Jason Thanks you so very much for the headstone Photo's not only of Glen but the rest of his family,this is a great help to me.I am doing a family tree and this helps alot.Again Many Thanks Lydia
Added by LYDIA H. on Aug 19, 2014 1:23 PM
|Renee Ellis||Maranda Shields FERREE Clark|
Thank you so much for taking the time out of your day to photograph Maranda's grave marker..
Added by Renee Ellis on Aug 19, 2014 1:19 PM
|Anonymous||Tealtown Cemetery Photos|
Jason, thanks so much for the tombstone photos of Henry and Elizabeth Davis. The Davises were my late husband's direct ancestors. I'm amazed that the stones are in such good condition.
Thanks again, MRA
Added by Anonymous on Aug 19, 2014 1:08 PM
|dcterri||Ollie and Leo Williams|
Thank you for posting the photo
Added by dcterri on Aug 19, 2014 10:31 AM
|Linda Warman Sims||Mathes photos|
Jason My most heartfelt Thanks to you for the photo you have provided for the Mathes family, in Williamsburg Cemetery. They are awesome.
Added by Linda Warman Sims on Aug 19, 2014 8:50 AM
|Pat Boburczak||Find a Grave|
Thanks for your recent photo of F. Frambes/Minnie Altman grave marker. Your efforts are very much appreciated.
Added by Pat Boburczak on Aug 19, 2014 8:19 AM
|Cindy Cornwell McCachern||Thanks|
Thank you for the photos of Irene and Erla Cornwell's tombstones.
Added by Cindy Cornwell McCachern on Aug 19, 2014 12:36 AM
|John Tippet||John & Sarah Kyle|
Moved to Nine Mile Cemetery. Also corrected John's DOD.
Added by John Tippet on Aug 18, 2014 11:00 PM
|Debbie Mangen||Anny Leeds|
Jason, I just noticed you have a Golden line. Anny Garretson/Garrison Smith Leeds was the daughter of Elijah Garretson and Tabitha Godfrey of Cape May, NJ. Elijah Garretson was the son of Noah Garretson and Mary Golden of Cape May, NJ. Mary Golden is the daughter of Joseph and Abiah Golden/Goulding of Westchester, New York. I hope this is info you might find helpful.
Thanks again for taking the photo of her stone.
Added by Debbie Mangen on Aug 18, 2014 9:47 PM
|Debbie Mangen||Anny Leeds|
Thank you so much for taking your time and expense to help me get a photo of Anny Leeds stone. I searched for this woman for 30 yrs. She was originally Anne Garretson from NJ. She first married John Smith, Jr, who died young leaving her with 6 children. I still don't have names for all of them, but John Smith Sr. mentioned her in his will, but I couldn't find her after his will. Her son, Enos Smith, was my great-great grandfather. I wish Hermon Fagley was still living so I could share this with him. He helped me so much. I am so grateful and appreciate your effort.
Added by Debbie Mangen on Aug 18, 2014 9:32 PM
|CL Hileman||Ida Baker Guard|
Thank you Jason, for your dedication and commitment, no only as a prolific contributor to Find A Grave - preserving the past so those in search of their heritage will find accurate memorials of their loved ones, but also as a firefighter and paramedic! It takes a selfless person putting their life on the line for another. Ohio is in your debt!
~ CL Hileman
Added by CL Hileman on Aug 18, 2014 9:18 PM
|Matthew B Thornton||William Howe Thornton|
Thank you VERY much for a picture of my ancestor.Someday I'll stop in Bucks county and see it in person, Thanks again,
Added by Matthew B Thornton on Aug 18, 2014 8:25 PM
|LBeebe||William J Guynn|
Thanks for taking the picture!
Added by LBeebe on Aug 18, 2014 6:20 PM
I accepted your edits for his memorial...are you related in any way?
Added by wvmtn77 on Aug 17, 2014 4:13 PM
|jaymac||RE: Robert Carr|
Robert Carr's father Rev. Joseph Middleton Carr 106048707 Thank you
Added by jaymac on Aug 14, 2014 6:57 PM
Hello again Jason,
In addition to George, Elizabeth is my 2nd GGrandmother and Jeremiah and Mary are children of George and Elizabeth, would you consider also transferring them to my control. You will note in Find A Grave that I have posted John Adam and Harriett's gravesite.
