|Richard Warren Welch (#46579378)|
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I was born and raised in Durand, Michigan and served as a Russian translator for the US Air Force before getting a Master's degree in Historical Geography from Michigan State University. I spent more than 35 years in the history museum field before retiring in 2007. Retirement quickly bored me, so now I am busy researching my family history, which I have been doing since 1964, teaching geography and Russian history at the local college, and I recently embarked on a new career as a screenwriter for television children's programs, for which one of my stories is in the process of being made into a pilot for a network. I am a natural born packrat and collect and save everything that fits my lifelong interest in history and genealogy.|
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I know we are suppose to check before we post...sometimes things happen.
I thought I would let you know that you have duplicated a memorial I posted for a relative for Robert Wilson Welch.
Thank you in advance for correcting this duplicate memorial.
Have a wonderful day.
In case you are intereted I took photos of all the stones in Old Logan Cemetary and posted pics of the ones that did not have pics. Set up quite a few memorials if you are interested. Not quite done with all the postings yet so check back in a week or so.
Added by baack40 on Aug 23, 2012 11:25 AM
|Phillip O||Silas Doty|
I would like to ask your permission to use the sketching of Silas Doty you have posted on Find-a-Grave. He had a really interesting life and he was my great-great-great grandmother's nephew. Naturally appropriate credits will be noted. Thank you.
You have an amazing Bio! How fun is that?!
Keep up the good work with Find A Grave. We need more people like you!
I was glad to see all of the pictures of the Welch familys that you have posted on find a grave. My wife is a descendant of Charles Warren Welch born in 1832, in New York, and died in 1918, in Ohio. His family lived in Fulton County, Ohio. We were wondering if you were related to him. Charles's son, Sylvester Newton Welch married and moved his family to Winnebago County, Illinois.
Ronald & Darla (Welch) Steward
|Irishlady57||THANKS FOR YOUR NOTE!|
Also, thanks for sharing all of the lovely WELCH family portraits.
They are just PRICELESS to extended family that otherwise would not have had them.
You have a wonderful evening!