I loved cemeteries ever since I was a child. I was mostly enthralled with stones dating back one hundred or more years. My most profound moment in life was when I accepted Jesus Christ as my Savior. No one said it would be easy but then again if it was easy it wouldn't be worth living the Christian life.
Christie Bunce Christine Bunce's maiden name was Currie. Her first marriage was to a man named Jackson. At one time widow Christine Jackson was a servant in the home of the Bunce family. Her sister Maria Currie was also a resident there. After Christine's marriage to Lefferts Bunce, they lived on the river in Marysville Michigan where the Detroit Edison plant was later built. Christine was a great-aunt to my wife's great-aunt Jennie McCartney, who I knew. Jennie documented this herself in a senior citizen's day speech she gave in 1986.
RE: Georgianna Denman Everett and Abbie are children of Guston/Gustin Boulay Stock and his wife Georgianna Victoria Denman Stock. They both died as children. Guston/Gustin was supposed to be in Grave 2 of Lot 281 in Block B. Yes, the maps are a bit confusing to say the least. It is interesting that big block headstone has no other information but the name 'G.B. Stock' on it.
Stock Family Photos Thank you for the pictures of the markers for George Boulay Stock and his wife Abigail Lamoureaux Stock!
I notice for Gustin Boulay Stock, the big headstone picture was placed, does that mean he did not have his own grave marker (as I understand his wife Georgianna Victoria Denman Stock did not have a marker, but now that I have seen your photos, it does make me wonder if she really did not have a marker.
Georgianna Denman Apparently someone had gone to the Lakeside Cemetery where I had requested a photo of Georgianna Denman, the day after you claimed the other requests for my family members there, and found out that the grave for Georgianna is unmarked. I am hoping the other family members' graves there do in fact have grave markers.
Earl Haughton #56299582 I gather that this man was your uncle. If you don't mind me asking, do you know which company he served with in the 292nd Engineers? The reason for my query is that my grandfather served in Company A of the 292nd, and I am curious. Thank you,
RE: Schlegelmann No sense removing it, thanks for letting me know. No harm done, I just claimed it because I live nearby, but I hadn't gone out looking or done any other work towards it. Keep up the good work.