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Allbaugh (#47584964)
 member for 5 years, 3 months, 26 days
bob denman
Prudy Denman Bilby

I left some edits for her memorial

Thank you

Added by bob denman on Nov 24, 2015 1:54 PM

Thelma White Yeager
Charles Himelrick #82800872
Corinne Himelrick #82801640
Hannah A. Himelrick #82801481
Jemima Himelrick #82801047
John M. Himelrick #82800961
Julia Ann Himelrick #82801829
Leslie O. Himelrick #82801892
Virgil E. Himelrick #82801573
William Himelrick #82801780
William E. Himelrick #82801131
William R. Himelrick #82800737
William S. Himelrick #82801410

I noticed that you listed the above Himelricks as being buried in the Garrison Cemetery, Greene County, Pennsylvania. I would like to bring to your attention that there are several Garrison cemeteries located in Greene County, and that the Himelricks are buried in the Grandview Cemetery located in Garrison, Freeport Township, Greene County, Pennsylvania.

I hope this correction will prevent some confusion in the future.

I would like to thank you for the work you are doing on Find A Grave. It is greatly appreciated by many people.

Added by Thelma White Yeager on Oct 20, 2015 4:10 PM

Memorial # 104340513
Hi Mollie,
I am writing to you about Malissa Jane "Mollie" (Bricker) Walcott Scanlon Lugenbeal, as I sent some edits about the order of her husbands and wanted to give you some narrative.

Mollie married my 3rd great uncle, James William Scanlon aka Scanlan #81916182 after the death of his first wife, Mary Ann (DeWeese) Scanlan in 1925. James and Mollie had no children.

Mollie was married 3 times and is buried with her first husband, John Walcott aka Walcutt Wallcutt

Mollie and John had 3 children: Clifford Burtrum Walcott; Milton Odessa Walcott; and Minnie Idella Walcott

Mollie married Daniel "William" Lugenbeal about 1910. William was born 1834 in Muskingum Co.

Have a great day!

Added by Anonymous on May 16, 2015 9:57 AM

Ronald Decker
RE: Isaac Decker, #106546482
Molly: Thanks very much for the information in your findagrave message to me on Mar 09, 2015, which is helpful to me in identifying all of the children of my great-grandfather's brother Aaron Decker and his wife Deborah Oliver, who lived in Fallsburg Township, Licking County, Ohio until they moved to Bourbon County, Kansas about 1855. Some of their children died in Licking County and the others moved to Kansas. My comments in the six persons you list in your message, individually from left to right, are below.
John W. Decker, #48020102. I am assuming he is a child of Aaron and Deborah Decker,
because the death year 1851 fits between other children. I have requested the transfer of this memorial to me.
Manerva Decker, 1831-1852, # 48020107. I am assuming she is a child of Aaron and Deborah Decker, because the death year 1852 fits between other children. The birth year 1831 appears to be too early, since Aaron and Deborah Decker were married in 1836. I have requested the transfer of this memorial to me.
Abigail Decker, 1812-1853, # 48020109, created and managed by me. She is surely the unmarried childless sister of Aaron Decker, who died in Ohio before Aaron moved to Kansas.
I would like to transfer this memorial to you, since you appear to live in the area, and I am age 82.
Isaac Decker, died 1849, #106546482, managed by you. I am assuming he is a child of Aaron and Deborah Decker, because the death year 1849 fits between other children. Isaac was the name of Aaron Decker's father, who is also my great-great-grandfather.
Emily J. Decker, 1848-1849, # 48020112. I am assuming she is a child of Aaron and Deborah Decker, because the birth year 1848 and the death year 1852 fits between other children. I have requested the transfer of this memorial to me.
Samuel Oliver Decker, 1826-1851, # 48020113. I have requested the transfer of this memorial to me, even though he may be a brother of Deborah (Oliver) Decker.
The similarity of design of most of the gravestones is evidence that these persons are related to the same Decker family.
When I have more information about these persons, and hopefully the requested transfers, I will communicate with you further.
I have no other relatives buried in Licking County.
Sincerely, Ronald Decker, Chicago, IL

Added by Ronald Decker on Mar 15, 2015 8:09 PM

Septimus Atwood
Thanks for the edit approval. I'm an Atwood and live in Reynoldsburg. Let me know if you ever need any Atwood info. or can help you in any way. Regards, Alan

Added by Alan on Feb 27, 2015 1:04 PM

RE: Septimus Atwood
Hi. Right, Francis is his mother. Fanny Walters was his first wife and Elizabeth Marincha his second wife. Divorced Fanny in 1935 and married Elizabeth in 1935 also. Alan

Added by Alan on Feb 27, 2015 12:27 PM

RE: Septimus Atwood
Thanks for the reply! Technology is puzzling sometimes...ha! On my end, it says the edit request is still pending. Here is the screen shot: Septimus Atwood
Sent by: Alan
Feb 10, 2015 11:50 AM

Spouse 2:

Spouse 2:
Fannie Florence Walters Atwood
(1880 - 1973) Find A Grave # 5554344 They were married in 1900 and divorced in 1935. Take care, Alan

Added by Alan on Feb 27, 2015 8:31 AM

Septimus Atwood
Hi. I submitted an edit for Septimus a couple of weeks ago. Septimus and I are second cousins. I was wondering if you needed some documentation to support my edit? Just curious.... Thanks, Alan Atwood

Added by Alan on Feb 26, 2015 2:25 PM

Eva Bell Roberts-White-Bayles
Eva Belle Roberts White-Bayles Memorial# 38513143 and Eva Belle Bayles Memorial# 83635421 are the same person! Thank You Linda Cox-White

Added by Linda on Feb 14, 2015 8:05 AM

D. Garey
Ruby Bartley
I got a headstone of Ruby today my daughter was in Ohio. Thank you, Della

Added by D. Garey on Feb 08, 2015 1:56 PM

D. Garey
Ruby Batrley
May i please use your headstone to put on Ruby Bartley 136298046 until i get a new picture. Thank you, Della 48003951

Added by D. Garey on Feb 08, 2015 7:58 AM

Ancestral Sleuth
Mary Beckham
Thank you so much for the transfer, I promise to take great care of her!

