|Robert Taylor (#47630224)|
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I started my family tree in Ancestry.Com in 2010 when we had to put my 83 year old father in a nursing home with later stage dementia. He passed away in October 2011. The documents and pictures I found in my grandmother's trunk started my quest to "find out more about our family history". I have found many descendents on mine and my wife's branches except for the Taylor branch. My Dad's father left when he was two and I have not been able to find much information. The Find A Grave site has saved me a lot of traveling. Also if I add a picture of a headstone on Find A Grave I do not claim a copy write to that picture, it belongs to the family and history. I'm only a tool to help connect families with their own histories.|
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|Gayl||RE: Udina Cemetery|
Thanks for your very good question! A few years ago I created on my computer a "map" with lot numbers for Udina Cemetery. You have prompted me to finally scan it as a jpeg and put it on findagrave's home page for Udina. You'll need to double click to enlarge to make it readable. Please let me know if you think my "map" is helpful - any suggestions for improvement are appreciated. And you are quite correct, the lot numbers are not all in a logical order!
Added by Gayl on Dec 24, 2012 12:39 PM
|Barbara Hughes||Evelyn Jones|
Thank you so much for the photo of Evelyn's grave marker. She was my mother's cousin and vaguely remember meeting her.
Thank you. Happy holidays
|Richard Boutwell||RE: Lucinda Hammond|
Many thanks for adding the names on the small stones. That helped flesh out the family immensely..Thanks for all you did!
Many thanks for all your troubles...
|Mark Greinke||RE: Vincent Skonieczny|
Thank you very much Robert. I can't explain how appreciative I am for you to take the time to look for my great grandfathers grave.
|mjg||RE: Walter Sutfin|
Thank you for tying to find Walter's stone for me.
When I was in Dundee several years ago, I photographed stones for the other Sutfins that I was looking for, but at that time didn't know that Walter had been returned to Dundee for burial. I just learned this several weeks ago when I sent for his Michigan Death Certificate.
The card file in the Dundee Historical Society may have a card on Walter that would give a lot and row number for him. I found cards for some other people there.
I appreciate your offer to use the photos you took make memorials for the other Sutfin stones, but I am not ready to do that just now and will have the photos I took several years ago to use when I am ready.
I volunteer to photograph in the state where I live and I know how much harder it is when there is not a lot or row number to work from. I also know how big the Dundee Township Cemetery West is so walking the whole thing would be quite a chore. I will understand if you want to abandon the search if the card file doesn't have a listing for him.
Again thank you for being so willing to help.
Added by mjg on Oct 17, 2012 12:51 PM
|casey||RE: Mary Johnson|
That's wonderful! Best of luck to you
Added by casey on Sep 24, 2012 8:50 PM
Thank you for capturing the headstone pics ;)
Thank you very much for the photos of the Eineke grave markers. I really appreciate them.
|Thucydides||RE: Eineke Headstone|
Thank you very much for your efforts with the Eineke family plot photos. I have created memorials for Madge, Jean and Charles, and I have linked them together. I look forward to the photos when you upload them.
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