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Michigan mother (#47409556)
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I have always been interested in genealogy and there are always those of us who find it fulfilling to visit friends and family burial sites, from time to time. This is an excellent way of doing it without the travel. And if you do travel,you can find them easier when you have some information like you find here.

Anyone wishing to have a memorial transferred to them, need only state your relationship and fill out the edit with a request.Make sure to submit all corrections using the Edit tab. If you are a family member, I will typically transfer the memorial to you. You know more about the individual then I do. I just ask that if someone who is even closer to that individual reaches out to you, pay it forward and transfer the memorial to them! I welcome any new information that helps make my entries easier to follow, more informative, or to correct some error that I may have made.

PHOTOS: I try to take a photo worthy of the folks that were buried there. I know that sometimes the conditions do not afford that so if someone has a clearer, better photo, please feel free to add it. Notify me if you want mine removed and I will be happy to do so.

And, by all means, you may use any of my gravestone photos as I have purposely taken them for YOU.

I am especially interested in knowing/contacting anyone with knowledge of the family of Campbell. That would include members of the Cornell family with roots in Wapakoneta, OH or Lima, OH area.

Thank you.

"I know for certain that we never lose the people we love, even to death. They continue to participate in every act, thought and decision we make. Their love leaves an indelible imprint in our memories. We find comfort in knowing that our lives have been enriched by having shared their love." ~Leo Buscaglia
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Phillip
Dorothy Cornell - Mount Olivet Cemetery
She buried in an "as you need a grave". No family around her.

Only about 25% of the graves have a tombstone. Nice to find one.
Added by Phillip on May 19, 2016 1:42 AM
traycx
RE: Charles Reed 20571737
You're welcome.
I cant be 100% positive but I would say that he is buried there. I have seen other markers like his that have been moved by the mower and end up being broken or covered over somewhere else.
Added by traycx on May 11, 2016 8:35 AM
Rebecca Buccilli
RE: George Jones
Its possible, I havent verified it. 2 of their sons died in that same area.
George Merit Jones 1864- 9 Feb 1948 Mt Vernon, Snohomish, WA
Leon L Jones 1871- 24 Jul 1945 Snohomish County, WA
Their son, Rachiellus E Jones 1862-1948, died in Oregon.
Im guessing that after the lumbering days died down in Leota, they moved out west.
Yes, they also had a daughter,
Charity Alice Jones
Born abt 1873 died 1 Oct 1886
Buried in Evergreen, Harrison, Clare County also.
Becky
Added by Rebecca Buccilli on Mar 23, 2016 6:53 AM
Rebecca Buccilli
RE: George Jones
It's possible, I haven't verified it. 2 of their sons died in that same area.
George Merit Jones 1864- 9 Feb 1948 Mt Vernon, Snohomish, WA
Leon L Jones 1871- 24 Jul 1945 Snohomish County, WA
Their son, Rachiellus E Jones 1862-1948, died in Oregon.
I'm guessing that after the lumbering days died down in Leota, they moved out west.
Yes, they also had a daughter,
Charity Alice Jones
Born abt 1873 died 1 Oct 1886
Buried in Evergreen, Harrison, Clare County also.
Becky
Added by Rebecca Buccilli on Mar 23, 2016 6:52 AM
Rebecca Buccilli
RE: Jones Family
There are memorials with stones pictured for Della V Jones and Salina E Jones already, states that they are hard to read.
Catherine Arabella Crooker remarried a George Cole and died in Montborne, Washington.
Becky
Added by Rebecca Buccilli on Mar 22, 2016 7:07 PM
Rebecca Buccilli
Jones Family
George W Jones is buried in Evergreen Cemetery in Frost Twp, Harrison, (Clare County).
Two small children of George W Jones and his wife Catherine Arabella Crooker Jones are buried next to George in Evergreen Cemetery as well.
Della V Jones born 22 June 1879, died 20 Sept 1879 in Harrison, Clare County, MI Her death certificate states she died of Whopping cough.
Salina E Jones died 30 Mar 1876 in Harrison, Clare County, MI
Yes, you may add the notes to their deaths.
Thanks, Becky
Added by Rebecca Buccilli on Mar 22, 2016 6:48 PM
Rebecca Buccilli
Lincoln Jones
Memorial# 88646260 Evergreen Cemetery, Frost twp, Clare County, Michigan.

I would like to have his son added,
Frederick Lincoln Jones
born 13 Nov 1908 Harrison, Michigan
died 29 Oct 1985 Harrison, Michigan
He is buried in the Summerfield Cemetery with his wife Ruth Prielipp, his son, Frederick (Buck)Lincoln Jones, Jr. Buck's girlfriend and Buck's son, Douglas Lincoln Jones.

Frederick's mother, Lincoln's wife:
Zoie Caroline VanBenschoten
born 24 Apr 1889 Summerfield twp, Clare Co, MI
died 25 May 1976 at the hospital in Mt Pleasant Michigan. Buried in Greenwood Cemetery, Marion, MI with her second husband, Berton Ivan Landers.

Lincoln's father is also buried near him,
George W Jones
born in 1837 New York
died 30 Oct 1883 Harrison, MI
GENDIS has his death record: cause of death:SHOT
I believe he was shot by his wife, Catherine Arabella Crooker, as found a small line in a Clare Newspaper.

Lincoln also died a tragic death. The George W Jones had a saloon in Leota on the Muskegon River. Lincoln was struck by his nephew in self defense, Lincoln abusive with drink, as the article states, death followed. I have a copy of that article.
Thank you,
Buck's daughter, Becky

Added by Rebecca Buccilli on Mar 22, 2016 6:01 AM
Betty Frank
Bernadine Bischoff
I'm still working on this to try to eliminate the duplication. I have different parents than the other memorial. The parents I listed are found in her obituary. Perhaps I should type the obit on the bio section...
Betty
Added by Betty Frank on Mar 19, 2016 7:40 PM
lizz grant
duplicate memorials
regarding # 129516674 Vickie A McKeeve--I read the obit and this is interesting because Her last name is McKeever, her parents areJanet Dowds and Charles Wm. McKeever. the obit says she was born 1957 and died 2009-----------------
the duplicate memorial 149181031 has her headstone reading 1956-2006--------------------
I'm thinking, the obit mispelled her name.
the headstone was added recently and the wrong dates are on it.
She was my 5th cousin. Thanks
Added by lizz grant on Mar 19, 2016 7:16 PM
Doris Hartman
Martha Bringold Fry
I checked the history that the entry came from and you are right - Bringold. Thank you for the correction. But I know know else about her. My research was on the Fry family that she married into.
Added by Doris Hartman on Mar 19, 2016 8:14 AM
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