|Beverly Spencer (#46888784)|
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|Just found this wonderful site in Dec 2006. Have volunteered to take pictures in the Harrison, Michigan area.|
Have been working on my family tree on and off again over the last 10 years, and really enjoy the challenges, and rewards.
Anyone with info on Witkowski, Kojcsics, Barnard's, Defrain, would love hearing from you by email.
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|JillW||RE: John Earl Spencer|
You are welcome. When the stones are this old an dirty, I transcribe while there because you never know how the photo will come out.
Added by JillW on Sep 14, 2013 8:29 PM
|Bruce Barnard||RE: Ollie Barnard|
My father is Henry Barnard Jr., my mother Jewelle (Adams) Barnard. They are buried at Shewmaker.
|Bruce Barnard||RE: Ollie Barnard|
We are probably some kind of cousins. Ollie is my Grandmother. She married Henry Barnard. Henry's father was Thomas Spencer Barnard.
|barbara Stafford||Edith (Terry) Thompson|
Will you please contact me about Edith (Terry) Thompson?
I knew her years ago.
|Sandra Myers- Jones||Memorial 18580871|
On Bessie Ritchie's memorial, please add her middle name Eileen and her maiden is Brushaber. Thank you very much.
|KAREN T||Victor Battisti 1968-1988|
I went to St Peters Cemetery today to try to take a pic of the stone you requested. Unfortunately, the caretaker does not work on weekends and I was unable to find him by walking around on my own. I will try to get back during the week, before the snow falls.
Added by KAREN T on Nov 27, 2010 1:14 PM
I added her husband to the St. Athanasius Catholic Cemetery and linked them - I can transfer him to you if you wish or are related.
Added by sbhutson on Apr 12, 2010 12:35 PM
|gladwin gal||Re: George B. Sersaw|
Hey! Beverly, note: I've inserted George B. Sersaw Gladwin County Record Obituary for you. If you could tell me where his parent's are buried. James Henry Sersaw & Amanda Debrass are? Might be able to tie more Memorial's on the Sersaw's together. Thanks
|gladwin gal||Edith (Speike) Pahl Obituary.|
From the Gladwin County Record --- December 5, 1934
MRS. ALBERT PAHL
Edith Pahl, dear wife of Albert Pahl, beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Speike was born in Kent, Ohio, December 5, 1906 and died in Detroit November 26, at the age of 27 year, 11 months and 19 days. She was converted at the age of 14years, baptized by Rev. P. F. Schilling and united with the German Baptist church at Gladwin. For the past 11 years she has been a member of the Burns Ave. Baptist church, Detroit. Our departed sister entered the state of matrimony with her now sorrow-infilled husband, Albert Pahl, June 8, 1929. Albert Pahl, her loving parents, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Seipke, 5 sisters and 2 brothers, as well as a host of friends and acquaintances.
"Blessed are the dead who died in the Lord, even so saith the Spirit; for they rest from their labors." A double funeral service was held in the M. E. church at Gladwin, conducted by the Rev. P. F. Schilling, pastor of the German Baptistchurch of Round Lake; he speaking in German and Rev. C. H. Woods, pastor of the Free Methodist church of Gladwin speaking in English. Interment was made in Gladwin cemetery.
|gladwin gal||Fred H. Brushaber Obituary|
From the Gladwin County Record --- August 26,1987
Fred H. Brushaber, 80, of 2900 W. Youngs Rd., Gladwin, died Tuesday, Aug. 18, in the Bay Medical Center, Bay City, after a short illness. Born in Cheboygan Oct. 4, 1906, he had spent most of his life in Gladwin County and farmed. Mr. Brushaber and the former Nellie Hinkley were married Dec. 18, 1926, in Flint.
Besides his wife, he is survived by 2 sons, Frank of Newaygo and Lavon (Bud) of Pinellas Park, Fla.; one daughter, Bessie Ritchie of Gladwin; 2 sisters, Mrs. Ida Snider of Saginaw and Mrs. Anna Colbeck of St. Charles; 10 grandchildren and 18 great grandchildren.
Services were held Friday at 1 p.m. from the Hall Funeral Home, Gladwin Chapel. The Rev. Robert Kauffman officiated and burial was in the Highland Cemetery.
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