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I'm back home for the winter and catching up on my memorials.
I'm still researching Hoppe, Fischer, Sielaff, Miltz/Milz and Brosofske.
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|Sherri Czuchra||Patrick Drouillard|
Patrick Drouillard has been updated per your request.
|Jay Wade||Alexander Kalosky|
Would like permission to use tombstone picture in my ancestry.com file...if allowed, how would you like photo credit given? Thank You!
Added by Jay Wade on Feb 04, 2014 2:24 PM
|Erlene Best (Bremmer)||Griesse family|
Yes, I am related. I have added your information to profile, I do have a tree on ancestry with the family photo's and history of Griesse family, Wassmann Family along with other family members.
Thank you again, have a wonderful day.
|DUVCW||RE: Evelyn Power Cole|
I added my source. I thought that Cole was a second husband. See what you think ?
Added by DUVCW on Jan 07, 2014 6:49 PM
Thanks for the info regarding Sidney Green at Maple Grove Cemetery.I updated his memorial.
|j miller; AKA-: thestonehunter||Inza Smith|
This is not a bother to me. It needs to be right for future reference and generations. I would like to tansfer this person to you, so you can make the necessary changes and add any additional info,
Joe in ID
|Nadeen Sobottka||Senenca Green @ Forest Home Cem., Milw., WI|
Hi Chris, the information that you provided for Seneca has been added. Happy New Year! Regards, Nadeen
|The Lady in Black||Contact link for Mt. Carmel|
Click on the words 'call or email.'
This is a new site--check out the location map. The map is correct, but the description is not!
|DUVCW||RE: Evelyn Power Cole|
Can't seem to find her. Do you have a memorial number ?
Added by DUVCW on Dec 29, 2013 8:27 PM
|The Lady in Black||RE: Elizabeth McCourt|
They probably are, but the records for Mt. Carmel are incomplete, especially when it comes to anything pre-1920. The records were moved various times, there was a fire, you name it. There are no footstones for that monument, but it's the only Pierce/McCourt monument that I remember in the cemetery. I periodically go over to the Bacon Library in Wyandotte to look up problems (photos I still can't identify), and I'll put it on my list. They have four volumes of transcriptions that the Downriver Genealogical Society did about five years ago, but I've found errors in their work as well. The Archdiocese of Detroit runs the cemetery now, and it's not got too long before it will be full. From a woman I know that I run into at Mt. Carmel, it's going to be turned into a historical cemetery once it fills up. That section B, where the Pierce/McCourt monument is located, is one of the oldest, if not the oldest, section in the cemetery, and is platted in a weird fashion. There's over 1000 memorials entered in that cemetery that have no photos, and probably never will, because there's no record of where they are, other than a death certificate (I've found many of those people in other cemeteries, and you know from your own experience that DC's aren't reliable!). So, I'll take a look next time I head over to the library (don't know when that will be), or you can call Our Lady of Hope Cemetery (the contact information is on the Mt. Carmel home page on Find A Grave). I know the photo doesn't help much, but that's all there is.
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