|Sharon Brevoort (#47197701)|
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I began doing genealogical research in 1987. Since 1998, I have been a speaker to genealogical societies and the webmaster for the Genealogical Society of Washtenaw County, Michigan.|
Although my FindAGrave photographic images are not in the public domain, I authorize anyone to use them in their own family research and publications under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License so long as you attribute the source by giving the title of the photograph, my name as author, and the CC license used. (You don't need to formally request my permission.) Thanks for honoring this license!
"Christine Elsasser, Gravestone", photograph by Sharon Brevoort taken 11 Nov 2009, CC-BY-3.0
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They are buried in a section called "Mariampoler".
The photo of the monument is included to show where the name came from.
Added by Ray O on Jan 18, 2014 7:11 AM
I love the info and pics you provided for Daniel Klein. Where did you get your info? I would love any help you could offer!
He is buried at Saint James Cemetery
Saline. This is my Great, great, great grandfather. :)
|Matt W||Finkbeiners of Saint James in Saline|
Thank you very much for documenting all of these Finkbeiner graves! I grew up in Ypsilanti and had no idea I had so many relatives buried in that cemetery. Where did you get the info that isn't on the headstones? For example, I haven't found (my great-great grandmother) Caroline (Koengeter) Finkbeiner's birth date on any documents I've found so far.
Added by Matt W on Jun 30, 2013 12:44 AM
|kate||Charles H Curtis Jr.|
Thank you Sharon for linking them together. I believe Charles was born in Canton, Wayne County, Michigan. I'm not sure of what the H is either Harvey or Hutchinson. I lean towards Hutchinson. I will try to find out. I emailed you earlier but it came back to me as undeliverable.
Added by kate on Jun 21, 2013 6:21 AM
|Stephen M. Dailey||RE: Charles Hertler|
Thanks Sharon! :)
|mpgenroots||RE: Opal Edith (Blanchard) Snyder|
You're very welcome. I walked the section she is buried in about 1/3 of the way on Sunday, but didn't see it. It was such a nice day, and I needed the exercise!
|Rachel's mom||David A. Pierce|
I have transferred the management to you.
|Ray O||RE: Morris & Gussie Schapira Gravestone|
You're welcome Sharon. Thanks for the kind words.
Added by Ray O on Jan 31, 2013 8:56 PM
|Ray O||Gussie and Morris Shapira|
Sorry about the downward angle of these photos but the hedge presented a bit of a challenge.
Added by Ray O on Jan 30, 2013 2:29 PM
|Maspeth||Osaison at Mt Zion|
You are very welcome Sharon. It was my pleasure. No, I didn't see a Gisella. I don't know when I'm going back again but I will go to the office first to see an internment map of the society. Then I can pinpoint the grave. Have a graet holiday!
Added by Maspeth on Dec 14, 2012 12:26 PM
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