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Green Ridge Cemetery
Bay City, Bay County, Michigan

15 S. Tuscola Rd, Bay City, MI
(corner of M-15 (Tuscola) & Columbus

Lat: 43° 35' 22"N, Lon: 83° 51' 51"W

contact: Covenant Cemetery Services
PO Box 689, Clio MI
(800) 258-1799

This is not a complete listing of burials! The records below were provided by contributors to Cemetery Records Online. Total records = 12.

Contributor's Index:

Hayden, Harriet Rooker Smith Kaster, b. April 3 1899, d. Aug 9 1969, d/o William Rooker and Harriet Card, [SV]
Foster, Ella, b. Mar 16, 1870, d. Apr 24, 1936, wife of William Foster, Dau of Charles Gotham and Lucinda Adams, [SV]
Foster, William, b. Jun 01, 1859, d. Jul 30, 1953, husband of Ella Gotham, son of John Foster and Victoria Herbert, [SV]
Kenyon, Margaret, b. Apr 18 1920, d. Jan 1 1987, d/o Elmer Smith and Harriet Rooker, [SV]
Scheerer, Augusta,
b. Aug. 1855, d. 1918, wife of John Scheerer, [CH]
Scheerer, John, b. Nov. 1858, d. 1935, husband of Augusta Gommel Scheerer, [CH]
Scheerer, Mary, b. 11 Jul. 1889, d. 09 Nov. 1973, wife of Wm. G. Scheerer, [CH]
Scheerer, William G., b. Jan. 1886, d. 14 Dec. 1951, son of John & Augusta Scheerer, husb. of Mary Scheerer, [CH]
Seifferly, Frederick, b. 28 Mar. 1871, d. 27 Mar. 1959, son of Maurice & Catherine Seifferly, husb. of Mary Scheerer Seifferly, [CH]
Seifferly, George, b. 1873, d. 16 Feb. 1955, son of Maurice & Catherine Seifferly, husband of Sophia Seifferly, [CH]
Seifferly, Mary, b. 16 Jan. 1882, d. 10 Sept. 1963, dau. of John & Augusta Scheerer, wife of Frederick Seifferly, [CH]
Seifferly, Sophia, b. 14 Nov. 1873, d. 07 Oct. 1960, wife of George Seifferly, [CH]

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