|Julia Ather||Park Cemetery in Marquette|
Hi, Mary Ann,
I've sent you some edits on some folks in Park Cemetery, and I just want to let you know that the information all comes from the person's death certificate. The certificates are online.
|orleans||question re: Daniel Raymond "Boo Boo" Beauchaine|
hi mary ann. i'm hoping you can tell me what the artwork is on this headstone. you listed the picture in april of 2012 and when i enlarge the photo my monitor just blurrs it. i can't tell if this is supposed to be a bunny or a puppy or what. could you please help? thanks so much. here is the link to your photo:
Added by orleans on Apr 11, 2013 10:01 PM
|Barbara Sherriff Hahn||Memorial# 70653754|
May I use your photo for Theodore and Lorraine Wright?Memorial# 70653754
Thank you so much for this memorial.
|Jim Culver||RE: Photos of Amasa Culver's Stone|
Hello Mary Ann,
Sorry it's taken me so long to respond to your question regarding Amasa Culver.
Amasa Culver was born and spent most of his life in Elkland, Tooga Co., Pennsylvania. The Federal Censuses from 1850 thru 1870 showed him there. His wife Jeanette Blackmand was also from Elkland, Penn.
The 1880 Census shows him in Woodhull, Steuben Co., New York (about 10 miles Northwest of Elkland, Penn.). Thru 1880 he was always recorded as a Farmer.
His obituary says that he moved to L'Anse, Michigan in 1889, then to Marquette a few years later. The obituary noted that he was a lumberman, as does the Michigan Death Index.
I'm not sure why he doesn't have any family around him in the cemetery. His widow was still living in Marquette in 1910 the their son Edgar. The reason Amasa may have a nice monument could be that his son, Rush Culver, was a very successful lawyer and later a "Receiver" of the U.S. Land Office.
Thanks again for the photos.
|Jim Culver||Photos of Amasa Culver's Stone|
Thank you Mary Ann. Especially for trudging out in the snow.
|David T. Veal||RE: Hetherington grave picture|
Hello Mary Ann,
You are very welcome. Glad to hear that the picture has such value and meaning. I truly enjoy being a volunteer because of the joy that I may bring other folks, and especially when they are as appreciative and considerate as you.
|j wyke||add. info|
Good morning Mary Ann;
additional info on Brown family..
George Perry Brown f.a.g.#68345966
his father is
Charles Brown f.a.g.#54203634
They are all burried same plot.
I thank you in advance
Judy in MI.
Added by j wyke on Sep 24, 2011 9:41 AM
|j wyke||George P.Brown|
Good evening Mary Ann;
could you please link GEORGE P.BROWN Find A Grave.#68345966 and reunite him with his mother,
CELINDA LOUNDA PERRY BROWN Find A Grave#54203582??
I am trying to keep this line going thru?
Thank you in advance.
Judy in MI.
Added by j wyke on Sep 10, 2011 5:37 PM
|j wyke||Florence J. HUNTINGTON Brown|
Dear Mary Ann;
Thankyou so much for taking the photo of Florence J.Brown.Her family history goes back to the Revolution War.
I am a full time caregiver for a family member traveling over any distances is impossible.
Added by j wyke on Apr 17, 2011 9:45 AM
|Jen Spengler||Thank you|
Thank you very much for taking a picture of my father's headstone. I really appreciate it. Again...Thanks.
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