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I apologize for the confusion. I made an assumption about the second Minnie Ball buried in East Maplewood. I don't know that maiden name. I was not aware of two by the same name and assumed her maiden name was Spahr because of my acquaintance with the family. The relationship between Minnie Bourke Ball and the Spahr family in Fairmount was through Minnie's sister Erva Kathryne Bourke who married Oliver Monroe Spahr. The Spahr family is buried in Park Cemetery in Fairmount. Sorry for the confusion. I believe I have the links correct now and deleted the Spahr maiden name from the second Minnie M. Ball in Maplewood Cemetery. The photo on that memorial is wrong and should be on Minnie Bourke Ball. I will take care of that also. Again I'm sorry for the confusion. I made made an assumption that was incorrect. I just knew both the Spahrs and Balls and knew Minnie was an aunt to the Spahrs in Fairmount.
Added by RATU50 on Jun 12, 2016 11:59 AM
|RATU50||Minnie and George Ball|
I am confused about the wife of George Ball. I know the family and the mother of David Ball Find A Grave 113788259 is Minnie (Spahr) Ball Find A Grave 95285359 and his father was George Ball Find A Grave 95285277. The photo of the marker for Minnie and George would indicate a wrong link to George's spouse, another Minnie Ball. Minnie died in a nursing home in Anderson. I am also acquainted with the Spahr family in Fairmount, a brother to Minnie (Spahr) Ball.
Added by RATU50 on Jun 11, 2016 10:24 AM
|Kerry Lighty||RE: Tom Melton|
You are welcome!
|wildcats498||RE: Frank Hood|
It was my pleasure. I'm glad I could help out.
|Family💕✞||RE: Eva Winter|
thank you for the transfer
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Added by Family💕✞ on Dec 31, 2015 5:28 PM
|CC-Genealogy||re: Isaiah Duncan|
Thanks for your response.
I found your 2014 offering on wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com and have added a few "Post-ems" where I could help out. Let me know if you need more info.
The scramble of information on the Duncans, Winters, Arneys, Elsberrys, etc pushed my brain to overload. I've had to step away from it for a few weeks.
These grave markers were around Myra's grave.
Charlotte Kelly Donnelly, 1899 - 1984
Robert R. Donnelly, 1899 - 1994
Helen Donnelly Hamilton, 1922 - 2002
Ada C. Donnelly, 1866 - 1941
Richard J. Donnelly, 1866 - 1938
Richard J. Donnelly II, 1930 - 1953
Please let me know if you add photo requests for them. Ace
Added by Ace on Oct 18, 2015 4:28 AM
|Ace||Myra Booth at Forest Home Cemetery|
Hi! Photos posted for her.
George E. Booth, 1886 - 1976
If you add a photo request for him I will post the photos that I took. Please let me know if you add the photo request. Thank you! Ace
Added by Ace on Oct 18, 2015 2:11 AM
|Mary Eleanor||Re: Hester Day Boyd|
Birth: Jul. 28, 1863
Death: Jan. 15, 1956
Do you have any idea who her parents were?
I descend from a Day family that had lived in Brown/Clermont Counties. Ironically, my great grandmother was Hester Trees Day but she would be of no connection to your Hester unless it might be through the Day family.
|CameraLady||James O Locke|
I responded to a photo request for a Dr. James O. Lock(e) originally requested in 2012. The request said that James Locke was living in Montgomery, AL in 1970 at his time of death and that he was buried in Greenwood Cemetery in Montgomery. He was married to Martha Sidney Chambers Lock at his TOD. The cemetery office confirmed that Dr. and Mrs. Lock are buried in a double vault in Section 1, Lot 369. I found the marker and uploaded the photo and now I see a photo of a completely different marker with his name on it from a different cemetery. So I'm not sure what to do about this. My guess is that one of the two is a cenotaph, but I don't know which one, since both show his year of death.
The requester also requested Mrs. Martha Lock's marker. Again, the cemetery confirmed that she is in a double vault with Dr. Lock. Interestingly, her name is not on the marker. Since you maintain this memorial, I want to do what you want to do. Thanks!
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