|Richard Culler (#46848597)|
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I grew up on a farm in Kilgore, Carroll County, Ohio. This farm has been in my family since 1803. I have a wonderful wife of 25 years, and a son and daughter. I have always been interested in my family history since I was a young boy. I'm a collector of any pictures, or documents on the Culler family. I started this because I would go to flea markets and, see family photo's for sale,and it just made me sick to see them leave the family. I'm hoping when I'm done watching over these treasure's, that my son or daughter, or someone else in the family will take over, and make sure that they will always be there for the next generation.|
If I posted a family member of yours, just let me know and I will transfer to you, except if it is a close relative to me. I have add many that are not family, just trying to help others.
I have taken a lot of headstone photo's and you are welcome to use them in any way one want. I beleive in helping others find their lost relations.
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Bill Miller, Carol Monroe, Courtney Culler, Debra A. Felger, Ed Burton, Gail Lyons Grie..., Karen Seitz, Kelly Drake, Kris, Ron Spicer, Susan Culler So..., TODD STONE
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|Joan of VA||Butcher & Tedrow|
Thank you for the Transfer of Lorine (Butcher) Tedrow and Sinnette Butcher.
I appreciate your giving them to me to manage, and I'll take good care of them.
Thank you for all your work and your photos of the Tombstones.
I'm sure your work has help lots of people find their reaitives
|Jennifer Sherlock Amato||Thank you|
Thanks for posting my grandpa, Charles Sherlock "Chic". I visited the cemetery looking for his and my grandma's graves but couldn't find them as it had been a long time since I was last there. I think they must have cleared away trees in the back and I was looking in a section in relation to how far I remembered the woods being away from the grave.
First, Thank you for your service to our Country. I have found so many Veterans at Riverside, I want to make sure they all get a final resting place, on Find A Grave, where they will be remembered forever.
Now, How could I resist a transfer request, from a person (you), who is so polite, and makes me know all my work on Find A Grave helps someone find their family. She is on her way to you. God Bless
|Joy Steele||RE: Herbert Hampton Culler|
You are welcome. I also added photos for his wife's memorial.
|Bob Carter||RE: Oakwood Municipal Cemetery|
I have a list of burials for Oakwood Municipal from about 2001-02 and Amanda was not listed, but as you say, she might be there. If I had to guess, the death record probably just says Oakwood. :-)
|janet reinhold||John T Berlin|
Itís possible that the stone could read 2 (or another single digit number) years and 22 days. I do not find John T. in the 1850 census with the family. The stone looks very difficult to read.
I have not yet found the family in the 1860 census, but this would help prove my theory.
In 1850 for Washington, Stark Co. Ohio:
John Berlin age 46 b PA
Catharine Berlin age 40 b PA
Jacob Berlin age 18 b OH
Saml Berlin age 16 b OH
Mary Berlin age 14 b OH
Solomon Berlin age 12 b OH
David Berlin age 8 b OH
Eli Berlin age 6 b OH
John T would have been born between David & Eli. I will keep looking for this family in the 1860 census.
|Once a Marine||RE: George E. Culler|
You are welcome - Semper Fi
|Patricia Herrin Mitschelen ||Emphriam Fink|
Richard - Thanks for the transfer....Pat
|William A Davies III||Culler|
You are very welcome, he needs to be with family, not me, Bill
|Doris Weaver||RE: Catherine Berlin|
Richard, I don't believe I ever thanked you what you did for me & I am so sorry about that. I do wish to thank you.
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