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Carole Freer McKinney (#46991961)
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Bio Photo Interested in genealogy and family history. Always happy to take photos of graves near 85205.
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G Thompson
RE: My Jonasen & Skjeret Friends
Hi Carole. I sent you an email to your aol account.
Added by G Thompson on Sep 27, 2017 10:44 AM
Debra (Hart) Blackgrave Tyre
RE: James Freer
No, not directly. I met someone recently who turns out to be related (5th cousin) through the Freer line and was trying to figure out the connection. Wed grown up 8 miles from each other but in different towns and left Michigan as I did without ever meeting. We recently ended up in North Carolina together as roommates at an artist gathering, and figured it out! Crazy cool.

I am, however, related to you further up the line. Elias/Elisha Freer & Martha Everitt are my 5th great-grandparents <3. I think we share them in common, based on what I saw in my Ancestry tree.

Their son, Gabriel Freer married Elizabeth Betsey Cooley, and their daughter Sophia Freer married Benjamin LeFurge. Sophia & Benjamin moved from New York to Washtenaw County (near Ann Arbor) in 1851, then to Ingham County, MI in 1876, where my great-grandfather was born (and Im from).
Added by Debra (Hart) Blackgrave T... on Sep 22, 2017 4:36 PM
Debra (Hart) Blackgrave Tyre
RE: James Freer
No, not directly. I met someone recently who turns out to be related (5th cousin) through the Freer line and was trying to figure out the connection. We'd grown up 8 miles from each other but in different towns and left Michigan as I did without ever meeting. We recently ended up in North Carolina together as roommates at an artist gathering, and figured it out! Crazy cool.

I am, however, related to you further up the line. Elias/Elisha Freer & Martha Everitt are my 5th great-grandparents <3. I think we share them in common, based on what I saw in my Ancestry tree.

Their son, Gabriel Freer married Elizabeth "Betsey" Cooley, and their daughter Sophia Freer married Benjamin LeFurge. Sophia & Benjamin moved from New York to Washtenaw County (near Ann Arbor) in 1851, then to Ingham County, MI in 1876, where my great-grandfather was born (and I'm from).
Added by Debra (Hart) Blackgrave T... on Sep 22, 2017 4:36 PM
alongcim
RE: Sidney & Estelle Dickinson
You're welcome...my husband was excited as this was his first "find" in helping me...because of your cousin we may do more of these together...thanks!
Added by alongcim on Aug 23, 2017 3:43 PM
Patti
RE: Patricia Cady
Always happy to help.
Added by Patti on Jun 13, 2017 12:12 PM
Duane Irish
RE: Leon Skjeret
You are very welcome
Glad I could help
Added by Duane Irish on Jun 12, 2017 10:47 AM
Sharon Lindbloom
Find A Grave Memorial# 136894070
We were at Pleasant Hill cemetery over Memorial Day and took a picture of this gravestone you requested.
The stone is very worn but I believe this is the correct stone and is in the right location of the grave site.

Regards,
Sharon Brodersen Lindbloom
Added by Sharon Lindbloom on Jun 02, 2017 9:56 AM
KVN
RE: Huldah Beemer Cooley
You're very welcome. Unfortunately with that colour of light stone, the engraving is sometimes hard to read unless the sun is just right. I always try to get the details off the stone if I can decipher the printing. I could do that with this one. I'm glad I could help out.
Karen VN
Added by KVN on Jun 01, 2017 9:58 AM
Paul Everitt
RE: Edward A. Zurfluh Picture
You're quite welcome. Glad to assist.
Added by Paul Everitt on Mar 07, 2017 12:09 PM
Cemetery Sisters 1
RE: Angeline Swarthout
You are very welcome!
Added by Cemetery Sisters 1 on Mar 02, 2017 5:45 AM
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