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Janice Byington (#46607209)
 member for 12 years, 10 months, 26 days
Roy Dameron
William Henry Dameron
William Henry Dameron, son of William Morris Dameron.

You have his middle name as "Henry." All of my information has "Harrison." Can you provide your source for the name "Henry"?

Thank you.
Roy E. Dameron
Great-grandson of Wm H. Dameron,
Grandson of Grover L. Dameron,
Son of Ivan L. Dameron

Added by Roy Dameron on Jan 19, 2017 2:31 PM

Additional O'Bryans at Oak Spring
I added 21 additional O'Bryan's at Oak Spring Cemetery. Hopefully some will be of interest to you.


Added by Joe on Nov 03, 2016 9:14 AM

RE: Albert & Grace Tolmer # 146350453
My pleasure, Janice. During my visit to Oak Spring yesterday, I searched the cemetery records for other O'Bryan's that might be there. I found an additional 23 O'Bryans that I will create memorials for when I get a chance. I will let you know when the memorials are complete and you can see if any are of interest and would like a marker photo. Two of the 23 were James and Mickey O'Bryan who I created memorials for with photo's.


Added by Joe on Nov 01, 2016 10:31 AM

RE: Augspurger Cemetery

Thank you for writing back.

It's just that there are two Augspurger Cemeteries, in Trenton, OH. The Augspurger Cemetery on Find a Grave has both names of those in Chrisholm and those of the Augspurger Cemetery on Sycamore Rd.

There should be a soultion to this mix-up.

A family member

Added by Anonymous on Jul 08, 2016 7:05 AM

Augspurger Cemetery

I have found a list of names of families buried in the Augspurger Cemetery in Trenton, OH. The names I'm adding come from the 1914 Church Messenger Vol 1, #12.

I am sure that two names you have listed are not in the Augspurger Cemetery but are buried in the Chrisholm Historic Farmstead which has a family cemetery. The two are Christian Augspurger (1782-1848) and his wife Katherina (1784-1847). This was their home.

Chrisholm is not listed as a Cemetery in Butler Co, OH. I don't know why but will try to find out.

One of the family

Added by Anonymous on Jul 05, 2016 1:47 PM

Dixie Armstrong
Anna Baker O'Bryan Gould
Hi Janice,

You have created a duplicate memorial, not knowing that Anna O'Bryan remarried. Anna's original memorial was made in 2009 and there is a photograph of the headstone.

Original Memorial # 39109005
Duplicate Memorial # 113362603

Anna's 2nd husband was John Gould. As a child, she lived with him and his first wife Harriet. I think with further research, one will find that Harriet was probably related to her parents. One of Thomas O'Byran and Anna Gould's children can be found living with Charles Gould in the 1900 census. Charles was a son of John & Harriet Gould. I know this sounds a bit confusing --- I've documented/sourced it on


Added by Dixie Armstrong on Jul 04, 2016 7:30 AM

Donald and Mary Shannon
If you can call Resurrection Cemetery 323 887 2024 and get their grave locations, I will be happy to take a photo next weekend.

Added by Valerie on Jul 03, 2016 4:59 PM

Roseann Nalley- Cahoe
RE: Martha Caroline (Edlen) O'Bryan # 110262627
Did some checking found Ky death for Charles listed him in Howardstown believe his 1st wife
was already there. made some edits and found some of the kids.
Charles #166231524
Lavinia Lafollette #117232654
just in case the edits have not been made on
the kids I found
#98646221 #58067130 believe there to be about 11 children.

Hope this helps


Added by Roseann Nalley- Cahoe on Jun 29, 2016 10:33 PM

RE: Walnut Grove Cemetery, Boonville, Cooper, MO
I'm afraid I can't take credit for piecing the stone together. I simply took a photo of what I found.

