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|Pat Kaszubowski - Thomas||Memorial# 124844695|
I made the edits that you mentioned for Hazel and removed the link to Earl that you said was her brother.
Here is my BIG question. Why would Hazel have 2 grave stones?
I am really wondering if these are 2 different people.
Please get back with me.
Im wondering if you are related to the Jerreds? The picture posted to his Find A Grave memorial of he and his wife is wonderful.
There is an old picture of his father and his wife that Im wondering if you have a copy of? My email is: firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by David on Jun 22, 2016 10:11 AM
|Curt||RE: Long Gap|
I think Findagrave programming doesn't allow for long spaces. I think it automatically adjust the post for them. Punctuation however is a different matter. I'm not the most tech savvy person but I know from experience that wireless communication is quite often the problem when it comes to something like a keyboard or a mouse. Especially when you use a barebones low grade system like the one I have. Sometimes the communication just isn't there without rebooting. In my case its a printer.
Added by Curt on Jun 17, 2016 12:29 PM
|Janet K||Caroline McLain photo req|
As I'm sure you're aware, the only Caroline listed in cemetery records is Caroline McLean...with the same date of death.
Without the location of Caroline McLain....how can anyone find her to photograph her?
Added by Janet K on Jun 13, 2016 11:43 PM
|C. Solar||Charles and Clara Stover|
I wanted to let you know that I found the headstone for Charles and Clara Stover. They are not located in St. Marys. They are in Saint Patrick Mount Hope Cemetery in Croswell. Clara was my Great Grand Aunt. I have the memorials and photo under the Saint Patrick Cemetery.
Memorial ID: 164187089 and 154837828
Added by C. Solar on Jun 09, 2016 9:41 PM
|Shirley Bybee||Harriet Gregg Sayles|
I did not make the link on her memorial as to her husband is.
|Janet K||Sandra Kay Wood|
You had photo requests in for:
George T Dunn
Zula (Hill) Dunn
Dorothy M (Dunn) Wood
in Forest Lawn Cemetery in Saginaw, MI.
I photographed them and added edits to their memorials with corrections etc....
I also found an Infant/Baby buried in the Lot:
Sandra Kay Wood ~ Find A Grave Memorial# 162266911
I created the memorial, but I'm wondering if you know if she is the daughter of Melville and Dorothy Wood?
Added by Janet K on May 07, 2016 10:53 PM
|John T||RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 161007747|
As far as Francis M. Hunts parents all I can find out is they were both born in New York no names.
Marion Jones Hunt's parents are A. Jones and Rassmussen both born in New York.
The last reference of the son Francis G. Hunt is the 1930 Census at has him single living with his parents in Traverse City.
Added by John T on Apr 29, 2016 8:28 PM
|Victor D. HILDRETH||Elizabeth "Libby" Hildreth McLain|
Hi My Name Is Victor D. HILDRETH. This Was My Great-Grandfather's Sister. Elizabeth "Libby" Hildreth McLain, Birth: Jan. 5, 1849, USA. Death: Oct. 29, 1876, USA. Burial: Spring Lake Cemetery, Spring Lake, Ottawa County, Michigan, USA.
I Just Thought I Would Send You An Update On This Post. If You Go To The Find-a-grave Post For Her You Will Notice That I Posted Libbie's Marker. I Took That Picture Back In The Early 1990s. But The Last Time I Was There The Marker Had Broken & Was Laid Against The Tree. Now Because Of Your Post, I Need To Revisit The Cemetery & Find Out What Has Happened To Her Marker. The Cemetery Didn't Have My Family's Permission To Remove It. Also You Should Know That Libbie Is Buried Next To Her Sister Eliza HILDRETH, Who Died In 1856. You Can Find Her Find-a-grave Post With A Picture Of Her Marker Too. They Are Both In The HILDRETH Family Plot That Has Been In My Family Since 1873.
I Guess My Main Concern Is For The Future. If I Need You To Help Me Make Any Corrections On This Page, How Do I Contact You? My Email Address Is H436@Yahoo.com. Thanks Much.
#104708376 Bedford & his wife Florence are not in the O'Connor Cemetery. You can find them in the O'Connor Free Methodist Cemetery located on the corner of Earl & Sitch Roads
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