I think I’m going to move to Marquette, Michigan or at least be buried there.
Have you ever done a Google Search for your name to see what comes up? Of course you have. But have you ever done an Google Image Search? Go ahead, I’ll wait.
Turns out there are some interesting things you learn about this way. For example, are you familiar with Park Cemetery? I am…now.
There you’ll find the simple headstones of a family that gave us a U.S. Supreme Court justice, the father of night-time wildlife photography And philanthropists who’ve graced our city with parks, a planetarium, pools, zoos, and many other community-enriching facilities.
It’s interesting to learn that there is a whole city that has benefited from your family. Makes me want to get back into our family tree and see what else is out there. Time to call the family historian and putting this stuff on the web.
What new things did you learn about after doing a Google Image Search for your name? If you write about it, leave a link in the comments.
4 thoughts on “Park Cemetery”
Other than the credits in the Spiderman game of me and my sister that were left by her friend, nothing. I guess I have a unique enough name.
Hey Luke, thanks for making me feel better about my AstroBlasters score. I can’t beat Dan, even when I cheat.
I looked up our name on Google Images, and who knew that there’s a hot air balloon named “The Jester” that flew in the Flag City Balloon Fest! I like it! http://www.flagcityballoonfest.com/2007_Competition.htm.
it was my great grand father who made george it makes me mad that nobody remebers john hammer who took the pics!!! the murray urbiha and olds famlys we do!!!!!
archshrk responds: Thanks for visiting Josh. I’d like to know more about this but Google wasn’t very helpful and unfortunately the email address you provided was invalid. Please tell me more about this in another comment. If you could provide links to more information, that would be awesome as well.
is this still an active site? I can provide info on John Hammer and George Shiras 3d