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|jlt79c||Re: Minnie Heuer Census Record|
Thank You very much. I may need help with her occupation and Birth State.
Minnie and Bill's story is one of my personal favorites. They came over, worked for their uncle to repay their passage. Later their parents plus family followed and a third uncle plus his family. I have lost track of Bill, but their story stays with me. My own Great-Grandfather came here at age 14 and started working right away. Later he was one of the pioneers of Wright County, Iowa, helped organize the first church there and the West end of the Evergreen Cemetery was originally platted to him. My wife has a relative, according to the census, who was working as a ten year-old servant. I really admire those old-timers.
If it's convenient, yes I would like a copy.
You wouldn't know where George and Minnie are buried would you?
Added by jlt79c on Feb 06, 2016 12:27 PM
I came across a headstone in the Carstairs Cemetery for B. Margaretta (Bruns) Poirier, daughter of Harry Bruns, (see #145130423). There is a family writeup and photos of her in 'Beyond our Prairie Trails, volume 2'
Added by Deb on Apr 17, 2015 9:44 AM
Charles and Emma are transferred to you.
Please note when I used the terms "Jr. & Sr." that is was just to help in the understanding of which person I was writing about. At no time did I see "Jr. or Sr." used in the records.
As to the three wives of Charles Jr, I did not see any of those names near the Webster lot. I can also say that Findagrave members have cataloged Lakeview Cemetery with pretty good accuracy, so you might have to look elsewhere (unless the former wives married again, and had different surnames after Webster.) It appears that much of the family lived in Belding, and only returned to Lakeview for burial. Perhaps that is where you will find the wives. I will forward the names of these ladies to a person I met at the Library in Lakeview to see if they are listed in any index. If I find any information I will send it on to you.
Added by EddieM on Apr 17, 2015 8:04 AM
|EddieM||Webster - Lakeview MI|
Good news for you. I have located Charles A Webster 1846-1920 & Emma L Stewart 1853-1913. Ironically, when you sent me the note, I was only 70 miles from Lakeview, and I had enough time before my flight to travel up there to gather the information for you.
The direct answer to your question was that the two remaining markers simply said "Mother" and "Father." No other information. The Cemetery had no information at all, and believe it or not, the city only had the records listing them as "Mother" and "Father." Thankfully they have a wonderful library in that town, and I went through the various local archives and newspapers. Here is what I can tell you. Charles Sr. died in Belding, MI on March 17, 1920. Emma Sr. died in Belding, MI on June 6, 1913. Emma Jr (listed as "Miss Emma") died on March 23, 1910. No city listed, but it was implied to be Lakeview, MI. William died in Lakeview either on August 27, 1896 or September 3, 1896. The discrepancy is because the newspaper states the date of death as "Thursday, last." The newspaper was published on Friday, so it is unclear if the death occurred the day before or the week before.
Charles, Jr. has no local record, but his monument does list his birth and death dates. He is also listed as "husband" but no wife is buried there, so far as I can tell.
All the Webster I noted were listed as buried in Lakeview Cemetery.
If this helps, I also found a little information which might tie into the other children. The newspapers regularly listed the visitors to the city, and the names "Mr & Mrs Edward Webster of Belding" and "Mr & Mrs Ira Webster of Belding" and "Mr & Mrs Jay Pixley of Belding" were visitors of Charles Webster.
I updated a couple of the older photos, and also created memorials for Emma Sr. and Charles Sr. I have sent the date of death for Emma, Jr. to the person who maintains her memorial. If you will send me your member number, I will transfer Emma Sr. and Charles Sr. to you.
Added by EddieM on Apr 16, 2015 8:54 AM
|Len Thomas||Edwin V. Andress|
Please know that Captain Edwin V. Andress is, indeed, buried in Little Cottage Grove Cemetery in Onyx, CA. He moved there after the war and spent time as an actor and musician in that community.
The marker at Wildwood Cemetery in Chesaning- Saginaw County, MI is what is called a cenotaph - a marker placed to honor an individual even though the individual may be buried elsewhere. I am certain the Chesaning historians have placed the marker in Wildwood because of his excellent leadership skills for the Michigan Sharpshooter Company K in the Civil War.
Swartz Creek, MI
|Sue Barnett||Ellis 'Percy' Ramage~|
I have made two trips to Hubbard Cemetery and have been unable to locate his grave. His name is not on the list of burials provided at the cemetery.
His brother John Ramage was buried there but either his body and/or his marker was noted 'later removed' in the index. His memorial is #81866350, he is bur at Belle Passi.
Perhaps Percy is buried there too; just a thought.
|Sweet Sue * Sending God's Love||Daniel Foster|
Chatham is in the county of Argenteuil. On 6 Oct 1999, Chatham merged with the village of Brownsburg. This new entity, Brownsburg-Chatham is currently located in the Regional County Municipality of Argenteuil, Laurentides, Québec, Canada.