#131907273 Donald T. Gailey, you have him noted in Peck, Mi Mt. Hope/St. John cemetery and he should be in Croswell, Mi St.Patrick/Mt. Hope cemetery. Can you change this to the correct cemetery as I talked with his widow and she confirmed its Croswell, Mi. Thank You. LuAnn McIntire
RE: Sterling Center Cemetery I just seen your post from a year ago. I live within walking distance to this cemetery. I will be looking into the name you have mentioned and will also look for it in the cemetery. This is a name that I have not heard before but does not mean they aren't there. A new venture for me. I will pass along any information that I find on your ancestor.Here is the website for the cemetery http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~nycayuga/cem/cem223.htm There are quite a few "Gailey's" listed. although no William. I will search the actual cemetery. http://www.sterlinghistoricalsociety.org/
RE: Sterling center cemetery I really don't recall. I went there because there were about 20 requests backed up, but while I spent a couple hours walking the whole cemetery, I was focused on the names listed in the requests. Not sure when I'll get back there again as its more than an hours drive from me one-way.
RE: Foster's in Oaklawn Cemetery Stockbridge MI It is a 2003 transcript of Oaklawn Cemetery done by Dutch Ramsdell. It is available through the Stockbridge Area Genological/historical Society. You can find it on there web page. It is $20 for non-members and $15 for members. Hoping to have mine this week.
RE: Foster's in Oaklawn Cemetery Stockbridge MI Hi, got your e-mail about the grave locations of the Foster's, I do't remember exactly where the grave is but I do have a book on order from the historical society that should have the grave location on it an I will gladly let you know as soon as the book gets here. Ruth