Thank you for the wonderful stone photo for Margaret G. Moore Van Sickles. Very much appreciated.
Added by Henrietta (47274097) on May 17, 2015 6:26 PM
|Lorraine Hatch||Marcus F. Schoonover|
Thank you so very much for taking photograph of Marcus and also his parents tombstone.
Added by Lorraine Hatch on May 17, 2015 4:29 PM
|Brenda Neal Hedges||RE: re Thomas Neel (1830-1904)|
If you are referring to Thomas Neel b)1830 d) 2/15/1904, this is all that I have so far: Samuel Neel (1786-1862) as his father. His mother was Mary Jane Oursler (1792-1874) Samuel was born in Pa; Mary Jane was born in Virginia. They both died in Brown Co, Ohio. Burial for both Sam and Mary was Aberdeen, Ohio. Thomas was married to Margaret Jane Kidd b) 1835 d)1914. I just started working on Sam and Mary J. and haven't checked everything as of yet. I do think all of this is correct though. I'm on Ancestry.com. I use only actual facts. I don't use family data... because that is just what someone "thinks" is correct. I don't have anything on Joseph yet. If you need any more help just let me know. It will take a little while before I can get this part of the family done.
Added by Brenda Neal Hedges on May 08, 2015 10:17 PM
|Karen Garvey||RE: re Steinbaugh|
Hello - you sent me on an interesting search now. I could not locate a headstone for Laura Steinbaugh at Woodlawn, the section she is buried in had no stone for her. I was dismayed at the lack of headstones since most of the people buried in that section passed in the 1940's. They had the gave numbers written in an old big book but no mapping in which to locate them. It was just an area of sunken in graves. When I go back I will look up her son Elmer. I did find this information out (not sure if you are family to him) I found his West Virgina marriage license to Grace Stinebaugh. Interesting because she had basically the same last name only spelled differently. For some reason this spelling was transferred to him. I found them on the 1940 US Census in which their childrens ages show that she must of been married prior - or that they had all these children out of wedlock which is why they went to West Virginia to get married instead of Aliquippa where he lived - they both were born in McKeesport, PA. Anyway I like trying to figure out what might have happened. Here are the links to the pages I found.http://www.wvculture.org/vrr/va_view2.aspx?FilmNumber=871003&ImageNumber=565 and https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1971-27803-1864-43?cc=2000219 I hope they open for you to see.
Thanks for writing - Karen
Added by Karen Garvey on May 06, 2015 10:46 AM
|Michael J Kapan||RE: re: Kapan family|
I did get an email from a long lost relative that I have never met. Thank you so much for your help.
Added by Michael J Kapan on Apr 28, 2015 11:33 AM
|Sarah J.||John Newton McCleary|
Thank you for making a memorial for John Newton McCleary. He is my 3rd great-grandfather on my mother's side. Could you please transfer him to me? Thanks.
Added by Sarah J. on Apr 26, 2015 4:03 PM
|Dean Hirst||RE: re: Hirst family|
Thanks for the inquiry but I can't help you at all. I don't know any of those names. I guess we Hirsts' are a different line.
Added by Dean Hirst on Apr 17, 2015 5:42 PM
|Sue Mueller||Ida Jean Miller 21079240|
Cliff Miller's picture is here. Please delete from this memorial and put on Cliff's. Thanks.
Added by Sue Mueller on Apr 08, 2015 9:22 PM
|Blake Allison Andrews||RE: re: Protor family|
Hi and thanks again for the transfers! John Proctor is a mystery to us! But I will find out exactly who this little boy was. Thanks for that transfer, gives me something to sink my teeth into. I love sleuthing. :)
Added by Blake Allison Andrews on Mar 26, 2015 7:19 AM
|Blake Allison Andrews||Proctors|
Thank you so much for the speedy transfer!
Added by Blake Allison Andrews on Mar 25, 2015 12:22 PM
|Blake Allison Andrews||Henry and Louise Proctor|
Hello, would you be so kind as to transfer Henry Freeman Proctor (#101731473) and his wife Louise Proctor (#101731473) memorials to me. These are my husband's great-grandparents and we never knew were they were buried - until I found them on here today. Thanks so very much.
Added by Blake Allison Andrews on Mar 25, 2015 10:43 AM
|Darlene (Fleming) Utterback||Dane Carmen Warner # 102323939|
Hi Would you please transfer Dane Carmen Warner to me to maintain. Dane is my 1st cousin, He is the son of my mother's sister Georgia Anna CAMP 1st married name Warner last married name Hosford. I would appreciate it so much. Thank you very much.
