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klh (#47722765)
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Bio Photo I have created memorials with the hopes of relatives taking over management of their families. To help in not making mistakes, please use the "edit" tab on each memorial that you would like transferred AND include your FAG ID#. Feel free to copy any photos that I have taken for you!
God's Blessings,

Winter is here in Michigan's Upper Peninsula so I won't be in any cemeteries until the snow melts next spring.
Photos will be retaken & replaced as I wander through the cemetery. We have an anonymous volunteer who cleans many memorials each year.

THANKS to all of you that have helped me with information & corrections.

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Cheryl Laymon
Hello KLH,

I want to add my thanks to you also, for posting the photo of who would have been my great uncle. Even more I appreciated the newspaper reference to his passing. Thank you for your good work.
Added by Cheryl Laymon on Jan 30, 2015 8:31 PM
Christina Kratky
Thank you
Hello, KLH.
My name is Christina. I want to say for you. Thank you so much for finding my great-grandpa and great-grandma's gravestone. Now I know what their gravestone looks like in Michigan. I just added a photo of my great-grandpa as chef of police with his son, Larry on it. Smile. Also, I just added new grave to, my grandpa Larry King. Larry's dad and mom are Henry and Ora. Smile thank you so much for find my great-grandpa's gravestone.
Added by Christina Kratky on Jan 01, 2015 10:46 AM
Elaine A
Charles Warne
I changed everything from your updates except his yr of birth.
One obit says he would be 24 on his next birthday....died in 1899... So I left it 1875....
Enjoy the new year! Hope we can have coffee again in the spring!
Added by Elaine A on Dec 31, 2014 3:32 PM
L Evans
RE: Alice L Long
Alice L Long
Cemetery Park sexton in Iron Mountain, Michigan & I have gone thoroughly over the records & Alice is not buried here.
He suggests you try to Sagola Cemetery, Dickinson, Michigan or Schoolcraft in Manistique for this family.

Thank you for your research on the above message. I will have to do some more research to locate her burial placement.
Added by L Evans on Dec 18, 2014 9:05 AM
Paula J. Anatra
RE: Donald Clyde Zeman
Thank You so very much for taking the time out of your very busy schedule to make those corrections that I asked for. Many Blessings to you for all you do for others! Sincerely,
Paula J. Anatra
Added by Paula J. Anatra on Nov 17, 2014 3:45 PM
Peter and Hazel (Tuschhoff) Dirksen
Thanks very much for taking the photo of this headstone, also for locating and photographing Edna Tuschhoff's headstone.
Added by LittleDutchman on Oct 27, 2014 1:36 PM
L.A. Tousignant
Henry (Tag) Tousignant - Stone
Thank You again KLH for "refreshing" my great Uncle Henry Tousignant's WWI Stone, and offering to replace the photo I had originally added to his Memorial Site. I have deleted the original so you can do so.
Thanks again,
Larry Tousignant
Added by L.A. Tousignant on Sep 28, 2014 9:25 AM
L.A. Tousignant
Narcisse Tousignant - Stone
Well Thank You KLH for cleaning my Great Grandfather's stone and offering to replace it's photo on his memorial site. I have deleted the one I had attached earlier.
Thanks Again,
Larry Tousignant
Added by L.A. Tousignant on Sep 28, 2014 9:18 AM
Sandra Elizabeth Miller
Charles Harding Stone?
I sent you a message at your email address with information about Charles Harding perhaps having a stone in the James Harding plot. Were you able to decide from my information if the stone could belong to Charles or James Harding's daughter, Gladys? Let me know and I will include the new information on the Memorial. If the stone is within the plot, it has to belong to someone, but I noticed in my Sexton's records (photocopy)that there are two rows of four graves each, not 8 grave places stretched on in a line. That could make a difference in to whom the stone belongs in the cemetery. Thank you for all you hard work!

Added by Sandra Elizabeth Miller on Sep 23, 2014 8:27 AM
RE: Hulda Lovisa Isberg Lundin
Thank you for adding the family info! If I come across more or another memorial #, I will pass it on.
Added by Picnflrz on Sep 22, 2014 11:13 AM
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