|Coleen Bontrager||Mortimer, Emma, George & Louie Perry|
Would you mind if I copy the photo of the gravestone you took of these ancestor of mine at the Maplewood Cemet4ry of Toledo, Ohio.
Mortimer's sister, Mary Perry (both originally of Alden, NY) married my great-great grandfather, Foster B. Kidder.
I would like to copy this stone onto the Kidder-Bontrager Family Tree on ancestry.com
Interesting to see that Mortimer went to Ohio. I wonder why. We'll probably never know.
Added by Coleen Bontrager on Nov 15, 2014 2:21 PM
|Dutch||Amelia Haller 38580458|
I checked my tree and have records about Amelia Haller. She is first wife of George Haller & they had 3 children. He remarried Louisa Claus from Auglaize County, and they had 3 children also.
1877 – 1877
Frederick John Haller
1878 – 1941
George W Haller
1881 – 1965
Amelia's Maiden Name: Robison
1889 – 1890
Albert Theadore Haller
1891 – 1954
1895 – 1898
Louisa's Maiden Name: Claus
Added by Dutch on Aug 20, 2014 10:39 PM
|Dr. Cynthia Mahaffey||Could you add your photo of the broadway stone|
on 6644258 to Jennie 130100168 and Phillie 6644268? thank you
Added by Dr. Cynthia Mahaffey on Jul 07, 2014 8:27 AM
|Bonnie Jones||Earl Charles Bainbridge|
I add 2 pictures to his memorial. I found these pictures over 10 years ago. Been trying to find their rightful home. I am hoping the family of Thomas, Earl or Tommy will see them. Thanks for the great job you do in helping remembering the ones that has passed.
Added by Bonnie Jones on Jun 19, 2014 6:51 AM
|Kay Harrison||HAZEL DAVIS memorial|
Are you related to this Hazel Davis? If so, I'd be glad to transfer the memorial page I posted for her.
Added by Kay Harrison on May 02, 2014 1:44 PM
|Dawn C||RE: Donald Helvie|
Yes i would love info on this
Added by Dawn C on Apr 20, 2014 8:02 PM
Is there a way to get a close up picture of the markers, to actually view the person's name? I am curious about William Lichoff, I suspect he is a distant relative of ours as there are only about 25 people in the country with our last name.
Added by Colicky on Mar 25, 2014 1:00 AM
|WordenS||John and Johanna Bryer|
Could you link Johanna Bryer to her husband John Bryer?
His memorial number is #30482810
Added by WordenS on Mar 13, 2014 7:44 AM
|deb ||thomas e. melia|
Thomas would be a great great uncle to me feel free to contact me.
Added by deb on Jan 07, 2014 9:18 AM
|Cathy||Milmine headstones in Woodlawn cemetery, Toledo, OH|
Could you please link Rachel (Milmine) Ward #27844939 to her parents:
Alfred Milmine #51204625
Mary B. Milmine #51204556
Rachel was born June 23, 1876 in Grand Rapids, Kent, MI
She died July 17, 1939 in Toledo, Lucas, OH
She married Alfred Ward on June 25, 1897 in Lucas county, OH
I noticed on your memorial you show 4 other Milmine headstones, but I don't think they have memorials:
Father Alexander Milmine
Mother Elizabeth Milmine
Alexander & Elizabeth were parents of Alfred.
Henry is probably Alfred's brother, since his wife was Carrie.
I'd be happy to create these memorials or provide information, if they are buried in Woodlawn cemetery.
Added by Cathy on Jun 23, 2013 2:30 PM
|Sue Engelhardt Snodgrass||Mary Wolf #27808447|
Would you please add her maiden name 'Saucerman' and middle name was Elizabeth; and connect her husband,#27808453. Thank you
Added by Sue Engelhardt Snodgrass on May 09, 2013 7:34 PM
|Debi & Scott Morris||Picture usage|
Greetings and Thank you for the wonderful job you are doing both in Toledo & here on Find A Grave. You are right, we need to remember those that have gone on before and not let them be forgotten. I am asking for permission to use the picture you have posted for Sarah Ann Gault (#28332144), and any others that are of family members in my tree, in my personal family tree file. I will note that these pictures are from: Find A Grave Contributor: GenBug (#47003739), not only to give you your justified credit for the picture, but that others may hear of the wonderful work you have done.
