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Make sure to submit all corrections using the Edit tab. If you are a family member, I will typically transfer the memorial to you. You know more about the individual then I do. I just ask that if someone who is even closer to that individual reaches out to you, pay it forward and transfer the memorial to them!
Also, this site wouldn't be what it is without all of the excellent photo volunteers. Thank you, Thank you! As a reminder to photo volunteers, if you go to the cemetery to fulfill a request, try to look for any stones that have the same surname near the one you are photographing. Take pictures and upload those too! If they do not have a memorial already created, create one, and upload the picture. That may always help in someone's quest to find where family members are buried.
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|John Berthold||Francis Ackert|
Bio has been added.
|Jc||Ackert in Ellendale|
I accepted your change requests for Ella Ackert in Ellendale Cemetery. Please let me know if you desire any transfers. If you are related to Ella or her family, I have some newspaper clippings that may interest you (mostly of E.W. Ackert 95936640). firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by Jc on Sep 17, 2014 3:45 PM
|andrea nelson||Oakwood Bowers|
Ok I have a Carrie Bowers who was also in the same plot as Elizabeth, Ida, and S.A. Bowers. I am going to add her into the Cemetery.
I also am adding another photo to S.A. Bowers profile. There is a marker to his left that is face down. All I was able to make out on is E.B.? if there are dates they are buried. Not sure if this is Elizabeth's footer maybe, it would be in the right place for it. Also there are what looks like two other markers or stones that are buried and in pieces near the base of Elizabeth & Ida's shared stone.
|Nola Marquardt||William Skiver|
This is all the info I have on William. Did not know about the children and have found a third. Also found Malissa had two subsequent marriages plus her date and place of death. I am confident that Malissa B. was married to "our" Willliam because of the property sale in Hocking Co. William and Malissa sold the same property that William had purchased before Jane's death.
None of the records notes a cemetery. Nola
August 27, 2014
Born about1826 in Ohio [Year: 1850, 1860, 1880 Federal Census (1870 Federal Census gave age as 45); Location: 1850-1870 Federal Census (1880 Federal Census gave Virginia)]
Parents are presumed to be George and Elizabeth Skivers who were living next to William at time of the 1850 Federal Census. Note that a George Skivers married Rachel Bird April 3, 1835, in Hocking Co., Ohio.
Used names of Skiver and Skivers.
Applied for a license to marry Jane Walters(s) in Hocking Co. Ohio on March 20, 1849 [Marriage Records, Hocking Co., Ohio, p. 118; the preceding entry on the same date was a license for Mary Walter(s) and John Meek]
Resided on September 11, 1850 in Starr Twp., Hocking Co., Ohio with wife Jane (22); both had been born in Ohio. He was 23 and a laborer and lived next to George and Elizabeth Skivers [1850 Federal Census]
Son Ward born in Ohio in 1852 [1860 Federal Census]
Son Asa born in Ohio in 1855 [Ibid.]
Daughter Sarah E. born in Ohio in 1857 [Ibid.]
Daughter Mary born December 13, 1858, in Hocking Co., Ohio [Ibid.; 1870 Federal Census; D.A.R. application worksheet of Jessie Mills Marquardt]
Resided in York Twp., Athens Co., Ohio in 1860, age 34; occupation: farmer. Others in household were Jane (23), Ward (8), Asa (5), Sarah E. (3), Mary (1); all had been born in Ohio except Jane born in Virginia [1860 Federal Census]
Daughter Isabel born in Ohio in 1862 [1870 Federal Census]
Daughter Malisa born in Ohio in 1863 [Ibid.]
Son Presley born in Ohio in 1866 [Ibid.]
Daughter Julia A. born in Ohio in 1867 [Ibid.]
Daughter Melvisia born in Ohio in 1869; [Ibid.; 1880 Federal Census gave her name as Nattie]
Daughter Harriet born 3 April 1870 in York Twp. She apparently was omitted in the Census that year. [Athens Co. Death Records; 1870 Federal Census]
Resided in York Twp. (P.O. Lee), Athens Co., OH in 1870; age 45, occupation: farm laborer. He owned no real estate and had $100.00 worth of personal property. Others in household were Jane (43), Ward (17) Asa (15), Sarah (13), Mary (11), Isabel (8), Malisa (7), Presley (4), Julia A. (3), Melvisia (1). All were born in Ohio except Jane born in VA. Jane, Ward, and Asa could not write; rest of school age children were attending school. [1870 Federal Census]
Daughter Melvina died in 1871 at age three. [Cemetery Inscription from "Peter's Papers" Cemetery #25-62]
In 1872-73 brought 40 acres in the NE 1/4 of SE 1/4 of Section 17 Benton Twp., Hocking Co. from James Black [Hocking Co. Land Records]
Son Ward married Lydia Miller January 25, 1874 in Athens Co. [Athens Co. Marriage Records]
Daughter Mary married William Allen Mills on June 23, 1878 in Hocking Co., Ohio [Marriage License June 20, 1878; Marriage on June 23, 1878, performed by Peter Eby, J.P.; Marriage recorded June 28, 1878 [Hocking Co., Ohio Marriage Records]
Resided in Benton Twp., Hocking Co. in 1880; he was a laborer, age 53, b. in VA as were his parents. The household also included Jane (53), Asa farmer (25), Ellen (24), Bell (19), Melissa (18), Presley (15), Julia (14), Nattie (f) (10), Peter Ely, farmer (30). 19, and Peter Ely farmer (30). The children beginning with Melissa had attended school within the year. All the others and their parents had been born in Ohio except for Janes's mother who had been born in VA. [1880 Federal Census]
July 11, 1881, he and Jane, residents of Hocking Co., sold 40 acres in Benton Twp. to James R. Stockwell of Hocking Co. Sales price was $500 and was witnessed by E. H. Bennett, J. P. and Mary Bennett. Hocking Co. Deed Book 7, p. 636]
April 5, 1881, as a resident of Hocking Co., bought 45 acres in Sec. 33 of Salt Creek Twp. which was described as the N 1/2 of E 1/2 of SE 1/4. Property purchased from Erastus and Mary Bennett. [Hocking Co. Deed Book 7, p. 428]
Daughter Isabelle married William H. Hart December 10, 1881 in Hocking Co. Marriage performed by E. H. Bennett [p. 83 Marriage Records of Hocking Co.]
