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Wendy & John Corcoran (#47387872)
 member for 5 years, 9 months, 11 days
Elizabeth Petty Poole Jones
Memorial #21655263

The photo shown cannot be for this individual who died in 1818, since photography DID NOT EXIST at that period.

Also- the clothing is not appropriate to the early 1800s, but more to the 1860-1870 time period.

Added by MFraser on Jul 19, 2015 7:00 AM

white roses
Elizabeth Pettypool Jones
Did Brian Jones ever respond to you about where he got this photo? Elizabeth died in 1818, and the first known photograph is from 1826 (in France, yet).

Memorial #21655263

Added by white roses on Jul 18, 2015 2:41 PM

Debra Richards (Irishgirl355)
RE: Thank you Debra...
I did take the photos of the following Vernick:
Augusta 1856-1931
Herman B. 1886-1973
Pauline B. 1888-1941

Added by Debra Richards (Irishgirl... on Jul 18, 2015 6:10 AM

gladwin gal
Re: Memorials
Hello! Wendy,

I'm finally now moved in my New Home & back online.

Note: I have taken your lightened Headstone Photo's of mine. Now you may delete the ones for a Mary Crosson at: Find A Grave Memorial# 88090135 & William A. Stock at: Find A Grave Memorial# 47603518

Was their any others I missed?

Added by gladwin gal on Jul 14, 2015 5:58 AM

Shirley Hoard
RE: Thank you, Shirley.....
Just to the left of the marker for George Markham there is a piece of cement where a marker was, but is now gone. I have no idea who this might be but it probably is a Markham. I'll check around a bit and see if I can find out. The William H. Aitken Memorial library of Croswell has an internet site with a genealogy section. In this is a list of the most of the burial in Croswell cemetery and their locations.

Added by Shirley Hoard on Jun 19, 2015 4:58 AM

sheryl cavanaugh
RE: Thank you, Sheryl....
I copied & pasted the page that the HARMS name is listed on, this is a documentation of the cemetery done by a boy scout troop several years ago. There are some HARM names along with other HARMS, let me know if you would like pictures of any of them.

I3-109 Harm Mary F. 1/8/1911 11/12/1992 good Mary F. Harm Jan 8 1911 Nov 12 1992
I3-110 Harm Arthur E. 7/12/1905 7/6/2000 good Arthur E. Harm July 12 1905 July 6 2000
K5-8 Harm Marie L. Sept 10 1918 Feb 22 199 Good Marie L Sept 10 1918 - Feb 27 1997
K5-9 Harm Herman H. Oct 10 1915 Present Good Herman H. Oct. 10 1915 "In Gods Loving Care"
H2-85 Harms 1855 1930 fair Mother 1855-1930
H2-86 Harms 1842 1923 worn Father 1842-1923
H3-85 Harms Herman 1886 1893 fair Herman Harms 1886-1893
H3-86 Harms 1902 1902 fair Baby 1902-1902
H3-87 Harms Harold 1916 1916 fair Harold 1916-1916
I1-28 Harms Lloyd R. Dec 22 1929 July 1 2003 good Loving Husband dad Grandpa Lloyd R. Harms Dec 22 1929 July 1 2003 Forever in our hearts
K17-8 Harms Ruth
K17-9 Harms Arthur
J4-1 Harms Frieda L. 6/27/1905 12/8/1990 good Frieda L. Harms June 27, 1905 Dec 8, 1990
J4-2 Harms Arthur F. 1/1/1906 6/18/1990 good Arthur Harms Jan 1, 1906 June 18, 1990

Added by sheryl cavanaugh on May 25, 2015 12:39 PM

RE: Hi Karen T.,
No the caretaker indicated to me that since the grave is so old (1880) the cemetery doesnt have any record of where the plot is, so i couldnt even take a picture of green space. I am sorry. the cemetery records do not go that far back for plot locations. the older section of the cemetery where they are is so old and nothing is really marked its impossible to know for sure.

Added by KAREN T on May 21, 2015 5:56 AM

Gerard Brownstone
RE: Thank you, Gerard..
Your Welcome and I do have a photo for Lucille,1925-1993, if you would kindly put in a request for the photo I will add the photo for you.

Added by Gerard Brownstone on May 18, 2015 8:20 AM

Vanessa Northrup
volunteer for siedel
i found several headstones with the last name. I went to find johann but couldnt find that one. I took pics of all the Siedels found if you need any of them. facebook vanessa rae michigan

Added by Vanessa Northrup on May 16, 2015 1:32 PM

Marie Wassum
2nd wife of Leroy Tobe Pennington
In case you haven't received the info on this second wife named Mary, She was Mary Hoge Garton, widow of John Garton They had a daughter, Sarah Catherine, who married Henry Johnson Blake. They also had a son, George, born in 1841, who must have died about the time of his father in 1844. Mary had 3 or 4 more children by Leroy before she died in 1859.

Added by Marie Wassum on May 09, 2015 12:16 PM

gladwin gal
John O. Johnson # 63996562

Just wanted to let you know! John O. Johnson Saginaw Obituary now has been added & is now showing on his memorial. Husband of: Anna (Gujord) Johnson.

