|Randy Gladstone (#47094375)|
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I have a passion for linking my old photos and ads to this website. I have been researching Michigan Photographers and their locations for years. If you have ANY old photos, that you don't know what to do with, please consider donating to me and my team (we will pay your shipping). You will also get credit you on all new Michigan Photographer information. We have the largest collection of Michigan Photos and Michigan Photographers. If your family ran a photo studio between 1842 - 1920 please contact me. |
My Family Surnames: Cope, Davis, Gladstone, Hoag, Holmes, Martin, McQueen, Milner, Palmer, Pickell and Potts.
Raised in Plainfield, Livingston Co, Mich
Most time spent in Mason, Ingham Co, Mich
Photographic Historian and Coffee Roaster
~ Beaver County, PA
~ Dover Plains, Dutchess Co
~ Kortright Center, Delaware Co
~ Summit County, OH
~ VanWert County, OH
~ Wood County, OH
~ Copetown, Wentworth Co,
~ Clinton County
~ Bronson, Branch County
~ Reeman, Newago County
~ Plainfield, Livingston Co
~ Unadilla, Livingston Co
~ Lansing, Ingham County
~ Stockbridge, Ingham Co
~ Lyndon Twp, Washtenaw Co
~ Ithaca, Gratiot County
~ North Star, Gratiot Co
~ Jonesville, Hillsdale Co
~ Mosherville, Hillsdale Co
~ Raisin Center, Lenawee Co
~ Munith, Jackson Co
~ Parma, Jackson Co
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Hi Randy, Thanks for the note about possible duplicates. I entered Charles Charbonneau 2x because there are 2 entries in Mt. Olivet with different plot info. It could be a clerical error, but it might also be 2 different Charles. It is possible that Charles, who died May 7, 1900, was originally buried in Mt. Elliott and moved a few weeks later. Or I might have the wrong Charles totally.
There is also a 3rd Charles Charbonneau listed for Mt. Olivet:
Date of Interment: 05/07/1889
Cemetery: Mt. Olivet Cemetery
Location: Section 1, Tier 11, Space 317
I didn't make a memorial for him because I couldn't find any clues about him, as he isn't interred in a plot with other family members. I assume you're the person who requested a photo for Charles S. I've requested a photo for the other Charles, also. Please let me know what you find out.
In a few more days I will have no internet for a week, but rest assured that if you try to contact me and you don't hear back, I'm not ignoring you and will reply as soon as I return.
|Sandra Moore||Sitts Family Maple Grove Cemetery|
Thank you Randy for the transfers. I will take good care of them.
|eaglehart||John and Marian Severance, Walled Lake Cemetery|
Thanks very much for posting the photo of John and Marian Severance. Their son Melvin married a cousin of mine. I have now linked him to his parents. And thank you for the invaluable work that you're doing. I find that there is nothing sadder than to see "abandoned photos" in antique shops-nice to see efforts to make use of them.
|Leslie Van Nostrand||Nostrant|
George W Nostrant born on Apr 5 1827 is a child of John Nostrant Born on Oct 4 1789 Aug 10 1826 and Desire Widger Nov 20 1796 Feb 9 1881
Johannes was 69 when he died in 1826
Marytje Van Etten would of been 68 in 1827
Les Van nostrand
|Grace Younglove Hudson||Fred Fleming|
Thank you for posting the post card and the picture of the blacksmith shop. very interesting history of Lulu.
|Carol Hermann||Daniel Baker, Jr|
Thank you for creating and updating Daniel Baker's memorial.
All the best,
Thank you for deleting the duplicate of Donald Griffin.
|Adam||Ezra Bush in Plainfield|
I took a picture of Ezra T. Bush's headstone in Plainfield cemetery and posted it, but since there was a few other documents posted it doesn't show up on the first memorial page, I was wondering if you could adjust the order of the images so that its on this main memorial page.
I visited Plainfield cemetery and took photos of 59 headstones that weren't on this site. I increased the percentage of photos of headstones in the cemetery from 72% to 85%. I also found the stones of a few veterans that you had created memorials for - one I recall was W.W. Wood. I plan on going back later this year to get more photos. Thanks for everything. Adam
Added by Adam on May 03, 2015 8:59 AM
|Nancy Wagner Smith||RE: George Edgar Wagner Photo Found|
Thanks for posting this Randy. Apparently there were many of these postcard printed. I have purchased 3 for family member. It is my grandfather George and his Wagner Ice truck.
Nancy Wagner Smith
My uncle Jack owned his own photogrphy studio in Davison MI for many years.
Jack LaForest 26541943
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