Wife Jane died from heart disease February 14, 1883 in Salt Creek Twp., Hocking Co.; she was 55 yrs 8 mo 19 da, married, born in Culpepper Co. VA. She was buried in Mount Carmel Cemetery. [Hocking County Death Records; transcription of Mount Carmel Gravestone]
Married Melissa C. Butimer/Buttermore December 13, 1883 in Hocking Co. H. W. Stiers performed the ceremony. In 1870 Melissa 11 was living with her mother Jane, 35; brothers Silas 14 and Jonathon 2. in Green Twp., P. O. Haydenville, OH in Hocking Co. She was about 26 when she married Skiver. [Hocking Co. Marriage Records]
William and Malissa Skivers sold the 45 acre Salt Creek Twp. property July 31, 1885. [Hocking Co. Deed Book 12, p. 285]
Son Cyrus G. Skiver was born March 10, 1885 in Ohio. [Family Search]
Daughter Emma was born March 27, 1887 in Starr Twp., Hocking Co., OH. [Family Search]
Mach 3, 1890 daughter Victoria was born in Starr Twp., Hocking Co., OH [Family Search]
William presumably died between the conception of Victoria and the time of the 1900 Federal Census when his widow was living in Nelsonville. There is a Hocking Co. death record for William Skiver who died in Logan, OH in Dec. 1893. He had been born in Pennsylvania in 1804. In all likelihood this is the subject of this paper. The information would have been given by Malissa who would not have been totally familiar with Williamís age and place of birth. Given her age, she probably thought he was much older.
August 26, 1903, Melissa Skiver married Lewis Nanna in Athens Co., Oh. Her parents were given as Jacob Buttamore and M. Caffer. He was the son of Zebulan and Julia Lewis Nanna. [Marriage and Death record from Family Search]
Lewis Nanna Died December 29, 1908 in Nelsonville. [Death Record from Family Search]
Melissa Nanna (daughter of Jacob Buttermore) married William Weaver (son of James Weaver) in Athens Co., OH on October 12, 1910. [Family Search Marriage Record]
Malissa Weaver (daughter of Jacob Buttermore) died April 22, 1919, in Nelsonville OH. She had been born on Nov. 7, 1858 in New Straightsville. [Family Search Death Record]
|MFC||RE: Lee Vian|
Forgot to tell you....I am working on that mystery. Here is what I know....Doing from memory here so I might get a name wrong! The husband, I believe is buried at Fairfield. There is a burial permit for him? I called the gentleman that is the cemetery's board president and has all the records. He is related to the Vian's, too, by the way (I'm related to no one here!!HA!). He has no permit for Mabel. I remember locating a census record for her and that she was living down in Marion. I remember that I also found that she had a daughter in that area, too. Maybe Judy? She is buried in the same cemetery in Marion. Now I called that cemetery and the guy there didn't have much info to give. His comment was I took this place over about 10 years ago and it was a mess. It was once an IOOF cemetery. He did say that Mabel was buried there. Now the question is, did the husband's body get moved. He couldn't answer that. I am going to make an educated guess that it wasn't. So I would think that Mabel's stone at Fairfield would be a cenotaph and visa versa for the husband??? What do you think?
Added by MFC on Aug 26, 2014 7:57 AM
|Rebecca Ellis||Newman Cemetery|
Kenneth Arnold's grave is unmarked. He is next to Donald Roseman, another Massillon fireman who died at the same time. I posted a photo of Kenneth's burial spot.
|Donna White||RE: Ward Skiver|
There are two Greenlawn cemeteries in Ross county too.one is in Frankfort, Ross, ohio. you might try there.
I think the photo backlog is from no one having grave locations. I asked the office people to look up all the grave locations and put in edit requests to add them. Should be all added in a week or so. donna
I decided to created a memorial for each child so that you can add a picture if you find the markers. I have linked their parents. Thanks again.
Mary Ophelia Mitchell Wall
George Madison Mitchell, Jr.
Added by NEH on Jul 22, 2014 4:27 PM
I am also related to practically everyone buried at St. Luke's. We may be related. My bloodlines inlude Sapp, Durbin, Arnold, Blubaugh, Colopy, Logsdon.
George Sapp and Margaret Logsdon Sapp are not listed in the cemetery records. They may be buried at the cemetery and not listed, or they could be buried on Sapp land. According to a booklet on the history of St. Luke's Church, George's parents are thought to be buried in the area of today's One South Mickley Street, Danville. Maybe George and Margaret are buried with them. If I ever come across anything on George and Margaret's final resting place, I will let you know.
If you want more information or to exchange email addresses, I would do it using the edit tab to keep it private.
Added by DMBH on Jul 02, 2014 11:12 PM
|D. Elkin||Matilda Cloy|
Since I walked Evergreen in Auburn and didn't find the stone. I have gone through all the books for other cemeteries and I can't find her listed. I am assuming that there is no know marker for her. Would you like me to report the issue under the claims and have it removed or do you want to cancel it? Dan
Added by D. Elkin on Jun 24, 2014 9:12 PM
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