You are very welcome. I'm glad to have been able to find it for you. I also made a memorial for his (what appears 2nd) wife, Florence (F.A.G. #126186912). If this is a person that you would like to have transferred just let me know. I'd be more than happy to send it to you.
Added by RickC on Mar 12, 2014 11:57 AM
Thanks for the transfers. I hope you had a good valentine's day.
Added by WalkerMyersMaryland12 on Feb 15, 2014 9:10 AM
|WalkerMyersMaryland12||Lloyd Stup family|
Thanks again for doing another photo request for me. I had pictures of their gravestones on my old phone, but after it broke, all of my photos got deleted. Would you mind transferring the rest of Lloyd's family over to me? I can put in more info from my ancestry account so they'll be more detailed. Thanks again for helping me out.
Happy Valentine's Day,
Added by WalkerMyersMaryland12 on Feb 13, 2014 12:16 PM
|Ruth Tuley-Slone||Pvt Carl W Moore|
I will try to get this photo for you some time this Spring, when the weather permits.
Added by Ruth Tuley-Slone on Feb 07, 2014 11:33 AM
|Susan Bealefeld Rozar||Kohlenberg|
Thanks ever so much!
Added by Susan Bealefeld Rozar on Jan 31, 2014 3:27 PM
|Dennis Moore||Moss Curry|
Thank you for your time and good work!
Added by Dennis Moore on Jan 28, 2014 3:09 PM
|Marsha Shannon||RE: Myrtle Chapel|
I know the couple buried just beside my grandparents and parents are Gordon Yates and his wife. Their children are Linda, Tim, and Paul. Linda is approx. 64, a retired school teacher that lives in West Virginia, last name now is Holt. I will look the next time I'm there for any others.
Added by Marsha Shannon on Sep 16, 2013 7:13 PM
|Marsha Shannon||Myrtle Chapel|
I see you are researching Yates, etc. but requesting a picture of Myrtle Chapel Cementary, Martha Elizabeth Pigg Ranson. Who's headstone are your looking for, this one is my grandmother, and I've been around this cemetery all of my life. There is a couple by the name of Yates in the next row from my grandparents. Gordan, and ?? Yates, parents to Linda, Tim, Paul. Does any of this help?
Added by Marsha Shannon on Sep 05, 2013 10:10 PM
|Melissa Zornes Craft||RE: Norris Cemetery|
LOL no i had went there several years a go thinking that some of the Riffe and Curry's were my ancestors. Turned out I was in the wrong cemetery. I do plan to go back and update what i have. Hope to also go to the Meadow's one on down the road from Norris. Hoping to do all this on Tuesday.
Added by Melissa Zornes Craft on Aug 15, 2013 11:05 PM
|Evelyn Bobo Housum||mem#47513576 Justus,Peter|
Posted pic of monument very hard to read I tried to clean it On the front is has Father and Mother below that is has Peter Justus can't read any dates on the front side .On the one side has this (Our daughters Mary June 10, 1899-June 14, 1899/
Martha Born-died June 10,1899'. On the other side has William our son born & died July 20,1893 I have pics if you want
Added by Evelyn Bobo Housum on Aug 14, 2013 7:36 PM
|Melissa Zornes Craft||Alvin & Imogene Riffe|
These are my great uncle and aunt. Alvin has no stone only a metal marker. I will put that on his site. Imogene has no marker, she was cremated and her remains were buried on top of Alvin. I have a metal maker made from the funeral home but have not put it on the grave yet as the caretaker of the cemetery dose not believe she is put there but my parents witnessed this. I will try to find it and put it on her site also.
Added by Melissa Zornes Craft on Aug 14, 2013 1:03 PM
|Melissa Zornes Craft||RE: Curry Family Cemetery|
Your very welcome. I am hoping to go back and finish within the next few weeks. But when i went before there were no stone's or markers for a few that you had requests for. I will check again to make sure.