Darlene Fleming Utterback
Added by Darlene (Fleming) Utterba... on Feb 19, 2015 6:39 PM
|Gary Osborn||John C. Hull|
The death certificate for John Clark Hull of Girard, PA states that he was born 28 Apr 1863 in Owego, Tioga Co., NY the son of Wesley Hull and Delia Wheeler. His wife Ida Reed Hull was born 14 May 1864 in Plymouth, Grafton Co., NH.
Added by Gary Osborn on Feb 11, 2015 12:18 PM
|Deb||Pelton / Marshall|
Thanks for the quick updates.
Added by Deb on Feb 10, 2015 2:52 PM
|sharon d wagner||Howard Myers headstone|
Thank you so much for the photo! Our family appreciates it. Thanks again, Sharon
Added by sharon d wagner on Jan 26, 2015 7:39 PM
|searcher||Annabelle E. Hobel Myers Stewart # 131617353|
Thank you for taking the time to photograph the headstone and upload the photo for Annabelle E. Hobel Myers Stewart. It confirms that she was buried next to her first husband, Howard Scott Myers, when I am unable to travel to the cemetery myself. Your efforts are much appreciated.
Added by searcher on Jan 26, 2015 2:53 PM
|Carol Sherbeck Espiritu||Rev John Cook Scofield|
Thank you for photographing Rev. Scofield's tombstone. The photograph provided the information that his wife is interred there also and gave her dates. Your photograph is much appreciated.
Added by Carol Sherbeck Espiritu on Jan 26, 2015 1:08 PM
|WVG||George C Maxham|
Thanks for posting the information on Geeorge Maxham, Can you tell me how you obtained the precise records of his dates of birth and death. He was my great-grandfather, and his wife Lydia Mae Cornell remarried after his death. She did not say very much about him from that point on.
Added by WVG on Jan 22, 2015 7:30 AM
Many thanks for prompt and positive response.
Added by Jerome2 on Jan 16, 2015 9:45 AM
|Chuck Metcalfe||RE: re Charlotte Iversen|
Thank you for offering and transferring her memorial to me. And thank you for all you do for the Find-a-Grave community.
Added by Chuck Metcalfe on Jan 16, 2015 8:31 AM
Please may I have your permission to reproduce your photograph of the stone for Jonas Wendell in a blog dealing with the history of some of his religious associates in the 19th century. I would of course give full acknowledgement, and this is a non-commercial venture.
Added by Jerome on Jan 16, 2015 7:52 AM
|Chuck Metcalfe||RE: re Charlotte Iversen|
Thank you for the offer to transfer, I would be happy to manage her memorial, she is my wife's aunt.
Please leave your picture on the memorial, your picture shows her maiden name better than the picture I took.
And thank you for adding this memorial and updating the information.
Added by Chuck Metcalfe on Jan 15, 2015 11:05 AM
|Vicki Cooper||E Joseph Hewitt & Adella|
Thank you so much for the transfers of these two memorials. I have added additional information to their already established memorials.
Thank you again!
Added by Vicki Cooper on Jan 05, 2015 9:41 AM
|Ginger & Steve Bollinger||RE: re: James Gearhart|
I have placed the photo onto the memorial created by Mr. Patterson. And yes, this seems to be a problem. I have seen this before in other locations where two cemeteries have the same/ similar name. I had a fun time trying to straighten out memorials for two cemeteries in my home town in Butler County. It's not always easy, but Find A Grave is accommodating once they know you know what you're doing. And I had fun "relocating" my grandparents cemetery; not sure how/why, but someone had it located two counties away (some 50 miles). I wound up "care- taker" for that cemetery! I'm surprised they didn't make me caretaker for the two in my home town. Anyway, thanks for straightening this out. I don't like duplicates either; it just wastes needed computer "space".
Added by Ginger & Steve Bollinger on Dec 26, 2014 10:58 AM
|Anonymous||RE: re Celesta Greene|
Greetings MrsJB and Happy Holidays,
You have made such a great contribution in your selfless efforts to record these cemeteries in your area. I was going through my public messages and noticed this one and I can't recall if we ever addressed this issue. I think what we may be dealing with is simply variations in spelling. From the bio of her brother in a Kansas newspaper where he lived, it states that they received a common education in Springboro. Maybe spelling wasn't the forte'. The same holds true for sibling Melissa whose tombstone reads Malissa. None the less, somewhere online, inscriptions on some of the stones in this cemetery are recorded and Celesta or Calista's was recorded as the following:
D of John and Mary Casler
W of Charles H
Added by Anonymous on Dec 26, 2014 10:20 AM