|The Lady in Black (#46487656)|
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I have been dealing with health issues, and I am trying to catch up. Please be patient. I have done some graving lately, but am still posting what photos I have left from last year, and there are lots of them. Many thanks!
Been "graving" for over 40 years...
REMEMBER: Just because a picture is on the Internet doesn't mean you are entitled to it!
Also, when requesting transfers, submitting corrections, etc., please use the EDIT tab in the upper right hand corner of the memorial. That way, I get all the links and can do them easily. If requesting a transfer, PLEASE state the relationship to the person you are requesting. I am related to many of the people for whom I created memorials, and I need to know this. Also, do not post correction or transfer requests on my page here--I probably won't see them, as I get many messages a day--and the EDIT tab is the correct procedure to use. Thanks in advance.
Please visit the memorial for my brother-in-law, who passed away suddenly on January 21, 2011 at the age of 54:
Thank you for your kindness.
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|Anne042068||RE: Just a tip...|
I DO prefer to use all upper case lettering in the surnames- I do this on my tree on Ancestry too. It helps keep surnames separate from other names. I did not find the place on the "help with Find A Grave" that you referenced re format for naming on memorials.
Also, your photo on the Guy and Bertha Dulla memorials is great- I haven't been to the grave site yet, so very likely your photo is as legible as it can be. Often people take photos and post them even if (with a little effort)the photos could be a lot more legible. I usually can improve them. It sounds like you take the time to do some of that yourself, so you are the exception...thanks.
|4th Michigan Infantry||Isiah Stevenson|
Thank you for posting the headstone photos for Isiah Stevenson. The date of birth and death given on the stone, I believe are mistaken though. I have his date of birth from a note written in his own handwriting in my personal collection. The date of death was recorded in his military records file from the National Archives in Washington ,D.C. The next time that I go to Woodmere, I will check their records to see what they have for the sake of accuracy. Thank you for your contribution to the Find-A-Grave community.
|Anne042068||RE: Guy and Bertha Dulla @ Woodmere|
Thank you for posting the photos of Guy and Bertha's Dulla's gravestone. I'm wondering if you'd be willing to email me the first one posted (with the lettering)- I could make the words more legible, return it to you to repost. I really appreciate legible photos, and this one is not as legible as I think it could be. I had planned on visiting this grave next time I visit Michigan and had planned to photograph the memorial myself then. But if you'd be so kind as to send your photo to me to work on contrast, I'd return it to you to repost. Hope that is OK. Please send to firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you.
Anne in Wisconsin
|Barbara Fletcher Ledbetter||RE: Briscoes @ Woodmere in Detroit|
Hello, and thank you for offering to transfer Edward Janvier Briscoe's memorial to me. I don't have Edward in my family tree and have no idea how he might be related to the Briscoes who are in my tree. Because Edward and Frances (Briscoe) Brow have the same middle name, I'm sure you're right about there being a connection between them. I have a feeling Janvier is a family name, perhaps a grandmother's/great-grandmother's maiden name. I see that Edward was considerably younger than Frances, but his father William was just a few years older, so it's possible that William and Frances were cousins.
I really have not done much research on the Briscoe family because I'm not related to them. Frances Janvier Briscoe married into the Brow family (my mother's family). The only reason I created memorials was because a cousin in Michigan helped me with some research and went to Woodmere to take pictures of Brow gravestones. She knew of the Briscoe connection and also took pictures of some of those gravestones.
Thanks so much for the photos of the headstones. I really appreciate it!
|Dana ||Woodmere, Berns, Beth El, Lot #29|
I am interested in any information about the names of ALL individuals buried at Woodmere in Detroit in the Beth El, Lot #29. Is it only Bernard and Caroline Levy or are other family members buried there. Bernard and Caroline are my husbands grand parents. Any additional information would be greatly appreciated. We live in Hawaii so we can't do the investigating ourselves.
Thank you, Dana Goldenson
Added by Dana on May 10, 2013 11:55 PM
|M.E. Packard||RE: William Mortzfeld @ Woodmere|
I don't think I ever thanked you for this, thank you, again for everything you do for me and many others at Woodmere :). You are very much appreciated.
|Chris ||Wilhelmine Klatta|
Hi: Thanks for the picture. I made a note of the spelling Wilhelmina on her gravestone. It was Wilhelmine in German (and as you know the A and E thing drives me crazy). I'll be headed to Michigan soon...
Added by Chris on May 08, 2013 9:33 AM
|Allison Ferris Pierce||Packards|
Thank you for your kindness with the transfers! Take care.
|Patty Paterson||Ida Schuhardt|
Thanks once again for finding and photographing these graves for me. I sincerely appreciate all your efforts!!
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