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K Guy (#46886706)
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John E Fligor
Thank you for this photo. Where can I find more information about John? There is another John E Fligor who died in 1844. I'm looking for my great-grandfather.

Added by MIAsearch on Feb 16, 2014 7:11 PM

John R. Hunter
John Feeney Hunter# 18935684
Son: # 36074522

Added by John R. Hunter on Jan 26, 2014 7:30 PM

John R. Hunter
Transfer
I was wondering if you could transfer John Feeney Hunter # 18935684 to me. He was my Great Grandfather and I would like to put in some links.
Regards - John Hunter

Added by John R. Hunter on Jan 09, 2014 3:59 PM

francis keenan
James Keenan, Baseball Player
The above, Spring Grove Cemetery, Cincinnati, OH. Your bio for him has birth year of 1858. Best census accounts suggest birth year 1856. Can you provide source of info for the baseball bio you submitted for him at Spring Grove Cem. website? Am tracing his ancestry for a descendant. Census data often erroneous respecting birth years.

Also, James Keenan (1858-12929)was likely a son of James Keenan, b. 1820, Ireland. I think the father may have been a Civil War soldier for the Union but have not yet identified him.

Thanks,

Francis Keenan, Ph.D.
Emeritus Prof.

PS: Thank you for the work you are doing on both the Civil War and the Find A Grave fronts.

Added by francis keenan on Jan 04, 2014 8:09 AM

Cincinnati Spring Grove Volunteer Admin
John Ludlow
Find A Grave Memorial# 17949702 yours
Find A Grave Memorial# 14075219 Karen Thompson

Hi
we have duplicates

Could the two of you get together and decide who will merge with whom?

thanks
Patti Jacko
volunteer Admin
findagrave.com
Spring Grove Cemetery
Cincinnati, Ohio

Added by Cincinnati Spring Grove V... on Dec 13, 2013 6:41 PM

Dianne
RE: Ephraim Tanner Cemetery
Thank you!

Added by Dianne on Dec 13, 2013 9:58 AM

James (Jim) F. Kelly
RE: photo at Wesleyan
Thank you.

Added by James (Jim) F. Kelly on Dec 12, 2013 8:16 PM

Dianne
Ephraim Tanner Cemetery
Do you possibly have a close up photo that can be added so that all the names on the main memorial can be read? Thanks for all your contributions on Findagrave - you do great work!

Added by Dianne on Nov 27, 2013 9:47 AM

Suzy Bee
transfer
I would appreciate the transfer of memorial 21642295 for William Strunk - he is my great grandfather. And thanks for the nice biography you provided for him. Susan

Added by Suzy Bee on Nov 19, 2013 1:29 PM

Juvanne Martin
Alexander and Mary Martin
Do you happen to be related to either Alexander or Mary Martin?

Juvanne Martin
President of the Idaho Genealogical Society
208-461-8866

Added by Juvanne Martin on Nov 12, 2013 9:17 PM

RememberThem
William Henry Whitney
Thank you very, very much for this transfer.
(been researching this family many years)

Thank you for your dedication.
Richard

Added by RememberThem on Nov 04, 2013 3:59 PM

Cincinnati Spring Grove Volunteer Admin
Alexander Engle

Hi
Gotta problem. We have a duplicate.

Yours Find A Grave Memorial# 18807052
Jackson goodhue Sep 24, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 117571491

I've already contacted him. He is a relative , engle is his great uncle. Could you two agree to merge these records?

Pj

Added by Cincinnati Spring Grove V... on Oct 24, 2013 7:37 PM

Jan Pranger
RE: Methodist Grounds
Thank you! This is helpful.

Jan

Added by Jan Pranger on Oct 11, 2013 5:20 AM

Constance Bruns
Philander Bailey Pvt
Thank you so much for put up this memorial.
We have been searching for years! Realized that our information complemented your information, and have now put the two together. This is Philander Bailey, son of Thomas Jefferson Bailey and his first wife, Mary Jones Bailey. Phil was born in Cattaraugus County, NY, in 1835. We have no records of him getting married, and until now, nothing to indicate where and how he had died. God bless you, please feel free to update the info/bio.

Added by Constance Bruns on Oct 07, 2013 6:59 PM

Jan Pranger
Methodist Grounds
Thank you for the information on the James Lyon memorial. I'm trying to track down the graves of his 2nd and 3rd wives, Mary Hamel Lyon and Mary (maiden name unknown) Williams Lyon.

