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mulrichosc (#47861915)
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Bio Photo I descend from the:

ULRICHS of Baden-Wurttemberg and Hesse, Germany; Berks County, Pennsylvania; Sidney, Ohio; and Sturgis, Burr Oak, Harrietta, and Dearborn Heights, Michigan

BENFIELDS, FAUSTS, and KELLERS of Berks County, Pennsylvania

SHAFFERS of Shelby County, Ohio

SAGERS of Savanna, New York and Branch/St. Joseph Counties, Michigan

KRIBS of Ontario, Canada and Sturgis, Michigan

STATZERS of Bristol/Washington County, Virginia and Detroit, Michigan

HOCHSTADTS of Detroit, Michigan.

I decided to get more involved in Find a Grave after a long, frustrating attempt to locate ancestral grandparents who had eluded every municipal database. If only someone had made a Find a Grave memorial for them it would have saved a great deal of time and effort. I hope the memorials I've made here on Find a Grave will facilitate the search for others seeking to learn more about their family history.

Also, as I've traveled the country visiting the graves of my ancestors I've witnessed first-hand the physical decline of many older tombstones, some to the point of illegibility. I've also experienced the destruction of an ancestral family cemetery. In this respect I think the efforts of those Find a Grave contributors have a valuable place in documenting those graves before they become lost forever.

With few exceptions, all of the memorials I've created were the result of a photo I took. I'm always a little uneasy when creating a memorial for the recently deceased. Please understand their creation was meant only to honor, respect, and document their final resting place. If you are family to any of the memorials I've created and wish to assume management, nothing pleases me more than transferring a memorial to a loved one.

I am also a photo volunteer. I try my best but I'm not Ansel Adams. When satisfying a photo request I sometimes take and post more than one photo especially if the grave is in a particularly nice setting. Having served 21 years myself, the graves of my fellow veterans hold special meaning and I'll often try to include the flag if one is present. But if I've posted more photos than you want to see on a memorial you're managing, send me an email and let me know. My wife tells me sometimes I try too hard.

Finally, if I've done something on Find a Grave that's helped you in some way, a short "thank you" note left below is always appreciated.
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Messages left for mulrichosc (148)[Leave Message]
Timothy M. Coplin
Thornton photos
Thank you for your time and for providing a photos of Lyman and Susan's final resting place. I greatly appreciate it.
T.M. Coplin
Added by Timothy M. Coplin on Jul 24, 2014 2:17 PM
Mary Russell
Profile
I enjoyed your profile bio. I am doing what you do as my passion is to place people from the early 1900's on back because the information is so sparce. I search old photos, yearbooks, scrapbooks, newspapers and anything is game. I love doing it because many people do not even know who their ancestors are and wish they had asked more questions when their parents were alive. I speak personally from experience on that one. Ancestry has sure made a big difference on finding people long gone.
Added by Mary Russell on Jul 21, 2014 3:31 PM
Mary Russell
Campbell
Thank you for pointing that out. I didn't realize that you had commented.

Mary
Added by Mary Russell on Jul 21, 2014 3:27 PM
Mary Russell
Colin Campbell
Thank you so much for the photo of his. It meant a lot to me. I appreciated all the time and effort it took to do this
Mary
Added by Mary Russell on Jul 21, 2014 1:27 PM
Marcia DeHaven
lErnst pictures
Thanks for the great photos - I appreciate your contributions to Find A Grave - and I agree with you about the traveling and how frustrating it is to try to locate missing ancestors. Would you believe I located my Great Great Grandparents on Find A Grave with only initials and I then I also found them on Facebook??? The cemetery where they were buried was vandalized and the workers put their story and pictures on FB - whoa! Never thought I'd see my Great Great Grandparents on Facebook! Still hunting for my DAR Patriot death unknown in NY State. Marcia DeHaven
Added by Marcia DeHaven on Jun 29, 2014 5:39 PM
DR
Roland Humerickhouse
Thank you so much for the headstone picture, I really appreciate it!
Added by DR on Jun 05, 2014 11:22 PM
SharM
Whipples/Whitneys
Thank you so much for getting those pictures on the graves. I was contacted by family members who thought perhaps these were their relatives, but labeled incorrectly. Neither of us lives near the Cemetery to verify the family name with their info, so I sent in a picture request. Thank you for clearing this up for us....I'll spend some time fixing these.
Added by SharM on May 25, 2014 9:10 PM
Rich
Richard A Bogdan
Thanks for the nice photos, great job.
Added by Rich on May 25, 2014 12:47 PM
J Witkowski
Mary Frances Town Mudge
Thank you for the photo of the plot!
Added by J Witkowski on May 20, 2014 7:05 AM
Aldon
Parents of Carl Mercer
I thought you might like to add.
The parents of Carl Mercer are:

Clarence Jasper Mercer
#34715154

and

Sarah Catherine Mercer
#34715164
Added by Aldon on May 09, 2014 10:36 AM
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