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I am a grandmother to 13. I was very close to my great grandparents and wanted to find out a bit more about thier lives, so I started tracking their footsteps where they lived. I have visited a couple of cemeteries and plan to do more. I am holding off for the winter on doing photos, but am mmore than happy to take requests, just know that they will be done when the weathers not a factor.|
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|Cheri Rupert Mattox||Golda May Hardy|
Happy to transfer the memorial to you! Always think it is nicer when a relative looks after the memorial. Cheri
|Rowena AtLee||RE: Bio and Photo for Joseph Groh|
You are very welcome! Most of my life I only knew my grandma's mother was Margaret (Maggie) Groh and her father was Ambrose Groh. My uncle always thought there was a Solomon Groh somewhere in the family but didn't know much more than that. We found out there were actually two Solomons! With my research and what I received from Belva, I now have much more. Would be glad to share anything I have. I have a tree on rootsweb but haven't updated it recently but it would have at least a start for you. I have Family Tree Maker on my computer so could send charts and reports if you are interested. Love the summaries you have written on your Groh/Grow ancestors! :) Rowena
|Susan Kenner||Re:Ellen Groh Dennis|
I would like to thank you for posting information regarding Ellen Groh Dennis. I have been trying to locate her husband's (Edward Dennis)grave but so far unable. My father's family grew up in Snover, but Edward (my great-grandfather) moved to Melvin at some point because Ellen died there. I found this information out just today on a free site, "seeking Michigan." Edward is listed as a brother of my other great-uncle's obituary in 1933, and as residing in Melvin at that time as well. Edward was married twice, and I am not sure if this is his second wife or first. His first wife died in a house fire with a daughter (in Snover I believe). Could you take a picture of her tombstone? I would appreciate it very much. I became a member of "Find a Grave" today because of the posting I saw on this site of Ellen, and finding out she was married to Edward. I am very interested in geneology of Dennis's, and Dorman's of Snover.
|RJSvitak||RE: Joe Pitkanen|
You are very welcome. I'm sorry but in this area that green hard moss really does a number on those markers. It would require a bit of scraping to get it off. We brushed it off as best we could. Too dangerous to scrape at it.
Added by RJSvitak on May 09, 2013 2:01 PM
|Beverly Swanson||RE: Batterson line|
I am sorry but I just went into my mail and saw your invite to the Historical Society tomorrow. I would like to have gotten together with you but am going to a funeral so am not available. Maybe we can do it another time.
|Myster Bytey||RE: Emeline|
No problem, I just wanted to make sure. I didnt mean to bother ya.
|Myster Bytey||RE: Transfer please?|
Did you get it Mrs. Chestelson?
I don't have the photo any longer, but feel free to copy and paste it if that will work for you.
|Myster Bytey||RE: Transfer please?|
|Myster Bytey||RE: Edmund|
you are welcome
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