Thanks so much for the awesome pics! Marion
Added by Marion on Mar 22, 2015 3:22 PM
|Karen Giudice||RE: Minelli|
Stella....THANK YOU SO MUCH!!! Not only have you provided me with the photos of their graves...but the ONLY photos I have of them. I can't thank you enough!!!! I would love to see the "outtakes" ...my email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
And yes, I live in Charlevoix...I can't believe you are from Petoskey! What a small world! If there is anything you ever need from this area, please let me know...I belong to several genealogy groups here and take photos at all the cemeteries.
Thanks again...you really brightened my weekend!!!
Added by Karen Giudice on Mar 22, 2015 11:18 AM
|fml52||RE: William Rand|
Here's a link to 'Rand' family info:
Added by fml52 on Dec 31, 2014 4:52 AM
|Livecchi and Lavachia||Anthony "Tony" Lavazio|
Thank You for posting pictures of my Uncle Tony Lavazio. Tony is the brother of my father, I never knew Tony as he and my father were placed in a orphanage at a very early age, they lost contact with each other in the early 1920's. Thanks again, Joe Lavachia, Rehoboth Beach, Delaware
Added by Livecchi and Lavachia on Oct 29, 2014 2:56 PM
|Bernie Wilcox||James and Isabelle Dinnan|
Thank you for transferring James and Isabelle, Stella!
Added by Bernie Wilcox on Sep 05, 2014 7:18 AM
|Dreams Come True||RE: William Rand|
Hi! I would love to transfer them to you. Would you like all the rest of the Rands in the same cemetery?
Added by Dreams Come True on Aug 09, 2014 8:43 PM
Thanks for the offer but not really necessary. They are know for wrong spellings from the Cheboygan courthouse. They had a lot of French speaking people in the area early on who did not speak or read English for a long time. In fact my great grandfather actually traded property between Cheboygan & St Gabrielle de Brandon,Quebec . And it was OK'd by the clerk. I have a copy of it. Crazy. So the names really got murdered. Thanks Jan
Added by Jan on Aug 07, 2014 2:07 PM
|fml52||RE: William Rand|
Here's a link to a photo of the headstone:
Added by fml52 on Aug 05, 2014 10:39 AM
|ShelleyS||Eva Audrey Featherstone|
I've been researching the Eady family for decades and would be willing to share my info if you are related.
Added by ShelleyS on Jul 31, 2014 10:42 AM
|JimC||Mary Avery -- Old Pine Grove Cem.|
Hi -- I found and am just now uploading your photo request for Mary Avery. Her stone is broken, fallen and hard to read, but I believe the inscription says:
Mary Avery, wife of Squire Avery
d. Jan. 13, 1858, ae 78y, 3m
Added by JimC on Jul 08, 2014 4:04 PM
|TomW||RE: Mary Avery|
You are very welcome, I know how it feels to know for sure where relatives are buried. I still can't locate my baby brother's actual grave. Stories vary as to the actual site, the cemetery, I know for sure.
Added by TomW on Jun 10, 2014 9:08 AM
|Jennifer Sweeney||RE: St. Eloi Markers|
You're welcome -- would you like them transferred to you?
Added by Jennifer Sweeney on May 08, 2014 2:25 PM
I love the pictures you posted to her memorial, especially the birthday photo. Beautiful lady - sounds like she was a lot of fun :D
Added by KathyCook on Apr 15, 2014 4:29 PM
|M Arvidson||Mt Carmel-William Dowling|
Hi Stella-I posted the picture you requested for William Dowling. His gravesite has a large, two-sided cross with several family members on it besides William:
On the front with William---
John Dowling (Father-died Oct 19, 1942)
Mary Dowling (Mother-died Jan 30, 1933)
Rev John P Dowling (died May 26, 1992)
On the back (the stone on this side is titled HYDE DOWLING)
Julia Dowling Hyde (died Nov 16, 1979)
Francis L Hyde (died Jan 4, 1959)
Ethyl L Dowling (died Oct 10, 1969)
I took pictures of all so if you create memorial pages for these people let me know and I'll post the pictures there too.
Added by M Arvidson on Mar 28, 2014 7:40 PM
|Stanton-Parker Genes 51||Andrew Francis Avery|
I transferred this over to you.
