|Jerry Bohnett (#47170097)|
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Retired from Michigan and living in Louisiana. I've been doing genealogy research for about 40 years. My genealogy files consist of over 20,000 names and over 1,700 pictures and documents. Also a member of the Mayflower Society.|
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|Judy Levering Gonser||George F. Levering|
I'm hoping you have names, d.o.b and death of grandpa George Levering's forefathers. I'm wondering in particular if/where the link is to Wizard Levering.
Judy Levering Gonser
|KatieDee||David Kimel 17471391|
You have a picture on the Find A Grave that states: Lucy 1856-1919.
Added by KatieDee on May 09, 2016 9:26 PM
|norma lewless||Ann Maria Rouse Bohnet|
#41579864 I have gone ahead a put in an edit to connect her with her parents and other siblings. Are you sure of where you have her born? Her sisters were all born in Hochdorf, Biberacher Landkreis, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany. If you want to change that you can edit on your end. Thanks for the connection.
|Susan Montague Lundt||Question n Andrew Montague|
Do you know where the death date of 1918 comes from for Andrew T. Montague, son of Henry and Mary (Sinclair) Montague? The reason I ask is that his wife Fanny (Goble) lists herself in the 1910 census as a widow, head of the house. I have spent a lot of time searching the Michigan death records and have not found a record for him which could mean he died elsewhere or he had left Fanny and died after 1920 (those records not yet online). Do you have any family info on this? Appreciate any help.
Susan Montague Lundt
Thank you so much! I was anxious to get his marker.
Added by SPhelps on Aug 25, 2010 4:35 PM
|Frank Passic, Albion Historian||RE: riverside Cem; Hall family:|
Dear Jerry: Those are VERY PIONEER Albion family names! In fact, there is a Hall's Lake north of Albion (mostly swampy, but is there). I have an article about Harvey Burr written in 1908. I'll transfer the graves. --Frank.
|Nancy||RE: David & Deborah (Alden) Smith Marker.|
Sorry that I couldn't find the stones that you were interested in. Every time I see a request for the Westcott Cem. I know that finding the requested stone will be real hit or miss. In another month it will be overgrown with weeds and pricker bushes and about impossible to visit. Perhaps some spring day before the weeds grow I'll photograph all the stones and post them.
Added by Nancy on May 05, 2010 6:48 AM