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Cindy (#47274867)
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rosie mcnaughton
RE: Harris family
Thank you. I will!
Added by rosie mcnaughton on Sep 11, 2014 10:52 AM
rosie mcnaughton
Harris family
Hi Cindy,
I noticed your name on a couple of Harris memorials. I also see you have added some of them yourself. How are you related? My husband was born a Harris, but his father died when he was young, and I just found the family tree on Ancestry this summer after all these years of not having any information. I have found that Ronald Lavern Harris is his first cousin, once removed. John Phillip's brother, William Henry, was my husband's grandfather. His father was Alfred Doc Harris #60519714, brother of William James Harris. After his father died, he was adopted, hence the name McNaughton.

Rosie McNaughton
Added by rosie mcnaughton on Sep 11, 2014 5:50 AM
sally
RE: Julia Currey
Sorry the message was so confusing. I wanted to leave one with her husband's site, but the person maintaining it has a message that she is no longer making changes, thus I thought that if you could correct your info, maybe people would look more closely at the picture and not just the writing.

Thank you for your willingness to work with those of us who are really clear in their messages. LOL

Sally
Added by sally on Sep 07, 2014 12:36 PM
sally
Julia Currey
Hi, If you look at her gravestone she died in 1887 not in the 1900's. Her FIND A GRAVE site is incorrect.
Added by sally on Sep 05, 2014 6:52 AM
Nancy
RE: Hope King Thornton Memorial
You're very welcome. Glad I could help. Although the cemetery is very well maintained, there are many unmarked graves. It's hard to say whether the stones were lost over the years or the grave was never marked.
Added by Nancy on Aug 28, 2014 11:40 AM
Judy
Find A Grave Memorial# 5852175
Re: Muzzette Mulvina Sutton Baucas

Please correct the record. The fathers name is Vivien Orsamos Sutton (please see death certificate to verify).

Thank You
Judy
Added by Judy on Aug 23, 2014 3:52 PM
Kathy Swartzfager Scott
RE: Washington Tustison
I also sent a message to the them about moving it.
Added by Kathy Swartzfager Scott on Jul 12, 2014 1:07 PM
Jodie Jenks
Elizabeth Jane Schram Slosser page on Find A Grave (Memorial# 5819463
Cindy--
I have been looking at Elizabeth Jane Schram Slosser page on Find A Grave (Memorial# 5819463) which is under your care. I had been trying to find the Slossers for a long time without success until I happened to look up Catharine (sic) Ann Flake Schram in the census after her husband died. For some reason we hadn't done it. I discovered that the Slossers were living with her. Hugh Schram, her eldest son, and his family had move to Port Huron and then on to Detroit looking for, I assume, a better life.
But what I want to tell you is that the Schram family called her Jane which was her middle name and while Eliza was on her tomb stone, this is the first time that I have referred to as Eliza. Catharine Ann(a) Flake Schram, her mother, also had a sister named Eliza Jane however it was acknowledged as a nickname by her family genealogist who lives in Canada. Eliza Jane aka Elizabeth Jane Flake never came to the USA to live.
When my Great Grandfather Hugh Schram (1854-1949) who was a brother to Elizabeth "Jane," there was a small biography written up about his life which may have been distributed at his funeral. Within it you can find a few words about "Mrs. James Slosser of Hale, Michigan." They are in a listing of his surviving sisters, "Mrs. James Slosser of Hale, Michigan."
Added by Jodie Jenks on Jul 10, 2014 7:46 PM
Ron Spurr
RE: Catherine McPherson Rickhorn Memorial
Although the Grand Bend Cemetery isn't that large, you can see that I dug out some of the dirt and moved it away so all of he gravestone could be seen. These gravestones that are flat to the ground are the most difficult to find but I was just lucky today to find it. It isn't very big and was by itself. I am very glad that I was able to locate it and photograph it for you.
Added by Ron Spurr on Jul 02, 2014 6:22 PM
A. M. P. M.
Tom Anderson
Thanks for linking Tom to his family.

Ann
Added by A. M. P. M. on May 25, 2014 7:49 PM
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