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|I am into my family genealogy and have done a fair amount of research on both sides. I like to go and visit and wander old cemeteries and study thier histories if possible. I am related to the Warczinsky,Thompson,Richardson families on my Mom's side and the Strawska, Pawlowski and Hoin families on my Dad's side.|
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|S Artman||Family Relationship Request|
Please link Uncle Michael Artman (Donna's husband) to his mother Edna - #180494709 Thanks! If you have questions, contact me. Sandy
Added by S Artman on Jul 09, 2017 7:53 PM
|Ofaly Con||Artmans, con't|
Brothers of the following message!
Albert "Bert", married Wuanita/Juanita? Waller. Resided in FL, haven't located where.
William, never came back to the family, after return from WWI. Your aunt can fill you in on more!
I'm working on creating FAGs for the above, and have located the Gustins on Find A Grave.Will link them.
Also, an aunt of my grandmother and Sylvester, et al. A descentant of her line, rather large. Am working toward adding them, too!
Jill - from Donna... Mike and Warren's mother, Edna O'Hagan Artman, is buried in Walkerton, Ontario.
Caroline "Carrie", and Sylvester's other siblings - Joe, who inherited the family farm, is buried in St. John's Cath. Cemetery in Sanilac/ Forestville.
He married an Ann Artman... confusion now. His sister, Ann Artman, is also buried there! No pics of headstones, but Donna said Uncle Joe and his wife have a joint one.
Other siblings... Irene "Rene" Artman Gustin m. Jack Gustin, of Baltimore. They were like grandparents. Both left their bodies to science, no children.
Francis aka Frankie or Frank. She and above sister Ann, were nurses in Detroit and GR? Ann Arbor? Frankie was hit by a car and killed, running for a bus in Detroit.
Two more brothers - Albert "Bert", m Wa
|Ofaly Con||shared cousins!|
My maternal grandmother was an Artman, the daughter of Michael and Barbara - your biography of Bret is beautiful. Please, contact me -thanks, and looking forward to hearing from you! i have a TON of relatives in Detroit/Dearborn area. And am currently working on linking the various Artmans of my line, back to the above.
|Brian Smith||Delaware Township|
Hello my name is Brian Smith, originally from Harbor Beach. My mother was a Thompson who was born in Delaware on the county line road. Long story shorter, I am trying to date a Red Thread Signature quilt date that includes the names of
Mrs Frank Thompson
and Baby Thompson
Frank Thompson was the son of my Great Grandfather's brother Hugh Thompson who was married to Edna Eliza ( Richardson ) Thompson. I believe that these may be your great grandparents, and Baby Thompson is likely your grandmother. Being that it is signed Baby Thompson, my assumption is Edna was pregnant when the quilt was signed. Would it be possible for you to contact me either here or at firstname.lastname@example.org ? I am trying to determine the birth dates of Evelyn, and Lilian. From Franks Obit, it stated their ages below, but I would like to verify those dates.
Evelyn, aged six (at Franks death Oct 1914)
Lilian aged four (at Franks death Oct 1914)
|MARCEME1||leslie an pluhar|
when i new her she lived on another street i cant remember now i used PURPOSLEY kept the adedress in my mind to have a peice of her i have found out that my aunt her mom died i cant find our what happened to her sisters and her two brothers she lived in garden city when i was corresponding to her and famaily im oldest of the HORNERS... my grand mother is now gone too SO IS MY MOM maybe my uncle so the whole family is now gone I COULD CRY ours is slowly dying off too... i wish i had a pic of her so i could put it on my dresser and see it all the time
i cry when i see the word michigan or &mile i think of her and start crying alover again also remember the pics i saw on the news if you can post me the pics in the news paper article i would to tally love it CROGAL10 at aol.com short for crochet hugs and again thinks for your kindness makes me NOT FEEL SO LOST i felt it like i was having the rip in my heart sew its self up i cry but feel good also HUGS ME
Added by MARCEME1 on Mar 24, 2015 3:07 PM
|MARCEME1||leslie ann pluhar|
im so greatful to see you did th is for my cousin im sitting here crying i saw it on BRYANT GUMBLE
that is how i found out i still cry after all these years she was such a nice person to me i named a car after her... im sad we had to lose her none of the others payed any attention tom e but her
thanks very much for your kindness lol i though it was HER SITE i could not get in lol so i didnt we were horners she was davidsons champers and pluhars
thanks again for your kindness ME
Added by MARCEME1 on Mar 24, 2015 2:57 PM
|choclodite lensman||Leslie Pluhar|
This was a horrific accident - and it was nice that you included her gravesite on this site. Can you imagine if there were NO witnesses that night ? -- that car could still be at the bottom of the lake ! R.I.P to Ms. Pluhar.
|Jenny Sparling Davis||RE: Sparlings|
Thank you for the transfers. I don't think you have to do anything else. I think it automatically lets me manage the sights. I'm pretty new to Find a grave. I appreciate your reply. :) Have a Happy New Year!
|K Wickman||RE: Mark May|
You're welcome and FYI I also uploaded it to www.billiongraves.com
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