|4th Michigan Infantry||Isiah Stevenson|
Thank you for posting the headstone photos for Isiah Stevenson. The date of birth and death given on the stone, I believe are mistaken though. I have his date of birth from a note written in his own handwriting in my personal collection. The date of death was recorded in his military records file from the National Archives in Washington ,D.C. The next time that I go to Woodmere, I will check their records to see what they have for the sake of accuracy. Thank you for your contribution to the Find-A-Grave community.
Added by 4th Michigan Infantry on May 20, 2013 1:20 AM
|Anne042068||RE: Guy and Bertha Dulla @ Woodmere|
Thank you for posting the photos of Guy and Bertha's Dulla's gravestone. I'm wondering if you'd be willing to email me the first one posted (with the lettering)- I could make the words more legible, return it to you to repost. I really appreciate legible photos, and this one is not as legible as I think it could be. I had planned on visiting this grave next time I visit Michigan and had planned to photograph the memorial myself then. But if you'd be so kind as to send your photo to me to work on contrast, I'd return it to you to repost. Hope that is OK. Please send to email@example.com Thank you.
Anne in Wisconsin
Added by Anne042068 on May 17, 2013 6:49 PM
|Barbara Fletcher Ledbetter||RE: Briscoes @ Woodmere in Detroit|
Hello, and thank you for offering to transfer Edward Janvier Briscoe's memorial to me. I don't have Edward in my family tree and have no idea how he might be related to the Briscoes who are in my tree. Because Edward and Frances (Briscoe) Brow have the same middle name, I'm sure you're right about there being a connection between them. I have a feeling Janvier is a family name, perhaps a grandmother's/great-grandmother's maiden name. I see that Edward was considerably younger than Frances, but his father William was just a few years older, so it's possible that William and Frances were cousins.
I really have not done much research on the Briscoe family because I'm not related to them. Frances Janvier Briscoe married into the Brow family (my mother's family). The only reason I created memorials was because a cousin in Michigan helped me with some research and went to Woodmere to take pictures of Brow gravestones. She knew of the Briscoe connection and also took pictures of some of those gravestones.
Added by Barbara Fletcher Ledbette... on May 17, 2013 11:57 AM
Thanks so much for the photos of the headstones. I really appreciate it!
Added by Amy@Life'sTraveledPath on May 11, 2013 7:34 AM
|Dana ||Woodmere, Berns, Beth El, Lot #29|
I am interested in any information about the names of ALL individuals buried at Woodmere in Detroit in the Beth El, Lot #29. Is it only Bernard and Caroline Levy or are other family members buried there. Bernard and Caroline are my husbands grand parents. Any additional information would be greatly appreciated. We live in Hawaii so we can't do the investigating ourselves.
Thank you, Dana Goldenson
Added by Dana on May 10, 2013 11:55 PM
|M.E. Packard||RE: William Mortzfeld @ Woodmere|
I don't think I ever thanked you for this, thank you, again for everything you do for me and many others at Woodmere :). You are very much appreciated.
Added by M.E. Packard on May 09, 2013 3:50 PM
|Chris ||Wilhelmine Klatta|
Hi: Thanks for the picture. I made a note of the spelling Wilhelmina on her gravestone. It was Wilhelmine in German (and as you know the A and E thing drives me crazy). I'll be headed to Michigan soon...
Added by Chris on May 08, 2013 9:33 AM
|Allison Ferris Pierce||Packards|
Thank you for your kindness with the transfers! Take care.
Added by Allison Ferris Pierce on May 07, 2013 8:04 PM
|Patty Paterson||Ida Schuhardt|
Thanks once again for finding and photographing these graves for me. I sincerely appreciate all your efforts!!
Added by Patty Paterson on May 07, 2013 4:23 PM
|Patty Paterson||Henry Schuhardt|
Thanks so much for helping me with this family member. I could not have gotten this without you!!
Added by Patty Paterson on May 07, 2013 4:20 PM
|Allison Ferris Pierce||Gilletts/Packards|
Thanks so much for the gravestone photos! Lucy Packard is Mary Gillett's sister; Persis is Mary Gillett's mother - transfers would be greatly appreciated!
