|Charlene Sloan (#47732988)|
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Researching my genealogy, for Daughters of the American Revolution, I found this web site and was addicted. I think it is terrific. All the history and memories that are forever preserved here.|
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|RelativelySpeaking||RE: Beatrice Moorman|
I went on Ancestry to see if anyone had posted your photo on line for Beatrice. I found one tree and added it back to the grave with a note within the photo that it was your contribution.
Have a Happy New Year.
Hi, You didn't need to remove that photo. I was just letting you know that the information in the grave wasn't correct for Beatrice's maiden name and parents. If your Beatrice Moorman was married to Bernie Moorman and you have no relationship with the Scott's last name, then the photo is with the right grave. I sent edits to the owner of the grave to correct Beatrice's information. Hopefully that gets done. Please add your photo back. I am sorry, I didn't mean to make you feel bad. You did a good thing.
|RelativelySpeaking||Beatrice J Moorman|
I noticed that you had added a photo for Beatrice grave#69719334. Would this be a photo of Beatrice Scott or Beatrice Rider ? Just to let you know that you might want to remove the photo if its Beatrice Scott because this grave needs to be updated with all corrected information. This is not Beatrice Scott's grave. I am in the process of requesting edits for maiden name, parents and etc. to the person that adding this grave. I will also send that person some bio information. The parents should be Glenn Rider and Vera(Carson)(Rider)Farwell. Beatrice Rider married Bernie Moorman in 1941 in Grand Rapids.
|Gary Schlee||Vern Schlee|
My Grandfather had 2 sisters Mabel V Schlee (Roberts)Birth 18 JUN 1898 • Illinois, USA
Death 30 MAR 1989 • Greenwood, St Clair, Michigan, USA
She is buried in front of his Grave with husband Oscar Roberts in Springhill Cemetery
May Schlee 1900-1906
These were Maude May Kesslar children Stanley & Ralph were with Bertha Curren
|Gary Schlee||Vern Schlee|
I was amazed to see my grandfather Vern Schlee Henry George Schlee is my great grandfather his parents are Henry Schlee 1830-1896 & Rosine Rommel 1835-1896 they came from Germany to Kansas in 1857 were the oldest settlers many spelling changes on last name I do know they came from Estonia
|Mary League||RE: 153128740|
Without a name whoever you are talking about is not findable. Please send the name of the person not the number of their memorial. There is no look-up on the memorial numbers.
|Eidolyne Ravenscroft||Almira Hayes photo|
I can make the photo a bit darker so you can see her more clearly if you would like.
|Jack Gee||RE: Crystal Manke Gilsoul|
I sent you my mailing address via e mail. Thank you very much.
Added by Jack Gee on Oct 22, 2015 2:45 PM
|Donna S||RE: Camerons|
Charlene, I am stunned at these photos! I don't think anyone alive in the family has seen a photo of little Donald Cameron. AndAnnie Cameron with her hair down! Amazing photo. Do you know who is next to her?
I would love to learn more about your family's connection to the Cameron's and to Sherman City. I will send yo a private message with better contact information.
Added by Donna S on Oct 05, 2015 4:26 AM
|Donna S||RE: Cameron's|
Hi, Charlene. Yes, I am a Cameron. My grandmother was always telling stories about growing up in Sherman City. My great-grandfather, John Robert Cameron, owned the hardware store there. It had a post office in it, too.
I would be delighted to see any photos you are willing to share. Thank you for being so thoughtful.
Added by Donna S on Oct 04, 2015 6:46 PM
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