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RE: Isaac and Jane (Barr) Steele
Normally I list the children in the bio (if I know them) as a way of helping others who are looking to link children to their parents. It is a way of helping fellow Find A Grave contributors as well as a service to their family. Of course, linking the memorials requires finding the children first and linking them back. Thanks for adding the info. I did just notice that I accidently typed "Pollu" instead of "Polly" - could you correct that? Thanks.
Added by CW on Sep 15, 2015 9:17 PM
Vicki Bishop
William Green
Can you tell me where you got the information on the William Green Memorial at Sharon Hollow or Gillet Cemetery, Washentaw Co, MI?

This is my GGGGrandfather and it would be great if I could find other descendants.

Vicki Pennington Bishop
You can email me at
Added by Vicki Bishop on Feb 11, 2015 12:00 PM
Jean Williams
RE: # 53989767
I know, they are all related to my deceased husband who was born (1936) and raised in Germany, been there 5 times myself. We had translated many of the documents pertaining to them and met with many of them over there. Its been lots of fun and interesting. My best to you.
Added by Jean Williams on Jan 29, 2015 3:25 PM
Jean Williams
RE: # 53989767
So very sorry to hear of your health situation, I hope you make a full recovery in this new year, Blessings to you.

There was a note about Kurfess or Kurfek on the stone.....It was not a remark was it being a German . We don't have this in our English alphabet, it is used to mean a double ss.
Added by Jean Williams on Jan 29, 2015 4:20 AM
Jean Williams
# 53989767
That is not a K.

That is a . In German script that is a double 's'.

Sort of a short-hand way of writing a double 's'.

It is making a point that the ss are more stressed in pronunciation.
Added by Jean Williams on Jan 27, 2015 6:26 AM
Good to know. I was told that all of the church's records were posted online by a genealogical society but they don't list them for some reason. I have pretty much posted photos and created memorials for everyone who had a visible gravestone a couple of years ago but don't recall th having a stone. Many old stones were broken and stored near a tree, some of them unreadable. If I go by there on a nice day I'll stop and look again for any Feldkamp family members.
Added by MixedStock on Sep 12, 2014 4:04 PM
Mary Jo Bailey
Thanks for the obits , pictures and copies of death certificates you have added to the Hendershott/Dudley graves.
Added by Mary Jo Bailey on Aug 29, 2014 8:21 PM
J Bertram
Carl Jacob Bauer
Thank you so very much for adding the newspaper notice to Jacob Bauers memorial. :) Janice
Added by J Bertram on Aug 03, 2014 4:38 PM
Peter F. Blosser
I was wondering if you are a descendant of Peter. If so I would love to chat with you. I was given a lot of info on the Blosser family line and I have added a lot of info to it. My email is I hope to hear from you.
Added by Racergirl on Jul 31, 2014 6:58 PM
C Zimmerman
RE: Abigail Baldwin Smith
Thank you so much for letting me know and for your efforts in righting the fallen headstone. Please thank your friend also for me. I'll be sure to check back in a week or so.
Added by C Zimmerman on Aug 19, 2013 10:52 AM
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