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mimargie (#47385273)
 member for 6 years, 4 months, 10 days
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I am one of the "Crazy Cemetery Ladies of Lenawee County" and you can google that name to find several cemeteries in Lenawee County, Michigan.
I love making records of cemeteries and taking photos but since I'm a novice at the computer I have not figured out a fast way of putting these pictures online....yet.
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 • 73 Memorials Added
 • 105 Memorials Managed
 • 25 Photos
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Gail Black
Henry Waite
How about if I add your info and then transfer him to you? No, there are no markers at either of these locations, but that is something I am working on (as far as getting the city to erect a plaque with the names).

Added by Gail Black on Feb 04, 2016 9:13 PM
RE: Photo of stone of John & Etta Little
Added by meeganm on Sep 16, 2015 3:42 PM
Mike F
RE: Ferguson
Hi Margie!

I don't recall seeing your message on here earlier. Thanks much....hope y'all are well. :)
Added by Mike F on Jun 04, 2015 1:32 PM
RE: Civil War Soldier
Hi there.
Sorry I am not really up on the Civil War records. I walk cemeteries and take photos as we look for specific folks. My wife is a retired history teacher and we took the kids down to the museum at Andersonville. I have been there three times and always stop and take a few hundred photos of headstones of men who died there from Conn., West Va., and Tenn. as that is where we have lived. Sorry to say I did not save all of the photos after I put them on Find A Grave. If your relative lived to leave Andersonville I suspect that you will find him somewhere near where he died.
In Kingston, Tenn there was a cemetery near where a temporary hospital was set up. Also, down here in Georgia in Covington there are several around with "Unknowns" who died in the hospital are buried. It is a sad state of affairs trying to find a needle in a haystack.
Sorry I could not help with your request. Bud
Added by Bud on Apr 12, 2015 1:32 PM
Mike F
Hi Margie! :)
Added by Mike F on Jan 26, 2015 3:57 PM
RE: Ira Mann
ok yes, that's Dame Hill

I thought I had photographed every headstone there--will have to go back. Do you recall seeing her headstone?

Added by LadyGoshen on Oct 21, 2014 1:29 PM
Nancy Ann Mull Buchanan
Helen Duffy Fessler
You are welcome for the picture. Please feel free to use any pictures I have taken... I'm very happy to share with all!
Added by Nancy Ann Mull Buchanan on Jul 12, 2013 5:22 PM
RE: Duffy Clan
You are most "Welcome".
Glad to be able to do it.
The "Very Best" to you and all yours, Bud.
Added by Bud on Nov 18, 2012 11:27 AM
RE: Joseph & Jewell Duffy
Hey there, and a BIG Good Morning MnM, from Stn Mtn. Ga.
Well, glad to meet ya.
Sorry no relation, but love that name for sure. Long Story short, I got into this walking cemeteries looking for relatives and would not pass any veterans grave. So, that is how I found the Duffy's. I put on photos of the medals, in place of flowers, mentioned on the Marker. I have just added the photo of the service medal for WWII. It was not on his marker, so I did not know.
December 7, 1941, I was at Camp Blanding Fla., an Army brat for sure, having a GI take care of me while mom and dad were spending a weekend somewhere. A day I will never forget for sure.
Need anything down here I will be glad to help.
Happy Researching, and enjoy Find A Grave, it has been fun.
Bud, and Vicky Sue sez "Hey".
PS. Our first year here, 1987, we had four MSU students, two at a time, stay with us. I would always say "Go Big Blue" for them. Ya know we had a fantastic time for sure. BB
Added by Bud on Nov 18, 2012 5:35 AM
I transferred Alex & Flora to you. Let me know if there are any others you want transferred.
Added by Pege on Aug 28, 2012 9:05 PM
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