|Stu (Koblentz) Haley (#47137674)|
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Historian, author and genealogist with advanced experience in Ohio. Based in Baltimore.|
Author of the following titles from Arcadia Publishing:
Images of America, Marion (2004)
Images of America, Marion County (2007)
Images of America, Upper Arlington (2008)
Images of America, The Ohio State University Neighborhoods (2009)
(And other titles as a "ghost" author for the credited author)
Past president of the Marion County Historical Society, Marion, Ohio.
Working on the following surnames: Monnett(e), Burtsfield, Jones, Foos, VanMeter, Hinamon, Hinaman, Heinemann, Harvey, Fickle, Schmidt, Schmid, Koblentz (Latvian), Dorsey and their allied families.
IMPORTANT: I am happy to transfer people that I have added, if am not descended from that person. Just ask!
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|DJLindsay||Angela Van Meter ; Grand Prairie|
I have deleted the memorial for Angela Van Meter. I just must of added her when I added the other. Someone can follow up in the future to get a photo of the memorial with her dates on it.
|Bethel Nagy||need a date check|
Could you double check the inscription on the grave of Joseph Burtsfield, buried in the Burtsfield cemetery? Find-a-grave notes it as "age 20", making his death date 1841 - but he is listed (presumably alive) with the family in the 1850 census. Could the inscription actually be "age 30"?
|Karla Waller||Eva Mae Atha|
I apologize for not answering sooner but I just found your query concerning Eva Atha and her husband Thomas Dildine. Eva was a sister to my grandmother Rosa Atha and their children are my 1st cousins once removed so yes we are related. Rosa was my Dad's mother who was gone long before I was born. Eva and Rosa's father William Thomas Atha was my great grandfather.
And how are you related?
Karla Newbold Waller
|Nadeen Sobottka||Eva McCullough @ Forest Home Cem., Milw., WI|
Hi Stu, I've added the information to Eva's bio section. Thanks and regards, Nadeen
|D Fryman||RE: Lela Keyes|
Thank you for your reply. Donna
Added by D Fryman on May 11, 2014 8:57 PM
|D Fryman||Lela Keyes Bond|
Looking for information on your memorial of Lela Keyes Bond 38171278
Looking for info on Lela Bond's mother & father. Samantha (Jennie) Coleman Keyes and James Monroe Keyes. Was wondering if you are related. If you are related please contact me. Thank you.
Donna Fryman 47988009 email@example.com
Added by D Fryman on Apr 28, 2014 3:57 PM
Wondering if you would know where Capt John VanMeter's b 1776 first wife Ruth Nelly Seabron or Seaborn was buried. I thought she might be in Rocky Fork, but do not see it on Find A Grave. She d 1812 in OH with him and 3 children. He m Sophia Clark in 1814 in Ross Co OH. So not sure where they were living in 1812. Nellie's last 2 children were b in Colarain twp Ross Co. It would be another puzzle solved if I could find this. Thanks.
Added by Faith on Apr 08, 2014 8:41 AM
|Chris M ||RE: Vale Reynolds|
You are most welcome. I am always glad to transfer memorials to family members.
Added by Chris M on Mar 10, 2014 7:18 PM
|Jane Gerrish Waddell||RE: flower|
Agreed in regards to nice vs. nasty on Find A Grave.
No, I guess I didn't get you message regarding the VanMeters. I checked my email inbox as well as here and there is nothing.
|Jane Gerrish Waddell||RE: James Van Meter|
Hi Stu -
The way to remove a Flower is to click on your actual Flower icon, not the wording, and a screen will come up, with the option "Remove this offering" and proceed. That option, of course, only comes up on your own flower postings.
I see the real problem with putting bio info in a flower in that if several other people add flowers after the one with info, the info one will eventually go off screen and I'm sure there are many viewers, myself included, who do not scroll thru the flowers and find the bio info.
Unfortunately, Find A Grave does not have a means of a person viewing all the "Flowers" they themselves have posted, so to go back and find those with bio info is not an easy task. When bringing such flowers to others attention, I try to convey it as help, rather than critism. I had someone tell me recently that they had gotten "hate mail" about bio info in flowers he had posted on their memorials. It would be a better place, as my mother used to say, if people would "Keep a civil tongue in your head"!
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