|Tammy M. (#48392053)|
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I am interested in the Bigelow,Cameron,Curtiss/Curtis,Graham,Minich, McNeill,Stewart,and Thomas Families. A lot of the Shepherd, MI area surnames are traced back to the same area in Pennsylvania together and as such I have gathered info on quite a few of them as well as my direct lines. I am willing to share all that I know. Genealogy BELONGS to no one individual but is something to be shared and enjoyed together as well as passed on to our children.|
If I have created a memorial for someone who is related to you (and not also to myself) please don't hesitate to ask for a transfer even if it is outside of the guidelines. I am creating them for the families to be able to find and to share.
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|Carole ||Re: Mother Frisbie|
Sorry, I don't have any info on her
Added by Carole on Oct 20, 2014 2:49 PM
|t. garlow||RE: Amanda Garlow|
Thank you Tammy for transferring Amanda Garlow to myself.
|Ancestor Searcher||RE: Catherine coleman|
I am always happy when I post a memorial that someone else needs!!
|the bryant family||RE: Camerons of Rosebush|
Your welcome. I snapped the picture as we were leaving just to check to see if it was needed. I do have a note to myself to get a better one on a return trip. As I recall it is overgrown which is what caught my attention. If this is a family member and your not close to the location I would be more then happy to clean it up some but would not do so without your blessing. I would also be happy to get another picture of the area if it would be helpful. I am only about 15 minutes away.
|Carole ||Aloysius Florian|
Thanks for the info.
Added by Carole on Aug 04, 2014 6:16 PM
|BlUePiNeRiDgE||Ok this one...dumb keyboard!|
This is the cemetery part of my info came from
Frank C., no tombstone, bur 28 Nov 1934
Frank 1900-1957 bur 23 Sep
Although I don't see a memorial for the other one but I shall create it now, maybe my picture belongs on the other one
Couple of questions arise
It says people were shocked on Monday the 26th of November -AH HA! I figured it out, this obit is for the Frank C I still have to make a memorial for, therefore, this is post is moot! lol Thanks anyway!
Find A Grave contributor Tammy M. has made a suggestion to you regarding your Find A Grave memorial for Frank Hyde.
Link to memorial: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=55816987
Link to contributor profile: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=mr&MRid=48392053
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I found this obit while doing a search for some others. I thought you might like it for your records.
Frank C. Hyde
The death of Frank C. Hyde, pioneer merchant of Riverdale, came as a shock to his family and friends on Monday, Nov. 26th. Mr. Hyde, although in poor health for some time, had appeared such better the past 2 weeks, and in the morning had accompanied his daughter, Dorothy, to the farm and had milked some cows and did some odd chores about the farm. While returning to their box in town, Mr. Hyde's head suddenly dropped over onto his daughter's shoulder and he became unconscious. Dorothy drove direct to Dr. Taylor's place, but the doctor was out, but Hyde had passed away before he reached home and other help was summoned. A heart attack is believed to have been the cause of his death.
Frank Calvin Hyde, son of Calvin C. and Mary Phillips Hyde, was born in Steuben county, New York, Oct. 12, 1863, being 71 yrs 1 mo and 14 days old. When a boy about 10 years of age, his father died and his mother with her four small children, came to Michigan to the home of her parents who resided near Ionia. When a young man, they moved to a farm south of Elm Hall. He attended Alma College at the time of the placing of the cornerstone.
April 29 1891, he was united in marriage to Cora M. Carroll and to their union 5 children were born: Mrs. Addie Rose, Mrs. Marguerite Johnson, Carroll, Harold and Frank C. Jr. Mrs. Hyde passed away in 1903, leaving Mr. Hyde with the care of his 5 small children.
Jan.1, 1906, he was again married to Cora E. Eshleman of
Ferris Center and to them two daughters were born, Mary and Dorothy.
More than forty years ago, Mr, Hyde entered into business for himself, first as a poultry business then as a meat market and general store, later dropping the meat market and taking up the farm implement business in connection with the general merchandise, keeping up that line of business until his health became so impaired that he could no longer care for it, so recently he turned the business interests over to his son Carroll.
He is survived by his widow, four daughters, three sons, two sisters, a number of grandchildren and other relatives,
Funeral services were held last Wednesday afternoon at the Riverdale Methodist church, Rev. B.A.R. Strong officiating, assisted by Rev. M.N. Clement. Interment was made in the Ferris Center cemetery.
|BlUePiNeRiDgE||This one is weird|
Working on those changes you sent me, finally that is. Thanks for those and if you like, keep sending them
|Chip Rowe||Axtellls in Michigan|
Tammy thank you for the Axtell info!
|Judy Wilcox||Barbara Lebherz McNeill|
Tammy, that was the fastest reply on memorials I have gotten. Thank you for the transfer, the Lebherz are connected now. Good luck on the McNeill family.
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