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mst2u (#47490401)
 member for 3 years, 4 months, 12 days
No, I'm not. I am a F.A.G. photo contributor and I keep receiving requests for photo's in Canada....I live in Michigan and although I am 'across the river' from the Cemetery it is a 1 hour 6 mins trip [one way] to have to go all the way to Detroit...then Windsor and up to Amhertsburg! I feel bad that I can not fulfill the requests so I at least 'pay my respects' by leaving a flower.

Added by Rosie on May 26, 2014 12:05 AM

William Noon Woodward
RE: David Conway
You're welcome-it's my pleasure. Glad you could come to Beaufort to see and photograph David's gravesite in beautiful BNC. Thanks for 'thanks'-BW

Added by William Noon Woodward on Jun 25, 2013 9:46 AM

Jenny E.
RE: coffey at Spring Grove
You are welcome!
Jenny E.

Added by Jenny E. on Dec 18, 2012 6:12 PM

Jenny E.
Hatfieldin Section 124 @ Spring Grove

I was at Spring Grove today and took the pics that you requested for Marjorie, Charles and Eugenia Hatfield in Section 124. On your profile, I saw that you are interested in genealogy so I thought you might be interested in the 3 others that appear to be buried in the same plot with the above. ( I have pics of those too, if you'd like).

Alma Bell Bryant 1872-1959
Erminie B. Duncan 1865-1937
Ophelia Nesbit Bell 1848-1936

Jenny E.

Added by Jenny E. on Nov 03, 2012 3:05 PM

RE: Charles and Mary Hatfield
You are welcome. It was a nice fall day for a drive, so my husband and I decided to take some F.A.G.cemetery photos from around the area. Thank you for the link to the book that you are working on. It is very interesting! Looks like a lot of work!!! Happy I could help out in a very very very small way.

Take care!


Added by Sandy on Sep 23, 2012 11:05 PM

RE: Highgate
I will try to get the obit. scanned and sent to you in the next couple of days. We had a death in the family this week, so there has been a lot to do.

Sounds like a very interesting project. Hopefully there will be something in the obit. that will be of help to you!


Added by Sandy on Sep 13, 2012 7:59 PM

RE: Highgate
I will try to get the obit. scanned and sent to you in the next couple of days. We had a death in the family this week, so there has been a lot to do.

Sounds like a very interesting project. Hopefully there will be something in the obit. that will be of help to you!


Added by Sandy on Sep 13, 2012 7:57 PM

RE: Aaron Highgate

I couldn't find it, so finally found someone in the cemetery office and asked. They said there was no mention of him in the records! I did find an obituary in an old copy of the Midland Daily News at the the library. It doesn't say where he was buried! I have a copy of it for you and photos of all the Highgates stones in the Midland Cem. I have not been able to put them in yet. We have been away on vacation and other things going on. Will get them in soon and the other information I have for you to you soon!


Added by Sandy on Aug 28, 2012 2:39 PM

RE: Conway and Hatfield in Michigan
It was very hard to read, but did look like 'mother' on top of the small stone (just like the one for Nancy Hill Conway). Both hard to read. I will check when I am out there next time. Sometimes in different lighting you see things differently! Sorry for the confusion. I will also check for Amos whenever I run across other Hatfields out there, there are supposed to be some others! And some other Conways, a Dewey G. Conway 1898-1946! Didn't see his, it appeared to be empty, or no stone. Will let you know if I spot any others! I had a question for you. You said that Amos Hatfield's mother was an Annie Highgate, is she the Mercy Hatfield that is on the stone with Charles A. Hatfield? BTW - I am still looking for Aaron Highgate, there was a Highgate family plot near the Hatfields and Conways, but no Aaron there.

Added by Sandy on Jul 09, 2012 7:46 PM

sandra edington
RE: McKinney's
You are most welcome. I had looked a couple times before and found them on the third try. So glad I could help.

Added by sandra edington on Jun 08, 2012 10:59 AM

Barbara HARMS Craig
RE: Mary Parkhill Morrow
Yes, Mary PARKHILL Morrow was the wife of Gov. Jeremiah Morrow. I know she is not buried with him. She is several places away from him with one of the children. Many of the children are buried in the same area.

Added by Barbara HARMS Craig on May 29, 2012 9:55 AM


Added by cryptkeeper on May 28, 2012 4:46 AM


Added by cryptkeeper on May 28, 2012 4:45 AM

Barbara HARMS Craig
William Morrow and his mother Mary Morrow
THANKS for checking for William and his mother Mary, I will list them as unmarked. I had thought since Mary was married to Gov. Jeremiah Morrow, there would at least been one for her.