Added by Michael Lewis on Aug 10, 2014 8:49 AM
|Michael Lewis||George Edleman|
I came across this bio on your site of my 2nd GGrandfather George Edleman buried in Waynesburg, Ohio. In that same cemetery is my GGrandparents, John Adam Karn and his spouse Harriett Edleman, George's daughter. I would be interested in you transfering this record to me since they are tied to my tree. My next trip to my hometown, Canton, I will visit the cemetery to view the grave.
Added by Michael Lewis on Aug 10, 2014 8:43 AM
|Susan McCollough||Former Resident|
Hello Jason, I am a former resident of North Canton, graduated Hoover High School, and lived a short time in Uniontown. My maiden name was Billey, but those relatives are in Cleveland and Pennsylvania. I am related to Stark County Millers, Dolls, Whitacres, Lebeaus and the Weis family. I now live in Iowa, so I love being able to see all the info on Find a Grave. Thank you taking all the photos and being such a great volunteer.
Added by Susan McCollough on Aug 09, 2014 11:10 AM
|Mary Armstrong||RE: Bert Holden grave|
Also, thank you for all your contributions to FindAGrave!
Added by Mary Armstrong on Aug 04, 2014 9:12 PM
|Mary Armstrong||RE: Bert Holden grave|
Thanks for the reply.
Added by Mary Armstrong on Aug 04, 2014 9:08 PM
|Mary Armstrong||Bert Holden grave|
I see you entered the findagrave info in 2012 for a Bert Holden, Alliance Cemetery. Are you related to Bert Holden?(He also had a brother Wade Holden) Bert owned the property my father bought back in 1940 or '41, on Johnson Rd. near Sebring, I am interested in learning if he had any family that may be living today.(as far as I know Bert did not marry) So would be other relatives!
He did live with a McCausland family for many years. (no relation to them)
Appreciate your answer.
Mary Armstrong > email@example.com
Added by Mary Armstrong on Aug 04, 2014 6:15 PM
|Martha M||Thank you for the Greentown Miller Transfers|
I really appreciate all the work you are doing on Find A Grave. Your contributions are amazing. Thank you so much for the quick transfers of my direct Greentown Millers - Howard & Ruth, Arthur & Elizabeth, Ira & Kate and Lydia Aultman Dillman.
Added by Martha M on Aug 04, 2014 2:24 PM
|Sandykp||RE: Limaville Cemetery Ohio|
most cemeteries have a care taker, who might have a book of early burials. It is good to try to find that because it gives you the burials that don't have stones. Somone told me Jodi's barber shop in Limaville might have those records. I have a portable scanner, flip pal, if you find the books let me know I can go scan them for preservation for everyone. Thanks for the info! Sandy
Added by Sandykp on Aug 04, 2014 6:19 AM
|Sandykp||Limaville Cemetery Ohio|
Hi I saw your message to Dan Angotti who also works on Limaville. I was wondering did they have a book from the old burials or did you just record all the stones you could find? I am working on Atwater Cem, down the road, I just entered 2,000 burials, next I want to get all the pics up. If the rainy days will ever stop! If you ever want to help with pics on Atwater,pls let me know I am overwhelmed LOL with the next step.
I just wondered about the old burial books if anyone has asked or looked for them? I have a lost gr gr gr who I can't find, so I am looking into all the old cemeteries to see if there are recorded burials with no head stones.
I saw your post you have almost all Limaville on line, so just checking to see if it was from their burial records or the tombstones.
Thanks for all you do! I have some gr aunts and uncles buried there. Sandy
Added by Sandykp on Aug 03, 2014 9:02 PM
|Shelby Cerosky||RE: New Here!|
The only thing that I can tell you for sure is that she did marry George Cerosky as his was my great grandfather. My grandpa (who has since passed away) was young when she died and my great grandpa George remarried not long afterward, so he didn't know all that much about his biological mother. Due to the confirmation of the marriage, I am assuming that yes, the rest of the information is correct. From what I know, Sarah is her first name and Evelyn is her middle name.
Added by Shelby Cerosky on Aug 03, 2014 2:53 PM