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Cherie_in_OC (#46910407)
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Bio Photo PLEASE ADOPT AN ORPHAN

I have many orphan memorials - meaning I'm not related and they need someone to properly manage them. Please check out the orphan Myers in Saranac Cemetery in Michigan and my Virtual Cemetery "Adopt Me" on the right --->

Ask for a transfer(s) by using the EDIT button on the memorial page and click on "suggest any other correction or addition." Make sure you put your member # in the note and your relationship. I transfer outside FaG guidelines so that the memorials can receive proper care from interested family members.

Thanks for your support of this site by your hard work posting, editing, adding photos AND using Find a Grave!

I have 16,000+ hrs of genealogical research since 2001 and specialize in the Great Lakes area. Love to help others find their families so if you need help, feel free to ask.

I leave flowers only when I visit a memorial while doing research and, lately, have been trying to remember to add my relationship. If I leave a flower or send an edit, I most likely have that person (or a close relative) in my own family database.

Question? Correction? Use the EDIT button and click "suggest any other correction or addition" (quickest way and private) or leave a public message. If I ask for your source, don't be offended: I want to add the source to my database.

The cat ate the bird (if you've read this profile before, you'll get the joke) so I'm only going to say life is too short, so live and love as if this is your last day.
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Deborah Mealey
Taft
Hi Cherie, I see your name on several TAFT memorials in Zorra. I am looking for relatives or information about Sophia Taft, born 1815 in Vermont. Married Lanty Shannon Youngs in 1841. Any info appreciated. Deborah
Added by Deborah Mealey on Jul 12, 2016 10:53 AM
M Kaufmann
Sarah McElrath
I an reasonably sure that Sarah died in Michigan between 1856 and 1860. The obituary of her son George states he moved to Michigan about age 6 with his parents. This would be about 1856 and Sarah is not in the 1860 census.
Added by M Kaufmann on Jul 03, 2016 8:39 AM
Linda Hiross
Humphrey Turner
Hi Cherie! Good observation re: Humphrey. My listing of his stone in First Parish was done by personal observation; a very old stone if I remember correctly BUT stone memorials were not common in 1673 when he d. and the one in Man of Kent Cemetery was definitely added much later after his death (1889?). Also possible his remains were moved? At this point, cemetery records of either location might tell us which location is the final resting place as without them I wouldn't want to guess. He may have been a member of the First Parish Church and the one there is a memorial and not a burial, but the stone did not say or I would have recorded it. Sorry I can't be of more help here...Linda
Added by Linda Hiross on Jun 29, 2016 6:45 AM
Nancy Rose Redling
Doolittles
I am presently writing a walking tour for Doolittles in Center Street Cemetery in Wallingford CT. Next Doolittle Reunion in Wallingford is 2020 in connection with their 350 anniversary. Doolittle website is http://www.doolittlesofamerica.com/. Check it out for more info.
Added by Nancy Rose Redling on Jun 28, 2016 8:09 AM
Nancy Rose Redling
Doolittles
I am the genealogist for Doolittles of America and appreciate your input. If anyone is interested in more Doolittle info, I can assist you as we have over 34,000 Doolittles in our files.
Added by Nancy Rose Redling on Jun 28, 2016 8:03 AM
Rita
Betty Hampton...
Couldn't find your e-mail addr. This is about Betty Hampton...93yrs of age in Michigan. Tomorrow she is due to have some surgery tomorrow for some skin cancer. Thought you might like to know. She would welcome a hello from you. She would LOVE to know about the Hamptons (like all you know!!) I have her tel # and e-mail if you like.
Added by Rita on Jun 28, 2016 7:33 AM
Sandy Porter
Isaac B. Tunison #37426533
Hi Cherie. Thanks for the information on Isaac and yes I would love a copy of his obit and I will place it on his memorial giving you credit. Are you related to Isaac,and if so, how? I apologize for not taking care of the edits when you previously sent them, but I have now. Thanks again for you help.
Added by Sandy Porter on Jun 25, 2016 7:32 PM
Sara Peacock
Ina T. Sumerix
I'm thinking she might have been moved. The one I have seems newer. So that is possible..
Sorry I don't know the answer to this.
Added by Sara Peacock on Jun 25, 2016 7:02 PM
Karen A. Astling
Ada Huff
White Pigeon Woman Dies
Mrs. Edward huff Will Be Buried Saturday
(Special to the Journal)
White Pigeon, Aug. 12- Ada L. Huff, wife of Edward Huff, died at her home on West Chicago Street Wednesday at 5 p.m. after an illness of several weeks with heart trouble.
She was the daughter of Henry and Sarah Patterson Piper and was born in Illinois, Aug. 26, 1875. On Oct. 30, 1897, she was united in marriage to Edward Huff of this place. He survives, together with one daughter, Mrs. Roy (Lucille) Ellett of near Burr Oak, two grandson, one of whom, LaMar West of Ypsilanti made his home with his grandparents, and a sister Bessie Kennedy of Chicago.
Mrs. Huff was a member of the Maccabees, the Stone Lake Birthday Club and the Happy Hour Sewing Circle.
The funeral services will be held at the home Saturday at 3 p.m. conducted by the Rev. M. E. Bowen of Carson City, former pastor of the h local Methodist Church. Burial will be made in White Pigeon Cemetery.
Added by Karen A. Astling on Jun 24, 2016 10:52 AM
Joyce Odom Allen
Dorothy Mildred "Dusty" Rhoades Russell
Hi,
I got your message asking if I were a cousin of Dorothy Russell. No I'm not but, I knew her very well. I worked for her son Harry for some years in the hosiery business. I am going to transfer Dorothy back to you so she will be with her family. Thanks for contacting me. Give me a bit to figure out how to transfer OK. God Bless your family!
Added by Joyce Odom Allen on Jun 23, 2016 6:43 PM
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