Added by Allison Ferris Pierce on May 07, 2013 12:24 PM
|Ashley (Killian) OBeck||Joseph Smith|
Thanks so much for the headstone photos! Much appreciated!
Added by Ashley (Killian) OBeck on May 07, 2013 9:15 AM
|Blake||RE: Gambees @ Woodmere|
Thank you so much for the Gambee headstone photos. Your assistance is very deeply appreciated.
Any additional data on Harriett M. Mygatt Gambee would be welcome as well. Let me know. But please, by no means, don't do any digging! You can leave that to me . . . I've done plenty.
Added by Blake on May 07, 2013 7:37 AM
|LElmore||RE: Albert Heldenbrand @ Woodmere|
Thank you very much!!!! I appreciate it.
Added by LElmore on May 06, 2013 5:06 PM
|Karen DaPra||RE: Caterina Loiacono 75973253|
Just merged duplicate 75973494 into above memorial at Mt Carmel. Thanks for the heads up!
Added by Karen DaPra on May 02, 2013 3:27 AM
|Patt west||RE: A.M. Hagedorn @ Woodmere|
That was very nice of you,to add the picture to Abraham Mull Hagadorn, thank you so much.
Added by Patt west on Apr 29, 2013 4:40 PM
|Chris ||Pauline Jeschke Eggert|
HI: I changed her birth year to 1859 and made a note of the conflict in data v gravestone. She is on my tree and the year is both 1858 and 1859. I'll go with the stone for now. Thanks...
Added by Chris on Apr 29, 2013 9:01 AM
|Chris ||Bertea Sepull|
HI: Her birth record is Bertha. And her mother was Bertha. Her marriage record is Bertia and her death record and SSDI are Bertea. Who knows! I changed it to Bertea with Bertha as her nickname.
Added by Chris on Apr 29, 2013 8:22 AM
|Chris ||Harold Edmund Sepull|
HI: I see that his gravestone dates conflict with his FL death index, SSDI and WWI draft registration card. It might be that the stone was made after Bertha/Bertea died and they guessed at the years. He was born in 1895 and died in 1985. Thanks for the picture...
Added by Chris on Apr 29, 2013 8:15 AM
|Chris ||Augusta Dittmer Sepull|
Hi: Thanks for the gravestone picture. Nice! It drives me nuts that all the Auguste's-Germany spelling-ended up as Augusta's in the U.S. I changed her to Augusta on her memorial. Thanks again...
Added by Chris on Apr 29, 2013 7:59 AM
|Steve Kalemkiewicz||RE: James J. Byrne @ Woodmere|
Thanks for the photo! (And thanks for letting me know! I wish the site would auto-notify)
Have a good weekend!
Added by Steve Kalemkiewicz on Apr 27, 2013 7:18 AM
|Carolyn Boroughf||Watt Family Tombstones at Woodmere Cemetery|
Thanks so much for the two photos of the Headstones that you could find and for alerting me to the problem. I plan on contacting the cemetery about the problem. Cemeteries love the flat stones because they are easy to mow over. However given a few years the grass starts to grow over them and they gradually disappear if not dug out regularly and since family members no longer live in the area we did not realize what was happening.
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Added by Carolyn Boroughf on Apr 25, 2013 8:09 AM
Thank you so much for posting the photo's for John, Mina etc. My husband and I were down there last summer and didn't find the markers and did not get much assistance from the office. Again Thank You!!
Added by Nancy Provost on Apr 24, 2013 4:05 PM
|Thomas LaFaive||Stone discrepancy|
Thank for your interest regarding the difference between dates. In checking my records I find that Earnestine was still living in the census of 1910 and her internment at Woodmere was for December of 1910. Not sure who is right. Census also shows Reinhold born in December of 1840. ???? These people are not my relatives, but buried in adjoining plot to my great grandparents.
Added by Thomas LaFaive on Apr 24, 2013 7:11 AM
|KBrownst||Wiedemann @ Woodmere|
No need to transfer I found the details someplace online and saw 3 of them weren't entered so I created them.
Added by KBrownst on Apr 22, 2013 2:49 PM