|Pamela Cullen Matteson (#47007015)|
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My name is Pamela (Cullen) Matteson. I was born Feb. 17,1950. I am a resident of Davisburg, MI. I am formerly from East Syracuse,NY where I was born and raised. I graduated from ESM High School in 1968. I want to thank everyone who put flowers and memorials into my relatives Find a Grave sites. It is very meaningful to me. If I can ever do the same let me know. I am thankful for the people I have met in here and I hope they understand there were times I could not locate gravesites at the cemeteries I went to. I have recently lost my brother John Joseph Cullen to cancer on March 25,2010. He was 64. |
John SAUNTRY born 1830 wife Hannah Creedon born 1858,,Bridget Cody born abt. 1829 married to Thomas Cullen born abt. 1820. WINCHELL,CLARK,HILL,Sauntry, Cullen.
My husband's side are CLAMESH or Clemish, BATTICE,GUIBORD from Wisconsin. His mother Marjorie was a Chippewa Indian. MATTESON also of the Saulte Ste. Marie tribe of Chippewas.
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|Elton Ellis||RE: Winchell Line|
Looks like we may me long distance cousins. Robert Winchell (1608-1668) was my 10th Great Grandfather thru his son Divid Winchell (1643-1723), may 9th GGF and Christian Whinchell Owen (1673-1780), my 8th GGM.
|Jerry Coffman||Cullen Family|
Hi, I found you on Find-A-Grave showing you have an interest in the Cullen family because of your name. My wife has Cullen's in her family.
Her mother was Beulah C Cullen Bartlett 1902-1999
Hezekiah Cullen 1873-1957 and James Kiser Cullen 1835-1907 just to name a few.
Do any of these ring a bell? If so would like to share info/pictures.
|Forks Native||Josephine Klimczak - "The Girl In Blue"|
Pamela, Thank you for posting the story of Ms. Josephine Klimczak - "The Girl In Blue" on Find A Grave and the photographs. She may not have been known back then, in time, but she is known this day, thanks to your post, and the Press story to make the 60th anniversary of her untimely passing. ~ Sharron
No thanks required, but always appreciated. I know how important it is to remember the past. I truly enjoy reading many of the bios.
Blessings to you and your family.
|Linda Warman Sims||You are Welcome|
It was my honor to leave a flower for your brother. Brothers are so special, Linda Sims
|rose mcneal||RE: Kenneth John Cullen|
your welcome ms.pam...
|Earlene Cockrell, Wilson, Embry||RE: Kenneth John Cullen|
You are so welcome.
|Cathy Alton||RE: Sara Decker|
You're very welcome! Have a nice weekend.
I was very surprised to see your message.
Chalking is very useful to reveal data but I agree that one should be careful to wash the chalk from the stone after recording the information.
I will say that a good rainstorm usually removes most of the chalk (in my experience) but I think it looks much better to leave a stone in the natural state when I leave the cemetery.
So sorry that we differ on this subject.
Added by KKoch on Oct 06, 2014 7:13 PM
|Tom C.||RE: Egy's in White Chapel (DeWitt, NY)|
No problem! That is definitely the plot where the son is - so go ahead and update their memorials to have that as the plot - then it'll be so much easier to find their markers. Thanks again! Tom
Added by Tom C. on Sep 29, 2014 2:29 PM
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