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just wandering if you have a john Warmuth married to Jamie, from around Reading, Penn.
Added by DAW on Jan 11, 2014 9:20 AM
|ROBBIE DECKER||John Dales|
Thanks for posting the picture of John Dales tombstone for me. It is greatly appreciated.
|Tonda||Mt Carmel Cemetery, Indiana|
First, thanks for photographing and posting to Find a Grave. It is often the best source I find for my ancestors.
For William Beesley, if you zoom in on the picture, you will see that his date of death is 1829.
Added by Tonda on Aug 08, 2013 4:09 PM
|KBrandon||Kincaid/Felton Cemetery Update|
I wanted you to know that I went back to Kincaid this morning, and I went down into the ravine on the eastern edge of the cemetery, and I found numerous gravestones. I will post two pictures of the two gravestones that I drug up the steep ravine, (Oscar W. Maddock and Henry C. McDonald). There was also a base of a stone almost at the bottom of the ravine in which I also brought back up to the cemetery. The McDonald stone was buried in almost 2 feet of dirt, indicating that it had slid down the hill years ago. It weighed almost 150lbs, but I somehow managed to get it back up to the fence-line. I will bring it back into the cemetery next week. I found at least 3 more large gravestones down the ravine, but I will be working on getting them either up to the cemetery or will just take pictures of them in the ravine if they are too heavy to move up the hill. My intention is to not damage the stones. I am still looking for the Hays stone that you thought might be here....hopefully one of the three other stones that I found are one for Hays.
I will keep you updated as I find gravestones.
Added by KBrandon on Jul 15, 2013 2:20 PM
I am very happy to post what I find here. I have found numerous gravestones in the woods and have been working to bring them back into the cemetery. On the eastern edge of the cemetery, there is a very steep slope downward into Paint Creek, and when working along the slope yesterday and the day before, I discovered a row of at least 7 empty bases and two very large platforms that once held monuments. All are gone/missing. I am under the impression that since these gravestones/monuments were so close to the edge of the slope, they are likely at the bottom of the ravine. I have already dug out two massive gravestones that were located under the fence along the eastern edge of the cemetery, and I had to remove two large fallen trees to extract the stones. The one stone is for John Kincaide. That stone took me almost an hour to dig out from under the fence. The other stone was for Elizbeth Kincaid. I also found a row of gravestones located in the thick woods to the north of the cemetery that belonged to the Hugh McDonald Family. (I posted pictures of these stones as well). Samuel Kincaid's stone was under a pile of leaves and trees along the south side of the cemetery and I had never knew that it even existed until I found it with my probe yesterday.
I haven't ran across any stone with Hay's name on it, but I will be certain to look for it. I do know of a Hay's Cemetery located in Israel Township here in Preble County, Ohio, but am not sure if this is the family that you are looking for. Let me know about the Hay's family you are looking for at Kincaid and I will look for them.
Always glad to be of service, and please let me know if you have any questions about the cemeteries.
Added by KBrandon on Jul 13, 2013 8:26 AM
I wanted to let you know that I have been working at the Felton/Kincaid Cemetery in Preble County Ohio and have unearthed numerous gravestones. I am going to be putting pictures of All stones on the Felton Cemetery site.
Please let me know if you have any questions about the gravestones or names...I found lots of gravestones in the woods adjacent to the cemetery itself.
Added by KBrandon on Jul 12, 2013 4:15 PM
|Janet Ketchum Armbrust||Hannah Cann|
Thank you so much. At least this is evidence of a Hannah Cann being buried in Franklin Twp. We so appreciate you taking the time to photograph the headstone. Janet
|Terry W.||THANKS!|Added by Terry W. on Mar 03, 2013 11:16 AM
|Terry W.||Samuel McHenry|
Dear Ms. Warmuth,
Hello! Please consider the transfer of Samuel McHenry #50157632 to my account #47154391.
I have family links and genalogical information for his memorial site. Your work in the field is greatly appreciated.
Added by Terry W. on Mar 03, 2013 8:33 AM
|Pattie Ford||George & Ellen Jeanes|
Thank you so much for your time and great photo. D Warmuth!!! I really appreciate it. May I have your permission to post the photo on my family tree?
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