|Michael Swan (#47339426)|
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I currently live in White Lake, MI. |
Have traveled to many places, as far as Kalispell Montana to mark my grandfathers parents grave, with custom made markers.
I joined Find A Grave to help others and maybe get some help as well. It's relaxing and good exercise walking through cemeteries looking at all the names.
Searching for the Swan Family isn't easy. You would think with such a short name it would be.
Have been working on my family tree for several years. It has become a labor of love.
Drayton Plains Cemetery
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|RobMinteer57||Nelson Swan in Demersville Cemetery|
Sorry, but I don't have any further information about him.
Hi! I did find an Israel Swan in the Ladd Street Cemetery but the death date is 1868, different than what was on the record. I created a new record for the one I found but perhaps this is the same person?
Added by evolk on Jun 11, 2016 2:22 PM
|Bill Steele||RE: Royal Hill|
I have Royal's parents as James Hill 1820-1890 and Almeda Schegel 1823-1905. Both born Vermont and died in Sanilac Co., Michigan. Almeda is buried in Jeddo Cemetery. Find A Grave Memorial# 36674735
|Marne K. Cutting||RE: Anna Trumball|
That's quite alright, there is another Anna M. (Shovan) Trumbull, 1880 - 1944, at Norton Cemetery, check and see if it's a relative for you or not. If it is let me know, I plan on going back to take more photos. If you have not deleted the photos that are incorrect, I can check at a later date and remove them for you.Good luck in your search for Anna. I'm glad to help even if it ends up not the person you need in the end.
|Connie Lagasse Russell||RE: Abigail Swan|
there are 10 other Swans listed in that cemetery and there are other Swans in nearby cemeteries.
also: since 2010 I have been documenting at Laurel Hill Cemetery at Reading, Middlesex County, MA. There are a lot of Swain surname there which often is used alternatively on gravestone with Swayn and Swan. Just a heads up. Back in those days spelling by the King's English or by sound were both acceptable before the standard was established, that's why the multi spelling of surname for family members even within same family plot.
|John Glassford||Meeting House Hill (Methuen, MA)|
I was with Jack Parker today at Meeting House Hill. I am finding a lot of your requests by chance because we kind of split the cemetery by starting photography on opposite ends. Jack photo sets contain a lot of Swan surname as well.
Enjoy the photos, you probably could not get in yourself (the gate is always locked !!). I tried on and off for about 4 years, what a pain.
|Jack Parker||RE: Davis, Swa|
Got back to Meeting House Hill today. Am uploading a number of other Swan and Davis memorials/photos. My camera died halfway through and now looking at the photos - it would appear there is some moisture in there, so half of each photo is a bit blurry. Argh.
|Jack Parker||RE: Davis Photos|
Apologize for the quality. Hope to do better soon.
|Cal Carpenter||RE: Jane Swan|
Hi... Glad to help and thankful that the snow finally melted away to get access to the cemetery. Best of luck in your research.
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