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Patti (#46796127)
 member for 9 years, 3 months, 17 days
Vicki Cannon and Julia Lewis
RE: Ermers @ Ebenezer?
I'll have to ask my daughter if she remembers. We were there taking photos, so All I know is that their tombstones are there. I believe that was the cemetery where some of the graves had been moved from another cemetery. I'll let you know if Julie remembers anything more.

Added by Vicki Cannon and Julia Le... on Sep 17, 2014 5:35 AM

Irishlady57
Hmmmmmm.......
Not to sound silly........ but am I missing something??????????.

I would LOVE to update the information...but I did not make the other memorials.
I only made Jemima's memorial.

Let me know if I misunderstood you....it's been a long day!

Added by Irishlady57 on Dec 26, 2013 11:28 AM

Dennis Healy
western-Engel
buried in plot is Charles infant 1 yr old d 2/6/1900 Elizabeth d 10/14/1902 no readable stones on plot

Added by Dennis Healy on Jan 29, 2013 3:05 PM

DBardes
Richard Schofield/Scofield
Patti- I added the links and info to his record. Then I transferred it over to you, as requested. I know of no closer relative. Thanks! Should you find that you know of any Hedges,Johnson, Willey, Lamb, Matson/Kay descendants of the Elias Hedges (d.1813), wife Eliz Gaston Hedges line, please advise or request links... I am trying to trace down to find the living persons (on other branches than mine) due to cemetery preservation issues. DBardes.

Added by DBardes on Dec 14, 2012 11:49 AM

Marvin & Samme Templin
RE: Anna Marie Powers
Richard Templin is Marvin's 1st cousin 4 times removed, which we have never found his death date or burial location. Thanks for the update.

Added by Marvin & Samme Templin on Dec 07, 2012 7:04 AM

Mike Porter
Alice Rybolt
Thanks for the info. I added it to her bio.
Mike

Added by Mike Porter on Dec 02, 2012 5:50 PM

Mike Porter
John Schofield
Thanks for the info. I linked John to his parents and then transferred his memorial to you. I am not related. I have been working with a few people trying to get all the burials in Decatur County listed on findagrave.
Good Luck
Mike

Added by Mike Porter on Dec 01, 2012 7:12 AM

DBardes
Civil War soldiers, Wm & John Benson
Thanks Patti! I have added the links to Wm and John Benson, but no entry exists for Caleb Scofield or for his daughter Eliza Scofield Benson. If you create two new entries for each of them and make links, etc, I will then add links to their mother. Also know that years ago, a Hannah Benson, I think it was, was said to be the first wife or second wife, of my own, William Pool/Poole (at Bevis-Cedar Grove Cem with his wife Rebeckah Hardin Poole (2nd or 3rd wife, where my line descends from via son James also at Bevis); a Florida descendant, Anna Jean Smith, had hired a Colerain Twp researcher who determined this for her [but I was unable to discern how, why, etc. when I followed up]. Also know how much I appreciate all of your hard work years ago on Ebenezer Cemetery and always wondered if you finished a book or a memorial project for them- did it ever get concluded...

Added by DBardes on Nov 28, 2012 8:43 AM

Carol S
Ebenezer cemetery
Thanks for the extra info on Margaret Bolser's stone. It is a wonderful mission to find all the burials and list them. I wonder if the Oak Hills United Methodist Church (where the burial ground are) would have a list of burials. After all, its predecessor was the church many of the people were buried from.
The ones I added were from the Green Township Cemetery index that the Hamilton County Genealogical Society put out.

Some of the stones were also moved to Zion Hill Cemetery in Cleves. I have walked that one. I photographed about 80% of the stones that were at Zion a couple years ago. Some of the oldest markers were from Ebenezer Cemetery. So if you find any of them on that site, feel free to take the photos I took off them and put them on any memorials you add. I don't think the index from Zion Hill separates those from the burials. I do not recall for sure.

I hated to see that cemetery razed. I was in high school at the time.
The one that is about a mile or so from that cemetery. I kinda remember that some families may have taken their loved ones stones home with them. Not all were put elsewhere.

Added by Carol S on Nov 28, 2012 8:23 AM

 
 

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