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C. Krueger (#46632820)
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My love of genealogy began with my parents who did a great amount of research on each of their families. This was before they died in the 1970's. I didn't want their research to be lost or forgotten. So I began to do further research adding information to their records, and most of all to share all of the research with extended family. I love the challenge of finding records of proof for each date given.

You have my permission to use the gravestone pictures I have submitted to Find A Grave for your genealogy records, along with a notation giving me credit for them.

Please do not print out a biography I have written on any Memorial page and add that biography to ancestry or any place else. Content submitted on Find A Grave is copyrighted.

As I work on my family's genealogy I have added names of family and where they are buried so I can share that information with extended family members, and the burial locations will not be lost. As I continue to find information I sometimes change a biography and its contents to reflect what I have found.

Find A Grave is a wonderful place to help us with our genealogies. The dedicated members who take time to record hundreds of burials that are in a cemetery, take photographs of their graves and post that information so we can find them, is a wonderful help to all of us. They are truly dedicated members. As are the ones who volunteer to answer people's requests for photographs. For generations to come this information will be preserved. (C. (Hill) Krueger
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Bill Bloom
RE: Church Picture #9401032 Edmund Lord
My pleasure Carolyn! Please let me know if that was the photo you wanted. Take good care.
Added by Bill Bloom on Apr 28, 2015 7:22 AM
Edmund Lord # 9401032
Hi again. I just reviewed my original photos and I'm sorry to say the original photo is very poor. It was taken in June of 2004. However, the next time you go, as you are walking in from the parking lot, look about half-way down toward the back on the left side. Look for a large marker for "Pitt" which is on the left at the walkway. Three others to look for are Bardsley, Litzenberg and Hedriek. They are all in the vicinity. "Pitt" is a large marker and you should't have any trouble locating that one. If you look on the photo of the cemetery put on by Bill Bloom on the memorial page, and enlarge it, I believe the marker for Mr Lord to be in back of the bushes on the left, half-way down. I hope this is of some help to you. If you want to send me an e-mail address, I would be happy to send you a photo of the "Pitt" marker as a reference. Have a good day, Joz. By the way, when do you usually travel to Pa? Perhaps we can meet if you need help.
Added by Joz on Apr 26, 2015 2:14 PM
RE: Edmund Lord No. 9401032
Wow, Thank You. I looked at the memorial and judging from the photo, I have to assume I could not read it then either. I photographed that cemetery in one day but at present am not at my residence. When I arrive home in May, I'll see if I can figure out which section it may have been in. Also, that cemetery is in my area and when I get a chance I will try to get over and at least give you an area to look and others around it. Also, from my handwritten spread sheets I may be able to give you some names in the area to look for the next time you are here. Sorry I couldn't be more help. Also, did you know that the church closed a couple years ago. As far as I know, it is for sale but I'm assuming the cemetery will be left as it is. At least I hope so. Thanks again, Joz
Added by Joz on Apr 26, 2015 1:45 PM
Bill Bloom
RE: Pvt. Joseph Howarth No. 987296851
Thank you for the kind words Carolyn. Glad to help and to keep the memory of our veterans alive.
Added by Bill Bloom on Mar 26, 2015 8:29 AM
Gene Numerick
Hi, just received a message saying you sponsored the Conrad memorials. Not sure what that means but thanks. If you are related somehow I can transfer management over to you if you like.
Added by Gene Numerick on Mar 04, 2015 5:45 PM
RE: Nellie Alling
Sorry no pics, but if I do find any, I will let you know for sure!
Thanks for your kindness,
Added by Melindark on Mar 03, 2015 4:00 PM
Nellie Alling
My great aunt is Nellie May Fox Alling. I am writing to ask if I may use the images and information you have on the Alling family for my Ancestry tree.
Please advise.
Thank you,
Melinda Koonce Humes
Added by Melindark on Mar 02, 2015 3:55 PM
Re David Hill family
Hello, I research the family of William Hill, early settler of St. Clair County, Michigan. My inquiry is in regard to David Hill 34758771, father of Jacob Hill.

William Hill had a brother David, and they were the sons of Jacob Hill and Dorothea Seck. It is said that the elder Jacob Hill was a British soldier who served with the British at Fort Detroit, and that Dorothea was captive by Indians and brought to Detroit. It is known that Jacob Hill appeared on Detroit District records in 1791, and that he declared for the Americans when the U.S. took control of Detroit in July 1796. He owned over 300 acres on Pointe Aux Tremble (Point Tremble) now in St. Clair County, Michigan, and died before 1808 when his son William claimed his land at the Michigan Territorial Land Board, and also claimed land for his brother David.

Baptismal records of the Catholic Mission on the Huron River - today the Clinton River in Mount Clemens - show three sons born to David Hill and wife Felicity Trombley. These sons are Henry born 4 Apr 1830; Daniel born 2 May 1834, and James born 1835, baptized 1 Oct. 1835.

The findagrave entry showing David Hill's headstone gives him a birthdate of 1800, too young to have proved land in 1808, but that is perhaps why his brother William proved it on his behalf.

There are some discrepancies in birthdates and dates of death. Felicity, who is called Calista in the census records, says she is a widow in the July enumeration of the 1860 census, Dryden Township, Lapeer County, Michigan.

Do you think these Davids are the same person? Would you care to correspond about him? Thanks, Suzanne
Added by Suzanne on Feb 18, 2015 12:27 PM
P. Eadie
Killgore Family at Laurel Hill Cemetery
Visited Laurel Hill today and found the Killgore Family. There is one additional family member Ella C (1835- 1878). If you post a memorial page for her, I will upload the photo. Thanks, Pat
Added by P. Eadie on Jan 23, 2015 1:47 PM
Edmund Ford # 9401032
Hi, I am going to transfer ownership to you for Mr. Ford. However, right now I am looking through my records for a new photo of the marker. I will leave the old one on until I am able to find a better copy. The new photo should be much larger. Thanks, Joz
Added by Joz on Jan 06, 2015 11:56 AM
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