|Dana Fox Mariner||Judge Festus Walters|
Thanks for the photo.
Added by Dana Fox Mariner on Jan 28, 2016 7:00 PM
|Another Family Member||RE: Sarah Dunkle photo request|
Thank you for looking and for your time!
Added by Another Family Member on Jan 28, 2016 6:54 AM
Thank you for adding headstone photos. I truly appreciate your efforts!
Added by Whimsters on Jan 11, 2016 10:00 PM
|Allan Deptula||Everette Carter, Jr.|
Find A Grave Memorial# 106200887
My name is Allan Deptula. Rusty's father was a dorm mate in the USAF. When Rusty's mother moved to Sun Prairie Wisconsin, as a friend, I would sit with Rusty so Bev and Rusty [Sr.] could have evening out. Do you know anything about the son's early death? I know that his father died in unfortunate circumstances in 1983. It's nostalgia and a bit of tenderness. My FAcebook page is open to all to view. If you know anything I'd be grateful to hear. I'm nearly certain that Beverly and Rusty, Sr. were no longer married at the time of Rusty [Sr.] death. Sincerely, Allan
Added by Allan Deptula on Jan 07, 2016 7:49 AM
|Melinda Morris Tucker||RE: From Melinda Tucker|
Wonderful!! Thank you so much. Hope the weather was cooperative for the photo shoot. Happy New Year. Melinda
Added by Melinda Morris Tucker on Dec 30, 2015 9:19 PM
|Melinda Morris Tucker||RE: From Melinda Tucker|
Thanks so much. Hope to get up there myself this coming spring. I do get to Circleville several times a year.
Added by Melinda Morris Tucker on Dec 30, 2015 4:35 AM
|Melinda Morris Tucker||From Melinda Tucker|
I've been looking for the gravesite of Catherine Adkins Renick wife of Henry C. Renick, mother of Thomas Adkins Renick and Louise A. Renick. So far, I've only located the wife of Thomas Adkins Renick, Francis Boecher Renick. Have you by any chance taken photos of any of the other graves? Catherine Adkins Renick is a daughter of Barzillai and Louisa Fissell Adkins and I'd like to link her to their memorials. Thanks for your help. Melinda Tucker, firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by Melinda Morris Tucker on Dec 28, 2015 2:56 PM
|Carol Esbenshade||Vesta Heath is my grandmother|
Thank you for your interest and contributions to the wonderful website. I have been trying to research the Heath family for many years, but living in Eastern Pennsylvania, it has been difficult.
Vesta is the daughter of Edward Walker (b. 1869 d. 1938) and Eliza Jane (McDonald) Walker (b. 1868 d. 1954). Both are buried in Forest Cemetery, Circleville.
Edward & Eliza Jane had the following children:
Twins: Vesta Anna Walker and Jesse Walker (still born)
Harry Walker b. 1898
Thomas Alvin Walker b. 1900
Audra May Walker b. 1903
Charles Alvin Walker b. 195
Added by Carol Esbenshade on Dec 24, 2015 9:49 PM
|Melinda Morris Tucker||RE: Barzillai Adkins|
Done. Thanks so much for taking an interest in Forest Cemetery. It's such a lovely resting place. Deserves such care.
Added by Melinda Morris Tucker on Dec 20, 2015 6:39 PM
|Melinda Morris Tucker||Barzillai Adkins|
This is my great grandfather and I have added him to my managed records. I'm not sure how you transfer your records to me but think that can be done so there are not two entries for the same person. I wasn't able to locate where I could just link your record to my managed records and then update info.
Added by Melinda Morris Tucker on Dec 20, 2015 3:31 PM
|Matthew A. Stevens||RE: Edit for Robert O Callihan|
Please realize that I am new to Find A Grave. It was not my intention to list Robert O. Callihan's spouse as unknown. I know that they are husband and wife as they are my grandparents. When I was listing Robert O. Callihan's parents I must have accidentally removed Marietta as his wife. Thanks for your input.
Added by Matthew A. Stevens on Dec 12, 2015 9:29 AM
|cmorris||Sarah Coney Monnett|
I thank you so much for finding and adding the photo and section information for her. She was my 4x Great-Grandmother and we didn't know where she was buried. Happy Holidays! Cheryl
Added by cmorris on Dec 06, 2015 6:41 PM
|Y||Surname Gessells and Sells|
Lemuel was my great-grandfather's "brother" raised as a full son to Obadiah and used the surname Sells. Elizabeth's will makes it very clear that John Baker and Lemuel Mills/Sells were to receive the same as the Gessells children.
The name variation is a mystery. The baby of the family and his children retained the original spelling. At least two of the other childrens obits (including my great-grand-father's) mentions the name changed from Gessells to Sells.
Look at Find A Grave Memorial# 67333309 for Wilhelm Gessells, Obidiah's grandfather. I just received a copy of his will dated 1818 and entered for probate in 1823. The will is for William Sells and the sons referred to as Cells. It seems as though if one cannot read and write English, your name will be written as it sounds. Property records may have passed as "Sells" from the will and influenced the spelling for some more than others.
Thank you for helping
Added by Y on Dec 02, 2015 1:18 PM
|Martin Weybright||Clayton Hampp|
Hi, thanks for your photo of his grave stone. Best wishes.