Added by Ancestral Sleuth on Feb 02, 2015 6:14 PM

Arnold Cemetery in Perry, Licking, Ohio
Just wanted to say that you have done a spectacular job on this cemetery. We thought we were the only people who posted every bit and scrap (and weren't afraid to dig) that we find in these forgotten burying grounds. Fabulous work! Thanks! (By the way, I absolutely LOVE the way you put "NO Marker" on cemetery photos. We're going to use that in the future on our own cemeteries. Thanks!)

Added by JanisG on Dec 31, 2014 8:42 AM

David Gladwell
RE: David L Satterfield
Done. I think you need to take a look at Isabelle's birth year. Thanks.

Added by David Gladwell on Dec 13, 2014 3:03 PM

Emma Search Allbaugh
Thank you for the photo of this memorial...a great-grand aunt in my family line.


Added by GrammieK on Sep 23, 2014 8:25 PM

Everett Mefford
Sheldon Bell "Shelby" Hoyt
Thank you so much for trying to honor my photo request and for the information about the unmarked grave

Added by Everett Mefford on May 28, 2014 7:51 PM

Maryann Tanner
Lemert's in the Civil War
Thank you so very much for adding the photos of the Civil War markers!! I had no idea!! I wonder who put them there?

You are such a kind person!! I hope I can pay it forward in the near future!!

God Bless you M & have a wonderful Memorial Day Weekend!!

Maryann Tanner =)

Added by Maryann Tanner on May 23, 2014 1:13 PM

Aunt Hallie
Miss Molly how are you love? Thank you for the transfers. I don't think I ever knew who you married so I was shocked when I saw your message. Did Mark show you the pic I sent him of Aunt Hallie with my grandma Banks when she was little? I sent it to him a couple of years ago. I have one pic of Grant and Clara and maybe 2 more of Grant.
William Amos

Added by wm.amos on May 20, 2014 9:40 AM

smith chapel cemetery
hope all is well with you. You have created memorials in smith chapel cemetery for my great grandparents Susan and Andrew Gearhart. Would you consider transferring these 2 memorials to me? I could ad obits and more.
Thank you and good day,

Added by wm.amos on May 19, 2014 12:36 PM

Carol Philipps
RE: Willey Cemetery
I can almost read it on the picture you took. If I squint, it almost looks like "son of Robert & Elizabeth" but the Elizabeth is what I think I can see. The age would be why I don't have him on my family tree, he missed being in any of the censuses, and I hadn't found a birth record online. From the number of partial pieces I saw, there's likely more Willey's and/or Neighbargers there.

Added by Carol Philipps on May 16, 2014 5:01 AM

Carol Philipps
RE: Willey Cemetery
William received a land grant in Licking County for fighting in the war of 1812, and I do not know exactly where. I found him in the 1850 census but not in 1860. I did find a death date of 1/1/1857 but do not remember the source, so unless I can retrace it, I don't feel like I can swear to it. However, the age at death points to this being him. If his original farm encompassed a larger area than what his sons retained, this would make sense that he was buried at home. In the 1866 atlas map, his sons William and Robert both have farms north of the cemetery. In 1875, Robert's farm is now in the name of his wife Elizabeth. There is a gravestone in Smith Chapel for both Robert and his wife Elizabeth. There aren't any other Roberts in the family close to that time period. Do you suppose it's possible that Smith Chapel wasn't established until after Robert had already been buried and they buried Elizabeth at the church by herself but noted that she'd had a husband?

Added by Carol Philipps on May 15, 2014 3:06 PM

Carol Philipps
RE: Willey Cemetery
Given that Thomas Charles, son of Robert and Elizabeth is there, I'm assuming that Robert is the son of William and Anna Willey in my family tree. I gave you the birth and death information I have for him. His wife was Elizabeth Morgan, 3/16/1812 - 4/12/1882. Thomas Charles was one of 10 children they had. The info I've found for William Willey is death 1/1/1857 in Licking County, birth in England about 1784. William is my 3rd great grandfather. Thank you again for helping me find his resting place.

Added by Carol Philipps on May 13, 2014 3:48 PM

Carol Philipps
RE: Willey Cemetery
Success! Thank you! I met Mary and had a nice long chat. Not only found Thomas Willey's gravestone, but William and Robert as well.

Added by Carol Philipps on May 13, 2014 3:23 PM

Carol Philipps
RE: Willey Cemetery
Thank you SO much! I would have looked forever and never found it. Yes, familiar with Smith Chapel. My mom used to take us there to visit her grandparents' grave. I don't think she realized that her great-grandparents were there too. I was able to fill in quite a bit of our family tree by walking the whole cemetery. Was William Willey's grave stone still around when you took pictures? He is as far back as we've traced our Willey roots.

Added by Carol Philipps on May 13, 2014 4:44 AM

Carol Philipps
Willey Cemetery
I have visited the Perryton Cemetery many times now looking for the Willey Cemetery "across the street" so that I could visit the grave of Thomas Willey. Can you tell me where you found it for the picture of his gravestone? I've walked the small cemetery addition across from the main cemetery, but saw nothing old enough to be what is referenced. Is it further back off the road perhaps on what is now private property? Thanks for any help.

Added by Carol Philipps on May 12, 2014 11:29 AM


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