|Ken Root Jr. (#46592935)|
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HI, I have been researching my Genealogy since July of 2000. I really enjoy visting Cemeteries and takeing pictures. Headstones are so awesome, they come in all different shape, sizes, Colors, and the engravings express how someone was feeling at the time this person died. I believe you can some what see what kind of a person was by their headstone. And sometime a headstone is all that is left on this earth. I lived in Grand Rapids, Michigan and now live in Meriden, Connecticut|
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|Angela Owens Jando||Harry Helderop|
I updated Harry Helderop as you requested but just want to double check the last name of the father. You gave me #40341919 and that last name is Pepper. Let me know if that is not correct. Thank you!
|Paul Sutton Kamalsky||Josiah Dunning|
I uploaded him last night. Many names are on
|Phil Carpenter||RE: Nash Family|
Ken, You're very welcome. Lots of Nash burials in Lake View. I hope they are new found family members.
I'm sorry the graves of Edwin and Laura Naylor are unmarked.
I was going to upload Fred and Henry Schroeder later without a request but you beat me to it.
|Marilyn||Mary A. Christian|
Thank you Ken for posting photograph of Mary A (Wallin) Christian's headstone in Kalamazoo Riverside Cemetery.
Added by Marilyn on Feb 21, 2013 3:34 PM
|Dale Working||Anna Corwin Gregg|
A little story concerning your 4th great grandmother, Anna Corwin Gregg, and one of her daughters. Her daughter, Deborah Jane Gregg, married George Haywood. She died in 1867 and in the 1870 census, her son Joseph Haywood, was living with Deborah Jane's brother, Joseph Gregg, instead of his father, George Haywood. (This gets a little confusing with 2 Joseph's in the story) The two families were both in the Wayland area, but maybe because Deborah Jane had just died 3 years prior, Joseph Haywood was young enough(7)and George needed uncle Joseph Gregg to help out. Anyway, to make a long story shorter, Joseph haywood finally married, and had a daughter who married a Sears, which is my mother's side of the family. That Sears was a distant cousin. So even though we are not related, there is a story that connects our familes. As you probably know, Anna, was living in that same household in 1870 with her son, Joseph Gregg and his wife Minerva.
|kc8mld||Re:Olive Rose White (1881 - 1955)|
Ken, I just received a photo request from Find A Grave for the above individual and one other. I will be unable to fulfill your this request as it is beyond the 50 mile radius that I am willing to drive in order to provide this service. Sorry for any inconvenience. -mld-
Added by kc8mld on Feb 07, 2013 2:47 PM
|Dee S.||Camden Cemetery Requests|
Last week I had claimed 4 photo requests from Camden Cemetery. I'm afraid at this time I am unable to fulfill these as we have received a fair amount of snow here in Northern Ohio and all of the grave stones are covered with it!!!!....I will unclaim these requests but will keep them in mind for better weather when I can see the stones. This cemetery is only about 1/2 mile away from me so it will be easy for me to obtain them....if the stones are legible that is. Sorry at this time, but will not forget!!!!
Added by Dee S. on Feb 04, 2013 10:15 AM
|4th Michigan Infantry||Memorial Transfer|
Thank you for transferring the memorial of James Gilleland, a soldier in the Fourth Michigan Infantry, to me. It's in good hands.
Adelphia Root Tobias was my biological Grandmother.
|Treeclimber||North Dover Cemetery|
Thanks for the notes regarding Find A Grave memorial transfer requests at North Dover Cemetery.
Please read and follow the Find A Grave memorial transfer guidelines/policies in the Find A Grave FAQ before sending me a request.I am currently only considering memorial transfer requests at North Dover that are consistent with the Find A Grave memorial transfer guidelines/policies.
Also,if you have corrections or additional info please send them to me via a SAC and I will be happy to review them.
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