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Subject: Re: [Tri-Counties] Fw: Lost Again
Date: Tue, 6 Jan 2004 16:49:34 -0500
You may have FOREST LAWN and WOODLAWN cemeteries mixed up.
Try the Woodlawn Cemetery on the Tri-Counties web site. This is the
older cemetery and has people buried here that were originally buried
in the old cemetery in now downtown Elmira. Having a senior moment
and can not remember the name of that cemetery.
Sherry Nichols has done a lot of work putting the information on line
last year for Joyce and us.
I am not sure but I think she is still working on Woodlawn.
You might also try using the search engine that is provided on
Use the PICO search engine and put in the last name you are searching.
Hope you find your lost ancestors.
Pat Wainwright, Chemung Co., NY
> I have a list of French family buried at Forest Lawn cemetery. This
> list I think was put together by an Aunt about 40 years ago. When I
> made an inquiry about a week ago someone sent the telephone number
> of the cemetary. On calling the number, I was told that the cemetary
> started in 1940. The list of burials is from 1882 to about 1907. In
> a newspaper account of the death of Elizabeth French on Oct 11, 1906
> it says her enterment was in Forest Home Cemetary. Where do I go
> from Here?