|Claude L. Fant (#47016568)|
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Born 4/28/38 to Claude L. Fant Sr. and Mattie Rader in Hamilton, Ohio Butler county. Married to Julie A Snyder Fant Fostoria, Oh. -Children Laura Fant Luken, Dave Fant and Jennifer Fant Gillman. We have 8 grandchildren.sister Norma M. Fant Goodwin. Want to find more on Lucian B Fant Dd 1864 Grant Co, Ky. When I have a chance,I enjoy visiting local cemeteries in Butler Co.,Oh and will photograph some of the old stones that are not going to be around much longer. www.fantsnyder.tribalpages.com|
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Hello. Thomas J Turner was my great grandmothers brother. I know for a while they had a Melissa Gilliland living with them, which was my great aunt. do you have any other information on the Turners or Fants?
I Did not know Esther Harnish. Clarence was my sister's companion. I thank you for being so thoughtful.
Thank you for posting the 4 monument's on my site. Especially one for Clarence Harnish. My sister is in a rest home and will be so happy to see his monument. We are in touch with so many nice people thru Find A Grave.
|Linda Roberts||ISAAC HULL|
I need to get in touch with Autumn. She doesn't have an e-mail address on find-a-grave. The information provided for Isaac Hull seems to be incorrect.
I believe I have some information that would clear up the situation.
Isaac Hull, Sr. that was the revolutionary soldier connected with Scioto Co, OH has the following information.
February 10, 1740 Middlesex Co, NJ
September 01, 1834 Scioto Co, OH
No gravesite known.
As you can see, the dates are quite different...
The Official Roster of the Soldiers of the American Revolution Buried in the State of Ohio
Compiled under the direction of Frank D. Henderson, The Adjutant General, John R. Rea, Military Registrar, Daughters of American Revolution of Ohio and Jane Dowd Dailey (Mrs. O.D.), State Chairman
Page 1887 "1788 - To the Pioneers Of The Ohio Country - 1938
HULL, Isaac, Scioto Co
Enl early 1776 resid in Middlesex Co, NJ as pvt Milit. Servd 1 yr 8 mo; b Feb 10 1740 Middlesex co. Movd to Ky, Mason Co Fall of 1792; thence to Scioto Co 1812. Here he appld for pens Sept 26 1833. Was wagon-maker; ref S 9599 NJ; and p 331 Evans and Stivers Hist. Rept by State DAR.
statement, &c. of Scioto county, Ohio
Names, Rank, Annual Allowance, Sums Received, Description of service, When placed on pension roll, Commencement of pension, ages
Isaac Hull, Private, 68 66, 166 65, New Jersey militia, Jan 31, 1834, Mar 4 1831, 94
Plus an original pension record sheet as of 1834-that shows death on September 01, 1834.
|Ronny Ferrell||Thank You!|
Claude, Thank you so much for the photo for Junior Drew Marcum. I really appreciate your time, help and generosity!
|Juel||Oh Mr. Fant, Thank You!|
I didn't know they got her a monument, the bench is beautiful. Thank you so much, I'm greatful to be able to see it. Have a wonderful day my friend!
Added by Juel on Jun 23, 2009 12:48 PM
|Janice McCoy||Jesse Bellamy|
Thank You so much for taking the picture. I much Appreciate it. Jan
|AUDREY||Gillman in Roselawn|
Hi! I just wanted to let you know that I have been out to Roselawn 3 times looking for Robert Gillman. I haven't had any luck though. I keep searching the section he's in and just can't locate him. I will keep trying though.
Added by AUDREY on Jun 11, 2009 9:28 AM
|Amy||Lillie Brockman Cole Rose Hill Cemetery|
Thanks for getting all the photo request for the Cole's. I already had Lillie Cole's memorial on the site. Can you add the photo to that memorial? Thanks,
Added by Amy on Jun 09, 2009 7:00 PM
Thanks very much for all the photos you have taken for me. I really appreciate it.
Added by Carol S on Jun 09, 2009 3:03 PM
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