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Karen DaPra (#46799206)
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CarmasKid
Re: Sylvester Affholter memorial
I would be happy to add links and/or biographical information to his memorial. Deborah Affholter Connolly was one of my high school classmates. Her father is buried at St. Mary's. If this man is connected to them, I would rather hold on to the memorial unless she wants it.

Sincerely,
CarmasKid
Added by CarmasKid on Jul 01, 2015 10:25 PM
Stoneseeker23
Michigan Memorial Park
Hi Karen, Just doing a little "site seeing" through MMP, I noticed you input your memorials with the locations, are you near MMP to take photo? I love to go out there to take photos, and I would love to add your memorial listings to my photo list,Please let me know,Thank you Suzanne, Stoneseeker23@yahoo.com
Added by Stoneseeker23 on Jun 16, 2015 12:30 PM
A Butterfly
Sarah & Charles Cable
Thank you for the lovely photos of their marker. The family is most appreciative.
Added by A Butterfly on May 28, 2015 8:29 AM
Paul Rolfe
Gertrude Smith
Thank you very much for providing the info on G'ma Trudy. Richard is my Mother's Father. I would love to hear from you and learn any more information you have about Trudy - my parents and I loved her dearly. I remember visiting them in Wyoming.
Added by Paul Rolfe on Apr 27, 2015 9:15 AM
Paul Rolfe
Kitora Smith
Kitora is my maternal GGrandmother. Thank you so much for adding this link.
Added by Paul Rolfe on Apr 01, 2015 11:09 AM
Barbara Hunter-Holmes
Charles William Berndt, Jr # 12201001
Hi Karen,

I'd like your permission to use the photo of Charles' DC for my Ancestry family tree.

It doesn't come up in the Library of Michigan site so I was happy to see you located it. It's always sad to find the young ones, and when they die as he did, even sadder.

The Berndt families are very distant relatives through various marriages, to my brother-in-law's family.

Thank you for your hard work and for your consideration.

Barbara
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Added by Barbara Hunter-Holmes on Mar 18, 2015 8:16 PM
Sue Lapp
Thanks
Added by Sue Lapp on Mar 18, 2015 3:39 PM
Linda S
Mary Edith Richards Sweat
Thank you so much for the photo of Mary Edith's headstone, I appreciate it very much
Added by Linda S on Mar 18, 2015 11:57 AM
Michele Bender
Hello fellow family genealogist
Hi Karen! I have tried many ways to get in touch with you. Hoping this will do the trick. :-) I look forward to hearing back from you.
Added by Michele Bender on Mar 17, 2015 9:58 AM
Emily Morris
John B. Henton #51905973
Hello, The John Branner Henton that you have attached as the son of Thomas Henton and Christina Branner is their grandchild, who is the son of their son Cassius. Thomas and Christina did have a son John B. Henton who was born in 1786 in Shenendoah County, Virginia. He married Mary "Polly" Martin on the 30th of July, 1815 in Woodford County, Ketucky. The family had several children and lived in Shelby and then Davies County, Kentucky. In the 1850 cenus they are living in Henderson County. I don't have the names of all their children. I do have four of them including my 2nd Great Grandmother, Mary Catherine, who was born in October, 1829 in Davies County. I have not been able to find John and Polly in the 1860 census. I have a death date for John of 20th of July, 1869 if I recall in Davies County. I got this date from a cousin whose mother had done research many years ago. They never could find Polly. I did find her in the 1870 cenus living with her daughter, Julia Wade, in Albion, Edwards County, Illinois. She was 77 years old and I am assuming she died in Illinois, but I couldn't find a death record for her so I don't know for certain. Also, the name is spelled Hinton on the census in 1870, but her marriage record has Henton, and later census records has both too. Mary Catherine spelled it Hinton. She is buried in Woods County, Oklahoma and married Jacob Israel Baker in Muhlenburg County. I would love to find where John and Polly are buried. John's middle initial is B. and I don't know if it stands for Branner which seems likely. Some other's had Boone, so I don't know. If anyone knows about John and Polly please get in touch with me, but the John Henton # 51905973 needs to be removed as the son of Thomas and Christina.
Added by Emily Morris on Mar 16, 2015 12:28 PM
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