|Brien Gibson||Daved Hays - Morefield Cemetery|
May I copy your photo of Daved Hays' headstone (F.A.G. #39264564) to my family tree on Ancestry.com?
Thanks for your consideration.
Added by Brien Gibson on Jan 29, 2016 5:14 AM
|Cherie Atkinson Clark||RE: Anna Francis Post|
Thanks for the info about Anna Post!
Added by Cherie Atkinson Clark on Dec 11, 2015 3:12 PM
|Markham||Photo of Able Miller|
May I please use the photo that you took of my Great Grandfather's grave on my family tree? Thank You for the picture. I live far away and never would have been able to visit his grave. Julie
Added by Markham on Mar 26, 2014 7:19 PM
|Lisa Albanese||RE: Anna Tyro|
Thanks for getting back to me so quickly, and yes, lets keep each other in the loop if either of us finding anything out. --- Thanks so much! ...
Added by Lisa Albanese on Aug 14, 2013 5:30 PM
|Lisa Albanese||Anna Tyro/# 41061352|
This is probably a long shot, but... Four years ago you started a memorial page for Anna Tyro (Find A Grave Memorial# 41061352/Economy Cemetery) --- I was recently there and her grave marker caught my eye, so I took a picture of it, and was able to add it to your memorial. I also posted a picture of it on my Facebook page, and several of us are very curious about her, and her grave marker (especially the "Burnt To Death" inscription) --- Would you happen to know any other info on her or the fire? Anything would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you, Lisa
Added by Lisa Albanese on Aug 14, 2013 9:50 AM
|Krystle||Evans at Morefield Cemetey|
Dear Tegan, I am looking for other Evans buried in the Morefield Cemetery. I live in South Carolina or I would go myself. If you live near this cemetery and could maybe take pictures or enter other Evans Surname and dates for me. I would dearly love as my tree contains to grow. If you could be of help, you can either contact me here or at b_Krystle@hotmail.com Thank you so much Krystle
Added by Krystle on Jun 29, 2013 2:26 PM
Thank you so much for the beautiful picture of my great....grandfather Able. Without your help I might never have seen his grave. Thanks, Julie
Added by Hopewell on Jan 12, 2013 3:05 PM
|mary gersten||Roy Hutson|
My sister's best friend growing up was the daughter Roy Hutson adopted with his second wife Jackie. They stayed on Kurtz Avenue for many years after the tornado. I know he never got over the loss of his wife Frances and children Michael and Patricia.
Added by mary gersten on May 07, 2012 3:26 PM
|Rick Nordstrom||RE: Bessie E Clemons Hunt|
It sounds like we're pretty close to being equidistant from Bessie. According to Ancestry.com, she is the "grand niece of husband of 2nd great grand aunt". So no, we're not exactly immediate family :-)
My interest in the Clemons family comes through my Richfield Twp. Miles line. My g-g-g grandparents, Samuel and Esther Van Antwerp Miles had four children...and through their marriages, I am related to pretty much all of Richfield Twp. One of those marriages was that of Sarah Miles to Willard Clemons. Once I started tracing all my secondary and tertiary lines, the Clemons became of interest.
I live in Clio, so if you need any Genesee County records or photos, just let me know.
Added by Rick Nordstrom on Jan 27, 2012 6:04 PM
|B. Darling||James & Emma Johnson|
Hello Tegan, I've added James's middle name, linked him to Emma as husband, and changed Emma's record to show her madian name of Kenyon... Ben
Added by B. Darling on Oct 19, 2011 3:50 AM
|Deborah Johnson Wood||RE: Johnson family|
Thanks. Sorry we're not connected. Just as an FYI, my grandpa Charles F. was adopted. His adoptive parents were named Morgan/Moses and Lucinda Messenger Johnson. They were born in NY state, then moved to Lyons, MI. They had two young children, Delilah and Charles L. who died of diphtheria in the early 1900s in Lyons, MI. I am looking for their burial sites. If you ever run across anything, please let me know.
I'm also looking for the bio mother/father of my grandpa, but have no clues about who they might be other than that they probably lived in Lyons, MI.
Added by Deborah Johnson Wood on Oct 18, 2011 1:31 PM
|Deborah Johnson Wood||RE: Johnson memorials|
Thanks so much for transferring the memorials to me. I will keep my eye open for Alpha Johnson Harrington, but that name doesn't sound familiar to me at all. Orleans is a very small community and my dad was the postmaster there, so I'm quite familiar with the older family names in the area. That one doesn't stand out. I'll ask my mom, though, she might know and she's lived there nearly 70 years.
