|Al Cross (#47195421)|
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|I am doing my family genealogy, and I wanted a headstone picture of a past relative killed, by friendly fire, during the civil war.|
My interest grew, and now I take pictures and create memorials myself.
I've now been a graver for more than five years, and I enjoy it as much now as I did when I started. I truly enjoy getting those photo's for other's who could not, because I now know first hand how it feels to finally have a much wanted photo of that loved one lost.
If you'd like a transfer of a memorial I've created, just ask. If it's my family, it may be difficult but not impossible.
I send a personal thankyou to all of my fellow gravers. Keep up the good work.
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|lori russell||Myrtle F Stountenburg- Gould- Lozar|
She is coming from Sanaliac, Michigan. I do believe she is from Ireland. She is my great-grandmother from Sheridan, Michigan..Dorothea Claire Thompson is my mom's Mother. She passed away in 1955 in Fenwick, Michigan at home. She had cancer. Ferris Thompson (Her husband) is my maternal grandpa from Fenwick, Michigan. Does anyone have any solid proof on this line? I have Myrtle F. Stountenburg's guest book. From her passing. Vera Grimes is in it too. She called her self Mrs. George F. Grimes??
|Bill Carney||RE: John Fisher|
John Fisher changed his name on Jan 27 1940 from Drzewiecki was filed in the County of Iosco in the State of Michigan in Probate Court. I also have his obituary from the Dec 10, 1997 Cass City Chronicle that says he was the son of Frank and Mary (Chesler) Drzewiecki.
HIs wife Myrtle Stella Cory died just 16 hours after him. I connect to the family through her, her maiden name is Brown.
|Madre||Find A Grave Memorial# 112313056|
First I thank you for your volunteer time on this web site and helping us out here with our genealogy memorials!
Second I send my message to confirm it is ok to post your photos on my Ancestry.com family tree (and will give you credit for kindly creating the memorial and for the photo you have taken for Find A Grave Memorial# 112313056). This would be one of my 1 cousin's maternal grandparents on my family tree.
Added by Madre on Jun 19, 2016 8:59 PM
|Bulldog||RE: Cora Naylor|
Will give it another shot, Al. There are three separate Park "H" sections, all behind the chapel. But the names of others buried around is a Real Plus. Hope they have markers as well. Thanx!
Added by Bulldog on Jun 06, 2016 5:44 PM
|Cindy ||Schell of Elkland|
Thank you so much for the transfer of Winnifred and Carl Schell's memorials. Plus, a big thank you for all of your contributions to find a grave. Cindy
Added by Cindy on Jun 02, 2016 2:26 PM
|Daniel Allen||RE: Russell LaRock|
I transferred both Jr. and Sr., as well as their wives. If that was too many, please feel free to transfer any of the back to me.
|Carol Hermann||Nettie Greenfield & Ellen Salgat|
Thank you for creating and updating the memorials for Nettie Greenfield and her daughter, Ellen Damoth Salgat. I truly appreciate your efforts in linking these two ladies to the Damoth family and each other.
All the best,
Thank you Al for adding the photo to my brother Tom's memorial, so appreciated.
|Carol Hermann||Nettie Greenfield|
Thank you for updating Nettie's memorial. I appreciate your assistance with this!
|Cathy Taylor||headstone photo|
I just created the memorial for John O'Henley's wife Catherine in St Columbkille Cemetery, Huron County. Just wanted to tell you that I used the headstone photo that you took for John's memorial. I gave you full credit for being the original photographer in the photo memo section. Please let me know if you would rather I remove the photo. I will gladly do so.
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