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Your tombstone stands among the rest,
neglected and alone.
The name and date are chiseled out
on polished marble stone.
It is too late to mourn.
You did not know that I exist.
You died and I was born.
Yet each of us are cells of you,
in flesh, in blood, in bone.
Our blood contracts and beats a pulse,
entirely not our own.
Dear Ancestor, the place you filled,
so many years ago,
Spreads out among the ones you left,
who would have loved you so.
I wonder if you lived and loved,
I wonder if you knew,
That someday I would find this spot,
And come to visit you.
AUTHOR- Walter Butler Palmer (1868-1932)
I am happy to honor transfer requests unless it is my family member. Please state your reason for requesting the transfer & what relationship you have to the person whose memorial you are requesting.
PLEASE NOTE: All photos taken by me and posted to this site are copyright by me. It is against Find A Grave rules (and COPYRIGHT Law) to copy pictures which are not taken by you. Just because something is on the internet DOES NOT MEAN YOU ARE FREE TO COPY AND POST ON OTHER SITES, OR THAT IT IS WITHOUT COPYRIGHT!! When I post a photo, I do so in order to help others discover their ancestors, however this does not mean that I am giving up my legal rights to these photos.
I am happy to allow personal use of my photos, as long as the use is not-for-profit and not posted elsewhere on for-profit internet sites. When using one of my photos, please give credit to me (photo taken by...). Please contact me if you would like permission to use my photos in any other way than listed above. Thanks
Please do not move a burial unknown memorial into a cemetery where I already placed a memorial and tell me I have to remove my "duplicate" memorial. The site rules clearly differentiate between burial unknown memorials and memorials that were placed in a cemetery correctly. For more information on the complete Find A Grave duplicate memorial rules please see the article Find A Grave Duplicate Policies From the Site FAQs
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|Shirley Hoard||RE: Hayost, Patrick|
I hope this will take you to the Saint Mary cemetery.
|Shirley Hoard||RE: Hayost, Patrick|
Go to cemetery search and put in Saint Mary don't put the s on the end. It should come up. I'm sorry to hear of your loss. I'll say a prayer for you and your family.
|Shirley Hoard||Hayost, Patrick|
I found a problem with Patrick. You have him in the Saint Marys cemetery in Carsonville he is in the Saint Mary cemetery in Sanilac County. I hope this helps.
|Genfem||Lillian Walters Swihart|
Hello Anne, I am updating a family history Berkebile Families in America (6th edition)of which Lillian Walters Swihart is a descendant (2nd wife of Steward D Swihart.) You posted a picture of her on her memorial in the Oak Lawn cem, Sturgis, St Joseph, Michigan may I include it in the book?
You would of course given credit for it
Added by Genfem on Dec 18, 2014 3:06 PM
|Larry Smith||Thanks for transfers|
Anne: Thanks so much for the Sanderson transfers...Larry
|Larry Smith||Transfer Request|
Could you please transfer the two following memorials to me. I am Larry Smith, Find A Grave #47383657.
The memorials are:
1) James Sanderson, Find A Grave #124723310 and his wife
2) Mary E. (Sanderson) McGinn, Find A Grave #125197128.
Both James and Mary E. are buried in Oak Lawn Cemetery, Sturgis, MI.
Mary E. (Sanderson) McGinn was my greatgrandmother's sister. James McGinn was her 2nd husband.
I would much appreciate these transfers. Thanks,, Larry
|Janet Personette||Photo request in Silverbrook.|
According to Friends of Silverbrook, Della and Cyrus are listed in New-54,1 and 5. I went Sunday to take photos, but they don't seem to have markers for them. If you email me at my address I will send all the photos that I took for your personal research. Jan
|K M||Oak Lawn Cemetery|
Thank you for the photo.
Added by K M on Dec 14, 2014 6:10 AM
|Linda Carr||Ilene Kime|
Thank you for the photo, Anne. It's much appreciated. Have a good day. :)
|Tom Boughan||John AE Boughan|
Anne, you got White Pigeon Cemetery, White Pigeon, MI, St. Joseph County a John AE Boughan. It should read Jong Ae Boughan. I know because ehe was my mother. Tom Boughan
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