|Matt Simerson||transfer of several relatives|
First, thanks for creating and maintaining these records of my (and others) families! Twas very generous of you.
In addition to my gg grandfather (51480873) I requested previously, I'd also like to receive maintenance of the following memories of my relatives: 51480867, 51480861, 51480872, 51480868, 51480864, 51480870, 51480863, 51480862, and 51480871.
Added by Matt Simerson on Dec 27, 2016 3:24 PM
|Matt Simerson||maintenance of 51480873|
I'd like to maintain the memorial of my GG Grandfather Lars Peder 51480873
Added by Matt Simerson on Dec 27, 2016 1:51 PM
|Terry Gosselin||RE: John Martin and Ida Christina Clauson|
As soon as you post a photo to your liking of your great grandparents, I will delete mine. Sorry that my photo of this stone is not up to your specifications. After all, I volunteered my time to go out there and photograph all these stones for all to view.
Added by Terry Gosselin on Dec 04, 2016 11:54 AM
|Jim Kenyon||baby Pierce Stocking- 1936|
I located the site but didn't find a marker with the 1936 date. There is a Plaque that reads "Eleanore
Euphemia Lee Stocking" March 10,1911- June 16, 1995.
Wife of Pierce Stocking, mother of seven children including two sons buried here."
Let me know if this could be baby Stocking and I'll
add this photo. Jim
Added by Jim Kenyon on Aug 08, 2016 10:07 AM
|Karen A. Astling||Bassett in Lagrange Indiana|
I have the obit of Frank J. Bassett son of Lucas and Christine Wycoff Bassett. I can email you a copy if you are interested.
Added by Karen A. Astling on Nov 02, 2015 8:18 PM
|Cheryl (Yager) Mapes||Sarah E. Freeman - Find A Grave Memorial# 51480576|
Would you either be willing to update their information or let me manage these memorials? Here is my account info Cheryl (#47007729) if you decide to let me manage them.
FATHER - Robert R. Freeman - Find A Grave Memorial# 51480575 (already attached)
MOTHER - Sarah E. Freeman - Find A Grave Memorial# 51480576 (already attached)
SON - Irvin Freeman - Find A Grave Memorial# 51480573 (need to attach)
DAUGHTER - Irene Mildred Freeman - Find A Grave Memorial# 51480572 (need to attach)
Thanks for your decision to let me manage these or attaching them yourself, whichever you prefer.
Added by Cheryl (Yager) Mapes on Oct 03, 2014 9:06 AM
|Lloyd A Wilds||Grave Transfers|
I would like to request a few transfers to myself of some cousins you have entered. They are #'s 51480753, 51480754 and 51480752.
My # is 47264623
Thank you if you do but if you don't thank you anyway for the work you have put in on this site.
Lloyd of Kentucky
Added by Lloyd A Wilds on Sep 30, 2014 3:26 PM
|butterfly||74th Ind INF Civil War|
There are two veterans from the 74th Ind Inf in Newaygo County Mi- :
Eyer, Jacob- Co G 74th Ind Inf- Crandall Cemetry Ensley Township
Stocking , Andrew Co G 74th Ind Inf Ensley Cemetery North
Added by butterfly on May 01, 2014 2:42 PM
|Cheryl (Yager) Mapes||Find A Grave Memorial# 51480919 - Patsy Stark|
Thank you for transferring the management of the memorial of my cousin's memorial to me.
Added by Cheryl (Yager) Mapes on Mar 21, 2014 9:39 AM
|Jeanie||RE: Re: Amanda Johnson|
I'm sorry, I don't.
Added by Jeanie on Mar 21, 2014 9:38 AM
|Barbara Wolf||RE: William Vose|
I don't know when or if I will get back to this cemetery. Steuben County is about an hour drive from me. That particular day I just wanted to take a drive and that cemetery is where I ended up. Barb
Added by Barbara Wolf on Oct 05, 2011 8:42 AM
|Cheryl (Yager) Mapes||RE: Dale Raymond Hankins Updated Information|
I got the information from his obituary. He is my cousin, I thought you would be interestd in receiving it.
