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i can transfer to your care so you can update and add picture is that ok D.J.
Added by D.J. on Feb 01, 2015 1:05 PM
|Petoskey History 1852-2002||Victor Cannon|
Thanks, Tim. I have linked your memorial by way of a number of our various Virtual Cemeteries within PHS HISTORY-1852-2002. The history of your family member is sure to be enjoyed by our many visitors. It was good of you.
|Petoskey History 1852-2002||Cannon|
Dear Tim, Here is the bio/transcribed-edited obituary. The information about his birth and death you will need to insert separately if need be.
Birth: Sep. 3, 1907
Death: Aug. 24, 1985
Victor Cannon owner of Games Imported started in Petoskey’s Gas Light Village, Florida, and Georgia, passed away in Petoskey, Michigan. He attended schools in Georgia and Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, graduateding in 1925. Mr. Cannon then attended the University of Michigan where he majored in music. In 1930 he moved to Petoskey, where he worked for Ed Behan’s Tweed Shop in Petoskey and Florida.. In 1956 he married Justine Tigert and started his own business in Petoskey and served his community as Petoskey City Treasurer and later Petoskey City Clerk. Mr. Cannon was an accomplished musician and for many years led a dance band that played throughout Northern Michigan. At one time he also played “Theater Organ’ in Florida. Mr. Cannon was a member of the United Methodist Church in Ft. Lauderdale; a member of the BPOE Lodge 629, Petoskey, a member and past president of the Petoskey Kiwanis Club, and a member of Bay View Country Club. He made his home in Ft. Lauderdale and Bay View. Survivors included his son, two daughters, 14 grandchildren, four great-grandchildren, and two stepsons, both of Nashville, Tennessee, and three sisters. The complete obituary can be read at Petoskey's Greenwood Cemetery Genealogical Site: http://www.gwood.us/
|Petoskey History 1852-2002||Cannon|
Thanks for replying Tim. I had created the memorial for him at Greenwood Cemetery in Petoskey. Afterward, i realized he was not buried there and re-read the obituary posted in the Greenwood Cemetery Site. It was when i went into change the cemetery, that I discovered your memorial. I left the one up so that you would either see it, or I could copy what I had transcribed, and then send it to you. I will delete it. Thanks so much. (I am not a relative, but a life long friend of Victors son and daughter.)
|Judy Birchenough||Corrine Crumley|
You are very welcome, Tim! Judy
|Joseph Mann||RE: Photos for scheurmann and Follain|
I have more Follian photos but I've been posting all day, so I will post some more tomorrow.
|WD||Louvenia Anderson 1853-1899|
Today I photographed this cemetery. All of
the photos will soon be posted along with
family info & links. The name on her stone
is LOVENIA Kennedy ANDERSON, she is a daughter
of Henry A Kennedy and his second wife Zelphy
Cannon Kennedy both of whom are buried near
Lovenia. If you wish to contact me I am
Wiley DeWitt firstname.lastname@example.org (on Findagrave
Added by WD on Jul 25, 2013 7:13 PM
I currently live in the Camden area and will be more than happy to take the new picture for you and you will be more than welcome to use it anyway you like.
Added by CindyC. on Feb 27, 2012 11:37 PM
|Kristy Thomas||Wm Cannon|
b. 1875, d. 1931
I claimed this photo request..However I believe his grave is not marked.. I added the memorial from death certificate info and an old Obit I found..
|Charles Lash, Sr.||RE: Thanks|
You are very welcome, happy that I could help!
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