Charles W Rulison Hello Ant Di The stone at Chas Rulison's memorial #80916992 is actually that of his father Charles Rulison 1806-1850, who is in the same cemetery. I added the correct stone but do not know how to remove his father. Thank you for your help. Leigh :)
Thank You! I wanted to thank you for the photos you took for the Blackinton, Willett, and Gillies families earlier this week. The photos look great and make a nice addition to each memorial. I really appreciate the time and effort you spent to get and post these photos. Thank you very much!
Ewer & Daytons Hi! Thanks for Jonathan's photo. What kind of error did you notice on Polly's death date? I don't have an official record on that one. The information I have is basically the one from this memorial. I do know that Maria Dayton died in 1874, but she was Jonathan's third wife. Is she the one buried in Flint?
Regarding the Ewers, The ones I have are both named Alfred. One was born in 1808 and the other on 1835. They may have been named Alford. If the birth dates match or are close, these could be the same ones.
My Reid Family Photos Thank you so kindly for the photographs... Especially the one of the child Margaret. I knew about her but had no idea where she died or was buried. They actually lived most of their married life in Elgin, IL but Emily's family is from Michigan.
Might I ask...could you send the data on the stone? I cannot read the headstones. I have been looking for years for Ella's complete death date and your help would be most welcome! I hope Ella's sister Anna, Charles Wesley Rulison's second wife, is included in the plot.
If there are front shots available, maybe I could read them...not sure.
Saxton/White Dear Ant, thank you so much for the photos of the gravestones for Herman Saxton and Walter White. I real appreciate your time on this. By any chance do you recall if their spouses had headstones? Take care, Duff