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StoneMiller, a RealMcCloy (#47636351)
 member for 3 years, 2 months, 7 days
RE: Wanda McCloy
You are so welcome. Glad I could help.

Added by baack40 on Dec 12, 2014 2:54 AM

Rebecca Drumm
June Butler
I would gladly add a biography to June's memorial if you would like to send one. The picture you added is beautiful.

Added by Rebecca Drumm on Dec 04, 2014 1:20 AM

Christine Barnhart
Agnes Catchpole
I saw in Lester Carney's grave posting for New Lexington Cemetery that you are related to Catchpoles Agnes was my Great Grandmother on my Dad's side his Mother being Ruth Carney Moore my she passed in 2011 my Dad being Gary E Moore passed in 2012 I am Christine Moore Barnhart of Zanesville Ohio. Didn't know if maybe you would maybe want that little bit of the gene pole my Dad has a brother Ronald Moore and a sister Tina Moore Belcher that are still living my Dad passed of cancer. I can be reached at if you would like to ask any questions I know she had a couple of sisters.

Added by Christine Barnhart on Dec 01, 2014 12:05 AM

RE: Plummer in Hazleton Cemetery
lol You're quite welcome. Well another member baack40 and myself looked for it earlier in the summer and kinda knew it's location, but just couldn't locate it with everything overgrown. We decided to try again since its fall. It's actually located in the woods off the west side of OH-93, north of Old Town Road outside of Shawnee. We actually were able to catch the landowners home and she gave us permission and use of her back yard to approach the trail they had made to access it. (The house on the hill with the paved driveway at this intersection are the landowners.) Not many markers left standing and I'm sure there were some we probably missed that may have been on the ground as the leaves off the trees was deep. As I'm sure there are probably several below the surface too as often seen in these old cemeteries. Baack40 took coordinates while we were there and posted to have the cemetery page updated with those. So a map should be on the page soon. Hope this helps. ;)

Added by MissT on Nov 16, 2014 10:08 PM

Rebecca Drumm
Louis Vernon MacCloy
Thank you for the correction. This probably happened with an edit that I did not check out. Louis is connected to the correct David now.

Added by Rebecca Drumm on Nov 13, 2014 5:29 PM

crystal mccloy durben
joyce mccloy
The information you have on Robert McCloys infant baby is incorrect. Her mom was also named joyce and she is not buried at south lawn. She is at ostego.

Added by crystal mccloy durben on Nov 08, 2014 1:42 PM

RE: William J Bair
Thank you for the link to Dover cemeteries. I wasn't aware that it existed and I found some of my Rosenberry's and Emersons.

Thank you agein!

Added by cnelson on Nov 07, 2014 4:23 PM

William J Bair
Hello, I have a Rosenberry family tree and I am wondering if this memorial might be for the William J Bair on this death certificate:

Name: Wm J Bair - Maple Grove Cemetery 12-3-1935, informant O. P. Bair, Dover O.
Titles and Terms:
Event Type: Death
Event Date: 29 Nov 1935
Event Place: Dover Township, Tuscarawas County, Ohio
Residence Place: Dover, O.
Address: 227 E. 8th
Gender: Male
Age: 63
Marital Status: Married
Race: w
Occupation: R.R.Conductor B.& O.
Birth Date: 26 May 1872
Birthplace: Dover Twp, Tusc. County, O.
Birth Year (Estimated): 1872
Burial Date: 02 Dec 1935
Burial Place:
Cemetery: Maple Grove
Father's Name: Simon Bair
Father's Titles and Terms:
Father's Birthplace: Dover Twp, Tusc. County, O
Mother's Name: Sarah Rosenbury
Mother's Titles and Terms:
Mother's Birthplace: Tusc. County, Ohio
Spouse's Name: Daisy L. Barton
Spouse's Titles and Terms:
File Number: fn 69376
GS Film number: 2022569
Digital Folder Number: 004001937
Image Number: 01652

Citing this Record:
"Ohio, Deaths, 1908-1953," index and images, FamilySearch ( : accessed 07 Nov 2014), Wm J Bair, 29 Nov 1935; citing Dover Township, Tuscarawas County, Ohio, reference fn 69376; FHL microfilm 2022569.

Oliver P. Bair, is his brother and is also buried in Maple Grove Cemetery. Would you know if there is a headstone?

Thank you

Added by cnelson on Nov 06, 2014 6:40 PM

Willaim J Bair

Added by cnelson on Nov 06, 2014 6:34 PM

RE: Cheesemans related?
So, it remains a mystery for now because I do not know John Cheeseman's siblings.

Added by JACKIE NAEHRING ALLMAN on Oct 24, 2014 7:01 PM

RE: Cheeseman
Ah, thank you so much for noting the error. It was a transcription one on my part. I just corrected William John Cheeseman's birthdate. It is about (it varies depending on the source). I would be proud to be a direct descendant of William John who fought so bravely in the Civil War. I have his wife as Serepta Newkirk and his children as William (1865-1892), Anna (1869-1946), James (1892-1925), and Sarah (1875-1955). Are any of his children, on your ancestry tree?

