|J. Van Holstyn (#47998734)|
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Surnames I am researching: Holmquist, Telder, Kornoelje, Brummeler, Barendse, Bessey, Clouse, Whitaker, Blocher, Beam, Taylor, Faulkner, Ohlinger, Maitlen, Van Holstyn, Vogel |
I enjoy getting out and taking volunteer photos as time and weather permits. Please feel free to copy any photos I take. I take the photos for those who are unable and feel no ownership toward them. I enjoy any emails letting me know how I was able to help!
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|H.J.Worst||Re: Doornink at Fulton St.|
Hi J. Van Holstyn....
While reviewing some grave-sites at Fulton St cemetery I noticed a photo that you may want to move. A photo for Derk Doornink Jr. (9514815) is posted on Derk Doornink Sr's (9514811) page. Derk Jr. currently has no picture. Just thought I would let you know, also thanks for your great photos.
|Pat Minor||Martin and Victoria Alberts|
Thanks for the Alberts photos from Holy Trinity Cemetary. The detail was nicely done. I appreciate your time and effort.
Pat M from SC
Hello, I just added Dina Telder, Peter Telder's first wife. 127363748, I think Adrian Telder his the son of Dina.
Added by RKosters on Apr 03, 2014 1:53 PM
|Bob Worcester||RE: Lawrence Bestrom|
I have no other information on the Bestroms other than what is posted on Find A Grave. I am not related to them.
The Whitneyville Cemetery is just down the street from us and I decided to "adopt" the cemetery and photograph and record each headstone in the cemetery. In other words, give back to the users of Find a Grave something for all the help that other volunteers have given to me in my quest to find my ancestors. Wish I could be of more help in your quest of finding your Bestrom ancestors.
|Diana Frick-Simons||RE: Jacob Frick|
Hi Joanne:looks like we are distant cousins..how truly awesome..glad you like the find a grave info i put up..it all started with my late dad Donald G Frick who died in July 2003..so i started researching the Frick family were they came from..Zurich Switzerland-Germany then to America..God bless you and your family..Diana:)
|Kat Kent||Faulkner name|
Have you came across a Charles Faulkner that live in Michigan and married a Rachel May Kent by any chance. I doing the family tree and cant find Rachel and Charles after they got married.
Also if you go to Grand Rapids cemeteries looking check internet with the city cemeteries, they have a website with all city own with location on where the graves are and map of the cemetery you looking at. thought I drop the hint along.
Added by Kat Kent on Jul 14, 2013 9:12 PM
Hi Joanne! Yipee! Yes, we are related, well my husband is. His mother is a Brummeler. I have some information on the line through his cousin, Ernestine Brummeler Richardson. I would be happy to share my information with you. firstname.lastname@example.org I do not have much information on your line. If you'd be willing to share, I would be thrilled. Thanks for contacting me!
Added by VMoloney on Jul 07, 2013 7:15 PM
|Candy||RE: Tom VanHolstyn|
Your welcome! Go ahead and post. It is part of your history!
Added by Candy on Jul 05, 2013 10:37 AM
|Susan Gates Davis||RE: Martin and Anna Kornoelje|
I have looked and didn't find them, but I'm not certain that means they're not there. It could be they just don't have stones, but it could also be I read the map wrong or something.
|akun||David L. Fenske Memorial Photeo Request|
Thanks for telling me about the problem with David's gravestone. According to cemetery records, he is buried on the NW Corner and Grave: 3 of Section: G, Lot: 331 in 1937. This is next to his parents, Ewald and Bernadine. I assume that they didn't purchase a gravestone for him. They were buried on the grave site in 1983 and 1984. Thanks for your time and effort.
Added by akun on May 27, 2013 7:37 PM
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