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|Sharyn Herian||RE: Jerow Gravestone|
A correction message would be great. IO have found numerous spellings for the Jerow family. In more than one it is spelled Jerau and Geroux such as on Elizabeth's obituary. Thanks for noticing! :-)
|Sharyn Herian||Jerow Gravestone|
Shannon, thank you for posting the beautiful shot of Jerow Gravestone with Lilies. Elizabeth Jerow is my husband's grandmother.
|Barbara Elliott||Donald H. Smith|
Sorry, not related.
|S. McCoskey||RE: Col. Donald H. Smith|
Not related. Good luck on your work.
|Bennett Russell||RE: Peter Pfister|
Appreciate your rapid reply. That is OK, was just it would take me somewhere. Thank you.
|Bennett Russell||Peter Pfister|
I am at drawing at straws now. By any chance when you took the photo of Peter Pfister's headstone, was there a maker next to him for his wife (Emma (Matehke/Matsky) Pfister? Thank you in advance.
|Pauline Lamkey-Margetson||RE: Effie Winter|
Thank you so much for the update! I appreciate it, and your hard work!
Lily would be my Great-grandmother and in the future it is my desire to visit this cemetary. I believe that Silas Clark is her father (my great great grandfather). Do you know anything about how they died or where she (they)would be located in this cemetary? Lily's husband is Edward Donnelly and he is buried in Cass City and he did not have a grave marker :( I did purchase one for him last year :) I feel this is important for other family members trying to find them also. I also do other have family that live in the U.P. I do not. Any information when they were born, when they died, where they lived, what they deid from, anything you can provide to me, I would appreciate. Thanks!
Added by Wendy on Mar 22, 2013 9:04 AM
|Wendy||RE: Lily Ann Donnelly|
Added by Wendy on Mar 22, 2013 9:02 AM
|lrobe||RE: Ferdinand Robitallie|
I would love to read the printing, and look forward to seeing it.
Thank you for the phone number too.
I would really like to be in touch with the historical society. I am looking for the other side of the family, Joseph Truckey and his wife Mary. I did find a son of theirs buried in Old Cooks Cemetery. Joseph and Mary have so far been really difficult to nail down as to where or when they came to the Penninsula.
Thank you Shannon for the help.
Added by lrobe on Mar 13, 2013 3:44 PM
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