|MADutcher||RE: Horace O Bigelow grave pic|
Horace does have a beautiful stone. I also wanted to let you know there are names on the side and back of his stone. There are no memorials for these names. If you want to create them, I can add the photos or I can email you the photos to upload. Just let me know. The names are Mary E. Bigelow, Lizzie W. Bigelow, and the last one I can't completly make out....Zenu??? Bigelow. I have the dates on the stone for each of them as well.
Added by MADutcher on May 09, 2012 5:33 AM
|lynda kaiser||RE: Hawes stones|
Hawes are my parents neighbors. The other Hawes we could not fine.
Added by lynda kaiser on Apr 26, 2012 5:20 PM
|Lois||RE: Frances Young transfer!|
Yes, I have a lot of family buried there, all the up to my own biological father. My family has been in that area since the 1850s. My direct line will probably end there with my father and uncle though. My uncle has no children and my mom moved me from there almost 30 years ago. I live 1000 miles away and can't imagine moving back there. Frank has graciously transferred some memorials to me even on some that are not my direct line, but I know had no children to have a line of their own. I just always hate to ask for the transfer if I can just as easily add the pictures etc without "needing" the memorial. Your name seems familiar, so I may have told you a while back, but I found a "gold mine" of old pics, letters and journals that date back to the 1860s, 1888 and 1890 respectively in a chest that had to be my great grandparents that I found after my father passed. I may never get all the letters read as there are thousands and thousands. As I go through them, I try and contact peoples lines who might have been related to the people mentioned in the letters. I am also creating a spreadsheet of names on each so maybe one day, I can upload that so people can find it when they search names. I have a picture that is labeled "Bulmers" and I sure wish I knew who they were... I LOVE the picture! Not sure why, but I just really do. I'd love to share it with their ancestors! Best of luck to you, and thank you again!
Added by Lois on Apr 23, 2012 6:55 PM
|Lois||Thank you for linking....|
the parents of Frances Young to her and for the file transfer! That was very kind of you!
Added by Lois on Apr 22, 2012 9:01 PM
|Anonymous IV||RE: Ethel M Hawes and Jas. Peacock gravestone|
You're very welcome. There was also a marker for a Ralph J Peacock nearby. I snapped a picture of it, but there doesn't seem to be a memorial page created for him yet. I would be happy to upload the picture if you want to create the memorial. Just let me know.
Added by Anonymous IV on Apr 09, 2012 8:42 AM
|Kimberly C.||RE: Thos. Laycock and Oria Gibson|
Yes, I have your email addy :) Thank you, I appreciate it. I will definitely seek your help if I have a question.
Added by Kimberly C. on Apr 05, 2012 7:18 PM
|Kimberly C.||RE: Thos. Laycock and Oria Gibson|
I believe Ora's name to truly be Oria. Her death certificate says Oria but Mary's says Ora, also Ora is what is on the stones.. I will have to change those when I get the chance.
The informant for Mary's death certificate was R.W. Menerey Jr. I'm wondering if she may have had a different birth name? I guess I cancelled my ancestry.com membership at the wrong time. lol! Now I'm curious but I don't have the resources. I'm almost tempted to start searching I local records.
I'm not related to any of the mentioned people but the connections just caught my attention. If I am able to find anything out I will certainty let you know.
Added by Kimberly C. on Apr 04, 2012 8:12 PM
|mary gersten||RE: Maria McKenna Allen|
you're welcome. sorry i couldn't find it
Added by mary gersten on Apr 04, 2012 5:26 PM
|Kimberly C.||Robert and Frances Menerey|
I have posted a death certificate for Frances on her memorial.
I have a memorial for a Mary Menerey and, after some investigating, I believe she was adopted by the Menereys after her mother, Ora (Gibson) Laycock, passed away when she was only one month old. Mary passed away 6 months later. If you have any info on this I would love to hear it and make updates on the memorials I have.
Added by Kimberly C. on Mar 29, 2012 5:27 PM
|Cindy ||RE: Harlowe E Gillings memorial pic|
You are welcome! Happy Hunting - Cindy
Added by Cindy on Mar 16, 2012 10:36 AM
|Megan Heyl||Wiehmink Photos|
So sorry to let you know that there are no headstones for either of them at Graafschap Cemetery. I will mark the memorials accordingly, but sorry there are no markers for either of them.
