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Joyce Niswander (#48034852)
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Peggy G. O'Leary
Moorheads
Joyce, thank you for helping to "clean up" the duplicates. And for all of your other assistance, as well with Jane "Jennie" Bonham. Blessings!

Added by Peggy G. O'Leary on May 24, 2016 6:04 AM

Joseph Crone
T's
Ur welcome i am sometimes slow but eventualloy get them done

joe

Added by Joseph Crone on May 23, 2016 5:10 AM

CJS
Opperman and Wickham photos.
Joyce thanks for all the photos.
Carl

Added by CJS on May 22, 2016 7:58 PM

CJS
Opperman photos
Joyce,

Thanks for the photos for Linda and Steven.

Carl

Added by CJS on May 19, 2016 7:11 AM

Peggy G. O'Leary
J H Smith
Thanks for the research. I never knew the grave was unmarked. They had a daughter,Kitty; I'll see if I can find her. You are the greatest!

Added by Peggy G. O'Leary on May 17, 2016 8:55 PM

CJS
Homer Bartchlett photo
Joyce,
Thanks for the photos for Doris and Homer.

Carl

Added by CJS on May 17, 2016 10:13 AM

Peggy G. O'Leary
The Hull Family
Thank you, Joyce. You've been busy! This family has been difficult for me to track due to unmarked graves and my lack of access to newspaper records. My relative, Malinda Bonham, married Walton W. Hull. She helped with the inventories of some of her siblings probates. Her handwriting is incredibly beautiful! You've helped tremendously in honoring them with memorial photos and information.

Added by Peggy G. O'Leary on May 14, 2016 5:48 AM

Raven Smith Millwood
RE: Barton Family
Ashbank Cemetery Winston County Al. has 14 Bartons listed.

Added by Raven Smith Millwood on May 10, 2016 7:12 PM

Raven Smith Millwood
RE: Barton Family
You Are very Welcome

Added by Raven Smith Millwood on May 10, 2016 7:02 PM

Dana Fox Mariner
RE: Philip and Lydia Smith
Thank you so much, Joyce. I have been having major computer problems & I've been occupied with joining the DAR so I'm a little behind on my messages right now. I appreciate all of your hard work & look forward to seeing what else you find.

Added by Dana Fox Mariner on May 10, 2016 5:49 PM

Peggy G. O'Leary
RE: Amanda Kelley
How can that be corrected? I've seen it, and wanted it corrected for years. Also, Amanda's last name is spelled "Kelley", like her father's name. I've never found a grave for him in Hancock County, but I firmly believe he lived with Nancy until he died. She used her Bonham surname late in life, I suppose because of the number of children she had with Johnson Bonham. I've searched the online newspapers at Ancestry.com, but they do not have newspapers from Findlay, OH. That's a real burden for me since I have SO MANY relatives there.

Added by Peggy G. O'Leary on May 10, 2016 3:48 PM

Peggy G. O'Leary
Amanda Kelley
Thank you for finding Amanda. I have looked for her for 20 years, without success. She was the only child born to Nancy (nee) Oliver Bonham and her second husband, Mr Kelley. She lived with her 1/2 brother, Isaac Bonham and was a caregiver for many of her 1/2 siblings. I believe she had angel wings! Thank you for honoring her. Hows did you obtain the information to locate her?

Added by Peggy G. O'Leary on May 10, 2016 5:13 AM

Peggy G. O'Leary
Lida Hull/daughterHull
I have removed my photo request for this individual, as you recommended.

Added by Peggy G. O'Leary on May 09, 2016 3:48 PM

Peggy G. O'Leary
RE: Zachariah Bonham Family
Yes, Zachariah Bonham remarried, but I don't recall her name (maybe Katie Koontz). Fred Fishell Bonham, was murdered by his sister, Blanche Bonham Halsey. It was widely covered in the newspapers at the time. He was an invalid at the time, and it is speculated that she was weary of caring for him. Shot him in bed, in the back of the head with a shotgun. She was convicted and incarcerated. Since Blanche was the last to die, I wonder who took care of having her name and dates placed on the monument?

