|* Anita * (#46989264)|
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I have been doing genealogy for 30 years. I started doing cemeteries about 10 years ago. Surnames: Bolon, Mead, Short, Strobel, Clausen, Bounds, Woodman, Fontaine, Bissonnet, Drouillard, Robert, Valiquet, Terrien, DuPuis and Berg. Please verify what you take from the internet. I try very hard to be as accurate as possible, I have made mistakes.
Husbands Lines: Portmann from Switzerland, Mitchell, Carbaugh, Longstreth and Winebrenner from Pennsylvania.
If you find an error in mine please let me know politely. I will be glad to look at my records and correct.
Transfers must include member number to be done. I no longer look up your member number. Please include your relationship to the memorial. If they are not my family I will seriously consider transferring to a family member. Please ask politely.
Obits are typed as they appeared in the newspaper. The accuracy of them is not guaranteed and they are just additional info that may help researchers. Please do your own verifications. Any document may be incorrect. You have to find the whole picture to get all the facts.
I filmed all of Mountain View Cemetery in Connell WA., May 2011.
Pleasant View Cemetery, Mondovi, WA has also been filmed, May 2011. Filmed additional monuments added in 2013 on May 21, 2013.
Saint Antoine Cemetery Monroe county Michigan. I am currently working on updating this cemetery. I used Denissen's and Souls of St. Antoine Cemetery for my research on this cemetery. Please seek your own documentation for cemeteries. Find A Grave is a starting place. Records can be wrong, but they do help us find a starting place. Happy to share records for this cemetery. March 2013.
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Thank you for all your work. I am seeking the Bourdeau family in St Antoine, Canada and France. Are you taking photos of St Antoine plot markers?
|tunnelrat22||RE: Frank Lahr|
he is one of my uncles married to my aunt erie.
|Sandy Vandertol||RE: E. Degneau|
Still searching for Anna Elgin Peck Degneau, wife of Napoleon.
Found the daughter though - Marie Elizabeth Degneau Palmer 105871855
Now if I can find the mother I will be a happy camper!
|Kerry Moser||RE: Apolinne Dupuis Hudon|
I do so many of these I can't keep track even less than 24 hours later.. LOL. do you know IF he is buried there. the last two digits on death date are not there...
IF I remember right I think I found that he might have remarried, and might be buried elsewhere ? gosh it's been so long ago I can't remember..
Please let me know if it's not correct... thanks !!!
|Kerry Moser||Nathalie Anatalie LeBlanc Dupuis 37536285|
I believe I have linked her daughter, Appoline Dupuis Hudon #121835131.
I am wondering if you work this family and can confirm this ?
|LadyParabellum||RE: Family links|
|Richard Rhode||Eugene Ray Greene|
Thank you so much for taking the photo. I appreciate your effort and kindness. Nice job.
|Reenie Winfrey Carlton||RE: George Pierre Drouillard|
You are very welcome, I glad to do it.
|Reenie Winfrey Carlton||Drouillard|
I am sending you this article from the book "The Grand Tetons" the story of taming the western wilderness, By Margaret Sanborn.
This is about John Colter leaving Manuel Lisa's Fort or Fort Lisa's.
He left, with two companions who shared his feelings and reached St. Louis safely before the end of May, although not without having one more brush with the Blackfeet and death.
Just a few days after Colter's departure there was another surprise attack during which several more trappers were killed. Pierre Menard, deciding the place was untenable, announced he was returning to St. Louis. But before he could get on his way, the Blackfeet struck again, this time killing three trappers. One of them was George Drouillard who Meriwether Lewis characterized as "a man of much merit," who had taken part in "all the most dangerous and trying scenes of the voyage" and "uniformly acquitted himself with honor."
This attack had taken place within range of help, but a high wind had kept those inside the fort from hearing the shouts and the firing. From the appearance of the ground where Drouillard's mangled body lay, it was obvious he had put up a good defense, fighting in a circle on horseback, and killing some of his attackers before he and his mount were fatally wounded.
(Page 61, Chapter "The Pilot Knobs")
Just thought if you are related, you would be interested in this info.
|Colleen Coey Weis||Grt-Aunt Viola (Coey) Erdman|
Anita__ Thank you so very much for the transfer of my Grt-Aunt Viola. It was so nice to have her in the family group.
Appreciate your contribution and the time you give to Find-A-Grave.
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