Be advised, find a gave curator Katrina, claims even if Bible pages or any other document spell last name differently, you must go by what the cemetery spells it, be it a mistake spelling or not.
**A very special thank you to Dr. Cynthia Mahaffey, Jaxxon and Ellen Headington for all the wonderful tombstone pictures they have added to my Memorials the past few years. Thank you for going above and beyond for those who have passed on into God's loving arms.
*Proud decorated Firefighter Mom
Laugh when you can, apologize when you should, and let go of what you can't change. Life's too short to be anything but happy. Enjoy Life - It has an Expiration Date
RE: Cooper # 31663378 I am sorry but this is my family and not a serial enumeration. It is to me documentation. I do not post death information that contains any sort of foul play. To much of Ohio's information is missing or inaccurate so it needs to be documented within reason.
Silas and Sarah Rostorfer Reelhorn Hi, Debbie-- Silas was my 3-great grandfather's brother and I have more that I can add to his memorial, just have been treading water like mad to keep my head above water in my busy everyday life! I am happy to transfer Sarah to you now and Silas after I add what material I have on him. Are you a descendant? I'd love to trade more up-to-date data on the Reelhorn descendants if you are! --Kathryn
Rachel Swartz Debbie: On your website, you say father Skillinger of Canada. Is that written on her stone, or how did you find it out. Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org This is a very important to my research. Thanks, Sharon
John Penrod Good Morning...I am a descendant via penrods marrying caldwells and caldwells marrying stephans. I am interested in getting a copy of John Penrod's will from 1799. Please contact me directly at g45stef at yahoo dot com. Thank you.
RE: Michel Rinebarger Thank you for changing wife to Susan Miller. Micheal & Susan's son, William, stated in his biography that Susan died in 1869 while their other son, Josiah, said in his biography that she died in 1874 'while visiting friends in Pennsylvania'.
Sine the last census we can find with Susan's name is the 1860, it is most likely that Susan died in 1869.
We have a photo of Micheal with two of Josiah's daughters taken near 1869. With the trip from Illinois to Ohio being so difficult a journey, it feels like the trip must have been an important one for Josiah to undertake. It seems likely that this trip was for an important occasion - perhaps his mother's death.
Are you related to Micheal and Susan? I am through their son Thomas and his son, George. George is my Dad's Grandfather.
If you want to correspond more - my email is kdrungilas@ yahoo.