|KAREN T (#47377279)|
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I have utilized the following sites to help in research:www.currentobituary.com,www.billiongraves.com, www.aod.org,www.american-cemeteries.com|
www.familysearch.org, www.ancestry.com, www.archives.com, http://mtclib.org/genealog.htm
Facebook has a great group called "Polish Genealogy" that can help too.
If you are seeking Sacramental Records, Burton Histortical Collection has them on microfilm for some ofthe closed Catholic Churches in metro Detroit.
Note: The Burton Historical Collection at the Detroit Public libary is the repository for the City of Detroit records. Per law, Detroit records were kept separate from Wayne County records.
If you are searching Polish last names or Eastern European names, remember they were gender specific, example:Balicki (male) Balicka (fem)
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|Destiny||Peter Burg Photo|
Sorry for the delay. I was sidelined by cancer treatment for awhile.
Thank you for taking the time to take the photo for me. I greatly appreciate it.
Added by Destiny on Jul 21, 2015 6:53 PM
Thank you for taking the photo of my nephew's head stone.
|caill||RE: Stanislaw Habel correction|
Thank you Karen ;) I'll let you know if I'll find further informations.
Added by caill on Jul 17, 2015 12:14 AM
|Little Blessings||RE: Latulip at Mt Olivet|
Thanks, for trying, not to surprised!
|Tom Duncan||RE: Pankau @ Resurrection in Michigan|
Thank you Karen. No, that's not necessary, I'm a genealogist working on this family for a client so I am not related.
|Gordon||Burg grave location|
Thanks Karen, every little bit helps.
Added by Gordon on Jul 06, 2015 6:48 PM
|Little Blessings||RE: Grave|
Even if there is a stone it could have moved next to another grave. Funny, they do not have a record that there was a stone to begin with. The whole thing is crazy! I am seriously thinking of being cremated the more I learn about the thieving at the cemeteries, destruction of headstones and mishandling at the cemeteries. I figure my kids can go to a beautiful spot and spread my ashes. They can take my spirit with them where ever they go in life.
|Little Blessings||RE: Grave|
I see: He is buried there, but the cemetery does not know if the family bought a headstone or not, because the cemetery has no record. You put in a work order to see if there is a headstone. Interesting! Who is paying for this digging?
|Gerard Brownstone||RE: Kyte Monroe|
Good find Karen and a good read !
Look up a person by the name of Kathy Hanson on here. She would be the person to contact for further information
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