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Hello: November 10, 2014|
I would appreciate it if you didn't send me suggestions for Oakwood Cemetery or Quaker Cemetery in Farmington, Oakland, Michigan. I am working with the Farmington Library system and their historical society on updating all the memorials for these cemeteries. We have been working on it for 14 months. They are supplying all the data and I am filling in with my research as needed. Thank you
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|Grace Younglove Hudson||Wiedrick|
Hi: Thanks for the information on the Wiedrick family. Information posted.
Re:Hello: He was the son of Barnard Wiedrick and Elizabeth Cook. I sent an edit link for his mother. I have his father as burial unknown for now. I am checking with South Lyon, since that is where he died in 1886. He was a Tailor. In 1870, he was living in Farmington and married to Mary Ann Mosher. She died in 1873 and is buried in Oakwood Cemetery in Farmington. Chris
|Betty Frank||William H. Richardson|
Your information has been added. Thanks for your research!
|James Bianco||Benajah Turner - Great Barrington, Ma.|
Thank you for contacting me regarding Banajah. From what I understand the two cemeteries (Greenlawn & St. Bridget's) are side by side and the boundry line is rather hazy. I added the memorial from a transcript of Greenlawn, and given that St. Bridget's is a Catholic Cemetery, it is highly unlikely Benajah was buried there. In any case, to save confusion I have removed the memorial in Greenlawn. Jim
|EddieM||RE: Baby Jenks Southfied Cemetery|
I'm always happy to make corrections, even if it takes two or three times to sort out the information. It is important to get the facts correct. It does make things confusing when names and dates are not added to monuments. Right now I am in the process or sorting out about 30 memorials in a cemetery in which the people were listed as "Mother" "Father" "Sister" and "Brother." Additionally there are more than two dozen graves with unhelpful names like "Wife of Juan Garcia." It takes a bit of work to piece it all together.
Added by EddieM on Nov 14, 2014 9:21 AM
|Dominique Potier||RE: Henry A Dawson 1924-1944|
I took this picture from Luxembourg Cemetery .
You can contact the cemetery directly . Maybe they have some info for you .
|Karen Eckardt||Asa Lapham|
Thank you for all the information you posted on Asa Lapham and his family. He is my 5g-grandfather. My line goes through his daughter, Cynthia Lapham Roberts.
|Mark Gossoo||Re: Codding Cemetery|
Yes, Codding and Vincent Hill are the same cemetery. If you go to the main page for the Codding Cemetery, you will see Vincent Hill listed as an AKA.
|Bob Brien||RE: Isaac Walker #59679870|
Thank you for pointing out my error on the parents of Isaac Walker. I have corrected my error.
|Marcy||RE: Arthur Conrad Schuetzler|
Arthur Conrad was also their son. Aunt Clara named them both Arthur because they were so far apart. He is not listed in the 1940 census because the census was taken in April and Arthur C. wasn't born until December. She DID name both of her son's Arthur. I knew them.
Added by Marcy on Oct 27, 2014 10:09 AM
I'm updating her information.
Added by kimmie on Oct 23, 2014 12:19 PM
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