|Harold Byrd||John Harrison|
This John is the same as this find a grave site. How do you know his birth and death date if there is no headstone? Thanks
Added by Harold Byrd on Mar 28, 2015 8:57 AM
|Harold Byrd||John Harrison|
Hi Laura In looking at the families that you are researching it seems we have some common linage in the Harrison Cravens etc. I have a question about John. I take it there is no headstone. How is it that you know the dates of birth and death? Are there other sources for these dates? If so would you be willing to share them with me? Thanks Carol
Added by Harold Byrd on Mar 26, 2015 11:01 AM
|Joella Borchelt||RE: Summit Cemetery|
Hi Laura, Thanks for your quick response. I do have a couple of questions. The same headstone is shown on findagrave for John, Samuel and Wealthy. It looks like a headstone for Wealthy. Can you shed any light on this? You also show an exact date of birth for John. That suggests to me that you had another source and didn't rely totally on the calculator. I'm going to make contact with the Whitley County Genealogy Society to see if I can proide me with a copy of the 1892 report on the cemetery and/or the 1960 reading. As for Loomis, do you have access to the two books written by Elias Loomis (history and then female branch) on the Loomis line. Great resources. Thanks again, Joella.
Added by Joella Borchelt on Mar 05, 2015 2:15 PM
|Joella Borchelt||Summit Cemetery|
WOW! Hi Laura, I couldn't believe it when I stumbled onto the work you did on Summit Cemetery. I've been working on John Jones and Myra Andrews Jones for years and never been able to get any good birth and death locations and/or dates. You gave me both for John and Samuel. Can't possibly thank you enough. I'm also working on the Loomis line, mostly Solomon. Let me know if you think I can be of any help. Also, can you tell me where you got exact dates. Were you able to read on the head stones or do you have another source? Thanks so much. Joella.
Added by Joella Borchelt on Mar 04, 2015 4:42 PM
|Kim Kerr||Emely Kerr|
Thanks for the transfer, and for your time and contributions!
Added by Kim Kerr on Feb 23, 2015 11:23 AM
|jodie hayes||Nance pic's|
Sorry this isn't a very good picture. There was about 2 feet of snow in the cemetery. Will try and get a better one when there is less snow.
Added by jodie hayes on Feb 06, 2015 7:25 AM
|Wayne Seibert||Elizabeth Loe|
When I uploaded the photo I noticed that the dates on the stone shared by John and Elizabeth Loe were different from the memorial that John is linked to. 1852-1921 was too drastic a difference (1844-1871) to be the right memorial. I removed it and tried to check with your photo request to notify you but it was gone. I checked with the sexton and there is not a recorded grave for an Elizabeth with those dates.
Added by Wayne Seibert on Sep 11, 2014 5:58 PM
|Rhonda Scott||RE: Loh|
You're very welcome. The Indiantown Gap National Cemetery very peaceful and serene and I was happy to get the photo you needed.
Added by Rhonda Scott on Sep 07, 2014 6:23 PM
I am the great great grandson of George W. Wolfe. My great grandfather was John wolfe (Born 1870) and my grandfather was Raymond Wolfe (born 1923). I have added several pictures from my study of the Wolfe's and have a lot of other information that I would like to share with you. My email is email@example.com.
Added by Richard Wolfe on Aug 13, 2014 7:18 PM
|Rose Rieske||Rowena Weeks|
I am Rowena's niece and have piked up her work from her husband last week. He wants it donated to the LDS family history library. Before I do that I've wanted to look through and see what I wanted copies of. I wanted to get with you since I know she has worked with you and others. I communicated with you a few years ago. My name is Rose Rieske my email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by Rose Rieske on Jun 12, 2014 10:21 PM
|Barbara Wolf||RE: Loe Pictures|
You're welcome. Hope you're having a great Memorial Day weekend!! Barb
Added by Barbara Wolf on May 25, 2014 9:04 PM
|Phyllis||RE: Mace Photo's|
Happy to take care of it for you.
