|May you be blessed with love & flowers-Phyllis (#46533049)|
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My husband, Mack Junior Foster, passed away in June 17, 2003. We would have been married for 25 years on Sept. 2, 2003. We have a son from our marriage and I have a son from a previous relationship. |
I have been searching for my grandfather, Alexander George Mikedis. I have found out that he is buried in Jacksonville, Florida.
So if anyone else is searching for any Mikedis's please contact me. I would love to find someone else who might be interested in the Mikedis name.
My dad always wanted to find out about his father, but he was never able to find out about him, so even thou my dad is dead, I am still his mouth piece.
NOTE: I receive many e-mails for the flowers that I add to the Memorial Site for other loved ones on FindAGrave site.
People wonder if I know them. I tell them "no", that I just enjoy adding flowers to others loved ones.
I love adding "flowers" to FindAGrave.
This is a great hobby to have.
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|William Lapeer||RE: Helen Christine Lapeer|
|William Lapeer||Helen Christine Lapeer|
Hi this is my mother. I would like to link her with her Parents, John E Hooper and Annie V Hooper who are buried at the Tyler Road Cem. Could you transfer this record to me? Thanks
|Robin Bradford||Percy E Jarrell|
Would you consider linking Percy to his mother and father?
His father is Wood Jarrell ID #106899883
His mother is Rusha Jarrell ID #109054348
Thanks so much Phillis...You made my Day
|Linda Monticelli||RE: Ruth Churcher|
Thank you very much. Linda
|Doris Aliff||RE: Lewis Bowe|
Thank you so much.
|Doris Aliff||Lewis Bowe|
I have posted the picture to your entry and remvoed mine.
|Angela Follett Nolan||RE: Keeney Cemetery Monroe, MI|
May I ask, how did you find the photo?
|Angela Follett Nolan||Keeney Cemetery Monroe, MI|
I am looking to visit the Keeney Cemetery in Monroe, MI with my children today to honor an ancestor that served in the War of 1812. I can't tell if this is a public cemetery from the address, map photo or gps coordinates. Could you possibly tell me if there is public access to this location?
Recheck the cemetery listing for the burial. It might need to be in
with all the other ones.
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