|Cindy Schrieber (#47182691)|
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While researching my own family's genealogy for over 30 years I have enjoyed helping others with their family history. Documenting and remembering our past generations is a passion for me. Finding who our ancestors were, how they lived and how they helped form our family and our country is a great feeling. Keeping our lineage updated for future generations is an important step in our family heritage. I agree to transfer all of my non family records for management. After all, we are here to help one another! :^))|
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|Elise Anderson||Marie Berson Sicard|
Cindy, Thank you for the transfer of my Great Grandmother, Otilie Marie Johansen Berson aka Mary Berson Sicard!
|M. Johnson||Fortin headstone|
Just added a headstone photo for Doris and Donna Forton at Lakeside, Muskegon, MI. Not sure how Richard fits in, that's up to you?
|Farrar and related families||Samuel Blackmar|
Due to age or weather conditions, perhaps the 112 year old stone was destroyed. I do not know. Would you be able to take a puicture of the general area of the grave and post it to the Memorial? Perhaps you could do that picture when you are in that cemetary again. Posting such a picture as that will help to eliminate further requests for pictures of the graveswtone. I requested the person who manages the Memorial to make a note of the lack of stone on the Memorial. That will help also. Thank you, again, for your efforts.
Thank you very much for finding the right Wrights and taking the headstone photos. I appreciate it very much! :)
Added by SyersJM on Jun 14, 2012 9:05 PM
|Karon Dunifin||Photo Request|
Thank you for taking the time to look for the headstone of Carrie Rainey. I wondered if there would be one and apparently there isn't. I believe the Benjamin might have all ready been in the Grand Rapids Veterans Home/Hospital at the time of her death, he only lived a few days after her death.
Once again thank you for your time and help with this.
|Ronald Johnson||Jessie's headstone|
Thank you for taking the time to take a picture for me. It looks great!!
Hi Cindy, Thanks for the information. I am slowly going throught the cemetery taking photo's, but it takes a long time as I have to dig out a lot of the head stones as some are partially or completely buried under grass. I have only about 4 or 5 more rows to do though. Have not seen stone for John Timmer yet. By the way I see your email is dancingallery, is your husband Dana Schrieber? He had a gift & photo store with the same name. I worked with him at Howmet, we were both custodians together. Tell him I said Hi and that I'm really enjoying my retirement.
Thank you for adding the information for the Welcome's and linking them together. It is very
Added by Peggy on May 26, 2012 11:56 PM
|Paul Neis||Thanks for the Transfers!|
Thanks so much for all of your work photographing graves and putting up memorials. And of course, for the maintenance transfers.
This teamwork approach -one person locates the graves and and creates memorials, and another adds details, photos, and bio, and both get credit- is the BEST!
|Norman Dagen||Emma Jane Booker|
Cindy - thank you kindly for the photo. I never received a notification that the request had been fulfilled, so this is late in coming. I just happened to check the memorial today and found the photo.
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