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Cindy C. (#47066494)
 member for 5 years, 11 months, 25 days
Pat Hall
Permelia's children
Warner Rogers b. 4 Jan 1793 d. 5 Apr 1852 is the oldest son of Joseph and Permelia and my ancestor. Can he be added to this memorial? Warner is buried in Peoli Cemetery, Washington Twp., Tuscarawas Co., OH

Added by Pat Hall on Dec 15, 2012 2:59 PM

Janice Lapp
James L. & Harriet Burt Rogers
James & Harriet should be listed as in the Baptist Church Cemetery in West Lafayette, Ohio.

There is no just West Lafayette Cem. & that is being corrected. I live here & am checking my cemetery book to see where the people are buried in one of our many cemeteries. The biggest is the Fairfield Cem. just out the road from me.

The Baptist Church Cemetery is right here is the village, too.

Jan in W.L., Ohio

Added by Janice Lapp on Nov 14, 2012 2:03 PM

69995086 Vernola Schuyler
You can link to father 95582350 and mother 95582414. Thanks!

Added by hgs205 on Oct 20, 2012 5:18 AM

Linda Berney
Reece link
Sorry about that! I was so excited to find his sister, I had a "senior moment." Thanks for catching that.

Added by Linda Berney on Oct 15, 2012 1:24 PM

Debe Clark
I transferred Charles and Lulu to you- If there are other Rice memorial pages I have added that are of your family, let me know. Happy to let you have them.

Added by Debe Clark on Oct 02, 2012 6:42 PM

SA Baxter
Re: Lindsay Transfers
Thanks for the transfers of my grandparents.

Added by SA Baxter on Sep 15, 2012 11:29 AM

Pat Boyd
Memorial Changes

Thank you for adding information to the Finly and Martha Leas memorials.


Added by Pat Boyd on Aug 17, 2012 9:45 AM

Pat Boyd
Jane Leas
Thank you for adding the death information to the Jane Leas memorial. What a great way to honor a relative and share her personality.


Added by Pat Boyd on Jul 14, 2012 6:35 PM

Pat Boyd
Memorial Changes

Thank you for connecting George Leas to his father and mother. Find A Grave is a great community of family researchers and your contribution has helped me bring family together.


Added by Pat Boyd on Jul 14, 2012 5:15 AM

David Brower
Elva Anna Brower Gordon
I noted a few years back you created a Memorial
for Elva Anna Brower Gordon in Feed Spring Cemetery,
Harrison,Ohio. Her Memorial # is 43396472.
I recently requested a photograph of my Cousin grave
site from Find A Grave. I received notice yesterday the grave
marker couldn't be found. Can you advise where the
site is located or do you by chance have a picture
of Elva gravesite in Feed Spring Cemetery.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.My Find A Grave
contributor # is 47214782.

Thank You,

David Brower

Added by David Brower on Jun 25, 2012 10:39 AM

Charles Worthy Porter
Please add this obit to Charles memorial and I will delete my duplicate.
Funeral services were held in Ovid, Idaho December 28, 1939 for Charles Worthy Porter, who passed peacefully into eternity early December 25, Christmas morning, at his home, after a short siege of suffering from heart trouble and other complications.
Bp. Peterson of Ovid directed the services.
The opening and closing songs, "Beautiful Zion for Me" "Sometime We'll Understand" and "Oh My Father" were rendered by the choir, directed by Charles Sorenson, with Delma Sorenson as organist. The opening prayer was given by Elder F.M. Beck and Bp. E.D. Hymus of Lanark Idaho, gave the benediction.
The following speakers eulogized his character and life as follows:
Elder Swenson said that Brother Porter has helped him live a better life. He is thankful for acquaintances such as Bro and Sister Porter. The gospel teaches us of a just God.
W. W. Clark of Georgetown spoke of his many years of acquaintance with Bro and Sister Porter. He said one hundred and ten years ago, a few miles west of Chicago, Sanford Porter, great-grandfather of Charles had been baptized into the church. Being a relative of his Bro Clark said that though the marriage of his brother Hyrum to Bro. Charles' sister Eliza he had become well acquainted and found Charles to be humble, conscious of his many weaknesses considerate of the poor. He is rich in the experiences of life and ready to go as he understood the philosophy of life.
President Silas S. Wright of Bennington, president of the Montpelier Stake, said Bro Porter was true to friendships when once they were made. It is a fine thing to live among people who have weaknesses; we should exercise more charity for one another. He died with a strong testimony of the gospel. President Wright also bore a strong testimony of the truthfulness of the gospel.
The closing remarks were made by Bp, Peterson.
If there is anything that brings us close to our Heavenly father, it is death. The Gospel comforts our souls in time of trial. Today we are laying away one more of the sturdy pioneers. Do we appreciate the modern conveniences we have that have been given us by the efforts of such men?
Special musical numbers were:
Solo "I Know That My Redeemer Lives" by Chas Sorenson accompanied by Delma Sorenson.
Solo "Face to Fact" by F.M. Williams, with Della Einsinger at the piano.
Solo "Going Home" by his grandson, T. Guathel Allred, accompanied by his mother Mrs Theras O. Allred.
Pall Bearers were: Horance Porter, Angus Porter, Joseph Beck, Lee Beck, Theras O. Allred and A. P. Clark.
The flowers were beautiful.
He was laid to rest beside his oldest child Leroy and two daughters, Jennie beck and Ora Porter.
Charles Worthy Porter, son of Alma Porter and Minerva Darel, was born at Porterville, Utah Dec 17, 1867. He was married to Rheuamah Walton August 24, 1887 in the Logan Temple, and to this union were born twelve children, seven of whom have passed away, so this is eight time in her life Sister Porter has been called upon to lay away a loved one. Two years after their marriage they moved to Star Valley in the fall of 1889, and in 1895 he was made the bishop of the Fairview ward, which position he held for eight years. During that time the old meeting house was built, which stood until 3 years ago.
He moved away from Star Valley in the fall of 1918 to Bear Lake, and then to Cokeville, where he served as Presiding Elder over the Cokeville branch from 1921 to 1927, when he moved to Ovid, where he has lived since. He spent the winter of 1932-33 working for the dead in the Logan Temple.

