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Carol Baldwin (#47014410)
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I am looking for my family. I am doing a family tree and I need to check grave sites to find out where my ancestors are buried. I am 66 years old, my maiden name is Sovey. I live in a small town in the thumb area of Michigan.
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Warren Coon
RE: Carolyn Hoffman
I don't know if this will help
William C. Turner.
A wish that he might die in his
old home was fulfilled when William
C. Turner, Ellington Township
farmer, walked to the residence
he occupied in earlier days,
and now the home of his niece,
Mrs. Louis Honold, near Ellington
Corners, sat down in a chair and
nn.~ ~w~v_ Death which occarrcd
'at 8:00 a. m. on Thursday,
March 14, was caused by apoplexy.
William C. Turner, son of the
late Henry and Lavance Turner,
was born in Wayne County, Michigan,
August 9, 1869. He was
united in marriage with ~iss Mary
Fraser March 28, 1894, and to this
union was born one daughter,
Emma (Mrs. Henry Hoffman) now
of Ferndale. Mrs. Turner died
July 22, 1929.
July 18, 1934, he was united in
marriage with Mrs. Alma Mudge.
He has lived in Ellington and A1-
met Townships since coming to
Tuscola County as a small boy.
He leaves to mourn their loss,
his widow, Mrs. Alma Turner;
daughter, Mrs. Hoffman; one brother,
Marshall Turner, of Care; one
grandson, James, and four granddaughters,
Virginia, Madetine,
Eleanor and Carolyn Hoffman; <( Your Hoffman )
nieces and nephews.
Burial was in Almer Cemetery.
Dr. Ray Willson had charge of
the funeral Services, assisted by
Roy. Arthur Howard and singers
at the Sutton Church.
Relatives and friends from Detroit,
Ferndale, Decker, Marlette,
Cass City, Care, Flint and Regina,
Sask., attended the :service.
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Elliott, Mrs.
D. C. Elliott, Mrs. James MeCrea,
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Blades went
from Cass City to attend the
Mr. Turner was Mrs. MeCrea's brother-in-law.

1929 Cass City
Added by Warren Coon on Mar 31, 2013 4:10 AM
Warren Coon
RE: Carolyn Hoffman
Sorry Love to be able help you, I don't live in the Flint area anymore, Live currently in N.Y State, The Hoffman I've posted died when I lived in Michigan
Added by Warren Coon on Mar 28, 2013 6:32 PM
Warren Coon
Caroline Hoffman
Flint memorial park monument
Could you redo Caroline Hoffman and Put that Hoffman in her Madien name
Added by Warren Coon on Sep 14, 2011 1:51 AM
j wyke
Sauve photos
congrats on going to the cemetary,now the secret is trying to figure out how the heck to load those digital pics here as a memorial.YOU GO GIRL!!!!
Added by j wyke on Oct 23, 2009 2:57 AM
j wyke
Carol ; thank you for the token
Carol; thank you for the token that you left at my Fathers'memorial you will never know how much it means to us.
Added by j wyke on Aug 19, 2009 5:12 PM
mike monsoor
go to my friends and family he is listed
Added by GIRLIE430/THUNDERBOLT on Aug 16, 2009 6:49 PM
Mike Monsoor,

Was Awarded "The Congressional Medal Of Honor" Last Week,

For Giving His Life In Iraq, As He Jumped On, And Covered With His Body, A Live Hand Grenade,

That Was Accidentally Dropped By A Navy Seal,

Saving The Lives Of A Large Group Of Navy Seals That Was Passing By!


During Mike Monsoor's Funeral,

At Ft. Rosecrans National Cemetery, In San Diego, California.

The Six Pallbearers Removed The Rosewood Casket From The Hearse,

And Lined Up On Each Side Of Mike Monsoor's Casket,

Were His Family Members, Friends, Fellow Sailors, And Well-wishers.

The Column Of People Continued From The Hearse, All The Way To The Grave Site.

What The Group Didn't Know At The Time Was,

Every Navy Seal

(45 To Be Exact)

That Mike Monsoor Saved That Day Was Scattered Through-Out The Column!


As The Pallbearers Carried The Rosewood Casket

Down The Column Of People To The Grave Side.

The Column Would Collapse.

Which Formed A Group Of People That Followed Behind.


Every Time The Rosewood Casket Passed A Navy Seal,

He Would Remove His Gold Trident Pin From His Uniform,

And Slap It Down Hard,

Causing The Gold Trident Pin To Embed Itself

Into The Top Of The Wooden Casket!

Then The Navy Seal Would Step Back From The Column, And Salute!


Now For Those,

(And Me)

Who Doesn't Know What A Trident Pin Is, Are What It Looks Like?

Here Is The Definition And Photo!


After One Completes The Basic Navy Seals Program Which Lasts For Three Weeks,

And Is Followed By Seal Qualification Training,

Which Is 15 More Weeks Of Training,

Necessary To Continue Improving Basic Skills And To Learn New Tactics And Techniques,

Required For An Assignment To A Navy Seal Platoon.

After successful completion,

Trainees Are Given Their Naval Enlisted Code,

And Are Awarded The Navy Seal Trident Pin.

With This Gold Pin They Are Now Officially Navy Seal's!

It Was Said,

That You Could Hear Each Of The 45 Slaps From Across The Cemetery!

By The Time The Rosewood Casket Reached The Grave Site,

It Looked As Though It Had A Gold Inlay From The 45 Trident Pins That Lined The Top!

This Was A Fitting End To An Eternal Send-Off For A Warrior Hero!

This Should Be Front-Page News!

Instead Of The Garbage We Listen To And See Every Day.

Here's A Good Idea!

Since The Main Stream Media Won't Make This News.

Then We Choose To Make It
Added by GIRLIE430/THUNDERBOLT on Aug 15, 2009 1:06 PM
Added by GIRLIE430/THUNDERBOLT on Aug 14, 2009 11:02 PM
Added by GIRLIE430/THUNDERBOLT on Aug 12, 2009 10:42 PM

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