|Genealogy Bug Kate||George Abner Stoddard|
Would you please remove your posting of his photo from his memorial (http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=8390098). It is a duplicate of one already posted and I don't have room to add his tombstone photo. Thanks.
Added by Genealogy Bug Kate on Dec 25, 2016 12:38 PM
|NavVet||memorial #60662748 - Ruth Anderson|
Your father's daughter (#60662748) with his 1st wife (#60662754). Memorial #60662753 is your late niece Helen, who unfortunately passed away in infancy.
Added by NavVet on Oct 23, 2016 1:18 PM
|Robert Werlinger||Richard Rossow|
You made a very nice memorial for your old co-worker, Richard Rossow (Find A Grave Memorial# 22137072). I just thought you might want to know that his son, Paul, passed away almost 2 years ago. Paul and I were good friends back in high school and I recently call just to check in with him like we did back and forth every few years with each other. His mom told me he passed away in 2014. I made a memorial for Paul (Memorial# 156406186).
Added by Robert Werlinger on Dec 27, 2015 7:20 AM
|james lorenz||anderson family|
my name is james Im grandson of Ruth e Anderson) lorenz and joseph c lorenz. Ruth mom and dad name was james Anderson and Mary bailey . she was born in 1900 and Mary bailey pass way in 1901. im looking im looking for any info about james Anderson her husband.
Added by james lorenz on Dec 05, 2015 8:19 PM
|Veneita||Elizabeth Anderson # 13705798|
You have a memorial for Elizabeth Anderson in Caseville Cemetery Find A Grave Memorial# 13705798. I do not find any listing for her there. I did find an Elizabeth with the same dates at Find A Grave Memorial# 96731660. You may want to check that out.
Added by Veneita on Jul 22, 2015 7:25 PM
i need and inform of jame Anderson and mary bailey
Added by james lorenz on Aug 06, 2014 8:20 PM
|James Lembke||Lottie May Anderson's Fig Bars?|
I'm curious if you have any more information on Lottie May Anderson (http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GScid=234&GRid=12347018&) specifically concerning the people she may have known in the Caseville area.
My wife's great grandmother is Helen Reilly. Helen had a hand written recipe for what looks like fig bars that was labeled Mrs. Anderson Caseville Mich and Lottie came up on my web searches as someone who might fit the identification mainly since she's about the same age as Helen and lived in a similar area. In case your curious about the recipe I posted it in my blog (which contains a scan of the original clipping) http://recipesleuth.blogspot.com/2014/07/mrs-andersons-spiced-fig-bars.html.
Added by James Lembke on Jul 29, 2014 8:02 AM
|Sammy (Enfinger) Hawkins||Spelling of Francis|
is this the correct spelling? Most womens named Francis is spelled Frances?
Added by Sammy (Enfinger) Hawkins on May 11, 2014 11:06 PM
|Dawn Weber||Andersons @ Caseville Township Cemetery|
Do you have family/friends still in Caseville who might be able to take headstone photos for
Ann Carty Anderson, Elisabeth Carty Anderson and George Anderson (d1928). I posted a request for photos from the memorials but the photo volunteer who contacted me said the cemetery record keeper had no records of these burials in the cemetery.
Your help would be greatly appreciated ;-) Dawn
Added by Dawn Weber on Apr 22, 2014 2:49 AM
|Robert Blohm||Anderson Family|
Hi Mark -
Just a short note to inquire whether you are still researching the Anderson family. My great-great grandfather was James Anderson, one of the 5 Anderson brothers who came over from Scotland in the middle 1800s to start a new life in North America. I wouldn't mind corresponding with you as I have been working on the Anderson family history as well, including the civil war service of John and William Anderson, my great-great grandfathers younger brothers.
Added by Robert Blohm on Dec 06, 2013 8:50 PM
|Dawn Weber||Andersons @ Caseville Township Cemetery|
I have stumbled among your memorials while searching a distant branch of my own tree. I had put in photo requests for Ann Carty Anderson, Elisabeth Carty Anderson and George Anderson (d1928). The photo volunteer tried working with the cemetery record keeper who had no records of these burials in the cemetery. Do you have documentation of the buriels; death certs., obits etc.. that might help? Thanks if you can shed any light on this mystery. Dawn
Added by Dawn Weber on Sep 30, 2013 1:24 PM
I was glad to see the picture of George Howard and wondered if you have any of his parents or other siblings. I am descended from his oldest sister Mettie. I do have a picture of her, but no one else. I would also like to know if you know anything more about the Howards and the Greenfields, such as where they came from in England?
Thank you, Sandi
Added by Sandi on Jun 24, 2013 6:40 PM
|AshleyA||Would love to chat!|
I'm so glad I found your page! I have a few questions for you and have the information you are missing. If you could give me a call at your earliest convenience that would be great- my cell is 703-963-2376 and i'm on Eastern Standard Time...looking forward to it!
Added by AshleyA on Aug 10, 2012 8:22 AM
|Don Rose||Eliza (ROSE) HOWARD|
Have you found any other information on Eliza. I was in Michigan this summer searching for info on her and Daniel. I was in Van Buren, Allegan, Calhoun & Barry Counties. There was quite a bit of info on Daniel's brothers at Albion Library, but not much on Daniel.
I did find several land records for him and Eliza in South Haven. I also spent 5 days at the Genealogy Center in Fort Wayne. That's a great research place.
If you email me. I'll tell you more about my ROSE family in Michigan.
Added by Don Rose on Dec 21, 2011 11:59 PM
|Jonathan Funnell||Your dad|
I love history and loved reading about your dad's life. He seemed to be a pretty interesting man who led an interesting life. GOD BLESS YOU AND YOUR FAMILY!
Added by Jonathan Funnell on Sep 29, 2011 3:19 PM
SUVCW Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War is for male descendants of Union Veterans
DUVCW Daugthers of Union Veterans of the Civil War is female descendants of Union Veterans
Added by P Fazzini on Jun 17, 2011 6:32 AM
|Nancy Eliason Walker||Cartys of Michigan|
My info shows that William Carty's wife was Nancy Barr not Bass. This is the only place I have seen it as Bass. You may be right, I would just like it correct in my stuff. Let me know what you find out. I will keep looking also. Nancy Walker, Sun Lakes, AZ
Added by Nancy Eliason Walker on Apr 07, 2011 1:46 PM
|Christy Hallum||Daniel Howard|
Hello, I am doing research on my GGGFather, Daniel Howard. I come down the line through his daughter Daisy. I have more info to add to what you have but one correction. Daniel and Hattie are buried in Hanover County, Virginia at thier home with at least one of their children. I haven't been to the cemetary in years and due to circumstances am not able to go now but one day would love to go back.
I would like to sit down and compare notes and see what we can do to help each other. I was wondering if you have any information on Belle Howard. For some reason I am fascinated with her and would love to know what happened to her and where she ended up. Feel free to shoot me a note anytime.
Look forward to hearing from you soon,
Added by Christy Hallum on Jan 03, 2011 3:30 AM