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    1. Re: [NY-CEMETERIES] Civil War Nurse Dedication Ceremony - correction
    2. Greenhagen, Susanne
    3. Well, it helps to include the correct URL: http://www.localhistory.edu/sites/cwrt/blanchard.html -- Sue Greenhagen (who didn't have enough coffee this am) -----Original Message----- From: Greenhagen, Susanne Sent: Monday, November 08, 2010 9:29 AM To: nyhist-l@listserv.nysed.gov; cnydhp@clrc.org; nys-lgh@listserv.nysed.gov; ny-centra@rootsweb.com; ny-military@rootsweb.com; ny-civil-war@rootsweb.com; nyononda@rootsweb.com; ny-cemeteries@rootsweb.com Cc: Greenhagen, Susanne Subject: Civil War Nurse Dedication Ceremony ***** Please excuse cross-posting ***** LUCY J. BLANCHARD Civil War Nurse Gravesite Dedication Ceremony 11 o'clock Saturday, November 13, 2010 Oakwood Cemetery, Syracuse, New York In 1911, Civil War nurse Lucy Blanchard died in Fenton, Michigan. Her remains were brought back to Syracuse and she was buried in Oakwood Cemetery. For ninety- nine years, her grave was unmarked and the memory of her service faded. Thanks to the efforts of Michigan historian Len Thomas, Lucy's life story has been researched in depth. With the help of the Daughters of Union Veterans of the Civil War, a government headstone has been placed on Lucy's grave. On Saturday morning, November 13 at 11 o'clock, all are invited to pay tribute to this courageous lady, so long forgotten. For more information and a map to the gravesite, go to: http://localhistory.morrisville.edu/sites/blanchard.html Submitted by Sue Greenhagen

    11/08/2010 05:52:49
    1. [NY-CEMETERIES] Civil War Nurse Dedication Ceremony
    2. Greenhagen, Susanne
    3. ***** Please excuse cross-posting ***** LUCY J. BLANCHARD Civil War Nurse Gravesite Dedication Ceremony 11 o'clock Saturday, November 13, 2010 Oakwood Cemetery, Syracuse, New York In 1911, Civil War nurse Lucy Blanchard died in Fenton, Michigan. Her remains were brought back to Syracuse and she was buried in Oakwood Cemetery. For ninety- nine years, her grave was unmarked and the memory of her service faded. Thanks to the efforts of Michigan historian Len Thomas, Lucy's life story has been researched in depth. With the help of the Daughters of Union Veterans of the Civil War, a government headstone has been placed on Lucy's grave. On Saturday morning, November 13 at 11 o'clock, all are invited to pay tribute to this courageous lady, so long forgotten. For more information and a map to the gravesite, go to: http://localhistory.morrisville.edu/sites/blanchard.html Submitted by Sue Greenhagen

    11/08/2010 02:28:46
    1. Re: [NY-CEMETERIES] Talk on Woodlawn Cem
    2. If you go to the free website "find a grave", you will find a list of thousands of cemeteries all over the world. Just pick the state and county (if you have it) and you will go to the listings for that particular state. Again, this is a free site and I have found a lot of information about my ancesters. Also, you might try rootsweb.com. It too is free and perhaps you could search by the name of the person for whom you are looking. -----Original Message----- From: PMDofWP@aol.com To: ny-cemeteries@rootsweb.com Sent: Tue, Oct 12, 2010 12:20 pm Subject: Re: [NY-CEMETERIES] Talk on Woodlawn Cem In response to I ,I WAS WONDERING IF THEY WILL HAVE THIS CEMETERY ON LINE AS I LIVE IN ALIFORNIA ?? THANK YOU ,JAN BIROSS i. The records for Woodlawn Cem are not online - there is a request form ou can use. They are working on something (do not have all the details) or their 150th anniversary which I believe is in 3 years. ------------------------------ o unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to NY-CEMETERIES-request@rootsweb.com ith the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of he message

    10/12/2010 09:52:17
    1. Re: [NY-CEMETERIES] Talk on Woodlawn Cem
    2. In response to HI ,I WAS WONDERING IF THEY WILL HAVE THIS CEMETERY ON LINE AS I LIVE IN CALIFORNIA ?? THANK YOU ,JAN BIROSS Hi. The records for Woodlawn Cem are not online - there is a request form you can use. They are working on something (do not have all the details) for their 150th anniversary which I believe is in 3 years.

