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Linda Zapp (#46879898)
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Sarah V C Dice
Hi, thanks for your reply. I've added some of your reply to Sarah's site, though this is only about Sarah. Please let me know IF this is not accceptable, or if you want to reword it. Her mother's gravestone and Sarah's marriage record, both use "Creek." Spelling wasn't highly regarded at the time by the average hard working citizens, that labored to made this country great. It happens to many of my direct people, also, and makes for more confusion. I've noted it in her bio, but if you could find and add a site for her dad, you could spell it out there, as well. Best,
Added by LSP on May 17, 2016 9:01 AM
Kevin Price
re: Post Family in Van Buren Township
The clerk at Van Buren Township showed me a book named "Water Under the Bridge -A History of Van Buren Township". Co-authored by Diane Wilson who is the Director of the Belleville Area Museum (734 697-1944).
You might want to check your library for the book (or contact the museum.) The Post name was mentioned numerous times thoughout. It mentioned their arrival from Germany and marriages to other Van Buren families. And contained the list of (44?) Post names, who are buried at Tyler Road Cemetery.
It's just a suggestion.
Added by Kevin Price on Apr 27, 2010 10:48 AM
Kevin Price
re: Howard Post Request
I was at Tyler Street Cemetery today; there are ALLOT of Post's buried there!
Many of the graves are old and headstones weathered. I'm sorry to say, I didn't see Howard's. The cemetery is maintained by Van Buren Township; you can get more info from their clerks office 734-699-8909. I went to the clerks office, after visiting the cemetery today. They DO have a Howard I. Post buried there, in Lot 165. He was deceased in 1935 (not 1955 as it says on FindAGrave). There are actually 44 persons named Post, buried in the Tyler Street Cemetery. None died in 1955 and only one was named Howard Post.
I suggest you contact the clerk to confirm that the Howard Post you're looking for, is the one in Lot 165. If so, I'll try again.
Best of luck!
Added by Kevin Price on Apr 23, 2010 10:47 AM

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