Pond
Carlsbad, California
760-804-0502

 

Name: Diane <dianedulin@sbcglobal.net>
Date: 2005-03-11
Comments:
I've discovered so much new information about my family through your website. Thank you so much!

I placed LINKS to several of you pages on my homestead site; I want to share this wonderful find with my family, MALBONE. Hopefully, we'll visit you here often!

 

Name: Pat Barber Broadbrook <p1701@bellsouth.net>
Date: 2005-03-01
Comments:
I am so glad to see Notre Dame on the list. I can do a lot with what I have found so far. Some of my ancestors are
buried there. They are Barber, Charland, Fisher and Rushford. I am still trying to find my Grandmother who is buried there. Josephine Rushford Barber the first wife of Willard Barber. Keep up the good work and THANK YOU.

 

Name: Glendine <glenny@bluemoo.net>
Date: 2005-02-23
Comments:
How do you find the names of the people buried at St.Peter&Paul's cemetary....Thank you
 

Name: Lynn Hiti <eveleth@surfbest.net>
Date: 2005-02-22
Comments:
Thank you so much for transcribing these cemeteries. I'm a descendant of the Beardsley, Bishop, Brittell, Holcombe and
White families that lived in these counties in New York. I really appreciate the information.

 

Name: Brenda Finnegan <brenda.finnegan@verizon.net>
Date: 2005-02-22
Comments:
Hi, I am looking forward to viewing this site.

Thanks,

Brenda

 

Name: JEAN PRESPARE THRASHER <JPTRAS@AOL.COM>
Date: 2005-02-22
Comments:
WOULD LIKE TO HEAR FROM ANY RELATIVES LINKED TO JOSEPH/MARY PRESPARE WHO IS BURIED AT ST.ANN'S. ROUTHIER'S, LEFEBVRE, PROSPERE OR IF YOU KNEW THESE FAMILIES. SOMEONE MUST STILL LIVE AROUND THERE OR CLOSE BY.
 

Name: Marc Gendron <mfgendron@aol.com>
Date: 2005-02-21
Comments:
Dated February 21,2005:
My brother Peter Gendron graduated from St. Joseph's Academy in Malone N.Y. in 1965,attended Plattsburgh State University died in Verdun,Quebec in 1987.; My brother Morris Gendron attended Notre Dame School till June 1965 (Vietnam Vet 1967-71) and I attended Notre Dame School then school in Verdun ,Quebec, and now reside in New York City since 1984. My mother Carmen lives in Montreal. This is an incredible wealth of information. Nuns that taught me and my brothers, and friends.
MG

 

Name: Michelle Cardella <noahsc@excite.com>
Date: 2005-02-21
Comments:
This is wonderful. My great grandparents are buried here as well as others. I appreciate the time you put into this.
 

Name: Jack Wolfe <wolfelaw@uos.net>
Date: 2005-02-17
Comments:
Joyce:
You noted in your listing of the Clintonville Old Cemetary that you worked from an 1862 listing that indicated several broken and half buried gravestones. We are trying to tie down one generation back from Harriet and John C. Wolfe whose stones you show. Specifically, their father and mother James Young Wolfe d.1845 and mother Phoebe Towne, and their uncle, Orin Wolfe d 1839. Are there other records, either town records or church records in the area that might assist us. Thank you. Jack Wolfe

 

Name: Sheila Pannitti <sjpannitti@adelphia.net>
Date: 2005-02-17
Comments:
Just wanted to thank everyone who put in the time and effort to write down the names/dates of gravestones. Your hard work is very much appreciated.
 

Name: Jamie Fugate <fugate_j@firn.edu>
Date: 2005-02-12
Comments:
Thanks for the information on the Haselton Cemetery in Wilmington. I have been searching for the death date of Carl Eugene LAWRENCE and found him there! Thanks for all the work it took and for sharing.
Jamie

 

Name: Martin Andrew Lazore <c3p0laz@netscape.com>
Date: 2005-02-09
Comments:
I wanted to list my Fathers date of birth and death just for
the record. He is not buried at St. Regis but the family spread his ashes around round island on July 4th 2004.

Ralph Edward Lazore-DOB-November,29th 1935-Passed 10-23-2003
Son of Jake and Bessie{Herbert}Lazore
Married Rosemary{Dibrango}Lazore-Passed November, 20th 1990

I miss the cold still nights and the great July days fishing.I miss the rides through the Adirondac Mountains. My Aunt Hilda is still alive. She must be 76yrs.
Well it was a nice treat seeing this site, you have worked hard and spent lots of time alone doing something you love
very much.WOW...........................

