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|Debbie Day||RE: Hill Cemetery|
The cemetery is at the end of a short lane/driveway that is right next to a house but I don't think it is owned by the people who live there. We visited the cemetery and had no trouble getting in and wandering around taking pictures. There were people out an around and no one stopped us or asked us to leave. Are you related to the Hills in this cemetery? If so, I'd love to exchange info. I'm related to Robert Hill's brother George Hill and Rosamond Welsh Hill's sister Mary "Polly" Welsh Hill.
|Gail Allen||RE: Naylors|
Of course, feel free to use the Naylor photos.
|Christina ||Mary McElroy|
I have added photos for the McElroys in the lot.
Sec U Lot 469
Sublot 2 Space 1 Viola McElroy d1950
Space 2 Ernest McElroy d1966
Sublot 3 Space 1 Mary McElroy d1983
Space 2 Samuel McElroy d1960
|Carol-Jeanne Brown Shaw||Mt. Pleasant Cemetery|
I will be going to this cemetery in June 2014. I will be pulling more headstones out of the woods and trying to piece them together. Hopefully I will find more of the originals. I found many headstone bases and footstones but there were no names on them. It appears that the trees were allowed to grow to full maturity around and in the original cemetery grounds. I am trying to find them and pull them out to the open area. Check the Find A Grave for this cemetery at the end of July to see if any more were added.
|Rachel's mom||Cinda K Stinson|
Linked to her parents.
|Gene Wilt||Glendine Louise Naylor Kelly|
Suggested corrections have been made.
You have my permission to use the photos for personal use.
Thanks for the information.
Washington Court House
Fayette County, Ohio 43160
I havn't found anything to led me to her parents other than looking on other people's trees Richard Cross and Mary? Lake. How did they connect them? I havn't been able too. I wasn't for sure if that was George that died in 1896, he was in the 1880 census. I thought he would have a will but cant find one online in Highland Co.
His son Jesse was married twice but the dates on his stone and the death cert. dont match by a few years on both birth and death dates. IDK if that had to do anything to do with his son Edgar Leaverton. Jesse is buried at the same cemetery as Nancy and George. I didn't ask the lady to connect him but I'm sure that is George and Nancy son.
Talk to you later, Barbara
Added by Daisy on Dec 21, 2013 9:05 AM
Nancy is my Mother-in-law's GG Grandma and my son's 4th Great Grandma.
Added by Daisy on Dec 20, 2013 8:22 AM
Thanks for the info and I changed it. This is my mother in laws family that she has never got to know. So I thought try to research them and tell her what I find, and got so confused because of the amount to Leaverton's having children and all those children having such big families with the same names. So I went back going thru my stuff and seeing where Solomon got married about 1808 and kinda ruled him out,,LOL
Added by Daisy on Dec 09, 2013 3:51 AM
|Donna McElroy||RE: Horace E. Austin|
It could be possible that there was a headstone that was knocked over and covered over with grass. I see that their daughters' headstone is on the ground and getting covered over.
Perhaps cemetery records would help in finding their burial location.
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