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Janilyn Gager (#47616132)
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John T
RE: Nina Clare Beebe/Charles Erskine
Ancestry.com lists Nina Clare Beebe 1907 married Charles Erskins, Wilbert Dewitt Kindall Jul 3 1918, the one famliy tree lists unknown Ballou with no dates so I went with what I have. As far as Charles's middle name being Luther this is from ancestry.com also.

Added by John T on Oct 14, 2012 2:52 PM

John T
RE: Charles Erskine
Open his memorial, by the cemetery name look for Burial edit, click to go to the next screen which will Say Edit Burial information for Charles Erskin. Select cemetery click continue. On the next screen Cemetery name type grant church or as much as it will allow. Country United states, State Michigan, click search for cemetery, Next screen Select Grant Church Cemetery Grant Traverse County Karlin, click save changes its done. I have a photo of his marker that I'll post.

John

Added by John T on Oct 13, 2012 6:19 PM

J. E. McBryde
Hatfield Picture
You are very welcome for the picture. I know how important this picture is to you. Only yesterday a picture was put on one of my relative's find-a-grave memorial page. I was very thankful that it was taken and placed there. It was actually my sister Sara Peacock that took Mr. Hatfield's picture. We work togeather as find-a-grave contributors.

Added by J. E. McBryde on Nov 14, 2011 7:58 AM

M. Johnson
Baby McAskill, Muskegon, MI
I checked with cemetery workers, who's records indicate baby should be in plot 8, section 4. I not sure where the 7 comes into this. Click on the photo to read the info there. There was no headstone to be found.

Added by M. Johnson on Nov 11, 2011 10:34 AM

Sondra Coburn
RE: Ivester Grave Photos
Janilyn,
The pleasure is mine. It is a lovely, very neat, well kept, little cemetery. Happy to be of assistance.
Sondra

Added by Sondra Coburn on Oct 30, 2011 12:40 AM

blackcrepe
RE: Mary Louise Erskine
Horray!!..;)

Added by blackcrepe on Oct 19, 2011 5:24 AM

blackcrepe
RE: Mary Louise Erskine
hi,
It would be the one that you originally requested, and the one that I fullfilled for you, Hope this helps..nice talking with you!

Added by blackcrepe on Oct 18, 2011 6:18 PM

blackcrepe
RE: Thank You!
No, thank you..your kindness reminds me of why I do this at all. Many times, we don't hear from people at all, and thats fine. But, when we get a nod, it makes it all worthwhile. thanks.

Added by blackcrepe on Oct 11, 2011 4:31 AM

Twist
RE: Thanks for transfers
Can I just say that I appreciated your notes to me? Usually I get "demands" for transfers, with no acknowledgement of the time and effort put into marching off to the cemetery, recording and then creating the memorials. A person is much more inclined to transfer when she receives a nice note or two. Regards and good luck with your search.

Added by Twist on Oct 06, 2011 2:47 PM

Cindy Schrieber
RE: More Erskine Photos
Oops! I thought I had added these memorials. My mistake, so I can't transfer to you. But ask Twist who added the memorials to transfer them to your Find a grave # then you can maintain them, and add additional information i.e. obituaries. Feel free to use the photos you mentioned in your genealogy records. Always glad to help when I can.

Added by Cindy Schrieber on Oct 05, 2011 8:22 PM

Cindy Schrieber
RE: Erskine Photos
I can transfer all of them to you. Sure you can use the photos in your genealogy. Glad I could help.

Added by Cindy Schrieber on Oct 05, 2011 7:58 PM

 
 

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