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|Helperkw||Lucy Van Alstine #45010049|
I have submitted an edit for this woman's father. However, I have a question about her mother. Your memorial mentions a spouse of Harriet Melissa Haynes Rinehart. My records indicate Lucy's mother's maiden name was Bachelor. This is what is listed on her death certificate. I realize death certificates are not always correct, but I am wondering if you have any information that gives her mother's maiden name as Haynes? Lucy was married to my g-grandfather, Charles Van Alstine. She was his second wife, after the death of his first wife. I would greatly appreciate hearing from you on this.
Added by Helperkw on Oct 23, 2016 7:10 PM
My grandmother's maiden name was Fuller.
Added by Audrey on Oct 18, 2016 7:07 AM
|Judy Ber2c W||Craven Mackles|
Thanks for the transfer. God Bless.
|Brenda Black Watson||RE: Mason Lee|
I'm send many messages. Can you give me a reference? Thank you, Brenda in Memphis
|Mitzi Butler||Robert Seuss #44654429|
I sent you an update on Robert Seuss's memorial page last week, updating his information, links and obituary. I am anxious to have this updated so I can move to the next family member. If you wouldn't mind just transferring his memorial to be that would be awesome. He was my cousin and I am working on his siblings and parents pages also to link them to my grandfather.
Thank you so much,
Yes, he died on March 14, 1977 in South Bend, St. Joseph County, Indiana. He was born July 21, 1906 in Indiana. Thank you and have a great day.
|Brenda Black Watson||RE: Mason Lee|
You left a message with a suggestion to add to the memorial for Mason Lee. I am sorry but the story is about one Ray Lee. Could you clarify?
Ray Lee is Mason Lee's grandson. While Ray is the subject of the article there is valuable information on his father, Chauncey, & grandfather, Mason Lee. It tells the story of Mason Lee's migration, with the family settling in Cass County where they remained for generations.
A Twentieth Century History of Berrien County Michigan, Judge Orville W. Coolidge, 1906
............... His paternal grandfather, Mason Lee, was a native of Taunton, Massachusetts, but in early life removed to New York, where he established a home. Later, however, he determined to know something of the advantages of the west, of which he was constantly hearing favorable reports, and made his way to Michigan, settling in Jefferson, Cass county, in 1833. He made a prospecting trip at that time when about forty-two years of age and it was five years later before he brought his family to the west, after which he established his home in Cass county.
Would you please accept the edits I suggested for the Reddings at Adamsville Cemetery? Go to your contributor page, and at the top is a row of tabs. Click on 'edits', and then, if you wish, click 'accept'.
Thank you, Lori
Added by Lori on Jul 04, 2016 12:17 PM
|M Dixon||Jerry Lee Jones|
Adamsville Cemetery in Michigan.... wife is in the same cemetery... Susan Elaine Wheeler Jones.. and 3rd/4th wife Reva McKee Jones... buried next to Susan. My brother Jeffrey Allen Wheeler doesn't have a grave site... but his should be included some how as a deceased child of Jerry Lee Jones. He has two sons by a first marriage to a Phyllis M Clark (unknown if living) but these two men are currently alive. Sincerely (Margaret-2nd child born to Susan).
Added by M Dixon on Jul 01, 2016 9:05 PM
|stoch50||45009974 URIEL ENOS|
FYI Michigan death record listed he died 23 March 1881 not 1892 I would have changed it, but wasn't sure if that was okay. Stone looks hard to read Thanks
Added by stoch50 on May 30, 2016 7:08 AM
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