Added by Stanton-Parker Genes 51 on Nov 04, 2013 2:35 PM
|Beth Walsh||Mabel ( Mae C.) Walsh|
Thank you for the photo of my Grandmother's grave. Apparently a headstone was never put in. I asked my Dad and Uncle about the missing stone and was told if it was important to me to buy it myself. the conversations were rather curt. Neither son liked her very much. She could be cruel but I loved her non the less. She was " Grandma Walsh to me. Family lore has it she played poker in Vegas. My uncle says she ran off with a dentist to New York for 2 years and broke my grandpa's heart.
She tried to raise us with manners. I remember fondly many trips on the elevated trains and buses around the city in the 1960's. She felt it was important for kids to learn how to get around. We would ride all day:-) One hilarious memory was of her baby sitting us at our summer home in Bridgman MI. She played " Go Fish" with all of us (9 kids) and set up shot glasses with milk to toast our victories. We had candy cigarettes too. I still smile at the thought!
Added by Beth Walsh on Sep 20, 2013 3:21 AM
|C Wilson||Norris ~ Mt Carmel|
Thank you so much for the photos of the Norris monument at the Mt Carmel Cemetery. Your efforts are much appreciated.
I have added a Find A Grave memorial for Mary Ann Norris (spouse of Joseph norris) now that I have her dod; and I have made a photo request for the monument. If you would, please claim the request and add the photo to it.
May I have your permission to grab the photo to use in my off site family tree?
Thanks again ...
Added by C Wilson on Aug 01, 2013 11:49 AM
|memento mori||RE: Howard Dawson 55952630|
Happy to be of service.
Added by memento mori on Jul 23, 2013 5:51 PM
I have linked Cyril to his parents.
Added by Ann on Jul 15, 2013 4:20 PM
|kc8mld||RE: Mabel Burkett/Edward Egge|
Glad to help. Also if you need to, this MiGenWeb is one of 50 sites attached to the USGenWeb project. Each state has it own link. If you have other states with burials that you are interested in you might go to USGenWeb.org (I believe) and then click on the state link. I will warn you though, some of the states don't have the tombstone photo project set up like Michigan's and they can be frustrating and hard to navigate. I have a lot of photos the the Michigan site and some of the other states, but I got so frustrated with the other states that I decided to go with the Find-a-Grave people. I eventually hope to move all of my stuff over to Find A Grave. Regards -mld-
Added by kc8mld on Jul 06, 2013 9:05 AM
|kc8mld||Mabel Burkett/Edward Egge|
I am trying to help you out with Mabel Burkette and Edward Egge but there may be multiple problems here.
First there are two Maplewood Cemeteries in Mackinac County. There is Maplewood Cemetery in Hudson Twp. and the Italian Maplewood Cemetery in Clark Twp.
I went to MiGenWeb.net and searched Mackinac County Cemeteries under the Photo Tombstone project. If you click on the name of a particular cemetery that is listed for the counties listed, it gives the list of who is buried in that cemetery.
Edward Egge is not listed in either the Maplewood Cemetery in Hudson Twp or the Italian Cemetery in Clark Twp. I am not saying that he is not buried there, just that he is not in the published records.
On Mabel's Memorial page you show the sign for the Italian Maplewood Cemetery in Clark Twp., however, she is listed among those buried in the Maplewood Cemetery in Hudson Twp.
I will try to get over to the Maplewood Cemetery in Hudson Twp and see if I can find her stone after first checking with the Hudson Twp Clerk.
It might not be soon, but I'll sincerely try to get there by summers end.
regards - mld
Added by kc8mld on Jul 04, 2013 8:00 PM
|richokeefe||Genoars at Mount Carmel|
How can I thank you enough for the great photos of the Genoar family monument, Charles & his wife Mae Ellen (who I did not know was buried next to him)and George & his wife Agnes. I updated my records and added Mae's F A G memorial and credited you in the photo caption for each photo you sent me. I really appreciate not only your photos but all the additional information you include.
Have a great day,
Added by richokeefe on May 03, 2013 5:47 AM
|Sandra Weber||Katherine Hebner|
Thank you for photographing the Katherine Hebner memorial. It is deeply appreciated.
Sandy and Dave Weber
Added by Sandra Weber on Apr 25, 2013 5:16 PM
|Kathy Salazar||Gordon Rose photo request|
Next to Gordon are two Roses:
Emma Rose memorial # 85500938
Kenneth Rose memorial # 85500967
Added by Kathy Salazar on Apr 15, 2013 7:11 AM
|DUVCW||RE: Thank you!|
Harley Holben-I took the photo yesterday-March 30. Had to wait until the snow was gone.
I would think that Velma is still alive.
Added by DUVCW on Mar 31, 2013 8:38 AM