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Gene Dulin (#46799007)
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Bio Photo My home base is Columbus, OH, with easy access to the Ohio Historical Society Archival Library. Researching surnames: DULIN, YOUNG, AMOS, STEITZ, NICHOLS, ROBINSON, HILL, McKITRICK, REDINBO, HYLAND, RADER, FRESHWATER, MARSH. Have 15,000 names on my Family Tree Maker D/B - but am not yet back to Adam & Eve - so I continue! Always glad to help & to get help.
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C.A. Brooman
RE: Francis Edward Uffeman
Thanks for your response about Frank Ufferman.

I know what you mean about this "merging" stuff. I have now encountered it a number of times. Some people now appear to have more than one page, leaving "orphaned" pages that, as you mention, can no longer be changed.

Concerning tombstone repair... I have many of my own ancestors at Oak Grove. (Denison, Stanbery, Mendenhall, etc.)

My great great grandfather, Wesley Denison (who was an engineer and did a whole bunch of work for Oak Grove involving filling in a pond, drainage, etc.), erected a memorial headstone at Oak Grove for his father, John Denison, who died on 27 Jul 1840, and is buried somewhere in Licking county. It is double-sided, with the front being a regular tombstone (birth, death), and the back being a short synopsis of his life (names of parents and wife, year of emigration from Luzerne Co, Pa. to Hebron, Ohio, etc.). The stone has been flaking off on the front, and has become severely worn on the back to the point of illegibility. I was also thinking about replacement (too expensive!) or possibly the addition of an engraved metal plate at the base to record the original dates and wording. Part of the wording at the base of the stone on both sides has already been lost. Some things I already know, but the wording on the back contained information that may have been important.

Added by C.A. Brooman on May 10, 2015 7:02 PM

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