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Laurie Smith (#47531202)
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Bio Photo I have been doing ancestry research since 2009. I have run into many brickwalls & have websites & chat forums to help break through some of them. I am willing to take photographs of any headstones in the areas of Holmes, Coshocton, Wayne & Tuscarawas counties (Ohio). Also, for those of you who are out of state & need some library research done, please let me know. Willing to help in any way I can.
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Jill and Ron Weikle
Rudolph and Amanda Zehnder
I noticed that you added a picture for Rudolph Zehnder at Trail Cemetery, would you mind adding
the picture to his wife's memorial - Amanda
Zehnder 127998947.

thanks for your help.

Added by Jill and Ron Weikle on Apr 15, 2014 1:51 PM
John Dawson
Charles Elmer Lincks

I had to laugh somewhat because their are so many Charles Elmer Lincks' in this family but regardless if he is a relation of mine, then I would love to have him have a copy of his g.g.grandfather. I am assuming based on age, He is related to Charles Elmer Lincks who was my grandfather's brother, b. 15 Jun 1868 and died 14 Jun 1927. My grandfather was close with him and both worked on the Cleveland Railway, trolley cars, and both had many pictures of each other. My grandfather was president of the Union representing the Railway. Charles married Irene Hetrick on 12 Feb 1891 in Adrian, Lenawee, Michigan. If this is his father let me know ASAP, since after their deaths (his 1927) and hers in 1938) I lost touch somewhat. I know their daughter was Mary Salome (German for Sarah) and she married Russell J. Brenner they had two daughters Irene and Ruth Brenner. Irene married a Kirkpatrick and Roth married a Cooper. That is as far as I get. Best wishes to a cousin of mine,

Added by John Dawson on Dec 13, 2013 9:53 AM
Kim Myers High
Jacob Myers
Thanks for the photo of Jacob Myers! I appreciate your time and effort!
Added by Kim Myers High on Dec 11, 2013 10:56 AM
Edward Rowlance
RE: Brenner/Kirkpatrick - Canal Fulton Cemetery

If you want, I can send you a PDF copy of the cemetery listing from the 1980s to help your search. Let me know if you want it.

Added by Edward Rowlance on Dec 10, 2013 5:42 AM
Edward Rowlance
RE: Brenner/Kirkpatrick - Canal Fulton Cemetery
Laurie, PS: Now that I think about it, you probably intended to come to Canal Fulton to look for the grave yourself. The only guidance I can provide is to look at the cemetery from Google Earth and try to get your bearings from that. If you have questions about the location, I'll try to answer them.

Added by Edward Rowlance on Dec 09, 2013 8:03 PM
Edward Rowlance
RE: Brenner/Kirkpatrick - Canal Fulton Cemetery

I'm sorry but I've never been able to find a map of the Canal Fulton cemetery. The plot location designations come from a 1980s publication of the cemetery inscriptions that were documented by volunteers of the county genealogical society.

For my own purposes, I located the cemetery using Google Earth and then printed off the satellite view on my printer. Once you have that view, the designations become more clear because of the roads that cut through the cemetery.

I was not able to find anyone with a last name of Kirkpatrick in that publication. However if she was buried since the early 1980s when these names were collected, it's quite possible that her grave hasn't been record in findagrave yet.

I recommend that you add an entry for her in findagrave and add a note that you think she is buried near her parents and then request a picture. I'll probably be the volunteer that goes looking for her grave but not until there's no snow on the ground.

Ed Rowlance
Added by Edward Rowlance on Dec 09, 2013 7:58 PM
Al Haxton
Mae Haxton Robinson
Hello Laurie,

Thanks for the transfer.

Very Respectfully,

Al Haxton Jr
Added by Al Haxton on Nov 30, 2013 11:17 AM
Gayle Hickman
Chester Scott # 75036534
Please Link to mother # 3558311 Rebecca Maddox. Father was Willis Frankland Scott
He was born in Rising Star, Eastland county, Texas 16 July 1898
He died in Mahoning, Ohio in Dec.1979
Met his wife Amy while they were working at Goodyear Tire Company in Akron, ohio. They had 13 children
Thank you
Gayle # 47029420
Added by Gayle Hickman on Nov 08, 2012 2:29 PM
Alexander Leguillon
Thank you so much. This branch of my wife's' tree has eluded us for years due to family beliefs that they were from the Youngstown area. I found him in a book about Kilbuck and was able to trace them back to France. From what we understand there is some family in the area to this day. Now knowing that he is buried there, I will be planning an in depth research in the area.

Again thank you,
Ed Schendel
Added by eschende on Aug 08, 2012 9:17 AM
Margaret Gagliardi
Catherine Uhl
I cannot remember if I thanked you or not, but I truly appreciate your taking the photo of Catherine Uhl's tombstone.
Added by Margaret Gagliardi on Jun 06, 2012 5:47 PM
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