|Leanne M. Meyer (#47177893)|
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|My interest in genealogy started late in life even though my Mother did it for over 40 years.|
I found it interesting, but was not much interested until a cousin started asking me questions I could not answer. So I went to the boxes of paper my Mom left me and started sorting and entering the information in to program. Well you know the rest of the story!
When My poor Mom started gathering all her family history, there was not computers to go to for help. She made many trip across the county to find her information and even a trip to England to try and trace my Grandmother's family.
All interesting, but very tedious work, but she made it much easy for me, all I had to do was sort through hundreds of pieces of paper work and organize it into a program. Thanks Mom!
My family tree consist of Wemple, Dakin, Denstaedt, Meyer, Keller, Fliemen, Boone & Froom families. Lots of German and lots of dutch. What a combo!
REMINDER: "Federal copyright laws prohibit the coping of photographs without the original photographers written consent, which must be provided prior to the duplication"
All OF THE FAG MEMORIALS I MANAGE ARE FAMILY. THE PHOTOS AND ALL MY RESEARCH ARE COPYRIGHTED. PLEASE DO NOT COPY OR STEAL ANY OF IT!
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|Stacey Croft||Jean Vandenberg Hart|
Hi Leanne! I transferred Jean so you can make any changes you like.
|Ken Rouston||Elmwood Denstaedts|
Leanne, I have three photographs of headstones belonging to Denstaedt family members at Elmwood Cemetery in Detroit. I did not find any of the three listed on Find A Grave. John J Denstaedt 1842-1927, Anna M Denstaedt 1847-1913, and Harry B Denstaedt 1868-1907. If you would like to create memorials, I can add the photographs. The headstones appear to have been cleaned by someone fairly recently. Ken
|Stacey Croft||Jean Vandenberg|
I have an obituary for Jean Hart, the daughter of John W. Vandenberg, Sr (49802925) and Harriet "Hattie" VanLente Vandenberg (49802912). If you are interested I can send you a copy of the obit. It does not specify her final resting place, but you could still create a memorial for her and link her to her parents. She married Harry Kirby Hart in Michigan. They lived in Niagara Falls, New York and also Miami, Florida. I have their Marriage License also if you are interested in that. If you are not interested let me know and I will create a memorial for her as I am going to create one for Harry Kirby Hart, her spouse, who is my relation.
|N. Sharlene (Rice) Kent||Custers............|
You echo my life and my mom's right down to the time lines.
...I too have cases of paper and spindles of cd's....now to organize it all.
NICE TO HEAR
EMERY FREER & ELSIE JESSE
ELSIE IS MY GRANDMA LUELLA'S SISTER
CHRIS 473 473 56
WHATS THE CONNECTION TO OUR FAMILY OUR YOU?
Added by Chris on Aug 10, 2013 7:36 PM
|Douglas Day||Re: Melvin Williams 74792697|
Father's memorial - Michael 115080081 has been deleted by contributor, therefore cannot link.
|JillW||Dakin - Woodmere Cemetery|
Homer Glen Dakin is buried with Edna T Dakin. I was confused because Homer's memorial page states he was married to Clara R Dakin. So I did some research to see if this was the same Homer, and it is. I hope you don't mind. Info for Clara R Dakin (Feb 22, 1886 Flint, MI - Apr 15, 1930 Highland Park, Wayne Co MI), Mother Jennie L Robertson (Sep 4, 1959 - Sep 8, 1881 Macomb, MI), Father Daniel Strong (b. Nov 1852 - ?). Homer's parents Austrilla M and James W Dakin. All five (Austrilla, James W, Clara, Daniel and Jennie are all buried in Gracelawn Cemetery in Flint, Genesee County, MI #810 789-5500.
Added by JillW on Jul 21, 2013 5:29 PM
|herb & Cindy||would you like|
would you like the boon' s i will give them to there my fam.. to but not close your last name tells me your Fam...To Herb
Odd her obituary doesn't mention her burial. I will assume she is there unless I hear from you. Best, Suzanne
Added by Suzanne on Jul 09, 2013 4:31 PM
|Scout's Mom||RE: Carl Meyer|
There wasn't a memorial, so I made one and added the photo of her stone. I will transfer her to you. Must be her. Next to her is Henry Pathuis.
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