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I Utilize This Site To Fondly And Respectfully Remember My Loved Ones, Friends, and Family, As Well As All of The Kind People Who Unselfishly Befriended, Aided, And generally Cared For me Through Some Very Difficult Times Along My Lifes Way... |
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The attached image is that of my father, Leonard, at about 18 years old, and, his two sisters, who passed away at around the time that these photos were taken of them... Vivian is on the left, she passed away at 8 years old, and Bibian, on the right, who passed away at about 18 months...
May They All Indeed Rest In Peace....
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|Graham Douglas Colbath||RE: Barry J. Fortin|
I deleted both parents pictures.
|Ken Mitchell||RE: Richard and Helen Pacer|
Glad to hear you found the Pacer's.
|Michael Hojnacki||RE: Helen Rose Poliwodzinski(a) (Poli) Potulsky|
My e-mail is email@example.com If you could send me an e-mail I would appreciate it and I can send you the photos. I think you would like the one with Helen in it. I was unable to upload it to her page. I also have a wedding photo from 1965 with Frank and Jenny in it along with Henry Wm, his wife Viola and my father and his first wife. There were more Chojnacki brothers. Their mother's maiden name was Krajenke, Krajenka. As you can see on Frank's memorial My uploaded prayer card matches his bio information. The Chojnacki brothers parents are in the same cemetery as Frank. I was told a few stories even about Phil. My grandfather saved loads of documents and wrote quite a bit of information.
|Michael Hojnacki||Helen Rose Poliwodzinski(a) (Poli) Potulsky|
Hello, I have another wedding photo similar to the one on Helen's memorial. My grandfather Henry Wm. Hojnacki is standing behind her. Next to him is another Chojnacki brother but I do not know his name. I have additional photos of Chojnacki brothers. Frank Chojnacki is my grandfathers brother. I could e-mail the images to you and if you know the names of the brothers and others in the photo's I would appreciate it. I have noone left on my grandfathers side who would be able to provide me this info. On Frank's memorial I uploaded his prayer card.
|KAREN T||Edward Potulsky- mt olivet|
Location: Section K, Lot 1033, Space 1
It is actually under edward potulski, with an "i" ending. middle intial J.
if this is your ancestor, please update your photo request w/ the plot location so the volunteers can find the stone
Added by KAREN T on Aug 09, 2013 6:30 PM
|paulaak||Potulski, Jacob Henry|
I was concerned about the death death dates for Jacob and found this information on familysearch.org "Michigan, Death Certificates, 1921-1952"
Jacob Henry Potulski, "Michigan, Death Certificates, 1921-1952"
Name: Jacob Henry Potulski
Event Type: Death
Event Date: 03 Jan 1944
Event Place: Hamtramck, Wayne, Michigan, USA
Marital Status: Widowed
Birth Date: 23 Jul 1861
Birth Year (Estimated): 1862
Father's Name: Potulski
GS Film number: 001973157
Digital Folder Number: 005363523
Image Number: 03100
Added by paulaak on Aug 04, 2013 6:04 AM
The headstone I added for Jabob had slightly different birth and death dates but I added it anyway since all were buried together. You can always delete.
Added by paulaak on Aug 03, 2013 6:21 PM
|Graham Douglas Colbath||Photos: Barry J. Fortin|
Added several pictures for you on his memorial. I placed location of graves underneath pictures. Added (presumably) his Mother & Father's gravestones along with Family's Headstone, along with new Cemetery sign. Had to go to Township offices to find gravesite of Barry as there was no marker, however, he is located next to (again presumably) Father & Mother. Yes Lot # is different to Mother & Father, but that's just the way the Cemetery is laid out. Enjoy!
|K Wickman||Marce Schoff|
I contacted the cemetery, he is buried in Rugged Cross, Lot 53A, grave 3. If you delete your request and put in his grave location and request again volunteers that live in the area who only go when the locations are given will see it. You may get faster results. Or at least place the location on his memorial page and it will carry over to your request. I don't live in the area but am sometimes there so I called to be prepared in case I find myself there.
|FryePhoto||Vivian & Bibian Petoskey|
I may have a clue for the reason your Grandfather changed the spelling of your surname. During WWII the workers in the"Defense Plants" were required to correct the anglicized spellings of their Polish surnames. They were required to use the original correct Polish spelling. This also happened to my Grandfather.
The photo you shared of your Father with his two sisters is called a composite. Three vignetted exposures on one sheet of paper. The photographer would have done this with an enlarger in a "dark room". The print was then hand painted with transparent oil paint. A truly beautiful heirloom, thank you for sharing.
Barbara (a Photographer's daughter)
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