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When we started doing genealogy we wanted to find out the names of our grandpa & grandmas parents, from there we went all in, and let me tell you it is addicting. Always hoping to find something more about our family tree. Where they came from, where they lived and when they died. For all of us together we all share in one common thing, that our ancestors who all came from different lands made the choices that was a start of you and me.
Find A Grave is a great avenue to create a memorial for our loved ones from our family tree and a link to the relatives is really cool. Hope the next generation will visit the graves of ancestors with some flowers and a prayer. There is something special about being on that hollowed ground where our parents, grandparents & great grandparents once stood, weeping with a heavy heart. It is cool to know that in some cases I know for a fact that I am standing at the same grave that a certain person from our family tree, great grandma for example, stood in that same area of the cemetery 150 years ago.
Under each stone is a story to be told, about life, death, happiness and sorrow. They are gone but let them not be forgotten.
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You are very welcome. Glad I was able to help out.
Added by macchick on Apr 08, 2015 5:54 AM
Thank you for the transfer. His mother Irene had a very special place in my family. Thanks for making the original posting! Best, Sonja
Added by Sonja on Oct 23, 2014 1:26 PM
|Sherry (Bowers) Vandehey||George Premo|
Thank you so much for the transfer! You have done a wonderful job on the Premo line & their memorials too! Did you see the pictures I added to some of them & their captions??
Thank you again, - Sherry
|Armstrong History||?Connection to Gokey?|
Hi - I was doing some research on another topic and came across a wonderful old photo titled, "The Indian Visitors at the Semi-Centennial". One of the people in this photo has the last name of "Gokey" and he is identified as the interpreter. He is pictured with several native Americans - including the grandson of Chief Oshkosh. If interested, feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org so that I can send you the info.
|Caroline ||Betzinger, Gokey, Premo families|
Are you related to these families? They are my son's ancestors. ((I say my son because his father and I are divorced) He is a Betzinger and also descendant of "Queen" Marinette. The book Queen Marinette--Spirit of Survival was written by MY cousin Beverly Hayward Johnson. I am also into genealogy. Anyway, I just wanted to say what wonderful photos and articles you wrote for all these families! I am also a member of Find A Grave. By any chance do you live in the Menominee-Marinette area?
Added by Caroline on Feb 10, 2014 5:38 PM
thank you so much for finding the resting place of my gg uncle and posting the photo. Would you happen to know if this cemetery has the burial cards, etc? I would love to contact someone and find the reason for his death at such a young age, and get permission to repair/replace his headstone.
|ccbristol||Emeline Burgess Newhall|
Thanks so much for fulfilling my photo request!
Caroline Crowe Bristol
|S Swenson||Creasy photos|
Thank you so much for taking the time to get the photos of Mary and Tristam Creasy's markers....I am so grateful.
Please know that your efforts are so very much appreciated.
The Creasy's 3x great granddaughter
|Bob Morris||George W Cummings|
Thank you for taking pictures of my 5X Great Grandfather! Your photo helped a lot. Everyone using ancestry.com had the wrong death date. Thanks again,
|D.E. Losey||Harold & Mabel and Floyd & Mildred Losey|
Thank you very much for going and taking a picture of their headstones. I appreciate it very much.
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