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John Page

More than happy to transfer Phillip and Samantha back to you. I did not know I had the wrong spelling of Hiestand.

Clearwater, Fl.

Added by John Page on Aug 10, 2010 7:32 AM

Tammy Jones-Ashley
RE: #14178136 Bill Lee Mullins
Thank you very much Vicki for the help. Got it all taken care of .

Added by Tammy Jones-Ashley on Aug 10, 2010 6:04 AM

Tammy Jones-Ashley
RE: #14178136 Bill Lee Mullins
Hi Vicki , is there a Wester Cem in S.Webster ,Oh ? And is that Dark Co as well ?

Added by Tammy Jones-Ashley on Aug 08, 2010 7:27 PM

William Harrison
RE: #24903557 David Winterrowd

Make that "JOAN Shoffner". Sorry.
In searching further, I do find a William N. Winterrowd, b. c1846 in OH, which might fit as the father of your David. I have very little on him other than he is the son of David Winterrowd (1811-1888)I mentioned previously. William N. was found as a 4 yr old in the 1850 Census of Granville, Mercer Co, OH, and 14 in the 1860 Census. William's mother was Sarah Jane Murphy (1813-1870). David & Sarah m. Aug 23, 1834 in Warren Co, OH.
If this turns out to be of interest to you, I have much more on the Schnorf family.

Bill Harrison, Admin.
Schnorf Family List on RootsWeb

Added by William Harrison on Jul 20, 2010 10:13 PM

RE: Transferring graves
No problem. If you spot anything else that you want or have some info on, please let me know.

Added by tut on Jul 14, 2010 9:27 PM

David Alsup
James Fisher
We notice you have quite a bit of information
on James Fisher who died in 1852 in Lawrenceville, IL.
We are trying to find where he was born in Virginia.
We know the data is correct, as it is in our family records.
However, yours is EXACT.
Can you tell us your source, and,,, do have any additional data?

Added by David Alsup on Jan 08, 2010 5:25 PM

Thank you for placing the pictures of the cemetery and the grave site of Pvt. WItteveen. It was very kind of you. God bless you. Have a happy Fourth of July.

Added by Wisteria on Jul 03, 2008 8:43 AM

George Burson and Family
Thanks for all your hard work in posting the
pictures of graves of the Winamac Cemetery!
It is a real treasure for families!
Would you want to add info I've found on
George Burson and his family?

Added by Lynne on May 23, 2008 9:45 AM

Danny Wilber
Thank you for the pictures you took.

Added by Danny Wilber on Apr 22, 2008 9:07 PM

Leigh Ann
Thank you for the stone picture of Robert Casey. Your time is greatly appreciated!

Added by Leigh Ann on Mar 31, 2008 9:50 PM

Ginny Sayre
Thanks a million!
So kind of you to take the time. The grave you photographed is of my great grandparents. I really, really appreciate it.

Added by Ginny Sayre on Mar 15, 2008 8:59 PM

Sheryll Alms Wright
Thank You!
Thank you very much for taking the three gravestone photos I requested. I didn't expect anyone to answer my request so soon, so it was a nice surprise. Thanks again; I appreciate your help!
Sheryll Jeffers

Added by Sheryll Alms Wright on Mar 15, 2008 8:35 PM


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