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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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Organic Farm
RE: John Johnson
Another Johnson obit:

The Naples Record 27 July 1892
Mrs. John T. Johnson, of West Hollow, died on Saturday morning at 2 o'clock, aged about 46 years. She had not been strong for many years, and being taken with fever, quick consumption
followed. She was a good woman and very highly regarded by her neighbors. Her husband and two daughters survive her. The funeral was at the
schoolhouse in West Hollow on Sunday afternoon, Rev. J. W. Sanborn officiating.


Added by Organic Farm on Oct 16, 2015 1:47 AM
Organic Farm
RE: John Johnson
If this is a relative, I will be happy to transfer management of the memorial to you:
Find A Grave Memorial# 147663624

Also, I found an obit for a woman who was supposed to have been buried at Rose Ridge, but I can not find a stone with the same year of death:

The Naples Record 27 July 1892
Died, in West Hollow, on Saturday, July 23, Mrs. John Johnson, in her 46th year. She had not been well for the past three or four months, and her lest illness developed into malarial fever, which hurried her off. Mrs. Johnson was respected by all who knew her. Openly she was not a professor of religion, but her character and manners in
her home showed that she was living for the right. The family tike this opportunity to thank the many friends and neighbors who so kindly assisted them during her illness and burial, and also for the untiring zeal Dr. Bell displayed
during her illness. The floral offerings and the large congregation showed the respect in which she was held. The funeral was held Sunday in the schoolhouse here, Rev. J. W. Sanborn officiating,
and the interment was at Rose Ridge.

Added by Organic Farm on Oct 16, 2015 1:42 AM
Organic Farm
RE: John Johnson
This may be a relative as well?

From The Naples Record 13 July 1892
Last Friday night Mrs. Edward Johnson, who lives on the Rushville road, met with a severe and painful accident. Mr. Johnson, with his wife, had started for this village in a democrat wagon,
she occupying the back seat. In some manner the horses became frightened and jumped, throwing Mrs. Johnson out on her head and shoulders, dislocating her shoulder and injuring her internally. Dr. Wetling was called, and she
is now doing well.

Source (column 2):

It appears that our good friend Gary Fritz may manage the memorial for this Edward...
Added by Organic Farm on Oct 16, 2015 12:49 AM
Bob Wright
RE: Adiel Van de Moortel
Hi Rann,
I removed my photo. Thank you for correcting me.
Added by Bob Wright on Oct 12, 2015 8:26 AM
Organic Farm
RE: John Johnson
I should have sent you a link, below the obit, of the specific page I got the obit from. The old newspapers are linked from this page - lower right, fourth row from the bottom:

I am going through them all page by page.

Added by Organic Farm on Oct 08, 2015 8:34 AM
Gina Keitz
RE: Mrs Lydia Hill Dunckel
You're very welcome. How do you connect to her? She was 2nd wife to my ggrandfathers sister and mother in law to my gggrandfathers brother
Added by Gina Keitz on Sep 22, 2015 1:46 PM
unmarked grave
Good suggestion.
Thank you
Added by butterfly on Sep 03, 2015 9:05 PM
Robert Niedzwiecki
RE: Frank Heussner■
Never a waste of time if one can definitely determine if a grave is unmarked.

There are a lot of family plots where not all of the graves are marked.

I have even found some family plots with no marker at all
Added by Robert Niedzwiecki on Sep 03, 2015 6:35 PM
Habgood & Sargeant, Machelah Cem.
Greetings Diggin for one,

Its been a while since we've had and communication. Hope you have been well.

I just filled the Habgood & Sargeant photo requests and was wondering if you are related.

My profile page is closed, reason noted at the very bottom of profile page.

Send me a message through the "Suggest any other correction or addition" in the edit tap listings, use anyone of the three I filled for you and I'll get the message. Let me know if you are related to either of these two families.

as always......
The Best to You and Yours, Butterfly~Kisses
Added by Butterfly~Kisses on Sep 01, 2015 9:39 PM
Law-Miller Roots
RE: Jennie & Charles Long
You're welcome, glad to help! I've added additional information in the photo captions and have also posted photos for all those buried in that same Lot at Bly Cemetery.
~ Marilyn
Added by Law-Miller Roots on Aug 22, 2015 1:55 PM
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