As for the other grave, I can only say that over the past few months I visited Walnut Grove quite a few times and attempted to take pictures of every stone in the cemetery (in all honesty, I probably missed a few with some of the "rows" that weren't laid out well). I've already added every photo that was legible enough to identify its owner. There were over 100 that I could not do that for. The only possible way to identify them may be by consulting a rare illustrated book about the cemetery, and as yet, I've been unable to find a copy.

Added by grandmacarol on May 26, 2016 12:09 PM

Patricia Edmonds
RE: Neveh Zedek-Rose City Lodge Cemetery
Yes would be happy to do that. Would you please check back in with me to remind where to send this as I am traveling and undoubtedly will forget!!!

Added by Patricia Edmonds on May 21, 2016 7:44 PM

Jean Kayser
RE: Elvira E (Harper) Dolloff # 137900030
Hi Janice, here is the email exchange below. It looks like she is not at Mt. Hope in Solon.

Please double check the last name. I do have 4 graves with that last name but they are all empty and purchased in the late 1990's. Thanks!

5/14/2016 7:04 AM >>>
Hi Sheila, I am hoping you can help me with one more grave location. I couldn't find this one at Mount Hope Cemetery:

Elvina E. Harper Dolloff
Maine, USA
Feb. 21, 1907

Can you check her burial location at Mount Hope Cemetery and whether she has a marker?

Thank you very much!


Added by Jean Kayser on May 16, 2016 7:32 AM

Ric Noble
Nictaux cemetery
I sent Bob a message as he maintains the memorial for Parker Vidito. The death date on that stone is wrong. Parker died in 1900. Her is an obit or him.
Messenger and Visitor - Wednesday, 21 November 1900 - Page 13 -

Vidito - At his late residence, Bloomington, N.S., Parker Vidito, aged 93 years and 6 months. He was for many years a consistent member of the Nictaux Baptist church. Beloved by all who knew him, he peacefully entered into rest. The funeral services were conducted by his pastor and attended by a large company of relatives and friends.

Added by Ric Noble on Apr 02, 2016 10:22 AM

Hepzibah O'Bryan Herriott
Cecilia Osbourn O'Bryan :)
Dear Janice,

Hello , my name is Hepzibah O'Bryan Herriott(but I go by the first name 'Tuireann'. It was a disagreement over first names between my parents..Hepzibah is on all my legal documents but I was baptised Tuireann..!).
My Great-Great-Grandmother from my grandfather's paternal side (my mother's father's grandmother, on HIS father's side) is Cecilia Ellen Osbourn O'Bryan.
My grandfather was Leslie Leroy O'Bryan, who was the son of Francis Roland O'Bryan - who was the second child of Cecilia and Henry O'Bryan, Jr.

I am writing to you today because I am trying to join the DAR and I have all of the documentation going back to our patriot Philip O'Brien but it has been asked of me if it is possible to find a clearer photo of Cecilia O'Bryan's grave if possible. Or another document showing details of her marriage to Henry Jr. and her death. Would you by any chance have a clearer photo of her grave? Or any other records of her death? I hope these questions are o.k. - I am new to the genealogy community ; I do not know of the correct etiquette in question asking !
Thank you so much if you can give me any direction and help :) Also - how are you and I related -!!?? It has been so wonderful meeting relations through my collecting of documents for the DAR; my favorite part of the search!
Thank you again Janice
Warm Regards,
Hepzibah Tuireann.

Added by Hepzibah O'Bryan Herriott on Mar 31, 2016 10:57 AM

Leon Barton
RE: Charles O'Neal # 30941122
You may use my photos and thank you for asking.

Added by Leon Barton on Mar 27, 2016 8:55 AM

RE: Alfred White # 11462977
that is a great website, I use it often.
Yes, of course, you have my permission to use the photos or other info you may need. Thank you it will make it much easier for those who are trying to locate their long lost relatives.
What a great project you are doing.
Good luck

Added by Oz on Mar 26, 2016 6:12 PM

Carolyn Lamberth Johnson
Sylvanus Griffin b. 1875
You mention on his memorial that he may have been the one who married someone named Nora, as shown on his WWI registration card. He was, indeed. Her name, I have found and a family member has verified, was Canora/Nora Dumas. You can find a death certificate on Family Search for her. Harris County, March 13, 1949. She is buried in the Angleton Cemetery. I just did an edit to connect the two of them on Find A Grave. I have still not found where he died or is buried. They had a child in 1924 and in the 1930 Galveston census, she is shown as a widow. So, have to assume he died between those two dates...

