|Germaine Barrett (#46555393)|
| || member for 12 years, 3 months, 6 days|
| [Add to MyFriends]|
|Bio and Links|
|No bio available.|
Brooklyn Memorial Cemeter...
|Messages left for Germaine Barret... (12)||[Leave Message]|
|Suzanne||Capt. Nelson Woodworth, Hillside, St. Clair, MI|
Hi, I was interested in the gravesite of Capt. Nelson Woodworth. I see that his baby son has a marker in Hillside, but apparently there is none for Capt. and his wife Eliza? They do not appear in the Hillside Cemetery Transcriptions. Thanks, Suzanne
Added by Suzanne on Sep 21, 2013 11:49 AM
|H||George Taylor #8169905|
Could you please add this bio for George Taylor #8169905 Thanks!
George Taylor was a native of New Jersey, where he was born September 1, 1782. His father was William Taylor, a native of Ireland who came to America before the Revolutionary War. He made his home in Pennsylvania and was a prominent man in his locality. George was a carpenter and joiner by trade. He married Sarah Shoemaker and continued to reside in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania until 1823 when he came to Michigan. They journeyed by the steamer "Thomas Jefferson" to Detroit, one of the first boats running between Buffalo and Detroit, and made the rest of the trip by ox-team. He came to Michigan a poor man and renting a farm cultivated it and worked at his trade. He constructed the first frame barn ever erected in East Bloomfield Township, and helped raise the first sawmill at Milford. He suffered a severe injury by cutting his knee with a broad-axe during the second year of his residence in Michigan and was afterward crippled throughout life.
He came to Commerce Township in 1831 and settled where Walled Lake now stands. He died July 30, 1841 and his wife passed away July 30, 1849. She was a devout member of the Methodist Episcopal Church. George Taylor was captain of a Pennsylvania militia company in the war of 1812 and kept a tavern in Pennsylvania in Luzerne County, after the war. He was justice of the Peace for many years and was the first one appointed in Commerce Township. He was constable in Troy and Road Commissioner in this township, which he helped to organize. He always lived on friendly terms with the Indians who were near neighbors in those days. He was a hard-working man, and a strong Democrat. Five of his twelve children now survive.
Portrait and Biographical Album of Oakland County, Michigan 1891
Added by H on Jun 17, 2013 4:38 PM
|JGillmet||Elizabeth Folsom - Southern Cemetery|
Elizabeth Folsom is my 4th great-Grandmother. I'd be honored if you would transfer care of her memorial to me. Thank you for your time and care of my ancestor's memorial. Blessings to you and yours.
Added by JGillmet on Sep 16, 2012 5:26 PM
|JGillmet||Daniel Folsom - Southern Cemetery|
Daniel Folsom is my 4th great-Grandfather. I'd be honored if you would transfer care of his memorial to me. Thank you for your time and care of my ancestor's memorial. Blessings to you and yours.
Added by JGillmet on Sep 16, 2012 5:23 PM
|Gravehound Club||Civil War Veteran, James W. Phetteplace|
Please see below, information regarding the above veteran's service during the Civil War. You may want to add this information to his memorial to honor his service.
*Civil War Veteran
Private, 23rd Michigan Infantry, Company U
Enlisted: February 13, 1865, age 18
Discharged: May 6, 1865
Thank you so much for your help.
|gravehound club||Hazel M. Solosky|
You have her husband Leo listed but under his name you have her birth and death years listed. I made a memorial for Leo with Hazel's link in it and his date of birth was 1890-1961. I have the same dates for Hazel as you do and a picture so I am sure it is the same people.
|Ken and Jill Hunt||John Henry Stibitz|
Hi Germaine, I added a picture of John Henry Stibitz, he was my great grand father. I hope you don't mind.
|NW Mountain Man||Barrett at Fairmount|
Thought I would let you know I have added photo's of the headstone at Fairmount. You might want to link the family together.
|Judyvv||Violet Onsum - Highland Cemetery, Great Falls, MT|
I am photoing Section 3C of this cemetery. I added a photo to your memorial for Violet Onsum and also added a memorial for her husband.
Added by Judyvv on Apr 27, 2010 4:55 PM
|Denise Ferguson Lake||Dexter C Bargy|
Dexter Bargy Dies at 92
ELK RAPIDS—Dexter C. Bargy 92, of Elk Rapids died Friday morning at Wilson Memorial home in Elk Rapids after several week illness.
Mr. Bargy was born Februay 12, 1870 at Eastport, the son pioneer residents John and Mary Bargy, and as a young man moved to Elk Rapids, where he had since resided. in 1890 he was married Rose Gregware of Kewadin, who survives.
He had been supervisor of division of an Elk Rapids chemical plant, manager of a flour mill, at co-owner for many years of Bargy-Martinek garage in Elk Rapids. Surviving besides the widow one son, Floyd of Ann Arbor. Three other sons preceded Mr. Bargy in death.
Funeral services will be held 2:00 p.m. Monday at Dockery-Wilhelm funeral chapel in Elk Rapids, Rev. Gerald Hedlund of Traverse City officiating, with buial in Elk Rapids Maple Grove cemetery.
|[View all messages...]|
Privacy Statement and Terms of Service