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Jodie Schram Jenks (#46919206)
 member for 9 years, 8 months, 29 days
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janet donner
susie stoup
Hi I have looked and not sure who this stoup is?
I dont have her in my tree and I was wondering if you by chance remember who she was by? I will take her no problem just confused as to who she was ?
janet

Added by janet donner on Jan 02, 2011 11:38 AM

P Fazzini
RE: Transfer
Gald to be of help

Added by P Fazzini on Dec 25, 2010 5:32 PM

P Fazzini
RE: Franklin Devereaux
Glad to be of help

Added by P Fazzini on Dec 25, 2010 5:31 PM

P Fazzini
RE: Devereaux Family
PS SUVCW {Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil war} has online biographys/pictures of Union Veterans called "Photos from the PAst" at
http://www.suvcw.org/photos.htm
Carol Brown has no objection to sending Franklin Devereaux picture to be included.. with the following bio..Not From his Find A Grave website: {I did some research on him a few years ago}

Franklin Devereaux was a Civil War Veteran who served with Company I of the 25th Michigan Infantry from Augsut 14, 1862 to October 12, 1863. After the war he was a trapper and a hunter. On September 4, 1883 he was found dead in the woods near is now Devereaux Lake, Aloha Township, Cheyboygan County Michigan, Nearby was a dead bear. It is beleived each one killed the other. Devereaux is buried near where he was found

Added by P Fazzini on Dec 23, 2010 4:03 PM

P Fazzini
RE: Devereaux Family
Sorry-not related--my name interest is that he was a Civil War Veteran

Franklin Devereaux parents were
Find A Grave Memorial# 21065123
Find A Grave Memorial# 35654494

Have already written to Find A Grave on F. Devereaux can be connected to his parents

Added by P Fazzini on Dec 23, 2010 3:48 PM

Kevin Avery
Samuel Boltwood
He is in my family tree, but not a direct ancestor...he married in to the family of William Lewis, who is my 10-gr grandfather. Samule is one of many unfortunate souls who were slain on that fateful day in Deerfield. I have several ancestors who met the same fate and are buried in the mass grave with him.

Kevin

Added by Kevin Avery on Dec 23, 2010 1:21 PM

Lee
RE: Replacement Photo
Not a problem. I am still learning how to get my photos to come out. I have a rather high resolution camera that tends to be hard to work with in certain light. Great photos!! Let me know if you need any info from this area.

Added by Lee on Oct 26, 2010 12:12 PM

CABrown
Martha Lois Devereaux Wilcox
Hi, her obit was in our local paper today. She's the daughter of Armette & Hiley Devereaux, buried in Busti Cemetery. It doesn't have a burial place for her. Didn't know if she'd be a relative or not.

Added by CABrown on May 10, 2010 7:43 AM

Mount Hope NY
RE: Clarrisa Putnam page
Hi Jodie

No, I can't think why getting fired from one's job should be of any concern to the dedicated historian or genealogist, sounds like an excuse to me!

Seriously... I could almost swear I've seen a stone for Clarissa Putnam somewhere at one of the Parma cemeteries but it has been a while since I've been out there so I could be remembering wrong. I don't know when I'll get a chance to get there so I'm going to let someone else pick up your photo requet, unless of course nobody claims it until I can get out there myself in which case I'll do it. There is quite a bit of empty space at teh back of the Smith cemetery which could be unmarked graves and if I remember correctly Reuben Jr. is towards the back of the marked section so there could be others with him.

I don't suppose you have any idea where the Putnam farm was? I know of a few farm cemeteries around Parma but I don't think there's much left of any of them, and of course farm burials weren't often marked with a "proper" headstone anyway.

I will think on it some more and see if I can come up with any more leads.

Added by Mount Hope NY on Aug 16, 2009 1:40 PM

Jean(C.J.Vought)Green
RE: Ft. Custer
I checked tonight & it looks like F.A.G. staff must have already moved all from Ft.Custer to Fort Custer. No need to search now. Thanks, Jean.

Added by Jean(C.J.Vought)Green on Aug 14, 2009 12:58 AM

Jean(C.J.Vought)Green
Ft. Custer
There are more than 14,000 listed in the cemetery spelled
"Fort Custer National Cemetery" - please consider moving this record to that cemetery.

Added by Jean(C.J.Vought)Green on Apr 22, 2009 8:08 AM

Gene, Cindy and Riggs
Lewis C. Dahms
Thanks for taking the photo

Added by Gene, Cindy and Riggs on Apr 15, 2009 7:26 AM

kathy kennard
Mary Kennard
Hi. Thanks for looking. Mary Kennard died so long ago that it is possible that her grave is covered or no longer there. Many years ago someone looked for me and they found it but I didn't request a picture of it. That was when I found out that her husband was not buried with her. She died 18 Dec 1880 so no record would have been recorded at the courthouse. There is supposed to be a family type plot of Robinsons, which was her maiden name, where she is buried. Whoever I talked to told me that both her name and the name of her husband were on the headstone. That is about all I know. Is there another Lakeview Cemetery? and was this one in Nashville?
thanks again.
Kathy Kennard

Added by kathy kennard on Mar 31, 2009 5:28 PM

Ricky Hempel
Hello!
Thanks for your leaving me a public message, Jodie. You take care and god bless You!
Ricky Hempel

Added by Ricky Hempel on Feb 05, 2008 1:55 PM

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