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Bonnie Hoy (#47000652)
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Sue Curtis
Hoy family
Hi Bonnie long time no talk. How have you been your daughter gave me your number but I have misplaced it. I would like to get together this summer on fine day. What do you think. I can meet you anywhere
Added by Sue Curtis on May 19, 2015 7:10 AM
Dawn M.
Thanks for linking the Pawsons together. I may have more in the future.

Added by Dawn M. on May 17, 2015 10:24 AM
Jim Moses
Maggie Davenport
Hi Bonnie,
I have a question about the memorial you posted for Maggie Davenport (# 32519178) at Tuttle Cemetery, Ionia (Ionia) MI. The wording for her memorial says she was born a Noble. I have this in my notes, too, but I would really like to know how you found that she was adopted by Charles Quigley. Your notes say her marriage license says Charles is her stepfather. Do you happen to have a copy of that? I know it is true, but haven't been able to find any proof. The copy of her marriage record I have from just shows Charles as the father, but I didn't see where it listed him as the stepfather.

Thanks very much.
Jim Moses
Added by Jim Moses on May 14, 2015 8:57 AM
Carol Hermann
Harold Graham & Charles Graham
Thank you for creating and updating the memorials for Harold & Charles Graham.

All the best,

Carol Hermann
Added by Carol Hermann on May 13, 2015 4:46 PM
Kay King
Addison Strong
Are you related to this person? I will delete my memorial since it is a duplicate and you have more information, but if you are related, be aware that there were other Strongs buried nearby in that cemetery whose information I didn't copy down. You might want to contact the cemetery for more info if you are related.

- Kay (mine, now deleted) (yours)
Added by Kay King on May 10, 2015 5:15 PM
Sharon Wood
Steven Schott
Disreguard. You are right. I am wrong.
Added by Sharon Wood on May 09, 2015 7:45 AM
Sharon Wood
Steven Schott
According to the headstone.
Added by Sharon Wood on May 09, 2015 7:33 AM
Ken Brown
RE: Madora
Hi Bonnie

I have six spouses for Jennie Madora "Dora" Dyer. Five of them you have, but there's at least one more.

When Dora married Loren Huber her name was "Dora Crane" mn [maiden name] Udora Dyer.

I can find no record of Dora's marriage to Crane, but I don't doubt the original marriage record for Dora and Loren.

The marriage would have taken place between 1870 (when Dora and William Lee were recorded in the 1870 census) and 1876 (when Dora married Loren Huber).

Dora divorced Milton H Moore on 19 Nov 1898 for 'cruelty.'

Ken Brown
Added by Ken Brown on May 03, 2015 11:17 AM
lori russell
Thompson and Nodine Help !
Charles J Thompson was born in 1870's I thought in Lowell, MI. There is a Perry C, Luella R, with Louisa Thompson and George W Thompson. Why is there a big connection there??
Added by lori russell on Apr 24, 2015 7:00 PM
lori russell
Thompson, Nodine, Gristwood history from Fenwick,MI
I am searching my grandparents from Fenwick, Michigan. Great grandpa is Charles James Thompson and Olive Thompson (NEE Sherman) It states that George W Thompson and Louisa Nodyne are his parents. They were in the lumber and coal business in Fenwick. I see lots of Ira, Olives, Eunice, Charity, names when I search his name. George's. What is his real last name? How many times was he married? I think they are from New York too? Not certain. I am seeing a Simeon W Gristwold or Gristwood for being married to E. Louisa Nodyne or Nodine? Any help would be great. They were the 1st settlers in Fenwick, MI !
Added by lori russell on Apr 24, 2015 6:56 PM
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