Added by Peggy G. O'Leary on May 09, 2016 6:15 AM

Peggy G. O'Leary
Zachariah Bonham Family
I want to thank you for photographing and posting the grave marker for my Bonham family relatives. This helps me to make sense of some of the things that happened to them. Theirs was a sad story. It is certainly true that a picture is worth a 1000 words. Peggy O'Leary

Added by Peggy G. O'Leary on May 08, 2016 6:54 PM

TurningHearts
Rosa and William Johns
Thank you kindly for your time and efforts in locating and photographing this stone. Your good works are much appreciated. Have a good day.

Added by TurningHearts on May 06, 2016 10:47 AM

A C Moore
The group picture of the Bonham Burials
Perfect!!!

This is exactly what I have been looking for!

I wish more people would take pictures of family groups like this. This group picture helps one understand their family.

Again,

thank you SO VERY MUCH

Adam C. Moore
Waco, Texas, USA

Added by A C Moore on May 05, 2016 7:25 PM

A C Moore
Photos of Sarah Jane Morehead Bohnam
Thank you very much for your efforts on my behalf.

I thank you, and Sarah's family and descendants thank you.

You will be rewarded for the good work you have done.

Adam C. Moore
Waco, Texas, USA

Added by A C Moore on May 05, 2016 7:22 PM

Bill Harshbarger
Catharine Hershbarger 100401655
Thanks for your photograph of her tombstone in Mount Blanchard Cemetery. Some things you might add:
Born: 1 September 1763,
Spouse: Abram Hashbarger (Abraham Harsharger), son of Christian Harshbarger, Shenandoah County, VA. Married 25 August 1791
Children:
David, b. ca 1793, m. Catherine Hickle; d. 28 August 1837 in Hancock Co., Ohio;
John, b. 1796, married Elizabeth
Joseph, b. 20 September 1797, m. Mary Frances Madux , d. 20 Nov. 1866;
Daniel--died very young
Abraham, Jr. b.8 Sep. 1801, m. Elizabeth Miller, d. 28 July 1874.
Barbara, M. Emanuel Ruffner, Jr.
Mary Ellen, b. 1808, married David Trackler.

Added by Bill Harshbarger on May 05, 2016 7:24 AM

Peggy G. O'Leary
RE: Spitler
You are correct. My "thank You" post for the Spitler grave was intended for someone else!
For over 20 years, as long as I've been researching our family history, I've wondered where Edward Walton Bonham's wife Anna Neuman Dillinger was buried. I ordered the genealogy book for Maple Grove cemeteries, but couldn't find her in there. A picture tells the whole story.....except....how did you discover the name of her 2nd husband? All I ever found was his last name, Dillinger. (I don't have access to court records in Texas.) I so appreciate the family plot information, as well. I didn't realize that there was an unmarked grave for Violet Bonham Plank, which answers another mystery for my research! Thanks to you!

Added by Peggy G. O'Leary on May 05, 2016 6:00 AM

Peggy G. O'Leary
Spitler
Thank you SO MUCH for the photograph of the Spitler grave. He was my Great Uncle.

Added by Peggy G. O'Leary on May 04, 2016 7:35 PM

Dana Fox Mariner
RE: Lydia Smith photo
Joyce, my info could be wrong. You're right, there are a lot of Smiths. Thanks for letting me know.

Added by Dana Fox Mariner on May 03, 2016 8:46 PM

SUE HENRY
Lewis D Williams
Joyce I just wanted to say thank you so much for the picture of Lewis' grave. I do so appreciate it. Nice that people can help other people with things like this.
Thank You!
Sue Henry

Added by SUE HENRY on May 03, 2016 7:17 PM

Dana Fox Mariner
Lydia Smith photo
Thank you so much, Joyce. Her son was married to my great-aunt. I assumed that her husband, Philip, would be on the same monument so I don't know if he has a separate monument.

Added by Dana Fox Mariner on May 03, 2016 3:51 PM

Bill Krebs
Henry Gardner
Thank you for the great pics

Added by Bill Krebs on May 02, 2016 3:45 AM

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