|Sandra Eichner (#47255694)|
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|I was previously named on here as troublesome88. My roots are in Lenawee County,Michigan and Williamson County, Illinois. I am very involved with the Ridgeway Cemetery and our family has restored Lake Ridge Cemetery at Britton,MI under the care of my cousin,Ron Miller. I do a lot of genealogy research in Michigan. If you find a relative at Ridgeway that I've put on here,I'd really love to hear from you!|
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I saw your bio, so I am letting you know that the Curtisses in Ridgeway are cousins of the Curtises in Monroe County and also the Pomeroys, Tuckers, Delands, etc. in Monroe County. I amd directly descended from Noble and Mary Curtis in Oakwood Cemetery in Monroe Co.
I have been doing this research for 40 years and it is now time for me to wrap it all up.
You are doing a great job focusing on a cemetery or two, searching for obits, etc.
|Karen Hill||RE: Curtiss at Ridgeway|
Many thanks, Sandra. That was a lot of work for both of us, wasn't it? So I appreciate it very much.
Thank you for adding the group of Adams relatives. I'm currently sorting through the relationships of the people you have listed. I am a descendant of Griffith and Ann (Webb) Adams, through my maternal grandfather. Papa was orphaned at a young age and never discussed his youth, so we didn't have a great deal of information. Your listings have helped a great deal in our research.
Thank you again for all your efforts.
- Pamela Cooney
Added by pamiami on Feb 16, 2014 6:31 AM
|Martha Churchill||David Michael Hendershot|
I have some info about David Michael Hendershot, which I found at the Washtenaw Vital Records office. You have him on Find A Grave at 79113754.
David Michael Hendershot was born June 4, 1941 in Tecumseh and died of cerebral hemorrhage at Univ Hospital in Ann Arbor on July 14, 1941. Father: Wade Hendershot. Mother: Helen Hoyt. David was buried at Ridgeway cemetery. Source: Vol. 1941, page 876 Washtenaw Death Records.
|Shannon||Mary Buck, Ridgeway Township Cemetery|
Just a note about Mary Buck, who died in 1890 and is buried in Ridgeway Township Cemetery. She was my great grandmother and was the wife of Frank (Francis) Buck; she died when their son Beauford Buck was 2 years old. She and Francis were married on Sept 30, 1884 in Macon, Michigan (noted in Michigan Marriages 1868-1925).
Frank married Almeda Potter on March 18, 1891 in Lenawee County, about 6 mo. after Mary's death.
I haven't been able to find what the cause of Mary Buck's was; if you have a good source for locating that information, I'd love to know!
Added by Shannon on Feb 14, 2014 1:43 AM
|John Bracchi||RE: Spiller info please?|
I've been away for a while and don't remember if I sent my answer to you regarding Ben and Eliz's birth places. I see that I got the info from Glenda Simmons, who runs Copher's Family Tree at Public Member Tree on Ancestry.com. It's been a while since I worked on the Spillers, so I don't remember why exactly I chose Glenda's tree except that it has grave marker photos, etc.
Here's the web address: http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/13119361/person/99218162?ssrc=
Hope it helps.
|Jim||Martin and Ada (Loree) Palmer|
Thank you for adding the marriage announcement to Ada's mem., you might want to add it to Martin's too.
Added by Jim on Jan 09, 2014 1:05 PM
|Laura Charles||ice and karr family|
I will be happy to help you in your research for ice and karr family members send me a note with your email the way you have done today and i will be happy to send you my email and answer questions you have
|Anonymous||Thank you for the photos|
Sandra, thanks so much for the photos you've posted here. I do family history research and just today I came across some information showing that an Irish relative, Nathaniel Montgomery, died in Ohio in 1917. I was surprised, as I knew that two of his sisters had immigrated to the US and settled in Michigan, but we had never heard that anyone else of that generation had immigrated. (He was the brother of Margaret Craig, 1884-1979, whose picture you also took.) Because of your work, those of us who live far away from Michigan now have pictures of our relatives' markers. Thanks again.
|Doris Dudley||Samuel Vaughn|
Sandra, I added Samuel's parents to his find a grave site. Thank you for the info.
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