|Diggin for one (#47181095)|
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|Please e-mail me if you would like any of my memorials removed. Be sure to use FIND A GRAVE in the subject line, otherwise, I will not open your email.|
I will be happy to transfer any Elmwood Cemetery in Grayling, Michigan memorial, all others I am related. Please remember to provide your Find A Grave member number when requesting transfers.
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|Karen Ferency Baker||RE: photographs|
You are so welcome.
|M R McMullin||RE: Ruth Orpha Davis|
She could have been married before - I didn't check on that! It looks like the other side of her gravestone is for Vivan, though? Do you have a photograph of that? I have added his memorial.
Thanks and God Bless!
|Jeff Hall||Sgt Theon C Deckrow Photos|
Thank you for the exceptional headstone photos added for Sgt Theon C Deckrow, nicely done!
|Stacy Groff||RE: Electa Springer|
You're very welcome! It's a tad cold and rainy today, but sometimes that's just how I like it! Let me know if there's anything else I can do.
|bcfrench||Moses Berry's grave|
I took a photo of what is left of Moses Berry's grave. It is to the right, next to his wife's gravestone, but all that remains is a large sunken portion and a small part of the middle. The words "aged 51 Years" is all that is visible, although I did dig a bit and could see just the top of a letter M. I strongly believe this is what remains of his marker. Sorry it was not in better condition.
Added by bcfrench on Oct 09, 2014 1:43 PM
|Star Rhodes||Joseph Forrestall|
Please send corrections through the edit link. Otherwise its really hard to keep up with them all.
Thank you for creating the memorial, taking the picture and for the transfer!
His grandmother is reported to have died in Grayling. I have not been able to find her grave. She was Catholic and was working as a cook in one of the lumber yards. Her husband is buried in Standish. Do you have any suggestions as to where I should look. I did try the local catholic church. I believe the lumber town was Deward. Her name was Elizabeth Bourdon LaFave and she died on Nov 22, 1922.
|Jamie||RE: Joseph Ely|
You're welcome! It was a beautiful day and a great cemetery.
Added by Jamie on Jun 25, 2014 9:31 PM
|Lanah De Witt||RE: Frances & Spencer Becker|
You're very welcome. I enjoy doing this to help other's when I have the time.
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