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We are more than happy to transfer ownership of any entries created as long as they are not realted to our famalies already.
My interest our found in Walker & Odeiman family names and, The 1st Michigan Sharpshooters, Company K, of the Civil War, 1861-1865. A Native American regiment of Michigan who saw battle in The Battle Of The Wilderness, Spotsylvania and the Siege Of Petersburg.
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|Eric Thompson||RE: Sondra Schwander and Barbara High|
Your welcome. What a beautiful marker and wonderful that this child has not been forgotten.
I looked all over for the marker for Barbara but could not find it. I did go to the office and it is in Section U so I know it is somewhere near the picture.
|Petoskey History 1852-2002||Greenwood Cemetery Facebook|
Hello. There is an article on the Greenwood Cemetery Face Book Site you may find of interest. It appeared Aug. 1 or 2.
|Petoskey History 1852-2002||RE: Bill Peters|
Hello! What a wonderful surprise! It is amazing all that you discovered! I am happy to do as you suggest and will send you the photo I have of Bill. I have been looking for the past hour and can’t locate it, but I know I have it! In the meantime I am sending by email the photo of him I used in one of my family newsletters. The original is of good quality and I will take to my printer to have a jpeg copy of it for you.
I will keep looking. I came across it just a couple of weeks ago and know it is here somewhere. It is in black and white but it is an original and of excellent quality. Let me know you received it. Thank you so very much!
|Petoskey History 1852-2002||Bill Peters|
Hello. I am trying to locate a friend of the family. His name is Bill Peters. My grandpa and he worked together and became friends in Detroit in the 1930s. After grandpa moved to Petoskey he unexpectedly saw Bill dancing at a pageant on the bluff in Harbor Springs (he wore a Native American Ceremonial Costume. I have a picture post card of him.
Bill and grandpa remained friends for many years. I believe the last time they saw each other was probably in the 1970s when Bill stayed with my parents on Petoskey Street for a week or so. I think he was becoming frail at that time.
I am thinking it could be possible his wife is Rose Peters (you have created a memorial for her). Would you have any clues on how I could find Bill? Thank you for you time and consideration.
|sharon cartwright||Ella and Joseph Hall|
Hi Scott, I did a research on Ella and Joseph to see how they were connected to Delia Jessie Hall Wanitowah and found a lot of info on them. Actually
Delia Jessie Hall was one of their witnesses.
along with this and other info i collected these families are related. Thanks for the transfer, Sharon
|sharon cartwright||RE: Delia versus Ella|
Hi Scott, I understand, work does get in the way of hobbies. Thanks for the transfer. I will make corrections and research to find out who Ella is and find her history. I think Find A Grave is such a nice way to honor our ancestors, Thanks, Sharon
|Jana Marie Lashmit||RE: Harbor area cemeteries|
Good to hear from you. Actually my b/f lives just a mile from Lakeview/HolyChildhood. We both have family there :) I believe the markers you are referring to are by the cross? Seems like there are 5 there? Many other NA's buried there as well.
Kinda down with allergies n bronchial pneumonia right now so wont be up there soon but will definatley take pics for you :)
|sharon cartwright||RE: Delia versus Ella|
Hi, thanks for responding so quickly. The discrepancy is Clarence’s mother. Delia Jessie (Hall) Manitowash is his correct mother, sometimes listed as Della. Delia was married to John Manitowash, son of John Wing Manitowash
Clarence J. Manitowash #81829357 was John and Delia's son. You have listed Ella Hall as his mother and Joseph as his father.
Ella was married to: Joesph Hall # 63586753
Ella Hall #63586746
Delia Jessie Hall Manitowash #148055644
|sharon cartwright||Delia versus Ella|
Hi, I've been researching the Manitowash & Hall family and find a descrepency between Delia (Hall) Manitowash born 1906 and your Ella (Hall) Manitowash born 1910. Could you please check the below information, I'd hate to enter the incorrect info. Thanks for your help, Sharon
#1827 May 19, 1925 Northport, Leelanau Co., Michigan
Delia Jessie Hall 20, born abt. 1905, Native American, of Northport, Leelanau Co., Michigan, Parents: Isaac Hall & Margaret Rapp
John Mandowash 25 Indian (Native American), of Northport, Mich. born in Mich. farm laborer, Parents: Wing Mandowash & Emma Shocko
April 1910 West Branch Twp., Missaukee, Michigan
Cornelius Hall 66 Mich farmer, widow
Issae Hall 41 Mich. son laborer/odd jobs, widow
Edward Hall 14 grd son
Alice Hall 13 grd dau.
Eligah Hall 11 Mich. grd son
David Hall 9 Mich. grd son
Joseph Hall 7 Mich. grd son
Delia Hall 4 Mich grd dau.
Jan 1920 West Branch, Missaukee, Michigan
Race: Indian *all the children work on the farm
Isaac Hall 49 Mich. farmer
Martha Hall 53 Mich. wife
Eward Hall 24 Mich.
Alice Hall 23 Mich.
Elijah Hall 21 Mich.
David Hall 19 Mich.
Joseph Hall 17 Mich.
Delia Hall 14 Mich.
Moses Cram 5 Mich.
1930 Leelanau, Leelanau, Michigan
Home Owned or Rented: Rented $5
*All full blooded Ottawa, Native Americans
John Manitowash 29 Mich. farmer/Fruit Farm
*Delia *(Hall) Manitowash 24 Mich.
Emma Manitowash 4y 3m Mich.
Joe Manitowash 1 Mich.
Esther Cewark 30 Mich. sister
Mable Cewark 14 Mich. Neice
Eli Hall 30 Mich. boarder
Dave Hall 29 Mich. boarder
*Eli and Dave were brothers
|Jana Marie Lashmit||Harbor area cemeteries|
Just wanted to say hi. Been in Harbor a lot. Took pics at St Nich Cemetery and plan to hit others this summer. If there are any pics you need from other cemeteries up that way let me know. Doing one cemetery at a time. I will make a list. Hope all is well. Keep in touch.
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