|Layna Jan Wilson (#46991057)|
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60 years old - photo was taken this past month.|
PLEASE, do not send me emails for use of CAPS...I am in full defense for my right to use CAPS...for emphasis...CAPS GET A BAD RAP IN LIFE...they have a right to live as they were created.
If you do not like CAPS...then, don't read my pages.
Some people like CAPS, others don't...to each his own.
LIFE is far too short and too fraught with problems and such, to fret over the use of a few CAPITALIZED LETTERS.
Freedom to express one's views, should always be taken into account.
It is not against the LAW, too, to use CAPS, thankfully.
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|Nick Laham||RE: HELLO NICK...|
|miran||RE: HELLO MIRAN...|
And you should have been notified by now that I put the cemetery photo on your memorial for you. I'm glad I could locate your ancestor for you.
Added by miran on May 25, 2015 1:29 PM
|akm||RE: HELLO AKM...|
Added by akm on May 19, 2015 4:54 PM
|Bronx Aquarian||RE: HELLO B.A. ...|
I am so confused by you note. I took individual pictures of the other three stones and can't find the names you mention. There is Emma, his wife; a child, George Burnham, who lived for only 1 day; and another child, Boudinot, who lived until 1940 and was an MD. Emma died twenty years before her husband so he may have remarried and had other children but no one else is buried in this Stimson plot (especially Frederick's parents).
|AngryHippieChick||RE: HELLO A.H.C. ...|
It was not a problem at all. It was in one of my favorite cemetery's...and in my favorite old section of it too. I couldn't pass on the opportunity & was stoked when I found it! ;)
I believe this Jane Doolittle is buried in the Cedar Hill Cemetery in Newark, Ohio, NOT this Cedar Hill in Brownsville, Ohio. Both are in Licking County Ohio.
Added by SC22 on Apr 12, 2015 1:51 PM
|Renée D. Gonnello||RE: HELLO RENEE...|
Glad to help out.
Wishing you and yours a Merry Christmas & a Healthy, Happy New Year.
*~* Renée *~*
|Diane Zoulek||RE: HELLO DIANE...|
I am not a member of the Corman family, I was just filling photo request when I took pictures of Adelia and Charles grave markers. I noted on Charles memorial page that he died in August of 1928. There is no death date on his marker - and he does not have a small marker with his name on it as does Amelia, just the large family marker showing he was buried there. Per Grand Rapids cemetery records, he was buried August 22, 1928, so I would assume he probably died on the 19th, as it seems people who passed in that time were held about 3 days before burial.
Note that I also took photos for Ross and Theron Corman. I also noted there was a Susan Apsey buried in that cemetery, whose maiden name was Corman, so I went over and took pictures of her marker and the 5-6 other Apsey's that were buried at the Apsey family stone.
Good luck in your search for more family.
|Myrna Davis||RE: HELLO MYRNA|
Hello Layna, You are very welcome. I am not related. These are cemeteries very close to my home. I have always enjoyed cemetery walks looking for my ancestors. I thought what a wonderful way to do something I enjoy and help others at the same time.
|Denise Rose||RE: Hello Denise -|
My last name is Rose by marriage. As far as I know his family was located in D.C. and the Virginias. I haven't found them in New York.
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