My name is Kat, my mother's maiden name is Rouse. Alfred Carter an Susan Catherine DeMoss Rouse were her great grand parents. I have pictures of there two. Susan's is not very clear, but A.C.'s is. Would it be alright with you if posted them to their memorials?
Added by Kat on Jul 11, 2015 5:35 PM
|Valarie L Weaver||Sarah J Rouse|
Hi. My name is Valarie. Could you please check your email for a message I will send you shortly. I believe that Sarah may have been my Great-Great Grandmother. Thank you
|Marina||Chase Cemetery Location|
Picture caption: Entrance of Chase Cemetery, it has no sign. The cemetery is located 3/4 miles west of Chase on Farrington Rd.
I tried to look up Farrington Rd on Google Maps but it's not listed. Did you mean 56th St? Is there a listing for the cemetery? Look forward to your reply. Thanks. Marina Yeager, Contributor #46871120
Added by Marina on Apr 02, 2015 2:42 PM
|Angie Draper||Thomas Wheaton|
You have Thomas Wheaton in Dover Township Cemetery (Bristol Cemetery). He is buried in North Park Cemetery in Luther, Michigan. Can you please remove him from Dover Township Cemetery (Bristol Cemetery), Luther, Michigan. Thanks.
|Cecilia Chase||joan v dickinson|
you have a duplicate of 73696871
|RLKosters||RE: Stocking/Widdicomb Family|
I made the links to her parents!
|Alice Cook||Amelia (Bradford) Masters|
My name is Alice (Gibson) Cook. We met a few years ago in Baldwin. Paul and Emma Gibson are my grandparents.
With that said, I am contacting you because you have a "find a grave" entry for Amelia stating you are unsure of her burial site. I believe I have found her buried in the Evergreen Cemetery I Alpena, Michigan. Find a Grave Memorial number 126092791 name Amelia (Masters)Seymour. She was remarried in 1895 to a Walter Seymour.
Hope this helps. Happy hunting and hope we can work together sometime.
|Ouida Stark Brumley Martin||John Lester and Olivia Stark Brumley|
Please ... will you please transfer my grandparents to me.
Stark Brumley Martin
That was East Ellsworth Cemetery.
Added by Aldon on Sep 07, 2014 3:39 PM
|Aldon||J W Goodle|
I contacted you awhile back about "Goodle" possibly being "Goodar." Their Civil War records being identical.
Someone also posted Elizabeth (Nulf) Goodar (John's wife) in the same cemetery.
It is now possible that Goodle/Goodar is an empty grave since John Goodar is buried in the town of Luther.
Added by Aldon on Sep 07, 2014 3:36 PM
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