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2Trolls (#47363658)
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My husband and I live in the lower pennisula of Michigan - thus the 2Trolls (since we live "under the bridge"). I have found so much help at Findagrave that I wanted to give something back. My husband is kind enough to help with some of the pictures.
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Mary Burns Haines
Born 23 February 1831, Ireland Parents Patrick Burns and Anna Cover. She should be linked to WIlliam Haines her husband as well.
Added by djss on Dec 16, 2014 11:15 AM
WIlliam Haines
Birth: 18 January 1824, Brotherloft, Lincolnshire, ENgland
Added by djss on Dec 16, 2014 11:13 AM
Lois Harriman
Old Centreville Cemetery Edits

I'm sending you some edits in Old Centreville Cemetery that are based on photos I took recently but also based on a cemetery transcription done by the St. Joseph County Genealogical Society in the 1990's. There's no place in the new edit forms for notes so I wanted to let you know.

Hope you enjoyed what appears to be the last of our autumn weather. It has been a beautiful fall here.

Added by Lois Harriman on Oct 29, 2014 10:59 AM
Catherine Clemens Sevenau
Chatfields in Charleston Cemetery, Volinia, Michigan
Hi Ronda, in the cemetery, there on six burials on Find A Grave. in the records, there are 5, two Cornelius, but only one is an adult. I know the one I am looking for died in that town at the age of 35 in 1847. If in fact the page you gave me is the foot stone, and it belongs to the headstone, and we combine them, then I would change my date to match the headstone and make a note on his page in the body with the date I have for him. Is it easy at some point to go back out there? I would be most appreciative, and, there is no hurry. Might be nice to have a picture of all the stones if they fit into one frame. I have no idea where or if Mary (1818) and Jane (1817) fit into the mix. Thanks for sending me the link to the cemetery. Catherine
Added by Catherine Clemens ... on Sep 13, 2014 9:05 PM
RE: James Fahey
You are very welcome! Their stone is right under a pine tree and that is sap from the tree on the front of their stone. I tried to wipe it off but it wouldn't come off. Carla :)
Added by Peace4me on Sep 08, 2014 9:06 PM
Lillian Burnett
Thanks for the updates.
Added by Deb on Jun 24, 2014 5:17 AM
Anne Wagner
RE: Dora Peeler (Barkley Cemetery)
I know it does sound strange, but Isadora is the husband of Althea "Altie". I have corrected the entries, based on their death certificates and I appreciate the heads up!
Added by Anne Wagner on May 29, 2014 4:10 PM
Karen A. Astling
St. Joseph Catholic Cemetery
Thank you for getting to my edits so quickly.
Added by Karen A. Astling on May 02, 2014 6:15 PM
Karen A. Astling
RE: Laverne Monahan
Sturgis Journal
Added by Karen A. Astling on May 01, 2014 12:36 PM
Karen A. Astling
RE: Roy Jacobs
Added by Karen A. Astling on Apr 30, 2014 2:55 PM
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