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Your tombstone stands among the rest;|
Neglected and alone.
The name and date are chiseled out
On polished, marbled stone.
It reaches out to all who care
It is too late to mourn.
You did not know that I exist
You died and I was born.
Yet each of us are cells of you
In flesh, in blood, in bone.
Our blood contracts and beats a pulse
Entirely not our own.
Dear Ancestor, the place you filled
One hundred years ago
Spreads out among the ones you left
Who would have loved you so.
I wonder if you lived and loved,
I wonder if you knew
That someday I would find this spot,
And come to visit you.
~ Author unknown
We have been researching for a couple decades. Families: Buckmaster, Patterson, Wollam, all variations of Teatsorth, Falk/Faulk, Johnson, Lee, Collier, Eschbarger, Orr, Brinton, Thomas, Grau, Hyde, Case, all variations of Brandeberry, Richcrick (Reichenbach), Slote, Balken, Ulmstead, Flower, Dick, Graham, Hyatt, and many more.
Also a focus on those who have fought for and kept us free ~ our American veterans. We have a virtual cemetery for these units: 31st and 49th Ohio Infantry who fought during the Civil War.
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|C Bozeman||William Horton|
duplicate eliminated...many thanks!
|Jeremy Ball||RE: Ellen McLeay|
You're very welcome!
I sent Tammy a note. I ask her to check and see how many she has duplicated in Star Cemetery. I hope she will take my advice as I meant it. We all have to learn how to use Find A Grave so that it will be an enjoyable place to do research. One memorial per person is enough. I did find that Tammy has pictures in Bellaire that have been laced in Mancelona by mistake. By taking a picture in a cemetery it is fairly well accepted that the memorial belongs there also. Thank you for putting your message to me is such kind words. Mary
|Mary Briggs||Sheila Bigger|
Yes, I mix my letter up also. See Last note. Mary
|Mary Briggs||Shelia Bigger|
Hi, I want you to know that I know Tammy's memorial of Shelia Bigger is the duplicate. I don't know why she isn't checking to see if there is a memorial in place. She has added a lot of information and I hope that you can work together to fix this problem. Mary
|Dee Ferris||Benjamin Ferris|
You took a very beautiful photo of a Revolutionary soldier marker for Benjamin Ferris. Unfortunately it was placed on the wrong memorial. It's on memorial #12790904 for Benjamin Ferris (1808-1874). It should be on memorial #81418630 Benjamin Ferris (1732-1832). I wondered if you'd mind removing your photo from the first memorial and placing it on the correct one? I'd appreciate it so much. Thanks for such a great picture!
|Janet Muff||RE: re: your message about Aaron Orr's wife|
You've got the wrong Aaron and the wrong Charlotte.
I sent you a message linked to Nelson Orr
At the time I sent this message, his wife Charlotte (1846-1926)
was linked to Aaron Orr, 50 years her senior.
I see now that you've unlinked them. So, I will send you a direct edit asking you to link Charlotte to her husband Nelson.
Meanwhile, you will see Nelson and Charlotte together in the 1870, 1880, 1900, and 1920 census records.
Evergreen Hill Cemetery is located on Yuill Rd. I sent you a message because you had taken some photos for the cem. I thought you were near it. No Reuben is not listed. I have looked for other references to Evergreen cem. to see if he is listed and I haven''t found him. The information I have came from his death certificate. It says he is buried in Vanderbilt in Corinth twp. When I researched Evergreen was the only cem. I found. I have searched for Rueben for a long time. The rest of his family all lived and died in Detroit. Yet I couldn't find him. On his death cert. it said he was a woodsman. It gave no info on his family or even his age, only when he died. So I'm thinking if he is in evergreen he would be one of them graves that may have very little information? I don't know if any of this helps but its what I know.
Added by Kimberly on May 31, 2014 9:23 AM
I have information that a family member is suppose to be buried in Evergreen Hill cem. His name is Reuben H. Meyer. He died June 27th 1901. He was born in 1848/49. I do not know much more than that. I was hoping you could look for him for me and let me know if he is there. Thank you.
Added by Kimberly on May 30, 2014 6:33 PM
I have sent some automatic updates and they have not yet been completed. It is a relatively new way to update and perhaps you are unfamiliar with it. The tab is on your profile page in the upper right hand corner. It reads "Edits."
Thank you in advance,
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