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Patricia L. Smith (#47289361)
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Bio Photo I'm known as Pat and have been retired as a clinical social worker, since 1998. This is when I began doing genealogy in earnest, since I had more time. I worked in several different settings and did therapy for outpatient, impatient and the last 10 1/2 yrs of employment was spent doing group therapy for sex offenders for the Michigan Dept. Of Corrections.That was quite the experience. Been married almost 55yrs..yep to the same person:-)We have 5 grown kids, 11 grands and 8gr.grands and one on the way. I do have other hobbies such as interior decorating, reading, hosting a newsgroup, voluntering at the local hospital, but this computer and genealogy seems to be my prime interest.

I am sorry but at this time I'm unable to honor photo requests as I've been having problems with my knees and walking around cemeteries makes it worse. Hopefully, this will not be a permanent problem.
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Dottie
RE: Transfers of Mains and Curtiss Family
Have fun.

dottie
Added by Dottie on Sep 27, 2014 8:54 AM
Saundra Carr
Kellams
Searching for parents of Jacob James Kellams 1804-1862 m Rebecca Roberts 1805-1841
Rebecca d/o John Cornelius Roberts and Mary Shannon
Jacob James Kellam's parents may be
James Kellams and Catherine Marshall
Thanks
Saundra Carr
Added by Saundra Carr on Apr 09, 2014 11:34 AM
Vogt/Fisher
Eveline Gillett
I have my g-g-grandfather's diary from 1865. His name was Samuel Fisher. (The Fishers were related to the Gilletts by marriage.)In his diary he notes that "Evaline Gillett died." The date of his notation is May 5th, not April 5th. Could we share information? I tried your email address and it didn't connect.
Added by Vogt/Fisher on Nov 12, 2013 4:31 AM
Robert Chapin
LaVigne Family
Do you have much information about Joseph LaVigne? I am researching a couple Joseph Ferdinand St John (1879) and Mary Ezoia La Vigne (1886). Mary's father was Joseph. I would like to figure out if it is the same Joseph LaVigne listed in Calvary Cemetery?
Added by Robert Chapin on Jun 29, 2013 5:47 AM
J. P. Webb
RE: Our condolences
Patricia, Good luck with your move in June, I know the Trufant area, great flea markets there by Muskellonge Lake. Not that far from Derby lake in Stanton either. We get around up there a bit.
Added by J. P. Webb on May 07, 2013 1:50 PM
J. P. Webb
Our condolences
Patricia, We'd like to send you our heartfelt condolences, we're so sorry about the loss of Lloyd, even though we don't know you personally, it seem your connected to the family, Yes, I do know & research the family from the Mason & Leslie area, now it seems to be taking me all over the place. Are you still up near Greenville? We have lake property in Stanton, maybe our paths will cross someday.
Added by J. P. Webb on May 06, 2013 12:42 PM
J. P. Webb
RE: Re: Related to Loyd Donald Smith's mother
Also, Burt Warner & Josephine's daughter Alice May Ewing Schumacher, I believe her daughter Pamela Ewing was in my graduating class, Mason 1976. Such a very nice family
Added by J. P. Webb on May 05, 2013 11:24 AM
J. P. Webb
RE: Re: Related to Loyd Donald Smith's mother
Laura "DOlly" Blood Warner married 2nd Oscar Joseph Wilson, he was the husband First to Fannie Townsend, who was my husband's grandmother Florence Townsend's sister. Also connected through Russell Barlett, who married Nietta.
Added by J. P. Webb on May 04, 2013 12:39 PM
WEllis79
RE: Edward J and Donald E. Neelis
Not a problem. Glad to help someone out so early after joining find a grave.
Added by WEllis79 on Apr 11, 2013 3:41 AM
JimO
Peter Tshudi
Peter Tshudi was a member of D Company, 192nd Tank Battalion. He fought on Bataan in the Philippine Islands from December 1941 until April 9, 1942, when Bataan was surrendered to the Japanese. He took part in the Bataan Death March and was held as a Prisoner of War in POW camps in the Philippines and Japan. He was liberated by American troops in Japan in September 1945 after Japan's surrender.
Added by JimO on Nov 17, 2012 7:41 AM
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