It could be if the birth & death dates make sense. Is there also a wife listed? I haven't looked at any Find A Grave memorials in Europe so I really don't know.
Added by Lois on Dec 28, 2015 6:53 AM
|Ralph L Marvin||RE: Cliff and Irma Guldenzopf|
HI >> The name Guldenzoph is very familar because a Guldenzoph was instramental in my adoption in 1940. Lou Guldenzoph and Grace Guldenzoph who lived in Milan, Il. were good friends of my adoptive parents. Don`t know if Lou is of interest but here it is anyway. Ralph
Added by Ralph L Marvin on Jun 19, 2013 8:17 AM
|D Reed||john betts|
You are receiving duplicate messages because findagrave has Barr Cemetery listed under Morgan and Muskingum Counties.
Added by D Reed on Aug 15, 2012 9:59 PM
|D Reed||John Betts|
Sorry, this was the best I could do. The memorials at this cemetery were either unreadable or, unfortunately, in bad shape. Wish I could have done better.
Added by D Reed on Aug 15, 2012 5:17 PM
Your so welcome,i had a family member or two that was in that same accident,i cant recall the first name without looking but i beleive it was a Winchell family member,i dont have alot of infomation on the accident i would love any info you may have ,god bless.
Added by Coleman on Mar 24, 2012 11:10 AM
|Brenda Sunday||RE: Edward Magers|
You are very welcome! And better late than never I always say.
Added by Brenda Sunday on Jul 14, 2011 5:48 PM
|Don Newton||RE: William H. Wallace|
I updated Williams site with both stones
Added by Don Newton on May 15, 2011 7:48 AM
|Don Newton||William Wallace|
I just this morning transfered the military stone and site to you. I also still have the pic of that larger stone with his wife that I will send you if you want.........That way you will have a memorial of your own to manage any way you desire with or without a response from the person that you asked with the other one.
I hope this helps
Added by Don Newton on May 14, 2011 5:07 PM
|Don Newton||RE: William H. Wallace|
I would imagine they are the same person. One would be at the head of the grave (the big stone) and the other military stone would be close to the foot of the grave site.
Added by Don Newton on May 14, 2011 3:12 PM
That was infant Anna Marie Wallace, and it is already listed on Find A Grave.
Added by Don Newton on May 13, 2011 11:11 AM
I went for a walk last night before the storm hit.
I didnt think that I could walk it but I took my time and checked all of Section 1. I took pics of every Wallace that I came across, came right back home and checked and somebody had already put fome of them on. I also have an infant pic a small lamb or something like that. I havent checked for that one yet, if its not there, I will add it as well.
Glad to help you out. My book shows the last name of Wallace about 50 times all scattered across the cemetery. If you need any others just let me know.
Added by Don Newton on May 13, 2011 11:07 AM
|John Vincent "VINCE" Powers||RE: William H. Wallace (55163617)|
Sounds convincing enough to me...I've made your additions + a few more I came up with!? Looks like he probably served under my GGGrand-Uncle, Capt. Thomas J. Wheeler (#22988649) in Co A, before his death at G-burg!? THANKS! JVP, TX
Added by John Vincent "VINCE" Powe... on May 12, 2011 6:22 PM
|Mark Orey||RE: John Craig|
I'll still take a walk through there and look for him. It's a small place and just up the road.
Added by Mark Orey on Apr 02, 2011 8:16 PM
|Brenda Sunday||RE: Freda Conn Betts|
Added by Brenda Sunday on Mar 20, 2011 3:28 PM
|Brenda Sunday||RE: Betts graves|
You are very welcome! I also took a pic of Freda's stone but the sun was casting a shadow across it and it did not turn out very good. I will take another at a different time of the day and post it then.
Added by Brenda Sunday on Mar 10, 2011 9:16 AM
|David Weise||RE: Willis and Nell Wengert|
You are welcome. I've benefitted from lots of folks doing the same thing so I am happy to help someone else. The National Cemetery is only 2 miles away and it was very simple to locate the stones once I noticed that the markers had the section and grave.
Added by David Weise on Nov 23, 2010 9:38 PM
|Paula Moxley||RE: Della Thompson|
You're very welcome! Glad I could help.
Added by Paula Moxley on Nov 18, 2010 4:37 PM
|Christopher Johnson||RE: Roy T. Wallace Sr.|
You are welcome. There was a Verda Voss Wallace buried next to him. I took a photo of her stone also if you want it.
Added by Christopher Johnson on Oct 20, 2010 9:25 AM
|Gina Stroyan||RE: Wallace photos|
You are more than welcome. The cemetery is only like 5 minutes from my house, glad I could help you.
Added by Gina Stroyan on Jul 27, 2010 9:41 AM
|Honoring our ancestors||Gnass|
Thank you for the photos!
Added by Honoring our ancestors on Jul 25, 2010 5:41 PM
|Christine Moyer||Harriet Cook Emerson|
Jan, thank you kindly for the photos for Harriet Cook and her husband Billy Emerson. I very much appreciate your help. T. Moss initially posted her memorial. Are you her sister? Thanks, Chris
Added by Christine Moyer on Jun 19, 2010 1:01 PM
|Cheryl Copeland||Emily Johler|
Thank you so much for the photo of my Aunt - my entire family was from the Chicago area - I was raised in Florida and now live in Georgia. I have not relatives in the Chicago area that I am aware of as I am going on this search of my family roots.
Added by Cheryl Copeland on Jun 02, 2010 6:15 PM
I can't thank you enough for these photos. My grandmother and her siblings were very close to their Johnson cousins. I'm so moved to be able to "visit" Wally, Dan and Selma at last.
Joyce curiously wasn't buried there, but there's an empty plot next to Dan that was intended for her. It's interesting to see her name was at least inscribed on the stone.
Again, I'm so very grateful! You've made my day!
Added by David on May 31, 2010 3:41 PM