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We live in Clintonville, a neighborhood in Columbus a little north of the Ohio State campus.|
Interests include local history, family history, church history, Scotland, Wales and the Welsh.
Transfer requests: Generally glad to transfer any memorial outside close family, just ask. If you'd rather just have it updated, glad to do that too.
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Birth: Sep. 23, 1879
Death: Nov. 8, 1928
Green Lawn Cemetery
Plot: Section 80, Lot 174
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Created by: Dave Davisson
Record added: Nov 15, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 61684944
Are you related to Robert? Do you know if he was ever married to a Jeanette Bertha Brandt?
Added by Linda on Mar 04, 2015 9:22 AM
Ada Mulvina Archer is the daughter of Henry and Sarah Swope Lewis Archer (2nd Marriages for both) Sarah is buried in Calvary Cemetery in Morgan County Ohio where Ada was born.
53413588 I don't know where Henry is but assume he might be there also. I also cannot find Henry;s first wife Susanna Jones . She may be there as well. Pretty small Cemetery . No one knows where it is but I suspect it is within a stones throw of Elliott Cross Roads in the NE part of Homer Twp. The Archer family were Pioneers opening up the path to Ohio from the now Green County Pennsylvania as the Norhwest Territory was opening up
Emma is not the child of Danvers and Ada. but his second wife .
She is Ada's niece, daughter of her oldest sister Elizabeth and Husband Harrison Jones Beard, She married Danvers after Ada died,
doesn't appear to have been married prior.
Ada and Danvers were married in Athens Ohio 3 April 1876
Emma Married Danvers 29 Nov 1911
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|Renee Clark||Frances & James Ray|
Thank you for the transfers of the above family members!
|Renee Clark||Frances & James Ray|
Would you please transfer my Aunt Frances Virginia Myers Ray (Find A Grave Memorial# 55236932) and her husband James Ervin Ray (Find A Grave Memorial# 55236941) to me if you are not related?
|Nick Barkas||Jack Shepard _Capt. Jack?|
I am looking for a riverboat man who lived in Cairo Il. in the 20s. My mom was his step child. Was your Jack Sheparda riverboat man on the Ohio River?
|808arens||Information on Henry/Albert Still??|
I am wondering if you have any information on Henry Still who was born 1836 and died 1903(Greenlawn burial)? I am trying to figure out if he is the father of Albert Still born 1873 and died 1953? Albert was my 3rd great grandpa and I am coming across documents with conflicting information as to who his father was. I found a marriage document from 1902 for Albert and Caroline Emrich (Emerich?)which states his fathers name was Henry. However, on the death certificate of Albert it states his fathers name was also Albert. There are a few other documents I have come across that also state his fathers name is Henry but so far I have been unable to verify if Henry was his name and why it has been listed as Albert on the death certificate...Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!
Added by 808arens on Feb 24, 2015 3:43 PM
Thanks so much for the transfer!
Added by Trudy on Feb 21, 2015 1:56 PM
Thanks for the quick update.
Added by Deb on Feb 18, 2015 11:20 AM
|Eric Hovemeyer||Coulter Family|
Hi, Dave! I noticed that you have a John Brice Coulter (1826-1912) buried in Green Lawn Cemetery at Columbus, Ohio. Do you have any additional information about him? I am wondering if he might be a brother of my great-great-grandfather, Dickson Brice Coulter (ca. 1820 - 1891), buried in Pine Glen Cemetery in Prescott, Wisconsin. I do not have any good evidence of who the parents of Dickson Brice Coulter were; but, I have always wondered if he might have been a son of the "Dixen" Coulter who married Mary Brice on 7 September 1814 in Ohio County, (West) Virginia. - Eric Hovemeyer, Cincinnati, Ohio
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