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Curious (#47353336)
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Bio Photo As much as I prefer having photos of people on my memorials, please do NOT post them unless YOU took the picture, or have permission to do so. Otherwise, it is a copyright violation. Thank you. When you send me info., or corrections, please be patient, and use the EDIT TAB if possible. I will be sure to take care of them. I do not post the names of living people, the oldest gender comes first.
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The purpose of this site is to honor people. Everyone deserves to be remembered. I have included some of my family and other relatives and friends. Some of the FAMILY SURNAMES are listed near the end of this page.

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I have started to post memorials for people where cremation was chosen. Some of them are in my virtual cemetery with that title. I started my virtual cemeteries over a period of time. So my veterans (for example) do not contain ALL of the veterans in my memorials.
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If I have posted information about a relative
of yours, you may use it for your ancestry purposes. I am very careful about accuracy.
Please use the tab for corrections, it saves time. Thank you. You may also E-MAIL ME, at -- Lazoo@hotmail.com --. If you do, be sure to put find-a-grave in the subject line, I DELETE ALL unknown senders.
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I am currently researching the following names.
Some of the SURNAMES I'm focusing on are:
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Most of these names are from England originally, while St. Aubin and LaTarte are from France. The St. Aubins went from France to Canada, to the Detroit, Michigan area rather early on.
Their real name was Casse, and they adopted St. Aubin, because it noted the area of France that they were from.
They are in no particular order............
--Ellis, St.Aubin, LaTarte (or Leterte), Jeanne(s),Robertjeannes, Thomas, Worthington, Nye, Ballard,Freton,Winslow, Worthington, DeBosco, Farington, Worden, Hodson,Bayley, Travis, Hillman, Chase, Burgess, Taylor, Gowell, Baker, Holder, Townley, Freeman, and Rye. I do have more information on these family lines, if anyone is interested.

******* HUNGARIAN SURNAMES ***********

Pinkoczy--Kiraly and Kulscar--- I have run into brick walls on these hungarian lines.
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I will TRANSFER ONLY within the established find-a-grave guidelines, unless I am equally, or more closely related than the person making the request. If you have information to be added, or corrections, please let me know and I will add it to the person's memorial.
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The find-a-grave transfer policy does NOT include aunts, uncles, cousins, friends, etc.
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IT DOES APPLY to: parents, grandparents,great grandparents, siblings, children, grandchildren,grt. grandchildren, WITHIN these 4 generations ONLY!!
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I hope that you enjoy this interesting activity, and family ancestry as much as I have.
And may God bless you and yours.

Curious

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JV
Thank you!
Thanks very much for adding the family link to Virginia Maniaci's memorial.
Added by JV on Apr 05, 2014 12:35 PM
Jennifer Tachar
Find-A-Grave (Robbie Thomas)
Hello my name is Jennifer Tachar and I am the granddaughter to Robbie Thomas and I would like to have you transfer her Find-A-Grave to me. I try to keep up on all my grandparents on here and on Ancestry.com Thank you in advance.

Jennifer Tachar
Added by Jennifer Tachar on Mar 28, 2014 4:13 PM
Lori
Allore
Good catch, I meant to go back and add it. Thank you for bringing it to my attention. Thank you for all you do!
Added by Lori on Feb 06, 2014 11:15 AM
Mom of Timothy L. Turner
THANK YOU,..
..for your visitation to my teen son's memorial yesterday, the 19th. I appreciate the token & note U left him. I know if he sees "Heidi Girl," he'll give her a Big Hug & a pat on her sweet head. Blessings to U dear Curious & Thank U again. ~ #49/1 Sun., 9:07 PM EST.
Added by Mom of Timothy L. Turner on Oct 20, 2013 7:07 PM
rosie mcnaughton
RE: William C. Baxter # 118692200
Thank you so much for the information.
Added by rosie mcnaughton on Oct 19, 2013 2:55 PM
KAREN T
George Danis @ Resurrection Cemetery
Could you please add his grave location to his memorial so the photo request can be honored?

Thanks
it is Section 29, Lot 141, space 3.

i will take the photo for the person who requested it, if the location can be added by the person who created the memorial. Thanks again
Added by KAREN T on Sep 27, 2013 9:04 AM
JOHN R. JONES
RE: Hannah Fritz # 106476577
THANK YOU FOR THE CORRECTION AND THE TRANSFER. CLINTON, INDIANA IS IN VERMILLION COUNTY. JOHN
Added by JOHN R. JONES on Sep 10, 2013 8:36 AM
Carol T.
John Anthony and Nellie Ida Gee Theisen
Thank you so very much for remembering my husband's grandparents, but please correct the cemetery name to:
Saint Francis Xavier Cemetery
Ecorse
Wayne County
Michigan, USA

:-) Carol Theisen
Added by Carol T. on Aug 08, 2013 7:45 PM
Lillian A. Young Mioduski
Edith and Harrison McFalls
I added headstone photos to Edith McFalls memorial page and also took them of her husbands headstone. I wondered if you would put a page up for him so you could link them and I would add the photos. Harrison L. McFalls b. Feb 9,1918 d. Mar 15, 1983 He was a WWII Army veteran. Thank you so much. Lill
Added by Lillian A. Young Mioduski on Jul 13, 2013 8:54 AM
Claudia Seymour
RE: Dorothy Colasinski #104232185
Yes that is correct. thank you!
Now if you could find my great great grandfather Anton cholaszczynski (the old spelling) grave site you would be my favorite best friend. lol
I been searching for him for 3 years. I can't find his death date or church and cemetery he is buried at. His wife Augusta is at Mt. Olivet in Detroit. All I have is he was in the city directory in 1891 and in 1892 his wife Augusta was listed as a widow to Anton. :(
Added by Claudia Seymour on Jun 21, 2013 9:47 AM
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