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RE: Percy George Hook Robinson Thank you so much for the quick reply. Marshall was Percy's youngest son and Collnetta is Marshall's wife. If you have a picture of Percy I would love to have a copy. His daughter married one of my first cousins when he was the minister at Trinity church on Mackinac Island.
Percy George Hook Robinson Hi, I see you have a memorial for Collnetta LaFrance Robinson in St. Stephens Cemetery. I am looking for the grave of her father in-law Percy GH Robinson and believe he may also be buried at the same cemetery as he was the rector for a while at St. Stephens. Is there any way you could find out if he is indeed buried there. He was born in 1855 and died on Mackinac Island in 1925 where he was rector of Trinity Episcopal Church. His death record does not list a place of burial. Thank you for any help you are able to give. Meg
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Elijah Goodell at Elmwood Cemetery Hi Tom, Do you by chance have a larger picture of the monument that is sitting adjacent to Elijah's stone? I can read that it says "May A, wife of," which I find peculiar, because his wife was Axy/Achsah/Eche. Do you know if there are any other Goodells buried near him?