|Richard Stork (#47846013)|
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I was born and raised in Michigan, currently residing in the Flint area. My wife and I enjoy working on family history and making new friends at the local cemeteries. Some of the residents make the best company.|
My wife and I are currently documenting markers at local cemeteries. Because some of the people we meet have not yet been added to Find A Grave, we have become their temporary custodians. I would be happy to transfer any of these memorials to a family member.
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|Carl Catherman||Ezra Gearhart|
Thank you very much for updating his memorial.
Hi Richard, thank you for the transfers of the Loranger memorials. Your time in creating the memorials is greatly appreciated.
|Georgia Girl||RE: Thorntons at Gracelawn|
The Thornton's are not direct ancestors in my family. My aunt was married into the family. I have resubmitted the corrections to you.
|Joe||Lee William Raycraft|
Here is an obituary my wife's grandmother (Anna Bell Adams (Handford)) had in her possession about Lee William Raycraft (65075403) published Feb. 6, 1958. Thought you might like the extra information:
"Thursday Rites for Prominent Life Resident. Lee William Raycraft of Arcada township, route one, Alma, died Monday evening, February 3rd after three weeks of serious illness and several years of poor health. A prominent retired farmer in the area, he was born August 6, 1876 in Pine River township, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Raycraft. A life resident of Gratiot county, Mr. Raycraft was superintendent of the Gratiot County Farm for twenty years, beginning in 1919 and staying in the position until his retirement.
He is survived by his wife, Mary; a son, Paul of rural Alma; two grandchildren, William Raycraft and Mrs. Betty Stahl; seven great grandchildren; his brothers and sisters, Mrs. Dora Bradford of Alma, Mrs. Ora Michaels of Alma, Mrs. Lottie Wood of St. Louis, George of St. Louis, Roy of Alma, Ray of Lansing and Harlow of Saginaw; and several nieces and nephews.
Services will be held today, Thursday, at 2:00 at the Moody-Wolfel Funeral Home, Rev. Charles Hahn officiating, with burial in Riverside cemetery. Acting as pallbearers will be Bernard Wood, Dwight McClintic, Orlin Fletcher, Frank Aumaugher, Frank Silhavy and Daniel Bush."
Added by Joe on Jan 26, 2014 3:36 PM
|Charles Thompson||photos of headstones|
thank you very much for the photos of the headstones for Eula Williams, Zena, Ward, and Ellen Cameron.
|Susan Gates Davis||Nichols Grave Photos|
Thank you very much, Richard! :-)
|Louise K||West Headstones|
Thank you so much for the photos of John and Jane West's headstones.
Added by Louise K on Oct 11, 2013 8:59 AM
|Elaine Schenot, Queenealogist||Harry Dotzauer|
Thank you *very* much for the excellent photos of Harry Dotzauer's gravestone and the large Dotzauer family marker! He was always called Harry, so I'm not surprised that his stone says that rather than Henry. Bless you!
|Kari Olson||Lovina McCreery headstone|
Thanks for all the photos. May i use for my family tree? I give photo credits.
|Joe||Dora Mae Raycraft|
Thank you for the corrections to Dora's memorial and hope it was ok I gave you credit for them. Sorry it took me so long to respond.
Added by Joe on Jan 25, 2013 9:03 PM
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