|Eric Flint (#47065981)|
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I was born in Paulding County, OH and lived there for 35 of my 43 years. I currently live in Hicksville, OH. I am the father of a 10 year old daughter and a 6 year old son.If I have created a memorial for a relative of yours, I will gladly transfer it to you.If I have added a picture for a photo request that you have placed, then the photo is yours to use how you wish.|
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|Jennifer Adam||Thank you!|
Thank you Eric for taking the time to take those photos! You are so kind! It is very much appreciated! Thank you again! :)
|Joe Payne||RE: Blue Cemetery|
I wasn't sure how to mark the location exactly. Here's a link to a close up of the cemetery location. Looking on a map it is basically a clump of trees surrounded by a corn / soybean field.
|Joe Payne||RE: Blue Cemetery|
I have lived in Defiance since June of 2014. I've never lived this far in northern Ohio before. I was doing a series on some of the pillars in our church. While I was researching, I accidentally came across the Snook name. My mother's mother was a Snook. A little digging showed me that the Snooks up here are distant cousins. It was cool to have a connection up here, however remote.
The family search records told me William Snook was buried in Blue Cemetery in Defiance County. As you know, it is non existent on any maps today. So I checked out one of the old maps and found it. I made my way down 424 toward Ft. Wayne, turned right on Jacobs Rd, went to the end of the gravel lane (Jacobs Trail on maps.) Getting out of the car, I searched up and down along the Maumee. Finally, I turned and saw the clump of trees, and wondered if that was the cemetery in its wild and untamed state. As I made my way over, sure enough, almost right in front of me was the partially broken Snook stone. There are perhaps half a dozen other grave markers at least partially visible. It's on private land, but I assume the owners don't live here.
I am glad you contacted me. Since I am new to this I am not sure how to correct previously submitted info. That one pic of the Broken Snook stone that has the "Will..." stove sitting on top needs to be removed from "find a grave."
We will talk more.
Here's the mapquest link.
Thank you for the great tombstone pictures! I sure appreciate your time and help in getting these.
|Esther Bavis||Peter Long|
The tomb stone says died 1855 (Which is right) the date on the site says 1863. Peter Long, Jr. was my third great grandfather, his wife Sarah Kemp Long Murphy McKown married her 2nd husband George Murphy in 1856 in Paulding County, OH. d I have photos of part of the probate of Peter Long Sr. who died in Whitley County, IN starting who the children of Peter Long Jr. were. one being my 2nd great grandmother Margaret (also know as Peggy in the 1850 census in Portage County, OH), in the 1960 she was listed as Margaret Murphy, by the 1870 census she was married to Elias Dart. One of Peter Long Jr. and Sarah Kemp committed suicide in Paulding County, OH in 1895. Esther
|bhd||Mary P Diehl Eifrig|
Thank you for letting me know.
Added by bhd on Jan 05, 2016 7:24 AM
Thank you for the transfers.
Added by Bev. S. on Nov 05, 2015 8:18 PM
|Bev. S.||John and Lida Snider|
John 31214639 and Lida 31214671 Snider are my gg grandparents would you transfer their memorial to me?
Added by Bev. S. on Nov 01, 2015 3:35 PM
|Angie Hetherington||RE: Solomon Beard|
Wow!!! Thank you so much! He is my 4x great grandfather and I am so happy to have a copy of his stone. I appreciate your time and effort so much. Thank you again..
|Racergirl||Ruth Ann Hahn|
Thank you for the transfer of Ruth Ann.
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