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Mike Frederick (#47273313)
 member for 5 years, 9 months, 22 days
Joan Vicars Phillips
Durham, South Webster Cemetery
The link between Kathryn and Earthel has been made. Our Scioto County Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society was transcribing and photographing parts of the cemetery. I was given the job of uploading to findagrave. But, not knowing the families, it is difficult to link them together.

Thanks for the info.

Joan

Added by Joan Vicars Phillips on Jul 26, 2012 7:13 AM

Madeleine
RE: Joan Esther Casey #71201627
Thank you so much, Mike for the transfer. We hope to visit Baby Joan's gravesite soon. Her twin brother, John Lester Casey passed away in 2006 at the age of 64. I'm happy to add Baby Joan to our family memorials. Your contribution is greatly appreciated.
Shandon

Added by Madeleine on Mar 26, 2012 10:34 AM

Madeleine
Joan Esther Casey #71201627
Hello, would you be willing to transfer this memorial to me? Joan is my husband's infant sister, twin to his brother John Lester Casey, deceased. We plan on a visit to Linden Grove Cemetery this spring and take a picture of her gravesite to post. Thank you, Shandon

Added by Madeleine on Mar 26, 2012 8:15 AM

The Galway Tribe
Mollie & John Scott
Mike,

Mollie and John Scott were also my great, great grandparents - which makes you and I third cousins. Thanks for finding & posting pictures of their graves. Interestingly enough, Mollie Corman Scott was originally buried next to her husband John at Maple Grove, but my great, great Aunt Lizzie Rankin had her body exhumed and moved to Hillcrest Cemetery when she and her husband, Walter, bought their plots.

-Greg Botkin

Added by The Galway Tribe on May 11, 2011 6:15 AM

Shirley Hammons Smith
Riddle Cemetery
Could you please tell me how to find this cemetery. We have some Riddle's buried there but they are not listed on "findagrave". They lived on Riddle Lane - just off 4th St. in Nicholasville. The death record says "buried in family graveyard" and/or "buried in the Riddle Graveyard". Any help will be appreciated. Shirley Smith - Sshirls39@aol.com

Added by Shirley Hammons Smith on Dec 13, 2010 9:14 AM

Hank Cox (inactive)
Mima Brandenburg, Winchester Cemetery
Hello Mike,

Oops! I was just looking at the cemetery records trying to find Luther Brandenburg. They have him listed as D. L. Brandenburg, so I guess his full name was David Luther Brandenburg.

Sorry if my previous message caused any confusion for you.

Best wishes,

Hank

Added by Hank Cox (inactive) on Jun 20, 2010 12:18 PM

Hank Cox (inactive)
Mima Brandenburg, Winchester Cemetery
Hello Mike,

I've uploaded a gravestone photo for Mima Brandenburg. I noticed in your photo request that you stated she is married to David Brandenburg. Based on the gravestone, it looks like her husband's name is/was Luther.

There is another marker in another section of the cemetery for David and Maude Brandenburg.

Just wanted to let you know this.

Best wishes,

Hank

Added by Hank Cox (inactive) on Jun 20, 2010 12:13 PM

cherokee
RE: Penelope Offutt
Thank you for the offer but no i dont need them The ones on here are great.
Cherokee

Added by cherokee on Apr 29, 2010 9:46 AM

cherokee
Penelope Offutt
Thank you for the very nice Picture

Added by cherokee on Apr 29, 2010 8:09 AM

David Lander
Georgetown
Mike, by all means wait until the weather is better. We had a foot of snow night before last and three inches last night. We hav a few more weeks before we will see spring. Again, please wait till better weather.

However, I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for becoming a Find A Grave contributor. Mike, you can be assured your contributions are appreciated by families today (many you may never hear from) and will be appreciated by future generations.

Kindest Regards,

David Lander
dvdlndr@aol.com
PO Box 629
Cripple Creek CO 80813

"He alone deserves to be remembered by his children who treasures up and preserves the memory of his fathers."
Edmund Burke 1729-1797

Added by David Lander on Apr 26, 2010 3:11 PM

 
 

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