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Leanne M. Meyer (#47177893)
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My interest in genealogy started late in life even though my Mother did it for over 40 years.

I found it interesting, but was not much interested until a cousin started asking me questions I could not answer. So I went to the boxes of paper my Mom left me and started sorting and entering the information in to program. Well you know the rest of the story!

When My poor Mom started gathering all her family history, there was no computers to go to for help. She made many trip across the county to find her information and even a trip to England to try and trace my Grandmother's family.

All interesting, but very tedious work, but she made it much easier for me, all I had to do was sort through hundreds of pieces of paper work and organize it into a program. Thanks Mom!

My family tree consist of Wemple, Dakin, Denstaedt, Meyer, Keller, Fliemen, Boone & Froom families. Lots of German and lots of dutch. What a combo!

REMINDER: "Federal copyright laws prohibit the coping of photographs without the original photographers written consent, which must be provided prior to the duplication"


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Re John W. Clark
Found John on family search:

Michigan Death Certificates, 1921 - 1953, Index, Transcriptions: Name John William Clark
Death 31 May 1946
Place Detroit, Wayne, Michigan, United States
Gender Male
Age 62
Marital Status Divorced
Birth Date 16 Apr 1884
Birthplace Sand Lake, Michigan
Father's Name James W Clark
Mother's Name Mary Story
Citing Detroit, Wayne, Michigan, United States, Division for Vital Records and Health Statistics, Lansing; FHL microfilm 1,972,918

You will notice the middle name is off (I have Wilbur, Wesley) but the birth date and place and parents' names match his marriage to Grace 31 Aug. 1919. I did send a message to Ted to verify. Hope this helps you! Suzanne
Added by Suzanne on Nov 13, 2015 10:30 AM
RE: Connie Clark Stricker
Thanks so much for letting me know. We'll see what we can find about John. My husband's cousin Ted is his grandson. I'll contact him. Suzanne
Added by Suzanne on Nov 13, 2015 9:13 AM
Andrew Daft
RE: Stacke
My grandmother is the biological daughter of Walter's sister Lydia. She was adopted and only recently found her birth family, so she did not know him.
Added by Andrew Daft on Sep 05, 2015 8:46 AM
Lisa McDonald
Spellman Pic
I was wondering if I could have your permission to use the pictures you have for Peter Francis Spellman Jr - and maybe if I could get a larger one? I'm trying to put faces to as many people in my family tree as I can (even the second cousins 2x removed!)
Added by Lisa McDonald on Aug 13, 2015 8:21 PM
Margarite McLeod
RE: Denstaedt
I'm going on vacation this week so you might be better off putting in requests the regular way so that they get fulfilled sooner. I'll watch for them and, if they're still open when I get back, I'll work on them.
Added by Margarite McLeod on Aug 09, 2015 4:09 PM
Margarite McLeod
RE: Denstaedt
If you call the cemetery at 313-365-5650 or email them from the website the will look up the lot card and tell you whether there is a marker for her. If there is a marker it may be covered and you can request a work order to have it lifted. Let me know if you do that and I'll go back and photograph the marker if it's there.
Added by Margarite McLeod on Aug 09, 2015 10:53 AM
Margarite McLeod
RE: Denstaedt
I did not see any other markers on the plot. Was her last name Denstaedt also or was she married. You can also check with the cemetery office and they will tell you whether there is a marker for Barbara.
Added by Margarite McLeod on Aug 09, 2015 8:22 AM
Ralph Edwards
Albert Julius Henning b. Berlin
The Albert Henning who arrived in 1849 with Fredericke Amalie from Berlin gives his profession as engraver, also the profession of Albert in NYC in 1880. Albert in 1900 says he arrived in 1849 and his birth as Apr 1828. I think it is clear that the person in the birth record I sent earlier is the person who stayed in NYC, not our Albert. Also, the Albert in NYC has middle initial J.
Added by Ralph Edwards on Jul 21, 2015 3:45 PM
Ralph Edwards
RE: Clara Henning Noyes
Thanks for the obit, I see you found her daughter Clara a little before I did. What are the sources for what you entered for her parents?

I found this record long ago, possibly for her father, but could not definitely connect it with him

ALBERT JULIUS HENNING (But there is an Albert J Henning in NYC)
Birth: 12 APR 1828
Christening: 04 MAY 1828 Luisenstadt, Berlin Stadt, Brandenburg, Preussen

Anything you have on Albert and his wife will be of interest. You seem to have a lot of info. Are you related to this family?
Added by Ralph Edwards on Jul 21, 2015 3:11 PM
Ralph Edwards
RE: Clara Henning Noyes
Thanks! Very helpful. Clara is my sister's husband's great grandmother.
Added by Ralph Edwards on Jul 21, 2015 12:04 PM
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