|Chris Hartman||RE: Kelm family photos|
You're quite welcome. So glad I could help.
|Tyler||RE: Stephen Hard or Harding|
Sorry there's no way to read the stone. Unfortunately it's one of the most eroded stones at the cemetery.
The death certificate states the name is Stephen Hard and it states that is the name on the stone. I have sent an edit to change it a while ago, but it hasn't been done yet.
Added by Tyler on Jul 17, 2014 4:05 PM
|Chris Hartman||RE: Charlotte Aschmetat Kelm|
I took a picture of Stephen Hard's stone at the Collins Cemetery. Unfortunately the stone is extremely eroded you can barely make out the last name on the stone.
His death certificate states his last name is "Hard" not "Harding".
Added by Tyler on Jun 28, 2014 7:19 PM
Thanks for the info regarding Augustus Ames at Maple Hill Cemetery.It has been added to his memorial.
|Terry Goodwin||RE: Hannah Noyes|
You are quite welcome, glad to be of assistance.
|butterfly||RE: Frank and Nora Cameron Doane|
You are welcome, If they are family and you would like a transfer, please advise. My grandfather worked for the Ford dealership in Alpena for years.
|Linda Claxton||Leona & Darrell Parsons|
New photos are posted.
|Maggie Momenee||RE: Vivian Laurent|
We enjoyed doing it.
|Kimberly Rumbarger Talboo||RE: John & Anna Boyer|
You are welcome.
For you or anyone interested in burials at the Nickleville cemetery I was there yesterday and photographed the ENTIRE cemetery. As of this date there is no stone unlisted. The only entries should be those stones for new burials and a hand full of stones that are so weathered I can't read anything or I am currently trying to decipher enough information to research who they might have been.
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