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Albert Barnard (#48248826)
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Kathy Young
RE: Albert William Young
Yes, indeed as they are his grandparents...can you connect us with anyone doing the family tree? Thanks!
Added by Kathy Young on Dec 22, 2014 5:42 PM
Kathy Young
RE: Albert William Young
Wow! Thanks for the quick response! Could you possibly email me any photos you have? They would print out much clearer than the Find a Grave site. This is a great lead for us. Kathy
Added by Kathy Young on Dec 21, 2014 9:03 PM
Kathy Young
Albert William Young
My husband, Robert Howard Young II, is Albert's brother Robert Howard Young's son. I saw the photos of Albert that you added to the Find-A-Grave site. We have been unable to find any information on his living relatives in Washtenaw County, despite leaving messages at the gravesites at Stony Creek Cemetery.

We are most interested in any information or history of his grandfather, William Henry Young and great-grandfather, John Young, from Methwold, Norfolk County, England.

If anyone is working on family history of these individuals, I would be most interested and will share what I have already researched.

We eagerly await a response at your earliest convenience. Do you have any other photographs (including the two on Find-A-Grave) that you could email to us?

Thank you for your assistance,

Kathy and Bob Young
517-902-6493
Added by Kathy Young on Dec 21, 2014 1:11 PM
Maren Roush
RE: James Barnard
I can't believe we found his stone. We were looking for three different names that day, and James' was the only one we were able to locate. While the cemetery itself is quite pretty with a well groomed lawn and a nice fence, there are many stones that are overturned, buried, or simply illegible. Do you know what the "16" that can read at the base of the stone might refer to? Maybe it's a "76" and that was how old he was when he passed? In any case, my family and I are glad to be of assistance.
Added by Maren Roush on Nov 18, 2014 10:51 AM
Al Weatherburn
Othello Alkema
Hello Albert,

It is with extreme sorrow to tell you my cousin Othello Alkema has passed away. She Had donated all of her family pictures to the library in Mount Pleasant, Michigan I have some copies of these. If you give me an Idea which picture you are looking for I will see if I can find it for you. Please visit her grave site here. Thank you
Al Weatherburn
Added by Al Weatherburn on Sep 23, 2014 3:13 PM
Jenn Kelly
RE: Mary Priest
Our pleasure
Added by Jenn Kelly on Sep 21, 2014 8:52 AM
Susan Neikirk
Washington Bensinger
Albert I saw you posted a photo of my gggranddad Washington Bensinger!!! I adore it. Do you have any other photos of the Bensingers? My granny Nancy Denton was married Wash's son Alonzo (he ran off in 1910 and was not seen again)
Added by Susan Neikirk on Sep 16, 2014 10:08 AM
Old Bones
RE: Stony Creek Cemetery
Please go to each memorials page and use the edit tab and request a transfer. That will give me the memorial # as well as your #. Makes everything a
lot easier.
Added by Old Bones on Mar 02, 2014 6:36 AM
Dona Horine
RE: Thank You
Thank you Albert, I am doing more research on Minnie because of the Reynolds name on her marker here. I believe she was married previously and will let you know what the records show.
Dona
Added by Dona Horine on Jan 21, 2014 10:15 AM
Tina Costello Hawkins
Irma Eubanks
I'm so sorry - I completely forgot about retaking this photo! Luckily I remembered today when I was over there. I think it's easier to read now.
Added by Tina Costello Hawkins on Dec 29, 2013 4:35 PM
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