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I was able to verify my paternal grandfather and find living family thanks to Find A Grave. |
I've always had a love of history and strongly believe that I am the one to link the past generations for my grandchildren and their descendants.
My maternal surnames are: Wood, Robertson, Baker, Kenyon, St. Clair, Michigan, Dodge, Wisconsin; Schoeppe, Woecker, Berlin, Germany, Gurke, Dresden, Saxony, Germany;
Withycombe, Chafe, Cambridge, Massachusetts, St. Johns, Newfoundland.
My paternal surnames are: Clayborn, Hylton, Norton, Barber, Newton County, Arkansas, Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia.
Hubbell, Diltz, Olathe, Kansas. Fanning, Ranhart, Kentucky, Illinois. Simon, Otterbein, Ohio Valley, Rhine, Germany.
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|Doug Woodhouse||RE: Ernest Withycombe Photo|
Unfortunately it was an extremely bright day and it was very hard to see the writing on the stone: I did the best I could. I go to Forest Hills Cemetery often, however, and if I'm back in that area on an cloudy/overcast day, the conditions might be right for a better picture. I'll see if I can't get a better picture in that case.
|Thomas & Darlene||RE: # 61204450 Fanning, WR & Nancy|
Yes you may use the photo's for William and Nancy Fanning. Thank you for asking.
|Janis Humbert||RE: Hubbell, James Joshua #30645143|
Hi Linda, yes you can use any of my photos that I have taken for your personal use. I have transfered management of mr. Hubbell over to you. thank you also for your kind words. Janis
|NkNMOORE||RE: Photo permission for Baker/Kenyon Graves|
Yes, you may use my photos. If you would like copies of the originals just send me an email requesting the ones you would like. I realize this is a public site and people just grab what they want, but I do so appreciate your asking first. Thank you.
Added by NkNMOORE on Jul 29, 2012 10:13 AM
|Suzanne||RE: Baker & Wood, St. Clair County|
Hi Linda, There are two active cemeteries in Marine City - the Catholic Cemetery is Holy Cross and the municipal cemetery is Woodlawn.
The St. Clair Family History Group transcribed all the cemeteries in the '80's and the transcriptions for both Holy Cross and Woodlawn are on the St. Clair Co. Genweb site; however, your Ada and Frederick are not listed. This probably means there are no stones.
So the next step is to call the respective offices and ask for burial records. Of course, if your family weren't Catholic, then you would just be interested in Woodlawn.
Holy Cross Church (Our Lady of the River Parish) 810-765-3568
Marine City Clerk - 810-765-8846
If I can be of further help, please let me know. Best wishes, Suzanne
Added by Suzanne on May 18, 2012 10:05 AM