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Woolsox (#47347718)
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Bio Photo I am a volunteer photographer for Find-A-Grave, mostly in south central Michigan. Copies of my photos (unedited and un-cropped, please) may be for used on other websites. All I ask is that you attach the following credit so others will know the original source and can contact me if needed:

Woolsox at Find-A-Grave. Photo used by permission.

My personal goal is to visit and photograph all the gravesites of the Medal of Honor recipients.
The project I am currently working on is a complete photo inventory of the Forest Lawn Cemetery in Dexter, Michigan. I am about 75% finished, which I will give to the Forest Lawn Cemetery of Dexter, Inc., when completed.
I manage several memorials outside of my family and am happy to transfer per the FAG rules. You can submit requests for transfers thru the SAC tab. Just remember to include the FAG # in your request and your relationship to this person.
As for my personal genealogy research, I am just started this very interesting journey and uncovering of ancestors that I am just now learning about. If I can help anyone with their connections, I will be happy to do so.
Please submit requests for edits and corrections thru the SAC tab. (edit tab on the memorial page). Please send your source along with corrections. So please, supply your sources. I do pay attention to this tab.

DO NOT POST DUPLICATE HEADSTONE PHOTOS ON ANY MEMORIALS I CREATE OR MANAGE. There is no need reason for have two (or more) headstone photos. If the memorial is un-sponsored there is limited space. If your photo shows more detail than mine, please contact me via email to discuss it.

Thank you for your cooperation.
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Linda Burghardt Korver
RE: June Burghardt
Thank You!
Added by Linda Burghardt Korver on May 18, 2017 10:23 AM
Teresa Pyles
Conrad Jerome "Connie" Perzyk
Thank you so much for posting the photo of their stone. I really appreciate it.
Added by Teresa Pyles on May 13, 2017 6:11 PM
RE: John A Kelly
Your are very welcome.
I'm always honored to be able to contribute to these memorials.
Added by H W on May 11, 2017 6:48 AM
Tree, Ann 158595791
I'm so very appreciative that you got the nice photo of Ann, not only her, but also her husband next to her; also, the info you posted was just wonderful.
Please know you have provided a great service for this site, and for me in particular.
Best to you, and Thanks so much.
Added by wvy on May 05, 2017 2:09 PM
Nancy (Parsons) (Eaman) Nutting
Thank you for helping to sort out this family!
Added by Joan on Mar 27, 2017 1:58 PM
Izzy and Tim, Paisley, Scotland
RE: James Lowthers
I had a quick look at our local records.

There was just one James Lowthers died in Glasgow in 1927.
He was age 71.

There is a James Lowthers listed in the census forms for Glasgow for 1901 and 1911 but there is NO James Lowthers listed on any Scotland census forms that I can see for 1871 or 1881.

He married Alice G Jordan in August 1896. He was a widower when they married. On their marriage cert his name is written as 'Louther'

His occupation is listed on the census forms as Free stone quarry man (same occupation as his father who was also James).

All the above is of course subject to my checking the 'right' James Lowthers, but the only other one I could see for Glasgow was born in 1911.

Don't know if any of the above helps.
Added by Izzy and Tim, Paisley, Sc... on Jan 29, 2016 3:25 PM
Izzy and Tim, Paisley, Scotland
RE: James Lowthers
Well now that's interesting! How amazing would that be if it was indeed him!
Added by Izzy and Tim, Paisley, Sc... on Jan 29, 2016 2:14 PM
Izzy and Tim, Paisley, Scotland
RE: James Lowthers
Hi there

sorry that our photo is clearly not for the James Lowthers you are looking for. I guess it must be another Eastwood Cemetery.


Added by Izzy and Tim, Paisley, Sc... on Jan 28, 2016 9:08 AM
Judy Hull
Henry S. Johnson
I saw the photo of Henry S. Johnson who is buried at Forest Lawn Cemetery in Washtenaw County, Michigan. I am a member of the Michigan Society United States Daughters of 1812. Our State Chapter has been busy documenting service and photographing headstones for War of 1812 Veterans buried in Michigan. Henry S. Johnson is one of those Veterans and I am wondering if you would give permission to put your photograph in our book of 1812 Veterans buried in Michigan. The book won't be published for at least a year. If not, I understand and when the weather breaks will take a road trip to photograph the headstone.

Thanks for your consideration,
J. Hull
Added by Judy Hull on Dec 27, 2013 3:49 PM

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