|Julie J||Northland Chapel Gardens Marquette|
I just wanted to say THANK YOU. I found the photo of my grandparents marker. It means so much. Thank you from the bottom of my heart.
Added by Julie J on Feb 19, 2017 12:44 PM
I corresponded with you several years ago about the Michigamme Cemetery. I believe you were doing work for a veteran web site. Could you or would you give me that web site address again? Thank you Renee Saari
Hey do you live in Marquette County, MI? Because my great-great-great grandfather's brother died in Marquette, MI, and I was wondering if you lookup obituaries too?
Added by Dstmnstr on Aug 22, 2015 7:41 AM
|Harold & Wanda Blackwell||Milton H. Myers|
My brotherinlaw Richard Bendler in the Chicago area is a descendant of Milton Myers. In my research I have a name of Fred Myers supposedly a son of Milton's. If that is true would you have any more info. If he was born in the 1870's it would have been in the Wellsville, Mo area.
|Joseph Ellis||Thank you so much|
Thank yo so much for capturing an image of Barbara Jean "Barb" Kratz Raisanen's grave for me. It has given me some information that I have been searching for!
I am requesting if you have time to please take pictures of the Larsh family stones. Thank you for your assistance
|Beverly Burnett||Mercy Osier Studley|
Mercy Osier Studley is buried in the Hillside Cemetery, Bremen, Lincoln, Maine.
|AZ Susi||Evergreen Cemetery|
Are the 2 Evergreen Cemeteries the same? I noticed they have different people listed in them on Find-A-grave. Is it possible for Find-A-grave to "merge" them so people won't add their ancestors in the wrong Evergreen?
Added by AZ Susi on Jun 13, 2013 4:05 PM
|djhwatkins||Evergreen Cemetery, Ewen, MI|
Would you please add a photo of the Evergreen to Roy Maki's memorial 104769204
|Laura Edwards||Gwinn Cemetery|
I have ancestors buried in the Gwinn Cemetery. Their burials were well before the town started recording them. Which is why they are not listed in the town records or in this site's look up
I don't if you still go to your cemeteries to take pictures of headstones. If you do, and you're in Forsyth Township, and wouldn't mind looking in the Gwinn Cemetery to take pictures I would be very grateful.
I was there 10 years ago, and took pictures, but they didn't turn out at all (disposable camera). I can tell you where to do look.
As you enter the Cemetery, it will be on the right hand side. A section runs along side of a wall of bushes (?). (one of the old parts of the cemetery) My great grandparents Jules and Justine Nicolle died in 1916 and 1915 and share a large tombstone. You can't miss it. There is one other ancestor, he too will be in the old section though I don't know where exactly. His name was Leopold Morenier, born 1838, died 1917. His last name might be of various odd spellings.
Thank you for your time and any help you can render
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