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B. Braden (#47095397)
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Jane Golenko
RE: Estella Jackson
You are most welcome!

Added by Jane Golenko on May 18, 2016 11:57 AM

Lorraine Geist
Location of Iwacura Cemetery
Iwacura Cemetery is located on Buffalo Rd. in Clay County, six and a quarter miles north of Hwy. 24. It is on the west side of the road, and is very small and easy to miss. Hope you find it!
Lorraine Geist

Added by Lorraine Geist on Feb 13, 2016 2:12 PM

Sara Lake
Holeman (Olive) Cemetery
I found your message board on my grandmother's "" site. I'm hoping that you can answer a quick question for me, or perhaps point me to someone who can.

I am thinking about visiting Avon this summer and would like - for the first time - to visit the grave of my grandmother, Ada Lincoln Lake, in the Holeman (Olive) Cemetery. My quesiton is: is the cemetery open, so that I might visit whenever I like, or is it fenced/gated, so that I would need to make an appointment with someone to let me in? Who would I contact to make such an appointment?

Thank you for the time and attention you give me on this question.

Added by Sara Lake on Jun 16, 2015 12:02 PM

Ada B. Lake
I have information about her parents, husband, and sons.

Added by TRC on Nov 14, 2014 11:09 AM

Barbara (Devine) Davis
Mary (Martin) Patterson
in Patterson-Claunch Cem... did you get my updated info first of Oct? Barb

Added by Barbara (Devine) Davis on Oct 12, 2012 5:47 PM

Doris Moore
RE: INfant Flanders
I don't think this is Isabel and Ezekiel's child, but a child of another Ezekiel (b.1849 - d.1879) who is married to Henrietta. I have pictures of their graves but am not sure you are interested in them. They are in a squared off plot not far from Ezekiel and Isabel. (There are many other Flanders' buried there, as well, and I took photos of all of them, to the best of my ability.)

I do have pictures of a Dan and a Nathan, buried beside Ezekiel and Isabel and listed as their children. Would you like to see them? Or, I could try to add them to findagrave.

Added by Doris Moore on Jul 08, 2011 8:47 PM

Les Holmes
RE: Clarissa Adeline
Thank you. That was the absolute perfect thing we needed to break the deadlock to deciphering the rest of the stone. We got it blown up bigger and with that clue you gave us we now know it says, in full, CLARISSA ADELINE, dau of SAMUEL and DENCY E WOODS LEFT US Jun 6 1851 aged 3 yrs 6 ??? 11 ds. After the 6 it is very unclear. It really doesn't look like mon or wks. I don't know what it is. Have you a clue? The 6 looked like a G and we thought that line was a word or words so we were going in a completely wrong direction. When we started thinking of it as an age it opened it up, sort of. The days became clear and then the G began to look like a 6. Thank you so much for your insight. Bless you. Underneath the age must be some sort of saying, probably about the death of a child, but we haven't been able to make it out. It just blurs when we blow it up larger.

Added by Les Holmes on Jul 08, 2011 3:53 PM

Geoffrey Krug
RE: Richardsons in Mentor Cemetery
My pleasure. The Richardson plot in Mentor Cemetery is actually quite large and houses at least 8 individual grave sites. Perhaps one of the more interesting was one C. J. Richardson, who served with the 88th Ohio Volunteer Infantry during the Civil War. I have this photo if you are interested.

Added by Geoffrey Krug on Jun 02, 2009 5:53 PM


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