|M.E. Packard (#47258537)|
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I have always loved cemeteries, both for their aesthetic qualities and the infinite stories they contain about individuals, communities, and history as a whole.|
This site is a wonderful escape for me; I appreciate the way it combines art, history, and paying respects to the deceased.
I take photos here in Polk County, Florida, 99.99 percent of whom are not my relatives. If you find that I've added a memorial for your Floridian friend or family member, I'll be happy to transfer the memorial to you if you wish. I'm also able to add information and return to get photos of nearby graves, etc.
I depend on generous Find A Grave volunteers to take photos for my own relatives in cemeteries in Michigan, Ohio, New York, and throughout New England. Thank you, thank you to all those who have created memorials and added photos and information for my family members in faraway states.
Although it is not my sole reason for contributing to this site, genealogy is my passion. I love to help others; please contact me for more information about any of my primary families of research. I have volumes. Literally.
Packard, Beal, Ford, and Everett in Michigan, New York State, and Massachusetts.
Rudisill and Miller in Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Michigan.
Rushmore in New York State and Long Island, also in Michigan.
Allard, Ray, Tracy, and Bingham in Vermont and New Hampshire.
Cloyd, Woodmansee, Mutchner, and Swihart in Ohio. Also Mutchner in Maryland and Cloyd in Virginia.
Wolnowski, Kwiatkowsky, Wilkewitz, Kummer, Wobbrock, and Jaffke in Detroit, Michigan and Prussia/Germany.
Kruzynski and Lewandowski in Toledo and Detroit.
Foye, Leach, Casson, and McVey in Brooklyn, NYC.
Practically everyone in Massachusetts and Connecticut pre-1800.
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|Daniel Pletcher||Happy Thanksgiving|
I want to wish you a very happy Thanksgiving. I hope your day is filled with lots of good food and family. I also want to thank you for your kindness of flowers on my relatives memorials. It means alot to me.
|Mary R M Nunneley||Laura Mills Judy|
Have added her husband, Kossuth Judy. I believe his name to be "Lewis Kossuth Judy" but most records show him as L. Kossuth Judy or just Kossuth.
|Glenda "Linda" Knowlton||Odum Family|
Thanks for the tranfers!
|The Lady in Black||Albert & Selma Zippert @ Woodmere|
Added photos to their pages.
|Daniel Pletcher||August and Anna Wobrock|
I wanted to let you know that I have finally solved the mystery of my great great grandparents August and Anna Wobrock. They are buried in Sacred heart of Saint Mary cemetery in Detroit. I would like to say a final thank you to you for all of your work in my Wobrock line.
|Paul Sutton Kamalsky||RE: Thanks!|
You are most welcome, Mary! I am still working
on this cemetery until I have all perfect pics
|Jan J||RE: Frank Anderson SAC|
My apologies! I didn't even notice I had typed two different dates. The card read Nov 14, 1929, which would have been his burial date. Now I understand your request. Thanks!
Added by Jan J on Oct 08, 2013 4:20 PM
|Jan J||RE: Frank Anderson SAC|
I'm not sure how to clarify it. It was just the burial date on the card the office keeps on file. They don't record death date, only burial date. I may be able to get a copy of the card if that would help?
Added by Jan J on Oct 06, 2013 7:27 PM
|The Lady in Black||Gottfried & Eva Troeder @ Woodmere|
Posted photos to their pages.
Have a good day!
|Joann Geybels||RE: SAC Josephine Miller|
I have written Ellinda asking her to correct the error in the links on the Daughter and Son Miller memorials. I'm sorry I bothered you about this; I should have noticed that Ellinda was the person I needed to contact.
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