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 by using by using the "EDIT TAB ONLY" 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.
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"
William SAXTON and Mary Ann SAXTON Thank you for notifying me of the two duplicate SAXTON memorials at Estherville Cemetery at Bayham Twp., Elgin Co., Ontario. It appears the other contributor reassigned her memorials from another cemetery to the correct cemetery sometime after I created mine. I deleted mine.
I enlarged the pictures and agree with you. They were taken at different times and at different angles. I have send a message to the one in Bunker Hill and requested a check on it. I think she may have mixed up the cemeteries. This will help the family I am helping find the correct cemetery.
David Daniel Johnson Hi there. Could you please send to me the larger, original size of the death certificate? I cannot read the one you posted because it is too small Thanks! email@example.com
RE: Roy C. Fulcer Sorry but I can't explain where her 1st name comes from but I have a marriage index and 3 US Census' with the wife's name as Clay. Yes... very unusual female name. :) Thanks for the update. If I find an explanation I'll let you know.
RE: Osia Yes a very busy girl! I don't know where Raymond is buried at this time. He and Osia married in Bryan Ohio in 1946 and divorced less than a year later in 1947 in Roscommon county. That is all I can find on him.
Happened upon your additional information on the marriage record of Mary Etta Decker Howell:
"Full name: Mary Etta Decker Howell Born: Nov 19 1814 in Sandyton Township, Sussex, New Jersey, USA Died: Sept 19, 1888 in Stockbridge, Ingham, Michigan. Mary Etta 18y married John 21y on February 8, 1833 Sussex, New Jersey, USA"
I am researching the Minisink Valley settlers and their descendants scattered throughout the US & Canada. Do please drop me a note should you find family records which lead back to the provincial and/or post Revolutionary War era Minisink, Tri-state NY NJ & PA along the Delaware River. Sometimes folks stopped off elsewhere before settling down - OH, upstate NY, etc.
Virtual Cemetery "Minisink to Michigan" http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=vcsr&GSvcid=535541
More of our research at https://www.facebook.com/minisinkvalleygenealogy/