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|I'VE ENJOYED BEING ABLE TO ENTER AND LINK THE VARIOUS LINES OF MY FAMILY AND THAT OF MY HUSBAND. IT'S DEFINITELY SOMETHING OF VALUE TO LEAVE FOR THE FUTURE. MY THANKS GO TO THE MANY INDIVIDUALS WHO HAVE TRAMPED THROUGH CEMETERIES NEAR AND FAR TO CREATE MEMORIALS AND CONTRIBUTE PHOTOGRAPHS, OFTEN FOR PEOPLE NOT RELATED IN ANY WAY.|
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|Annabelle ONeill||Edward Hazen #61916262|
Hi - Were you able to add III to Edward Hazen's name as per my recent e-mail?
Thanks & beat regards - Annabelle
|Luella Hinrichsen||RE: Lycurgis Plato Hazen|
Sonja, I had never heard this name before, I've found back then they gave their children the last names of kin a lot & for middle names too! The obit never gave names of his wife or children, by him were MOTHER (maybe his wife?), C.E. Hazen, Annette Hazen & Dora Hazen. I have added them, wish I'd checked for all Hazen at the library, the stones don't tell much. Always seem to be rushed. :( Luella
|Jodie Jenks||Hazen Line|
My Hazen was mostly in Novi, Michigan. Some of them moved to Eagle, Michigan. I discovered that one of my high school class mates was a cousin and another was a custodian in our high school. Weird.
|Jodie Jenks||Linking Hazen Family|
Yes, I would love to link the Hazen family. However, I can not log into my old account. I've tried and tried and tried. When I ask for help through their computer or what ever you would call it, I get the same password and the same password doesn't work.
I'm very sorry I can't.
Jodie Schram Jenks
|Bill Craig||your memorials|
If you don't have any luck with whomever you contacted maybe I can help. It sounds like you want to transfer all your managed memorials, is this correct ?
I believe all you need to do is go to each memorial, under "transfer management" and put my ID in the window. Then it becomes mine. Each memorial needs this done. I'm not sure if the same goes for pictures, one thing at a time.
If this is agreeable for you let me know and I'll send you my ID number.
I wish you the best in this time of grieving.
You should have all the pictures I took of Baker and Stone families.
I don't know what you mean by needing someone to take over doing your editing. I tried finding a name to contact but didn't have any luck.
If you meant you wanted to transfer ownership of some memorials that information is answered in the FAQ section
Cut and paste the above address into the internet address area.
I hope you feel better soon.
|Bill Craig||Ester Harding Stone Baker|
I could not find Ester, however without a location it is almost impossible. I looked in the section where George B Stone is located.
I found a Henry H Baker 1948 with what would be space beside him for future use. Is he part of your group ?
I also found a George W Stone, 1918, Mary E 1901, Jessie Wilson Stone and I took a group photo. If you like I can add them to your memorials. My pics that are duplicates are better quality than what is there now. You can decide.
My connection to the Hazens is via Edwin's first wife, Mary Jane Lee, whose grandfather was my ancestor, Asaph Smith. I'm compiling a book on the descendants of Asaph's father, Benjamin Smith.
Added by goroke on May 18, 2013 6:22 AM
|Julia Ather||Mt. Hope burials|
The website I used was GenWeb Monroe County, NY at mcnygenealogy.com. The page that was really helpful was this one: http://mcnygenealogy.com/cem/mh-intro.htm
|Julia Ather||RE: Catherine Levis|
The four Levis graves are listed in mcnygenealogy.com as "George; Father; d May 9, 1896 æ 61y 4m 18d; Dorinda, wife of George; Mother; d July 30, 1894 æ 58y; George, son George & Dorinda; brother; Feb. 10, 1871-March 13, 1901; and Catherine; d Nov. 8, 1894 æ 90y 1m 16d." I would have posted photos for all four, but I had two problems. First, the stones were worn and hard to read just looking at them, in fact, the left most gravestone was illegible (must have been the younger George). Second, I could only get to the cemetery in the afternoon, and the sun was in the wrong direction, which made any closeups almost impossible. The only other decent picture was of the older George. Anyway, a couple yards away were Rebecca Levis' stone next to the Usher stone, and I posted pictures for them too. You can see the right edge of George's stone in the Usher picture.
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