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Re: New York State Census 1865 for Rome, Forestport, Remsen, Sangerfield, Stueben.
Posted by: Richard Anderson (ID *****3363) Date: July 11, 2012 at 18:52:44
In Reply to: Re: New York State Census 1865 for Rome, Forestport, Remsen, Sangerfield, Stueben. by D. O'Meara of 2271

You know the surprising thing is, the original St John's Church successor church in Williamsville doesn't even know where the inmates are buried. Now the guy in charge, in Williamsville, is pulling an attitude and will not even look up the records. The parishners of St John's Lutheran Church are buried in the St John's Cemetery in Cheektowaga but not the inmates. Go figure! I wrote the St John's Cemetery and there are no Ploss/Bloss etc., buried there. I am working on the Rome City and Verona Town Clerks and the cemetery records. The film you spoke of and I looked at has a film mistake. So, maybe I'll notify the N.A.R.A. and ask them if they re-filmed that portion. I might get lucky.


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