Monday, May 15, 2017

Simms family Plainfield Cemetery

The Simms family: mother Mary (1817-1870), sons William L. (1853-1885) and Lavie J. (1848-1866) in Plainfield Cemetery, Kent County, Michigan.

It is quite likely that James W., husband of Mary and father of the two boys is buried here as well, at least according to cemetery records. He died during the civil war.
William

Lavie

Mary

Family plot it's likley that the father James W. is buried in the open space next to his wife Mary

Wednesday, May 3, 2017

Oakwood Cemetery in Muskegon

Zeph Jeffers: 3-8-6, among a group of government stones

August Eckermann and his wife Florentine: 2-7-8

Himelberger: 1-10-12

George Schwegler: 2-21-8, buried with Bodendorfer

William Bodendorfer: 2-21-8


George Childs: 2-25-25


Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Wednesday, April 5, 2017

St. Mary's Cemetery in Muskegon

James Cavanaugh: 4-5-6

Rudolph Nagle or Neagle: 16-4

Christian Schmidt or Smith: 47-1

Friday, March 31, 2017

Evergreen Cemetery - 3rd Michigan soldiers

Henry Kingsbury:  4-4-1, small stone front left

Charles Miller: 7-10-1

Walter B. Morrison: 7-12-4

Saturday, January 28, 2017

Ottawa Center Cemetery

Although only a small cemetery off the main road and along an old dirt road it has three former members of the Old 3rd buried in it: Hosea Tracy and his son Nathan and William Van Dyke. As you can see, Nathan and William have brand-new government markers.