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C Weisenborn (#47152409)
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Bio Photo I have been interested in genealogy for over 30 years. I had a great aunt who did our family research in the 1940's to 1970's. She got me interested and the rest is history. I would be happy to transfer management to family members. I also would be happy to add any information if it can be documented. I will share photos of family ancestors I may have, just email me so we can get acquainted. Happy hunting.
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Virginia Paredes-Tijerina
RE: Agnes Weisenborn
You are welcome. It was my pleasure.
Added by Virginia Paredes-Tijerina on Sep 14, 2017 2:50 PM
There is another set of Smiths further back in section 2 but not yours. The dates on their stones are more recent. Were you able to confirm dates when you got plot info? I can get other Smith names/dates to see if they are in your tree?
Added by Connie on Jul 11, 2017 3:12 PM
Any idea if the Smith you are looking for is related to these folks: Lily 1879-1958, lewis o, 1880-1933, paul 1919-1997, lewis e 1907-1908. They all have markers in the plot you gave me. There is a big stone with smith, jolly, Andrew on it. No individual marker for him tho. I did take a picture of the general area if you wanted that. If you'd like individual pictures of thise I listed I can get them for you.
Added by Connie on Jul 11, 2017 2:56 PM
Joseph Smith
If you call the Lakeview Cemetery office in Calumet MI at 906-337-2510 and get Joseph's grave location I'd be happy to take a picture for you
Added by Connie on Jul 06, 2017 2:44 PM
Nathan Haines
RE: Hindman's
Yes, genealogists were many "hats". Detective, file clerk, research analyst, and archeologist to name a few. The archeology comes in from having to dig up old gravestones to find them. :-]
Added by Nathan Haines on Apr 22, 2017 5:20 PM
Nathan Haines
I got the pics per your request for the Hindman graves. It was the first really nice day yesterday that we have had hear in quite some time. Today it is raining away again and is supposed to all week long.
The Hindman stone is starting to get overgrown by the big tree they are by. Part of the end of the stone is under wood now. In 20 years from now this picture will still be here and there will be less of the stone you will be able to see at the cemetery then.
It looks like they are in the Enchanted Forest. There is a lot of trees all around them. I did not see any elves around there when I was there. :-]
Added by Nathan Haines on Apr 22, 2017 4:21 PM
Anna Selfridge
RE: Rev Geo Riley Obit
No - I'm librarian at the county museum. A descendant had requested a copy, so I went digging. Could I have your email, & I'll send it direct.
Added by Anna Selfridge on Mar 16, 2017 1:33 PM
Anna Selfridge
RE: Rev Geo Riley Obit
The text of the obit is correct; paragraphs formed somewhat differently. Major tape damage will prevent it from copying well. Let me know if you still want a copy. That paper is NOT online. :(
Added by Anna Selfridge on Mar 16, 2017 1:19 PM
Nathan Haines
PS- Rose Smith
There are two people buried just to the right of Rose and I don't imagine they are related but thought I would mention it in case you know different.
Benjamin F. Kelly 1864-1922 and Elijah Arnold 1862-1919.
There are several unmarked graves the other side of Rose.
Added by Nathan Haines on Sep 10, 2016 5:12 PM
Nathan Haines
Rose May Smith
I did not find Rose's stone the first time I looked for it. I waited until the next time I went to the cemetery and took my section map for the section she is in and discovered the Lot's were laid out a lot different than I thought they were and finally found her stone.
It is just one of those really old temporary cement stones and this one looks like it was homemade even.
It is quite worn. Good thing to get a picture of this one before it is eroded down to the point nothing can be made out on it anymore.
It says on it=
Rose Smith
It looks like 1860

Interesting that they put Born with the last three letters in lower case and the word died in all capitol letters.
I found a funeral notice in the paper and it says she was 61 when she died so that would prove that she was indeed born in 1860 and just short, by how much I know not, of making it to 62. Do you have the funeral notice for her?
There is another old stone like this about a hundred feet from her grave and I have tried every trick in the book trying to figure out who it is in that grave and struck out. That stone is cement and a little more worn down than Rose's stone.
Added by Nathan Haines on Sep 10, 2016 5:07 PM
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