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My interest in genealogy and appreciation of cemeteries came from my maternal grandmother. I belong to the Society of Mayflower Descendants through her ancestors. These ancestors, to date, are Henry Samson (and the aunt who raised him, Ann Cooper Tilley, who had no children of her own), Edward Fuller, James Chilton and his daughter Mary (who married John Winslow), and Richard Warren. More to come, possibly.|
I thought Grandma's genealogy was well researched and documented, but I only knew a fraction of it.
Very little is known about Grandpa's ancestry and that continues to be the challenge. His Bunting and Murphy ancestry, however, is known and documented in Livingston and Washtenaw County MI.
I have met many friends and relatives in the process of unraveling my family's past, and it's become a terrific hobby. I don't know what I did in my spare time before.
Some of the names I research are Gardner, Bunting, Murphy, Sprout, Damon, Scovill, Collins, Reed, Hinchey, Lassen, and last but not least, Rasmussen.
Good luck in all your genealogy travels.
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|Kathleen Fleury Bilbrey||hi|
your very welcome
|James Bianco||Mary "Polly" Henshaw|
Thank you for the correction and the correct dates, I have adjusted the info on her memorial. My photo is hard to read and the error was likely as a result. Jim
|J Fearing||RE: Judy Boie|
Your welcome. My pleasure, I knew right where it was so it only took me like 2 minutes. I knew her son Scott, back in the 80's I did daycare for him and his wife's children until they moved from here. I just got into genealogy about a year and a half ago and find it so fascinating. Thought if I could help out Find A Grave by taking photos then it would also help others with their research as well. J Fearing
|Phil Carpenter||RE: Otis and Georgia Webb|
You are very welcome. I'm glad I was able to be of help.
|Woolsox||RE: Rob Gardner-Forest Lawn|
You are welcome, did you notice birth year on marker?
Added by Woolsox on Aug 24, 2014 7:01 PM
|Warren Coon||Lapeer State Home Cemetery|
Lapeer State Home Cemetery
Name: Lapeer State Home Cemetery
County: Lapeer, Michigan, U.S.A.
U.S. Board on Geographic Names ID: 2575791
Lapeer State Home Cemetery is located at:
Latitude 43.0438889 North,
Longitude 83.3402778 West,
Elevation 254 meters above sea level, in Lapeer County, Michigan, U.S.A.
Sometimes the street addresses given by Google Maps are approximate.
Source: U.S. Board on Geographic Names.
If this name is incorrect or outdated, help them update their data:
U.S. Board on Geographic Names.
(Or the institution may write to them on official letterhead.)
|Beckie Howe||RE: Hincheys in Cherry Creek|
Raleigh, The only Hinche stones in Plot 43 were Azariah and Joseph, but there was enough space between them for the graves of Deborah, Rebecca and Salomon. I'm sorry the stones weren't there.
|arrowkeeper||RE: George W. Scoville|
You are very welcome. I am so glad to be of some help.
|djd25||RE: Sally R. Sprout-Alexander Cemetery|
I looked around for other Sprouts in this cemetery, but did not see any. Of course, I may have overlooked them too!
Added by djd25 on May 25, 2014 12:26 PM
|Afire25||RE: Grace Poole Gilchrist Hill-Pinckney|
Let me look again if you search the city of pinckney cemetery they have her grave listed and plot number. I didn't have time for someone to take me there. I searched the section she was supposed to be in. There is a section with Poole names in it. I was really looking for Hill. Maybe she is with the other poole's
Added by Afire25 on May 24, 2014 6:35 PM
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