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David (#47257766)
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Glenn Haege
It looks like your memorial page was the first one for Glenn. He was my niece's father-in-law and he is being buried at Resurrection Cemetery in Macomb County at a private service.
Added by Patricia on Sep 16, 2017 7:45 AM
Janet Personette
Rose Kish Chevrolet
There are two Find A Grave pages for her. Yours was created after the other one. Check it out.
Added by Janet Personette on Aug 23, 2017 7:10 PM
Kevin Tonkin
Rose Chevrolet
Rose is actually buried in Niles, MI.
Added by Kevin Tonkin on Aug 23, 2017 6:27 AM
Clan Morton
Transfer to Gallagher Clan
Thank you very much for the quick response David!! Much appreciated!! God bless!
Added by Clan Morton on Jul 29, 2017 6:21 PM
Kathie King Wilkinson
LONG Richard H #65277378
In reading the Detroit Free Press, for Tuesday, Apr 4, 1876, pg. 1, I came across this death notice. I believe the individual it refers to is the same individual for the memorial above that you created. Please consider adding this biographical information.

Death of R. H. Long. - R. H. Long, Superintendent of the Michigan Stove Works, died at his residence at 9 o'clock yesterday morning. Mr. Long had been sick but a few days and his death was very unexpected. He was highly respected and esteemed, and his death will be mourned by many friends as a personal bereavement. The Works were closed down at noon and will remained closed until after the funeral.

According to an article, "When Stoves were the Hot New Thing", by Bill Loomis in the Detroit News, Jan. 24, 2015, the Michigan Stove Works was established by Jeremiah Dwyer in 1861 at the corner of Mt. Elliot and Wight Roads.The Stove Works was later expanded in a new facility on E. Jefferson, Detroit in 1866. In the 29th century, Detroit was known as the "Stove Capital of the World" because more than 10% of the world's stoves at the time were produced in Detroit.
Added by Kathie King Wilkinson on Mar 19, 2017 3:16 PM
Howard W. Thayer #11709469
Hello David: Your picture on Howard's memorial is sideways. I now manage his memorial and I would appreciate it if I could add a better picture of my own. I can only do that if you remove your picture. Thank you...
Added by Chris on Mar 11, 2017 3:35 PM
Valerie Hart
Woodlawn Cemetery, Detroit MI
Thank you for posting the info and bio for Charlotte S. Schmidt and Albert Schmidt. We have been trying to find death record for Charlotte. Would you happen to know where the Woodlawn Cemetery, Detroit, MI records are maintained and how to access them? The web-site for the cemetery is not active, nor is their phone number.
Thank you,
Added by Valerie Hart on Feb 17, 2017 11:18 AM
Irving Nie
We are fulfilling your photo request. It is above ground burial. We will go back in the spring and look for any individual markings. We did not see any today.
Added by Patrivia on Feb 01, 2017 7:59 PM
Holly Smith
F. Janney Smith headstone photo
Dear David,

Your post brought tears to my eyes. I was just 14 when we buried my father and I had never seen his headstone. I no idea where to look for him in that enormous cemetary. I am so grateful.

Kind wishes, Holly Smith
Added by Holly Smith on Jan 16, 2017 10:12 AM
Thomas Denike
Thanks for the headstone picture & the cemetery info. Very much appreciated!
Added by MK on Jan 15, 2017 1:52 PM
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