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dragonswolf (#47141368)
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Bio Photo I love this site! Let's help each other make it even better! If I can help you in any way, I will do my best!

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Steve Bear
RE: John Baer in Oakwood Cemetery
Thanks, Diane. Much appreciated. Have a fantastic week!
Added by Steve Bear on Jul 15, 2014 9:23 AM
Deb Shepherd
RE: Sylvia Harsh Williams
No, I am not related. I go out to the Preston Cemetery alot for photo requests etc. Had a lady contact me looking for her family that are buried at Preston. Her dad was Jesse Harsh, brother to Sylvia (Harsh) Williams and that is how I started doing a little research on the Harsh's was for her. Her dad, Jesse and his sister Glessie (Harsh) Botts, Henry Harsh, his brother, and Sylvia (Harsh) Williams are all in unmarked graves and had to verify their location through the care taker of the plot map for Jesse's daughter. She has Jesse Harsh's memorial. Thanks for asking! :-)
Added by Deb Shepherd on Jul 15, 2014 9:03 AM
Steve Bear
RE: John Baer in Oakwood Cemetery
Thanks, Diane. Yea, I am related. John A. Baer was my 2nd Great Grand Uncle. His brother, Pearson Bear (my 2x Great Grandfather), changed the surname to Bear after migrating from Mercer County, PA. in the late 1800s, to Kentucky. I would be very happy to take over the maintenance of his memorial. Again, thanks and Aloha from an island in the middle of the Pacific Ocean.
Added by Steve Bear on Jul 14, 2014 3:42 PM
The Duke/ Rauls/ Manuwal family
RE: Max and Phyllis Poyser in Oakridge Cemetery
I have just taken care of the photo you wanted.
Added by The Duke/ Rauls/ Manuwal ... on Jul 13, 2014 11:27 AM
Jerry Brooks
Milton Cemetery
First, thank you for all of your contributions.
I had the opportunity to visit the Milton Cemetery in Milton, IN this week. I was hoping to find my great great grandfather's grave, but could not locate it. It may be one of those that cannot be read.

You indicated he was buried in the cemetery. Can you help me locate the grave or tell me how you knew he was buried there?

His name is Benjamin F Beam, 1818 to 1847, record number 101919374. His wife Emily, 1838 to 1914, record number 101919272 is also buried there.

I live in Texas, so any help you can give me would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you.

Jerry Brooks
Added by Jerry Brooks on Apr 16, 2014 12:58 PM
hi again
Who are you looking for in Indian Village i am getting ready to walk that Cemetery
Added by Roberta on Apr 06, 2014 7:29 AM
Barbara Mills
Margaret E Chadwell Heansey
I walked the entire cemetery but found no stone for her. She also is not listed in the cemetery book for that cemetery.
Barbara Mills
Added by Barbara Mills on Apr 03, 2014 9:36 AM
Connie Chrisman Hatch
RE: Fritz in Edgerton Ohio
Diane, Fred and Flossie were our friends and neighbors when we lived in West Unity, Ohio in the late 40's. We are not related. My Mom worked with Flossie at Bryan Custom Plastics, where they both retired from, and she passed away in 2007. I'm sorry that I couldn't be of more help to you.
Added by Connie Chrisman Hatch on Mar 31, 2014 9:23 AM
Janice Lapp
RE: Margaret E Chadwell Heansey in Peoples Cemetery
You're Welcome.
Added by Janice Lapp on Mar 27, 2014 1:03 PM
Janice Lapp
RE: Margaret E Chadwell Heansey in Peoples Cemetery
There are Hurseys all over in Tusc. Co., but I have looked in my books & don't find them anywhere.... So, maybe they are buried there, but didn't have a stone or it is gone by now. Sorry.
Added by Janice Lapp on Mar 21, 2014 10:36 AM
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