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Janet Smith (#46782514)
 member for 11 years, 4 months, 18 days
Evelyn Jepson
RE: HaIner/ Hainer

All changed to correct name. Do you have access to

I did this in 2012, 3 years ago...I do alot of stuff like this, don't actually remember them all...

Evelyn Jepson.

Added by Evelyn Jepson on Aug 19, 2015 9:01 PM

Evelyn Jepson
RE: HaIner/ Hainer
did you recall the memorial no.?


Added by Evelyn Jepson on Aug 19, 2015 7:35 PM

Debi C
RE: Geo W Carson...
No worries. I would love to see confirmation of where she is buried, so if you are able to get more info, please keep me in the loop.

Rev. George Carson is my husband's 2x g-grandfather.

Added by Debi C on Jul 15, 2015 8:28 AM

Debi C
RE: Carson's in Brant Township Cemetery
Hi, Janet,

Thanks for the note... but... there is already a memorial for Rev. George W. Carson, who is buried at the Wildwood Cemetery in Chesaning. So, your memorial confuses me, since it has a photo of the same stone that is posted on his earlier memorial (#25452538).

Did you take this photo yourself?? I'd be interested to know if this photo is ACTUALLY from Brant Twp Cemetery, which would make things even more confusing!

As to evidence that Catherine Best Carson is buried at Brant Twp Cemetery, I am not entirely sure that is the case, either. I know Effie's memorial includes their initials - which is possibly the reason that G.W. Carson and C. A. Carson are noted in the Saginaw County Cemeteries transcriptions for Brant Twp. in the same plot with Effie. But... as I said, George is not buried here, so I wonder about whether Catherine is.

At any rate, it seems your new memorial for George is a duplicate, so it should be removed. And, for Catherine's memorial, it might be helpful if an explanatory note were added.

Debi C.

Added by Debi C on Jul 15, 2015 4:58 AM

RE: John White
No, Janet, I don't believe I am.


Added by redbirdintheyard on Apr 28, 2015 7:37 AM

Tami Walendzak
RE: McGeachy's
Thank you soo much! No worries on any delay, it was no rush on my end *smiles* Have a wonderful day!

Added by Tami Walendzak on Feb 16, 2014 11:03 AM

Rosalie H. Kaufman
RE: Mae J Hanley Best
Thank you for your note. I am sorry, but all I know is, death by poison. I am not related, just a researcher. Good luck with your research. Rosalie

Added by Rosalie H. Kaufman on Jan 28, 2014 8:33 PM

Tami Walendzak
Hello Janet,

Yes I am related to those McGeachy's. All of them in fact lol. I love going through the cemeteries too, most peaceful place ever. I get some photo requests when I can as well.
If you would like to transfer them to me that would be great. I would appreciate it :)

Talk to you soon

Added by Tami Walendzak on Jan 04, 2014 4:01 AM

Tami Walendzak
HI Janet!
Are you related to all those McGeachy's you have listed?

Added by Tami Walendzak on Jan 02, 2014 3:38 AM

M. Richards
RE: Sloan and Dazey Changes
Janet, Yes the Dazeys are my ancestors. If you care to transfer them, that would be wonderful, then I can add information and links. I would't be able to get to them until after the holidays. Thanks for adding the updates for me. Keep doing the great job your are doing for Find-A-Grave. By helping one another, we can all have success. Blessings in all your endeavors, Mary R.

Added by M. Richards on Dec 04, 2013 3:00 PM

RE: Lindke Updates
Hi Jan, thanks for making the updates. No, Albert is not a close relative; I've been entering memorials for relatives at Richmond Cemetery, and that wound up spreading to some more distant relations by marriage, including Albert's sister Ernestine, so I was noting some relations of hers at the time.


Added by LarryW on Jun 26, 2013 11:26 PM

Judy West
RE: Wesley Smith
I love that you take pictures and make Memorials for the other graves that you research, I do that too! After we look up our family members, we take a couple pictures of other graves, and I make Memorials or research and augment other graves/memorials, as well! This website/community has been extremely helpful to me as I research the many branches of my and my husband's families. I know the Smith's I am looking for are from Tennessee then Bowling Green Kentucky then up to central Illinois. Alexander Harden Smith is the father, Arrena Grimes the mother. Alexander died between 1880 - 1900, probably around Georgetown/Danville IL. Thanks for the offer to Transfer Wesley. Don't do it, though. I am thinking that now that we have him connected to his parents, one day his direct grandchildren will ask for it.

