|Brenda Ozog (#47127449)|
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I'm a Michigander now living in Colorado, I represent both peninsulas (father a yooper and mother a troll). |
I'm a married mother of three and live in the Detroit Metro area. I love genealogy and helping others with their Family Research. I'm a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Son & Daughters of the Pilgrims, Swedish Club of Detroit, and PRCUA.
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|Sheryl Siegl||Louis Mallet|
You have interposed the numbers for the year that Louis married Marie-Jeanne Brunet(dit Bourbonnais.
It was 1697, not 1679. Even that is hard to believe, because he would have been only 14 years old if he was born in 1683.
I have actually viewed the church record which states he was born in 1673, which would make him 24 when he married Jeanne.
I am happy to see a tribute to him--and the marker recognizing the French-Canadians--in Find-A-Grave.
|Cindy Elschide||Lydia Ballett Gilbert|
Lydia is my Paternal 11th Great Uncle's 2nd wife. So we are related.
|Shelly||Katharina Merker-Wise FAG#41479666|
Thank you for posting a photo of the gravestone for Katharina. I'm wondering if you would grant me permission to use your photo on my Ancestry.com file. I have no interest in the photo for anything other than genealogical purposes and I give credit to the photo owner in the photo description.
Thanks for your consideration.
Added by Shelly on Aug 24, 2016 5:14 PM
|louise||Two Hasadiah Sturtevants|
Please note the standard Sturtevant genealogy is by Robert Hunter Sturtevant, called "Descendants of Samuel Sturtevant" (Waco TX, 1986). It gives two daughters named Hasadiah for James Sturtevant: the first died at birth in 1744, followed by her mother of the same name two days later. Father James apparently m.2 [Anne?] and had another daughter named, according to the custom of the times, after his deceased first wife Hasadiah. So your Hasadiah was b. ca. 1748 [a much more reasonable year than 1744]....since her husband Josiah Holmes was born in 1745....see the Sturtevant genealogy named above, for Family #5-120 for your Holmes family.
By the way, the naming of the 8 children of Josiah Holmes Holmes supports their ancestry: first presumed child was James, named for his maternal grandfather; second son was Josiah, named for his father and father's father ....indicating the third son, Barzilla, was named for his maternal grandmother's [Anne?] father or step-father.....Since Anne was the name of the presumed first born daughter, she was probably named for her mother's mother. Good luck with further researh!!
Added by louise on Aug 12, 2016 12:48 PM
|Cindy ||RE: Electra Harmon Edwards|
I just have his marriage record which I have posted on Electra's # 150725396 find a grave memorial
*Haram Lloyd and Aleta Harman, both of Whitchurch, married 10 Nov.1835, in Whitchurch by banns, by Rev. M. Gordon. Witnesses: John Hutchinson & George Larmont.
Source: "Home District Marriage Register (1831-1857)"
His death must have occured before Electra's 2nd marriage in 1842. They were living in King, York, Ontario, for their two children's births. More than likely that is where he died.
Sorry that is all my thoughts and records.
Added by Cindy on Jul 12, 2016 11:40 AM
|HenryL||Photos from Elmwood Cemetery|
Thank you so much for the photos from your visit to Elmwood!
Added by HenryL on Jun 18, 2016 4:04 PM
|Andrew||Henry Warren Barnard|
Hello. Where did you find the photograph of Henry Warren Barnard? Is it verified? Thank you.
Added by Andrew on Jun 13, 2016 12:52 PM
|Patricia Ibbotson||Walter Ozog|
According to the records Walter is buried in Detroit, funeral director J.F. Wasik. He's not in the Eloise Cemetery.
|Shneor||RE: Eloise Cemetery|
If there are no headstones, then that defeats my purpose (of obtaining genealogical information).
Added by Shneor on Dec 26, 2015 6:55 PM
|Carolyn [Lee] Kelly||just read next post|
SUPER KUDOs to you all out there. We have the same thing going on here in RI and neighboring the states. Graves marked by numbers, finding under roads and other places should not be. WE have group of Scouts who tackled a cemetery to clean it up and they unearthed several hundred stones! they lean it up and it is the city's responsibility to keep it clean. Now a group of Volunteers, like yours, are hitting a lot of the oldest cemeteries to recover before they are no more. KEEP UP THE SUPER WORK. Again KUDOS to ALL involved - it 'taint easy but it can be done. THANK YOU to all the VOLUNTEERS.
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