I found a note that William Lewis and his wife Eleanor (Staight) Lewis are buried in in the abandoned Lewis/Norman Cemetery now on private land. There is a stone there to a Lewis Union soldier killed in the Civil War. (From Winter 2010 newsletter of MI soc SAR by Gerald Burkland. IS that the Lewis Cemetery on Find a Grave or a different Cemetery?
Added by DKMac on Nov 09, 2016 12:09 PM
|Fran Wheeler||Lewis Family|
May I use your pictures for my tree? My grandmother was a Lewis. Thank you.
|Suzy Lloyd||Noah Jackson Houck|
I was wondering if you could tell me who Noah Jackson Houck's parents are? My maternal grandmother was a Houck and most of her people are buried there in Gallia County. We are also related to the Lewis family you have researched.
Thank you for your help,
Suzy Wanner Lloyd
Find A Grave Contributor
|Rita Taylor||uncle Ode (Orie)|
I am Beatrice's daughter. I questioned the info on Uncle Ode. I think the info the lady sent me was the location where his final SS check was sent. It connected with Ernie Watson's residence. Was he the overseer of Uncle Ode? I will remove the incorrect info on him. I would love to have a copy of the death certificate. Thanks for all you do onthe family history.
|Geniereese||RE: Miche Martin|
Thanks so much!
|Marci Cranston Hess||Wilma Houck|
Thanks for the nice photo!
Thank you so much for the photo of the gravestone for Miche Martin. May I have permission to use your photo in my family tree files?
|Mike Brown||Isaac Thornton grave|
Thank you very much for the grave photo of Isaac and Mary Thornton! Sure appreciate it. I'm suspecting that with the name Houck, you also connect into the Thorntons somewhere along the way, right?