I see that several Lyon graves were moved in 1867 from the "Methodist Grounds." Would this be the Wesleyan Cemetery in Cincinnati?

Many thanks,

Jan Pranger

Added by Jan Pranger on Sep 01, 2013 12:11 PM

Cincinnati Spring Grove Volunteer Admin
Jacob Strader
Hi.
could you remove your photo from Find A Grave Memorial# 20916243? It is incorrect. That is Jacob Strader Jr not Sr.

thanks so much.
pj

Added by Cincinnati Spring Grove V... on Aug 25, 2013 5:35 PM

Spicy Guppy
Permission to use bios
Dear K Guy,

May I use your bios from two gentlemen's memorials and may I cite you as the author?

Spicy

Added by Spicy Guppy on Jul 23, 2013 11:25 AM

Susan Smith
White Oak Christian
I found note that this cemetery was established in 1848

Added by Susan Smith on Jun 15, 2013 11:37 AM

Susan Smith
Dunlap Station Cemetery
According to a book at the Colerain Historical Museum
"Dunlap Station Cemetery, located on East Miami River Road near the Southwestern Ohio Waterworks pumping station, is probably the oldest in the area. It is assumed that the earliest burials took place beginning about 1791 of settlers living in the little fort who either died there or were killed by Indians. There are no stones to prove this, but it is located so close to where the fort is known to have been that it seems safe to believe this. The earliest stones are dated 1801. The Coleraine Historical Society holds a Memorial Service there each year to honor those soldiers and pioneers who lie there."
I find no record of Hedges cemetery at the historical museum

Added by Susan Smith on Jun 15, 2013 10:52 AM

Kathy
Hugo
Thank you so much for the transfer. The additional information was most helpful and I really am appreciative. Perhaps I can locate his military records now. Kathy

Added by Kathy on May 06, 2013 10:55 AM

Aaron Davis
RE: Adelbert White
Thanks.

Added by Aaron Davis on Apr 24, 2013 8:18 AM

Gwen Gieson
RE: John F. White
Serving in the Civil War, he died of a shoulder wound. I believe his body, & others, were moved to Camp Nelson National Cemetery in Nicholsville, KY. Due to the loss of military records, they were buried in an unmarked grave. I saw the records showing a few of the names with the same military unit as John F. He never married.
According to their son, John Fairfield White's war records, Moses & Olive were poor farmers living on a scarce income to the point of charity. The family moved from Maine in 1850 and settled in Mercer Co, IL. John F. White, son of Jefferson White, stated that they lived 1 mile east of Aledo, IL. on a place known as the Graham Farm. They lived there until after the war. It seems that they moved around a great deal trying to make some kind of living & had a hard time doing so. John Fairfield sent money home to help support his parents. In February 1872, they moved to Siam, Taylor Co, IA; In Jun 1879, moved to Maple City, Cowley Co, KS; In Feb.1882, moved to Ami, Jewel Co, KS; In Oct.1883, moved to Maryville, Nodaway Co, MO; In Sep. 1884, moved to Bedford, IA; In May 1885, moved to Mercer Co, IL to live with relatives; On 9 Apr. 1886, returned to Bedford, Jackson Twp, Taylor Co, IA to live with their daughter Abigail & her family.
John Fairfield White was born 26 Dec 1839 in Belgrade, Kennebec, Maine and died 2 May 1862 OH.
He had a brother who was killed at Kenasaw Mountain and died in Resaca, Georgia; a brother, Moses Jr. is buried in Chattanooga, Tennessee National Cemetery; a brother who survived the Civil War; a brother who served in the Civil War and died in Minnesota, a brother who served. This only left one son at home.
John's father, Moses was given money to go to Ohio before John died and never saw any of his sons again. It was no wonder that Moses and Olive were so poor that they had to live the rest of their lives with one of their 2 daughters.
John deserves to be home again, thank you K. Guy for putting John back with his parents.

Gwen Gieson

Added by Gwen Gieson on Apr 23, 2013 6:55 PM

Robert Leedom
RE: Magdalena Gerber
y Pleasure!!

Added by Robert Leedom on Apr 23, 2013 6:37 PM

Grandma Patti
Allen Wright
Hello,

Thanks so very much for the transfer of Allen T Wright. I've already started making his links. Have a great April! Grandma Patti

Added by Grandma Patti on Apr 07, 2013 12:55 PM

Gone But Not Forgotten
RE: Wolcott
Thany you. Gor all your help.

Added by Gone But Not Forgotten on Mar 30, 2013 6:58 PM

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