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DTQuester (#47130671)
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Bio Photo We are the Dexter Trail Questers. We are a group of ladies interested in history and historical things. We have adopted as our current "project" the logging, verifying and photographing of each gravestone in Fairview Cemetery, Dansville MI. All visible stones in Fairview Cemetery as of July 2013 have been photographed. We are a very cooperative organization so any time a "family member" seeks a memorial they are interested in maintaining but "owned" by DT Quester, please, notify us and we will be happy to transfer ownership. Also, we are looking for family stories of the people buried in Fairview so if there are any out there floating around in cyberspace, please pass them onto us! We have gotten an "historical" designation to the cemetery and had a great dedication ceremony Oct. 3, 2010.

We are now working on getting records and photos for other cemeteries in the Dansville, Williamston, White Oak, and Stockbridge areas.

NOTE: Our organization is now cleaning markers and resetting some "tablet" markers-depending on damage. For more information, please email us.

DO NOT email us for any memorial requests, use edit tab ONLY.

Also please include your FAG membership number.

It provides a link to the memorial, making quick and smooth transactions. Thank you.

PLEASE NOTE:

USE EDIT TAB ON THE MEMORIAL PAGE FOR ALL TRANSFERS, ADDITIONS OR CORRECTIONS. Requests not made this way will be deleted.

REMINDER: "Federal copyright laws prohibit the coping of photographs without the original photographers written consent, which must be provided prior to the duplication"


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Ryley Meagher
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Fairview Cemetery; Ingham Co.,MI Phebe E. Granger was married to Charles B. Hall according to information found on-line. You can barely see his name at the bottom of the stone. Hale Watson Granger was her brother, as was John C. Granger. She was born abt 1824. Ryley writer1@tds.net
Added by Ryley Meagher on Aug 10, 2014 9:58 AM
Sheila Tyler Houvener
RE: Wife of Joseph T Crandall
Thanks, I saw that the last name is spelled Crandell. Very curious that within the same family some spelled Crandall while others used Crandell.
Added by Sheila Tyler Houvener on Jul 11, 2014 9:02 AM
Sheila Tyler Houvener
RE: Wife of Joseph T Crandall
Hmm, this is what I see when I look at his memorial: Sarah Alida Whitbeck 1822-1908 died in Shiawassee County, Michigan-unable to locate. No link to her.

I have her death record and she is buried in Roselawn cemetery in Perry. Her married name is Sarah Marsh. I did a search for her in that cemetery and she didn't have a memorial.
Sheila

Added by Sheila Tyler Houvener on Jul 10, 2014 11:22 AM
Sheila Tyler Houvener
Wife of Joseph T Crandall
On the memorial site of Joseph T Crandall (132224915) you state that you can't find information on where his wife Sarah Whitbeck is burried. I have found that information and will pass it on to you if you like, so you may create a memorial for her and link it to the family.
Sheila Houvener
Added by Sheila Tyler Houvener on Jul 10, 2014 9:25 AM
Barry Barnes
Thanks You
Thanks for all the grave site you have added. I have many of my family is laid to rest in Dansville. I will be there the first two weeks in July taking photos of the famliy plots Starting with mt granma and granpa Baker. It is a great thing you are doing and thank you very much for what you have done.


Barry E. Barnes,TSgt,USAF,Retired
Added by Barry Barnes on Jun 26, 2014 5:28 PM
Alan Eugene Koch
Pheba Lantis & Glen Sharland
Thanks so very much for transferring Pheba and Glen to our account.

The Lantis and Sharland families are important parts of my wife's ancestry.

Best Regards,
Alan
Added by Alan Eugene Koch on May 08, 2014 10:14 AM
Ron Cole
RE: Paul Oesterle
I watched a guy engrave a stone one day, it's actually sandblasted. It takes longer to prepare the stone than the actual engraving.
Paul's stone is a mystery though.
Ron
Added by Ron Cole on May 04, 2014 8:18 AM
Leslie Lewis
Lucia Wade Marshall
Thank you so much for the transfer! I appreciate all you do for the Find A Grave community.
Leslie Lewis
Added by Leslie Lewis on May 03, 2014 8:51 PM
Ron Cole
RE: Paul Oesterle
I noticed that. I wondered how you did that.(lol) The stone does not look new, only Paul's date.
Ron
Added by Ron Cole on May 01, 2014 1:11 PM
Ron Cole
Paul Oesterle
I have added a new picture with Pauls death year engraved.
Ron Cole
Added by Ron Cole on May 01, 2014 11:41 AM
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