|Laurel Luscher Manning (#47324737)|
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|I am just trying to help others find their ancestor's final resting place in hopes that someone will help me find all of mine.|
I am currently working to photograph the stones in Portland Cemetery, Portland, Michigan. Please contact me if you want to use my photos.
I will do photo requests for nearby cemeteries if you can provide a lot number.
If I have created a memorial for your ancestor I will gladly transfer management.
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|Rosemary Hagemyer||Rosetta Belcher|
In Feb. 2001 I was e-mailing a man named Gary whose great-great grandfather was Hiram E. Belcher. He verified my dates. He said that Rosetta was married to Charles Wallace Dec 4, 1884 in Ionia, MI. He asked what her name was on the death certificate, probably because of the supposed marriage. I am looking for her death certificate. I think the man has since past away but I don't know for sure.
Success! Thank you so much!
Added by yrneham on Oct 13, 2014 5:39 AM
|Chris ||Phebe and Elsie Francis|
Hi: Thank you for the transfer of Phebe and Elsie. Regards...
Added by Chris on Oct 06, 2014 3:17 PM
|Chris ||Dora & Fred Francis & Alice Chapel|
Hi Laurel: Thank you for the transfer of Fred Francis, Dora Francis and Alice Chapel. Regards...
Added by Chris on Oct 06, 2014 2:31 PM
Thank you for the photos. They are much appreciated.
Added by pete on Oct 01, 2014 9:01 AM
|rootskeeper||Peter Fuchs grave not found|
Thank you for looking for Peter's grave. I am wondering if Peter's last name may have been changed to Fox. I was hoping to clear up the possible name change by seeing his grave stone. Peter's sons John,Joseph, and Michael used the sir name Fox. There is an obit for P.M.Fox - The Ionia Daily Standard, Saturday, July 25, 1891 P.M. Fox, one of the pioneers of this county, died last evening at his residence in Ionia township at the age of 79 years. The funeral will be from the residence on Tuesday afternoon at 2 o’clock.
Thank you so much for your effort in looking for John Smith's marker. The cemetery records I found showed that he shared a stone with A.M. Smith. A photo of her side of the stone (it looks like a square stone) is on her memorial page. If you happen to go out again maybe you can take a look there. Or maybe you already saw it and the record was not accurate. In any case thanks again for your time.
Added by yrneham on Sep 30, 2014 8:57 PM
|Davine Harding||Gertrude Feldpausch|
Laurel, Thank you so much for getting this photo for me.
I've waited a very long time.
|Janalynn Martens||Arthur and Mabel (Barnes) Jarvis|
Thank you for the picture of their grave marker. I knew them both.
Hi, I'm trying to get this deleted. Thanks for noticing.
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