Added by JACKIE NAEHRING ALLMAN on Oct 23, 2014 8:39 PM

RE: Lazinka Cheeseman
Thank you so much for answering so swiftly and for setting up Lazinka's memorial. I suspect that whoever filled out her death certificate may have made an error. Do you agree? I would be glad to manage her account and any other Cheeseman's you have. I am retired now and have time to devote much time to ancestry searches. Who was your last link to the Cheesemans? Are you on Jackie

Added by JACKIE NAEHRING ALLMAN on Oct 23, 2014 7:01 AM

Monroe Cemetery
Do you have another library that you might have obtained the listings for graves in Monroe cemetery other than Stark in Canton. I've contacted Stark library and their listings for Monroe in Jackson Co. do not have the names Ashmore's listed. Any new leads as to where I can get the copy of the Monroe cemetery list from would be great.

Added by Hudson on Oct 14, 2014 11:27 AM

Monroe Cemetery
Thank You..

Added by Hudson on Oct 11, 2014 10:06 PM

RE: Monroe Cemetery, Jackson, Ohio
Can you give me the name of the library that you obtained the listing of names from for Monroe Cemetery, Jackson, Ohio, so I can get a copy for myself.

Added by Hudson on Oct 09, 2014 9:49 PM

previous post
I thought your reply was excellent!!

Added by Lavidaloca on Sep 16, 2014 7:28 AM

It was a typo on my part and should have read "she" referring to Eva. The concensus is that Abraham died in 1856 and Matilda in 1833. I'm glad you caught the error. Would you like a transfer?

Added by Lavidaloca on Sep 16, 2014 7:18 AM

S J Stein
RE: Ellen P Cramer
You, sir or madam, have selected my mother as your topic, of which I was not expecting to find on this database. While you may feel you have the right to document any individual, the family should also be contacted first. According to the policy of this site, I am requesting that you transfer this memorial to me as soon as possible. Being an immediate family member, I am within my rights for such a request.

Thank you.

Added by S J Stein on Sep 09, 2014 3:41 PM

S J Stein
Ellen P Cramer
I am curious as to why you have my family member listed considering it is not on the list of family names you are interested in.

Added by S J Stein on Sep 08, 2014 3:56 PM

RE: Monroe Cemetery, Jackson, Ohio
Thank you for your response. I'm looking for a list of all the graves in this cemetery (Monroe). If you have a list I'd love a copy. The names I'm looking for are Ashmore's.

Added by Hudson on Aug 15, 2014 9:30 AM

Monroe Cemetery, Jackson, Ohio
I've been to Monroe and are unable to find headstones that you have listed. Also unable to find a listing of all the names in the cemetery on line or at ancestry. Do you have a log or full listing of the graves in Monroe? Would like to acquire a full list. Any help would be nice.
K Hudson

Added by Hudson on Aug 14, 2014 5:28 PM

sherry cain
Ebenezer Speakman
Pike Run Cemetary, Vinton County, Ohio Ebenezer wife was Elizabeth Cox Buried at Pike Run Cemetery.Joshua married Mary Wycoff 1812, Jimtown (Vinton County)

Added by sherry cain on Jul 16, 2014 10:23 AM

sherry cain
Ebenezer Speakman
Hello, I am a Speakman of Vinton Speakman, his faher was Frederick, which in turn his father was Samuel Vinton Speakman. Samuel's father was Joshua Speakman, he moved to Ohio in Piketon County. If you go to find a grave you will see that a lot of the Speakmans are buried there, Ebenzer is buried there to. Joshua came from England and built a house and had a large family. This site is great, because I found out a lot from my family generation.I would love to put a picture on here but do not know how.It seems that the Speakman's had two wifes in their life time.My great grand father Samuel did, and his father Joshua also, they died because of sickness, or child bearing.

Added by sherry cain on Jul 16, 2014 10:03 AM

Yvonne Hollenbeck
Patrick D. Connor
I see that you posted a photo of the 1850 census, however, there is more to the family of Patrick Connor. He was first married to Jane Monroe Connor. She was the mother of Fernando, Winter, Amanda and Benjamin. Jane died when Ben was born. He was raised by a grandmother while Fernando, Winter and Amanda lived with Patrick and his new wife, Nancy Dennis Connor. Benjamin is indeed the son of Patrick and is my great-grandfather.
Yvonne Hollenbeck

Added by Yvonne Hollenbeck on Jul 10, 2014 10:19 AM

Dianne Smith
RE: Charles Connor
Your message got me to remembering that after my Aunt Mary was widowed, she reconnected with an old high school beau, they married, and she became Mrs. Chuck (Charles) Connor or Conner. I'm not sure of the spelling. I never met him, and they have both since passed away. Small world?
A third cousin of mine, on my mother's side of the family, contacted me last talking we discovered I had dated her first cousin while in middle school! REALLY small world!

Added by Dianne Smith on Jul 09, 2014 3:24 PM


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