|Connie West Stewart (#47502447)|
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I began searching my family tree over 40 years ago. However, I did not go very far. Only a few generations of names and possible burial sites. Now the relatives that had those answers have long since passed on. |
I rekindled the desire in 2010 when I meant the DT Questers at a meeting with Ingham Township to have them catalog the Howard Cemetery. My parents, both sets of grandparents and one set of great grandparents and a set of great-great-great grandparents are buried there. Find a Grave has been very helpful in my searches.
My desire now is to work with information on my decedents in the West, Aseltine,Every and Meredith families. I want to update their memorials. Getting more complete dates and events in their lives into the memorials. Hopefully, this will make other relatives search for their roots a little easier to follow.
My second goal is to get as much information about the Howard Cemetery as possible and post on the memorials. I have found quite a few more burials in this cemetery from my research. No records are available. My findings have been through old obituaries and burial permits.
I have been searching old area newspapers and books. I've found more information about my relatives and the people related to them. This has given me more leads to follow. While looking up these articles, I have found many others of people in the area. I have been adding them to their memorials. I hope this will help others find more information about their searches.
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|Cheryl Harding||Hewes family|
I noticed you posted the Hewes family information in Howard Cemetery. Are you related? I'm researching that line.
|Christina (Daniel) Strevel||Orrin Nichols|
Thanks for the updates and posting the obit.
|William Fox||Obituaries ?|
I don't know what obituaries you posted for me. Where can I find them? Thanks for letting me know about them and then telling me where to find them. William L. Fox
|William Fox||RE: Daggett & Coulston Family|
Thank you Connie for your return message but sorry to hear your are not related. Do you think the folks you did the research for would be willing to correspond with me? I could have data that they might find interesting. I just thought I would ask. Thanks again for your work that you have done for Find-A-Grave. Very appreciated. Bill
|Michael Harris||Augustus P Rutty|
I noticed you published a obit for Augustus P Rutty 1854-1922. We are looking for living descendants of him and his wife Sarphine. WE HAVE THE FAMILY BIBLE,from 1880. It is large, beautiful and in good condition. It is very illustrative and has much family information. If you or anyone knows a current descendant please contact me. We will require proof of relationship before sending. I also have pictures.
|William Fox||RE: Kelly, Daggett & Coulston|
Hello I am William L. Fox formerly of Fulton County, N.Y. My Paternal Gt. Grandmother was rachel H. (Daggett) Winney. Her father's older brother was Edward R. Daggett/Daggette who was married to Mary A. (Tinney) Stevens. I just found a memorial on Find-A-Grave for Edward & Mary Ann's daughter, Lillian Irena (Daggett) Coulston Kelly. I am curious to know if you are connected in any way to my Daggett side of the family through Lillian Kelly. Edward Daggett was the son of Mayhew Daggett and his wife, Jemima Fish. Mayhew Daggett was my 3rd Gt. Grandfather and he was a soldier in the Revolutionary War with the Green Mountain Boys. lease let me know if there is a family connection to your family. Thank You, William L. Fox now of Wichita, Kansas.
Send what you have, and I will add it when I get time.
I have changed her. Never quite sure how to enter the ladies with multiple last names!
|Bruce Gillett||RE: Lillian Heinig Hart|
My stepfather Keith Southwell had a paper route in Bath, his girlfriend was Iola, one of the three Hart siblings killed in 1927. He named his daughter after her. After my mother died he married another Hart sister, Elva (1912-2002). My article about it: http://www.affordableacadia.com/2012/the-bath-disaster/
|Bruce Gillett||Lillian Heinig Hart|
I found great information on this memorial, thanks! I had no idea my grandfather's sister Ora had a third child and that he was given to the Harts to raise. The Hart family is prominent in the history of the Bath Disaster. Any connection? I just created a memorial for Max Heinig at 140662550 and Ora Gillett at 140662042.
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