|Amy B (#47350534)|
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|RAP||RE: Kullicks at Zion Lutheran|
Saying HI. I've been a member on Find A Grave for one year and I was going through my messages. The Kullicks at Zion were my very first fulfilled photo request. And Find A Grave still has the wrong church photo posted. I contacted the person that posted the photo and alerted her to the error. She must not have had them remove it. Guess maybe I will have to contact someone.
Added by RAP on Jun 21, 2014 10:22 AM
|Leta Knauss||May Fulcher in Marble Park, MI|
May F. Fulcher, 83, died early this morning in the Chelsea Methodist Home where she had lived since 1964. Born Oct. 14, 1874 in Detroit, she was the daughter of Daniel and Mary Bell. Mrs. Fulcher was the widow of Milo Fulcher. She was the village treasurer of Milan for many years. A charter member of the Marble Memorial Methodist Church, a former teacher in the Milan area schools, a member of the Rose Temple Pythian Sisters No. 64, and a member of the Milan Women's Club. There are no survivors. Funeral will be held at 2:30 Sunday from Stevens & Bush Funeral Home with Rev. George Q. Woomer and the Rev. William A. Johnson officiating. Burial in Marble Park Cemetery. Handwritten note: 1968. Source: Genealogist Friend, Vol. 9, page 22, Milan Public Library. (Courtesy of Martha Churchill.)
|The Lady in Black||Melvin Philip Baron @ Woodmere|
I posted a photo to his memorial page. He was in the plot, but right down near the road.
I also found another Baron in that plot--Albert Baron:
I found the vital information from Family Search here:
It appears he served in the Spanish American War--there's also a Pension file application for 1902, which would be the right time frame:
If you want a transfer of Albert, just let me know.
|Chris ||Meta Kroening Rank|
Hi Amy: I linked Meta to her parents - Frederick and Emilie - as requested. Thanks for the information...
Added by Chris on Aug 20, 2013 6:45 PM
|The Lady in Black||Klann family @ Woodmere|
I've entered photos to all of the memorials of the Klann family in Wildwood, lots 151 & 152. I also added Ida A. Klann, daughter of Gustave & Louise Klann. If you'd like a transfer of Ida, let me know.
Have a great day!
|The Lady in Black||Schulz family at Woodmere|
I am not related to the Schulz family at Woodmere--their monument is near one of my family monuments, and near a mausoleum I was photographing, so I included them. And, yes, I have the children linked correctly. The first wife could not have had them--she was deceased, after all. I took the original photos of the monument, and didn't see one of the children's names on the side until later--if you'll notice the parent's memorials and the one baby were created in May of 2012, and the other baby's memorial was created in February of 2013.
I have a batch of transfers and corrections to do, and I'll get to them shortly, within a day. Things have kind of piled up here--read the note on my profile page.
P.S. Next time, please request a transfer for each memorial separately--it makes it much easier to do the transfers because the links are in each transfer request, and can be done quickly. That's the way it should be done, per Find A Grave rules. Thanks again!
|KBrownst||Minnie Bacon Deleted|
Sorry must have misread the memorial. Minnie has been deleted.
Added by KBrownst on Jul 30, 2013 8:15 AM
|KBrownst||Oops name should be Baron|
In my previous message I accidentally said Bacon instead of Baron.
Added by KBrownst on Jul 30, 2013 7:43 AM
|KBrownst||Wilhelmiene Bacon - Woodmere|
Please take a look at the memorial you created. You show her Birth In 1869 but her death in 1845. Should that be 1769? And if the 1769 is correct then her parents listed can't be correct either as they weren't born until the 1800's.
I think there may be two different Minnie Bacon's there. One that died in 1869 and one that died in 1845.
Added by KBrownst on Jul 30, 2013 7:40 AM
|The Lady in Black||RE: Minne Ries Backhaus|
As for "mowing the rows," it's a term which means that you follow the row of gravestones, and take a photo of each one. Kind of like mowing the grass, but you're taking pictures instead. It's a term used frequently on this site.
Hope that helps!
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