    10/12/2010 06:20:28
    1. Re: [NY-CEMETERIES] Talk on Woodlawn Cem
    2. JANICE REID BIROSS
    3. HI ,I WAS WONDERING IF THEY WILL HAVE THIS CEMETERY ON LINE AS I LIVE IN CALIFORNIA ?? THANK YOU ,JAN BIROSS --- On Wed, 10/6/10, PMDofWP@aol.com <PMDofWP@aol.com> wrote: From: PMDofWP@aol.com <PMDofWP@aol.com> Subject: [NY-CEMETERIES] Talk on Woodlawn Cem To: NY-CEMETERIES-L@rootsweb.com Date: Wednesday, October 6, 2010, 10:03 PM Westchester County Genealogical Society (NY) Upcoming Meeting MEETING INFO: WHAT: Exploring Woodlawn Cemetery with Susan Olsen WHEN: Saturday, Oct 9 @ 10 a.m. WHERE: The meeting opens at 10:00 a.m. at the Aldersgate United Methodist Church, 600 Broadway, Dobbs Ferry, NY. Woodlawn Cemetery is one of the largest cemeteries in New York City. A rural cemetery located in the Bronx, it opened in 1863, in what was then southern Westchester County, in an area that was annexed to New York City in 1874. The cemetery covers more than 400 acres and is the resting place for more than 300,000 people. Woodlawn's Director of Historical Services Susan Olsen will describe the cemetery and the records available.  Ms. Olsen is also the former Executive Director of Friends of Woodlawn.  Guests are welcome.  Coffee and conversation precede the meeting at 9:30 a.m.  For information about Westchester County Genealogical Society (Westchester Connection or Surname List), visit WCGS home page -- _http://www.rootsweb.com/~nywcgs/_ (http://www.rootsweb.com/~nywcgs/) Hope to see you on Saturday!! RESERVED THESE DATES FOR WCGS FUTURE MEETINGS Nov 13, 2010 The Ol’ Put: History of the Putnam Division of the New York Central      Joe Schiavone Dec 11, 2010 Finding People, Living or Dead, on the Internet Dr Nathan Reiss Jan 8, 2011 The New York Catholic Protectory Janet Brunch Munch Feb 12, 2011 Navigating Key Genealogy Websites Tony Lauriano Mar 12, 2011 The Journey Takers Leslie Albrecht Huber Apr 9, 2011 New York City Vital Records Debra Braverman May 14, 2011 Exploring the 1940 US Census Christopher Zarr June 11, 2011 Controlling Your Genealogy Computer Files Janice Parker ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to NY-CEMETERIES-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    10/07/2010 05:59:59
    1. Re: [NY-CEMETERIES] Talk on Woodlawn Cem
    2. Hi List Owner Would you be kind enough to contact me off the list. Thanks Best Bill _wflem72706@aol.com_ (mailto:wflem72706@aol.com)

    10/07/2010 04:10:17
    1. [NY-CEMETERIES] Talk on Woodlawn Cem
    2. Westchester County Genealogical Society (NY) Upcoming Meeting MEETING INFO: WHAT: Exploring Woodlawn Cemetery with Susan Olsen WHEN: Saturday, Oct 9 @ 10 a.m. WHERE: The meeting opens at 10:00 a.m. at the Aldersgate United Methodist Church, 600 Broadway, Dobbs Ferry, NY. Woodlawn Cemetery is one of the largest cemeteries in New York City. A rural cemetery located in the Bronx, it opened in 1863, in what was then southern Westchester County, in an area that was annexed to New York City in 1874. The cemetery covers more than 400 acres and is the resting place for more than 300,000 people. Woodlawn's Director of Historical Services Susan Olsen will describe the cemetery and the records available. Ms. Olsen is also the former Executive Director of Friends of Woodlawn. Guests are welcome. Coffee and conversation precede the meeting at 9:30 a.m. For information about Westchester County Genealogical Society (Westchester Connection or Surname List), visit WCGS home page -- _http://www.rootsweb.com/~nywcgs/_ (http://www.rootsweb.com/~nywcgs/) Hope to see you on Saturday!! RESERVED THESE DATES FOR WCGS FUTURE MEETINGS Nov 13, 2010 The Ol’ Put: History of the Putnam Division of the New York Central Joe Schiavone Dec 11, 2010 Finding People, Living or Dead, on the Internet Dr Nathan Reiss Jan 8, 2011 The New York Catholic Protectory Janet Brunch Munch Feb 12, 2011 Navigating Key Genealogy Websites Tony Lauriano Mar 12, 2011 The Journey Takers Leslie Albrecht Huber Apr 9, 2011 New York City Vital Records Debra Braverman May 14, 2011 Exploring the 1940 US Census Christopher Zarr June 11, 2011 Controlling Your Genealogy Computer Files Janice Parker

