|Jan E. Tripp (#47271258)|
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|Jan Tripp, is a professional genealogist specializing in Michigan and Ontario research. His genealogical experience includes completion of the NGS Home Study Course, attending Samford University's IGHR, and attendance at numerous national, state, and local conferences and seminars. He is currently a coordinator for Lake County MIGenWeb, webmaster for the Washtenaw County Historical Society, and a vice president of the Genealogical Society of Washtenaw County, Michigan. He has been a member of OGS since 1995 and belongs to the National Genealogical Society and the Association for Professional Genealogists. |
He graduated from the University of Michigan with B.S. and M.S. degrees in Mechanical Engineering. In his professional life, he was a design engineer for a large auto company. He resides in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
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|JSOrorke||RE: Nettie Waterman memorial|
You're welcome... glad to help. I've looked several times for Hettie but there are so many Watermans in this cemetery.! I was happy that I finally found her.
Added by JSOrorke on May 22, 2015 4:42 AM
|Sandra Moore Jackson||RE: Glenn Jackson|
Thank you for the transfer. Glenn Jackson is my husbands uncle.
|holly worden(hamblin)||Thank You so much!!|
you took a photo of a grave for my grand parents. Hamblin . It means more then you will ever know!
|Mike Cox||RE: Nathaniel Johnson Photographs|
Did you know there are graves for 3 children that appear to be S.A. Johnson's? Also there is another marker for a woman that is S.A. Johnson's wife but separate from the woman he is buried with. This woman's grave is on the north side, then the 3 children, then S.A. Johnson and the woman he is buried with, Louesa. If you want these pictures I took them just in case. And regarding Louesa, that is the spelling on the stone.
Added by Mike Cox on Aug 20, 2012 8:19 AM
|sandi lewis - malburg||Infant Trucks|
Jan, Thank you for catching my error. I photographed every stone I found in the cemetery. I did nt come across a stone for a infant Trucks. I'll go through my unknowns to see if I have a donald.
Thanks again for the info.
|Patricia Bass Nance||Harrison Photo|
Thank you for the photo. Pat Nance
|Linda Mary Machie Beebe Hendricks||Photos|
Thanks so much for the photos. Appreciate it.
Thanks so much for the quick picture. I have never had anyone answer so quickly.
Added by sunseray on May 17, 2010 7:54 PM
|Andrew Burdett||Bale Pictures|
Jan, Thank you so much for taking the time to take the pictures of the Bale family markers in Lima Center Cemetery. Just what I was looking for. (Elizabeth Bale, is the sister of my ancestor, Conrad Hamsher).
|Harry Adams||Thank You|
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