|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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|Donna Bixler-Simpson||RE: James Houtkamp.|
Not related to the Houtkamp/Houtcamps, but I have Knickerbocker's in my family and was looking at the Knickerbocker connection.
|Judith D||RE: Elizabeth Homish|
Added by Judith D on Mar 26, 2016 3:08 PM
|Linda Schlosser||Transfer J W Egelkraut|
Would you be willing to transfer John Egelkraut into my care? He is my grandmother's grandfather.
Linda Alexander Schlosser #48298581
Thank you for all of your help and all of your hard work. Have a great day !!
Thank you so much for the transfer of Phyllis Maust. Have a great day !!
You have Peter and Helen Baragar spelled wrong, which makes them hard to find. The last name is BARAGAR not BARAGER
Added by Dilys on Feb 21, 2016 3:55 PM
|Angela Owens Jando||RE: Joseph Ebert|
You had him in the correct cemetery in New Salem to begin with. Somebody decided to change it. If you don't want to manually change it, I have hopes that Find A Grave will.
|Patty McKinley||RE: Edna Pauline (Whitehouse) Gifford|
Thanks for the response.
Over the next few days, I'll also be adding edits to get them all linked, where appropriate, parents/kids, husband/wives.
My interest is mostly in the Whitehouses, Pauline's ancestors. She's descended from a guy (James Whitehouse) that came over from England in the 1780's, and landed in south central Kentucky. Pauline is descended from James' oldest son, Thomas Whitehouse (1779-1847). Her Whitehouse branch eventually drifted north, over the state line into southern Indiana. She graduated from DePauw in the mid 1930's, and while she was there, she had met Thomas Gifford, from Chicago. Apparently he became this big time lawyer in Chicago over the next 40 years.
That family seemed to have a fair amount of tragedy. Too bad, they see like nice people.
Oh, and by the way, my Whitehouse branch, in all of this, is from one of James' MIDDLE sons.
|CW||RE: Mordicai Lincoln Home Photo|
Sure, no problem.
Added by CW on Nov 27, 2015 8:34 PM
|Lora Treadwell||RE: #36629145|
It does...thanks as always.
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