    10/06/2010 07:03:55
    1. Re: [NY-CEMETERIES] ISO Maps
    2. Margaret Gagliardi
    3. I use google maps. you can zoom in and the cemetery names show up over the gray area of the cemetery. In addition, you can go to satellite and even seen the roads and tombstones - everything. Margaret On Wed, Sep 1, 2010 at 3:34 PM, <PSmith1951@aol.com> wrote: > I am searching for a link to Dept of Trans maps on line that would show the > location of cemeteries. Does anyone know of a link? If so, can you > e-mail me? > > Thanks, > Peggy Smith > _psmith1951@aol.com_ (mailto:psmith1951@aol.com) > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > NY-CEMETERIES-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the > quotes in the subject and the body of the message >

    09/01/2010 02:29:23
    1. [NY-CEMETERIES] ISO Maps
    2. I am searching for a link to Dept of Trans maps on line that would show the location of cemeteries. Does anyone know of a link? If so, can you e-mail me? Thanks, Peggy Smith _psmith1951@aol.com_ (mailto:psmith1951@aol.com)

    09/01/2010 09:34:08
    1. [NY-CEMETERIES] Book 3 - St. Agnes Cemetery Database
    2. Bill & Cathy McGrath
    3. ANNOUNCING NEW DATABASE BOOK 3 - INTERMENT INDEX ST. AGNES CEMETERY, MENANDS NEW YORK INTERMENT YEARS - 1886-1910 A. Book 3, part of a multi-volume set of Interment Records at St. Agnes Cemetery, Menands, NY, with 11,844 names, has been added to the Troy Irish Genealogy website. You can view these interment records on the Troy Irish Genealogy website at: www.rootsweb.com/~nytigs/ click on PROJECTS and then click on ST. AGNES CEMETERY, MENANDS, NY - INTERMENT RECORDS. It should be noted that these records, like most of the TIGS data series, cover the general population in the area and are NOT restricted to Irish surnames. B. This data series of interment records shows an individuals name, date of death and age at death. Those records that had no date of death listed are shown with the interment date and are identified by an asterisk (*). Some death dates prior to 1886, are most likely re-interments from the State Street Burial site which was located at the site of present day Washington Park or from another cemetery. C. The age at death may be shown in either years, months and days. In some cases of newborn deaths the age may even be reported in hours or minutes. Around 90 of the records had no age reported. The following age at death statistics may be interesting of this time period when death at an early age was quite common. 1. Under age 1 - 1,754 deaths including 181 stillborns. 2. Age 1-5 - 1,080 deaths. 3. Age 6-10 - 316 deaths. 4. Age 11-16 - 272 deaths. 5. Age 17-20 - 428 deaths. 6. Age 21-29 - 1,318 deaths. 7. Age 30-39 - 1,441 deaths. 8. Age 40-49 - 1,258 deaths. 9. Age 50-59 - 1,497 deaths. 10. Age 60-69 - 1,336 deaths. 11. Age 70-79 - 726 deaths. 12. Age 80-89 - 267 deaths. 13. Age 90-99 - 57 deaths. 14. Age 100 & over - 4 deaths. D. The TIGS website has a PRINTABLE FORM that can be used to request more information from the Albany Diocesan Cemeteries. Mailing instructions and fees (only $5.00) are on the request form. Additional items available from the full interment record MAY include: 1. PLACE OF BIRTH: Information on the place of birth may be very useful to researchers. Out of the 11,844 records in Book 3, only 614 names did not have the place of birth recorded. The following breakdown on the reported place of birth may be of interest: CAPITAL DISTRICT: Albany - 5,522 Watervliet - 177 West Troy - 176 Troy - 148 Cohoes - 58 Greenbush - 34 Colonie - 27 Green Island - 26 Rensselaer - 23 Schenectady - 15 Menands - 15 TOTAL: 6,221 FOREIGN COUNTRIES: Ireland - 4,179 Germany - 116 Canada - 83 England - 63 Italy - 26 France - 15 Scotland - 15 The Netherlands - 4 Switzerland - 3 Austria - 2 Belgium - 1 Cuba - 1 At sea - 1 TOTAL: 4,509 OTHER STATES: Massachusetts - 23 Vermont - 22 Pennsylvania - 16 Connecticut - 9 Wisconsin - 8 New Jersey - 7 Ohio - 4 Rhode Island - 3 South Carolina - 3 Maryland - 3 Illinois - 2 Virginia - 2 District of Columbia - 2 Minnesota - 1 Iowa - 1 West Virginia - 1 California - 1 Washington - 1 North Carolina - 1 Louisiana - 1 New Hampshire - 1 Kentucky - 1 TOTAL: 113 USA-N.Y.CITY-N.Y.STATE: USA - 10 New York City - 85 Brooklyn - 23 N.Y. State - 6 New York (city or state?) - 8 TOTAL: 132 MISCELLANEOUS: Other cities, towns, counties throughout NYS - 255 2. PLACE OF DEATH: As would be expected, most of the deaths occurred in the City of Albany. Only 10 of the 11,844 records did not show the place of death. The following statistics on selected locations may be of interest: Albany - 9,550 West Troy - 315 Watervliet - 304 Troy - 286 New York City - 207 Cohoes - 157 Green Island - 68 Poughkeepsie - 61 Greenbush - 45 Colonie - 42 Rensselaer - 39 Menands - 20 3. RESIDENCE ADDRESS: The bulk of these interment records will show a street address with a house number. A lesser number may only show the street name or street intersections while some others may just mention the name of the city where the death occurred. This information may be helpful when doing census research. 4. INTERMENT DATE: The date of interment in St. Agnes Cemetery may be another clue which will be helpful to genealogy and family researchers. 5. IN WHOSE LOT THEY ARE INTERRED: Most of these entries show the first and last name of lot owners and in some cases show multiple family names as the lot owners. This information may be helpful to genealogy and family researchers as it may identify surname connections to your family that you were unaware of. 6. LOT NUMBER. 7. SECTION NUMBER. Hopefully you will find some of your ancestors listed among the 21,344 names in the three St. Agnes books that are now on line OR in the various other data series on the Troy Irish Genealogy website. Of particular interest to area researchers would be the 60,000 names in the Rensselaer County Marriage Index. An additional 1,972 names will shortly be added to the 6,073 St. Agnes Book 2 records that are on line. Regards, Bill McGrath TIGS Project Coordinator Clifton Park, NY

    05/09/2010 04:28:11
    1. Re: [NY-CEMETERIES] Lookup
    2. Ann Keegan
    3. Ted, I do Civil Look ups and Burials I thought I could be of help . I am sorry ----- Original Message ----- From: "ted" <zircote@att.net> To: <ny-cemeteries@rootsweb.com> Sent: Thursday, February 25, 2010 7:01 PM Subject: Re: [NY-CEMETERIES] Lookup > Hi Ann., > > I have census info on two people: Joseph Samuel Johnston and Sarah Jane > Hays > up through 1870. The 1870 census at New York, Oneida, Whitestown. > Joseph is listed as 'Samuel Johnson' and Sarah as 'Jane.' Most of the > info > I have on them indicates that they were born in England. In 1870 Joseph > is > 58 years old and Sarah is 50. The 1870 census is the last I could find > them, so I'm wondering if they might be buried in Whitestown. Maybe you > could find a death certificate for them in the Oneida County records. > > I expect that the weather is not that great in Oneida Co. at this time of > the year. Used to live in Rochester. Anyway if you are able to get out > and > do some digging I'd still be very happy to reimburse you for your effort. > > Ted in FL > > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > NY-CEMETERIES-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the > quotes in the subject and the body of the message >

