|Glenn Geirland (#40342511)|
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I am trying to put in as many records as I can find.|
Have been getting some good feed back and a lot of thank
you's, just helping someone find an ancestry is worth
it all. I have a lot of pictures I have been working with the Clinton County Cemetery Restoration Project for the last 7 years we are a group of guys that repair the stones and straiten and level them we are volunteers and work one day a week on Weds for four hours May thu Oct. most of the guys are in there 70s. more volumteers are welcome We will be working in Maple Grove Ovid Clinton Co, Mi.next year
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|Phyllis Hock-Mudd||Kenneth and Ada McGill|
Glenn Thank you so much for getting the gravestone photo! I do appreciate the work you do!
Phyllis Hock-Mudd 48187136
|janealogy50||Thanks again, Glenn...|
...for the transfer of the memorial for Elder John W. Williams of Barry County, Michigan. You are much appreciated.
|Melanie Rutherford||Kvalevog in Michigan... previously North Dakota|
Do you have any additional information on Henry Thomas Kvalevog's memorial? Perhaps other Kvalevog relatives buried nearby? He was a great uncle... and I am looking for the graevsites of his family... Memorial #22250538
|Chuck Brandon||Barbara Brandon|
Thank you for the transfer. Chuck Brandon.
|Mike N||Gertrude Riley (Ithaca MI)|
Thank you for the photo! She is my gg-grandmother!
Added by Mike N on May 15, 2013 10:12 PM
|Judith C Morris||Maria Morris Whitney|
Would appreciate it if you would either transfer management of Maria Morris Whitney's memorial in Reed Cemetery, Clinton Co., Michigan to me (she was my husband's great aunt) or link her memorial to her father's, John Morris, memorial #23081061. Thanks!
|Chuck Brandon||Barbara Jeanne (VanDeMoortel) Brandon|
Thank You For Adding the Birth & Death info. for me. Would you consider a transfer? (Barb is my Wife)#48691017 Thanks Again, Chuck Brandon Member #48002728
|janealogy50||Thanks for Transfer!|
Thank you, Glenn, for the transfer of the memorial for Martha Williams (Martha Knapp Williams) to me. She is buried in Barry, Michigan. I promise to care for her memorial.
|Brenda Ozog||Emil Johnson D 1935 Lakeview Cemetery|
Could you add this obituary?
Emil Johnson, 75, pioneer resident of Manistique, died early Monday morning at his home, 121 South Heagien Avenue after making an apparent recovery from a recent operation. He suffered a relapse this week and death came at 5:30 am Monday.
He was born Nov 7, 1861 in Shofde, Sweden but had (can't read) in Manistique for several years. For a number of years he was employed as a woodsman by the Chicago Lumber Company. His marriage to Hanna Lindstrom took place at Thompson July 1, 1897. Mrs. Johnson passed away 10 years ago.
Survivors include two sons and one daughter. They are H.A. Johnson of Janesville, Wis; Elmer Johnson of Jackson, MI and Mrs. Arthur Springs of Edgewater, Conn.
Funeral services were held at 2:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at the home, Rev. C W Wble (sp?) officiating. Burial was made in Lakeview Cemetery under direction of Sven Johnson, Pallbearers were John Nelson, Charles Gustafson, Omer Schuster, Louis Crosby, Otto Sandstrom and Frank Sanderg.
|Kathleen D."Crickitt" King||Mary Eva Johnson Hendrick's Great Great Grandaughter here! :)|
i cant tell you how excited i was to see this memorial you put up for my great great grandmother johnson hendrick! she was married to hugh hendrick, and her mother was Harriet Culver, but thats all i know about it so far.
we're also trying to find info on my grandfather william james fitzgerald from up there in michigan, and his parents and other family. if i hear back from you, and i hope i do, ill give you what info i have on him. he was a decorated WWII army hero, having been injured to this extent: head blown up and repaired with a steel plate, lost one eye in that explosion, lost one leg too. But he was one crazy funny wild Irishman for sure. His grandfather by the same name came here from
county Cork, Ireland, but not during the potato famine.
please make me a friend of yours? i surely hope you do. i dont know how to do that yet myself. im new here.
Thank you so much! what you guys do is really wonderful and so selfless. God bless you. <3
kathleen dale king (Yakstis, married name)
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