|Bonnie Painter||George Washington Smith|
My great-great grandparents were George Washington Smith, born in 1818 and his wife Elizabeth (Betsy) Vincent Smith, born in 1826. I have very little information and I wondered if this could be the grave. Elizabeth Vincent's parents were Richard James Vincent, born 1799 and Sarah Appleman Vincent, born in 1806. My Smith line is difficult to trace. Any help would be very much appreciated. Bonnie Painter
|Sandy Sutherland||Annal family|
My Great Grandmother, was sister to your Great Grandfather James Henry Allan Annal.
She is buried in the same cemetery. Jemima Annal Sutherland
|Sandra Moore||RE: Thank you!|
You're very welcomed. More than glad to do the transfer.
Best Regards, Sandra Moore
|Connie West Stewart||RE: Grace Milner Brotherton|
Good Morning Kim,
Thanks so much.
However, I am not a Quester.
I work on my own researching area families and getting information and obits. This week I have been working on the Milner family. I am related to the Brothertons through my Aseltine line.
If I can help you with your other family members. Just email.
Have a great day,
Thank you for the headstone photo of Cross, Minnie & Edward. I was visiting the area and couldn't find them myself, so glad to see you were able to!
|Sharon ||Family Headstone Photos|
Thank You so very much for adding photos of headstones, was planning on special trip for this purpose. You did a beautiful job ! Thank You
Added by Sharon on Jul 12, 2013 10:56 PM
|Raymond J Brennan Jr.||Rulofson|
Hello Kim great job on all the info you have put up here!! On the Otis F Brotherton page his wife is listed as Nancy. Is there a way to link her to her parents and siblings. Her parents are in Hawley Cem in Inghan county MI as Tunis and Elizabeth Rulofson. Sister Amanda Rulofson Pope is in Fairview Cem.
Thank you very much for taking and posting a photo of Gordon and Zella's headstone photo!!
Added by MWarner on Jun 20, 2013 2:19 PM
Thanks so much for the photos!
I noticed you took photos of other graves with difficult to read headstones (glare/sunlight/plants/side way shot..etc. Thank you so much for doing that. People use headstones to verify and confirm ancestry data and that is hard to do if the headstone cannot be read.
Added by MWarner on Jun 06, 2013 12:50 PM
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