    02/25/2010 12:09:03
    1. Re: [NY-CEMETERIES] Lookup
    2. ted
    3. Hi Ann., I have census info on two people: Joseph Samuel Johnston and Sarah Jane Hays up through 1870. The 1870 census at New York, Oneida, Whitestown. Joseph is listed as 'Samuel Johnson' and Sarah as 'Jane.' Most of the info I have on them indicates that they were born in England. In 1870 Joseph is 58 years old and Sarah is 50. The 1870 census is the last I could find them, so I'm wondering if they might be buried in Whitestown. Maybe you could find a death certificate for them in the Oneida County records. I expect that the weather is not that great in Oneida Co. at this time of the year. Used to live in Rochester. Anyway if you are able to get out and do some digging I'd still be very happy to reimburse you for your effort. Ted in FL

    02/25/2010 12:01:11
    1. Re: [NY-CEMETERIES] Lookup
    2. Ann Keegan
    3. There is no charge I will it a try Ann Keegan ----- Original Message ----- From: "ted" <zircote@att.net> To: "NYcem" <NY-CEMETERIES@rootsweb.com> Sent: Thursday, February 25, 2010 5:54 PM Subject: [NY-CEMETERIES] Lookup > Hi List, > > I'm looking for a lookup in Oneida County. Willing to pay resonable > rates. > > > Ted in FL > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > NY-CEMETERIES-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the > quotes in the subject and the body of the message >

    02/25/2010 11:09:33
    1. [NY-CEMETERIES] Lookup
    2. ted
    3. Hi List, I'm looking for a lookup in Oneida County. Willing to pay resonable rates. Ted in FL

    02/25/2010 10:54:14
    1. [NY-CEMETERIES] New Data Base - St. Agnes Cemetery Interment Index
    2. Bill & Cathy McGrath
    3. ANNOUNCING NEW DATABASE BOOK 2 - INTERMENT INDEX ST. AGNES CEMETERY, MENANDS NEW YORK INTERMENT YEARS - 1883-1910 A. Book 2, part of a multi-volume set of Interment Records at St. Agnes Cemetery, Menands, NY, which includes 6,073 names, has now been added to the Troy Irish Genealogy website. This new data series of interment records list an individuals name, date of death and age at death. In a large number of records, the age is reported in years, months and days. It is interesting to note that there were 714 deaths of children under the age of 1 and 697 deaths of children ages 1 to 16. Those records that have no date of death are shown with the interment date and are identified by an asterisk (*). Some early deaths dating prior to 1883, are most likely re-interments from the State Street Burial site which was located at the site of present day Washington Park. Many of those in the Catholic section of this old cemetery were moved to St. Agnes Cemetery under an 1868 authorization. B. You can view these interment records by going to the Troy Irish Genealogy website at: www.rootsweb.com/~nytigs/ and click on PROJECTS and then click on ST. AGNES CEMETERY, MENANDS, NY - INTERMENT RECORDS. It should be noted that these records, like most of the TIGS data series, cover the general population in the area and are NOT restricted to Irish surnames. C. Researchers having relatives with a CAPITAL DISTRICT area connection, will be interested in these on-line, name searchable, online records of names of individuals who were interred in St. Agnes Cemetery. If you live in a nearby county or even further away, you might want to check out these names. Take a look at the data base, you never know what you will find. D. The TIGS website has a PRINTABLE FORM that can be used to request more information from the Albany Diocesan Cemeteries. Mailing instructions and fees (only $5.00) are on the request form. Additional items that may be available from the full interment record may include: 1. PLACE OF BIRTH: Some interesting statistics based on the place of birth reported in this interment book containing 6,073 individual records are: a. 2,922 were born in the City of Albany. Albany was the birthplace of the largest number of individuals in the interment records. Other Capital Region cities/towns showed the following for place of birth: Troy-68, Cohoes-49, West Troy (now Watervliet)-18, Watervliet-136, Greenbush-7, Green Island-11, Schenectady-9, Menands-10, Rensselaer-17, Colonie-17. b. 2,303 were born in Ireland. Ireland had the second largest number of individuals in the interment records. Other countries showed 173 born in the following countries: Austria-1, Belgium-3, Canada-46, England-20, France-5, Germany-50, Hungary-1, Italy-34, Poland-1, Scotland-8, Sweden-1, Switzerland-1, The Netherlands-2. c. 77 were born in the following states: Connecticut-9, Illinois-3, Kentucky-1, Maryland-1, Massachusetts-25, Michigan-2, New Jersey-15, North Dakota--1, Ohio-1, Pennsylvania-4, Rhode Island-1, Texas-1, Vermont-9, Virginia-3, Washington, DC-1. d. The remaining 256 records reflect births in various New York State cities/towns outside the Capital Region and 6 records identified only as "America or USA" and 24 records that show no place of birth. 2. PLACE OF DEATH: While a number of the area communities like Troy, Cohoes, Colonie, Green Island, Watervliet, Menands are reported as the place of death, the overwhelming number of deaths, 4,807 out of the 6,073 records, occurred in the city of Albany. A smaller number of deaths occurred in other areas of New York State or in other states. 3. RESIDENCE ADDRESS: The bulk of these interment records will show a street address with a house number. A lesser number may only show the street name or street intersections while some others may just mention the name of the city where the death occurred. 4. INTERMENT DATE: The date of interment in St. Agnes Cemetery may be another clue which will be helpful to genealogy and family researchers. 5. IN WHOSE LOT THEY ARE INTERRED: Most of these entries show the first and last name of lot owners and in some cases show multiple family names as the lot owners. 6. LOT NUMBER. 7. SECTION NUMBER. 8. UNDERTAKER: The reporting of the name of the undertaker was a later addition to the interment pages. Only 2,739 of the 6,073 records show the name of the undertaker. E. Stay tuned for Book 3 coming soon. This book, covering interments from 1886 to 1903 will have over 12,000 names. Hopefully you will find some of your ancestors listed in Book 2 of the Interment Index or in the various other data series on the Troy Irish Genealogy website. Regards, Bill McGrath TIGS Project Coordinator Clifton Park, NY

