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I am more than happy to transfer any memorials that my family is not connected to. |
This is all about connecting families and sharing. I have no reason to keep memorials of people I'm not related to. So please, just ask for your family member to be transferred.
It's nice that editing has been made so easy now, but if you can, please send me info on how I can verify your edits. It takes me a lot of time researching to make sure all the information I am being sent is correct.
For easy transfers, please click on the 'edit' button on the top right of the memorial you would like transferred, then click on 'suggest a correction', ask me to transfer the memorial and please include your member number (which you can find at the top of your profile page next to your display name).
I hope everyone has read the rules about NOT entering names of survivors.
Love this line from the movie 'Personal Effects'...
"It's about waiting for someone to come back, that you know will never come back. About that time spent waiting and the people you meet in the waiting room."
I have met a lot of wonderful people in the waiting room!
Some of our family...
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|Robert Niedzwiecki||digital camera|
Was just adding some photos to Mount Calvary and noticed you had the inscriptions but no photos.
Wonder if you do not have a digital camera?
|Robert Niedzwiecki||Robinson Family|
No, you are doing fine.
Do not mind me, just like to fill in the blanks.
|Pat Kaszubowski - Thomas||RE: Transfers|
Don't say your not to fast.
You do awesome and are one of my best contacts on Find A Grave who responds really fast.
You have a great weekend too.
|heidic208||RE: Lettie Anne Taylor Hudler|
It is my pleasure. Feel free to use it on Ancestry.
|Robert Niedzwiecki||Stone Family in Onaway|
Just finished updating the Stone memorials that you transferred
|Pat Kaszubowski - Thomas||RE: Smolinski|
Thank you so very much.
|Jeff Phillips||RE: Photos|
Glad I could help, I still have William & Margaret to get. There are some that are spelled in the transcriptions. The following are Hartmann, I know Sophia & Albert are & i'll see if they all are.
HARTMAN, Albert, H Plot: Riverside CityO 012,01 03/10/1910
HARTMAN, Sophia, Plot: Riverside CityO 012,02 07/25/1916
HARTMAN, William, August Plot: Riverside CityO 012,03 Funeral Home: Langeland 10/12/1942
WEBER, Robert, H Plot: Riverside CityO 012,04 Funeral Home: Truesdale 08/24/1960
WEBER, Hilda, Plot: Riverside CityO 012,05 Funeral Home: Truesdale 06/20/1986
WEBER, William, R Plot: Riverside CityO 012,06 Funeral Home: Truesdale 04/03/1969
HARTMAN, Harold, J Plot: Riverside CityO 012,08 Funeral Home: Truesdale 07/13/1938
HARTMAN, Edward, H Plot: Riverside CityO 012,09 Funeral Home: Langeland 12/29/1967
HARTMAN, Anna, H Plot: Riverside CityO 012,10 Funeral Home: Langeland 07/16/1970
I have an obit here I found.
Mrs. Charlotte H. SEBASTIAN - 2907 Sonora, passed away Saturday evening, April 16, 1977. Mrs. SEBASTIAN was born Feb. 25, 1891, in Chicago, Ill., the daughter of William and Margret HARTMANN and had been a resident here for 17 years, prior to that living in Chicago, Ill. While living in Chicago, she was a member of the Navy Mothers and was an LPN. In Kalamazoo, she operated the Tri-Fold Agency for 10 years. Surviving are one daughter, and 2 sons, Mrs. Dorothy ROWDEN of Round Lake, Ill., Franklin W. of Kalamazoo and Robert E. of McHenry, Ill.; 6 grandchildren; 4 great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. Mrs. SEBASTIAN was taken from the Langeland Chapels to the Strang Funeral Home, Grays Lakes, Ill., for serivces and interment in the Fox Lake Cemetery. source: Kalamazoo Gazette Mon Apr 18, 1977
HARTMANN, Margaret "Mary"
Passed away at Rose Arbor Hospice December 15 2008. Margie was born February 5, 1938 in Chicago. Lived most of her adult life in Michigan. Graduated from Mundelein College in Chicago. Earned her masters degree in education from Western Michigan University. She taught at St. Basil School in South Haven and later at St. Augustine School in Kalamazoo. She worked on Her Blueberry farm near Grand Junction. She was employed by the U.S. Postal Service in Kalamazoo and later in Grand Junction, Michigan until she retired. She is survived by five sisters and five brothers. She was preceded in death by a brother; her parents, Edward Sr. and Catherine; her brother, Tom and sister-in-law Wilawan (John Hartmann). Cremation has taken place. Interment will be at Riverside Cemetery. A memorial service will be announced at a later date. Contributions in her memory may be made to The Parkinson's Research Association or Hospice of Southwestern Michigan.
Avink Funeral Home
Published in the Kalamazoo Gazette on 12/17/2008
|Joe Chester||Mildred Barber Realy @ Rogers Twp Cemetery|
Thank you for the prompt updates and helping to better link the Barber family.
|Pat Kaszubowski - Thomas||Donald's Transfer|
Gee thanks for the transfer and for letting me try to solve the mystery. How nice of you to do me the honors.
I will keep you posted and see what I can figure out even though I think you would do better.
Keep warm. Pat
|Pat Kaszubowski - Thomas||Re: My Message|
I do not understand why she is asking me to do that either. Twist is the keeper of the person she is talking about.
I looked at my tree and she is right. The Rose that is linked is the wrong one. I will ask Twist if she will unlink and try to find out where the correct Rose is.
Another puzzle piece in the wrong place.
Have a good day. Pat
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