Added by Melissa Zornes Craft on Aug 14, 2013 12:06 PM
|Baxter B. Fite III||RE: Alexander Snyder|
Thanks, I sure enjoy writing about these guys and learning more about them. Let me know if you ever have anything to add. I'll transfer him back anytime. When I finish with his company, I'll make sure you get him back. I know his site will be in good hands. Thanks for all you are doing. Baxter
Added by Baxter B. Fite III on Jul 17, 2013 9:38 AM
|Baxter B. Fite III||RE: Alexander Snyder|
Dear Terri, Thanks for entrusting me with the Find A Grave site for Alexander Snyder. I just added some more things to his site and could probably add more, but, I have had it long enough. I have transferred him back to you. Thanks for entrusting his site to me for the time you did. I hope you feel what I have done is not too much. I just feel I can never write enough about these men and their families. I have grown to feel like I knew many of them and I consider them and all servicemen and servicewomen, both peace time and war time, heros. I am looking forward to seeing what you can add to his biography. I have left a lot of blanks for missing information that I would like to see added to his site. I will keep searching for my missing 93 or 94 men from the 86th and for more information and pictures of all 992. I find new information about these men in diaries and letters all of the time and love managing their sites as it allows me to add information with bothering family members. I always hope the family is happy to see what I add. My original goal for doing what I am doing was to make sure that the graves of all 992 members of the 86th were recorded on Find A Grave, that they all had biographies that told the stories of their lives and service and then to get the sites into family that cares about them. I believe that Alexander's site is now back into the hands of a family member that cares about him and the way he and the family are remembered. If, however, you ever find that you don't mind someone outside the family managing his site, I would still consider it a GREAT honor to look after Alexander's site. Thanks for all you are doing for the family and again, I am looking forward to seeing what you might be able to add to the Find A Grave of this veteran and hero of the Civil War. Sincerely, Baxter (Find A Grave # 47203738)
Added by Baxter B. Fite III on Jul 15, 2013 7:36 PM
|Aaron Turner||RE: Hannah Gaines Ross Riffe|
Hi, I am very sorry that it has taken me a while to get back to you. I have been away from my computer for a while. The ladies in the photo are: (Standing left) Hannah Gaines Ross Riffe (she married George W. Riffe). Seated is Demm Ross Riffe (She married Pete Riffe and they owned the springs and hotel.)(Standing right)is Susan Ross Stanley. (She married John Stanley.) I received this photo from Cloteen Johnson of Catlettsburg, KY. She is the granddaughter of Hannah Gaines Ross Riffe. (Joseph Alonzo Riffe was her father; Hannah's son.) Cloteen is still living and is 97; I was with her three weeks ago and received the picture. I also have the directions on how to get to the springs, but I need to look those up. I will send those along as well. God Bless, Aaron Turner
Added by Aaron Turner on Jul 02, 2013 3:27 PM
|kruczk||RE: Swank and Neuman|
There were two headstones side by side for William. One was military and one was with Kathleen. The birth & death dates for William were the same and the middle initial was the same. Not sure if they were one int the same person, so I added an entry for the one with Kathleen. I can combine if you know them to be the same person.
Added by kruczk on Jun 04, 2013 5:21 PM
|Brenda Sunday||RE: Dilsaver|
You are very welcome! Were Hazel and Harl married? I added a memorial for Harl and a photograph. I would like to link them if they were. I never assume that just because the last name is the same that they were married. I like to be sure.
Added by Brenda Sunday on May 16, 2013 5:57 AM
|Sharon Beth||Helen Arlene Treadway Campbell|
I can't fill your photo request for Helen Campbell. :-(
I searched the data base at Huse Memorial, for record of her burial as well.
I even searched in both the new sections, and the old Cemetery. I also searched on Treadway in both sections. No records for her!
I am sorry.
Added by Sharon Beth on May 15, 2013 3:53 PM
|Marcia1061||RE: Busby at Mount Calvary|
You're quite welcome.
There is also an unnamed "infant Busby" who died in early March 1914, but whose grave in HC-A-13-1 is unmarked. I can't find any record of his or her birth or death other than the Diocese burial record. Do you know if this was of your relatives? Stewart and Anna are the only other Busbys buried at Mt. Calvary.
Added by Marcia1061 on Apr 24, 2013 1:29 PM
|Wayne Clifton||George Snyder|
I have a George Snyder b. abt 1866 and died abt 1925-30. He would have been from around the Creston-Wooster-Smithville area. He was married to my g-aunt Verna Gertrude McEwen.
Added by Wayne Clifton on Apr 22, 2013 7:31 PM
hi you have a henry orville riffe b 1880 d 1969 married to a nancy martin b 1885 d 1974 do you have anymore info nancy was my husbnds grt grandparents daughter.
Added by brenda akers on Apr 10, 2013 5:12 PM
|Roland Vogt||your search of George Kempf, Portsmouth|
I saw in the request list of Portsmouth that you are searching a stone picture of George Kempf in Portsmouth, Ohio.
You can find this stone picture on
go to search page and enter the data you need.
Or go to:
Added by Roland Vogt on Apr 06, 2013 2:32 PM
|Kay ||RE: Chester Leroy Riffe's tombtone|
I wanted you to know that I found Chester Leroy Riffe's tombstone in Scioto Burial Cemetery in Scioto Co, Ohio and NOT in Rushtown Cemetery. Kay
Added by Kay on Apr 04, 2013 9:56 PM
|Kelli Housley||Sarah E. Hartman|
I added the photo of Sarah Hartman as requested. She was on a headstone with Stanley E. Hartman, 1920-1999. I did a search and he wasn't already on the website, so I added his memorial and the photo for his page too. If you would like the originals, I can definitely email those to you. Hope this helps!!
Added by Kelli Housley on Apr 04, 2013 5:47 PM
|Christina ||McGlone, Nannie|
I have added photos for Nannie and the other family members in the lot.
Sec U Lot 11
Space 1 Roger d1944
Space 2 Nannie
Space 3 Elwood d1985
Space 4 E. (infant) d1946
Added by Christina on Mar 23, 2013 5:05 PM