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Blake Andrews (#47766841)
 member for 3 years, 3 months, 28 days
re: Protor family
Hi there! I am so happy you found them and I enjoy transferring memorials. I added Louise's maiden name and exact DOB since Ancestry recently made available PA death certificates from 1904-1963.

I have also taken the liberty of transferring James Proctor. Hope you do not mind. Curiously, he is listed as a foster son, but since he is in the same cemetery I thought perhaps there could be a connection to the other Proctor's.


Added by 47730809 on Mar 25, 2015 11:38 AM

Barb S
RE: Hattie Eller
Hi Blake
I am not related to Hattie Eller. I was at Riverside to do a photo request for someone else and decided to take additional pics and post them.


Added by Barb S on Mar 11, 2015 6:25 PM

Hattie Eller
All yours. Please forward any updates to name, birth date or death date, I have a spreadsheet on the cemetery

Added by ProgBase on Mar 11, 2015 12:06 PM

John P. Birosak
RE: Antanas Andrukaitis

It was a random flower - I did look him up on and there was a Pennsylvania Death Certificate listed. Let me know if you belong to - if not, I can relay the info to you. Best of luck in your search.


Added by John P. Birosak on Feb 13, 2015 9:37 AM

John V.
Hi Blake
Anthony Andriukaitis's father also had the name Anthony. On a side note, may I ask if the Andriukaitis men in your ancestry lived long lives? My grandfather died at 42 from the flu and his son (my uncle) died in his 50s from leukemia. The Andriukaitis women I know of lived well into their 80s. It's a small sample but it got me wondering.

Added by John V. on Feb 11, 2015 3:35 PM

John V.
Hi, thanks for the note. There's probably some relationship with our grandparents as I can't believe that name is very common. I was able to get my grandfather's death certificate with a slight variation on the spelling. It says his father (my great grandfather) was Anthony and his mother was Elizabeth. I don't know if that was Americanized versions of their names or not but they never came to the U.S. as far as I know.

Added by John V. on Feb 08, 2015 8:06 AM

Linda Darlene Lathrop Raymer
RE: Johnson Family/Darwin Cemetery
Hello Blake, I think Ruth's father had a bit of an Indian look about him. Ruth somewhat did, but not like her father. It has been some years, since then, time passes fast. Ruth died at a old age. She lived at her home for years. I was down at Darwin a few weeks ago, and guess I could have ask some questions. Ruth has a daughter that lives in Marshall, not far from Darwin. She probably would know a lot more that I did. Linda

Added by Linda Darlene Lathrop Ray... on Aug 25, 2014 1:39 AM

Linda Darlene Lathrop Raymer
RE: Johnson Family/Darwin Cemetery
Hello, I knew Ruth and her father. I was from Darwin, and Ruth Johnson Renshaw and her father were there, but I never talked to them a lot. I do know the father was from Ark., and that he played the banjo, lol. I am sorry that I couldn't help you more. Linda

Added by Linda Darlene Lathrop Ray... on Aug 21, 2014 11:12 PM

Kari Olson
RE: Henry C Gurney memorial stone
thanks .... i messed up and linked his wife to this memorial AND the burial site! So I hope the owner dosnt accept it! Ha or i will have to change it.

Added by Kari Olson on Jul 16, 2014 1:23 PM

Kari Olson
Henry C Gurney memorial stone
Hi Do you mind if i add this memorial stone photo to my family tree with credit to you for the photo?

Added by Kari Olson on Jul 16, 2014 11:09 AM

RE: Re: Amsden/Ashtabula Co.
I should also add that, should you get stuck on a certain piece of info, please let me know and I will see if I have anything that helps. But I think you would be much better off gleaning what documentation you can from the FamilySearch site first.

Added by skye on May 27, 2014 5:06 PM

RE: Re: Amsden/Ashtabula Co.
I would try checking here for the records you need:

That's where I find most of my documentation. When it gets to the point of being too early to find in the records there, I have had to rely on on-line family trees. Hopefully you can find one/some that provide sources for the info in the tree.

Added by skye on May 27, 2014 4:49 PM

Re: Amsden/Ashtabula Co.
Hi! I am not sure what I can do for you, as I don't hold any actual records, just the occasional on-line transcription. What do you need? I'd be happy to help if I can, but I'm not sure I will be of any assistance.

Added by skye on May 27, 2014 11:07 AM

Marilyn Nichols Trumbull
RE: Ruth Jenne Allen
Thanks for your message. Actually I'm a shirttail cousin. My grandmother (Chadwick) Nichols was my link to Olive. Many years ago the Covells attended the Murphy Family Reunion. I met them years ago out at the Covell house out in Geneva, Ashtabula, OH. When time permits I'll go to the attic & pull out the Murphy/Balch/Chadwick genealogy & perhaps I can find more info.

Added by Marilyn Nichols Trumbull on Jan 14, 2014 8:10 PM

Lisa Mitch
Fred Proctor
Fred is My Grandfather.

Added by Lisa Mitch on Dec 31, 2013 9:45 AM

Law-Miller Roots
RE: Sterling Wing
You're welcome. Best of Luck in your research.

Added by Law-Miller Roots on Nov 29, 2013 10:29 PM

John Dowdy
RE: Alden Smith Fletcher, Jr.
Thank You.

Added by John Dowdy on Nov 18, 2013 1:19 PM

RE: Cpl. Pryor Gobble
My bad, I've got 10 things going at once.
I could all his info but where the parents are buried, without looking at my notes here somewhere, I think she said he was buried next to two brothers. I'll go back someday and try to find them, when I find one like him I end up spending about 45-60 mins on them and keep falling behind my projected date is to be done my spring.


Added by GraveHunter on Nov 16, 2013 6:50 PM

RE: Cpl. Pryor Gobble
Thank you for taking the time and photographing Gobble's marker, I started a project with the Korean War Memorial here in Dayton, I'am very shocked on how many soldiers don't have any type of memorial at all, and Gobble was one I was finishing up and saw he was returned and buried here in Ohio, I called up to the township office and spoke with Amy I was trying to find his parents, she didn't have any info to help me on that, only his brothers were there.
Out of 8182 names ion the wall I have a little over 1000 done and I would say half of them didn't have a memorial at all, I hope to finish them all by next year sometime.

Added by GraveHunter on Nov 16, 2013 5:00 PM

You're welcome! Judith

Added by Lavidaloca on Nov 12, 2013 3:09 PM

RE: Vaughn Betzer
thank you so very much! :)

Added by candy on Nov 07, 2013 1:37 PM

Gerald "Jerry" Hobson
Riverside Cemetery
Thanks very mich for the Goodfield and Harkins headstne photos. I appreciate your help.

Added by Gerald "Jerry" Hobson on Nov 07, 2013 10:11 AM

455th AAA Historian
Erland Ahlberg

Thanks so much for the tombstone photo of Erland, member of the 455th AAA Bn. in WWII. Much appreciated!

Added by 455th AAA Historian on Nov 06, 2013 12:02 PM

Shirley Kloberdanz Arendt
Sally Cone
Thank you so much for the photo for Sally Cone!

Added by Shirley Kloberdanz Arendt on Nov 06, 2013 7:28 AM

Pat Evans
RE: Polly Clark
Not sure who George is? Thank you for your help with locating the grave markers.

Added by Pat Evans on Nov 05, 2013 2:40 PM


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