|Glenn Geirland (#40342511)|
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I am trying to put in as many records as I can find.|
Have been getting some good feed back and a lot of thank
you's, just helping someone find an ancestry is worth
it all. I have a lot of pictures I have been working with the Clinton County Cemetery Restoration Project for the last 8 years we are a group of guys that repair the stones and straiten and level them we are volunteers and work one day a week on Weds for four hours May thu Oct. most of the guys are in there 70s. more volumteers are welcome We will be working in Maple Grove Ovid Clinton Co, Mi. next year 2014
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|Marcia ||Edward Miller|
Thank you Glenn for transferring Edward Miller so quickly. You have been such a help to me in my genealogy. All the work you have in cemetery is so appreciated. Marcia
Added by Marcia on Jul 22, 2014 12:28 PM
|Robert Cline||Ansel Van Buren Heath|
I added his obituary today. He is my 1st Cousin 2X Removed, bob
Thank you very much for the transfers of Clarence and Goldie Wilcox.
|Mystic Marn||Leo Gilmore|
Thanks for the transfer!
|Mystic Marn||Leo Gilmore|
Hello, I am hoping for a transfer of Leo Gilmore's memorial page (132843220) to me, his great niece. I was going to make one myself today, but I see you and another member have already made pages for him. He was my grandmother's brother, and a good uncle and friend to my dad, and I would like to add the proper information for him, as I know the whole family genealogy. Thanks for your time, and also for restoring stones. I have a cousin who does this with a group of guys as well. Marnie
Hi on Hattie F. Holmes memorial you have a "Note: 3887" what is that? I think that she is my great-grandfather's sister but I wasn't sure if the note could give me some more info.
|Lisa Royle||Jennie & Birton Gee|
Thank you so much Glenn for the transfer of the Gee's.
I have already added the birth and death dates and the correction of Birton's middle name. You are the best.
Also on a side note- I took a page from your book and I am volunteering for clean-up at a local cemetery.
Lisa Knittel Royle
|Carol Pitman||Doris Elaine Wiesenborn & Roberta Jeanette White|
Doris Elaine Wiesenborn & Roberta Jeanette White - both buried at Alton Cemetery, Bennington, MI. I sent some information a while ago but must have not made it clear.
both Doris & Jeanette's maiden names were Fournie.
They were the daughters of Eal Alphonse Fournie & Annie Montrevillo Hawes.
Doris married Henry Phillip Wiesenborn, Jr
Jeanette married Merrill Eldean White
Sorry for the mixup.
Carol Pitman (their 1st cousin)
|Andrew L.||Harold J. Coons, has passed.|
TOWN OF VERONA >> Harold J. Coons, age 88, of Town of Verona, passed away peacefully, July 5, 2014, at the Colonial Park Rehab and Nursing Home.
He was born Feb. 11, 1926, in Fine, N.Y., a son of the late Edmund and Hazel Come Coons. Harold was united in marriage to the former Alberta J. Gill, on Sept. 26, 1948, in Westernville, a loving marriage of almost 66 years. He was a carpenter and worked through the local Carpenter's union until his retirement in 1962. He proudly served in the U.S. Navy during WW II, and served in the Pacific Theater of operations. He was a former member of the Rome and Oneida Moose Lodges, and the Rome VFW, and a member of the Henry P. Smith Post No. 24, American Legion.
Harold was an accomplished woodworker, and enjoyed hunting and fishing. He also was a member of the Osceola Chapter of the New York State Fiddlers. He received his Knox-Edwards Central School high school diploma during a special ceremony at his great-grandson's high school graduation at VVS, in June of 2014.
Harold is survived by his loving wife, Alberta; a daughter, Catherine Coe of Durhamville; a brother and sister-in-law, Charles and Dorothy Coons of Dyersburg, Tenn.; grandchildren and spouses, Adam and Maggie Coe, Crystal and Bill Couch, and Wayne and Emma Coe; four great and two step great grandchildren and three great great and three step great great grandchildren. He was predeceased by a son-in-law, Allen Coe; brother, Howard Coons and twin great granddaughters.
The family wishes to sincerely thank the staff of Colonial Park, Dr. Joel P. Amidon II, and Patty Bates, FNP for their care, compassion and friendship extended to Harold during his stay at Colonial Park.
The funeral service will be held Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. at the Barry Funeral Home, 807 W. Chestnut St. Burial with Military Honors will be held at Lee State Cemetery.
Relatives and friends may call at the funeral home, Tuesday 4-8 p.m.
Please offer online tributes or light a candle at: www.BarryFuneralHome.com
Published in The Oneida Daily Dispatch on July 8, 2014
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