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P Syx Hemmer (#46921467)
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Melissa Suits
Charity Taylor Caps/Capps
I am trying to determine if she is my lost Charity, I have been searching for for 15 years. Do you know who her parents were and was this your relative? Thank you!
melissacsuits@gmail.com.

Added by Melissa Suits on Jul 30, 2016 3:05 PM

Lawgal25
RE: Halter
Hello,

I finally tracked down my Evaline Halter, and she had married a Frank Halter late in life, in the late 60's or early 70's.

Added by Lawgal25 on Apr 30, 2016 12:08 PM

Mike Baker
RE: Bohen
You are welcome, I hope it helped. Mike

Bohen
Thank you so much - that is a great memorial isn't it..... appreciate your hel0p!!!
Penny

Added by Mike Baker on Feb 23, 2016 6:28 PM

Deena
RE: Kendrick
You're very welcome!

Added by Deena on Dec 12, 2015 10:12 AM

Kfred3375
RE: Morgan
You are very welcome, I live in McDonald Chapel and have many relatives buried in the cemetery.

Added by Kfred3375 on Oct 30, 2015 9:31 PM

Chris Painter
RE: stringer
Someone already created memorials for Blanche and Hattie, so I posted the photos to their memorials.

Added by Chris Painter on Oct 26, 2015 5:39 PM

Chris Painter
RE: J Stringer
All that stuff is at home...but right off the top of my head....Blanche...and....Fannie? I will post them when I get home from work this evening :)

Added by Chris Painter on Oct 26, 2015 10:47 AM

Chris Painter
RE: J Stringer
I also photographed the other two graves in this lot if you are interested.

Added by Chris Painter on Oct 25, 2015 9:00 PM

Fred Cook
RE: Keller
Very welcome. as you can see, this is one of the stones that has been knocked over. I tried to put it upright but was just too heavy to do.

Added by Fred Cook on Jul 25, 2015 11:22 AM

Linda Claxton
RE: Vinci
You're very welcome

Linda

Added by Linda Claxton on Jun 01, 2015 12:09 PM

Pam
RE: Quail
There are several Bell & Quail stone photos that were not on request list that I found & added.

Added by Pam on May 25, 2015 3:28 PM

cam1081
RE: Perry
I am new to this and claimed then added the picture. If I need to change this, please let me know!

Added by cam1081 on May 24, 2015 9:15 AM

Pam
RE: Faloon
I accidentally stumpled onto a place on the find a grave site that had requests for the stones I told you about and more on Faloon so I put the photos there. You will probably come across them if you have a link and search there. If not, I am only about 15 minutes fromthat cemetery. Good luck!

Added by Pam on May 22, 2015 7:16 AM

Pam
Faloon
I also found in Sec. 3 a stone for
Franklin Homer Faloon
July 1,1864 - Nov. 7, 1929

Added by Pam on May 21, 2015 4:49 PM

Pam
RE: Faloon
Haven`t been able to connect these to your Faloon name but are buried in same sections. If you can use photos let me know as I took them. I found:
William J. Faloon Son of S & R Faloon died April 10, 1873;

Josephine, Daughter of Wm & E.A. Faloon died Dec. 29, 1887, Age 24 years;

Charles W. Faloon 1873-1957 & his spouse,
Jean C. Faloon 1884-1961l

If you want photos of above people, let me know & I will send them. If thee is e mail address I can e mail them too that would be good. I could send them all in same e mail.

Glad I could be of help. Actually, my first grade teacher`s name was Alice Faloon (spouse Maurice Faloon) :-)

Added by Pam on May 21, 2015 4:27 PM

James Chandler
RE: De Vitis
My parents friends were Jim and Irene Runyon. My dad worked with Jim until his death of cancer in the '60s. They had Jim, John, Billy, and Cindy. Irene remarried and had Freddy.

Added by James Chandler on May 21, 2015 11:20 AM

James Chandler
RE: De Vitis
Penny
The DeVitis family ran a famous Italian market for years on Tallmadge Ave in Akron. I assume this is part of that family. Also a good friend of my parents married a DeVitis after her first husband passed. I didn't think about that connection until this morning while taking the pictures. She had a son by him.

Added by James Chandler on May 19, 2015 3:33 PM

James Chandler
RE: Faloon
I uploaded Earl's also. It is so easy using your phone to take pics and I send them to my email and then upload to Find A Grave.

Added by James Chandler on May 07, 2015 3:49 PM

James Chandler
RE: Faloon
Do you want Earl's marker pic as well?

Added by James Chandler on May 07, 2015 3:23 PM

James Chandler
Crown Hill Cem request
I have some relatives buried there and hope to get there before Memorial Day. Hope to fulfill that request also.

Added by James Chandler on May 07, 2015 1:33 PM

James Chandler
Earl Faloon
Penny

Also a marker for Earl F. Faloon, to the left of Leora. born 08 Dec 1914 died 23 Oct 1949. I took a picture of him also.

Added by James Chandler on May 07, 2015 1:29 PM

Mark Marchok
RE: John C Perrine
Yeah I guess it may be 2 separate people because I don't think that was this John's Wifes name. Yeah it would be interesting to hear what she says about the story. Thanks for your help. We are going to visit Braxton in June and we will go to that cemetery as well.

Added by Mark Marchok on Apr 29, 2015 5:24 AM

Mark Marchok
RE: John C Perinne
I found this in a book.


Early in the civil war , some federal soldiers who were camped at the churches at flatwoods , captured Campbell perrine , a man considerably advanced in years.
They brought him to their camp and then started him with a detail of soldiers to prison at Sutton. The squad brought him to the low gap at the head of Granny's creek and there told him to run. When he did so they shot him. The turnpike makes a bend and the old road went straight down the hill. He ran from the pike toward the old road and fell in the road. A detail of soldiers came and buried him in a shallow grave on the bank of the road at the root of a large poplar tree.
In a day or so Adam Gillespie made a coffin and he and some other citizens came and buried him in the hill field on the Linger farm.
Mr Perrine was a very harmless man, not strong minded but very ingenious. He could make clocks and almost any kind of machinery out of wood. Seldom occurs a more cruel or unjustifiable murder.


From history of Braxton county and central West Virginia

Added by Mark Marchok on Apr 27, 2015 7:39 PM

Michael
Marshall Morgan
Thank you for the information on the cemetery for Marshall Morgan. I did add one of the cemeteries. There was four McDonald's Cemeteries but since I didn't have the County, I put one of them in there.

Added by Michael on Apr 23, 2015 10:22 PM

James Chandler
Elizabeth Carrel
Penny, I want to get down to Noble County in the next month. I will try and remember to get your photo request. I am back in Ohio after my three years in South Carolina.

Added by James Chandler on Apr 21, 2015 10:40 AM

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