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Chris (#47304829)
 member for 5 years, 22 days
Lane/Ovid Union
Thanks for the info regarding Elijah Lane Jr at Ovid Union Cemetery.I was able to confirm and add some of it to his memorial.


Added by Treeclimber on Dec 06, 2014 3:27 PM

Laurel Hiller
Thank you for send the source information for Laurel and his wife Wava. Sorry to have to ask but some of the edits I have received have been based on nothing but a guess. I was recently asked to link a man to a woman as his wife because "She was the only one listed under that name." So now, due to the popularity of findagrave and the numerous edit requests I have been asking for the source information.

THANK YOU for your time.



Added by dells on Dec 05, 2014 10:15 AM

Grace Younglove Hudson
Hi: Thanks for the information on the Wiedrick family. Information posted.

Re:Hello: He was the son of Barnard Wiedrick and Elizabeth Cook. I sent an edit link for his mother. I have his father as burial unknown for now. I am checking with South Lyon, since that is where he died in 1886. He was a Tailor. In 1870, he was living in Farmington and married to Mary Ann Mosher. She died in 1873 and is buried in Oakwood Cemetery in Farmington. Chris

Added by Grace Younglove Hudson on Nov 19, 2014 7:24 AM

James Bianco
Benajah Turner - Great Barrington, Ma.
Thank you for contacting me regarding Banajah. From what I understand the two cemeteries (Greenlawn & St. Bridget's) are side by side and the boundry line is rather hazy. I added the memorial from a transcript of Greenlawn, and given that St. Bridget's is a Catholic Cemetery, it is highly unlikely Benajah was buried there. In any case, to save confusion I have removed the memorial in Greenlawn. Jim

Added by James Bianco on Nov 16, 2014 8:27 AM

RE: Baby Jenks Southfied Cemetery
Hi Chris,

I'm always happy to make corrections, even if it takes two or three times to sort out the information. It is important to get the facts correct. It does make things confusing when names and dates are not added to monuments. Right now I am in the process or sorting out about 30 memorials in a cemetery in which the people were listed as "Mother" "Father" "Sister" and "Brother." Additionally there are more than two dozen graves with unhelpful names like "Wife of Juan Garcia." It takes a bit of work to piece it all together.


Added by EddieM on Nov 14, 2014 9:21 AM

Dominique Potier
RE: Henry A Dawson 1924-1944
Hello Chris,

I took this picture from Luxembourg Cemetery .

You can contact the cemetery directly . Maybe they have some info for you .


Added by Dominique Potier on Nov 13, 2014 12:06 AM

Karen Eckardt
Asa Lapham
Thank you for all the information you posted on Asa Lapham and his family. He is my 5g-grandfather. My line goes through his daughter, Cynthia Lapham Roberts.


Added by Karen Eckardt on Nov 10, 2014 10:24 AM

Mark Gossoo
Re: Codding Cemetery
Hi Chris-

Yes, Codding and Vincent Hill are the same cemetery. If you go to the main page for the Codding Cemetery, you will see Vincent Hill listed as an AKA.

See also:


Added by Mark Gossoo on Nov 05, 2014 3:57 PM

Bob Brien
RE: Isaac Walker #59679870
Hi Chris,
Thank you for pointing out my error on the parents of Isaac Walker. I have corrected my error.

Added by Bob Brien on Nov 01, 2014 9:20 AM

Thank you.
I'm updating her information.

Added by kimmie on Oct 23, 2014 12:19 PM

RE: Julia Edwards
OK, thank you. Pam

Added by Pamela on Oct 22, 2014 11:21 PM

Audrey Nowels
RE: Margaret Fern Yoder
Margaret was born to Lila Bartley and Edward Carter in Detroit. Lila died when Margaret Fern was 4 years old. They lived with 2 other families in a large home in the Detroit area. Ed left Lila and Margaret before Lila died in 1934. The Nowels Family raised and later adopted Margaret as their own. She went on to College and became a registered nurse. Ed remarried, died in Detroit and was buried in Milan Missouri. Lila was also buried by her family in her hometown in Missouri. Margaret very seldom saw her father and did not talk about her parents. She has two children that know a litte more about their mother's upbringing by a very caring and lovely family, their grandparents. Margaret was raised with an older Nowels sister and two Nowels brothers.
She was a very talented and well educated lady.
I am married to one of the Nowels brothers. Let me know if I can give you or anyone more information.

