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Chuck Brandon (#48002728)
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Bio Photo I live in the same town that I grew up in, Charlotte, Michigan. After 4 years in the United States Air Force (Vietnam Vet. 1969). I sold GM Vehicles for 35 years. I have 2 daughters, 1 Grandson & 1 Granddaughter. Sadly, My wife Barb (#48691017) lost her brave battle with Cancer in Feb.,2010. I retired shortly after her death. I started my Genealogy research in about 1974. Through the years too many other things were much more important than Genealogy. Now I'm back in Deep. My family and friends spend 24 hours every June at our local American Cancer Society "Relay For Life" Event since 2005. I also enjoy my back yard bird habitat. I really enjoy searching, finding and photographing grave markers for fellow "Find A Grave" members. Please feel free to use any of my photos for your tree. A Big Thank You To All Contributors!
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Kendra Ro
Orville Haun
Thank you so much for the picture. He was the brother of my 2x great grandmother. I have deep roots in Eaton County, although I've never even been to Charlotte myself. Thanks again.
Added by Kendra Ro on Jul 02, 2015 10:01 PM
Henning family plot - michigan
Searched for Clara and Joseph J Hennings and found the single stones for each of them. The family plot picture has a Hennings tombstone, but the small stones are for Clara's son and his wife. Would the 2 small stones in the back of the picture be Clara and Joseph's?
Added by Debbie on Jun 28, 2015 10:14 AM
Vicki (Willis) Scribner
Beekman Grave
Thank you so much for taking the photograph. It is very much appreciated.
Added by Vicki (Willis) Scribner on Jun 25, 2015 4:33 PM
Hazel S Casey
Thank you for the picture. I was hoping to find Lawrence Bibbins. There is no sign of him on Find A Grave, i wish I knew thwir story. I do appreciate your time. Hope it is cooler where you are than Virginia!
Added by woodsyOR on Jun 25, 2015 9:29 AM
Thank you for getting photographs of the family stones!! Thank you; thank you
Added by Lisa on Jan 02, 2015 6:39 PM
Marilee Mouser
James and Ursula Mouser
Thank you, Chuck!!! It's always nice to see the memorial!!
Added by Marilee Mouser on Dec 07, 2014 7:47 PM
Laura Plummer Ranville
Hazel Wiles Nerone
Hi Chuck. Thanks for your note. I agree with you, I'll bet she's the same person. It looks like Frank Nerone's name is engraved on the back side of the Oliver & Hazel Wiles stone?
I've removed the duplicate and made links between Hazel and her two husbands.
Added by Laura Plummer Ranville on Nov 05, 2014 6:05 PM
RE: Beulah Soules
Thanks for cleaning the headstone before photographing. That was very nice of you.

Yes, Addie is Beulah's mother. I did not have Addie's gravesite info yet so thank you for finding hers for me too. Her name is Adeline so I had not found it since I was searching ofr an Adeline instead of Addie.

Thank you again, I truly appreciate it!
Added by Peggy on Nov 04, 2014 9:19 AM
Beulah Soules
Thank you for taking the time to take a photo of the headstone for Beulah Soules.
Added by Peggy on Nov 03, 2014 5:30 PM
Daniel Mead
On behalf of the ND Masonic Foundation and Historic Yellowstone Masonic Lodge No. 88, I thank you for your efforts to locate and photograph Daniel's grave site. Now, his history is almost complete and can shared with that of his comrades at historic Ft. Buford,Dakota Territory.

He made this journey out west prior to the Battle of the Little Big Horn, and Ft. Buford was the supply depot for the military during the western expansion into Montana and Idaho. Daniel was one of the 50 members of the first Chartered Masonic Lodge in what is now the state of North Dakota.

He and his comrades are now listed in the virtual cemetery - Yellowstone Historic Lodge No. 88 - and thanks to volunteers like you we can share this with the world.

Thanks again for posting the great photos for us!

Added by PGM93 on Oct 29, 2014 8:49 AM
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