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Jon H. (#47817928)
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Bio Photo I have been involved in genealogy for 30 years now. I have only more recently gotten involved in documenting family headstones. Many of my ancestors on my mother's side of the family (including two 4x great grandfathers and one 4x great grandmother) are buried in Woodmere Cemetery in Detroit. The memorials that I have created to date are mostly my own relatives - although many of them are distantly related.

My latest family tree project relates to the expansive Harbart family, to which I am indirectly related through the 2nd marriage of one of my great great grandmothers. However a very dear family member asked for my help with this family, and I am now hopelessly hooked. There are hundreds (likely thousands) of descendants from just one man - Erdmann Harbart, who lived 1726-1813 in the Thorn/Torun area of Prussia (now Poland), and who had at least 17 children from 2 wives. Many of these descendants emigrated to the United States, and those that didn't were forcibly resettled in Germany after World War II. Only a small number remain in present day Poland.

If you would like to use one of the photos that I have posted here on this site, please feel free to do so, but I would greatly appreciate it if you would give me credit for the photo when using it on other sites. All of the photos I have taken are already posted on Ancestry.com, so you should be able to find the pictures there (my family tree is publicly viewable).
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Harbarts - known (18)
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Wildcajun
Harold Sampson
The Memorial has been tranfferred.Phil
Added by Wildcajun on Mar 27, 2015 6:45 AM
David Anthony Taylor
RE: Gahley and Cagney headstones in Riverside Catholic Cemetery
Jon feel free to use any images i pist concerning your family members, glad i could help

David
Added by David Anthony Taylor on Jan 13, 2015 9:36 AM
K. Medved
RE: Jehle family graves in Roselawn Cemetery in Pueblo, CO
HI again, While I was at the cemetery, I noticed next to the Jehle, there were markers for James (#111873802) and Ella (#111873792)King's markers, who are Sallie Jehle's parents. Maybe they are your relatives too. Also, Thomas Poster is in that section and that is probably Ella's father. I didn't get a picture of his head stone, but will go back tomorrow and get it.
Added by K. Medved on Dec 26, 2014 11:16 PM
K. Medved
RE: Jehle family graves in Roselawn Cemetery in Pueblo, CO
Jon, you are very welcome. And you certainly are welcome to use the pictures on Ancestry. You really don't need to give me credit for them.
Kay
Added by K. Medved on Dec 26, 2014 11:06 PM
David Anthony Taylor
RE: Gahley and Cagney headstones in Riverside Catholic Cemetery
Please fee free to use any pic i have posted and if you need my help with finding a site please let me know, it may have to wait till the weather breaks, my contact info is:

david taylor
davidtaylor82@hotmail.com
214-500-5352
Added by David Anthony Taylor on Dec 16, 2014 6:27 PM
Scout
RE: Jehle family graves in Grand Rapids Oakhill
You may use any photos of our that you choose. Thank you for asking.
Added by Scout on Dec 14, 2014 12:56 AM
Marguerite
Lambert A. Vierk #131143346 @ Utica
Hi Jon - Thank you so much for the update. Is Pvt Vierk a family member ? If so, I'd be happy to transfer him to you if you wish ? Let me know.
Added by Marguerite on Sep 27, 2014 9:23 AM
D. Meserole
RE: Millers in Mount Hope
I am so glad that you found the memorials and thank-you for your kind words. When I photograph headstones I sometimes find family headstones near each other and make a point of taking a photo showing all of the headstones in one of the photos. Then I a little research to establish the relationships and note it in the caption of the photo. When family finds the results of my research it is a bonus.
Added by D. Meserole on Jul 29, 2014 12:45 PM
wilsis1
RE: Bensel photos
My Pleasure to help out. Please use the photos in your Ancestry family tree. I do the same for my own Ancestry family trees as well.
Added by wilsis1 on Mar 29, 2014 7:42 AM
Kurt Johnson
RE: Harry Becker
Tranfers made.
Added by Kurt Johnson on Mar 26, 2014 9:58 AM
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