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|Northwoodsnormy||RE: Mitchell wives|
Since he was only married once I think we can assume that Mother is her- I was pretty sure she had to be there- But you never can tell- My 2 gr grandmother came to hate- no despise her husband- she left him in 1900, then when My gr grandparents moved to the U P of Michigan 1906 she went with them- Bay city Michigan was not big enough for the two of them- She even lied and said she was born in Michigan as she didn't want to born in the same county & State [Monroe Co New York] as him. She remained in Thompson Michigan until he died, then went back to Bay City- she had to wait 11 years. She then died 7 years later- she was strict Catholic she extracted the promise from her kids that she would not be in the same Catholic Cemetery as him. Her wishes were honored she is in Calvary Bay Co Mi and he is in St Patrick Cemetery Bay City. You never can tell!!! Thanks- I'll get her stuff tomorrow I have been at this computer all day.
Thanks for the transfers. Very much appreciated.
|Greg Ferguson||Ellen Clark|
Thank you so much for taking the time to photograph the tombstone.
I'm looking forward to when the snow clears here in Winnipeg and be able to search tombstones for others here.
|KR||RE: Lindenfield family|
My connection is that Maria (Lutman) Lindenfield was my great-grandmother's sister, so my connection is slim. You might be a better steward of the site. If you want to transfer them to me that is fine too.
Added by KR on Mar 13, 2014 3:19 PM
Thank you so much for your time and trouble- Iam sure that she is there- but no doubt the records were lost in that fire. Such is life. So many of the cemeteries no longer have sextons and it is more of a problem locating the burial lists for the cemeteries. Thanks again for your time and trouble- I hope you are having the heat wave that we are having-25+, it may get to 40+ Monday, I will not hold my breath however!!! Thank you Karen Gould Norman
|Northwoodsnormy||RE: Aquilla Mitchell's wife|
Goodness! I wasn't expecting all this! Thank you- It does make sense that the wives should be buried with their husbands since they died in the same town. Tell me about the snow- here in Rhinelander some cemeteries do not even plow- no burials until spring. I found burials for about 15 of one of my cousins mothers family right here in Rhinelander- my cousin lives in Omaha, Nebraska- she had asked me to do research on her mothers family never did I expect to trace them to Rhinelander Wisconsin But here they are- I am waiting patiently for the 3 feet of snow to go away- they aren't going anywhere- and they are just a mile and a half away. I have already gotten 15 obits from the Library, so grave marker pictures will nicely finish it off.
Again thank you, The Mitchell family connects to my 2nd cousins wife who after tracing my great grandfathers line back to Canada- found that his wife is also a cousin- it seems that our families have been marrying into each other for 300 years- 10 times found. thanks again- Karen Gould Norman
Thank you for the transfer- he is my cousins 2 gr grandfather
|Northwoodsnormy||Aquilla Mitchell's wife|
Aguilla Barber Mitchell # 115025993 in Hillsdale Cemetery. I see that you are the owner of the grave photo, as well as created the memorial. He is my cousin's wife 2 gr grandfather and I am the family genealogist. My question since you obiously live up there. His wife Elizabeth Dennis Mitchell born 1817 Cornell England Died 5 Feb 1903 [on North Street] Petrolia. Is their a burial list for this cemetery?? I would think that she would be buried with him, but I live in Rhinelander Wisconsin USA, and don't regularly get up you way. I have tried to find burial lists with no luck. Since you are Sarnia Kid- you may have resources available that are not available to me. firstname.lastname@example.org
Karen Gould Norman Thank You in advance if ypu can be of assistance
|B. C. B. : :=)||edits|
There is a new thing on the memorials.
You need to go to your Contributor page. At the top on the right click the edit tab.
This will bring up any edits that have been sent to you for your memorials.
On the right is a drop down. go to it then go to the bottom of the page and click on the button there.
The computer will do what ever you selected. It will also send a message saying so,
to the member that made the suggestion.
|virginia||:Little Jack Ross - Woodland|
His father is Oliver Arthur Ross. #120356474 if you'd like to connect them. I'm in the process of obtaining his mother's verification, although I believe she is buried beside Oliver.
Thank you. Virginia email@example.com
Added by virginia on Nov 15, 2013 2:02 PM
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