Added by Judy West on Apr 09, 2013 5:29 AM

Pat Wilcox
RE: Willem & Wilma Ettema
Hi Jan thank for your reply. and the transfer.
So glad that some one has and interest in Find a Grave. Do you have any connection with Detroit Cemeteries? Trying to locate my Great Aunt Lydia and Uncle Percy Engle, on this site but no head stone.
Will pass on your Hello's to Carol. She retired end of Nov.. and enjoying it.. hopeing for spring soon. THey BOTH bought moter bikes last summer. I was hoping she'd get a bike with 3 wheels! Thank you again.
I'm now married to Glenn Wilcox last 23 years, living in Alabama.

Added by Pat Wilcox on Mar 24, 2013 8:31 PM

Sally Call
Bookless memorials
Dear Janet,

Our family thanks you from the bottom of our hearts for taking the time and effort to photograph and submit these memorials of our family, now long gone, but not forgotten.

Warm Wishes and Thanks!

Sally Call

Added by Sally Call on Nov 10, 2012 5:43 PM

Edith Pierce Fisher
RE: Milford Cemeteries
No, I don't have any contact information. I have lived in Arkansas for 45 years, so I know little about Milford any more. Milford is a small town and full of kind people, so most anyone you ask would be glad to help you. If you're there by Friday, you might stop at the local library for information. It's at the corner of Jones (the main street) and Grant. When you come into Milford on Highway 1, turn east at the 4-way stop light (the only stop light in town). That will put you on Jones Street. Go east for several blocks until you come to Grant Street. The library will be on the southwest corner. Aleta and Oscar Dazey lived further east on Jones Street on the north (left) side of the street, but all I remember about the house is that it had a beautiful front door with an oval window in it.

Added by Edith Pierce Fisher on Oct 31, 2012 8:28 AM

Edith Pierce Fisher
RE: Sloan/ Dazey Family in Milford, Illinois
I knew Aleta Dazey slightly when I was growing up in Milford in the 1950s because she was a friend of my aunt Edna's. I don't know anything about the family, though. Sorry!

Added by Edith Pierce Fisher on Oct 30, 2012 12:47 PM

Robert Hague
RE: Crites Family Connection
I was just reading some of the messages posted on my bio page. I may or I may not have responded to your comments about Viannah Crites. Seems like I did respond; however, you said you have some photos of her. It would be nice if you posted them on her memorial page.
I am not related to her and would be happy to transfer the memorial over to you. If you would like to send me the photos, I would be happy to post them on her memorial. My direct email is:

Thank you,
Bob Hague

Added by Robert Hague on May 09, 2012 6:51 AM

Robert Hague
RE: Crites Family Connection
No! I am not related to Vinnah Crites. I do some work in the Glenwood Cemetery. Many times when I visit the cemetery to take photos of a particular grave, I will take photos of some of the surrounding graves. This is probably what I did when I took this photo.

Added by Robert Hague on May 06, 2012 6:22 AM

RE: Susanna Smith, wife of James - Monument City Cemetery
I had not thought to use the "leave flowers and a note" feature the way you did. Thank you! That was brilliant!


Added by sbhutson on Apr 19, 2012 11:12 PM

Susanna Smith, wife of James - Monument City Cemetery
I don't believe this is your Susannah Overly Smith, wife of James of Nine Mile, IN.

I think this Susanna was the 2nd wife of James Smith, s/o Charles. I think his mother was Prudence. They were from Preble County, OH.

James married 1st UNKNOWN and and they had Jordan Smith in abt 1855 in IN.

James married 2nd Susanna ____ and had 4 dau:
Mary P. abt1863, Amanda J "Mandy" abt1866,
Luella A. abt1867 and Estella M Smith 18691880

James married 3rd Amanda "Mandy Click (18481899), d/o Harmon Click & Rhoda Willis of Huntington Co, IN

The children don't match. Happy hunting


Added by sbhutson on Apr 19, 2012 7:44 PM

Thank you so much Janet for the pics of the McCleish headstone! Greatly appreciated.

Added by Kim on Oct 25, 2011 10:56 AM

Terry K
RE: Photo for Robert Horton
That would be fine. Thank you so much for all you do.


Added by Terry K on Oct 24, 2011 11:20 AM

Terry K
RE: Photo for Robert Horton
Yes, that's the right one.

Thank you so much,


Added by Terry K on Oct 23, 2011 8:10 AM

Nancy McGeachy
Could you please update some of the information of Nancy McGeachy # 63649429

Maiden name is McVannel
born 8/15/1841 Argyll, Scotland
died 11/3/1897 Imlay City, Lapeer
Daughter of Hector McVannel and Ann McAllister

She and Duncan McGeachy married in Erin, Wellington, Ontario about 1863.


Added by lseamark on Aug 11, 2011 11:46 AM

J. Pacholke
Thank-you for your willingness to share. Jackie

Added by J. Pacholke on Aug 09, 2011 6:50 AM


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