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I am family tree nut who started out just wanting to get the Pentwater Cemetery done because I saw it was lacking. I was hooked fast! I love Findagrave. I found many missing pieces for my own family tree and I received notes from others saying my worked helped them solve theirs. |
I don't mind transferring Memorials to family as long as they aren't my family too. All I ask is that you don't delete mine to replace with your own.
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|Jim Cartwright||RE: George M. Slater|
George M Slater is in plot 2-24. He is the only Slater in that section. There is also a George L Slater. George M lived from 1858 to 1868, just 10 years old. George L lived from 1856 to 1929. He is in plot 22-35. Nathaniel Jennings Slater (1828 - 1907, Nella M Slater (1865 - 1944, and Phidelia Slater (1835 - 1920) are in that same plot.
Leonard Slater (1832 - 1851) is listed as Leonidas Slater in the records and on his marker. He is in plot 20-20 along with Ben J Slater, Henry Slater, Jeremiah Slater, Mary G Slater, and Ruth Slater. He is listed as the son of Jeremiah and Ruth Slater.
There is also a Ella J and a Clara Slater. Both are listed as daughters of W C and E A Slater. They are not in the records. Ella was moved here from an earlier cemetery and her location is unknown. Clara is in plot 17-22.
|Jim Cartwright||RE: George M. Slater|
I also took a picture for Leonard Slater and will post it as soon as I get a chance. George is in Section 2 Lot 24. Leonard is in Section 20, Lot 20
|HWA||Minshall family, Pentwater Cemetery|
Hi Amanda. I have just added information and corrections to the Minshalls' monuments. The tombstone for them is incorrect -- they died in 1896, not 1897, and there are many newspaper articles online to confirm this. I believe that you are correct, that husband and father Samuel Bachtel Minshall is buried with them but without a marker, as he was responsible for their deaths. Thanks for all you are doing! HWA.
Added by HWA on Feb 11, 2015 10:18 AM
|William Brackett||William Coleman's father|
This appears to be the marriage record of Elizabeth Slater:
Looks like she married another William E. Coleman here in Berrien County in 1852.
|Liz Freeman||RE: Mahack|
Sorry I am not related and to my knowledge I have no relatives in NY anywhere.
I am in OK. My paternal line came out of PA in the mid 1920s and my maternal line came out of OR also mid 1920s. I married into the Freeman line which is out of NC established there in the 1770s.
Good luck in your search.
|Ronald McAvoy||Asa Bane|
Asa Bane 1839-1884 was the son of Abner Bane born between 1805 and 1810 in Morris Twp., Washington County, Pennsylvania and died abt 1840. His wife was Sarah Sellars 1808-1892. Abner Bane born 1805 died 1867 was married to Mary Lindley 1810-1838 and Ruth Bane 1809-1887.
|William Brackett||Bakertown Cemetery|
The cemetery would not have the death records. If they exist they would be on file with the Berrien County Clerk. You can check death indexes at http://www.berrienhistory.org/arch.html to see if one exists.
|sandi lewis - malburg||RE: Lakeside Cemetery|
Hi Amanda. There wasn't when I was clerk. We had a table cloth that had graves and plots on it. I made a file. But there were no records. The clerk since may have tracked down files from the state since.
|Susan Pratt Habermann||RE: Harvey Dolph|
You're very welcome!
|Julie Hughes||RE: Young|
Thank you! I always wondered why they ask you to enter the year of marriage when you first add a memorial. Then I realized that maybe it was for two different spouses. It did work for me, but I don't know how you will be able to do it on a memorial that already exists. Thank you for trying!
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