Added by Carolyn Lamberth Johnson on Mar 25, 2016 12:06 AM

Dolores J. Rush
Sure, as long as you use grandma's book as your source.

Added by Dolores J. Rush on Mar 11, 2016 9:36 PM

Richard Parker
RE: Photo



Added by Richard Parker on Mar 05, 2016 8:09 AM

Cameron Herrell
RE: Photos
There was a fire on old cemetery records back in the 1930s. Many women in the early 60s worked to restore a lot of records but not all were found. Recently there have been some memorial add ons to Oak Hill that were not listed in the updated books. I know, because back in 2013 I volunteered to photograph the whole cemetery and update their regular cemetery records. I have a copy of those records here and keep up Oak Hill monthly. Copies of all these things are even given to the Butler Public Library. A friend of mine, Stacey Hutton, head of the local Bates County Genealogical Club and helper at the library is working on each letter of the alphabet to compare the 1980 book that the Mormon ladies did in walking all of the cemeteries in Bates County to the records done by the DAR (Daughters of American Revolution) in 1960. He told me on Tuesday of this week that he will pass along quite a number of add ons I will have to do on I believe we have done the first 4 letters of the alphabet, so it will take some time. The sexton out at the cemetery has been there 26 years and I know him well. Back last November and December, Stacey & I probed the whole cemetery in looking for flat stones that got buried by sod and grass over the years and we found around 60 of them. There are a lot of people buried in Potters Field over the years and they didn't have any money for a stone or the survivors did not have money for a stone. Oak Hill was started in 1860. When I updated the Oak Hill cemetery books in 2013 out at the cemetery office, I had added quite a number of names to that book -- most because there was a stone for them but because of the burnt records, the cemetery ladies did not have the info immediately available to them.
There were a lot of Smiths that came to this county and not all of them were related to one another. It's a common name like Jones, Johnson, Cox, etc.

Added by Cameron Herrell on Mar 04, 2016 8:35 PM

Cameron Herrell
RE: Photos
That will be fine with me. Thanks for contacting.
I like families being able to have head stone photos for their genealogy family history book. Today's digital cameras sure help in getting pictures and posting faster. I primarily work in Bates County, MO, am retired, and do this for a hobby. At least I am not having to pay to develop the film. When I first started on my own family tree back in 1994, it was very costly to buy film and have it developed, not to mention all of the gas expense. Being retired and having cheaper gas sure helps.
Have fun with your family project.
Cameron Herrell

Added by Cameron Herrell on Mar 04, 2016 5:39 PM

William O'Bryan
Forest Lawn/Glendale, CA I posted a photo that shows his unmarked grave next to Mary. James

Added by Romper90069 on Feb 27, 2016 7:32 PM

Jack Parker
RE: Caroline Boynton
Sun has moved far enough north that there was nice light on the obelisk this afternoon. I've updated the photo for Caroline #15682263


Added by Jack Parker on Feb 20, 2016 1:56 PM

Donna McPherson
Langdon Witt
Mine was first, so I will let Findagrave know of the duplicate.

Added by Donna McPherson on Feb 16, 2016 4:05 AM

Donna McPherson
Susannah Witt
No I will not delete mine it was there first. If she is your family I will transfer, but mine was there first.

Added by Donna McPherson on Feb 16, 2016 4:02 AM

Janice Peay
Slack photos

I've added the photos, but there is a problem with tagging and adding a title to the photos. I contacted support, they are working on it. I'll try to remember to go back to it tomorrow.


Added by Janice Peay on Jan 22, 2016 4:23 PM


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