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|I specialize in Manistee County, Michigan genealogy, which I have been compiling for over 30 years. Genealogy is my obsession, I would love to be of help to anyone who might need it.|
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|Laura Plummer Ranville||RE: Transfer of Memorials|
Yup, I certainly intend to do that for you. I've been in a lull this summer, but will get back to it soon.
|Laura Plummer Ranville||RE: re: Wolners|
That's great news Craig. I'll begin transferring them to you. It will take a while, so you can expect to see the transfer e-mail from Find A Grave a lot in the next days.
|Laura Plummer Ranville||re: Wolners|
Thanks for the clarification of the given names for these people. I've added that and linked them together.
I have been photographing and entering memorials for several people at Oak Grove Cemetery in Manistee, just as a hobby. I've noticed your entries for that same cemetery and the bios you have added have helped me add maiden names and also link children to parents. However, I have no personal tie to this cemetery or the people there, and I'm wondering if you'd like management of the memorials I've made to add to those you made? I have about 800 photos on my computer that I haven't added yet, and will continue to work on getting as much photographed as possible.
I have a photo of Lawrence Kucharski (1856-1941) who was the younger brother of my paternal grandfather Jacob Kucharski (1855-1938). I tried to attach the photo to an e-mail for you but the message bounced back. There was a third brother, John Kucharski (1850-1881/82) who was killed in an on-the-job accident in 1881 or 1882. Lawrence married his widow, who had two children. Is there a record of John Kucharski's burial?
I have a detailed Kucharski history in a ring-binder that was compiled by Gerald Sytek (1920-2006) and myself. If you wish for me to look up data, I'll me most happy to do so.
I also have letters that were sent to Jacob by his parents in Prussian Poland, which are in Old Poliah and have been translated to English. They date from 1974 to about 1895.
|Kent Mauk||Irl & Norma Noteware in Oak Grove Cemetery|
Hello from Oklahoma! You created memorials for Irl and Norma Noteware in Oak Grove Cemetery. I requested photos and a volunteer is reporting she checked with the cemetery office and they say there are Noteware's buried there. Would you have any further information? Thank you!