Note: Claire <Claire@sysr.com> to Barbara Poole <firstname.lastname@example.org> date Thu, Jul 1, 2010 at 4:24 PM subject Re: What a surprise Hi again, I went to Tyler and Elmwood. The Tyler stones were Hannah, Bathsheba, John, Mary, Gracy, Liberty and the tall stone with writing that was not clear that fell down . Also at Tyler is the single mother and father stones set in the ground on one side of that tall stone and Ella and Marcus in the ground other side. Also Jane Pollock was near Bathsheba stone. Also the one that had L. A. behind head of Liberty stone. The others were at Elmwood. I was on my way to Stafford Rural and Leroy when the rain came, I am doing them next week. I have the sites of the graves at Stafford but didn't for Elmwood, so it took a little longer. Once I found the stones at Elmwood most of the stones were within few 100 ft of each other. Horace and Betsey were near the border line of St Joseph cemetery. Elmwood and St Joseph abut each other. Fanny Hopkins wife of J Hopkins was on the opposite side of the stone for Horace and Betsey E and Yarrington stone in Elmwood. Do you know how Fanny Hopkins fits in the family? The stone for Fanny was not clear, Lower writting on the same stone below Fanny is Horace and Betsey Adams infant son. I have more photos from Tyler that sounded like names you may have (other than Adams), I'll email the names and if you want the pictures I can send them as well. The hillside cemetery at Tyler looks like it was families that all knew each other. ____________________ Michigan Marriages, 1822-1995 for Oliver J. Hopkins groom's name: Oliver J. Hopkins bride's name: Emerett Allen Lamphere marriage date: 24 Nov 1907 marriage place: Grand Rapids, Kent, Michigan groom's father's name: John Hopkins groom's mother's name: Fannie Adams bride's father's name: Amasa Allen bride's mother's name: Sophia Kentfield indexing project (batch) number: M01735-8 system origin: Michigan-ODM source film number: 2342678
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