Audrey Rocque Nowels

Added by Audrey Nowels on Oct 22, 2014 4:15 PM

RE: Arthur Conrad Schuetzler
Mr. Schuetzler, 59, of Farmington died August 28, 1980 in Farmington.

He was a resident of Farmington since 1950. Mr. Schuetzler was a retired major with the United States Army. He spent 35 years in the Army as a systems analyst.

Survivors include: wife Mary; two daughters, Pamela Wamplers of Novi, Virginia Barrons of Walled Lake; a son, Gordon of Novi, a brother, Arthur (Doc) of West Bloomfield and three grand children.

This is regarding Arthur Gustav Schuetzler...These are my cousins.

Added by Marcy on Oct 20, 2014 3:03 PM

Baby Jenks Memorial# 103571358

Thanks for your note. This is one of those situations where the Suggest-a-Correction feature can make some issues. I believe there are two "Baby Jenks" in that cemetery, as this one is supposedly the daughter of Albert Jenks. The mistake might be that someone just listed the dates via the SAC tab, and they were automatically accepted. My main focus is to get things correct and to delete any duplications. If you know of another Baby Jenks and have a photo of the monument, it is yours to post. This is the only photo I have, and to the best of my knowledge it goes with Albert's family. I will remove the dates from my memorial, and if need be, will be happy to delete it or correct it further. I have contacted the Jenks researcher who asked me to find these graves to see if she can clarify the situation.



Added by EddieM on Oct 14, 2014 7:01 PM

Helen Radtke
I have now deleted my memorial


Added by Helen Radtke on Oct 13, 2014 5:14 PM

Dominique Potier
RE: Henry A. Dawson

Could you give me the number's memorial ?


Added by Dominique Potier on Oct 13, 2014 12:18 AM

Debra Stanley
RE: L M Gillette
I've transferred both Leon and Minnie. :)

Added by Debra Stanley on Oct 07, 2014 6:59 AM

william poma
RE: Charlotte Mansell

Added by william poma on Oct 06, 2014 10:32 PM

RE: Henrietta Heiden
The site won't let me remove it. It was automatically generated by the site, and I have no control. Thanks for the thought, tho.

Added by ToledoPoster on Oct 06, 2014 4:40 PM

Little Blessings
RE: Frederick Thomas Luedtke
Thank you, very much!

Added by Little Blessings on Oct 06, 2014 4:29 PM

Helen Radtke
RE: Jonathan W Densmore
If you delete the one in Hersey I will transfer maintenance to you for the one in Woodland. I was not worried about who was first, just that the location was incorrect. The memorial means nothing to me as there is no relationship to Mr. Densmore. I was just trying to help you out.


Added by Helen Radtke on Oct 06, 2014 1:53 PM

steve byron
RE: Redford High School
Yes Chris... I'm Steve DeNio... we went to Lodge and Redford..

Added by steve byron on Oct 06, 2014 1:32 PM

Grace Younglove Hudson
Stanley Collins
Hi: Thanks for taking the time to tell me of the duplicated memorial. I have deleted one.
Again Thanks a bunch.

RE:Stanley Collins posted twice

Added by Grace Younglove Hudson on Sep 30, 2014 5:36 PM

Ruby MeShawboose
Jesse Gilbert
Morning. My name is Ruby MeShawboose. I am doing independent research on local cemeteries in my area. I have some information in regards to Jesse Gilbert's death. He was born on Oct 12th, 1899 and died on August 13th, 1901. His death year was missing and that is what I found from reading his obit. Could you put it down for him, thank you so much. Ruby

Added by Ruby MeShawboose on Sep 25, 2014 9:02 AM

RE: Henry Seeley
Thanks very much for taking care of this extra memorial. I appreciate it! :)

Added by BjJ on Sep 22, 2014 6:26 PM


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