THANKS AGAIN for checking!! Barbara

Added by Barbara HARMS Craig on May 18, 2012 12:01 PM

Kae Boss
Rhoda Casterline
Started at the Otisco Twp offices. They have a map of the cemetery and Rhoda's plot is listed. However at the cemetery, this area is empty, could not find any kind of marker, sorry.

Added by Kae Boss on Apr 27, 2012 5:10 PM

Rick W
Photo request
Sorry it's taken us so long to write, but we missed the e-mail that you were able to get the picture of Christina Graves' headstone. She was my niece, and named after me, so it's very meaningful to see it.

Thanks so much.

Tina W

Added by Rick W on Mar 10, 2012 9:03 PM

Mary Gholz
George Casterline
According to my grandmother Debbie Ann Lossing Green [1888-1993] George Casterline and his brother-in-law Lanson Lossing were both buried, possibly together, in Greenwood Cemetery, near Sandusky, Sanilac county, MI. Note: I do not believe there is a marker for George Casterline; there may be for Lanson Lossing. [My grandmother was the daughter of Herbert Lossing, and she most vividly recalled the reaper accident.]

Added by Mary Gholz on Feb 05, 2012 11:22 AM

RE: Eliza Jane Lossing
I was looking at who the contributor was, Sam is very receptive to making additions to pages. I'm not interested in who has ownership, just that the pages are well maintained and look good. The other contributors at Spring Hill basically ignore SACs and I have had to go through Findagrave to get them corrected but they don't exactly move quickly or add all of the information I sent so I kinda gave up on that.

I have been working on getting the Lossing line updated on here. When I started there were around 150 with sur/maiden name of Lossing. Now there are 380. Doesn't help that there are more female Lossings than males and the women somehow lost their maiden name when they were buried. The 4 famous bios I have done are all Lossing's. I happened to come across a book at a thrift store written by Benson John Lossing about the signers of the Declaration of Independence. I would have loved to have lived in his time and been able to sit down and pick his brain.

You will never be "done." I am trying to update my Huss family history book that was written in 1972. It does not help that my 4th gr-grandfather had 200+ gr-grandchildren. I run across more family almost daily in that line and just found 300+ more at a cemetery in Ohio that I am adding and trying to get the bios entered as well.

Thanks for all your help. Looking forward to information you have to add for Eliza Jane 'Jennie.'


Added by Red on Sep 23, 2011 7:21 PM

Margie R
RE: John Manson
You are most welcome!

Added by Margie R on Aug 06, 2011 9:39 PM

George Wagner
Thank you very much for the photos of George's headstone. The pictures look great.

Added by cryptkeeper on Jul 23, 2011 6:00 AM

Harold Gilliland
RE: Williams at Union Cemetery

Added by Harold Gilliland on Jul 14, 2011 5:09 PM

Harold Gilliland
Photo of James/Margaret Williams
Many thanks for posting these photos. It looks like Margaret's (Marget) has been broken and repaired. I assume the dates were virtually unreadable as they are in the photo. It does appear to give the name as "Marget Jane Williams".

The stone for James is more readable and agrees with past transcription dob 5/11/1787 and dod of 4/23/1869. I read the age at death as 81y, 11m, 12d. Is that correct?

Again, thank you. My direct email is if you want to contact me directly.


Added by Harold Gilliland on Jul 14, 2011 3:40 PM

Rick W
Thank you...
so much for taking the time to find and photo my niece Christina Graves headstone. It means a lot to us.

God bless,
Tina Williamson

Added by Rick W on Jul 14, 2011 12:33 PM

RE: Eliza Jane Lossing
I do not live in the area, I am in Oklahoma. The only way to verify if it's her is to get the burial info or death cert. Thank you for checking into this. Red

Added by Red on Jun 26, 2011 10:59 AM

RE: Eliza Jane Lossing
I have not been able to come up with an exact location but my gut tells me she is at Spring Hill. I posted a photo request in the hopes that it is there and the dates can be confirmed. I also sent several SAC's to contributor Kelli F to get corrections for the Lossing's at Spring Hill and they have not been made. I wonder if she is still with us. I have added several Lossing pages in the past week and have placed as many of the Lossings in my Lossing virtual cemetery as I have been able to find. I'll keep looking for more. Red

Added by Red on Jun 25, 2011 10:00 PM


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