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From: Hills <>
Subject: Re: [MI-Genealogy] Grave Identification - Michigan Tombstone Project
Date: Sat, 21 Jan 2006 21:00:17 -0500
Thanks-I'll check it out. Jesse Hill
Terri Lindemann wrote:
>The Michigan Tombstone Project has transcripts and tombstone photos for
>Michigan cemeteries submitted by volunteers:
>Hills <> wrote:
> I am on a quest to find my grandfather's grave and to pay him a visit.
>He is George M. Hill, born 27 Nov 1850 in Chicago, IL and died 4 Sep
>1897 in Cedar River, MI. The death was recorded in Menominee on 31 May
>1898 and reason for death was "Tumer-in-Bowels." This could indicate he
>died in a hospital which could be at nearby locations such as Menominee,
>Stephenson, or Escanaba but probably not the first mentioned because of
>the time delay between death and recording of same. Phoncon with
>Mid-County Library indicated no Hill in Stephenson Cemetery but there
>are a number of cemeteries in Menominee County. It would not be feasible
>to travel there and try to do a tombstone to tombstone search. Would be
>interested in any help, information, or advice on solving the issue.
>Thanks. Jesse Hill
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