|Carol Beck||mount hope|
I've photographed almost all the markers out there. But I always go back and check - just in case. At least it was a nice day but so sorry there was no marker!
Thank you so much for the photo you have added to find a grave. I appreciate your effort. She is one of my father cousins that I remember well, and she was a great person. Thanks again. E.
Added by gsellen on May 19, 2014 1:48 PM
|gsellen||Doris Lnynch Smith|
I thank you for checking this out for me and I appreciate you trying again. I will be patient and it will be a nice surprise when it arrives. Thanks again. E.
Added by gsellen on May 06, 2014 7:17 AM
|gladwin gal||RE: Oscar and Ruth Rupp|
I have Rupp's in my Ancestry also! By way of a Edward Rupp Born: 1 Mar 1878 in Larned, KS Died: 3 Feb 1960 in Gladwin Co., MI. Who married a Ada Ann Boyce Born: 28 Nov 1883 in York Twp, Fulton Co., OH She died: 15 Oct 1964 in Gladwin Co., MI.
Note: Ada Ann (Boyce) Rupp had a Sister named Agnes Irene (Boyce) McKimmy. Both Ada & Agnes were daughters of: Stephen Boyce & Mary Henrietta (Dumaresq) Boyce of Ohio.
My McKimmy's has a lot of History in Fulton County, Ohio before migrating to Adrian, Lenawee Co., MI then up to Gladwin Co., MI.
|Timothy Tumbrink||RE: Fred & Emma Brandhorst|
I am with you 100%. Some people on Find A Grave are nothing more than people that want to tally up their numbers and enter limited information with their memorials. I am currently in the process of entering all of the Saint Louis Police Officers' that have died in the "Line of Duty" and the retiree's.
If at all possible, I try and "link" the families to every memorial.
Thanks for your help.
|s schmidt||RE: Hubingers|
No problem. I was at Roselawn taking other pictures and ran across the name. I had grown up in Birch Run where a Chet Hubinger ran a grocery store. It was pretty old fashioned with walk in cooler for soda and ice cream, lots of fun in those days of no air conditioning. Anyways I had to take the pic just because.
Links to parents have been added. Thank you for your help!
Added by Lynn on Mar 09, 2013 12:12 PM
|zumatmk5||RE: Harold & Lisette Haumesser|
No problem at all. The county genealogy website has done most of the work already. They have a listing and map of the placement of most of the graves in the county.
So glad I could help you out.
Added by zumatmk5 on Feb 17, 2013 4:52 PM
|Jerry Huffman||RE: Maryalice Albrecht|
You are very welcome.
I received your email.....
|RobMinteer57||St Johns/Elwood mix-up|
Thanks for alerting me to the fact that these two cemeteries are right next to each other. I deleted the rest of the duplicates--surprisingly not all that many--and put in a request to have the rest transferred so they'll be listed in the correct place.
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