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Terry Glendening (#47094623)
 member for 5 years, 5 months, 10 days
These are the memorials. 109861806 109861443

Added by baack40 on Feb 04, 2014 5:15 AM

FYI in Fultonham Cemetery Ohio I posted pics of Shirley Jean and Robert T Tignor to your memorials. I also set up a memorial for their daughter Christy Jean. If related thought you might like to know. Will transfer if you like.

Added by baack40 on Feb 04, 2014 5:14 AM

Mr & Mrs
Z T Mayton
Thanks Terry.
Will do some checking on that date.

Added by Mr & Mrs on Apr 10, 2013 9:21 PM

Susie Hammond
Thank you!

Added by Beth on Dec 11, 2012 11:00 AM

B Bell
Bobby Barefoot
Hi, I saw you put up a memorial for Bobby Barefoot in Friendship Cemetery. Was he a relative? Opal was my great aunt and I'm looking for any family left in the Zanesville area.

Added by B Bell on Jul 17, 2012 2:09 PM

Judy Brasfield
Thank you so much Terry, for the tombstone photos.


Added by Judy Brasfield on Jul 05, 2012 12:42 AM

Robert Hill
Clara Mae Woodruff

I'm not sure how Clara is related to you, but I am trying to connect my family line. Naturally I can do this if they are transferred to me. Like you did with her husband my great grandfather William Mathis Hill. I certainly can then transfer it back, fi you would like, after I get them all hooked up. Thanks for your consideration.

Bob Hill


Added by Robert Hill on Apr 20, 2012 3:02 PM

David McInturff
Ralph L. McInturf
Thanks so much for the quick transfer. I appreciate that.

Added by David McInturff on Mar 21, 2012 8:29 AM

RE: Henrietta Jenkins Dodson
Springfield Chapel Cemetery has a whole row of stones that are unreadable, and a couple of stacks of stones that had been knocked down over the years. I was unable to find a stone for Henrietta when I went there.

Added by TRZVILLE on Feb 25, 2012 4:51 PM

Ronald Decker
Williams Family Cemetery, Ohio
This is a question about the Williams Family Cemetery, Muskingum County, Ohio, where you have created the only memorial listed in, that of William A. Flowers, #61985485. I have no interest in that person and make no corrections or transfer requests.

I have entered what I call the Ross-Lyman Family Cemetery, which is located in Muskingum County in the north part of Salem Township, north of the village of Adamsville, on Symmes Creek Road.
I have also entered three persons as buried there, including my third great-grandfather Lyman Crandall Ross, #80805708, and his wife. If you will look at that memorial, you will see haw I have written it up.

This cemetery has sometimes been referred to as the "Williams Cemetery". My question to you is: is this the same Williams Cemetery that you have entered in

Thank you for your help. Ronald Decker, Chicago

Added by Ronald Decker on Jan 19, 2012 12:43 PM

Old Sardis Cemetery Sign

I was glad to see the sign I made and placed at the cemetery still standing. I also sprayed weed killer all around the graves. I have been rather busy and had intentions of posting grave photos etc. Glad to see someone else has taken the initiative. I live in Texas and only get back that way once a year.


Added by ARBorn on Jan 02, 2012 6:06 PM

Nancy Davis
Hi Terry, It worked. Now we are "officially" friends.God Bless you, Nancy

Added by Nancy Davis on Nov 28, 2011 9:51 AM

Maud Dodson
Thank you for the info. This Glass family is very difficult to trace and we still have absolutely no idea what country they came from to the U.S. If you run across anyone who wants to research it, please let me know.

Added by CindyLee on Jul 20, 2011 9:27 AM

Maud J. Dodson Glass, # 48690838
Sorry, I don't have any photos of the Glass or Dodson family whatsoever. I do hope you find some eventually.

Added by CindyLee on Jul 19, 2011 8:45 AM

Robert Hill
William Mathias Hill #64027157

1. Are you related to my Great Grandfather Wm Hill?

2. If not would you consider transferring over his memorial site so that I can link the whole family?

3. If you want to keep it please link his parents so that the whole line can be seen?

Simon Hill # 41423932

Louvary Redman 41423951

Sorry about this - I put there memorials on before Find-a-grave had a program to link them and I'm trying to wade my way through all of them.

Hope that I have found a relative.


Bob Hill

Added by Robert Hill on Jun 17, 2011 7:43 AM

Brenda Sunday
RE: Betty Wetherell

Added by Brenda Sunday on May 19, 2011 6:26 AM

Brenda Sunday
Betty Wetherell
I am trying to fix the cemeteries in Morgan Co, Ohio. There are two Hopewell cemeteries and Betty Wetherell 36621473 is listed in the wrong one. Could you please move her to the Hopewell in Malta Twp? Thanks!