Added by Martin Weybright on Nov 18, 2015 7:15 PM
|Danielle||Thomas A Tatman|
Thanks for adding a photo & for sending over edits. Much appreciated!
Added by Danielle on Nov 04, 2015 11:37 AM
|Y||Find A Grave Memorial# 101133965|
Re: Lemuel G Sells
I would like for you to transfer the referenced memorial to me so that I may add military as well as family info.
Added by Y on Oct 23, 2015 9:38 PM
|RMH||John Wesley Leach|
Thank you for getting this picture. It was much appreciated.
Added by RMH on Oct 19, 2015 3:36 PM
|Lorrie||John & Mary Emerson|
Thank you for adding your photos to my memorials for John & Mary. My memorials are correct and documented as to John's parents. His mother Pheraby was my gg-aunt and I have her Will and also her marriage record to Thomas Emerson in 1842. Again, I very much appreciate the photos, which are very clear and really nice. THANK YOU!
Added by Lorrie on Oct 19, 2015 2:12 PM
|Sue Ann (Thomas) Sowers||Roy Dunkle|
Thanks for the photo of the Marker.
Added by Sue Ann (Thomas) Sowers on Oct 10, 2015 8:18 PM
|valerie gray||RE: Thank you for the Millar info on the new grave pictures|
thanks for the new information. I confirmed that they are part of my family line. Here is some more verified (I found sources for all the information given) information that might be added to the sites.
Wanda P Davis b. 28 Nov 1914 in Ohio, m 28 Feb 1936 in Pickaway County, Ohio William Edward Millar b 19 Feb 1914 Pickaway County, Ohio d. 26 Jul 1998 Columbus Franklin County, Ohio
Wanda and William had a daughter Nancy Ann b abt 1937 in Ohio.
Wanda's parents: Leonard Davis and Abbie B Coontz.
William's parents : Earl William Millar b Aug 1889 Ohio, d abt 1968 and Hazel D Roberts b abt 1889 Michigan d. abt 1954
Hazel D Roberts b abt 1889 and Earl William Millar had four children:
-1. Robert L Millar (there is some confusion if the middle initial is an L or an R from various sources) b. 11 Mar 1913
-2. William Edward b 19 Feb 1914
-3. Cathryn Grace Millar b 13 Jan 1916 died in infancy --(there might be a stone in Forest Cemetery for her also)
-4 Virginia Ann Millar b. 10 Jan 1918 died in infancy-- -(there might be a stone in Forest Cemetery for her also)
Robert L Millar is a son of Earl William Millar
Thank you again for sending me the information!
Added by valerie gray on Oct 01, 2015 9:18 PM
|valerie gray||another Millar request|
If you are out at Forest Cemetery Circleville
Plot: Section 11
Could you see if you could read the grave stones for:
Elizabeth Millar Thompson b. 1809 d. (1860?)
William Thompson her husband d. 1841
the three children on one grave stone:
William, Lucinda, and Michael
The grave stones are photographed but the stone not readable to me.
Added by valerie gray on Sep 10, 2015 7:10 PM
Yes, the name has gone through many spelling variations. Ancestors that came originally were from Jan Joosten Van Meteren. In the will of Hendry Mulenaer, Molenaer, Mulliner, Millar dated 26 Jan 1728 then to Van Metre. In one of his children's will , George Millar, indicated that the name was changed by 1742 to Millar, in later generations some of the decendants changed the spelling to MIller, but not all descendants changed the spelling.
Here is a statement out of the Millar du Bois book writen my a descendant of the Millar line Eva Miller Norse 1927 p 6:
' The names of James and Sarah's five children as given in the will of their grandmother, Catharine (du Bois) Millar in 1791 would suggest their father as being the James son of George Millar the Blacksmith of Pilesgrove. They are named as 'sons of James Millar; viz., George Miller, William Miller and Joseph Miller; James Miller and Yost Miller.'
Names changed with many people for multiple reasons as you must know. Your mother might also be from the MIllar line.
Happy searching. The Millar du Bois family history and Genalogy book has a wealth of information on the direct line off the Millars.
Added by valerie gray on Sep 08, 2015 11:28 AM
|valerie gray||Mary Millar grave stone pic|
I have been working on the Millar line now for some time as it is my direct line through to my mother's side.
It is a joy to have wonderful people like you to help with long distant genealogy.
Are you also from the Millar line? My family married into the Van Meters and Hennings and Harnly and Ray on the Millar side of things.
Valerie Gray in California as a 5th generation Californian
Added by valerie gray on Sep 03, 2015 10:43 AM
|sherri schaefer bagby||Blower|
Thank you for the input on Blower family memorials !
Added by sherri schaefer bagby on Aug 20, 2015 6:30 AM
|Charles Emler||RE: Joseph Imler Photo, Circleville|
My computer crashed and I dont know if you received my message 3pm 8/8/15
Can you correct the problem for me ? I fine several posts and I dont know which one you mean. I am an Emler from Tuscarawas County Ohio, but my grand parents settled at Otsego ,Muskingum Co. Oh.
Added by Charles Emler on Aug 08, 2015 1:27 PM