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|D.J. Baker||Russel Babcock|
Need conformation of Russel Babcock (1786-1847)#83534868, husband of Anna Malley and father of Lurinda Hunter being buried in Benton Cem.
All research shows him at least 60 years old at death...(the above dates 61y)
The 1840 census of Berrien Co, MI shows, Russel Babcock, 1 male 20-29 yrs...1 female 20-29 yrs and 1 female under 5 years of age. This does not add up to age at death...also there are several other Russel Babcock names found in area. Please give data to prove this burial. Thank you...DJ Baker
|Christopher Olson||Kathryn Park Cemetry|
Another link you might not have seen:
Minerva N., daughter of N. and M. Barmore
|ternater||Will Nancy's work remain available?|
Nancy Heib, 72, of Greenwood, passed away at 10:23 a.m. Aug. 7, 2015, in Indianapolis.
She was born as Nancy Ellen Letcher on Feb. 5, 1943, in Pawating Hospital in Niles, Berrien County, Michigan, to the late Paul and Thelma (Bliss) Letcher.
Nancy graduated from Cassopolis (Michigan) High School in 1961.
She married Hermann Heib on Feb. 23, 1963, at Ninth Street Methodist Church in Three Rivers, St. Joseph County, Michigan. They were blessed with three daughters.
They first made their home in Three Rivers and in Vicksburg, Michigan. They then had a home built at 5299 Whippoorwill Drive in Kalamazoo, Michigan, for 31 years, from 1969 to 2001, where her husband worked for General Motors for 35 years, from 1965 to 2001.
Since her husbandís retirement in 2001, they made their home on Annelo Drive in Greenwood.
Nancy worked as a receptionist for a number of years, as a telephone operator and in the security department of Hudsonís Department Store in Kalamazoo.
Nancy was an avid genealogist and had researched 27 surnames in her family tree. She also wrote books on two of the surnames. Nancy also loved to watch and study backyard birds.
Surviving besides her husband are three daughters, Nan Roberson of Indianapolis, Lisa Brodasky of Fort Wayne and Lori Mucci of Greenwood; and six grandchildren, Kristina and Richard Roberson, Nicholas and Christopher Brodasky, and Austin and David Mucci.
Private services have been conducted. Burial was at Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Glenns Valley, Greenwood.
Added by ternater on Sep 08, 2015 5:03 PM
|KathyFournierJillson||Oak Grove photos for Sarah Smith|
The stones are very worn as you know. I think I have photographed proof that Sarah is recorded on the left side of the spire stone that contains the clearer engraving for Peter. I would say the faint marker there with MOTHER would also be hers. Between the spire and MOTHER is the stone for infant son who died Sep 12, 1848.
|Sherry Paul Duty||Elizabeth Eleanor Slater Coleman Rose|
What a surprise and very kind of you. Thank you so much for the transfer, I will good care of her.
Sherry Paul Duty
|Stephanie ||RE: Steven Victor Para|
Oh, my! Thank you! You didn't have to do that, but I appreciate it!
Thank you again!
|Stephanie ||Steven Victor Para and family|
Hello! I just wanted to thank you for posting the information from my blog for my gg-grandfather, Steven Victor Para (#96414069). I will let you know when I update his information in the future with what I have found so that you may update his memorial!
|Brenda||RE: Mary Ann (Upham) Jones|
You're very welcome, Nancy.
Added by Brenda on Jul 25, 2015 2:55 PM
Thanks Nancy,got the name fixed! Thanks again for all your help!
Added by Kay on Jul 24, 2015 10:56 AM
Hello Nancy, I updated Jane's bio with the information you sent. Thank you for the added info. I am wondering however about the difference in the spelling of the father and Jane's last name...
Added by Kay on Jul 23, 2015 7:05 PM
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