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I'm placing these Memorials on here for our Ancestor's so they are not forgotten about. It's only right to remember them. For without them we wouldn't be here today. We must not take our Ancestor's for granted. 99% of the Memorial's that I added on here are for people who were related to me in one way or another. Plus these are on here for living Family Members to find and visit. And these Memorials will be here for future Generations to find also. Because I don't want all the years of Genealogy Research to end up being lost to history. I know other's are interested in this also. And I'm sure there will be someone who is trying to find out their roots. Part of the Family Tree is here. All information on Memorial's is taken straight from the Family Tree. Anybody interested in communicating with me, and any questions about the Family History please contact me. I'd be happy to hear from you.|
My 4 Grand Parent's were Leon Clyde Howland & Versia Eugenia [Spicer] Howland. And Howard Moore Russell & Henrietta Jean [Robart] Russell.
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=103631600 = Leon's Memorial
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=103634450 = Versia's Memorial
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=35392062 = Howard's Memorial
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=35392037 = Henrietta's Memorial
Also I want to let everyone know that I am frequently updating the Memorials that I post on here. So any Memorials that presently have UNKNOWN BURIAL INFORMATION on them eventually I find that information and I add it to the Memorials. Sometimes it takes a lot more work than other times to track down the locations of the burials so please be patient. If you happen to know the locations of any of the burials please let me know. I'd be happy to have your help in this endeavor.
Thank you ! Have a nice day !
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|Roger Barna||RE: Lee Ira Watt|
I thought I'd answered your question on where Lee died, but I can't find a copy of my reply on the Find A Grave website. Anyway, he died in Pittsburgh. His occupation was printer.
Are you descended from one of Stephen's children?
Hello Nathan! I saw your question on Jeannie's page and since I live near Mt. Pleasant I was intrigued by your question about Christopher Crummel.
I found his death certificate on www.seekingmichigan.org and it lists his name as Christian C. Crummel and states that he was born Aug. 2, 1841 in Ohio and died February 7, 1907 in Isabella Township, Isabella County, Michigan. It also states he was buried in a cemetery in Rosebush, Michigan.
There are three main possibilities for his burial place - if he was Catholic he may be in St. Henry's Cemetery in Rosebush. He could also be in one of two township cemeteries - Isabella Township Cemetery or Woodland Cemetery.
His death certificate also states he was the father of 17 children, 12 still living in 1907!
Hope that information helps! And if he is not already on this site under one of those three cemeteries I'd be glad to go looking for him!
|Roger Barna||RE: Lee Ira Watt|
Yes, he died in Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, PA.
|Jeanie Brown||Josephine Smith|
Just found a Cemetery Record that states Josephine L. Smith died 31 Jan 1912 aged 48 years. Just another verification.
|Jeanie Brown||RE: Hi Jeanie !|
Glad you approve the pics.
I use an off site storage/photo program called PICASA.
They have a retouch feature that allows light adjustment and restoration. There is also a verbiage feature that allows you to write on the photos.
It is free online - I've used it for years and haven't found anything I like better.
Often, and I've experienced this, a 'graver' just goes out to a cemetery, finds the stone and snaps a photo. Doesn't matter what environment the stone is in, nor the condition of the stone. I've been active in 'graving' just since April, but I try to treat each trip as though it were my own research.
I clean the stone when necessary [always carry a milk jug of water] and use a brush to get rid of algae, moss etc. - pull the grass/weeds around the stone - no one likes to see a family marker uncared for.
Getting shots of 'neighbors' helps orient the location of the grave when Plot-Lot are not known. It also, often, leads to related graves of different surnames.
Writing on the photo instead of just adding a label to the bottom [which is not transferred when you share]helps others identify the pic. When you cut and paste, that writing stays with the photo.
Wish you well in your research.
|Ken Robart||Hi Nate! RE: Hi Ken !|
Nate: French Robarts, eh?! So far I have traced my Robart line back to New Jersey in the 1600s. I expect them to have immigrated from England or Holland.
I am Kenneth Robart, son of
Robert Kay Robart, son of
Marvin Karl Robart, son of
Carl John Robart, son of
John Croy Robart, son of
James English Robart, son of
My research indicates John Robart and his wife, Amelia (English) Robart were from New Jersey as was their son, James English Robart. J.E. Robart moved to Ohio. His son, John Croy Robart, eventually moved to Olive Township, Ottawa County, MI.
Right now I'm concentrating on finding second and third generation aunts, uncles, and the like. I have lots of Johns, Roberts, and Franks, so I've been trolling find a grave for any possible links and trying to line up dates. Doesn't appear our lines cross until back in Europe.
Was glad to hear from you.
|Ken Robart||Wesley & Viona Robart|
I found this census record which you may find of interest at the CJC/LDS familysearch.org: https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/K415-F12
It shows Wes & Viona and other children.
|Rootsrcher||RE: Thank you !|
Going to Union cemetery in Aug is there others you want. I also have all of their records, Give me a list and I will see what I can find, when I have time.
|Michelle Hinton Mayle||RE: Hi Michelle !|
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