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I have been researching our families since the 1970's. I am elated to be part of the loving findagrave internet community. These past years I have received blessings from so many of you through the tombstone photos taken and posted online. Many of these are of graves I will never have an opportunity to see in person. Thank-you!
"And which of you by being anxious can add a single cubit to his life's span? Matthew 6:27
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|Law-Miller Roots||RE: Melvin Drake|
You're quite welcome! I also added photos for their son, Ernest, and his wife, Mabel, who were buried in the same location. Have a good evening.
|MFC||RE: Solomon Fisher|
Took a better photo of Solomon's monument today. Will get posted soon. Have you checked ou the book that is the history of Dekalb County published in 1885? One can find online, I think. Perhaps it has a history of Dr. Snyder and his families. It appears from the censuses that Calista and Dr. Snyder had at least one child?
Added by MFC on Apr 12, 2015 3:35 PM
|MFC||RE: Harriet Fisher|
I will try at a a later time to get a better photo of Solomon's stone. A bit tricky as that kind of stone always has a glare no matter what the lighting is like. Most on that side of the cemetery, too, face west. His sits on a corner at an angle facing NE!
Added by MFC on Apr 12, 2015 7:44 AM
|Marlene Andes||HARTSVILLE CENTER CEMETERY|
You put a posting that you are looking for photos for the Hartsville Center Cemetery. Go to this link and I have a "virtual" map on my website which contains most of the graves in our cemetery http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~manymiles/index.htm
I am the Secretary for this cemetery and also have seven generations of ancestors buried here. Some of which are the ones you are requesting. Hope this helps
|Tom Cornell||RE: Canadian Cornells|
This Daniel is among my unknowns:
Daniel Cornwall was listed in a census of those having emigrated from the American states between Aug. 1786 and Aug. 1787. His family had no males over 16 (It's uncertain how this accounts for him.), 3 males under 16 and 3 females. He was a "cordwainer (one who works in cordovan leather, i.e. a shoemaker)."
Comfort, M.E., "Disbanded Troops," p. 231
|Tom Cornell||Canadian Cornells|
My specialty is Canadian Cornells, and I ran across yours in Lapeer County. Most of those I've researched are between Windsor and Toronto on the east with the exception of a family in Leeds County.
Hastings is above Prince Edward County where I know a group of Loyalist Cornells located. Just wonder if yours might be part of them? There was another Loyalist group in Missisquoi Co., Quebec.
Do you suppose the Chatham you mentioned in the obit for Elias was the one in Kent Co., Ontario and not too far east of Windsor. Kent and Essex Cos. have a bunch of loyalist Cornwalls who are part of the US Cornell family.
|gaye dillon||RE: Jane Blease Weeks|
your very welcome
|Jeanie Brown||Ethel Roth Shimel memorial, Fairview Cemetery Manton, MI|
I was responding to a request for grave photos on the Roth family. Evidently, while trying to fill in Memorials for everyone in that plot, I added Ethel's duplicate. Thank you for bringing that to my attention. I have deleted the duplicate. If there are any memorials, which I have posted, that you relate to, I will be happy to transfer them to your care. Jeanie Brown
|RLKosters||RE: Milton Morse Perry|
Judith please fell free to use any information on here that you want. I will send you a pdf copy later this week.
|RLKosters||RE: Milton Morse Perry|
Hello Judith, I'm not related to Milton, just an avid Grand Rapids History person. I bought this letter on ebay because I collect GR memorabilia,and did some research to find out who wrote it. I would be glad to send you a copy of the letter if you are interested?
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