Added by Deborah Johnson Wood on Oct 18, 2011 11:00 AM
|Deborah Johnson Wood||Charles, Amelia and Bernice Johnson|
Thanks for posting the photos of headstones of Charles and Amelia Johnson (my grandparents) and of Bernice Johnson (my step-grandmother). They are all buried in Orleans Township Cemetery.
I am new to Find A Grave, but am hoping you are willing to transfer ownership of these three to me. I would be very grateful.
Please let me know if there is anything I can do for you. I visit the Orleans Cemetery every few months and am happy to snap photos or send you other information if you'd like.
Added by Deborah Johnson Wood on Aug 08, 2011 12:18 PM
|s schmidt||Annie Caroline Griffith|
According to state marriage records Annie Caroline Griffith married Levant B. Carter on December 1, 1867 Lapeer Michigan
Added by s schmidt on Jun 04, 2011 6:29 PM
|Kimberly Scheidemantle Houvener||Mary Baker|
It has been awhile since we last spoke. I hope all is well. Below I have more information on Mary Baker, my 4th Great Aunt. I was wondering if you mind adding it to her profile.
If your not related would you mind transferingher to me? If so, no biggie. : )
Her maiden name is Coon.
Mary Baker (COON)
Birth: October 26, 1846
Death: April, 1878 (31)
Daughter of Absolom COON and Sarah COON (HAUN)
Wife of Archibald Isaiah BAKER
Mother of Rev Charles Clyde BAKER and Gracie BAKER (Baker)
Nice to talk to you again. Have a great day!
P.s. I wasn't able to send this to your email due to a expired confirmation through earthlink.
Added by Kimberly Scheidemantle Ho... on May 01, 2011 7:11 AM
|Khawk||D. S. bartholomew|
D. S. Bartholomew is David S. Bartholomew son of Samuel Bartholomew and Elizabeth Bortz.
His wife Elizabeth is Elizabeth Margaret nee unknown. He married the second time to Grace Biddie
Added by Khawk on Apr 16, 2011 11:51 AM
Thanks for the transfer of Jane Millsop!!
Added by Candace Millsop on Mar 15, 2011 2:11 PM
|Yankee Magnolia||Florence Scramlin|
Hello Tegan, I have made the changes you sent me for Florence Scramlin. Is she a relative of yours? If so I will gladly transfer her memorial to your care as I am not related to her at all.
Regards ... Sharon
Added by Yankee Magnolia on Nov 29, 2010 5:06 AM
|paulswife||Margaret Fenner memorial|
Death info missing from the page is:
11 Jul 1922 at Genesee County, Michigan.
Added by paulswife on May 22, 2010 7:01 PM
I was wondering if through your many visits to the Morefield Cemetery if you remember the name Katherine (nee.Schuster)Alischer, perhaps buried among the Schuster's? I am trying to locate some names and dates. I do not want to post on findagrave as i am not sure about this tip yet.
Added by Bonnie on Mar 04, 2010 6:01 AM
|Mascara||Maria Palko grave|
I am Maria Palko's great-great grand-daughter Judy. Her grave is actually in St. Ann's Cemetery. All the cemeteries are intertwined. All my other relatives are in the same plot/area.
Thank you for the picture.
Added by Mascara on Dec 26, 2009 4:04 PM
|Mascara||Maria Palko grave|
Added by Mascara on Dec 26, 2009 4:01 PM
|Terence WHALEN||TEAR Photos-Keel Ridge|
I got these photos today. This cemetery is really in bad repair. The location was way back in the woods behind the cemetery. I never realized how big Keel Ridge Ceemtery was. I also have the picture of John GAWNE and the grand-sons..
Added by Terence WHALEN on Jul 30, 2009 6:40 PM
|Bonnie||RE: Daniel Miller stone - Morefield Cemetery|
I wanted to thank you for finding the Ondich graves for me. I visited them today.
And with your directions i also easily found the Shuster and Miller graves. I also found another relative beside them, so i was pretty excited about the find.
Thank you for your time on this.
Added by Bonnie on Jul 24, 2009 5:31 PM
|Kevin A. Pears||Pears' Photo|
Thank You For the Photo of Jack & Mildred Pears' Tombstone.Your Time And Effort are Greatly Appreciated.
Kevin A. Pears
Added by Kevin A. Pears on Jul 20, 2009 8:22 PM