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Helen Radtke (#47131230)
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Bio Photo I enjoy taking the photos, so don't hesitate to transfer them for your own use. I don't need credit for the photo. I am also happy to transfer maintenance on any of the memorials I have done.
I live in Michigan so I have a few months where I can't get out and get photos. I will get to the many requests as soon as the weather gets nice again.
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Dorothy Alvis
Laurence Greenwood
There was no marker for Laurence Greenwood. He was a Civil War Veteran and the Veterans Assoc. was to see about getting a marker or stone placed there, but I have not heard whether they ever took any further action.
Added by Dorothy Alvis on Oct 23, 2014 2:06 PM
N. Sharlene (Rice) Kent
James Gairns
thanks for the stone to go along with the photo.
Sharlene
Added by N. Sharlene (Rice) Kent on Oct 23, 2014 5:31 AM
Chris
Jonathan W Densmore
Hi Helen: I got your message. By Find A Grave rules, the first memorial posted remains. I will change his burial location to Woodland. You can add his grave marker and death certificate to my memorial if you want to but my memorial was posted in 2013. Regards...
Added by Chris on Oct 06, 2014 12:04 PM
Kathryn Haenggi Robinett
Kappler Bailey
I think I've discovered the connection with these two names. Fred Alton Kappler and Marguerite Bailey were both widowed, and apparently married each other late in life. However, at death, they were each buried with their former spouses with whom they had had their children. Because there is no explanation on either of their memorial pages, but extra names, it is a bit confusing. I have asked for a transfer of Fred Kappler (my relative), and if it is granted, I will write a brief explanation as to why the wife's name on his gravestone differs from the widow in his obituary. Thank you for your contacts.
Added by Kathryn Haenggi Robinett on Oct 01, 2014 4:43 PM
Kathryn Haenggi Robinett
RE: Kappler grave
I'm not aware of any relationship that I have with Marguerite Bailey, and I have also received a previous message about her recently. Is it possible that there is someone else that is expecting a response from you about Marguerite Bailey? I do have a great aunt Nellie who was married to Ernest Kappler, and they are buried in Mt. Pleasant, MI., but I have no current activity with their memorial pages. I'm sorry for the confusion.
Added by Kathryn Haenggi Robinett on Oct 01, 2014 11:50 AM
Sandra Steindl Rodriguez
Adelaide Ruth Bell Orwig
Thank you, thank you, thank you! I really appreciate the transfer. I promise to take awesome care of Ruth. I've already updated some of the information and am search of a few missing items so I can get that added on immediately. I really appreciate people like you who take so much time to add memorials to Find A Grave. It's so wonderful when you are in search of a loved one and you come across a memorial for them. Again, thank you, and God Bless!
Added by Sandra Steindl Rodriguez on Sep 29, 2014 9:40 PM
Peggy
Linda Larie Sturdavant
Thank you for researching Linda Larie last name.

I appreciate your time and work involved from research to traveling to taking the photo and posting it.

What a great photo of her beautiful marker.

Thanks again,

Peggy
Added by Peggy on Sep 29, 2014 12:06 PM
Walt Blackmer
RE: blackmer grave site
You did great. Thanx for your help. Walt
Added by Walt Blackmer on Sep 23, 2014 8:28 PM
Susan Montague Lundt
RE: Thankyou
Thankyou. I got into Trimners because of a gentleman in Ontario. Canada, who is doing research on Canadian families who immigrated into Michigan from Ontario and Trimner is one of them. He said he is having a lot of difficulty in tracing them. I tried to help him out but didn't get to far. Frances Eunice Trimner was married to Milton Leo Montague and I research the Montague family which is why he contacted me. I will try to find his email and pass on your message.

Susan Montague Lundt
Added by Susan Montague Lundt on Sep 21, 2014 12:17 PM
Susan Montague Lundt
Thankyou
Thankyou for the photo of Mary Trimner's stone. It is appreciated.
Added by Susan Montague Lundt on Sep 19, 2014 11:19 PM
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