Calculated birth years Lori, I definitely see your point. On the other side, putting in an incorrect birth year can perpetuate incorrect information and I don't want to do that. I have enough trouble with incorrect edits now. No offense was taken. Thank you. Elsie
I'm assuming there is no headstone since the only picture is of the cemetery sign, right?
According to my records, Burtis was the son of my G-G-Grandfather John Smith Harris. I believe he died and is buried in Decatur, Van Buren County, Michigan, but I don't find his information on Find A Grave at this time. As time allows, I'll eventually add the information I know about him and/or request a photo of his gravesite.
Thanks for making the update to the date for Burtis,
I deleted the memorial I posted years ago since the more recent one is better and more accurate (as you pointed out). I had no relation to the person and just happened to take that picture so I posted the memorial at the time. Glad it has been preserved digitally. :) Happy hunting!
Mary (Howland) Creagan Hi Lori, I see you provided my Great Grandmother On my Mother's side of the family.I'm beginning research my Grandmother had nine siblings from James Creagan/Mary Howland.Are you Related to this line.
Mary Ann Cassiday Boughton I saw where you had sent some info on Mary Ann Ryther Boughton in Berrien Co, Mi saying this was Mary Ann Cassiday. I am a Cassiday although not related to this family, however, I was doing a little research and found: Orlando S Boughton married 1) Charlotte Williams in 1846, 2) Mary Ryther in 3/1850 (children Theodore and Julia) 3) Mary Ann Cassiday in 6/1868. Mary Ryther died in 1/1868. Orlando died in 1881 and Mary Ann Cassiday Boughton married Wm. R. Batson in 1884. She died 12/31/1894.
Barrett - West Stockbridge Lori, the memorials I have created in West Stockbridge Cemetery which do not have photos came from a town inventory of burials, including those individuals who do not have headstones/markers. I have exact lot#'s for each if you need a location. Not sure where you are but I live fairly close to the cemetery and can go get a photo if you need one (provided there is a marker). Jim