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This website has been a great help to me, finding my ancestors in Ohio, North and South Dakota, and New York. I have added a few memorials along the way myself. If you find one of your ancestors among them, please request a transfer!|
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|Hubert Knauff, Jr.||RE: Robert Dickey -- cousins of sort|
Depending on which child eventually brought you into the world, it is very possible it is more than 4th or 5th cousins (once removed or not, depending on how one calibrates it). My maternal grandparents were distant cousins, as one's 2X-great-grandfather (or 3X great-grandmother) remarried after the spouse died. It was either Robert or his spouse that survived & remarried. Several generations (3 to my grandfather, 2 to my grandmother) later, met & married, and had 10 children. To their 8th child my mother was born and I was her 4th. My uncle warned me about the confusion I would run into when he learned I was working on the family tree. And he was right, even when computers came out, keeping folks from getting mixed up or making such comparisons in the can generate a headache for sure. To add to the problem, many up my maternal line have common surnames like ROSS, DICKEY, HICKMAN, SNIDER, among others... Geez..
|Hubert Knauff, Jr.||RE: Robert Dickey|
Memorial# 40310329 Robert Dickey is my maternal 4x-Great-grandfather.
|Linda Jean Limes Ellis||RE: Nancy A. Mitchell Smith marker|
Hi Scott, many thanks for taking the photo of the marker for Nancy Smith and for posting it on her Find A Grave memorial.
Haven't received anything as of yet.
|Shantel Davis||RE: Dean Cemetery|
Hi! I haven't seen anything in my email as of yet. If you get a second try sending it again. So sorry not sure what happened. I do so appreciate the help. ..I'm at a loss.
|Shantel Davis||Dean Cemetery|
Hi! My name is Shantel and I have been tracing down my ancestors for some time. I have come across a parental connection to the McGinnis line and have been able to visit each of the graves but James Sr and Elizabeth. Unable to locate the farm or the graves although the cordinates was a help for Im sure they put us the right road, a Westfalls rd I believe. I was hoping since you had obviously been able to find if, if there were any clues or ideas that can get me going in the right direction. Plus I would like to be able to contact whichever farm owners are on the land to make sure its alright to be running around on their property. I f you could help me in any way I would be so greatful. You may contact me here or at email@example.com.
Thanks again for your time
God Bless & Keep Searching,
|brenwit||Thank you - RE: Graves of John and Isabella Adams|
Good morning Scott,
Whether you took the time to photograph these graves to accommodate my request, or you did it in pursuit of your own research, I wanted to thank you for doing so. I was thrilled to receive the notification and to see these pictures! I only recently located their interments and, no longer being in the Midwest, I may have never had the chance to visit. Thanks also for requesting that the graves be linked on findagrave. After receiving my notification, I tried to make the same request to have the graves linked - only to find you'd beaten me to it! : )
A couple of things: 1) Please let me know should you also be related to John and Isabella - my 4Xs Great Grandparents. I'd love to collaborate! 2) Should you find yourself at The Old Burying Ground again and happen upon the graves of William Kilgore (1774-1814) and his wife, Margaret Sample (Cochran) Kilgore (1783-1871), I'm seeking photographs of their graves as well. Their daughter, Hannah, married John's son, Thomas, making William and Margaret my 4Xs GG's as well.
~ My sincere appreciation
Added by brenwit on Sep 26, 2015 7:33 AM
|Marianna Kerns Morgan||RE: John DeVoss Sr.|
Thank you very much for this information...and thanks for all the good work you are doing at the old burial grounds.
I don't know how I overlooked that he was buried in Greenfield Cemetery. I found him on an old list I have and you are correct the section is 3a and lot 104, which I have added to the memorial.
If there is anything else needed, please let me know.
|Patty Leigh||Daniel Lucas|
Thank you SO MUCH for posting the photo of Daniel Lucas' headstone. When I visited I couldn't find it although I found his brother and I was so disappointed. I appreciate you very much!
|Marianna Kerns Morgan||RE: Loveina Burner Taylor|
I have taken care of it. Thanks!
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