 

Name: Martin Andrew Lazore <c3p0laz@netscape.com>
Date: 2005-02-09
Comments:
I remember this place. We burried my Aunt Margaret there in the mid-80's.My Dad, Ralph Edward Lazore, was born on round island in nov of 1935. He moved to Utica, NY and married never to return back home to live. As I grew the stories and heritage captivated me. I would return as a young adult on my own to visit Dad's sister Hilda many times.I now live in Charlotte, NC. To far of a distance to pop in on my aunt or boat out to the islands. Jake was my grandfather, he stayed on snake island. He passed in 1983 and is burried on the canadian side overlooking the river.
 

Name: Michelle Cardella <noahsc@excite.com>
Date: 2005-02-08
Comments:
This is wonderful. I had already known that my great grandparents were buried here, but to see their names (NASON) as well as other members of our family tree there is very nice.

Thank you for your hard work.

 

Name: Mary <emdee65@mywdo.com>
Date: 2005-02-05
Comments:
What a wonderful site, I live in Minnesota and am looking for information on my great great grandmother Amelia Pettigrew born in Clinton Ny 1854, Married Henry Rooke, Liived in BlackBrook and Mineville. Still looking for their burial site.
This is a site that gives me hope, that I will find them...
Thank you so much

 

Name: hilary leblanc <hilary078@aol.com>
Date: 2005-01-21
Comments:
am looking for my great uncle joseph leblanc a lumber jack killed in an accident around tupperlake about 1925? a truck hit his horse and wagon, for any relatives, his brother dolphus lived in long lake, his parents lived around glen robertson, in ontario canada, his father was henry? and mother was philomine?, this is a great site, thanks.
 

Name: NORMA MAYVILLE HOMBURGER <janeone99@yahoo.com>
Date: 2005-01-20
Comments:
this is invaluable to all researchers, thank you
 

Name: Joan <mylady12920@yahoo.com>
Date: 2005-01-20
Comments:
I read the story in the paper the other day and wrote down the web site so I could look it up. I had forgotten about it when quite by accident I happened upon the site. It was very interesting to go through the list of various cemetaries looking for family names. I will be very much interestered in looking through the ones in Clinton, especially the ones in Churubusco (note the correct spelling). I lived and grew up in Churubusco and that is where my mother and grandparents are buried.
Keep up the good work.

 

Name: Arthur Beane <threebeanes@cablespeed.com>
Date: 2005-01-19
Comments:
I am writing to you to let you know that I appreciate the work you have done in listing the headmarkers for the cemitarys in Malone. I was born in Malone and moved to the west coast in 1947 I have very few memories of things that went on in Malone at that time, as kids we were in our own little world, I have found the grave section in the Noter Dame Cenentery where my father, grandfather, and grand mother and sister are buried. I sincerly thank you and if I could I would do that in person, but I am too old to travel that far. Thanks again. Art Beane
 

Name: Larry Keniston <mapakeni@adelphia.net>
Date: 2005-01-19
Comments:
Extremely well done web site. Keep up the good work!
 

Name: Leslie Chapman <LKChap@aol.com>
Date: 2005-01-18
Comments:
I would be interested in anyone with Tryon lineage - primarily from Moira, Franklin, NY I descend from David Tryon and Elizabeth (Lewis), their s. William (m. Sarah Scott), their s. William (m. Lucinda Slosson), their s. Washington (m. Sarah A. Humphrey), their s. Clayton (m. Pearl E. Bowen), their s. Dale was my mother's father. The family owned a farm located on Sayles Rd. for a number of years, through several generations.
 

Name: Jim Leggett <ropt_jim@westelcom.com>
Date: 2005-01-14
Comments:
This is a great site. It sure is a big help for senior genealogists, to pick up ancestral info without a lot of footwork. Beautiful work -- Many thanks Jim
 

Name: Frances P. Weik <fweik@theriver.com>
Date: 2005-01-13
Comments:
Joyce
Thank you so much for all your work. I went to Bangor (Keeler Cemetery) for one very blustery rainy day in September 2000. I found my gr gr grandfather Samuel P. SILSBEE who died 1854 age 40 and his wife Sara Lenore Patterson SILSBEE. Her second husband was Christopher B. Briggs. Briggs is buried with his first wife. Later I asked someone to take pictures for me and she found Wallace C. Silsbee their son under a lot of weeds. I have never found another son HIRAM SILSBEE and it nags at me. Would it be possible that the stone you mention with the name Hiram might have been laying near or matching the stones of my gr gr grandparents?

