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J Thom (#47509585)
 member for 3 years, 11 months, 7 days
R Yustick
Helen and Bernard Bonkowski
Hello J Thom,

Can you please transfer Helen and Bernard Bonkowski to me? They are my Maternal Grandparents. Bernard's #69829143, and Helen's #69829144.

I would be glad to take over Joseph and Rose Bonkowski as well unless you are directly related.
Joseph's #69829126 and Rose's #69829127
Thank you,


Added by R Yustick on Feb 18, 2015 7:31 AM

R Yustick
Hello J Thom,

My name is Robert Yustick. Are you related to the Radomski Family? Rose Radomski-Bonkowski is my maternal great grandmother. Maybe we can share information.


Added by R Yustick on Jan 24, 2015 5:26 AM

Arlene (Casterline)Culver
Oscar Fitch
Thanks so much for the transfer of my great great Grandfather.

Added by Arlene (Casterline)Culver on Aug 25, 2014 2:36 PM

Scott Reilly
RE: Anthony Radomski
Hey....thank you.
Marquette, MI.

Added by Scott Reilly on Aug 25, 2014 7:13 AM

Scott Reilly
Anthony Radomski
Can't tell if you're related to Anthony or if, as your bio says, you are just providing info from gravestones you've encountered. Anthony is my great-grandfather and I do have some information to add if you would transfer to me. Let me know either ways. Thanks!

Added by Scott Reilly on Aug 23, 2014 9:46 PM

Scott Reilly
Anthony Radomski
Noticed your post regarding the Anthony Radomski grave site. I do not live in the Soo and have never visited the grave but if we're talking about the same person he is my great-grandfather as the address on Brown St. is the same that my father lived at. Anthony was married to Julia Levandowski (born in Poland). One of their children was Victoria, my grandmother (who married my grandfather Charles Reilly). Victoria was born in Sept. 1896 in the Soo.
After Anthony died Julia remarried (George Bozik) which may explain why no spouse was apparently buried at the cemetery site. Anthony and Julia also had a son Alexander who according to my records was born in Poland but arrived in the Soo when he was 2 with Julia about two years after Anthony first immigrated alone. Family records also indicate Anthony arrived in the Soo from Poland in 1894/95 to work on building the Soo Locks. Interesting that family records show that when he arrived in the U.S. his name was Antoni Radomski but that at some point changed it to Anthony Robinson even though the grave maker in question says Radomski. My grandmother's birth cert says Radomski but later documents indicate her maiden name was Robinson and when Alexander married the marriage cert shows his name as Robinson. How are you related? Regards, Scott Reilly,

Added by Scott Reilly on Aug 08, 2014 10:10 PM

Kathy A
RE: Cross - Elizabeth and John
Thank you for the transfer! Appreciate it. Have a great weekend.

Added by Kathy A on Jul 11, 2014 10:47 AM

Kathy A
Cross - Elizabeth and John
Elizabeth Cross # 86791176 is my grandmother and John Cross # 86791189 is my step grandfather.

I would greatly appreciate it if you would consider transferring maintenance of these two to me. Thank you in advance.

Kathy Champagne-Ainsworth

Added by Kathy A on Jul 08, 2014 4:45 PM

Peter Hakze
John Tuinstra (1917-1981)
Hi J. Thom,
Thanks for transferring John T., who I linked meanwhile to his parents and to whom I added quite some info, but I couldn't find anything about him between 1940 and his death in 1981. It looks that he died unmarried in Grand Rapids.
If you want his memorial back, please tell me so.

Greetings from the Netherlands,

Added by Peter Hakze on Apr 22, 2014 4:07 AM

Mary E. Warner
About the transfer (created in 2011) to me this a.m.: it turns out that Edna remarried, and there is a duplicate memorial (created in 2013). While working out this problem, would you please remove the headstone photo on her memorial #81206879. The headstone photo on her 1st husband's memorial can remain there. A different headstone (with her 2nd husband's name) will be downloaded shortly. Thanks for your help.

Added by Mary E. Warner on Apr 07, 2014 5:56 PM

Mary E. Warner
Thanks so much for the quick transfer of Edna E. (Detzler) Sears this morning.

Added by Mary E. Warner on Apr 07, 2014 6:08 AM

Straszewski Updates
Thanks for making the updates to the Straszewski family.


Added by Kelvingrove on Feb 25, 2014 6:12 AM

Tonya Spore
Castle Cemetery Photos #7516442
Would you mind if I copy any and all photos for this family to my family tree? Thank you for your consideration.

