|Jenny Griffin (#47035409)|
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|I like doing genealogy. My family comes from Michigan, Canada, Indiana, New York, & Vermont.|
I have put 2 cemeteries on Find A Grave & hope to add more.
My Surnames; GOSS, DAWSON, WHITMAN, DEAN, HOLCOMB, SMITH, COLLIGAN
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|sharon cartwright||RE: Sarah Colgrove Artlip|
thanks so much for the additional information, I need to make some changes. sharon
|Lisa Tanner||RE: Eliza Permelia Smith Whitman|
I think we may have shared some family info years ago concerning the Smith & Storms family in Bridgeton. I don't see a memorial for CHARLES N. SMITH who is husband of ELLEN JANE SMITH both buried in Bridgeton. I am including this obit. I hope to come up there this summer to take some photo's myself. Charles & Ellen are my gr-grandparents.
Charles N. Smith died at his home, 60 Webster St., Grand Rapids, Michigan, Monday, May 6th, 1907; age 70 years, 4 months, 23 days, of chronic bronchitis.
Deceased was born at Albany, NY, he moved with his parents overland to Canada, afterwards moving to Jackson, Michigan, Kalamazoo, Alpine and Plainfield. When he was eighteen he located at Bridgeton, Michigan, where he married Ellen Smith. To this union six children were born. His wife Ellen died June 2nd 1895. He was married September 15, 1901 to Mrs. Susan Babcock at Grand Rapids, Michigan, residing there until his death.
A funeral sermon was preached Wednesday afternoon,, May 8th, the Rev. McNemer of the Scribner St. Baptist church officiating. His remains were taken by train Thursday a.m. to Grant, and a second sermon was preached at the Sand Creek schoolhouse Thursday at 2:30. He was laid to rest beside his wife Ellen in the family plot. He is survived by his six children: Leon Smith, of Garfield twp, Jessie, of Northern Michigan. Mrs. Wm. Garvey of Muskegon; Mrs. J. Chittister of Muskegon, Clark of Ashland twp, and Earl of Muskegon, also the second wife and three step-children.
He was a man of good habits; kind to his family, and was loved by all who knew him
|PonemahPat||RE: Berard Hamel|
there are correlations but I do not have complete information to match. I would like to look at Bernard's marriage record if you have it since your referred to it. Israel's daughter was Mary Catherine Hamel died Oct 26, 1938 but I have Dearborn Michigan born 1870 Ontario Canada. I would like to look into this further
|PonemahPat||RE: Bernard Hamel|
Do you have any information on Bernard Hamel's Find a Grave Memorial # 28823768 father Oliver Hamel? Is he at the same cemetery?
|Douglas Day||RE: RE; Clara Morgan Colligan|
If the snow ever goes away, I will go over and take another look - as much as we have had so far in December, it may take until mid-June before it all melts!!
|Joan Kinney Timmer||RE: John W. Morgan|
Please send your request thru the EDIT phase so I will have both the memorial number of your gr-grandfather and your number.
|Douglas Day||RE: Clara Morgan Colligan|
I cannot say for sure where Clara Colligan is buried. The only information I have is from the death certificate, so it is possible that she is buried at St. Bart's. I have photographed that cemetery also and did not find a marker for here there. If you find anything definitive let me know and I will change it. I have added to the memorial that it is possible she is buried at St Bart's.
|jamerichy||Wilma L. Ross Harkness|
Just as an information update, I added a new memorial for Wilma L. Ross Harkness (# 122074606) and linked it to her mother Emma E. Whitman Ross and father Asa E. Ross, which are memorials you created.
Thanks for creating them!
|Julie Rasmussen||RE: Elliot Griffin|
Thanks for that information. I have since found more information and Sarah is family, the daughter-in-law of James B. and Emeline (Davis) Griffin, married to their son Elliot E. Griffin.
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