|William Morden||Ethel Noyes Mann|
Consider checking memorial 156938182 for Ethel. I think you'll fine Sarasota is her final resting place. I have I copy of her obit if you would like it. Her stone in Lakeside was placed there when her husband John S. Mann died.
|Petoskey History 1852-2002||D. Charles Levinson 1861-1941|
P. S. I don’t think the address I sent you will work as a link.
If you look on “Petoskey HIstory 1852-2002” you can find it right away. : )
|Petoskey History 1852-2002||Link to D. Charles Levinson|
|Petoskey History 1852-2002||D. Charles Levinson|
Hello, again! I looked on your “Political Grave Yard” for information regarding D. Charles Levinson. I was happy to find you have him listed and to learn he was Mayor of Petoskey, Michigan 1932-1935. It says that his burial location was unknown. I am happy to report her is in Greenwood Cemetery in Petoskey. I will send you the find a grave location so you can add the information to your records. As always, thanks for your help! : )
|Jean Williams||# 39486975|
Your welcome, and thank you for the credit.
|Petoskey History 1852-2002||RE: Barbara Waters Find-A-Grave LinkLink|
|Petoskey History 1852-2002||Barbara Waters|
Hello, Lawrence. Mrs. Waters the first woman mayor of Petoskey just passed away. I was sure you would want to know for your site. I will send you the link. Best wishes.
|Petoskey History 1852-2002||P. P. S. The Missing Link is Found! William Everette’s Wife.|
At last! I think you will agree that the missing ling has been found. I was so happy! Her obituary confirms we have the correct William Everette (Petoskey Village President). It also provides us a glimpse of her in her own right. How exciting! I guess this is why we genealogy so much! Let me know what you think or if I have missed anyrhing. Thanks for all!
|Petoskey History 1852-2002||RE: William Everett: Village Pres. of Petoskey|
P.S. Correction: I intended to say the Petoskey Newspaper Clipping ( that we have attached to his memorial) does not provide a middle intial, nor does it mention him being the Village President of Petoskey. I am concerned he is the correct William Everett. Thanks again.
|Petoskey History 1852-2002||RE: William Everett, Petoskey Village President|
Help! Not certain we have the correct information.The Greenwood Cemetery Records show his middle intial as M.
The newspaper clipping does not provide a clipping or does it mention he was our Village President. When time allows could you double check on your records. Thanks so much!
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