Added by Megan Heyl on Feb 19, 2012 4:19 PM
|Gary Gillings||Kenneth Gillings|
I edited Murray's parents but I see you put Kenneth as a McKenna. He was never adopted by Murray and so he was a Gillings son of Harlow Gillings and Carrie Churchill Gillings.
Added by Gary Gillings on Feb 12, 2012 9:30 AM
|Gary Gillings||RE: Carrie Churchill McKenna|
I did that on purpose so one could find it under either name. Thanks. Gary
Added by Gary Gillings on Feb 06, 2012 6:54 AM
|ron cia||RE: Carrie and Murray McKenna stone|
You are very welcome,,,,,,,also have a pic of a son named Kenneth,,if you list him I'll post pic, Ron
Added by ron cia on Feb 06, 2012 5:04 AM
Thank you so much for taking these pictures! I really appreciate it! May I post these pictures in my genealogy blog?
I won't post the photos without your permission and I will certainly credit you!
Again, thank you so much!
Added by Cherie Cayemberg on Feb 04, 2012 6:19 PM
|TJG||RE: Haynes graves|
You know I saw the date difference when I took the photo. I'm really not sure what to make of it. I've seen a year or two difference between someones actual death date and a headstone marker, but not several years. I quickly tried to find a death record in the Barry County Clerk's on-line search with no luck for any Olive Haynes.
Added by TJG on Feb 04, 2012 5:33 AM
|Frieda Weeks||RE: Albert Carpency 1953-2011|
Blessings for you taking the photo of Al's grave. We are in the process of getting the tombstone engraved as they will not allow us to put another grave marker on the site. We would be overjoyed to have the picture you took put on find a grave and Al Carpency's (1953-2011) memorial website. Thank you so much.
Added by Frieda Weeks on Feb 03, 2012 6:43 PM
Not that I'm aware of. My (wife's family) Hanson side is from Wisconsin (and Norway) as far as I've been able to confirm.
Added by TJG on Feb 01, 2012 3:12 PM
|Frank Passic, Albion Historian||RE: Chas Young and wifes stone!|
The youngs were my neighbors across the street when i was growing up.
Added by Frank Passic, Albion Hist... on Jan 09, 2012 4:17 PM
|rich ||RE: Patricia Clare McNally Seltzer|
You're very welcome. :o)
Added by rich on Jan 02, 2012 6:50 PM
|Megan Heyl||Timing is everything !!!|
Got your Reimink photos today... snow arrives tonight!
Hope you and yours have a great holiday.. been forever since we chatted... hope all is well in your neck of the woods. Hugs!!
Added by Megan Heyl on Dec 20, 2011 1:04 PM
|Res Ipsa||H.A. and Azuba Barrett|
When I searched for the gravesites of H.A. Barrett and Azuba
I came across their Obituaries.
If you want the copies I can scan and forward them to you.
Added by Res Ipsa on Nov 23, 2011 11:56 AM
|Susan Ing||RE: Re: Pic of grave/Charlotte Nash|
I just went there again. The "shadow" you mention is a large tree. I took a photo of a dry cleaned off marker and a wet washed marker. Neither are much better.
I will put the newer cleaned off photo on. The wet one makes the color pretty of the marker but the letters darker as well.
Added by Susan Ing on Sep 03, 2011 11:29 AM
|Thomas Torango||RE: Thos J Torango|
Your welcome Charlene. I see you have requested photos of some other "Saucier" grave sites. Mary Saucier was the infant daughter of Joseph and Ann (Christe) Saucier, my mother's sister. I'd be surprised if there was a stone. There are 3 other infants buried there as well. Mary (Ringuette) Saucier is buried in an unmarked grave in the Joseph Rushlow plot. Joseph Saucier Sr. is buried in an unmarked grave back near the sexton's garage. These were very poor people. The elder Sauciers were dependent on their children and NEVER owned a home of their own. Joseph Saucier Sr. died at The Little Sisters of the Poor in Detroit. He suffered from what we now know as Alzheimer's.
Added by Thomas Torango on Aug 20, 2011 11:12 AM
|Thomas Torango||RE: Re MAE Teifer grave at Ferndale!|
Your welcome. She's buried in the Pelletier plot.
Added by Thomas Torango on Jul 23, 2011 1:57 PM