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Rick S (#46611337)
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Bio Photo I was the oldest grandchild on both sides of my family. Growing up, I got to know many relatives that the my siblings & cousins never knew.

I value greatly THE memories of all of those relatives & of my heritage. Because of those values, I find joy in helping others connect with theirs.

No one should be forgotten.
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Melody Roswell
Rosetta Westcott Salisbury
Thank you so much for the photo of her grave, greatly appreciated!
Melody
Added by Melody Roswell on Jul 23, 2015 8:30 PM
Sherry Paul Duty
Adalade Dolph
Rick S.
Thank you for looking for Adalade Dolph in the Ravenna Cemetery. I created her memorial there because her death certificate named that cemetery and that is where her husband William H.(Harvey) Dolph is also reputed to be. I asked for Adalade as in the records that seems to be the name she used most often and that is what is on her death certificate. She was born Phoebe Adalaide Dole the spelling could be any deviation of those names. She should be close to William H. Dolph.
Thank you for looking.
Sincerely,
Sherry Paul Duty
Added by Sherry Paul Duty on Jul 17, 2015 10:00 AM
Valerie Wixen Thruelsen
Susan Manning
Thank you for the pic!
Added by Valerie Wixen Thruelsen on Jul 16, 2015 8:37 PM
Lanie
Ravenna Cemetery
Thank you for adding the Manning family grave photos from Ravenna Cemetery. I really appreciate your doing so!
Added by Lanie on Jul 16, 2015 7:09 PM
Arlene (Casterline)Culver
Margaret Cole
Rick, you put a photo on Margaret's husband Ichabod Cole #48519803, that picture could also be added to Margaret's page #69943366.

Thanks Arlene Culver
Added by Arlene (Casterline)Culver on Jul 05, 2015 6:56 PM
Arlene (Casterline)Culver
Margaret Cole
Added by Arlene (Casterline)Culver on Jul 05, 2015 6:54 PM
Judy Wilcox
101203194
Thank so much Rick s for the most beautiful memorial picture, you just didn't improve the memorial but answered the question of the spelling of Richard 's last name. I knew it was Pangburn not Pangborn. Could you please add the headstone picture to his wife also. Her #101203184 and thank you again ever so much.
Added by Judy Wilcox on Jul 02, 2015 9:54 AM
Dustin Austin
Fritz/Zahm Graves
Thanks so much Rick for your h/s photos!!
Added by Dustin Austin on Jul 02, 2015 5:31 AM
Joan Carlson
Eddy search
Thanks so much for going to the trouble to find a headstone for Mary Eddy. I'm sorry you had to work so hard with no result. I will post your findings.
Added by Joan Carlson on Jul 01, 2015 9:03 PM
Sue Cadwell
Evidena Jane Wiltenburg Rhodea
Rick,
This might help you find her grave.
Thank you

Source: http://kent.migenweb.net/cemeteries/index.html.

Cemetery: LISBON CEMETERY
Alternative Name(s): None reported.
Section: 30
Street Address: 12 Mile Road between Kenowa and Fruitridge Avenues, Sparta, MI
Ownership: Township.
Owner Contact Information: Sparta Township, 160 East Division, Sparta, MI 49345, (616) 887-8863, FAX (616) 887-3823. Office Hours: M-F 8-5.
Transcriptions: DAR1925 (JKG), 1998ES
Record Sources: Compendium, Sourcebook (7,12), DAR.
History: Unknown.
Religious, Ethnic Affiliation: None reported.
Description: This is an older cemetery and there are probably very few, if any, plots available for new burials. It is maintained well, although not all gravesites are actively kept up by family members. This cemetery had a huge tree in the center that had very wide low branches, which our family has always considered the "family tree." However, in the bad windstorm of 1998 one half of the tree was destroyed. That part of the tree was trimmed and the rest left standing. Of all the damage done to surrounding farms etc., none seemed as sad as did our "family tree" in Lisbon Cemetery. I have pictures of before and after of the tree and think it should be a part of the cemetery history. (S. Kennamer, 1999) .
Added by Sue Cadwell on Jul 01, 2015 6:13 PM
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