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Re: little on family history
Posted by: Phyllis C. Stehm (ID *****5361) Date: March 20, 2011 at 15:08:01
In Reply to: Re: little on family history by Carolyn Pulver Burke of 418

Hi Carolyn,
I appreciate your note and I will send you my email privately as I would be interested to see your photos. I am the volunteer genealogist for the Susan B. Anthony House in Rochester, NY. M E Sweeney, who took your call, and I have been studying the 1872 Voters for about 8 years now and have managed to find out where all of them are buried and a little of their genealogy and their living descendants. I was in touch with a Pulver descendant who lives in England a couple years ago, but have lost contact with her as she changed her email address. I am hoping she finds me again as I have info to share with her. I do not know why Mary and Myron are not buried together. One can only guess. Her family buried her next to her grandparents in the Newark Main St. Cemetery. My husband and I spent a cold wet day, searching the cemetery for her gravestone, but we did with the help of cemetery maintenance staff finally find it several years ago. We have also been to Myron's grave and I can find no connection to the others buried on the plot.
Thanks for contacting me and I will send another note to your personal email.
Phyllis C. Stehm
Anthony Family Researcher
1872 Voters Project

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