|Daniel Allen||Anna Marie Bonefeld|
There is a person that has exposed the dates on Anna Bonefeld's stone and would like to post it, but can't because there are already 5 photos attached. I would rather not remove the photos of Anna and her family I posted to make room. I am wondering if you could remove your photo of her "MOTHER" stone so it could be replaced with one that has the dates.
Here is the link to her memorial: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=20117429
|TimeTraveler||RE: George Page|
I, too, am happy to solve some of the mystery. My next step is finding out who runs the cemetery. In my previous conversation with them they claim to have no record of my ggreandfather since their records were destroyed in a fire. I suspect that the best I can do is find out how to get a cenotaph placed for him in the spot I think he is buried since it appears to be a family plot.
Thanks again for your past efforts. The kindness of strangers is what still gives me hope that our country won't implode!
Quite some time ago you were so kind in helping me to try to locate my g-grandfather. At that time we had no luck. You found other Page family members in the Naubinway, MI cemetery but no George and no death record.
Recently I did find his obit and can confirm that he indeed is buried in Naubinway but with no headstone. :( The cemetery records have long since burned so had it not been for the obituary listing his location of internment I would not have found him. At least now I can begin on the quest for a headstone.
Thank you, again, for your past efforts in helping me to solve the mystery.
|Edna Crawford King||Wright Child, small stone|
Man oh man but time does fly by. It seems that not too long ago; I was welcoming you to FindAGrave, now look at all of the photos you have put up. I just wanted you to know and thank you for Dorothy's stone that you added in 2011. I recently was able to find more about who she was. Dorothy P Wright was Alice Wright's grand- daughter. She passed away from scarlet fever and meningitis in September of 1921. Not sure why her parents John Edward and Parmelia aren't buried in the same place though. Thanks again, Edna
|joyceevelyn rodmonich||Leontine&Octave Chandanais|
I would like to hear from Gail Woodruff-Farmile.The above names are my Grandparents.I am looking for a picture of Octave.I have a picture of Leontine.I am doing Family History,and would like more information about them.My Father has been gone for years.I am 80yrs.old.My Father was Henry.Canany one out there help?
My e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org
|Thomas Palmer||Frannee VanWinkle|
Hi, I just used the edit to correct her name. Her name is Frankee, sister to my grandfather who was also born in Garden. Just for an FYI. Thanks Thomas Palmer
|Richard Boudreau||RE: Napoleon Boudreau|
Good work Shannon, thanks. Is there anyway I could see your survey results for the Old Garden Cemetery? Does it include photos?
I am from Garden Michigan and grew up there but live in Hawaii now. I get back to Garden every three years for the Boudreau Family reunion - next one is in July 2016.
Let me know if you receive this - hopefully by return email.
Richard Boudreau, son of Roland Boudreau and Eva Greene from Fayette. My Grandfather was Napoleon Boudreau Jr.
PS - my email is email@example.com. I have a brother who lives near Garden Corners -Robert Boudreau.
|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.
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