Porter, Charles Worthy (4 Jan 1940)Star Valley Independent

Added by Carol STEVENS on Jun 14, 2012 1:23 PM

DK Paddock
Eldon Paddock
Thank you for the Transfer of Eldon Paddock

Added by DK Paddock on Jun 12, 2012 12:59 PM

DK Paddock
Roland Marshall Paddock
Thank you for the transfer of Roland Marshall Paddock

Added by DK Paddock on Jun 12, 2012 4:35 AM

DK Paddock
Nathan Allen Paddock
Thank you for the transfer of Nathan Allen Paddock

Added by DK Paddock on Jun 11, 2012 4:15 PM

Julie Doty
Hi Cindy, Thank you. Correction made. Kind regards, Julie

Added by Julie Doty on Jun 04, 2012 10:07 AM

Betty Jo Tindle
Re: Willis Hardy Wells
I went to the Donald J. Ruhl cemetery in Greybull today to try to find Willis Hardy Wells, listed on findagrave. In Greybull he IS listed in the directory, however I could find no headstone. Out of curiosity I "googled" his name and this site came up:

He is listed there too, no plot however.

I noticed you are one of the contributors of the site and was wondering if you could clarify where he is buried?!?!? I am trying to find it for a member. Thanks so much!


Added by Betty Jo Tindle on Mar 26, 2012 2:07 AM

Carol Cozz/Tberry
Cozzens in Byron's cemetery
Cindy - THANK YOU for all you do in posting grave sites to find-a-grave! I am from the John/Sarah - Joe/Bertha Cozzens, Beula/Francis Cozzens line and do our family history. Are you from the cozzens line? Just discovered FG and thrilled to add info I have (focusing on Powell cemetery/relations for now). It was good to find Sarah/John at Byron so I could link them to Joe/Bertha in Powell.
Carol Cozzens/Thornberry

Added by Carol Cozz/Tberry on Feb 14, 2012 5:03 PM

John Blain Farmer
Thank you do much Cindy, for adding the updates. We really appreciate also the article you posted on his memorial concerning the farm accident. We weren't aware of it and will add it to our genealogy.

Blessings to you~

Added by AnnieDuckettHundley on Feb 07, 2012 8:54 PM

Barbara Sheppard
RE: Grandview Cemetery
I might be able to get birthdates from the historical societys records it they were from carroll county. Let me know if you want me to try.

Added by Barbara Sheppard on Dec 30, 2011 10:02 AM

Patricia Gilliland Devoti
Thank you for posting the photos of Doris & Harry Merrill in Byron Cemetery Wyoming. Long way from Missouri!
Appreciate having them
Patricia Devoti
Wildwood Missouri

Added by Patricia Gilliland Devoti on Oct 23, 2011 11:03 AM

William D Lee
Are you related to the Lee family?

Added by knp212 on Sep 06, 2011 12:48 PM

RE: William Harvey Vickers
Cindy, I don't think he is a direct line. He is out of town at the moment. I'll send you some info for the memorial and when he gets back
I'll find out just how they are related. Thank You for messageing me back. Joanne

Added by Joanne on Aug 17, 2011 9:56 PM

William Harvey Vickers
Cindy are you related to William and/or his wife?
They are my husbands family. Would you be willing to transfer? If yea or nay please let me know. Thank You Joanne

Added by Joanne on Aug 16, 2011 11:20 PM

I have made memorials for Mary Hall Donahoo #71324353 and her husband William Shannon Donahoo #71324494 could you please connect them to their daughter Laura Vickers. My husband is related to all of them and he says their are three more children. Thank You. Joanne

Added by Joanne on Jun 13, 2011 9:10 PM

Clint Booth
Cornelius Evans
Do you have any other info on Cornelius Evans?


Added by Clint Booth on May 11, 2011 12:47 PM


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