    01/11/2010 05:36:04
    1. [NY-CEMETERIES] New Data Base - St. Agnes Cemetery Interment Index
    2. Bill & Cathy McGrath
    3. ANNOUNCING NEW DATABASE BOOK 1- INTERMENT INDEX ST. AGNES CEMETERY, MENANDS NEW YORK INTERMENT YEARS - 1868-1882 A. Book 1, part of a multi-volume set of Interment Records at St. Agnes Cemetery, Menands, NY, which includes 3,427 names, has now been added to the Troy Irish Genealogy website. This new data series of interment records list an individuals name, date of death and age at death. In a large number of records, the age is reported in years, months and days. It is interesting to note that there were 532 deaths of children under the age of 1 and 742 deaths of children ages 1 to 16. Those records that have no date of death are shown with the interment date and are identified by an asterisk (*). Some early deaths dating prior to 1868, are most likely re-interments from the State Street Burial site which was located at the site of present day Washington Park. Many of those in the Catholic section of this old cemetery were moved to St. Agnes Cemetery under an 1868 authorization. B. You can view these interment records by going to the Troy Irish Genealogy website at: www.rootsweb.com/~nytigs/ and click on TIGS PROJECTS and then click on ST. AGNES CEMETERY, MENANDS, NY - INTERMENT RECORDS. It should be noted that these records, like most of the TIGS data series, cover the general population in the area and are NOT restricted to Irish surnames. C. Researchers having relatives with a CAPITAL DISTRICT area connection, will be interested in these on-line, name searchable, online records of names of individuals who were interred in St. Agnes Cemetery. If you live in a nearby county or even further away, you might want to check out these names. Take a look at the data base, you never know what you will find. D. The TIGS website has a PRINTABLE FORM that can be used to request more information from the Albany Diocesan Cemeteries. Mailing instructions and fees (only $5.00) are on the request form. Additional items that may be available from the full interment record may include: 1. PLACE OF BIRTH: Some interesting statistics based on the place of birth reported in this interment book containing 3,427 individual records are: a. 1,613 were born in Albany. b. 1,419 were born in Ireland. (Note: Only 5 records identify the area of Ireland) c. 106 were born in West Troy. (Renamed to Watervliet) d. 27 were born in Troy. e. 25 were born in Canada. f. 21 were born in Germany. g. 18 were born in the following countries; England-10 France-2 Italy-1 Switzerland-1 Cuba-1 Scotland-3. h. 34 were born in the following states; Illinois-1 Massachusetts-12 Vermont-9 Connecticut-1 New Jersey-3 California-2 New Hampshire-1 Pennsylvania-3 Missouri-1 Wisconsin-1. i. The remaining 164 records reflect births in various New York State cities and town and also13 records identified as only America and 3 records identified as USA and 13 records that show no place of birth. 2. PLACE OF DEATH: While a number of the area communities like Troy, Cohoes, Green Island, Watervliet, are reported as the place of death, the overwhelming number of deaths, 2,802 out of the 3,427 records, occurred in the city of Albany. A smaller number of deaths occurred in other area of New York State or in other states. 3. RESIDENCE ADDRESS: The bulk of these interment records will show a street address with a house number. A lesser number may only show the street name or street intersections while some others may just mention the name of the city where the death occurred.. 4. INTERMENT DATE: The date of interment in St. Agnes Cemetery may be another clue which will be helpful to genealogy and family researchers. Hopefully you will find some of your ancestors listed in Book 1 of the Interment Index or in the various other data series on the Troy Irish Genealogy website. Regards, Bill McGrath TIGS Project Coordinator Clifton Park, NY

