Thank you for the Simonson family pic you just posted. Anna Odella was my grandma, and I've just begun poking around regarding my "roots." What a treasure! Again, thank you! 😊
Added by Jeanne on Apr 21, 2016 7:56 AM
|Catherine Clemens Sevenau||Ezra Joseph Chamberlin, Parshalville Cemetery|
Back working on these Chamberlins. Somehow Ezra's page was deleted so I just readded it. 154330690
On memorial 88965766 is the headstone for Ezra along with the child Ezra's headstone. Could you take the one dated 1846 - 1902 off that page and move it to 154330690. Thank you, Catherine
Sorry I don't we inherited a lot of memorials and then decided to rephotograph the whole cemetery just to make certain everyone there was represented.
|Catherine Clemens Sevenau||Mark Henry Chamberlain|
Betsy, there were three pages for Mark Chamberlain. I'm whittling them down to one. You have uploaded a very good headstone photo on his page 120891626. That page is going to be deleted. Could you move it over or add it to his page 120891626. Thank you, Catherine 47082189
|Sheila||RE: Tom O'Toole|
I'm glad the info. was available for you. I was just working on an email to you and will send thru Tom's memorial.
Added by Sheila on Jun 23, 2015 10:47 PM
Glad to transfer to your care Betsy. Best wishes.
Added by Sheila on Jun 22, 2015 5:55 PM
|M R McMullin||RE: Young transfer|
You are very welcome!
|kaj9488||RE: Hansen transfer|
The transfers are made. For future reference:
If you request transfers through the edit tab, other information, the memorial manager also gets your member ID with the request and does not have to figure out what it is.
Added by kaj9488 on Jun 20, 2015 11:54 AM
|Ginger Carrick||RE: Emma Young|
Wow . . . do you know how much I have tried to reach you? Please send me an email at GCarr44248@aol.com as I would love to share some more info with you. I visited your mom pretty regularly before she passed. I heard that her memorial was going to be later and was hoping you would let me know if you were here in Michigan. Hope you find some time to email me, so we can catch up.
|David Richardson||RE: John Salmon grave|
No problem...glad you enjoyed it. The Livingston County Historical Society and SAR put that stone there and had a dedication for him and a few others a few years back. This cemetery is closest to the western most battle site of the American Revolution.
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