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We are more than happy to transfer ownership of any entries created if they are not realted to our famalies already.
Our interest our found in Walker & Odeiman family names and, The 1st Michigan Sharpshooters, Company K, of the Civil War, 1861-1865. A Native American regiment of Michigan who saw battle in The Battle Of The Wilderness, Spotsylvania and the Siege Of Petersburg.
A fire in Emmet County Michigan in Cross Village at Holy Cross Rectory burned all vital records to local cemeteries on Febuary 23, 1970
To add to the confusion in researching our Odeimin ancstors, when a death certificate reads "Cross Village," as a place of burial, this could mean:
1) Old Indian at 6100 N Wadsworth Street in Cross Village. Today this is considered the Father Weikamp Cemetery and enclosed by a cyclone fence.
2) Holy Cross Parish Cemetery located just outside Cross Village on W. Levering Road.
3) Old Indian Cemetery AKA, Anamiewatigoing located on Oak Drive
The Native American Cemetery at 6100 N. Wadsworth Street was condemed by the board of health in 1948.
This small plot of land contains hundreds of Indian burials. Our ancestors are in fact, still there but the markers have been removed after the cemetery became full. It is still consecrated ground.
It is very likely that our Odeimin relatves are in the the old Indian cemetery, now known as Fr. Wykeimp Cemetery, If our relatives died before condemnation in 1948.
Feel free to copy,use and share any image which we have published on any memorial. History belong to the people, not just any one individual.
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|Sandy Vandertol||RE: Samuel Geer|
Thank you for adding the info to his page. I had a page for his little grandson in St. Andrew's cemetery in Grand Rapids and wanted to find the parents. One thing led to another and I found Samuel's wife and son living out in Oregon. It seems to be more humanizing when someone dies alone as Samuel did to give him family and a story.
|Joyce McClain||Lee Otto|
Lee Otto and Delia Bennett were divorced. Lee's death record said he was buried in the Northport Cemetery, Leelanau Co...but there isn't a record of his burial there. Delia married Walter Chippewa in 1921 Isabella Co...she died Feb 1940 in Isabella Co. There isn't a record of her burial.
Thank you so much for the information on Greensky Hill Cemetery. I will put my Andrews in that cemetery. I wish they would put the old names of the cemeteries on with the new name it would help so much. I do has much research has I can to put these people were they belong. I just don't what them forgotten. Thank you so much fore the information if I run a cross another Susan Lake Cemetery I will know were to put them. Thank you wanda
|Petoskey History 1852-2002||RE: Bill Peters|
So sorry, but I have not been able to get to the copy center to make a digitel copy of Bill Peter’s photo in his ceremonial dress. I still plan to do this a.s.p. Have a great 2016! Punky
|Petoskey History 1852-2002||Bill Peters Photo and Delay|
Hello! This past week I ran out of time. I will try to get a copy of the photo and send it to you this coming week. Best wishes! Punky
|Petoskey History 1852-2002||Lucy Trotochaud Duvernay|
Please check this over for any additions or substractions when you get a chance. Thanks! Punky
Lucy Trotochaud Duvernay
The daughter of Trocho, the Native American who donated the old Indian Church in Petoskey?
Created by: Petoskey History 1852-20...
Record added: Jun 11, 2015
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|Petoskey History 1852-2002||RE: Bill Peters|
Scott. I was so happy to hear from you! I loved all you said and will reply once I have the photo copied of Bill Peters. I want it to be as clear as possible, so I am having a print shop make a JPEG copy of it. It should be completed and sent to you this week. Like you, I think we should stay in touch. We no doubt know many of the same Native Americans, and one I have admired for so long. I was concerned something had happened to you, so I went ahead and made a memorial for Bill. I figured if you had died, and then I died, no one would be around to remember him properly. But thank goodness that’s not the case! When I send you the JPEG copy of Bill’s photo, I will also post it on the memorial I mad for him and send you the data you had sent to me about him. Now I have to find it! Thanks so much for getting back to me. I look forward to having you as a historical contact. We can trade information. And speaking of that, once everything about Bill is up, I still can transfer the memorial to you. Best wishes.
|Petoskey History 1852-2002||RE: The road to Andersonville, A story about Company K|
This is so very interesting. If it is okay with you I would like to send a copy of this to Karl Crawford, the superintendent at Greenwood Cemetery. He is very much into all of this and would be an excellent source––also, I have another source “David" who may prove most helpful. Both Karl and David write beautiful and meaningful accounts of the individuals from Michigan who took part in the Civil War. (You get the facts, but most touching, is that they are delivered in context of the human beings unique personalities.) Btw, so far as I know, all of the old newspapers are housed up at Greenwood. I learned all about this when Karl Crawford was the featured speaker at the Little Traverse Historical Museum. You would have loved his talk. Punky
|Eric Thompson||RE: Sondra Schwander|
You are very welcome. God Bless,
|Jana Marie Lashmit||RE: Hello there my old friend|
Good to hear from you. I love PBS!!! Unfortunately I can't get it in on my tv!!! :( No Antiques Roadshow for me or any American Experience!!
If I'm lucky, I sometimes can find them on youtube and some on the PBS website that you can view but not all are.
Would LOVE to watch it!!! I actually watched one on Youtube a while back about Andersonville. They have a few different ones if you are interested!!!
Did not know Co. K was amongst some so thanks for the info!!! Hopefully I will be able to find it after it airs.
Love movies and docs about the wars, especially RV, CW and VW!!
Hope you are all doing well!!! Keep in touch.
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