I have the death certificate of Ellen J. Silsbee her husband was Samuel SILSBEE who died in the Civil War. That Samuel is the son of Alfred SILSBEE and Lucy Sophronia Patterson SILSBEE and is buried in the West Bangor Cemetery with a date of September 19, 1864 Age 25 years old. Ellen and Samuel must have been married just before he went to war. I gather no children from that marriage.

I have never found any gravesite for the first Samuel Silsbee who is in the history books which mentions a child born to the father in 1814 which is my gr gr grandfather Samuel P. SILSBEE. Thanks again, Frances

 

Name: Lindell Johnson <Beavs2@msn.com>
Date: 2005-01-12
Comments:
I believe I have found my Great-great grandfather and Great-great grandmother buried in the Old Burt Cemetery. Lewis Cady (1797-1887) and Betsey Alden Cady (1829-1887) are the names. Is there any way to acquire buriel records or headstone rubbings, if any. Also, do you have suggestions on how I can find more information on Betsey Alden Cady and her direct line to John Alden and Priscilla Mullins of the Mayflower group? Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks for any help given.

 

Name: Jean Prespare Thrasher <jptras@aol.com>
Date: 2005-01-11
Comments:
1-11-05 finally found this cemetery with my grandparents stone. Joseph H Prespare & Mary (LEFERVE)his wife. iF ANYONE KNOW THESE FAMILY WHO ARE FROM AROUND THERE I WOULD LIKE TO FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THE FAMILY.
 

Name: Michelle <mabern2@msn.com>
Date: 2005-01-07
Comments:
This project is MUCH appreciated!! I am researching the Badgers and to be able to see the names and details of what is on the headstones is awesome. Thank you for all of your efforts!!
 

Name: Robin Coon <robincoon@aol.com>
Date: 2005-01-05
Comments:
I still like the site! I just wanted to correct my email address from my last entry in case anyone else is researching the Colby family. Thanks!
 

Name: Robin Coon <robincoon>
Date: 2005-01-05
Comments:
This is a wonderful project and much appreciated! I am researching the descendants of John Colby and Syrena White -seems most are in North Elba/Lake Placid. I'm keeping my fingers crossed that North Elba cemetery will be transcribed in the near future!
 

Name: Jon Jerman <jonjerman@aol.com>
Date: 2005-01-04
Comments:
Does ayone have the mailing address of the St. Johns in the Wilderness Episcopal Cemetary or who maintains it.
 

Name: Jon Daniel Jerman <jonjerman@aol.com>
Date: 2005-01-04
Comments:
I am the Grandson of Llewellyn Daniel Jerman and am very happy to find his resting place. Thanks to all involved in this project. I will visit in the Spring.
 

Name: Jack Allen <jack_a_1950@yahoo.com>
Date: 2004-12-29
Comments:
Joyce, You did a very good job, people will thank you for years to come.
 

Name: Dick Couch <beaucouc@up.net>
Date: 2004-12-19
Comments:
This is EXCELLENT!!! Thanks and best wishes. Dick Couch,
direct descendant of Bela C. Bailey, bur. Ticonderoga.

 

Name: Matthew Avery <mdavery1972@comcast.nert>
Date: 2004-12-09
Comments:
Dear Joyce,
Thanks for all your hard work and unending dediation. A distant Avery cousin and fellow genealogist told me about your site and this is absolutley WONDERFUL! I only dream of doing what you do! Your work and research makes mine and those to come much easier. HISTORY LIVES on through your work. Many Thanks and good luck.
Matthew D. Avery
Salem, NH, USA

 

Name: Cam Coulter <ccoulter1@socal.rr.com>
Date: 2004-12-07
Comments:
What a great website - I found my grandfather and grandmother and greatgrandfather and greatgrandmother here.
WEBSTER/KEEFE/COULTER

 

Name: George Field <jiffyf@earthlink.net>
Date: 2004-11-28
Comments:
Very pleased to see the gravestone of Jewlitta Finney who is probably my gggrandmother. Wonderfull that you would take the time to do this.
 

Name: Todd Benware <benware@dreamscape.com>
Date: 2004-11-26
Comments:
I have been trying to find the gravesite of Vernon Benware. He is listed as buried in section 9, but I have walked that section twice and cannot find the marker. Any help in this matter would be appreciated. Is there any way to review your transcription notes to get a general idea of where it might be found? Thank you very much.
 

