|Chris Yoder (#46942788)|
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Volunteer with the Saugatuck Douglas Historical Society. Visit:|
Scanned Commercial Record for access on the internet- starting 1886 through 1968.
The work on Western Allegan County Cemeteries is intended to provide a baseline for local genealogical research.
Founder and editor of Yoder Newsletter since 1983.
Retired Defense Department Civilian employee.
See also: www.fargazepoint.com
I'll gladly transfer records to descendants, just let me know. Also give full permission to use any gravestone photo I've taken.
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|Paula Emmons - Taylor||RE: Frances D. Blades|
Yes, I would like to , but Frances Deliaha Woodin Blades is a female.
|Bliss Joyner Kaye||Walter Billings|
My name is Bliss and I'm helping someone who descends from Walter Billings get her papers together to join the DAR. We are intrigued by the article you posted on his Memorial. Do you know where any of the information originated? Or do you have any proof that his son is James W. Billings? We would be most grateful for your assistance as we've hit a dead end here in Maryland.
|Mary Ann Van Horssen||RE: A Norris Memorial #66991052|
Thanks for the transfer Chris.
A. Norris was a Medical Doctor who served in two different Tennessee Units and was taken prisoner for a while. Someone surmised that although he never lived at the Soldier's Home, he was buried there because he tended to many of the soldiers who were in the home & buried there.
I would like to update his Find A Grave. The N/G makes sense for Not Given. I just had never seen that before. Thanks
|Mary Ann Van Horssen||A Norris Memorial #66991052|
Andrew Norris is my brother-in-law's great-granddaddy (as he calls him). I would like him transferred to me as I am the family historian.
I am curious about the inscription you reported was on the front - N/G - I can't see it in this photo. I have a newer photo that doesn't show it. Do you know what that stands for?
Also Andrew Norris did not die at the Soldiers Home. And his death certificate states he was buried in Hermitage. From your knowledge of this cemetery, is this where they laid Hermitage soldiers? Also, why is his Site and Gravestone 463-466? Did he have 4 plots?
I am hoping you have some answers for my questions. If not, do you know of someone I can contact?
Thank you, Mary Ann (47308175)
|Patty||RE: HENRY YATER|
Yes, please feel free to use Henry Yater's tombstone picture.
Patty Yater Strawmyer
Added by Patty on Aug 30, 2016 4:57 PM
|Lora Treadwell||RE: Duplications-30360988 and 42344764|
PERFECT! You are the best!
|Lora Treadwell||Duplications-30360988 and 42344764|
Hi Chris. I just received an email from another Stillson researcher. She says there are duplications which they are except one #30360988 has your photo of the tombstone...I think that is probably the best one to save but will need to add the name of the daughter from the other one 42344764...is that easy to do? Let me know your thoughts when you can...thank you.
|a nelson||RE: Grace Wilcox Orth 22771132|
Thanks for posting the obits. Big help.
Added by a nelson on Aug 17, 2016 4:26 PM
|a nelson||Grace Wilcox Orth 22771132|
Grace's parents are buried in Rock Island, Illinois. Her father was Edward M. Wilcox Find A Grave #120681123 Her mother was Elizabeth Thompson Wilcox. Find A Grave #120681287 In case you would like to link them. Her grandmother was Christina (maiden name unknown) Wilcox, wife of Edward. Christina Find A Grave # 166406834. Edward (father of Edward M., husband of Christina and grandfather of Grace Find A Grave # 3287194.
Added by a nelson on Aug 17, 2016 3:04 PM
|Mark and Julie||RE: Jonathan C. Yoder|
Yes Chris you may use any photo that you would like. I would also be willing to transfer any of the Yoder ownship over to you.
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