|Paul Rompel (#47449196)|
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Retired from 30yrs of building homes. I finally have time to spend with my ancestry. I have been researching my genealogy as a hobby for 40yrs and now hoping to put all of my work into book form. Looks like about two yrs, with luck. |
Feel free to use any of the photos I have posted.
The surnames immediate to my linage are: Albertsen, Aquilino, Barker, Blaettnar, Boyd, Brown, Byers, Cervelli, Chase, Driesbach, French, Geary, Kirchdorfer, Koch, Rompel, Singer, Tracy, & Weed. As a Submarine Veteran, myself and other SubVets have been placing memorials for Submarine Veterans and offering additional information to those already existing.
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|B. Charette||RE: Alfred Charette|
Thank you Paul. Much thanks to you for putting the initial information up on the site.
|Maggie||RE: John Weed|
Oh I've added more WEEDS to Beech Grove in case you were looking for them....
Added by Maggie on Nov 04, 2013 6:21 PM
|Maggie||RE: John Weed|
Hi Paul, sometimes the stone is wrong, I never know but thought I'd notify you. Thanks for reply....
Added by Maggie on Nov 04, 2013 6:17 PM
|Deborah Vogel||Pearl Nelson Cowdery|
I believe you have confused two couples & added the wrong wife to the Find-A-Grave site for this man. The wife of Pearl Nelson Cowdery was Nettie Leora Beam (1892-1971). Nettie Alice Bascomb lived in Turnbull county, not Meigs county, Ohio and her husband was Nelson Almon Cowdery. To further add to the confusion both couples had a daughter named Ruth & were both married in 1912 in Wood county, West Virginia.
|Lisa Creeger Perry||RE: William Hanmer Byers|
;-) Good Luck
|MissT||RE: Clifton O Rizer|
Thank you for the transfer of Clifton. And thank you again for adding his memorial. I really appreciate it!
Added by MissT on Mar 25, 2013 7:03 AM
|MissT||Clifton O Rizer|
I was wondering if you have no relation to Clifton O Rizer #106455796 if you would transfer him. He is my ggg grandfather. After years of searching I'm so happy to have found him! Thank you so much for adding his memorial!
Added by MissT on Mar 25, 2013 6:15 AM
|Michael Brewer||Florence Woolum|
findagrave memorial #106541339 is buried in Grand Prairie Cemetery, not Bretz Cemetery. I will go out shortly to see if there is a grave marker.
|Barbara Baker Anderson||Daniel Bosworth|
You have Daniel listed as a son for Hezekiah Bosworth and he really is the son of Hezekiah Bosworth, Jr and his wife, Emily. Hezekiah Bosworth, Jr's Find A Grave number is 47315465.
|Judy Miller||RE: Don Bernath|
How ironic. We went to the First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) around the block from the Methodist Church. In fact, when the school blew up in 1960, we went to the eighth grade in the Methodist Church.
We lived north of Wauseon. My great grandfather was the last living Civil War veteran in Ohio when he died in 1951.
It's just sad that someone so young dies at such a young age.
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