    11/19/2009 07:45:44
    1. [NY-CEMETERIES] Burial Location found.
    2. Judy Ballantyne
    3. David Samuelsen was right, I was not working outside the square. AND a BIG Thankyou very much to kkbocc, for finding them on findagrave.com. Judy they are both recorded at findagrave.com as being in Valleau Cemetery in Ridgewood, Bergen County NJ --Grave location (kkbocc) searching for the burial location of John Sydney SNELHAM died 28 March 1964 at Lawrence Hospital, Bronxville, New York, USA Helen Eve SNELHAM died 9 June 1968 at Lawrence Hospital, Bronxville, New York, USA

    10/04/2009 01:54:23
    1. [NY-CEMETERIES] Grave location
    2. Judy Ballantyne
    3. Hello List, My name is Judy and I live in Victoria, Australia. I am searching for the burial location of John Sydney SNELHAM died 28 March 1964 at Lawrence Hospital, Bronxville, New York, USA & Helen Eve SNELHAM died 9 June 1968 at Lawrence Hospital, Bronxville, New York, USA when they died John lived at Mountain road , Ardsley on Hudson, New York & Helen lived at 77 mountain road, Dobbs Ferry, New York. What would be the most likely Cemetery to be buried in?? Are any local Cemeteries searchable on line?? I know this may be a long shot, but one can hope.. kind regards Judy.

    10/03/2009 10:10:17
    1. Re: [NY-CEMETERIES] Grave location
    2. kkbocc
    3. they are both recorded at findagrave.com as being in Valleau Cemetery in Ridgewood, Bergen County NJ << I am searching for the burial location of John Sydney SNELHAM died 28 March 1964 at Lawrence Hospital, Bronxville, New York, USA & Helen Eve SNELHAM died 9 June 1968 at Lawrence Hospital, Bronxville, New York, USA >>

    10/03/2009 07:31:06
    1. Re: [NY-CEMETERIES] Grave location
    2. W. David Samuelsen
    3. Too many considering it's Bronx or Westchester Counties, just north part of Greater New York City. David Samuelsen Judy Ballantyne wrote: > > Hello List, > My name is Judy and I live in Victoria, Australia. > > I am searching for the burial location of > > John Sydney SNELHAM died 28 March 1964 at Lawrence Hospital, Bronxville, New York, USA > & > Helen Eve SNELHAM died 9 June 1968 at Lawrence Hospital, Bronxville, New York, USA > > when they died > John lived at Mountain road , Ardsley on Hudson, New York > & > Helen lived at 77 mountain road, Dobbs Ferry, New York. > > What would be the most likely Cemetery to be buried in?? > Are any local Cemeteries searchable on line?? > > I know this may be a long shot, but one can hope.. kind regards Judy. > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to NY-CEMETERIES-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message > >

    10/02/2009 06:38:14