Category Archives: Michigan

John and Lydia Spracklin’s Children: John Andrews Spracklin, the Son & Civil War Soldier

John and Lydia (Goss) Spracklin had a son named John Andrews Spracklin and he is frequently confused with the father. It is not surprising that there is confusion because John A. Spracklin, the father, died in February of 1862 and … Continue reading

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John & Mary Keller Descendants: Lavina & William Helt’s Children

Lavina and William had 8 children that I am aware of.  Please verify the information presented below and use the following as a guide. Things got a little confusing with the Grove family so I hope I have this correct. 1. Mary Elizabeth … Continue reading

Posted in Announcements, Bloomfield Cemetery, Centerburg, Chester Twp., Chesterville Cemetery, Eliza Jane Helt & George Pearl Family, Emma Amarilla Helt & J.F. Williams, Fairview Cemetery, Fannie Miller and Amanda Smith, Grove Surname, Henry Solomon Helt, John W P Helt, Kansas, Knox County, Lavina Keller & William G. Helt, Lavina May Helt & Franklin White Cotton Family, Margaret Helt & Mr. Patterson, Martha Minerva Helt & Washington Dunn Family, Mary Elizabeth Helt & Charles O. Groves family, Michigan, Morrow County, Pennsylvania, South Bloomfield | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Rice Cemetery, Monroe Co., Michigan

My day trip visiting cemeteries in Michigan in August 2007 included a quick trip up to Monroe County and the Rice Cemetery. My goal was to pay my respects to Flora Montanye Osborn who had done work on the Goss … Continue reading

Posted in AMERICAN REVOLUTION & Other Conflicts, CEMETERIES - MICHIGAN, DAR (Daughters of the American Revolution), Flora Montanye Osborn 1869 to 1951, Goss Cemetery, Michigan, Monroe County, Osborn surname, Rice surname | Tagged , , | Leave a comment