Added by Brenda Sunday on May 18, 2011 6:09 PM

Susan Mortensen
RE: Sarah Tanner Smith
Terry -
Just found your e-mail. I will send you a group sheet for Edward and Sarah Tanner. I am related to several families that lived in Muskingum County.
Thanks for your help -

Added by Susan Mortensen on Feb 21, 2011 8:45 PM

Susan Mortensen
RE: Sarah Tanner Smith

Edward Tanner and Sarah Brown had children:
John b. 1793 md. Elizabeth Burgess
James b. 1796 md. Delilah Simpson
Samuel b. 1801 md. (1) Susan Burgess
Mary "Polly" b. 1802 md. Philip Simpson
Sarah Jane b. 16 aug 1806 md. Thornton Burgess
Edward b. 1809 md. Elizabeth Ramey
Harriet b. 1810 md. Abram L. Brown
Rachel b. 1812 md. George Simpson
Keziah b. 1814 md. Sylvester D. Search
William Converse b. 1816 md. Eliza Ann Cook

I am presuming you have a group sheet for this family so I won't go into details. Sarah Jane Tanner b. 1806 was my great great grandmother.
She married (1) Thornton Burgess in 1823 in Muskingum Co. (2) Bedy Burgess - Thornton's brother in 1854 in Wyandot Co., Ohio and (3) James Bryan in 1858 in Warren Co., Iowa. She died in 1873 in Warren Co., Iowa.

The History of Warren Co., Iowa by Rev. W.C. Martin, D.D. published in 1908 has the following:
pg. 744 under the history for George Washington Burgess:
"George Washington Burgess, who was born in Hancock county, Ohio, October 5, 1836, his parents being Thornton and Sarah Tanner Burgess.
The maternal grandfather of our subject was Edward Tanner, who, when about seventeen year so age, was captured by the Indians and held as a prisoner by them for three and a half years, after which he was exchanged. It was his daughter Sarah who became the wife of Thornton Burgess."

The Burgess family histories also state (I would have to dig them out - I haven't looked at it at least 20 years - that three Burgess siblings married 3 Tanner siblings. Much of my information also came from Dorothy Tunis who did a lot of research in Muskingum Co. in the 1970's and 1980's. She was also related to the Burgesses and Tanners.

I have always had in my records that your Sarah was the daughter of Samuel Tanner and Susan Burgess, Susan being a sister to Thornton. Sarah Brown Tanner would have been in her mid 40's when your Sarah was born - not impossible, but she had several children after Sarah. Samuel Tanner was the son of Edward Tanner and Sarah Brown, so you would just pick up the Burgess family - which is a great line!

I wanted to mention that I appreciate all of you who have taken the take time and photos for "Find a Grave" - I just love this site - it has been so helpful.

Added by Susan Mortensen on Feb 19, 2011 8:08 PM

Susan Mortensen
Sarah Tanner Smith
Sarah Tanner Smith was the daughter of Samuel Tanner and Susan Burgess, not Edward Tanner and Sarah Brown. Edward and Sarah's daughter Sarah Jane Tanner married Thornton Burgess and eventually moved to Iowa where she died.

Added by Susan Mortensen on Feb 19, 2011 3:10 PM

RE: Jacob Cherry & Roberts Cemeteries
Hi Terry:
I am anxious to find out if you got there okay. How did it go?

Added by Dianne on Aug 21, 2010 2:58 PM

Jacob Cherry & Roberts Cemeteries
Hi Terry:
You might be interested in reading the Jacob Cemetery updates on my profile page. I'm still a-lookin'!

Added by Dianne on Aug 13, 2010 11:21 PM

Jacob Cherry Cemetery
oops... I meant to type:
"JACOB / Jacob Cherry / Roberts" Cemetery

Added by Dianne on Jul 31, 2010 8:12 PM

Jacob Cherry Cemetery
Hi Terry,
Thanks for the information regarding the Jacob Cherry Cemetery. I did a lookup on Jeff Jenkins' body shop in Fultonham = 4960 Rucker Road, Fultonham, phone 740-849-2416. I had previously marked my map for the Roberts Cemetery on Rucker Road. I located a topographical map of the area online and found the exact location. Then I went to and typed in "Rucker Road, Fultonham, Ohio" and followed the road north to the sharp curve left and the next one to the right. The cemetery appears to be in a grove of trees across the road from the pole barn on the left. appears to me from looking at the 17 listings here at Find A Grave, this is the "Cherry / Jacob Cherry / Roberts" Cemetery. Do you agree?

FYI- I too have FLOWERS in my family tree; my great-great grandmother was Mary Elizabeth Flowers b.1825 MD, d.1895 Belmont Co., OH / dau. of John Flowers (stated as foreign born, Sweden) / Mary Elizabeth Flowers m.19 Oct 1843 Belmont Co., OH, John Cox Stubbs (b.Dec 1822, d.23 Aug 1904). I have never been able to get any further on my Flowers line. As I recall, my research never resulted in John Flowers being in Belmont County.

I live on the northern outskirts of Zanesville, but on a cooler day I will try to get down to Fultonham. I have congestive heart failure and have a hard time getting out and about. Rest assured, if I can get someone to go with me, I will photograph everything possible in the cemetery.

Added by Dianne on Jul 31, 2010 8:10 PM

pam beach
RE: McInturfs
Hi Terry.....I'm off the McInturf branch that moved to Nebraska. We're from Daniel McInturf's son Linley 1871-1954. I'm slowly piecing together the Ohio McInturfs. I have met a lot of helpful people along the way helping with the search. I would also like to share info. I do have a facebook, relatively new to it....but am getting addicted. I farm, have a cafe, and dabble a little in the mafia game. I will try and look you up.


Added by pam beach on Nov 08, 2009 12:14 PM


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