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goldysgal (#46630054)
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Bio Photo I am a mother of two amazing daughters. Graving is my hobby, although I don't have as much time for it as I wish.

If I have prepared a memorial for your immediate family member and you would like it transferred to you, please use the Suggest a Correction Link located in the upper right hand corner of each memorial. In your message, please state your relationship to the deceased. I will consider distant family members if you have something to contribute which I have not done already. Also, if you find any errors I have made, please use the Suggest a Correction link. I appreciate people helping me fix my errors. Also please send any additional information you have and I will add it to the memorial.

One other thing, please do not copy any of my individual memorial photos. My photos are my property and if you want one, please ask before you steal, thank you.
Help yourself to any cemetery page photos.
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Arnold L. Corkins
Corabelle Mae Burton
Find A Grave #100267063

Corabel May Wheaton was born in St. Peter, MI. and spent her early years in St. Paul, MI.,with her parents and ten brothers and sisters. at eighteen, she came to Chemung Township to work with Bertha, Ralph, and Albert Corlett on their farm on Olbrich Road. In 1935 Harold and Cora moved to the farm of his parents bought on Perkins Road northeast of White Oak School.

Also, I'd like to request the use of her photo on her memorial if I could please.

Arnold Corkins
Find A Grave #47177958
Added by Arnold L. Corkins on Nov 24, 2016 11:46 AM
K.Wakefield
Requesting Permission to Utilize Hillside Cemetery Photo
I am leaving a gravestone photo of my 3rd Great Grandmother's page. It would be lovely if you would kindly also permit/leave your photo of Hillside Cemetery as well.
Added by K.Wakefield on Sep 11, 2016 3:32 PM
R Sherepa
RE: Myrtle McKay
Photo is added to her husband's memorial.
Added by R Sherepa on Apr 22, 2016 9:00 PM
Neetz
Fort Snelling map
I would like your permission to attach the Fort Snelling cemetery map in my personal genealogy program. If I ever publish you will receive photographic credit.
Thank you,
Anita
Added by Neetz on Mar 10, 2016 4:11 PM
leslie
RE: Joseph & Richard Veilleux
I did not confirm with the cemetery office
Added by leslie on Aug 09, 2015 3:10 PM
<3 from Michigan
Helen A. Raskop at Assumpution Cem.
Oops, I forgot to add one more thing - you have listed Helen's maiden name as "Swanson". I have no idea where that came from either. Her maiden name was Olson.
Added by <3 from Michigan on Jan 13, 2015 11:10 AM
<3 from Michigan
Raymond & Helen Raskop at Assumption Cem.
Hello,
I just found your memorials for Raymond & Helen Raskop. Helen was my great-grandmother's sister and I have been looking for her place of burial for years. The problem is that for some reason Their last name Rascop is spelled Raskop on your memorials. Is there a larger stone with their last name on it? The stones that you photographed only have their first names. I'm really curious as to why the spelling of the name is different than everywhere else I have seen it. I know for a fact that this has to be them. Can you shed any light on this?

Also, with your permission, I would love to be able to add your photos to their pages on my family tree on ancestry.com. I would of course give all photo credits to you along with the photos. Please let me know if that would be ok with you as well.

Thanks so much for posting these photographs! I don't know how I ever would have found where they were otherwise!

SL
Added by <3 from Michigan on Jan 13, 2015 11:04 AM
John Laird
RE: Ida Evelyn Wheaton Nash
If any of your cousins are interested in their Nash and Carpenter ancestry, I can help them - particularly in relation to an article published earlier this year.
Added by John Laird on Nov 26, 2014 1:54 PM
John Laird
Ida Evelyn Wheaton Nash
Here's the link:

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=105596737
Added by John Laird on Nov 26, 2014 10:37 AM
John Laird
Evelyn Wheaton Nash
I noticed that on the reference for her you mentioned she was an aunt - or similarly related relative. I am a Nash researcher, my grandmother was a Nash and was acquainted with this family. I was wondering if you are connected to them. I have a lot of Carpenter and Nash research on their ancestry I could share. Thank you.

John Laird - JohnLaird9@aol.com
Added by John Laird on Nov 26, 2014 12:23 AM
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