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|Sherri C.||Thank you!|
Thanks so much for the family transfers, John!
Have a good week.
|Sherri C.||Hi John.|
I sent you a few sac's ~ requesting the transfers of memorials. I sent them a few weeks ago.
Just wondering if you received them?
|Terry Schmelz||dorthy schmelz|
Hello John request transfer of Dorthy M Schmelz # 80759573 and her husband Rayond Schmelz , terry schmelz # 48209887, thank you
|Terry Schmelz||raymond a schmelz|
memorial 80759639 request transfer raymond was the son of my Great/Great Uncle Terry Schmelz firstname.lastname@example.org, I have family members to link thank you
|Christine Price||Orville and Alice Irey|
Thank you taking the time to take a photo of Orville and Alice's headstone along with making the updates for me. May I copy your photos to my Ancestry site?
|mike c||Penningtons at Macon Cemetery|
I'd like to suggest corrections for a couple of your Macon Cemetery memorials.
1. Israel Pennington d. Jan 9, 1865 (mem# 80464525).
Someone has added 2 incorrect photos, and the person listed as his spouse is incorrect.
This Israel Pennington died at age 17 after enlisting in the civil war. His name appears on the soldier's monument and on his own gravestone.
I've attached both of those (correct) photos. You need to delete the other 2 and unlink him from the spouse, Hannah...
2. Hannah d. Mar 30 1893 (mem# 80464618) now needs to be linked to her correct spouse, who is the Israel Pennington who died Jan 17, 1883 (mem# 80464587).
I added gravestone photos for Hannah and Israel that should make things clear.
Drop me a note if any questions.
Added by mike c on Jul 03, 2015 11:57 AM
|mike c||George W. Morgan Memorial, macon Cemetery|
I'd like to suggest a correction to the memorial of George W. Morgan in Macon Cemetery.
I believe the year of death was 1849, not 1819.
I placed a photo on the memorial. The forward projection on the numeral 4 is sometimes hard to see on old stones, but you can sometimes use the spacing in front of the numeral as a clue. If the date was 1819, the 8 and the 1 would be closer together.
Also, I have a 1940 transcription of the cemetery by the D.A.R. that lists the year of death as 1849.
Added by mike c on Jun 11, 2015 8:20 AM
I am so pleasantly surprised with the Boylston photos.Thank you so much. Really appreciated.
|Keith Balon||Helen Ryan|
Thank you for the photo.
|Martha Churchill||Elmer Trim 81140213, obituary|
Memorial services for Elmer Trim, 75, of Lafayette Street [Milan], died Sunday evening in Saline Community Hospital, will be held Aug. 8, in Peoples Presbyterian Church. Rev. Vern Campbell will officiate. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society. Born March 15, 1906, he was the son of Captain Elmer and Mrs. Estella (Forbes) Trim. On July 2, 1927, he married Irene Loveland in Milan. She survives. He said the Great Lakes for four years before becoming the district manager of Cook Coffee Co. In 1950, he purchased and operated the Milan Cab Co. until he retired in 1971. He then worked part time as a guard for Sanford Security untilhis illness. He was a member of Peoples Presbyterian Church and the Masonic Lodge No. 323 of Milan. Survivers besides his wife include two sons, Richard E. of Ann Arbor and Roger L. of Warren; two brothers, Ethan of Kansas and Wilson of Livonia; and a sister, Mrs. Alice Lawson of Arizona. Source: Milan Leader obituary in Genealogist Friend, Book 11, page 34, Milan Public Library.
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