Thank you again for your time & effort.
Added by Debi & Scott Morris on Mar 22, 2013 11:53 AM
|Melvin & Hildie||RE: Henry Avers|
Not related to Avers. We will transfer..
Added by Melvin & Hildie on Mar 08, 2013 9:40 AM
|Michael Hague||Savilla Pennell|
Thanks for creating the memorial for Savilla Pennell, my Great Grandmother...
Great Bio story...
Added by Michael Hague on Nov 14, 2012 12:27 AM
for doing George Grames SAC-feel better soon!
Added by TheBlueJar on Oct 04, 2012 1:58 PM
GenBug doesn't seem to answer email or messages to edit memorials. I've sent at least four, the fist time in May, the last more than a month ago. Your efforts seemed honorable but you now seem to have lost interest.
Added by BPHTOL on Sep 22, 2012 6:33 PM
I live less than a mile away and finally stopped to read the signs. I'm fascinated with this and want to be involved. I grew up S. Detroit and Glendale and have memories of patients walking away from the state hospital down my street. My Grandma was placed there for a short time due to Dementia.
I want to help identify these markers and help families find their loved ones.
I did send an email thru the website. Hope to help soon.
Added by Irishgirl on May 23, 2012 5:29 PM
|Judy Peterson||Mary Ellen Jelley|
Thanks for all the information that you found for Mary Ellen Jelley. She was the sister-in-law to my great aunt, Elanor Porter Cratty. I always wondered what happened to her.
Judy Johnson Peterson
Added by Judy Peterson on Apr 29, 2012 5:03 PM
|SC22||Margaret Chapman Burton|
She is my husband's 3rd Great Grandmother also. I posted a photo of her tombstone, it is one of the few left that is still readable.
I also posted her son James M., his wife Margaret Sigman, their son James F. and their daughter Katherine Burton Taylor Stewart. They are all buried at Northwood. Katherine (I think it is actually spelled 'Catherine') was my husband's 2nd
Greatgrandmother. She had a daughter, Alta, her had a daughter, Ruth, and then my husbands mother, also named Alta.
Added by SC22 on Mar 22, 2012 3:27 PM
|pamela burdue||George Grames|
I think you had a photo request for this person here is a web site for you to go to and get info
there is only numbers at this cemetery but this site should be a big help to you
Added by pamela burdue on Mar 02, 2012 4:59 PM
|Tony & Cindy Lloyd||Noe's in Pittsburgh|
I am not a relative, but I did add a lot of memorials for that cemetery.
Added by Tony & Cindy Lloyd on Apr 08, 2011 5:53 AM
|Jim Ottmer||David and Emily Camp|
Thank you so much for your thoughtfulness to transfer these memorials to me. As a son of a Camp, I will take good care and make them feel at home. I appreciate your making the memorials. On behalf of all the Camps, thanks you so very much!!!
Added by Jim Ottmer on Feb 03, 2011 10:52 AM
|Carleen Franklin||Sibby Riley|
Thanks Bonnie and Kelly for your thoughts at Great Grandmother Riley's site.
Added by Carleen Franklin on Oct 03, 2010 11:42 AM
|Phyl||Philo and Jemima Scovill|
I love your bio about the numbers on the stones and the Hippa rights. Good grief. Anyway I wanted to know if I may use your photos of their headstone on my genealogy website. I would give you credit.
Added by Phyl on Aug 09, 2010 10:19 AM
|DUVCW||RE: Jacob Frank Beeler son of George and Mary|
I have a Jacob Francis Beeler in my tree. But he was born May 4, 1868 and died Feb 17, 1882. He is the son of Henry & Rachel (Bowsher) Beeler. He is buried in St Matthews Cemetery in Cridersville, Ohio.
It's a great service that you are undertaking. Keep up the good work and good luck.
Added by DUVCW on Aug 02, 2010 10:27 PM