|Tiffany Fugere (#46969289)|
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I find it ironic that I always detested history class in school, but I love genealogy! I guess it's more interesting when the history is about my ancestors. I started my genealogy quest after my paternal grandfather's death - so 1997. That side of the family is French Canadian, and that is where most of my expertise lies, having been working with the Catholic church records in Quebec/Ontario/Acadia for 15+ years. My maternal side is a mix of Anglo/European ancestry (Mom calls it Heinz57, I call it Euromutt lol), including a pirate ancestor! I have a few brick walls I would love to break through, including the ancestry of my great-grandmother Elizabeth Snyder (maybe Williamson) Cowell-Dewitt (my mtDNA ancestress). Outside of genealogy, I'm a self-professed geek, with interests in: anything Joss Whedon, Nathan Fillion, Firefly/Serenity, Star Trek, photography, reading, cooking, collecting vintage Swarovski beads and rhinestones, Sharpies, and traveling.|
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|Pioneersearcher||Memorial# 18321604 Betty Jean Tunks Pollard|
I would like your permission to copy marker photos to my Tunks Ancestry Family Tree. I will credit you as the source.
Thank you, Pioneersearcher # 47016656
|Sherry Hess||George Schacher|
Thank you for letting me know he wasn't buried at the cemetery, guess I should believe everything I see on line. LOL
Thank you again,
Thank you very much for finding my uncle Craig's grave - I greatly appreciate it!
Added by Chris☺☺ on Jul 01, 2016 4:05 PM
|Nadeen Sobottka||Frank & Helen Filbert, Calvary Cem., Racine, WI|
Hi Tiffany, just wanted to let you know that I've added a tombstone picture to your memorials for the Filberts. Regards, Nadeen
|Sharyn Decker-Moorehead||RE: Max and Yetta Cooper|
you are quite welcome.
|D. D. Thompson||RE: Chemawa Cem|
Hi - I photographed all the markers at Chemawa that I could see. nearly all the markers are flat and it's possible that some could be buried due to digging/gophers. But at the time I visited, I walked every row and photographed every visible marker.
|cheryl ||RE: Louise Peterson|
Glad to help.
Added by cheryl on Aug 04, 2015 4:00 AM
|Shardae Feest||RE: Gascon & Gascon-Craite photos|
|Kimberly||RE: Smith graves|
Just an FYI there is someone who is taking care of this cem. The graves I found and took photos of have been cleaned up. I compared some with earlier photos taken. This leads me to believe there is some kind of record book. The cem. is in the Fayette Historic state park right on the side of a hill that overlooks Lake Michigan, its really nice. Plus in the park there is a sight of an old church that burned down in 1972. I should have taken a picture. Its just the stone part of the structure base left. It could be connected to the cem. I would try and find out who has the records for the cem. As I said someone is taking good care of it and it could be the park.
Old Saint Peter's Cemetery: on find a grave
Added by Kimberly on Jun 17, 2015 1:05 AM
|Angie Swann||RE: Picture|
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