|K Wickman (#47254722)|
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I live in Milford Michigan. I have been doing genealogy for over 20 years on and off. Most of my ancestors are from Pennsylvania, some from New York and Ohio. They have immigrated from Russia, Poland, Switzerland, Ireland, Lithuania, Czechoslovakia, and probably England.|
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Are you related to the Bachman's. I noticed your request....Roberta
|Renee||RE: Irving Kaplan|
You are welcome
Added by Renee on Apr 25, 2015 11:41 AM
|Marcia Lynne vonGunden||Transfers & thank yous X2|
Thank you so much for your help in "reuniting" my family members...
the transferred memorials;
Emma Von Gunden Probst # 96455504
& her brother;
Thomas J. Von Gunden # 128525841
have been updated to include their parents, 9 of their 13 siblings, and 1 spouse.
I will be adding to OUR memorials as I get new information.
|Storres Myers||RE: McCloskey's|
You are welcome. The cemetery had many requests and we had a break in the weather. We could get 6 inches or more tomorrow. I didn't know about the relationship to the Hall family. That explains the monument and I know where to find them when I return.--Storres
|Wayne Andrews||George Buries|
In researching Clinton County births I found:
Burries, George William Dec 28, 1893 to John and Frances Burries Book 1 Page 27.
Frances his mother was Frances Gunsallus, daughter of Roland and Catherine (Vanatta) Gunsallus.
It appears that George used the spelling Buries for his surname. George was informant on his mother's death certificate. The last name was recorded as Burris. His sister Stella may have used Burris. His older brother Charles born 6 Jan 1891 died young and is buried inn Highland cemetery. When we get a picture of his gravestone we will know how his parents spelled the surname.
|StainlessSteel||Max Gross - Beth Shalom|
Hi I was taking photos in Beth Shalom and found a Max Gross who was born in 1890 and died 1906. I'm not sure if he's a relative of your Max Gross?
|Allison Clausen||Richard Bugbee in West Highland Cemetery|
Thank you for this photo. Even though Richard did not have a gravestone, your efforts a great help to my research of the Bugbee family and I appreciate your time. Thanks again - Allison
Thanks for your time and effort in getting the photo's requested.
Added by Jim O on Nov 13, 2014 5:06 PM
Thank you very much for the headstone photo's for Merl Rolison and his wife Marjorie and also the previous message.
Thank you for the photo for Theodore Millar and his wife Beatrice. They are greatly appreciated.
Added by Glen on Nov 12, 2014 5:20 PM
|Glen||Theodore V.S. Millar:|Added by Glen on Nov 12, 2014 5:10 PM
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