Added by Phyllis on May 16, 2014 4:37 PM
|Cheryl (Theroux) Whitican||RE: John Lowe Find A Grave Memorial# 19678115|
Hi Laura - thanks for your question. This cemetery's transcriptions are in the Greene Room of the Greene County Library, Xenia, Greene Co., OH. Folck Cemetery was also known as Trollinger Cemetery. I have a copy of the transcriptions page which were surveyed in the 1960's by a group from Ohio Genealogical Society. They transcribed all stones found in the more than 93 Greene County cemeteries. This original listing was determined incomplete since many stones sunk below the surface. A volunteer using "Robinsons' History of Greene County" by George Robinson (one of the "bibles" of Greeene County family history), discovered an additional 13 more interments at Folck - including "John Lowe d.March 1847 age 72 y". I can email a copy of this page under separate cover if you send me your email address. Hope this helps!!
Added by Cheryl (Theroux) Whitican on Mar 24, 2014 8:53 AM
Got the email address ... will get back to you.
Added by Nunaluna on Mar 03, 2014 10:29 AM
Found the following Lowe graves listed, in addition to the ones you gave me ...
Kathryn Mae (Lowe) Laustalot 1885-1985 Masons
Mary B. 1898-1985
Elmer (Lowe) VanLindt 1915-68 WWII Sgt
Ella Mae 1890-1930 (shared marker)
Marion E. 1919-94 (shared marker) USMC
Lurline L. 1924-(no death date listed) USMCR
but no John. If any of these are of interest to you,let me know.
I will continue to see what I can find in re John.
This might be easier if you could trust me with an email address. Mine is email@example.com
Added by Nunaluna on Mar 03, 2014 9:32 AM
|Nunaluna||RE: Loe grave - Henley Hornbrook|
Will see what I can find and get back to you.
Added by Nunaluna on Mar 03, 2014 7:44 AM
|Nunaluna||Loe grave - Henley Hornbrook|
I sawhe request for a photo, but am unable to locate anything to guide me. Any additional information, such as source for death date and or cemetery, wuld be helpful. I'll do my best, but there is no Loe listed in the cemetery records.
Added by Nunaluna on Mar 02, 2014 10:58 AM
|Kim S.||RE: David Loe|
You are very welcome. Did you see I also added a picture for Caroline E. Loe also?
Added by Kim S. on Dec 01, 2013 3:06 PM
|Sylvia E. Wilkinson||Clifford/Clinton Strong Perrin|
Thank you for the transfer of Clinton Strong Perrin, really excited to add his information.
Thank you also for all of your work/memorials especially Summit Cemetery in Whitley County, Indiana. They won't be forgotten!
Added by Sylvia E. Wilkinson on Nov 19, 2013 7:36 AM
|Sylvia E. Wilkinson||Summit Cemetery|
I whole-heartedly agree with you. If it wasn't on private property, I would have tried to get a project going to restore some of that cemetery via the DNR and other entities. It's sad to see, a few that started this area are buried there and either never had stones or as you said are no longer there.
Added by Sylvia E. Wilkinson on Nov 01, 2013 6:24 AM
|Sylvia E. Wilkinson||Summit Cemetery, Whitley County, Indiana.|
I just wanted to send a hello and a thank you for providing memorials/pictures for the folks in Summit Cemetery, Whitley County. I am aware the cemetery is private but still running into other folks who do not. Glad to see the note about "located on private property."
We have purchased the Perrin/Maynard/Scheiber home and I am trying to gather as much information for the sake of history and for their continuing families. I have been doing genealogy research for well over 20 years as well.
Thanks much and many blessings,
Added by Sylvia E. Wilkinson on Oct 31, 2013 9:48 PM
|Dolores Norton||Elizabeth Snyder, Summit|
I am not able to see the pictures on this site
Added by Dolores Norton on Aug 25, 2013 8:42 PM
|Hoby||RE: Wolfe Photos|
Laura, your very welcome, glad to help.
Added by Hoby on Jun 13, 2013 1:52 PM
|Daniel Replogle||RE: Sarah Green|
Sparta. I wrote it on the caption under the photo. Did the request say Valley? If so, I did not read very closely. Dan
Added by Daniel Replogle on May 04, 2013 4:28 AM
|Genealogy Bug Kate||Barbara Loe|
Memorial updated. Would be happy to transfer if you are related.
Added by Genealogy Bug Kate on May 03, 2013 2:25 PM