|Jeanne Cermak (#47211756)|
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Just a crazy woman who likes to wander grave yards :P|
Amateur genealogist who has ran into that brick wall more than once when birth or death dates stand in your way.
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|DeeAnn||Pvt. Merrit N. Cole|
Jeanne ... you have added M. N. Cole to find a grave and say he had a grave stone at the Flushing cemetery, have you seen the grave stone if so will you please take a picture of it for me ... my dilemma is that entry #25380593 is also Merrit N. Cole (Pvt) and there is a gravestone for him in Wild Wood Cemetery in MI .. Merrit is my great great grandfather on my father's side of the family. Any help would be more appreciated.
DeeAnn (Cole) Scott #47953636
Added by DeeAnn on Jun 03, 2014 4:20 PM
|Barb LaJoie||George cole|
According to the print out I've got of the cemetery you have his death date for his birth date
also says his middle initial is O. or D.
Jeanne ... thank you so much for the transfer, I volunteer for Jerome Cemetery in Idaho ... should you need any pics taken here I would be happy to help ... Lord Bless you & Happy New Year 2014.
Added by DeeAnn on Jan 02, 2014 8:45 PM
Thank you for your sponsorship. It's nice to know that people are taking an interest in the database.
Best of all wishes to you !
Added by NWO on Jun 24, 2012 6:29 AM
I added the photo for Robert Leadman today. I also added a memorial for his wife, and several others surrounding him.
I had no idea if Frances was the daughter of Robert or Warren, and how Warren was related to Robert, but I did get them all on here! Now, if you want me to transfer those memorials to you, I would be happy to do so.
|Max||William & Caroline King|
The date on Carline's headstone said 1854 instead of 1856, it's hard to see in the picture and there was also a Harry N. King military headstone next to them if you are interesterd in it. It says Michigan, Pvt 1 CL, 609 Aero S, Air Service, March 6, 1932
Added by Max on Mar 15, 2012 11:37 AM
|CPOLLICE1947||Franklin Cole,Spring Lake Cemetery, Ottawa Cty, MI|
After much research, and walking almost all of the East side of Spring Lake Cemetery,I found "Cole" family members but no Franklin Cole.
I called the township office today, and was told by the administrator there that he is listed has having died and being buried there. however, there is no headstone.
Apparently years ago, many grave markers were made of wood. She said there was a fire that damaged or destroyed many of these headstones. They were never replaced.
There is no marker to take a picture of. I will see if I can get the grave location, and put a few flowers on it and take a picture so the family will have some information on where he is buried.
|Gerri Gray||Edwin & Minnie Novotny|
Thank you ever so much for photographing my grandparents' headstone at the Bohemian National Cemetery. I really appreciate the photo as I've never had the opportunity to visit their graves. Thanks again!
|Dancer||RE: Anna Sauer|
Wow! I would love those photos as well! I will dig a little deeper and figure out where they fall on my tree. How wonderful of you to offer! May I make a copy of your photos for my scrapbook?
I will get their memorials made ASAP.
Added by Dancer on Oct 12, 2011 6:46 PM