I grew up by a cemetery and found peace and enjoyment in spending time reading the headstones, finding all beautiful and interesting. The feeling is pretty much the same now that I've grown up, got a motorcycle for the adventures, and a husband for my partner in crime! I love taking pictures so hopefully I can take some for you. This web site is invaluable so I plan to keep adding. Contact me if you have any requests...
📷You are welcome to use any headstone pictures I have added. You DO NOT have permission to copy/use the family and personal pictures without my permission. They are my family and therefore off limits unless you ask. I have added them for geaneology sake, so their distant relations can see their history. Thank you
Laurence McConnell Hi, back in June you photographed this headstone for me and I'm just getting around to doing some updating and wanted to thank you.. even though it's been awhile, your work is appreciated. Robin
Livingston graves in Ironwood Hello again Olive. I went out to Riverside again and walked Block 32. I did find Clarinda Livingston, Mother, 1859 - 1924. There were no other Livingstons, but I did photograph the others in the group that were near her if you are interested.
Please email me if you want me to send them on to you.
Albert Livingston Sorry about your brother. I went to the courthouse in Ironwood today and got the information about Albert. I didn't go take any pictures yet, but there is a lot of information on the file cards I will also send to you if you would contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Lynn at MLW
RE: Great Lakes National Cemetery It did not work out to take my father to Great Lakes Cemetery. Instead my husband and I stopped yesterday on our way to Detroit. I loved it. Very quiet and well maintained. I will try to return one day with dad and show him the peaceful setting. I found my four requests without any trouble. Also located a family member. Thanks for your help.