|Kate Welch Denney (#46993438)|
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"Families are like brownies really sweet with a few nuts"|
I started working on my Family Tree in the early 1980's. Then I got my brother John and his wife Joyce interested. Later his daughter Fran Slater started helping. Now my brother Al helps. We have over 46,600 individuals and over 11000 pictures in our tree. I really enjoy working on it and helping others find information. I am willing to share any information that I have in my file. If I have made any errors I really would appreciate someone letting me know.
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|Emlen ||RE: Riverbank Cemetery|
You are welcome!
I'm sorry I couldn't find your req. for:
Lucy R Stafford Camp b. 1826 d. 1898
I did however add a few Camp stones I did find in looking for her.
I thought it was interesting that;
"Camp, Henry A. 73841634
b. Sep. 12, 1849 d. Feb. 3, 1896
Camp, Infant 73841635
b. Mar. 13, 1871 d. Mar. 13, 1871"
were all alone in that big plot. I wonder if there are others there with lost/missing stones? Or why the Camp family used other locations?
Added by Emlen on May 03, 2013 11:29 AM
|Sharon Duckman||RE: Camps/Elmwood Cemetery|
Elmwood Cemetery is locked and arrangements must be made to get in. I'll be going back soon and will try to get a better shot of Luke III's grave - there's other writing that we couldn't make out. Also, I missed Joshua's grave, so will check.
|PJ and Larry||Camp family at Mt. Pleasant|
Kate - You are very welcome. It is courtesy of the Ashtabula Co. Genealogical Society that we could get your photos to you. Photographer, Cathy Butler took on the entire cemetery for the society and you are welcome to take any photos from our site for your family. See www.ashtabulagen.org. Happy Hunting!
|Terry Goodwin||RE: Adam Cemetery|
You are welcome, glad to oblige. I have searched the cemetery (which is quite small) and cannot find the John Adam you also seek. There is a broken base next to Milton, which might indicate John's burial next to his brother. Hope the info is of some help.
|Linnie||RE: Monthalia United Methodist Church Cemetery|
You're very welcome. It's such a lovely and peaceful spot it was really wonderful to be there. We also took several other photos of graves that didn't have any and found a few that hadn't been entered on Monthalia's Find A Grave site yet so it was a very productive visit. I'm putting the rest of the photos up this week as I can get to it. Glad you enjoyed the ones of your family.
Added by Linnie on Apr 09, 2013 5:07 PM
|Jennifer R. Bell||RE: Dayton City Cemetery|
Well thank you, my Sister and Mother are working on adding more photos.
|Romper90069||RE: Forest Lawn Memorial Park|
Any Chance the Jenkins have ties to Prince Edward Island, Canada? My maternal grandfather is Jenkins from PEI via Germany.
|P Welch||RE: Hillside Cemetery|
No problem. I still have a couple of my own Cooks - and several others - I'm still looking for so I'm sure I'll be back down there at some point. I'll try to do more pictures then
Added by P Welch on Apr 01, 2013 6:00 PM
|Ed Cook||RE: Lone Oak Cemetery|
Kate - My grandfather was not born a Cook but his name was Woodcook. He and one of his brother later dropped the Wood part and went by Cook after that. So you see that makes me a short-order cook. I'm finding some Woodcook graves. Ed
Added by Ed Cook on Mar 31, 2013 9:43 AM
|Jim Ottmer||Jeremiah Camp|
Thank you for making the correction. I do not know where Lucy A. Merritt was buried but I suspect it is beside her husband.
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