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I have a virtual cemetery for memorials that could use some tokens of remembrance. The contents change periodically and I try to keep the number between 10-15, but sometimes it's larger. I also have virtual cemeteries for deceased firefighters, mostly people from Michigan who died in the line of duty, and a few police officers. Please visit them if you can.
I'm not perfect and never will be, but I try to follow these guidelines:
"Assume good faith."
"Use good manners."
"Don't bite the newcomers."
I have stopped working on "The Wyandotte Death Index" after fixing my errors. I have deleted 253 memorials, wiping out most of my work from 2015. What a pain it can be, sometimes, to own your own mistakes!
Wishing You Merry Christmas
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|Drusilla Leslie||Jack Sturgeon|
i dont know who you are, but i just wanted to thank you for this. today was the 1st time ive gotten to see my brothers headstone,
Drusilla Sturgeon Leslie
|Rich Kreiss||RE: James Lewis Redford, Jr. Memorial# 83748918|
Click on the cemetery name and you'll see that it is also called McWhorter Cemetery.
|Evelyn Linger Thorn||Isaac Rohrbough|
I did not know there was a Hevener Cemetery. I will check this out with the person that entered that memeorial and make the necessary changes. Thanks for the tip,.
|Sharon||McCord's at Kincaid Cemetery|
No I didn't know that, but will be glad to add that it is a cenotaph to the memorials.
Added by Sharon on Apr 27, 2016 6:30 PM
|GLENDA EISENHOUR||RE: Adolphus Rohrbough|
I don't doubt your info, but it might not hurt to double check the data. Not necessary to send me a copy or respond unless it turns out to be different from what my memorial shows.
Thanks for your input.
|GLENDA EISENHOUR||Adolphus Rohrbough|
Thank you for the information. It has been added. However, since the death record is clearly written and gives the name R. H., I have made a note about that in the bio section. Perhaps the recorder inadvertently used the mother's initials.
|Lillian Fisher Curylo||RE: Beverly G. Kuderik|
I looked at your link and it appears to be the same person. I think her maiden name is Dotson and I think she's related to Theodore Cyril Kuderik, maybe his wife? I know she's associated with his name in public files (misc. internet sites). Theodore's mother is my great grandmother; he's the brother of my paternal grandmother, Lillian Frances Kuderik. I don't know if Beverly is still alive because I can't locate an address for her - everything I've seen has a 1990s date associated with it. I'm going to keep looking and will let you know. My time to look is a little limited since I work a lot during the week, so please bare with me. Thanks for the update!
|Lillian Fisher Curylo||RE: Kuderik grave at Michigan Memorial|
Hello! It's nice to see you are visiting the cemeteries down river. I plan on visiting as soon as the weather is a little drier. Yes, I am related to Ms. Kuderik, but I'm not sure how. I will do some investigating and let you know what I come up with. It is quite possible she has not passed and information is limited. Thank you for bringing this to my attention. All the best!
|Grace Younglove Hudson||Susan James|
I called Ferndale Cemetery... they do have Susan James there. She was interred in 1935. They were very helpful and if you are interested in finding her grave, visit the office M-S 10-4 and they will be happy to show you where she is buried. They suggest you call first to make sure someone is available.
Ferndale Cemetery: (734) 282-3145
|NL Nuttall||RE: Albert H and Bertha Neal info|
Hi, if I'm not mistaken your great-great-grandfather was Francis
Marion Wampler, (1860-1944). His great-grandmother, your five
greats, Elizabeth (Steffy) Wampler, (1770-1856), was the sister of my 4 greats grandfather Henry Steffy, (1778-1859). This means
you're my sixth cousin once removed.
Your 5 greats grandfather Hans George Wampler Jr., (1765-1851), was also the son of Hans George Wampler Sr. and Elizabeth Steffy,
an aunt of the above mentioned Henry Steffy and Elizabeth (Steffy) Wampler. So your five greats grandparents were 1st cousins, with the common connection being through the Steffy's.
You might also be interested to know that Emmons Cemetery, in Lawrence Co., IL, where your five greats-grandparents are buried,
and some of my ancestors, is on land which formerly belonged to my grandparents, until the early 1970s, and only a short distance from their home, now greatly changed, where I spent many hours
of my childhood and youth. I've been to the cemetery many times over a span of some 50 + years, though probably a babe-in-arms
on my earliest visits.
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