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Gary Kibble (#47690853)
 member for 3 years, 3 months, 27 days
RE: Mary Graham, 1831-1887
I should have been more clear. Glad you figured out what I was trying to say. :)

Added by Sue on Feb 02, 2012 8:55 PM

Dalene Worthington
Ann Eliza Engles
Thank you so much for giving the information about Ann's mother. They are now linked. Each one of our family members, no matter from what generation, is all linked by the love of family. And it is people like you and so many others that have helped me and my children unite the family love links on their fathers side of the family. It is really hard to express the way taht we are really so very grateful to all of you that has helped us with their fathers side of the family. God bless, keep safe and well.

Added by Dalene Worthington on Feb 02, 2012 3:52 PM

Mary Graham, 1831-1887
According to, a Mary Graham 1831-Jan 13, 1887 is buried in Oak Ridge Cemetery, Muscatine County, IA.

Added by Sue on Feb 02, 2012 12:48 PM

Leon Barton
Edith M. Zepp
I have made the links for Edith M. Zepp to her parents. Have a great day and God Bless.

Added by Leon Barton on Feb 02, 2012 11:17 AM

Georgia Smith
Hi Gary, I added all the info, If you'd like, I can transfer management to you, just let me know if you want them. It will be no problem. Georgia

Added by Georgia Smith on Feb 01, 2012 10:34 AM

Georgia Smith
Klein headstones
Hi Gary, Ignore that last email, sorry, I was working on two famililes at the same time. Your's was Sultz. I did find that Schultz/Sultz stone for Mary but it was buried and only got the top part as you can see. Records show that Amelia, Henry and M. Schultz/Sultz are all buried in the same plot (B8 Lot 51)No stone for Amelia just Henry.
On Block 5 Lot 8, there is a Henry E and his wife Mae R Beeley Sultz buried But I have no clue if there is a connection to all of them. These aare the only Sultz families mentioned in the records. Georgia

Added by Georgia Smith on Jan 31, 2012 9:22 PM

Georgia Smith
klein headstones
Hi Gary, I took pictures of the Klein family. The big Klein heastone is in the middle of the plot. On the west side is Clara, Elmer, Fred, Eva, and William. (Not in that order, tho.)Looks like it's a whole family. The east side has Peter and Belle(Isabelle). Some of the missing dates you need are on their stones. Block 9 Lot 225. If you want an overall view, I can go back and get it. Just let me know. Georgia

Added by Georgia Smith on Jan 31, 2012 9:11 PM

RE: Thanks!
Hi Gary,

Looking from the road, Jacob & Elizabeth are next to the fence on the right, 2 or 3 rows in from the front. The entire cemetery is probably only 50x50'. It is in excellent condition, very well maintained.

FYI I also took a photo for Jacob Coppersmith. I found no other Coppersmith's.


Added by Don on Jan 28, 2012 4:52 PM

Carol Bryant
I'm sorry to say I am not familiar with the
Ward family. Carol bryant

Added by Carol Bryant on Jan 27, 2012 10:24 AM

Sheila Acker Dryer
Minnerly Headstone
Thank you so much for posting Albert Minnerly's tombstone! Sheil

Added by Sheila Acker Dryer on Jan 16, 2012 12:40 PM

Marie Bonafonte
RE: Great photos
Thanks for the complement. Not all my photos though turn out as well as I would like it to. I've found though that most important for those old headstones is to have the stone facing the sun especially brownstone - unfortunately I didn't discover this until well after I had done a number of old cemeteries. And then sometimes I just can't go back to a particular cemetery since it is a one-stop for me and so I take what I can get. I also use Microsoft Office Picture Manager for headstones - I use other photo softwares but found this the best for cemetery projects.


Added by Marie Bonafonte on Jan 15, 2012 1:39 PM

Sleepy Hollow Cemetery
Thanks for the pictures of the Van Wert and Martling graves. I greatly appreciate your effort.

Added by RMCharlie on Jan 14, 2012 10:40 PM

Christina Martling
Thank you, Gary, for going to the trouble of getting a picture of my 4th great-grandmother's headstone. It is much appreciated.

Added by maternatura on Jan 14, 2012 6:13 PM

Mary Joan
Kibble Cemetery
Just discovered there is a Kibble Ceemetery in Defiance County! Here is the find a grave link

Parminas and Willian Nelson Kibble and their wives are buried there! Plus several more Kibbles.

I have contacted the creator of the memorials and asked them to make the family links.

I like your photo! I have Keller 1st cousins in Idaho!

Added by Mary Joan on Jan 13, 2012 9:11 PM

Mary Joan
Welcome to Find A Grave! You are "off and running" by adding 33 photos already!! I have sent an EMAIL to you regarding your inquiry about a Sarah M. Kibble and her father James. The email has two attachments

The Kibble Find a Grave Photo requests I fulfilled were for:

Edwin B. Kibble b.1865 Defiance Co.OH d. 1935
Find A Grave Memorial# 76980788

Cora Armina Koch Kibble b. 1869 d. 1937
Find A Grave Memorial# 76980817

John E. Kibble b.1891 Defiance Co OH d. 1947
Find A Grave Memorial# 76980700

Ethel May Campbell Kibble b. 1895 d. 1997
Find A Grave Memorial# 76980716

Edwin and Cora are the Parents of John E.

Added by Mary Joan on Jan 12, 2012 8:51 PM

RE: Thanks for the Photo
You're very welcome. The markers near her are for George and Rebecca Wolf on one side, Nathan Little, Elias Lovel, Ellen and William Little on the other.

I've picked up your next two Coppersmith requests, and hope to get them on the next clear day. Fyi, Annie is in the next row, roughly the same position as Susan, whereas Granville and Senora are in a different section of the cemetery - although not all that far away.

Added by TerriwithaC on Jan 12, 2012 5:45 PM


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