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|Barbara Frame||Elizabeth Sherman|
Thank you so much for transferring this memorial. I have added the necessary information that I have
|M Arvidson||RE: Byrne|
The database the cemetery uses is not always dependable so I suspect she is in section U. I'm at the cemetery about once a week and have a good relationship going with the staff. Let me know if you want me to talk to them again or look somewhere else. And I don't mind wild goose chases...that's part of the work :-)
|CS Genie||Henry A. Ulanowicz|
Hello -- When I went to photograph the gravestone for Anna Ulanowicz, the headstone next to hers was for husband Henry A. Ulanowicz. There was no record for him in find-a-grave, so I started one and added the photo. I assume this is Anna's husband.
Added by CS Genie on May 30, 2013 1:01 PM
|Pinoy Pride||RE: Pitelka|
Thank you for all you do and have done.
What a great job of it!
Please add me as your friend on Find A Grave.
|4th Michigan Infantry||Memorial transfer|
Thank you for kindly transferring the memorial for Jacob Shuler, a soldier in the Fourth Michigan Infantry, to me. It's in good hands.
|Daniel Pletcher||Photo requests at Holy Cross Cemetery Detroit MI|
I noticed that you have one or more photo requests for people buried in Holy Cross cemetery in Detroit MI. There cemetery office has permanently closed, all of their records were sent to the Our Lady of Hope cemetery office. Please call them at (734) 285-2155 to get the plot location of your loved ones, this way find a grave volunteers in the area can accurately locate the stone.
|Jan Dahlquist||RE: Quade|
I hear you are a relative! My 2 great-grandmother was Maria Sophie Catherine Buschmann, daughter of Maria (maiden name unknown) and an unknown Buschmann. I knew Wilhelmina, another daughter, had emigrated with Maria unknown Buschmann in 1858, joining William George Fischer (my great-great grandfather)and Maria Sophie and their children in Blue Island but then found a paragraph in the book about the first hundred years of Blue Island that listed Louise as a sister, as well as a brother William Buschmann. Louise and her husband came December 1, 1858 also. There was also a Henry Fischer in Blue Island who might turn out to be a brother of William George if I am really lucky. All we know about William George Fischer is that his mother died,his father remarried and then his father died and his stepmother remarried, so he was raised by two step-parents. He did however have two older brothers but we don't know their names. Lots and lots of work to do. I've just started tracing Wilhelmina and Louise. If you can add anything I'd be delighted.Especially marriage for Wilhelmina and Dietrich Quade. Emigration lists her name as Buschmann and the 1900 census says married 41 years which would be about 1859. And 1900 says she had 10 children 3 living in 1900 to which I can't agree, finding just Henry and Peter.
|Ronnie Aungst||map of Holy Cross Cemetery|
Hi, I saw your map of Holy Cross Cemetery and thought you might add this history to the Holy Cross page. Holy Cross, formerly Polish Catholic Cemetery, was originally the White Family cemetery. Here is the history:
History: No plat recorded.
It occupies the former Milo White farm and encompasses and maintains the White Family Cemetery. In 1909, 80 acres of land was purchased for a burial ground for all Polish people in Grand Rapids and would be called the Polish Catholic cemetery until 1947 when it was renamed Holy Cross Cemetery. The layout was planned by Wencel L. Cukierski, a member of Sacred Heart Parish and the City Superintendent of Parks who first planned John Ball Park.
Religious, Ethnic Affiliation: Polish Catholic
Description: One entrance on Walker Ave and one on Richmond. Encompasses White Family Cemetery at the Walker/Richmond corner.
|Carolee Jenkins||RE: Marrion Klock|
I have 3 sources. At least one of them was given to me by the Friends of Pioneer Cemeteries and the other 2 are transcriptions. One is the Weiser transcription done around 1950 and the other by the daughter of the caretaker, but I'm not sure of the date for that one. Both of the transcriptions are on Ancestry if you look up Marrion Klock. When I go back to the cemetery I will have to see if I can see anything of the dates, but I believe they were not legible when I was there before. This all depends on the weather of course. The source I got from friends has 1860 but it is crossed out and then has 1869 written. That is all I know.
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