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Deb Hayes-Wolfe (#46811474)
 member for 10 years, 9 months, 24 days
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Bio Photo Because of fires, floods and loss, I started photographing all the markers in Jackson Co Michigan in Nov 2006. We've discovered the 1927 DAR WPA cemetery transcription project didn't have anyone actually walk any of the county cemeteries. They obtained the information from cemetery records, church records and neighbors. Fortunately for all of us this included records of those graves with no markers. Most of the early cemetery records have perished along with some of the cemeteries. Hopefully, we will be able to provide info for descendants of the early/current residents of Jackson County Michigan. By using census, marriage, death and local history information we try to make our entries as complete as possible. Email with info on your ancestors and we'll add them to any of our records. We'll be happy to help you in your search.

Currently, I'm working on adding maiden names to as many memorials as possible.

As of 22 Aug 2009 Jackson Co FAG volunteers have 66,501 burials recorded, by Jan 2010 72,323 burials and by Jan 2013 101,483 burials. Many of the cemeteries have been completed with pics.

Please request edits, corrections & transfers thru the SAC tab (edit tab on the memorial page) and not here on the home page. Remember to check the new "edit" tab on your own homepage to see the corrections/additions sent to you.

Thanks to all those FAGer's who have trusted me to take care of their memorials and have transferred their memorials over to me while they take a leave from findagrave.

Not sure why my email disappeared from the contact info:

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R & J Black & G Key
Thank you for the kind transfers and all your work on this site.
Added by R & J Black & G Key on Aug 02, 2016 10:14 AM
Thank You
Thank you for adding information to Lois R. McCourtie's page.
Added by Neefer on Jul 23, 2016 3:17 PM
Sandra Steindl Rodriguez
Alva Remey

I wish there was a way to know if a person has a headstone or not. I'm sorry about asking for a photo request and there was nothing to be found. Thank you for trying and I really appreciate the help you've given me.

Added by Sandra Steindl Rodriguez on Jul 08, 2016 4:12 PM
Janet K
David & Virginia Pringle - Resurrection Cemetery
Hello Deb,

I just wanted to give a public SHOUT OUT **THANK YOU** for all that do for all of us looking for family members.
Your help has been invaluable to myself and all of our family members to come.
I couldn't have done it without you! Your help, kindness and work are all deeply appreciated! Thank you for everything you do!
Janet K
Added by Janet K on Jul 01, 2016 12:07 PM
Marjory Tedder
Thanks, Deb, for checking. it is odd that her first husband, Herbert Schlenker would have a marker in that cemetery but she does not.
Thanks for all you you to remember those who have passed. Your Find A Grave photos and information have been extremely helpful in building my family tree on Ancestry, Jeannieology.
Jeannie Long
Added by Jeannieology on Jul 01, 2016 8:57 AM
Linda Hoffman Quigg
Thanks for the heads up
You have certainly done a lot of work to preserve all this info.
Added by Linda Hoffman Quigg on Jun 21, 2016 8:43 PM
N. Houston
Rev. Earl Redman Memorial
Could you please add the parents of Rev. Redman to his Memorial? Their names & numbers are Henry Webb Redman JR # 811976120, and Frances/Fannie Redman # 84975633. They are in Welborn Church Cemetery in Mt. Posey Co., Indiana and are my Great Aunt & Uncle. Thank you in advance.
Added by N. Houston on Jun 17, 2016 6:47 PM
Rebecca Dodds
Amos Palmer (3rd) & Mary Barber
My gosh, you were so fast adding those edit requests! Thanks so much.
Added by Rebecca Dodds on Jun 13, 2016 4:45 PM
Estella Ferguson
I deleted my memorial since you already did yours but didn't realize my was dated 2014 oh well, no biggy. I should had it linked when I did the children 2014 but believe from what my grandmother told me she is in Parma Cemetery. I accepted your links but you may want to verified she is in that cemetery with John Thank you.
Added by Marijo on Jun 12, 2016 8:27 PM
Calabria Girl
Robert Richard ABBOTT
Robert was part of the crew of Lt.John Suckiu (Crew # 725, 466th Bomb Group) and indeed was on the plane "Lady Lightening" along with a friend, bombadier, Arthur PALLADINO. Arthur is still living, nearly 95 years old. I have interviewed him and he remembered the names of the crew and related details of the day to me. He has an amazing memory for his age. Arthur was a prisoner of war for 9 months, held on the Baltic Sea until the Russians liberated the POWs there. Arthur parachuted out of the plane from the wheel well area and realized as he floated down that he would land in the middle of the German air field. The plane flew out of the base in Attlebridge, England. My father-in-law, Mike was the chief mechanic for the B-24 & P-36 planes at Attlebridge. My husband & I will visit the museum there this year. The group of men were part of the 8th Army Air Corp. The division was called the "Flying Deck" and broken into the card suits. The Lady Lightening bore the insignia of the "Spades" unit, the one Mike was in. I am writing a biography of Mike and one of Arthur to leave there. Thank you for posting the grave information. God Bless all of our service members. Marcia
Added by Calabria Girl on Jun 10, 2016 7:44 PM
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