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I have a virtual cemetery for memorials that could use some tokens of remembrance. The contents change periodically and I try to keep the number between 10-15, but sometimes it's larger. I also have virtual cemeteries for deceased firefighters, mostly people from Michigan who died in the line of duty, and a few police officers. Please visit them if you can.
I'm not perfect and never will be, but I try to follow these guidelines:
"Assume good faith."
"Use good manners."
"Don't bite the newcomers."
I have stopped working on "The Wyandotte Death Index" after fixing my errors. I have deleted 253 memorials, wiping out most of my work from 2015. What a pain it can be, sometimes, to own your own mistakes!
Whether you prefer Happy Easter or Happy Spring I wish you Love and Peace in any language
12 April 2017
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|Jim Lyles||RE: Claude K. McNaughton Memorrial|
Your welcome. He is a distant relative, the husband of my wife's 3rd cousin three-times removed. It's because of her research that I had those details to add. You have a great Easter too.
|carol sexton||Bessie and Essie.|
Thank you very much.do you know if they have Monuments.would like to see them.thank you carol
|carol sexton||Bessie and Essie|
I meant no disrespect to you.i know it takes a lot to do this job.i will send you connections for them to family members.i that is ok.
|carol sexton||RE: Bessie and Essie|
I have all info their father and my grandfather were brothers.
They were lamblins.
|UltiMikeS||RE: Agatha Bondy memorial|
I do have some Bondy's in my tree but I have not caught a connection to Agatha. I did however find a wiki-tree that had the dates and I also located a death certificate with matching dates. Also the parents match your record, the wiki record and the certificate. However, the place of burial on the certificate says river Rouge, MI. I can send you the link to the certificate and the wiki tree if would like.
|C. Krueger||RE: Jack F. Krauser No. 112907800|
Thank you so much for your reply. He is buried in the Krauser family plot with his parents. It is his father's tall monument that does not have his father's death date on it. I hope in the spring to see about having it done and to find out what I need to do. To learn if I need permission for this from cemetery officials. Or can I just contact a nearby business that sells gravestones and pay them to have it done. I appreciate your asking me what I need from Mt. Calvary Cemetery. I will check that out soon. I am the caregiver for a family member having a hip replacement tomorrow so I will get back to you soon about that. I am so grateful for your kind offer of help. Most sincerely - Carolyn Krueger
|C. Krueger||Jack F. Krauser No. 112907800|
Thank you so much the transfer of Jack F, Krauser. Your dedication to Find A Grave is greatly appreciated. His father's death date has not been added to the grave stone (buried in same cemetery) and I would like to have it done. Not sure how to go about this or who I need to contact. Most sincerely - Carolyn Krueger
|Miss Morgan||My Frankie|
Thank you for leaving a token for my sweet boy, Frankie Lee. Blessings to you and yours.
|Lillian Fisher Curylo||Merry Christmas to You|
Thank you for putting flowers on my relatives' grave. Enjoy your holiday.
|Judy Parmer Morgan||Adelaide Smitka|
Sorry, my mistake. Judy
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