Granny Pam

Author's details

Name: Granny Pam
Date registered: August 25, 2008
URL: http://www.warrenweb.info/grannypam

Biography

Granny lives in the suburbs of Detroit, Michigan. Granny's family is: the husband currently known as Papa, 3 daughters. D2 lives about 3 hours away with her husband and family (GS2, GDs 1 & 2) a long ways when you want to see your cute little grandchildren. Grandchildren, 3 boys and 2 girls, age almost 22 to 5. My oldest grandson is serving his country in the US Navy, and his brother is a member of the US Army. D1 and D3 live here with Papa and I.

Latest posts

  1. FGS Day One — August 21, 2013
  2. William Henry Yearnd (1883-1948) — March 21, 2012
  3. The Incredible Shrinking Task – and Another Correction — February 21, 2012
  4. More on the Murrays — February 1, 2012
  5. Mary Ann Lamunion — January 30, 2012

Author's posts listings

Jun 21

Belle’s Box — Cast of Characters

This entry is part 2 of 342 in the series Belle's Box

This entry is part 2 of 342 in the series Belle’s BoxYou can read about Belle Lamunion, 1864-1848, and her amazing box of family memories here. Belle married Henry H Fellows, 1858-1905 in 1879 in Ashland Township, Newaygo County, Michigan. This series of posts will center around the items that were in the box. If …

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Jun 21

Belle’s Box – 1

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This entry is part 1 of 342 in the series Belle's Box

This entry is part 1 of 342 in the series Belle’s BoxYou can read about Belle Lamunion, 1864-1848, was Papa’s great-grandmother. Belle married Henry H Fellows, 1858-1905 in 1879 in Ashland Township, Newaygo County, Michigan. This series of posts will center around the approximately 405 items in the box which are in my possession. I …

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Jun 20

Belle’s Box

My mother-in-law’s grandmother was a tiny woman named Belle Lamunion. She lived from 1864 to 1948: she was born in New York and died in Michigan. She and her first husband Henry H. Fellows were the parents of either eight or nine children, the records aren’t completely clear. The Lamunion family were apparently close, and …

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Jun 04

Genealogical Breakthrough

I recently exchanged e-mail with a descendant of one of Papa’s dead-end ancestors. That person is a descendant of a sibling of Henry H. Fellows, I’ll call him JB. I had found little on JB previously. He was named in him mother’s pension claim file after his father died at during the Civil War. He …

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May 27

Winnie A. (Kaiser) Yearnd Scrapbook Concluded

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The remaining pages in the book are newspaper clippings and other personal items. Here are the photographs with people I can’t identify. These are from throughout the book. From left to right, Marion, Jane and Helen Yearnd. I can’t ID the man in the background, or the girl on the far right. On the left, …

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May 25

Winnie A. (Kaiser) Yearnd Scrapbook page 21, Take Two

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Here are some photographs that have people I can’t identify from page 21. If you know any of these people, please let me know!

May 24

Winnie A. (Kaiser) Yearnd Scrapbook, page 21

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Pages 18-20 of sweetie’s scrapbook contain newspaper clippings, programs, invitations and cards, which I have omitted. The photos on sage 21 are mainly of Winnie and her husband, and a few family photos. Here is a lady that looks like Aunt Jane Yearnd with Grandpa Kaiser. Grandpa Kaiser would be William Kaiser, 1862-1940. He was …

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May 23

Winnie A. (Kaiser) Yearnd Scrapbook, Page 17

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Page 17 of Sweetie’s scrapbook contains newer photos, mainly of Winnie and her husband, William; some of their children are included. Two living grandchildren are pictured, I have omitted that photo. First is a baby, I don’t know which baby. Second, my Dad, James Yearnd, with Richard Domey. Richard Domey was the husband of Helen …

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May 22

Winnie A. (Kaiser) Yearnd Scrapbook, Page 16

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This page of Sweetie’s scrapbook contains a copy of a campaign flyer. My grandfather ran for, and was elected to a circuit court judgeship in 1947. I think the flyer is interesting because of the polite language it uses, the format it takes, and the information given. This scan shows the back cover on the …

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May 13

Reunion Time

If you can find Henry H. Fellows, and his wife, Belle Lamunion on your family tree, you are invited to the reunion of their descendants. I once wrote about some treasures in Belle’s box. Historically, Belle’s family “got together”, but sometime later the reunion of what was then the Fellows family, was called a Fenton …

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