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Gregg Lewis Kuethe Leeser (#46482688)
 member for 15 years, 6 months, 23 days
rolly dodson
i cant confrim isham burnett dodson being part of this family

Added by jboyle on Jun 29, 2016 4:07 PM

Greg Rhodus
James Barnett Cemetery
Hello, My name is Greg Rhodus and I'm trying to find and gain access to this cemetery. would you happen to know who i would contact to gain access? I have been there a couple times and there is a locked gate on the lane to the barn as mentioned in the Cemetery listing here on find a grave. i tried leaving a note in the mailbox but have gotten no response. Thanks for any info you can give me.

Added by Greg Rhodus on Mar 08, 2016 9:14 PM

Keith Hunt
RE: Question
Re: Mary Koors burial at St Mary (#152222589)

You won't find a burial record at St Mary for her. All the burial records between 1870 and May, 1891 were destroyed by a fire. The only records that may exist include newspaper announcements and possibly, the Donnelly Brothers Funeral Home records. They were known as the "Irish undertaker" for the area. The funeral home records are only available on microfilm and can be found at the Kentucky Historical Society archives or at the Kenton County library (two places that I know of).

Added by Keith Hunt on Feb 06, 2016 5:44 AM

Librarian Jessie
Laupheim Jewish Cemetery
I am currently researching relatives who lived in Laupheim, Germany. I noticed that you have entered burials there. Any relations there?

Added by Librarian Jessie on Nov 21, 2014 8:14 AM

patty gschwender
John Horn FAG#60413360
Hi Gregg i was wondering if you would like to try and help me find some information on my husbands gggrandfather and his wife Mary Anna{Ruehl}Horn Find A Grave #73852757. They both were born in Germany. I am having trouble finding a marriage license and censuses on them. They lived in Montgeomery Co Dayton Ohio. John is buried in The County Infirmary Cemetery in Dayton Ohio. Someone had posted his headstone but i dont think it is the correct one. My husbands family said he might have been in the Civil War but i cant find any information. Thank you for any help you can find or if you want to help me to find any information for me. Thank you Patty#47517041

Added by patty gschwender on Nov 06, 2014 7:01 PM

Dead weight
Stewart Leeser's marker
I added Stewart Leeser's marker to my database.

The condition of his marker saddens me tremendously. If you're related, please see what you can do about getting a replacement memorial.

I have contacted Candidate for Governor Tom Wolf about it, of course no response.

Added by Dead weight on Sep 11, 2014 3:31 PM

Charles Wilton
RE: James Barnett Cemetery
That's still on my list of cemeteries to get to. I'll let you know when I'm back out there.


Added by Charles Wilton on Sep 02, 2014 9:36 AM

Donna Sutiff
Henry Clay Stone/Judy Bramel
Gregg, I need help, when did HC Stone divorce Olive Anderson Harris and marry Judy Bramel. I can't find the divorce or the marriage record for Judy. I think it was after 1910? Any information would be appreciated.
Thank You,
Donna Sutliff

Added by Donna Sutiff on Jun 08, 2014 7:19 PM

Charles Wilton
RE: James Barnett Cemetery
I do live in Madison County, but I haven't been able to get out graving much lately. If I get there this summer, I will certainly look for the new marker.

Added by Charles Wilton on May 28, 2014 1:09 PM

Tom Stonehunter
Revised DOB for Edward Constable
Gregg, please note a correction to the DOB that you previously supplied for Edward Constable, ID 107145848. See his memorial for explanation. You may have other family tree references that carry that same error. The correct date is now listed. Regards

Added by Tom Stonehunter on Apr 18, 2014 6:43 AM

Mike (AKA) Gabby
RE: Hi
thanks Gregg, nice of you to say that. only been doing this a little while but really like wondering through old grave yards ...

Added by Mike (AKA) Gabby on Feb 19, 2014 4:41 PM

Jetta McQuiston
I have linked Reatha Hendricks Leeds to her parents and changed Meek to Meeks as requested. I am always willing to add information and links to help others in their research.

Added by Jetta McQuiston on Jan 09, 2014 10:30 AM

Beverly Dunn
RE: Link
Hi Gregg, I am so glad when someone takes this as seriously as myself. If we don't link family members, how are we to know who they are. I shouldn't get so aggrevated when there is no response to my request. Some people hog the entire cemetery, but don't take the time to manage it. Thank you for being so quick, responsive and understanding. Bev from Cincy

Added by Beverly Dunn on Jan 09, 2014 2:08 AM

James Richards
Lena Wigginton

Thanks for your notes on Lena; however, I first believed Willis was her husband because they are buried next to each other with the same looking headstones (military) and both roughly the same age (1 year apart).

So, some more and interesting quick research strongly leads to the conclusion that George was her first husband and his brother Willis was her second husband.

