|Deborah Ann (#46568557)|
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|Susan Baker||Sarah Redding Deater|
Hi. I tried to fulfill your request but there is no headstone for Sarah Deater. I talked to the sexton and he informed me the only Deater buried there with a headstone was Harvey Deater. Sarah is probably buried there next to Harvey.Have a good day , Susan
I love the token and message you left for the Princess and wanted to tell you that I too agree that she had a lot of unhappy times on earth but the one thing that got her through it ALL were her sons they truly did bring her more than love and happiness as I'm sure you know. Now she is their guardian angel and watching over them and her two grandchildren. I was so happy to hear they named the Princess after her. :-) Princess Diana was the people's princess to the world in my opinion not just England. :-) I thought she was not only beautiful outside but inside. :-)
Have a great weekend!
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|Ghost Town Gal||Reddings from Michigan|
Great to hear from you! It would be terrific if we found out that our Reddings hook up somewhere. Lewis Davis Redding (1832-1905) is my 2nd great Grandfather, and, while I do know his birth and death dates, I know nothing about his parents. It looks as though our Reddings are buried maybe 50 some miles from each other. Lewis was supposedly born in South Carolina and his father was possibly named Samuel. By the 1860ís Lewis was living in Indiana, and by 1880 he was in Michigan. Iím on ancestry.com, too. Iíve also done DNA testing with the three major companies, AncestryDNA.com includedÖand am hoping to hear from Reddings related on the DNA connection, too.
Happy Ancestor Hunting!
Transferred the memorials to you, if you find other memorials you would like to have, just let me know. Have a wonderful day.
|M. Johnson||Redding, Cora and Andrew|
Just added a headstone photo for Cora and Andrew at Lakeside Cem., Muskegon. Would you like a transfer??? MJ
I've added the nicknames and transferred the memorial to you. Thanks.
I visited the memorial for Queen Katherine (Howard)of England and saw your token and note. Bravo, I couldn't agree more. What an awful life so many royal females had to endure.
Hi Deborah. I am the one that photographed the cemetery at riverview. I also got the directory list from the cemetery and added the ones that did not have stones. If you are sure she is buried there you might want to send a letter with some proof like an obit or something to the city so she can be added to the list. The bad thing about the stones there is they are very hard to read because of the hard water here some are completely filled in. If someone else does not get up there I will try to go this weekend and maybe chalk the writing to see if I can read the stone better. Deb