|Karen Darwin Robert (#46978240)|
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I live in Texas and I never made it to Michigan summer of 2015 and I miss being there to wander thru cemeteries. I especially miss being there to take care of my Beloved Larry's gravesite and make sure it looks nice. I'm hoping to get back to Michigan sometime during the summer/fall of 2016. |
Should anything I have put on FindAGrave need a change, addition, or a transfer of ownership, just let me know. I'll be happy to promptly do any of them. I also give my permission to anyone who wants to copy any of the photos I've taken. I do expect you'll credit me for taking the photo. When there is a difference in the death or birth date between an obituary and the tombstone, I use the date on the tombstone.
To my fellow FAG Contributors, thank you for all you do and may God Richly Bless You.
"Genealogy - the art of confusing the dead and frustrating the living".
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|Harold Meyer||Margaret Timcke Hensen 9763658|
I guess we are cousins of a sort! Margaret was my great grandmother and I remember her well. My grandmother was Ida Hensen Meyer and I spend as much time as was allowed visiting her in Sibley as a child.
Would love to communicate with you about the German connections.
|Carrie Nelson||RE: Photo request - Joe Darwin|
I'm glad you appreciated the pictures! I thought for a second about the names and YUP they are my husband's great-uncles. They have property between Drummond and Grandview. Sometimes I laugh when I go to Indiana to visit my daughter or to Milwaukee to visit my sister and people will ask me if I know so-and-so in Green Bay but you are the first that I've had that I said YES to! Did you buy a centennial book? Both Drummond & Grandview books are a wonderful for learning the personal history of the area. If you're ever up or need any more pics just ask. Thanks again,