|Chris Wogaman (#47041745)|
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I've been interested in genealogy since I was 8 years old. Only in the last few years, with such programs as ancestry.com and The Master Genealogist, and other wonders of the internet, I have been able to learn much more about my various family lines--WOGAMAN/WAGAMAN (Darke/Montgomery Co. Ohio, Muncie, IN; Iosco, Alcona & Genesee Co., Michigan); McGUIRE (Alcona, MI); HAYWARD (Alcona, MI; Seneca, OH); LOWER (Frederick Co. MD & OH); MARTIN (Jay & Deleware Co., IN; Alcona/Iosco MI); CRUM (Delaware Co., IN & Genesee, MI); RICE (Darke Co. OH); OSTRANDER (MN); DEAN & OKINS (MN); PEDERSEN (Pine River & Big Lake, MN); BOE (Pope CO., MN); PAULSON (Pope CO., MN). Would love to share info with any possible relations.|
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|Glenn Kiecker||RE: Edward and Emma Stoll|
The Maternal Line of Edward Stoll is Kiecker Have them all in Genealogical records and many in FG as well..i worked after the USAF enlistment was over for Herb Stoll...I could fine a nice home for the picture you mention... Glenn Kiecker email@example.com
|GSDCJST||RE: Leroy Wogaman picture|
Yes, they never finished his death date, all they got was 19 for the year. And then the plot number was on it - my guess is that someone really screwed up at the engraving place. I also wanted to let you know that there is a marker right next to his that's identical, so I wondered if it's someone related - Amanda Elizabeth Rhoadhamel.
Added by GSDCJST on Dec 15, 2014 4:28 PM
|Carmen Forquer Nyssen||Lillie Mae Hinman|
Hi Chris! Wow! That would be great if you could e-mail a copy. I don't have any photos of Lillie. I'm not s direct descendant of hers, but I'm related to the Hinmans from Switzerland County and surrounding areas and have been researching them.
|Jan Dahlquist||Dorothy Burton and more|
thanks for adding the photo. Charles Emerson Burton died in 1940 and was cremated, 30 years before his wife died. I rather suspect his ashes are not intered anywhere- given the 30 year difference between his death and his wife's- might be at a church in New Hampshire or could even be with his father Ira Burton Crain, no one knows where he is buried either, died about 1882.
|Jan Dahlquist||Cora Burton|
thank you so much! She shares a marker with her daughter Dorothy, I just created the memorial for Dorothy so would you please add your photo to Dorothy too? Thanks!
Still can't find burial info for Cora's husband Charles Emerson Burton 1869-1940. He died in New Hampshire, he was cremated at Mount Auburn Cemetery, but his ashes are not there- was hoping they might be with Cora. Did you see any indication that was possible?
|Michelle Christensen||Asa B. Smith Picture|
Thank you so very much for the picture of Asa B. Smith's headstone! I really appreciate it!
|pkarchs||Helen Estelle Huntington Sawyer (1878-1949) - Lakewood Cemetery|
Great photo - thanks!
Philip in NYC
Added by pkarchs on Jul 10, 2014 11:52 PM
|Bruce Sonner||Phillip Jacob and Mary Sonner|
Thank you, so much, for taking time to photograph Phillip Jacob and Mary Sonner's headstones. I appreciate your honoring my request!
|Harry Babinger II||Thank you (Athey)|
Thanks so much, Chris, for taking the photo and for checking on Scott's grave. We were under the mistaken impression that his grave was marked. Their brother will be most appreciative.
|Harry Babinger II||photo (thank you)|
Thank you so much for your offer to photograph Lee Ann Athey's grave. Her brother Scott's grave is adjacent and I neglected to place a request for it. If you could, please, photograph that grave as well, I would be most appreciative. Thank you in advance.
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