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Karen Buttery (#47102575)
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Bio Photo My tree is:
Buttery/Blood/Brockway/Capt. John Johnson which is my Paternal side.
England,Lyme Ct.,& Michigan.
The Brockway line goes back to Wolston Brockway

The Currie/Parry/Jones/Bell/McKellar/Mitchell/
MacPhail is on my maternal side.
Rothesay, Isle of Bute, Scotland, Wales, & Marshall, Michigan as well as Battle Creek, Michigan


My husband's side is Oliver/Swanson/ Bibby/Nelson on his fathers side and his mothers side is:
Lunde/Beanblossom/Solberg/Harnish/Potter/Bishop/
Scudder/Lamb/Cory/&Bohnenblust



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Amy (Decker) Veenendall
Margaret Currie
Hi Karen, found an article on Margaret Currie and wanted to pass it on to you if you didn't have. Please email me deckeramie@hotmail.com
Added by Amy (Decker) Veenendall on May 16, 2014 1:41 PM
JoanneS
Wm Stott
Karen, thanks for your offer, but I'm not looking for info. Your memorial for Wm Stott said the stone was hard to read and if anyone had information on his dates to let you know.
Added by JoanneS on Nov 14, 2012 7:14 PM
JoanneS
William Stott
Hi Karen-
I'm responding to the request for info that you have on this memorial. According to the cemetery record, William died at age 27 on Aug. 2 1854. That would make his birth year ca 1827. There is also a notation of a GAR marker.
Three other graves are occupied in the plot, but the names are not noted in the record. The plot is Block 7 Lot 3 Gr. 1.
Joanne
Added by JoanneS on Nov 14, 2012 12:26 PM
Pauline Lamkey-Margetson
RE: Jon Corbin
Karen - I can' thank you enough! This just warmed my heart to see it again, after all these years. It is perfect!
Added by Pauline Lamkey-Margetson on Oct 22, 2012 5:21 PM
mshunter
RE: Chloe & Charles Martin
Again, you're welcome. Although it's a good sized stone, there was so much moss on it you could barely make it out. Fortunately, I carry a brush with me so as you can see it cleaned up pretty good.

Regards,
Added by mshunter on Oct 05, 2012 8:09 AM
mshunter
RE: Myra Brockway
You are welcome. I'm just happy I was able to take the photo for you.

Regards,
Added by mshunter on Oct 04, 2012 7:53 PM
mshunter
RE: Edward Brockway
You are very welcome, I'm just pleased I was able to get the photos for you. It is such a wonderful marker, but unfortunately getting a little difficult to read. I believe what was at the bottom is Tho lost to sight and on the middle block of the marker is BROCKWAY.

Regards,
Added by mshunter on Oct 03, 2012 9:51 AM
Dennis Frisone
RE: Hazzen Marker
From what I can make out, the first name appears to be 'Lemonzo' or 'Uemonzo' and the date looks like 1860, or perhaps 1868. Dennis
Added by Dennis Frisone on Sep 25, 2012 4:51 PM
Dennis Frisone
RE: Hazzen Marker
Hello. I do not know who it could be, but the person was definately military and 'HAZZEN' is clearly visible. I have a photo of the marker but do not known who it belongs to.
Added by Dennis Frisone on Sep 25, 2012 4:37 PM
Dennis Frisone
RE: Ann Brockway Hazen
There is another Hazen next to Anna A. The stone is white marble and hard to read but the name 'Hazzen' is clearly visible. It is a marker for a man because there is a Civil War or World War I medallion attached to it. Dennis
Added by Dennis Frisone on Sep 25, 2012 3:15 PM
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