|Patricia Ibbotson||August Selesky|
Hi Jen - Just added August Selesky who died at Eloise, Michigan August 9, 1945, age 59. He was born in Michigan. He died of pulmonary tuberculosis.
Do you have any information on the history of the people burried at Mt. Olivet in Detroit. My grandfather's name was Felix Selewky (1894-1990)when he arrived in the US and I'm trying to track his father. His father, I'm told was Frank and believe he remairried a Miller around 1910-1920???? Does this ring any bells.
Added by Paul on Oct 22, 2010 5:54 PM
PLEASE PLACE FLOWERS ON "ARMENIAN GENOCIDE MEMORIAL"
PLEASE REMEMBER HIM!!!
Ethan Jonathan David Stacy
This sweet little boy died a horrific death at the hands of this mother and step-father.
This happened locally here in Utah. This poor little boy came to spend the summer with his mother (per divorce agreement). His father had no idea of what he was sending his little boy into.
Ethan's mother's boyfriend (not yet her husband) tortured this sweet little angel on a daily basis. Scaling him in hot water, beat him mercilessly, staved him, and locked him away in a confined space. He died from his abuse and neglect.
After his death his mother and step-father took his little body and mutilated it so that he could not be identified and then burned it before finally burying him up in the mountains.
We need to remember this poor little soul!!! No child should have to go through this and no child should be desecrated as little Ethan Stacy was.
I will be attending the trial of these two monsters.
Thank you for you consideration. And please tell your other Find A Grave friends.
|thetwinklesof myeyes||Oh! My!|
Miss Jen...you look so much like your grandmother!! She is truly beautiful.. also I loved the way you speak about her!! You gave me a smile as I was reading her memorial.......and YES I have the same question as the other person below me!! How do you do it with the frame!!
I just visited your memorial for Lorraine Jorgensen. I loved the photo and have an unrelated question for you. What progrsm do you use to add the frame and text to you photos? It turned out beautiful, not to mention how beautiful your grandmother looked in the photo.
Added by Kym☺ on Feb 06, 2008 4:06 AM