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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, except those to whom I am related. Please remember to request a transfer through the "edit" format and provide your Find A Grave member number.

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Richard Stephen
RE: Coda & Ruby Doolittle
You're welcome.
Added by Richard Stephen on Jun 23, 2016 6:52 PM
W. Warder
RE: Daniel Bachelder
No problem! Always a disappointment when there is no marker - but, glad to fulfill the request.
Added by W. Warder on Jun 23, 2016 6:29 PM
xray gypsy
tony ferrigan thank you
Hi Diggin for one

Thank you for your information on CWO Ferrigan.
It helped I did not know Tony served in Veit Nam.
One more mystery to be solved.
I will try to email you with the whole reason I am trying to get to the bottom of when and where Tony served during WW 2.
In particular 1942, 1943.
Your just gona love this one.
The more I trace the family back stranger things get.
Its amazing what you find under some of those old family stones when you start turning them over.
Added by xray gypsy on Jun 22, 2016 11:12 PM
xray gypsy
cwo tony ferrigan help needed
Hello Diggn one up

I see you manage CWO Tony Ferrigans memorial.
Tony was my step grandfather.
I am working on the family history and wondered if you might have any data as to what time period and where Tony served during world war two.
Looking for this information to straighten out some confusion in the data I have been given by family.
I have been given two different time periods from two different family members.
Both Tony and grandma passed long ago thus removing my two best sources on the matter.
Thank you for any help you can give.
Added by xray gypsy on Jun 22, 2016 3:55 PM
RE: Stanley & Gertrude North
You are welcome.
Added by MT1950 on Jun 11, 2016 8:08 PM
Sharon Christensen
RE: Andrew Johnson
You are very welcome for the photos and yes it was a beautiful day and very enjoyable.
Added by Sharon Christensen on May 20, 2016 2:07 PM
Paul E Jones
RE: Lunaett Hyde Blackett
I do agree the wrong father is put in the bio - it should be Orange Hyde as the father - he was my great great grandfather.

I can't change it though because I do not manage his daughters account (Lunaett Hyde Blackett)

How are you related?
Added by Paul E Jones on May 18, 2016 1:35 PM
RE: Frank & Beulah Clark
Not sure if I sent a note back for this, but you are welcome. Dimondale has a very lovely little cemetery.
Added by SandraOfTheLakes on Apr 27, 2016 8:06 AM
Organic Farm
RE: John Johnson
Diggin for one,

I found a short article about a farm for sale by a William T. Johnson that may be of interest:

I also created a memorial for a William H. Johnson based on an obituary I found, and I linked him to his father Amasa. I tried to link his brother Otis to their father Amasa but found that Michael Duffy had an edit pending with BK, who manages the memorial. Perhaps he had proposed the same edit.

Are you any relation to those folks at Rose Ridge?
Added by Organic Farm on Feb 23, 2016 10:22 PM
Jeff Phillips
Peter Newhouse 1886
I did some more research & found the death record for Peter Newhouse who died in 1886, 5 day old son of Jacob & Jennie Newhouse. The problem is, Peter is not listed in the old records correctly. They list him in grave 07 but there are only 6 graves in the lot. Going to try to get back there today to have another look. These two sections T & M are connected & it's a mess section M is L shaped along the North & West sides of section T & there are lots of graves without headstones. As far as I can tell both Peters 1886 & 1895 are in the same grave.

Added by Jeff Phillips on Feb 23, 2016 10:49 AM
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