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Still getting around on my artificial knee. Still working on Evergreen Cemetery in Lansing, Michigan. I will transfer sites to closer relatives or other interested parties. I am about four/fifths done with Evergreen and look forward to visiting other cemeteries more. |
I was born in Lansing and have lived here most of my life. My Lott ancestors came from Germany in the mid-1800's. There are a lot of Lotts in mid-Michigan that have been in the USA since before the Revolutionary War. Hence I am not related to them as far as I can tell. I have been playing around in genealogy since the mid-1980's.
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|Carolyn (Smith) Szafran||Frank Swarthout|
Thank you for the quick response to my edit request, I really appreciate it.
|Robert Longbottom # 46521199||Studebaker|
Thank you very much for the Studebaker transfers.
|Priscilla Parr||Edna Hatch Bailey|
Thanks for making the correction on her name so she can be found when searching for her.
|Melodye Whatley||RE: Robert Herrick gravestone|
I thank you for asking. Yes, that would be fine to use my photograph for your own records.
|Shelley Boring||RE: Picture|
|Shelley Boring||Headstone photo's|
My name is Shelley Boring and I am also on Ancestry.com. I want to know if I may use your headstone pic's in my burial info. I do credit site and source. If not, I understand.
|Theron & Helen Smith||Lydia Eifert|
In a conversation with Lois Eifert Holmes,a niece, she told us that the picture on Lydia Eifert's memorial #55700124 is not a picture of her. It is actually a picture of Lydia Eifert Wrook memorial #13021813 who is buried in the Maple Ridge Cemetery in Holt.
I looked up both on ancestry, and found the picture on the ancestry file of Mortz Eifert & Minnie Eifert.
If you could move it to the correct one it would help.
|Sharon Negraiff Ellis||Grave photos|
Is it permissable to use your marker photo's on my tree?
Thank you for your time & consideration
|Mert Alexander||Helen K. Brenke|
Helen K. Brenke was the second wife of Carl William Brenke. Her maiden name was Byra. She was first married to Sperry. She was my Step Grandmother. Mert Alexander
|Ruth Watkins (Pew) Jaynes||Elizabeth E. (Ewing) Woodhouse|
Thank you so much for the transfer of this memorial.
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