Added by gladwin gal on May 06, 2015 5:43 AM

regarding grandlawn photo request
Could you possibly call the cemetery and get the Section Lot and grave location and add it to your request. It would make the search so much easier. Grandlawn phone number 313-531-2050

Added by PonemahPat on Mar 21, 2015 6:03 PM

Chuck McKinley
I looked at the cemetery and found the following Dorothy Aileen, Harry H. Jerald F., John Floyd, and Monty L. have pictures already. The other ones in the cemetery and there burial dates are as followed Leora Bell 10/16/51, Hannah 2/5/30, George B. 9/12/78, Geraldine 1/14/86, John L. 12/21/40, John L. 12/21/42, John Wayne 2/15/44, Madeline C. 2/16/65, Martha E. 5/29/63, Mary F. 4/28/45, Nancy A. 4/9/49, and WM 12/22/38. Which ones or do you want them all when I get time request the pictures and I will work on them. I try to go about every other weekend weather permitting. I do have to get my shoulder repair so that might slow me down also though I will get it done for you.

Chuck McKinley

Added by Chuck McKinley on Feb 08, 2015 5:19 PM

Sarah S. Coy Gilbert Betts
Just curious if you ever tried to contact the cemetery regarding Sarah and any other family that is buried here? There is a photo of a contact number and address posted on the Upton cemetery page.

Added by Tammy on Jan 24, 2015 2:58 PM

Sheila Cooper
RE: Buried or broken headstone?
Hi Wendy,
The headstone was buried, not broken.
I was reading your profile and am very impressed with the work you have done continuing in your mother's footsteps. Nice Job...Sheila

Added by Sheila Cooper on Jan 17, 2015 7:24 AM

Paul Peter Trainor Jr.
Francis Joseph Schramke
Wendy -
I thought Thanksgiving was the perfect day to document Mr. Schramke's grave for you. I had time while dinner was in the oven. When I locate a grave at Great Lakes to photograph, I always remove my hat and honor the veteran or spouse. My heart skipped a beat when I saw that Mr. Schramke served in the 509th Composite Group.

I think it was early 1994 when my wife had professional training in Kansas City, MO. I tagged along with our four year old daughter. As the ladies were getting settled in our hotel room, I went down to roam the lobby. I saw several older gentlemen arriving and greeting each other. Some of them were wearing what looked like World War II bomber jackets. I was (and still am) an avid reader of WWII history, so I was curious about these men. Until I saw a cap that read 509th Bombardment Group. These were the men who as "boys" flew the Boeing B17 Flying Fortress from southern England on missions over mainland Europe. I was able to speak with many of these veterans. They fondly remembered the B17, and the incredible damage it could sustain and still get them home alive. I did not get to meet one gentleman who flew an astonishing 45 missions. But what a thrill it was to hear history from those who made it. They also spoke of one of their officers - Colonel LeMay - later General Curtis LeMay of the Strategic Air Command.

I wish I could have known Mr. Schramke. The picture of his marker I sent you is yours to use for whatever purpose you choose.

Paul Trainor

Added by Paul Peter Trainor Jr. on Nov 28, 2014 9:35 AM

RE: Thank you, Lisa....
I will post on Albert's page as well but I must admit I am not happy with the photo I took...I can see my reflection on the grave. I am going back to get a better photo & will post to both pages. Thanks for your patience!

Added by LisaRuth on Nov 20, 2014 7:19 PM

George Chavey
Wendy George Chavey who died 1936 is at Redford Cemetery but as of this moment his location is not confirmed. The burial permit does not have his location written down but I suspect I will find that it is in that lot C39. Also with him besides the Wilkinsons are his wife Mary Aileen who died 1971.

Added by Regina on Nov 20, 2014 6:21 PM

Don Downing
R Guy Downing, Sr. son of Granville and Joesphine
Guy Downing, Sr. second wife is that of his son Roland Downing.

Guy's second wife was :

Maude Hazell Overall
b 29 Sept 1900 Fulton Ky.
d 8 Dec. 1974

m 1 Dec. 1925, Nashville, Tn

Roland Granville Downing
b 17 Nov. 1930, Nashville, Tn.
wife is Norma Gayle Wright
b. 7 Oct. 1933, Nashville Tn.
M. 18 Dec 1952, Dickson, County, Tn.

Great Uncle and Cousin of mine
Don Downing

Added by Don Downing on May 15, 2014 9:55 PM

Celia Webber
You ask if Donald, Daniel and Lynn was buried by Celia. I do not remember seeing them but I was not looking for there names so there is a chance I just skipped over them. I will peek in and check when I am in Saginaw again.

Added by RAP on May 15, 2014 8:56 AM

Kate Sprague
Isabella (Keough) Schulte-Bourgoin
Isabella is my 2nd cousin 2 times removed and have been researching her family for 2 decades. Maybe I can answer your questions. I am a certified genealogist as well as a cousin. Let me know:) My regular email is; Kate Sprague

Added by Kate Sprague on May 14, 2014 6:03 PM

Alta Seiferlein
Thank you for the additional information. A different last name than I had. I did delete my memorial so we're straight on that one. As for Donald Robert Webber? Give me a couple of days. I do have records from several Saginaw area cemeteries and will go through them and try to find where he is. Take care. Frank.

Added by FrankA. on May 14, 2014 12:55 PM

M. Johnson
Sarah Russell - Lakeside Cem.
Names around in her plot are:
Charley Bragg
Frances Lynch
Dolly King
Ruth Shulmier
Carolyn Arnold
Donald Prause
James and Cora Arnold
Carrie Erickson
Clara Williamson

Added by M. Johnson on May 14, 2014 10:52 AM

Laura Evans-Steele
Lawrence C. Duke
There is no record of his wife Helen being buried at Lindenwood. There are no stones on his plot or anywhere nearby. His mother is buried in Sec. K, lot 62 in an unmarked grave on the Miller plot.

Added by Laura Evans-Steele on May 08, 2014 5:37 PM

RE: Need help locating # 129402115
Found her.

Added by RAP on May 08, 2014 5:19 PM


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