Tonya Baker Spore

Added by Tonya Spore on Feb 16, 2014 11:03 AM

Tracey Chelette Strong
Doris Chelette
Would you share your photo for Ralph Chelette 109633736 with Doris Chelette 124895041 - thank you

Added by Tracey Chelette Strong on Feb 10, 2014 10:50 AM

Jean Quentmeyer
Armond Hansen
Thanks a million for the great phone of Armond Hansen's headstone


Added by Jean Quentmeyer on Oct 11, 2013 3:12 AM

Sarah Jane
Thank you for taking the photo of Marilyn Overzet's gravestone.

Added by Sarah Jane on Oct 05, 2013 12:41 AM

Thanks for taking the time to get the picture of Mrs Kline`s gravestone.

Added by Lorna on Oct 02, 2013 9:05 PM

Karen Tober
Alvin B. Clemens
Thank you for adding the photo to Alvin's memorial at Chapel Hill Memorial Gardens, Grand Rapids.


Added by Karen Tober on Oct 02, 2013 5:16 PM

Photo use request
Hello J Thom,

I wish to humbly ask for the use of the Images associated with the McLeod family- that you took while at Hooker Cemetery- Leighton, Allegan, Michigan.

With the close relationship that Ancestry has with Find-A-Grave, and vice versa, and as I live so very far from Leighton- I would like to use each of the inscribed stone images and the McLeod Monument image for each of the particular relations on their profile pages on my Ancestry account. I would be sure to pay you proper respect on the images-
I usually say 'owner acknowledges and grants Electronic use authorization for this image on Ancestry Accounts only.'

Thanks for your consideration.
Walter McLeod

Added by W.Wm.McLeod on Sep 14, 2013 9:13 PM

Anthony Radomski
Glad to help. It's like trying to put a jigsaw puzzle together and missing some pieces...frustrating! ;-))

Added by Karen on Jul 28, 2013 11:13 AM

RE: Anthony Radomski
Went to the Court House, saw his death certificate: he was born in Poland/Russia, year unknown, but he was 42 years old at his death on July 15, 1907. His father was Michael Radomski and his mother was Kati Mekarski, both born in Poland. He died of acute alcoholism while living at 923 Brown Street in Sault Ste. Marie, MI. He worked as a bartender. The notice indicated the information was given by "Mrs. Radomski".

I then went to the Library and looked up the newspaper for 7-14 until 7-18, 1907 and did not find any reference to his passing.

The cemetery card indicates the gravesite was owned by "Mrs. A. Radomski", so probably NOT his mother since her name was Kati. If he was indeed married, there is the possibility that she remarried and could still be buried here under another name, or moved out of this County.

Just happened to think of the 1900 & 1910 census for Chippewa County. I will check that and let you know if I find anything.

Added by Karen on Jul 25, 2013 4:55 PM

RE: Anthony Radomski
No, I am sorry, there are no others. There seems to be a large lot with a high headstone, and Anthony's small one is off to the side - almost like they expected others to be buried there, but it is empty. I noticed you had a Anna Kowalewski Radomski listed in your memorials with a date that would be pretty reasonable DOB: 10-1-1867, buried in Evergreen Cemetery in Detroit, Wayne County.. Any chance that is his wife? It could be that she moved after Anthony's death. Maybe I will go to the County Clerk next week to see what his death certificate says about survivors, or to the library to see if there is an obit for him. Will let you know what I find - if anything. Happy hunting!!

Added by Karen on Jul 19, 2013 8:43 AM

Dale Working
Pvt Charles Adelbert Warner
I visited this memorial and saw how you used arrows and names added to a photo to show grave locations. Neat idea! I had been thinking of making a white cross and sticking it the ground where someone was buried that didn't have a stone. But I think I like your idea better, especially if there are several graves in one area without a stone. I'm surprised I didn't think of it too, as I use "Paint" quite often to add things to photos or images off the internet, etc. Wonderful idea!

Added by Dale Working on Jul 08, 2013 1:41 PM

Kathy Lutzke

There is already a memorial on Elizabeth Keefer with all details. This is my relative. Would it be possible to delete your memorial?

Thanks much
Kathy Lutzke

Added by Kathy Lutzke on May 15, 2013 10:35 AM

Burnice Lewis
Frank Welton Photo
Thank you for getting the photo of Frank Welton's grave. I really appreciate it.

Burnice Lewis

Added by Burnice Lewis on Apr 30, 2013 11:19 AM


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