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Yesterday I ask for help with the funeral homes, in Erie county, I was able
to locate a complete list of them through my browser
several days ago, I got a list of 63 names from the Woodlawn Cemetery in
Orchard park, with my family members listed.
from that list, on each family member the funeral home is listed.
After putting those in alphabet order, I was able to determine, how many
came from each funeral home,
I called the ones, that are listed, and they told me they would be happy to
send me any obituraries they might have, this has been a tremendous effort,
not just on my part but for the folks on the list also, most of the family
members lived in the cowlesville and Bennington Area, and some of the
deaths go back to 1931
I appreciate the help of the folks here, and its just one more step to
finding information, about those who died young, because of a genetic
illness in our family, These family members who are burried at Woodlawn
confirm my own suspicions, realizing that many were very young. The disease
its self is European Scandanivan decent.
My Miller and Rollman g grand parents are german.
my dads family is the other link,
I enourage you to check out
this is inherrited emphysema, and you dont have to be a smoker to have
this, as I have never smoked, it causes liver failure also.
Again thanks for your help.
transcriber of the 1850 copiah county ms
and now doing the 1830/40 copiah county census
and to D Holmes, I am not quite sure why you wrote me,
with the words unsubscribe!
in the State of NY
looking for those in Orchard Park, and some in Buffalo
trying to locate some of the phone numbers to see if they have anyh of the
Got a list of family members from the woodlawn cemetery in orchard park
with Dates of deaths.
But there are many different funeral homes.
thanks, Lynda lindsey
transcriber of the 1850- copiah county ms census
and now beginning the 18830/40 census for copiah county
Hi, Kurt in Kalamzoo,
Sheldon is a town (think Michigan township) in western Wyoming county,
and I think also a hamlet (perhaps just a crossroad) inside the Town of
Sheldon. The town is just inside the western Wyoming county line next to
the Town of Wales in Erie county. The Town of Java is to the south, the
Town of Orangeville to the east, and the Town of Bennington to the north.
The hamlet of Sheldon is at the crossroads of Goose Hill Rd/Center Line
Rd. and Bartz Rd./North Sheldon Rd. Both Rds change their names around
Sheldon. There is also North Sheldon (oddly enough north of the hamlet of
Sheldon ;>)) and a Sheldon Center (located strangely enough in the center
of the Town of Sheldon;>)). It seems our ancestors did use a little logic
This info is from my DeLorme atlas of New York State (1993).
Sorry, can't help with the Gable/Gebel family or the town history.
Barbara in Saline Michigan
On Sat, 18 Dec 1999 17:07:29 -0500 "Kurt J Kremlick, Jr"
> I have just discovered that my gt gt gt grandparents came from
> Sheldon NY. My problem is that I don't know where Sheldon is. It's
> not on the web site map of 1895 and it certainly isn't on any maps I
> have in the house (NY State Highway included). So a bit of help
> And if ytyou are wondering what family it is the Gebel family, Jacob
> and Peter. Peter's son - John whose name became Gable is my gt gt gd
> fr. And information on the family would be most appreciated along
> with a bit of history of the town.
> Thanks and have a very Merry Christmas
> Kurt in Kalamazoo
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I have just discovered that my gt gt gt grandparents came from Sheldon
NY. My problem is that I don't know where Sheldon is. It's not on the web
site map of 1895 and it certainly isn't on any maps I have in the house
(NY State Highway included). So a bit of help please.
And if ytyou are wondering what family it is the Gebel family, Jacob and
Peter. Peter's son - John whose name became Gable is my gt gt gd fr. And
information on the family would be most appreciated along with a bit of
history of the town.
Thanks and have a very Merry Christmas
Kurt in Kalamazoo
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There are actually two possible answers to this.
1. If he actually died in Wyoming, contact the Village of Wyoming Clerk at 103
Main St., Wyoming NY 14591; phone 716 495-6374
2. If he died in the hospital in Warsaw, his death certificate would be found in
that town. Contact the Town Clerk at P.O. Box 184, Warsaw NY 14569; phone 716
786-2800 or the Village Clerk at 15 S. Main Street, Warsaw NY 14569; phone 716
786-2120. (Sorry, unsure which clerk actually has the documents. But they can
or 3. If he died in the hospital in Batavia, you need to contact them for the
death certificate. Town Clerk, 4165 W. Main Rd., Batavia NY 14020; phone 716
In New York, each village and town maintains their own records. That is why it
is essential to know where the individual actually died. The most probable
locations would be 1 or 2. Hope this helps.
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> Would someone please tell me how to obtain the death certificate and obituary
> of Malcolm Ellis who died 19 February 1995 in Wyoming, NY. Any help would be
> appreciated. Thank you.
> Jenny, Indiana
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I received information that my family sold part of their farm to the local
cemetery. I was hoping someone would be able to identify the cemetery by
the description I received.
"Rober Toal's wife Nancy [Agnes] died at 49. They lived on the old State
Road, Town of Covington, Wyoming County, New York. That would be located
about 4 miles from Emily Boyd McColl's farm at 521 South St Rd., Pavillion,
NY 14525, and south of the town of Peoria. The Toal's owned a farm, and
sold part of it to the local cemetery, where John and Sarah Dugan are
buried, along with their daughter Margaret, Mrs. John Martin."
Nancy Toal would have died around 1876.
From: Walter J. Hastrich <waltange(a)localnet.com>
To: NYWYOMIN-L(a)rootsweb.com <NYWYOMIN-L(a)rootsweb.com>
Date: Tuesday, December 07, 1999 3:21 AM
Subject: [NYWYOMIN] Gravestone Inscriptions
>Have gravestone inscriptions for St. Marys Cemetery, Strykersville, for St.
>Marys Cemetery, Java Center, and for St. Nicholas Cemetery, North Java.
>Can I do look-ups for anyone>?
Looking for information on a Dorothy C. Blake d. June 30, 1976; burried in Forest Hill Cemetery, Attica, Wyoming Co., N.Y. her husband was Percy A. Blake burried next to her. She is listed as sister to my great-grandfather in his obit. I have no other information on her and she was not his sister when his father died in 1910. His obit only list her and a niece and nephew as the only kin when he had two sisters, a son, grand-daughter and three great-grandchildren. This is a big mistery to me and any information would be helpful. She could possible be a step-sister as his mother did remarry after his fathers death in 1910 to a William Sloann of Elmira, N.Y. Or she could be a sister-in-law from his second wife Pearl. Lisa Smallwood
I am looking for information on any of the following:
Henry George HAMAN b. June 3, 1850, and his wife Amelia Rossina
Any information would be greatly appreciated.
Pamela B. Erwin