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At present, the memorials that I create or manage are for relatives or friends, and others that are somehow connected to them.
(Last updated December 2016)
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|Bobby Davis||Tanner Family|
I have came across you memorial for Peter Tanner b. 1775. I believe I am a descendant of his.
|Judith D||RE: Robinson burials|
Glad to help. I find the cemetery.grcity.us site to be reasonably accurate for all the Grand Rapids city cemeteries. Although there are numerous spelling problems! :-)
I've entered most of the records for Greenwood and Woodland and try to watch over those cemeteries. Glad we were able to resolve this one so easily, Judi
Added by Judith D on Jun 05, 2016 5:48 AM
Transfers received. Thanks Joe for all your work getting this picture all straightened out, and for the transfers.
|Shirley||RE: Fannie Olney Memorial|
Great! Thanks for adding the information.
Added by Shirley on Mar 03, 2016 9:14 PM
|Shirley||Fanny Olney Memorial|
I transferred the memorial to you. Have a great day.
Added by Shirley on Mar 03, 2016 1:51 PM
|Joseph Emperly||Joseph Lawrence Lewis|
Good Day Sir! Looking into some information you posted on this individual. You have posted that he was married in 1921—He married Maye Henderson-Thompson in Lebanon, IN. How did you come about that information?
|T McGuire||John and Verna Daly|
Unexpectedly... Thank you.
|Pam Cairns Palmer||Samuel Stuart|
Find A Grave Memorial# 31794652. I added his obituary to his memorial. Please feel free to copy it to your family tree. The obituary is from a group of obituaries that I recently copied at the Eddyville Library.
I am about to add a photo to Susan Reeder's memorial page, but I'm afraid that it doesn't add any information for you. There is a family Reeder stone, but the only engraving is on the side for a Martha Reeder. I've added Martha to Find A Grave but don't know how she fits into the family. Also, her birth year could be either 1888 or 1883. It's really hard to decipher. The Reeder Family stone has two stones on either side, one that clearly says Mother and the other one that may have read Father but is now irreparably broken. Martin's new Civil War marker is directly in front of that broken stone. Sorry this won't be very helpful to you.
Added by JSOrorke on Oct 01, 2015 8:08 AM
Thanks for the information! The Omaha Bee was terrible about misspelling last names. Her memorial is updated now.
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