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|Most managed graves are my direct ancestors. Please be kind with messages. I have a few non relatives because I have documented a small German cemetery in town that no one else has. I also try to document the early German graves around Columbiana County, Ohio. Please feel free to send corrections.|
I usually won't post Obituaries as that they are owned by the families or news papers and may contain sensitive family information.
If you use my pictures from this site on Ancestry.com or other sites, please give credit in case other relatives want copies of originals, etc.
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|Joyce Squires||Stephen A. Pyrett|
Hi, could you transfer Stephen A. Pyrett to me so that I might be able to edit it for the family? Thank you for your consideration.
|Sandykp||James Clupper Quaker Cem OHIO|
If you have some pictures of him, you can post a few on his memorial :) I just added the tombstone picture and saw your post. :) Sandy
Added by Sandykp on Jun 16, 2016 9:28 AM
|James Ison||Michael Kelly not born in New Market, Cork, Ireland|
Many family trees incorrectly have this Michael Kelly as born in NewMarket, Cork, Ireland based on a misapplied source from an immigration database for a Michael Kelly who arrived in Maryland in 1814. Of course, the Michael Kelly buried in Murrinsville PA was already living in Butler County PA by 1800 as he was enumerated in the 1800 U.S. census for Butler County PA and he paid taxes in Butler County in 1803.
|chris clapsadle||RE: Jacob Clapsadle|
Thank you, seems like that is what happens to our old graveyards. How sad! Knowing that, I will begin to make memorials for some of that family that have no known stone in a cemetery. thanks again! chris clapsadle
|chris clapsadle||father for Jacob clapsadle|
Are you a Clapsadle? You can now add a father for Jacob-it is Capt. Daniel Clapsadle 102158482. thanks for the photo for Jacob and giving him a memorial. chris clapsadle
I came across a memorial you made for Earl Lanigan,123092356. There's another memorial made for him at Alliance City Cemetery in Alliance, Ohio, 145783346.
|Alin Cass||RE: Warner family|
You have been busy, I appreciate all your work on the Warner family memorials. I am getting back at it after a few years off. I have almost no pictures, just a few of my closer relatives. I would be glad to share what I have.
Also, I live in Fort Wayne, Indiana which has a nationally recognized genealogy library so potential resources are nearby.
Fort Wayne, Indiana
Someone else told me that recently. Don't know why.
Added by Me on Jan 21, 2015 7:14 AM
|Ruth David-Fouty||William David|
Philip, Cannot tell you how excited I was to find the picture of William David's marker. I have been searching for a death record, place of burial, anything that could shed some light on my ancestor. The reason I feel this may be the William I am looking for is that his children were from the surrounding areas. Since their are no dates at least there states "son of" on the marker. Do you know of anyone I could hire to go to the cemetery, remove the dirt from the lower portion of the marker, scrub it off, and see who William's Father and possibly Mother were. I Live in Michigan and take care of my 92 year old Mother and her second husband so am unable to make the trip to Ohio as they cannot be left and the distance would require me to be gone at least two days. If this IS the correct William, we would want to put a new marker there and hopefully it would aid in my search for more information concerning him, such as dates. Any help you could give me concerning this would be greatly appreciated. Thank you so much.
email@example.com Ruth David-Fouty
|skye||RE: smith family|
No, the research that I did was in conjunction with documenting East Trumbull Cemetery where their son Arnold is buried.
Added by skye on Jul 14, 2014 11:09 AM
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