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Wiregirl12 (#48227232)
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Bio Photo *** South Attica Cemetery - I have a TON of research on all of the families there (20 years worth of it). I have many projects going on at once, so if I don't have "complete" info posted, feel free to contact me. I'm hoping by winter 2014-2015 to have all of the pertinent info and small biographies entered in.

**My photos: Anything I upload here that is obvious I photographed I don't expect to claim copyright, I'm offering them here for anyone to use for their genealogy, credit is nice but not required (I use a screen name here to be easily identified from the rest). If high resolution photos are needed or alternate views, I'll send them if I have them. I have used a variety of cameras for 20 years, so the quality of my photos vary as well. I do take artsy photos as well as documentary (not sure if I'm allowed to post where I share those here or not, but it's in FB sharing group Angels To Watch Over Us).

Been researching my own family actively for 20 years but got my start as a toddler when my parents and grandparents were doing it. I started to research locally to earn money to pay for the cost of researching my own. In the process I collected quite the library of my own. Now I just look things up if I know I have the info or point in the right direction because I'm now documenting all "threatened" items locally and in my family before they are gone to this tear-it-down attitude, vandalizm or weather takes its toll. I feel that we are the keepers of the past, keepers of history, so it'll be there for generations to come. In 20 years I have seen headstones vanish, collections burn, houses be torn down or remodeled past their original state. I feel I'm too young to say "I remember". Now I take photos and lots of them. This way if it disappears for whatever reason, I can say "I have proof it existed".
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Judy Wilcox
Alvin J. Hagner Jr.
Thank you for doing the edits on Alvin, you have made his memorial a very nice one.
Added by Judy Wilcox on Mar 25, 2016 1:41 PM
anony1234
Photo for William B Youngs and William D Youngs
Thank you for submitting the 1913 photo for the Youngs family monument. It is a great photo but there is a separate monument for William D Youngs and his son, William B Youngs. Thanks again.
Added by anony1234 on Mar 18, 2016 12:33 PM
jodygee
Atwell
#117185413 Ogden Atwell has listed as a daughter Eliza Jane Atwell Midgley. As stated in Eliza's memorial 117185413 created by you, her parents are Chauncy Atwell and Aseneth Williams. Please correct parental relationship links for Eliza's parents to Chauncy 67269948 and Aseneth. Thank you very much, Jody
Added by jodygee on Jan 22, 2016 10:52 AM
pam gurganious
wedding album and multiple pics
Hi..I have in my possession a wedding book and multiple pics of "Jerry " ...I posted on a fb page for antique lost photo vault and somebody with Ancestry sent me the link to your page on here. I'm also a contributor on Find a grave..my email is pamandglennforever@comcast
My phone is 8634473735. .plz leave message if interested..ty Pam
Added by pam gurganious on Nov 22, 2015 6:27 AM
Judy Wilcox
Alvin J. Hagner
Thank you for doing the edits and connecting Alvin to his parents.
Added by Judy Wilcox on Nov 12, 2015 6:51 PM
PJ_LaChance
Mary E Traver West
Hoping you have an explanation! I found Mary in 1920 census living with daughter Annis and her husband Anderson Sculley in Denver, Colorado. Said she was divorced. Yet this shows she died over 20 years earlier!? Wow. Any ideas? If Martin D West did re-Mary, why would 1920 census list Mary as mother-in-law?
Added by PJ_LaChance on Sep 07, 2015 11:17 AM
Bruce Colles
Cynthia Ellsworth
Hi,

Someone once told me that Cynthia Ellsworth (c1812-aft 1880) married to Hiram B Lattimer (1809-1891) was the daughter of Israel and Prudence (Stevens) Ellsworth.

However, reading your biography of Israel I am questioning the validity of that information. You mention that you have a large collection of information on the family.

Long shot I know - buy would you have Cynthia is there with her real parents?

Thank you in advance for you time and consideration.
Added by Bruce Colles on Jul 18, 2015 6:16 AM
AndreaCivilWar
Marvin Bolton
Dear Wiregirl12:

What wonderful work you have done on the Find a Grave website at South Attica Cemetery in Lapeer, MI.

I work at a Civil War Site in the City of Fairfax, Virginia. In the ca. 1859 historic house, now known as Historic Blenheim, Union soldiers wrote their names, etc. on the walls of the house. Marvin Bolton fro the 1st Michigan Cavalry, was one such soldier.

Do you have a contact for the family photos of Marvin Bolton and family? We are always looking to connect with descendants.

Thank you for your kind assistance.

Regards,

Andrea Loewenwarter
Historic Resources Specialist
Historic Blenheim
3610 Old Lee Highway
Fairfax, VA 22030
(703) 591-6728
Added by AndreaCivilWar on May 13, 2015 10:05 AM
Marguerite
RE: Ebenezer Watkins @ Attica
I don't have a family tree for the Watkins family - I'm not related - I referred you to ancestry.com which has free family trees. TY - yes, I've already discovered the 2nd marriage, etc. several months ago which I've already added to find-a-grave and updated. TY so much for the confirmations per the obit on the burial locations.
Added by Marguerite on Mar 29, 2015 7:12 PM
Beverly Tomhave
Henry B Smith
Thank you for all your work at South Attica cemetery especially! Is this Holly? I would like to know how the birth date of 1788 for Henry B. Smith was found. His grave stone was found in the shed there first on the cemetery premises, then the shed was torn down and it was in a pile..Thank you for finding and putting it together again! Do you know what church in 1874 would have handled this burial? Thanks! Beverly
Added by Beverly Tomhave on Mar 19, 2015 7:01 PM
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