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danelle (#47461244)
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USA Grannie
William Walter Chipps
hi, a death certificate has been added for William Walter Chipps in Chief Schonchin Cemetery, Karol
Added by USA Grannie on Sep 29, 2013 12:58 PM
Henry Dye
new posting requested
I am trying to find the grave of Martina Moore who is supposed to be buried in Woodlawn Memorial Gardens. Her date of death is 1/26/2002. If you can locate this grave, will you post the picture. Thank you.

Henry Dye
Added by Henry Dye on Feb 24, 2013 11:20 AM
USA Grannie
RE: Deckers at Schonchin Cemetery
You are very welcome, I go out to the cemeteries each spring and fall and check for new markers, check back occasionly for a new one, Grannie
Added by USA Grannie on Mar 20, 2012 11:46 AM
Rita Hagerty
RE: Hannah Decker
You can check the postings I did today for the following Decker family members: Eliza, Mary Thornton, George, Chas. A., John K., W.H.H., Sarah E. and Anna E.
Added by Rita Hagerty on Oct 27, 2011 3:37 PM
Diane Blair
RE: Jeremiah McAuliffe

I don't have a photograph. I found out this information through research.

Added by Diane Blair on Oct 11, 2011 7:33 PM
RE: Joseph Dew
You are very welcome Danelle, I posted a photo of(I believe)his wife Winifred as she was on the other side of Joseph's stone.If you would like me to transfer it to you please let me know.
Added by SteveDM on Oct 09, 2011 5:52 AM
lil' buddy
RE: David Arthur Ware
you're welcome....glad i could help.
Added by lil' buddy on Oct 06, 2011 1:16 PM
Chuck Seyferth
RE: Thank you!
You're welcome Danielle,
It was very difficult to read, due to it's age and loss of moss on it. The headstone appears to me, to be a Civil War Monument. I was able to make out DAN'L O'CONNELL, what appears to be Co. F below his name, and below that 15th MICH INF.

An online search of the National Park Service's CIVIL WAR SOLDIERS and SAILORS SYSTEM confirms that a Daniel O'Connell did indeed serve in the 15 Michigan Infantry, Company F. as a Private.

Another website dedicated to the 15th Mich Infantry, confirms that 50 year old Daniel O'Connell from Deerfield served in that unit.
Added by Chuck Seyferth on Sep 13, 2011 8:41 AM
RE: Alonzo Corprew
thank you so much.
Added by felicia on Jun 07, 2011 2:40 PM
RE: Alonzo Corprew
thank you so much
Added by felicia on May 11, 2011 2:36 PM
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