|Ancestral Sleuth||Slaughter family|
Are you still active on Find A Grave by any chance? I would love to talk to you about the Slaughter family tree. We are distant cousins. I look forward to your reply.
|J B||RE: Phillip Vedder death date request|
Good luck with your search. If I come across any additional information I will send it to you.
Added by J B on Dec 02, 2012 7:31 PM
|carolynne kelly||William Ervin|
Thank you so much for taking the time, to take a photo of my grandfathers grave. It was just this morning, when I told my husband of a funny story about him. He is greatly missed.
I truely appreciate your kindness.
Many thanks...if you would like me to 'doctor' the photos...and then post them...i would be more than happy to do that...
Added by Dave V on Mar 02, 2012 10:40 AM
|Laura E||Dolores Heins|
Thank you so much for obtaining the photo of my cousin's grave. I truly appreciate it.
Added by Laura E on Mar 01, 2012 4:32 PM
Thank you for the opportunity to add to Lottie Slaughter Cain's memorial. I have added the links and other information you provided. If this is a family member of yours, I will happily transfer to your care as I am not related. Just let me know through the Edit tab on the memorial. Thanks again.
Added by AJ on Feb 27, 2012 10:45 AM
|J B||Phillip Vedder death date request|
Since the marker at County Line Cemetery is in very poor condition and the death date is not readable in the photo, perhaps the following is the information you are looking for.
Found in "History of Washtenaw County, Michigan"; Chicago: Chas. C. Chapman & CO., 1881; page 593 is:
"Phillip Vedder, born in New York; died in Augusta Dec. 15, 1879, aged 91".
County Line Cemetery is bordered on the north by Augusta Township, Washtenaw County, MI(the location of death listed)so perhaps he is the Phillip Vedder buried there.
Added by J B on Jan 27, 2012 2:42 PM
Take a look at Marble Park Cemetery and the Bordines I found.
|C. Cunkle||RE: Ethel Torrance|
Give me a week, but there were more Bordines at Marble. I will go back and take those pictures.
|C. Cunkle||RE: Bert William Ward Torrance|
See previous message sent on his wife. Her stone shows only Ethel M and note the dates.
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