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Theron & Helen Smith (#46935364)
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Bio Photo We are Theron Lee & Helen Ann (Howery) Smith. The families we represent are Dettweiler, Smith, Andress, Cope, Thane & Vader on Theron's side. Howery, Stid, Marshall, Near, Seelye & Casterline on Helen's side.
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Jennifer Neilson
RE: James & Harriet Harkness
Thanks, not sure what I was asking to be changed! LOL they are a big bunch!
Added by Jennifer Neilson on Nov 09, 2015 10:38 AM
Betty Frank
John Bicknell
Thanks for the obit info. It has been added;)
Added by Betty Frank on Oct 26, 2015 1:49 PM
Sig Boberg
Ernest T. Boberg
Ernest is my uncle.
Added by Sig Boberg on Oct 25, 2015 6:26 PM
Volunteer Shelly
Peter David Zelesket # 53868131
Thanks so much for honoring my Uncle with this memorial page. I was wondering if you would mind transferring the page over to me? He is my father's brother. Never had a wife or children of his own. I was talking to his mom, my grandma about this website (she doesn't understand computer's or the internet at all) and she is confused and would like the page to be in the care of family, if possible.

Thank you for your time and dedication to the pages you create,
Added by Volunteer Shelly on Oct 09, 2015 2:25 PM
kay taylor
Virginia Rose Liebeck McKernan
Please add an E to Virginia's name and link her to her family.
FAther is John Francis Liebeck #8544258
Mother is Alice Elnora Miller Liebeck #8544257
Husband is Mark McKernan #67244844
Thank you
Kay Taylor
Added by kay taylor on Oct 04, 2015 8:19 PM
MI Ring
RE: Fred Kesler
That's the one. Thanks!!

Fred and Florence are from the Jackson area so there are no other family (that I am aware of) in Lapeer County.

Added by MI Ring on Sep 27, 2015 5:50 AM
MI Ring
RE: Kesler's
How fun! I love the paths genealogy takes one down. I have a friend whose ancestor also fought at Stone Arabia.

Could you change the "ss" to "s" for Fred Kesler also? Thanks!

Added by MI Ring on Sep 25, 2015 4:52 PM
Betty Frank
Wesley Hanks in St. Cecilia Cem
Wesley died in 2012. Do you have his obit? If not, I'll try to get it;) I've added his memorial in St. Cecilia Cemetery #128680403.
Added by Betty Frank on Sep 24, 2015 12:59 PM
MI Ring
RE: Florence Kesler
In most cases, it IS two 's'! Thanks for changing it.

This family's ancestors were part of the Palatine migration to the Mohawk Valley of New York before the American Revolution. Two fought at the Battle of Oriskany.

We have seen the name, in various generations, recorded as Kessler, Kesseler, Kesler, and Casler. In one generation, children from the same family used Kesler and Casler.

"Casler" is used by Walter D. Edmonds in his 1936 book, "Drums Along the Mohawk," an excellent book. The 1939 movie starring Henry Fonda is horrible.


Added by MI Ring on Sep 23, 2015 6:34 AM
MI Ring
RE: Florence Kesler / Comer
I see you have changed the spelling of Kesler to Kessler. I am not sure why. I added photos of the markers and her obituary. They consistently spelled their name with one 's'.

Allison Ring
Added by MI Ring on Sep 22, 2015 7:16 PM
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