That was in the Atwater Cemetery, Homer, Cortland, New York.
Brockett, Albert, b. 1847, d. 1921, h/o Alvaretta Brocket Brockett, Alvaretta, b. 1858, d. 1926, w/o Albert Brockett
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I was thinking that you might want copies of the pages of the Brockett genealogy that pertain to Albert Brockett, the probable father of Munson.If you write me at firstname.lastname@example.org , we could discuss this.I have to go to the copiers soon to do something else, so I could maybe do your pages at the same time and then I could fax them or mail them to you.
By the way, did you know that you can probably buy a copy of the Brockett genealogy from the Higginson Book Company?Mine is an original, but Higginsons sells copies of old genealogies, which have let their copyrights run out.
Yes, I am a Brockett descendant, but you and are are related really far back, like with that first John Brockett that came to America from England.In about 1985 or so, I took my Mother to England to visit Brockett Hall.If you write me at email@example.com, I will E-Mail you a picture of Brockett Hall, which will be a fun addition to your scrapbook for the kids. I also have pictures of the tomb of our earlier ancestor Sir John Brockett, who is buried at Wheathemstead Church in England. ( I think that is the way you spell it.)
All of my relatives on both sides of my family have been interested in genealogy, and one of my aunts was a licensed genealogist.And everyone gave me copies everything they did, so my house looks like a paper factory!!
I just bought myself some more file folders, because it is time to do filing again.