|Zahava bat Moshe ha Levi (#47352246)|
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I was fortunate to grow up in the home of Hazel Taggart Cory and her husband, Charles Russell Cory, Sr. in San Diego. It was wonderful that we all shared a love for the state of Michigan, where they lived for many years, and where I was born. |
Her side's surnames are: Tuttle, Taggart, Javens, Weaver, Jewell, Broad, Edwards, Bynon, Allen, Chase, Burrows, Browning, Lane, Mathews, and many others. Her Tuttle line is from William Tuttle who came on the ship, Planter. The family is from Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and Portage, Meigs, and Stark Counties in Ohio. The greatest concentration of family was in the Palmyra, Alliance, and Braceville, Ohio areas.
"Russell" Cory's family surnames are Margraff, Miller, Shupp, Davis, Ives, Potter, Bretz, Lemert, and many others. The family is from Seneca and Crawford Counties in Ohio, and originates from the New York and New Jersey Corys.
My family is from eastern Europe, and I am second generation. My family names are Newman, Spatzner, Reichman, Zapisotsky, Brenner, Gutman, Shlakman, Kupershlak, Pustilnik, Ungar, Kleyman, Corman, and Garber.
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|The Lady in Black||Taggart family @ Woodmere|
I was wandering around in the Allendale section (where many of my family are buried) and came across the Taggarts. I took some photos, but saw yours and read of your personal connections to the family. It was heartbreaking to read of how Charles Jr. died. I left tokens for them. The stones look much they did in your photos.
Just wanted to let you know.
|Katie Leonard||RE: Peter Irwin Goldberg|
You're very welcome! It is in a beautiful cemetery and you can rest assured that it will be taken good care of. Most all of the stones in this HUGE cemetery are in VERY good shape. Peter's is in the very front, so I am sure that they clean and maintain it often. He is in a plot with a few other Goldbergs... I will be back at this cemetery this weekend and will take more pictures for you, maybe they are other family members that you would like to have pictures of.
|Steve||RE: Reverend Joseph H. Tuttle ID 65815471|
Tuttle is one of 12 veterans buried in the GAR plot for whom we do not have the grave number. The Sons of Union Veterans installed a plaque at the cemetery this morning for dedication on Memorial Day that includes Tuttle's name. I attached a photo of the plaque to his memorial, if you would like to see it. Steve
Added by Steve on May 23, 2012 4:06 PM
|Michael Harrington||David Holzman|
I have transfered David unto your care. I would also like to know if I may have your permission to add you to my "Friends" list?
If there is anything else I can do please let me know.
|dhintx||RE: Dulcie M. Margraff|
Got interrupted before I could get them all done.
Added by dhintx on Sep 13, 2011 4:33 PM
|karine roudiere-lange||Spatzner family|
Shalom from France!
I'm doing research on my mother's family. My grand-Father was Mendel Spatzner from Rawa Ruska, just like Rivka. Do you have information about the Spatzner family? Thank you very much for your answer.
|Bill McGroom||Beatrice Parker|
You are more than welcome. I think I also added a picture of her husbands stone
|Sally K. Green||RE: Alan Simon|
You are very welcome. It is a beautiful marker and was easy to find.
|Michael Taylor||Louis Landers Photo|
Thanks so much for the kind words. It was certainly my pleasure. My older brother taught me to drive a stick shift in a graded, but undeveloped dirt lot next to the parking lot at Samuel F. B. Morse Senior High School (where Louis was a teacher) back when the school was new in the early 1960s. Go Tigers!
|William R Downer||RE: Jack Sherman (Shlakman)|
You are very welcome. I enjoy taking them and most of all, at Great Lakes.
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