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Thanks to everyone who left flowers and kind words to any of the memorials I have created, please let me know if you see any mistakes in any of the memorials i have created, so i can fix it.
some family names im researching:
Coleman - Winchell - Standall - Keplar/Kepler - Birtcher/Bircher - Omen - Hyde - Hitchings - Schoonover - Flowers - Warren - Hughes - Pitts - Davis - Warrington - stone - Lewis - Whitmore
If anyone can help with any of these names please let me know.
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Flowers and Tokens are very much welcome.
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|Della Lilly||Mem # 130449920|
"Thank You" for getting in touch with me re. the memorial. His place of burial is the Tom Lilly Cemetery located at Ghent/Flat Top, WV, (located "under the shadow" of Winter Place Ski Resort) and someone has posted his memorial to Tom Lilly Cemetery .. I think it would, however, if, on removing your posting from the Celia Jane Lilly Cemetery, you would post the clipping to his memorial at Tom Lilly Cemetery .. Please keep in touch .. Della
|Teresa McGill Faulkner||RE: Duplicate|
I have added the photo to the memorial #11534779 I was happy to add it for you.
|Jackie & Ralph||Transfers|
When requesting a transfer, please state how you are related.
|Dave Davisson||Mildred (Timmons) Scott|
Thanks so much!
|David Sharp||RE: Theodore|
You're more than welcome.
|DHRH||RE: Edna Woodard Greenlawn Cemetery Nelsonville|
I have offspring but haven't gotten to that part yet.
Added by DHRH on Jul 23, 2014 8:58 AM
|DHRH||Edna Woodard Greenlawn Cemetery Nelsonville|
Please connect Edna with her parents.
George Riley Hickman Find A Grave Memorial# 132931826
Samantha Alretta Leach Hickman Find A Grave Memorial# 132931868
I also have this from her tragic death:
The following death notices are from a Nelsonville, Ohio newspaper and are preserved in a collection of Athens County obituaries:
Mrs. Clyde Woodard, Nelsonville---YOUNG WOMAN TAKEN....Mrs. Clyde Woodard, died at an early hour today at her home in Columbus, after an illness with flu and pneumonia. The news of her death was a terrible shock to her friends in this city. The death is very sad because of the serious illness with the disease of her husband and four children who survive her. Mrs. John Htlaz (sic, Saltz) of this city were at the beside (sic, bedside). Mr. Clyde Woodard is the only son of Mr. and Mrs. Ward Woodard of this city and is well known here. The remains will be brought to this city Tuesday at ten o'clock. They will be placed in the vault at Greenlawn until the conditions of the husband improves. Dated March 3, 1919.
Clyde Woodard, Nelsonville--News of the death of Clyde Woodard aged 37 at his home in Columbus at noon today from pneumonia following the flu was received this afternoon by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ward Woodard, of this city. Less than a week ago Mrs Woodard died of the same disease and her body was placed in vault here, awaiting the outcome of her husband's illness. The Woodards have four small children, all of whom are just recovering from the same disease. Mr. Woodard was the only son of Mr. and Mrs. Ward Woodard and was born and reared here, where he was favorably known. One sister, Mrs. John Saltz, lives here and two sisters, Mrs. Harry Hinman and Mary Woodard live in Bridgeport.....Dated March 8, 1919
Clyde and Edna Woodard--Double Funeral--A large number of friends and relatives gathered Monday afternoon to pay the last tribute of love and respect to the memory of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Woodard, at the Woodard home on West Washington street. One week ago the young wife and mother was called ,on last Saturday, the husband and father followed his wife. Both deaths occurred in Columbus, their present home. The body of Mrs. Woodard was brought last Wednesday to this city and yesterday morning the body of the husband came. Both bodies were taken to the Woodard home where the funeral services, one of the sadest ever held in this city, was held. Rev. Arthur M. Mann, assisted by Rev. L. O. Matheny conducted the service. N. B. Cook of Columbus was in charge. Mr. Clyde Woodard was a Nelsonville boy, reared in this city where he was universally known and most highly respected. Several years ago he married Miss Edna Hickman, tho not a Nelsonville girl, she was of a pleasing personality and had many friends in this city. They are survived by four small children. The double death, one of the saddest to visit our city, came as a terrible and awful blow to those near and dear to them here. The bodies were laid to rest together in a double grave at Greenlawn. Dated March 11, 1919.
Added by DHRH on Jul 23, 2014 2:24 AM
|William Branch||Theodore Forbes, et-al - Denison Cemetery|
I've added photos to your memorials for Theodore Forbes and his family members who are buried with him at Denison Cemetery. I believe Jennie Coates Forbes is the Jane M. that you see on the middle headstone. They are all listed in the Cleveland Cemetery Index here: http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~ohcdrt/clecems/denindex.html. I did see a Coates headstone in a different section of the cemetery, but I didn't know that Jennie was a Coates before I went there.
Are you relation to any of the people you want transfered?
Grace and Albert Perkins are buried in the same plot and they have no markers. I have reposted the photo I took explaining that in May 2014. Sorry to be the bearer of an unmarked grave. Chris
Added by macso on Jul 20, 2014 7:58 PM
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