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Bob Brown (#47102621)
 member for 5 years, 4 months, 17 days
Robin (Cottingham) Townsend-Fife
John E. Martin
Please put the same photo that you put on Serepta Martin (his wife) on his memorial. Thanks.

Added by Robin (Cottingham) Townse... on Jun 27, 2014 5:47 PM

Robin (Cottingham) Townsend-Fife
Josephus Martin
You being a member for over 5 years should know it's wrong to create a memorial for a person who is already there and has been since 2003

Added by Robin (Cottingham) Townse... on Apr 28, 2014 8:36 PM

Britany Johnson (Alachniewicz)
Josephus Martin #34487031
Hello Bob, I am a relative of Josephus Martin and I was wondering if it would be okay if I used his gravestone photo on my personal family tree?
Thank you!

Added by Britany Johnson (Alachnie... on Apr 17, 2014 4:15 PM

Steve Guthrie
Stewarts of Athens County, Ohio
Hi Bob:

I just sent you an email regarding the Stewart families, who were living in Athens County, Ohio.

Thanks !

Steve Guthrie

Added by Steve Guthrie on Sep 08, 2013 7:24 PM

RE: Ezra Stewart
You're welcome! I do have one correction for you. Daniel Stewart (1762-1858) is buried at the West State Street Cemetery, not the West Union Street Cemetery.

Added by wjw on Jun 17, 2013 9:24 AM

Becky Rudd
Daniel Stewart
Daniel Stewart memorial transferred to you as requested.

God Bless,

Added by Becky Rudd on Jun 17, 2013 9:06 AM

David G.
RE: Armstrong Cemetery
Thanks again Bob for directions and coordinates. In looking at Google Earth, it appears to be within the 200 feet you estimated.


Added by David G. on Mar 12, 2013 12:04 PM

David G.
RE: Armstrong Cemetery
Thank you Bob, those are excellent directions! I will mark that location on Google Earth.


Added by David G. on Mar 12, 2013 11:22 AM

David G.
Armstrong Cemetery

I have been trying to find Armstrong Cemetery in Hocking County, Ohio without much success. I noted that you took a photo of the entry. Can you describe the location of the cemetery for me?

For example, distance to the nearest crossroads, or major landmark I might be able to identify on Google Earth. I have family members buried there and would like to know how to get there. The maps don't seem to show it.

Thank you,

Dave G.

Added by David G. on Mar 12, 2013 1:14 AM

Damian Rippberger
Chambers/Grubb Cemetery
Correction: Hocking College of Archaeology

Added by Damian Rippberger on Jan 03, 2013 7:45 PM

Damian Rippberger
Chambers/Grubb Cemetery
Bob, I am so sorry on the loss. I just read about it on the Hocking College of Archiology website. Yes he did some work in that cemetery last month and took some great photos. These are my ancesters that are burried there. Anyway, I thank you for replying and would love to hear back and see what he found.


Added by Damian Rippberger on Jan 03, 2013 7:41 PM

Damian Rippberger
Grubb / Chambers Family
Bob, If youre ever around Tarlton Cemetery in Pickaway i would love any info or photos of my ancesters, Grubb, Chambers, Hamilton, Wallace..They came to Hocking County around 1800. Check out my Grubb Line. John Grubb is kind of my brick wall....Thanks

Added by Damian Rippberger on Dec 29, 2012 1:01 PM

Ethan Deane
RE: Robert Lee White
My grandmother was Hazel Roach. From what I can tell, there is a good chance our patriarch, William Roach, 1730-1818 may have been in Washington's guard. The guard records were destroyed in a Boston fire, but a difinitive book written in 1904 may list him. I am cautious but sometimes think about being more intentional about finding more evidence if it exists.

Added by Ethan Deane on Dec 21, 2012 7:04 PM

Chad & Adrien Carroll
RE: Friend Cemetery
I'l climb it anytime you want me too. Do I need permission, cause some people won't give it to me just because. Give me directions and I'll get the pics for you...

Added by Chad & Adrien Carroll on Dec 20, 2012 8:51 PM

Ethan Deane
Robert Lee White
Thanks so much for posting information about Robert. I have been researching the Roach family for years and just love making connections! Furthermore, I have loved genealogy since I was a teen as well. And even more amazing is that I simply adore archaeology! I work community mental health in Pennsylvania. Similar "rescue" type work. I feel like I found a brother!

Added by Ethan Deane on Dec 20, 2012 3:45 PM

Chad & Adrien Carroll
Friend Cemetery
Hey have any more clues as to where this is? I'm willing to go hunting for it, they're my kin too! Chad

Added by Chad & Adrien Carroll on Nov 24, 2012 9:25 PM

Photo thanks!
Thanks for the photo of Edwin POLING's gravestone at Mount Zion Brethren Cemetery. You added it over two years ago, and I only just now looked at it close enough to see that I had the man's first name wrong! It's "Edwin" and not "Edward." The 1909 HUFFORD FAMILY HISTORY had it wrong, and the 1900 Hocking Co. census had it wrong, but the photos you took of his gravestone and the gravestones of his two sons make clear that his name was "Edwin S." Very much appreciated!

Added by AMB on Jul 16, 2011 11:05 AM

Kimberley Page
Mayme Allely Bateman Brown

Thank you for the photo of my great great grandmother Mayme. I've been looking from here to kingdom come for her. Is there anything you can tell me about her. Where and when she died?

Thank you,
Kimberley Page nee. Drage

Added by Kimberley Page on Mar 12, 2011 10:08 PM

Hi Bob...

Wondered if you were still around... hadn't heard from you :)

I might be in the area around Thanksgiving to visit relatives... might be interested in meeting up with you.

Have a great week :)

Atchison, KS

Added by FranzJr on Nov 08, 2010 12:24 PM

Kellie Rutter
Ebenezer Cem Coakley
Amos, Isaac and Nathan were all Army PVT's in the Civil War .

Added by Kellie Rutter on Jun 05, 2010 9:39 AM

Kellie Rutter
#36758377 Amos Coakley
his gravesite is row 5 #29

Added by Kellie Rutter on Jun 05, 2010 9:36 AM

RE: Silas & Nancy Moore
Thanks so much, your pictures are really good. I appreciate that you got those photo's for me.


Added by Lulabell on Jun 01, 2010 3:13 PM

Silas & Nancy Moore
You took a wonderful photo of their stone at Wesley Chapel Cemetery and I was wondering if I may use your photo in my family tree with recognition given to you.


Added by Lulabell on Jun 01, 2010 1:31 PM

Thanks Bob...for the picture of the stone on John...I have his wife Margaret Orr Westenhaver buried in Old Logan Cem. along with their daughter Eliza Ann Westenhaver b. 28 Oct 1814 Hocking Co. Ohio, d. 05 Jun 1888..
Also, Sarah Jane Wesstenhaver b. 16 Aug 1827 Logan,Ohio d. 27 Aug 1883 Logan, and buried in Old Logan Cem...could they be buried in Logan Cem..instead of Old Logan Cem... Sarah was listed as mental disorder..

also do you know if Christian II has a stone at his burial plot...(farm)....

Added by DW123 on Jun 28, 2009 9:12 PM

Thanks for trying to find the Leaman's graves...I will do more searching on them..

Added by DW123 on Jun 28, 2009 4:46 PM


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