Added by Cheryl (Yager) Mapes on Oct 02, 2011 1:54 PM
|Cheryl (Yager) Mapes||Dale Raymond Hankins Updated Information|
2004 JAN 2 - Tyler, Smith Co, Texas - Dale Raymond Hankins was born on Thursday 21 Nov 1935 in Buckley, Michigan to Wallace Raymond & Ardath Phyllis (Lunn) Hankins. He married Barbara Lee Stark on Saturday 26 May 1956 in Hoxeyville, Michigan. Dale graduated from Hoxeyville High School in 1953. He had lived much of his life in the Cadillac area and was owner-operator of a pulpwood business. In 1991, he and his wife retired to Texas where they raised cattle and miniature horses. He enjoyed his ponies, restoring classic trucks and traveling. Dale Raymond Hankins of Tyler, Texas died Friday 2 Jan 2004 at the age of 68 y 1 m 12 d in Tyler, Texas. Survivors include his wife of 47 years, Barbara Hankins; children, Kevin & Jackie Hankins, Karen & Kevin Tossey, Kraig & Jody Hankins, Karl & Kathleen Hankins and Kendra & Jim Smith; 10 grandchildren; 2 great-grandchildren; 2 brothers, Jack & Patricia Hankins and Richard & Linda Hankins; and 2 sisters, Debra & Rex Renwick, and Jalane & Gerald Griswold; 1 adopted sister, Selma & Carl Reiter of Boon. He was preceded in death by his parents, Wallace & Ardath Hankins and 1 sister, Patsy Stark. Cremation had taken place in Texas. Services were to take place in the spring of 2004 in Michigan. He was buried in Banker Cemetery in Hoxeyville in Lot J, Row 7, Grave A.
Added by Cheryl (Yager) Mapes on Sep 30, 2011 2:00 PM
|Daniel Brothers||RE: 74th Indiana|
That would be great, my e-mail address is email@example.com thanks so much. Dan Brothers
Added by Daniel Brothers on Sep 16, 2011 4:04 AM
I just noticed in your Bio that you are interested in members of the 74th Indiana. Two of my g.g. grandfather's brothers ( Jacob and Martin Housouer)and his nephew (Christian M. Housouer)as well as my g.g.g.grandfather, Abraham Bennett. You can see the Housouer's in find a grave in Elkhart Co In. and Bennett in Steuben Co. In. Dan Brothers
Added by Daniel Brothers on Sep 12, 2011 4:44 AM
|Daniel Brothers||RE: Etta V. Knight Vose|
No, sorry but sure wish I did, Etta was my g. aunt. Dan Brothers
Added by Daniel Brothers on Sep 12, 2011 4:33 AM
|Barbara Wolf||William Vose|
This photo may not be the right one. Dates are close but not a match. If so, we can delete. There was another William Vose buried just to the left of the one I took but his dates did not match either. Please let me know. Sorry if it isn't a match. Barb
Added by Barbara Wolf on Sep 06, 2011 5:37 AM
|Cheryl (Yager) Mapes||Dale Raymond Hankins|
Thanks for attatching Dale to his parents.
Added by Cheryl (Yager) Mapes on May 02, 2011 6:07 AM
|Michael Blanchette||Eva Luttrell|
Thank you WDV.
Added by Michael Blanchette on Mar 16, 2011 4:56 AM
|Michael Blanchette||Please transfer management|
Could you please transfer the management of 51480699 to me? She is my great-grandmother.
Added by Michael Blanchette on Dec 25, 2010 8:53 AM
|Jeff Lind||RE: Re: Levander Johnson|
Thank you kindly.
Added by Jeff Lind on Sep 05, 2010 4:51 AM
|Jeff Lind||Find A Grave Memorial# 51480651|
Greetings: When you get a moment, I would appreciate a photo of Levander Johnson's grave and headstone. He is my great great uncle- my great grandfather's brother. He owned a farmhouse in and property in Hoxeyville which I enjoyed visiting as a child from the mid-50s until July 1967 when his neice (who owned the property after his death) died in Moline, Il. Many thanks.
Added by Jeff Lind on Aug 07, 2010 12:28 PM
|James Snow||RE: William Vois - Pleasant Lake Cemetery|
I apologize for the spelling. I ment 'Vose'; I thought it might be possible that he was buried next to Margaret where the unmarked headstone is.
Added by James Snow on May 19, 2010 2:44 PM
|James Snow||William Vois - Pleasant Lake Cemetery|
I was not able to identify a specific stone for your William Vois. Note the Margaret Vois photo - to the right of her stone is a blank marker stone. The other William Vois (1863-1953)is located almost dead center of the cemetery with an Odd Fellows marker. To the immediate north of his stone is a small obelisk for his wife, Etta. Her dates are very hard to read but it appears to read: 'Etta, Wife of William Vois, Died Mar. 7, 1883'. The Margaret Vois stone is several rows to the west.
Added by James Snow on May 16, 2010 2:53 PM
|Wayne L. Osborne||Thank you!|
Thank you for posting the pictures of William Edward Kruwell, Nettie Johnson Kruwell and Edward Kruwell headstones. I appreciate the time and effort taken to do so.
Added by Wayne L. Osborne on May 05, 2010 6:17 PM