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William Brackett (#46974269)
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I began researching my family tree after my father died in 1981. I found it is addictive. I will gladly share with other researchers. I live in Berrien County, Michigan and do volunteer research here for others.
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30327874 Daniel A. House
I have entered a gravestone photo for this child. Please check it and see if you think the name might be Howe. Sincerely, Kathy J.
Added by KathyFournierJillson on Nov 20, 2015 8:38 AM
Sally Finley
Ida Gertrude Thaxton
Could you please remove the 3rd party scan from my GG Grandmothers memorial, although I am sure you are only trying to help, we have this, and I was told they are not allowed, only pictures of the stone and photographs of the deceased, your picture is just one less the family can add.
Thank you for your help with the family.
Added by Sally Finley on Oct 23, 2015 10:33 PM
Ron Spurr
RE: Martha Davis, Fansher Cemetery
Whatever you wish. Do what is best for your needs.

If I can be of any future assistance, please let me know.
Added by Ron Spurr on Oct 12, 2015 10:17 AM
Ron Spurr
Martha Davis, Fansher Cemetery

Why on earth did you transfer this memorial to me? All I have been trying to do is photograph as much of the cemetery as I can so that it will have full coverage. I would prefer to transfer ALL of my postings to you. These two DAVIS' were tricky because they were on the BROAD gravestone and since I was in Alvinston yesterday, I made a concerted effort to find them. I knew what the gravestone looked like and just as the sun was coming up (about 7:10 a.m.) and the fog was lifting, I found them and took a couple of photographs. I had a devil of a time keeping the flash from going off. So, what do you think?

Added by Ron Spurr on Oct 07, 2015 5:31 AM
Anna Weyerbacher Hennig
What a surprise to see that you transferred Anna's memorial! I appreciate it very much.

I have just been reading a very interesting history of the first years of the Weyerbacher's in America. They have a very active descendants group and have done a LOT of research, including in Germany.

Thanks again,
Added by E&GRay on Sep 21, 2015 5:58 AM
Barb Szabo
Taylor Memorials
Wow are fast! And an early bird I see! I'm a night owl! Anyway....thank you very much for transferring the Taylor memorials to me. I appreciate it very much. Now I can give them biographies and more links.
Thanks Again,
Added by Barb Szabo on Sep 01, 2015 5:40 AM
Scot Stout
i have merged the two memorials. her surname shows as reeves, as that is what is on the marker. thanks for bringing it to my attention.
Added by Scot Stout on Aug 19, 2015 12:50 PM
Jo S
RE: Julia Ann Snodgrass Brandt
Dear Mr Brackett,
Thank you for the correction made to my great grandma's identity. I see on the death certificate that her mother was "unknown". Her mother was Hannah Wyatt Bennett. Father John Bennett
Thank you again sir.
Added by Jo S on Jul 24, 2015 2:22 PM
Jo S
Julia Ann Snodgrass Brandt
Dear Mr. Brackett,
Julia Ann Snodgrass Brandt was my great grandmother. Her maiden name was actually BENNETT. She became a Snodgrass through her first marriage which ended in a divorce.
Thank you,
Jo Ellen White Snodgrass
Ocala, FL
Added by Jo S on Jul 21, 2015 5:52 PM
Jo S
Julia Ann Snodgrass Brandt
Added by Jo S on Jul 21, 2015 5:35 PM
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