|Walter M. Sands (#47455275)|
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Walter M. Sands,born in Baraga,Baraga,Michigan. Researching Sands/Sand-Gavin-Getzen-Milhalski-O'Neil-Schumacher.I would be happy to transfer memorial pages to Family Members.If you have additional information,corrections or links to add,PLEASE USE THE EDIT BUTTON ON THAT PERSON'S PAGE.|
Champion Village Cemetery
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Thank you for transferring my family to me.
Added by Gail on May 17, 2015 5:50 AM
|Kenny Dee||Would you mind?|
Would you mind rephotographing the following headstone, cause I can't make out the names and dates.
|Diggin for one||Eliza Kramer Stier|
Thank you for accepting my edit for her memorial.
|Wendy & John Corcoran||Wrong photo on memorial...|
Hi Walter you have inadvertently placed the wrong headstone photograph on the wrong memorial. Please Take your from here # 9005830 and place it here:
# 9997874 .
Thanks Walter for your awesom3 dedication to our families.
Wendy with a hug.
Thank you ever so much for your prompt reply! My husband and I are trying to locate her siblings and and her father. Have a great day! Warm regards, Monna Kay
Are you related to Cecilia & James?
Warm Regards, Monna Kay
|Banana ana||54836579 & 54836561|
Irena Riggs and Lawyer Riggs
Hello Walter M Sands
on the gravestone pictures you took
are Irena Riggs and Lawyer Riggs gravestones next to each other? are their graves have plot numbers?
|eaglehart||Stimacs at Forest Hill Cemetery|
Thanks very much for the transfer of the Stimacs and for the pictures of their gravestones. The JANE family in Cornwall will be happy to know where some of the family lived after they emigrated.
|Joan Bartz||Jacob Gerritzen|
I thought I'd let you know that I believe the letter to Frances from P.M. Getzen is a great addition to his memorial. It does explain the difference between the name on the headstone (Getzen) and the name on his memorial (Gerritzen).
I have encountered similar circumstances in a community in Northwest Ohio, although - once the spelling of the last name was changed - it was used on the family's business, records, and headstone.
My own family name was spelled one way on the ship's manifest (when my ancestor came to the US) and as it is now (sometime after).
Family history is so interesting...
|Marguerite||RE: Posts ????|
I've been working hard and sent so many, I would not know how to recover or resend? I think everything is OK. Should I request transfers in the future?
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