George and Willis were sons of Benjamin and Nannie Wigginton. This is shown in searches of, and also both George and Willis Wigginton were listed in a 1919 lawsuit by the Federal Govt to take over the Wigginton Farm when Fort Knox was established (Hardin County Clerk archives). shows George Wigginton, husband of Lena, died in 1934. It also shows our Lena (same birth date) and Willis Wigginton married on July 21 1935 in Clark County, IN. also shows Lena's (same birth date and wife of Willis) father was Frank Houson (Houston?) and Etta Woods.

What do you think?

Added by James Richards on Jan 07, 2014 11:30 AM

Donna Sutiff
Olive "Ollie" Anderson
Sorry misspoke, Olive married Henry Clay Stone, July 5, 1904, and married Raymond Elzenhoefer, did she marry him and divorce him???
Help I am confused.

Added by Donna Sutiff on Jan 05, 2014 6:04 PM

Donna Sutiff
RE: Fanny Harn Marcum
Gregg, did you find out anymore information on Oliver Harn, I would like a copy of Mary Frances Marcum will you send me the copy at Or can I copy her picture, do you have more pictures of the Harn's.
Donna Sutliff

P.S. Did you find anymore information on her second husband Afred Fred Marcum? If you find out anymore information please let me know.

Added by Donna Sutiff on Jan 05, 2014 3:04 PM

Denver Clark
Old broken Tombstone

Removed old broken tombstone photo. New one looks great.


Added by Denver Clark on Dec 24, 2013 4:19 PM

James (Jim) F. Kelly
Charles Graham‏
de the changes.

Is Abert the correct spelling of his middle name?

If you would like a transfer of this memorial, please let me know.

Jim Kelly

Added by James (Jim) F. Kelly on Nov 13, 2013 5:55 PM

Todd Whitesides
RE: Grave
The base of George Luebbe's marker seemed to be missing completely but I'm sure it's just submerged somewhere on the lot. Unfortunately I don't have access to Buena Vista cemetery. It's inaccessible due to the high fence around it. I was only able to read one marker through the chain link which you can view on Find A Grave. Sorry I'm not able to be of more assistance. Good luck in your search.

Added by Todd Whitesides on Nov 09, 2013 11:56 AM

Debbie J
RE: Luebbe/Lubbe
I'm not related. Just going through the cemetery records.

Added by Debbie J on Nov 09, 2013 9:56 AM

Neil B (John 3:16)
RE: Hello
Gregg your words are so kind and thoughtful. Thanks my friend and may God bless you too.

Added by Neil B (John 3:16) on Nov 05, 2013 9:08 PM

Carol S
RE: Gronefeld/Koester
I know what you mean about misspellings of names. I went from Trame to Sanman. Both are misspelled a lot. I had thought my married name would be less misspelled. Boy, was I wrong!

Added by Carol S on Oct 28, 2013 7:34 AM

Carol S
Gregg, Hi. Please let me know the names of the children of Theresa Koester so that I may transfer those to you too. If you use the correction tab, that is the easiest way to do it. I tried looking by Gronefeld.

By the way, I had seen the Koester name in Campbell County, Ky. On the GenWeb. I posted many of those church transcriptions so when I saw the name, I posted it on findagrave.

Added by Carol S on Oct 27, 2013 8:10 AM

Marcia Kohl
RE: You are appreciated
Dear Greg, You were so kind to say all those nice things. I really do mean well, but I'm afraid I may not do things right: I have taken many photos of graves of my family during my genealogy (yes, I'm doing that!) searches. I recently realized I must have over a hundred, which is a lot for me. I did contribute some to the IA Gravestone Project and I have seen them as parts of family trees on Ancestry. That's ok, but I do see some others taking credit. I don't know if those particular ones have made it to Find-a-Grave, but I did think of trying to put them on the site. I'm reluctant because I didn't always take them with that purpose in mind, and may not have much information about the person...that's my dilemma: Do it or not, put up what I have or forget it? As to my Genealogy search, my brick wall is at my Great Grandfather (OH), and I fear there's no hope. I also enjoy helping others find their mystery folks, but it seems easier to do those than my own. I've been searching for my great great grandparents on that same line for over 15 years. I do get rather obsessive about the "missing". The fact that I can't travel is disheartening, as I would love to find a few other missing items - mostly in Iowa - and the folks there are so helpful. Charges are so high and phone help is almost nonexistant. If you have a suggestion on a birth 1838-42 OH, let me know?
I'm from Nebraska but I'm in Arizona. Such a bummer. m

Added by Marcia Kohl on Oct 21, 2013 2:00 AM

Marcia Kohl
You are appreciated
Gregg, Thanks so much for doing the things that many of us only wish we could do. A few years ago I was pleased to be able to research my Iowa family, finding an obscure book about Cedar County, IA graves. In Pioneer Grove Cemetery listings I actually found a mistake in the book, then later when we traveled there we found the abandoned then rescued cemetery in a farmer's pasture, and took a photo of the tiny grave. It was an infant, but it was OUR infant. I am sorry to not be able to participate in this way any more, but I do have a large collection of grave photos. With nerve, time and luck I hope to be able to learn how to post them to the site. In the meantime, thanks for you and for people like you! mkohl

Added by Marcia Kohl on Oct 17, 2013 11:12 PM


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