Name: Jean Prespare Thrasher <jptras@aol.com>
Date: 2004-11-20
Comments:
I am researching Prespare (Prospere), Routhier (Routier), Van Vranken, Lavigne, and Lefevre (Lefebvre). Email me if you would like to exchange information.
 

Name: Jean Prespare Thrasher <jptras@aol.com>
Date: 2004-11-20
Comments:
We have photos of several picutes taken in St. Alphonsus Cemetery in Tupper Lake and a few taken in St Ann's cemetery in St Regis Falls. Would you like to have them so they can be posted with the name listed in records on website? Please let me know and I will email them to you.
 

Name: Marvin Connor <sfhistorian@charter.net>
Date: 2004-11-16
Comments:
Browsing through and checking on the Schuyler Falls Cemeteries in Clinton County. Thank you so much for your assistance with these listings.
 

Name: Jonathan Tetreault <zane9@hotmail.com>
Date: 2004-11-11
Comments:
I'm very grateful to Joyce Ranieri for her Franklin County cemetery transcription work. Her work has helped my genealogy research tremendously. I was able to find 2 of my great-great grandfathers on different sides of my family!
 

Name: Karen Klino <moselle940@aol.com>
Date: 2004-11-08
Comments:
KLINO, LESTER I am researching the LESTER family from Enoch and Prudence of Franklin County.
 

Name: Clifford Hunt <cliffhunt@comcast.net>
Date: 2004-11-08
Comments:
Thanks for all the help your web site has already given me, looking forward to the transcription of the Champlain Cemeterys. Hope to find the resting place of Sarah Leonard Mayo there.
Cliff Hunt

 

Name: Mary Kane <5kanes@comcast.net>
Date: 2004-11-06
Comments:
Thank you so very much for your excellent work in transcribing the headstones in the various cemeteries in your area. It has been such a help in locating our relatives
(LaDue, Abear). I have followed this site for the past few years and it keeps getting better and better.
Many thanks,
Mary Kane

 

Name: Joseph A. LaFantaisie Sweet <jalsweet@hotmail.com>
Date: 2004-11-04
Comments:
What an important project this is--especially for those of us who are researching our families. My families come from Bombay and Hogansburg...My LaFantaisie family built a log house in Hogansburg in the 1760s!! I understand there is someone writing a Hogansburg History and I would love to contact them as I may be able to add to their research from a very early time...thanks...Joe
 

Name: carol <cakelady74@yahoo.com>
Date: 2004-10-24
Comments:
Thank-you so much for finishing Notre Dame Cemetery in Malone. I have one correction to make though..in section 6 under the name Gokey..my Mom is Rita and she was born March 4, 1925 not..1923. You had my Dad's birth right..Francis G. Gokey May 29, 1925 Thanks again..I've been waiting for the records and an delighted at the good job you folks did.
 

Name: Brian Lamica <blamica1@yahoo.com>
Date: 2004-10-20
Comments:
I am glad to see that the Notre Dame Cemetary project is on the web. However maybe I can help with a name I don't see on the list. Leon LATOURNEAU a very good friend of my dad's is baried in section 1 of the cemetary. I don't see his name listed. Would you please check on this - Thank You
The Lamica Family

 

Name: Frank W. Patnaude <F.Patnaude@Comcast.net>
Date: 2004-10-16
Comments:
This site is outstanding and has been prepared with great interest.

Well done,

Frank

 

Name: Rick Johnson <skinnydragon@comcast.net>
Date: 2004-10-10
Comments:
Thank you for posting this. I have been looking for information about my ancestors from Essex County. I have never even been to NY state. I found the tombstone photo for John Blake at the Old Post Cemetary in Elizabethtown. He is in my direct line but I know little about him. I am now looking through the other cemetaries for other Blakes and Whitmans also.
 

Name: June Blair Yourous <cookinhater@cox.net>
Date: 2004-10-03
Comments:
I can't tell you how much I appricate the hard work you have done for this site... I have been able to find a little more infor on my families .. BLAIR BELAIR LAMICA LAMITIE YANDO RIVETTE PEACOCK PIGEON ROBIDOUX just to name a few.. again thank you so much. only wished I lived in the area to help out..
 

Name: Alison <rapoetker@shaw.ca>
Date: 2004-09-24
Comments:
The work you have done transcribing the cemeteries has been fantastic. I would have never have found out how my gg grandmother got her name without your records. She was Experience Bacon Harvey, dau of Abel B. Harvey and his wife Asenath Williamson. I have found so many of my relatives in your work.