|Julie Ann Hopkins ||RE: Weavers|
Would love to hear from you and any stories you have regarding Marietta.
I did not see your direct e-mail address but you may reach me at email@example.com.
|Julie Ann Hopkins ||Weavers|
Thank you for posting photos of my Mom's and Granparents graves. Are you related in any way to Marietta Hopkins, John and Evelyn Weaver?
I apologize for not getting back with you on your question about whether this grave was in a family plot. I would have used a list, not walked the property, and the list I just looked at online does not have any other Balgooyens in it. I did not take the picture either.
There are Balgooyens in the following cemeteries in and around Holland MI, in Ottawa County:
Olive Township Cemetery
Lake Forest Cemetery
Spring Lake Cemetery.
Sorry I could not be more help.
Please use automated SAC system.
|Susie & Rod Smith||97093430|
I have sent a message to the person that loaded the photo on my memorial to repost it on mem#65479669. I will then delete 97093430.
|Sue Sattel||Sara Kamerling Leenheer|
Have you ever found this grave in Vriesland? I understand that she (Bastiaantje's mother) and Hendrik Bor are buried in the Old Vriesland Cemetary.
|Wendy EBENSTEIN Norman ♥||RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 93606221|
Thank you I fixed the dates.
Thank you for your time
Wendy EBENSTEIN Norman
|Laurie Updike||Peter Vreeland|
You might check with Cheryl Longyear-the Montezuma historian. Also check Fultonhistory.com.-Laurie
|Jeremy Ball||Schiefla memorials|
Unfortunately, the only information I have about Fred, Mary, or John Schiefla is already included on their memorial pages. I added their records based on cemetery transcriptions that I located elsewhere.
I'm sorry I can't be of any additional help, but I'd be happy to transfer the editing rights of these memorials to you if you wish.
|AMB||Nellie Viola Petitt Hufford|
Regarding your question about this entry:
Please check the entry, and you will find the explanation. If you take a closer and better look at the gravestone, you'll be able to read the dates clearly: 1857 - 1942
Added by AMB on Apr 10, 2014 10:45 AM
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