|Angela Holt Ohm (#46584080)|
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|I love doing genealogy research and I've been researching for many years.|
I think recording, photographing and preserving grave sites is very important and memorializing those who have passed away on Find A Grave is a wonderful way to pay tribute to those who we've loved and lost.
If you see any errors or have more information on my memorials please feel free to suggest corrections and additions.
Unless I am directly descended, I am happy to transfer memorials to those who are more closely related.
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|Pamela Estep||RE: Daniel McCoy picture|
You're welcome Angela. There is a lot of photos online that are ms-identified. People just assume its this or that person when it has a name on it and it keeps being posted elsewhere as the wrong one. The same goes for data, wrong spouses, children etc..
|Pamela Estep||Daniel McCoy picture|
Just wanted to let you know that the photo of Daniel McCoy is not that of Daniel son of William & Cordelia.
It is of Daniel W. McCoy s/o John & Phebe Roberts McCoy. He was born 06 Aug 1841 Rainsboro, Highland County, Ohio and died 01 May 1902 De Witt, Clinton County, Iowa.
Captain Daniel W. McCoy commanded the 175th Ohio at the Battle of Franklin, TN. Originally he served in Co I, 24th OVI.
Daniel W. McCoy served four years during the Civil War.
This Daniel W. McCoy married twice, 1st Eva V. Vallete (divorced) and 2nd Margaret Ann O'Brien,
Here is the number where the photo is posted to the wrong Daniel.
Find A Grave Memorial# 57403553
This photo is being passed around as the wrong Daniel who was a brother to my 3rd Great Grandmother.
The Civil War started April 12, 1861 and ended in Spring, 1865. In 1861 William and Cordelia's son Daniel was 71 years old. The man in the photo looks to be in his 20's. When the war started Daniel W. McCoy pictured was 20 years old. I have another photo of him when he was older.
|Glen Gallagher||Harriett Gayhart - Amanda Cemetery|
I visited the Amanda Cemetery this week, but did not find the grave for Harriett Gayhart. I can't say that I did a 100% check of all the graves - it was a little colder than I realized so I was sort of rushed. However I did not see any markers for the Gayhart family. Also there are a fair number of unmarked stone monuments, so it's possible that Martha might be buried at one of these.
|Andrew Hahn||New friend|
please leave flowers for Patricia Schmitz. :)
|Dennis Moore||McCoy Family|
Thanks Angie, for taking the high ground,cousin!
|M.A. Curtiss||Michael Hendricks|
Hello Angie. This is really an awesome site. Lots of work.
I noticed all of Aunt Vicie's children and not listed. I spoke with Alice this evening. She's 85 now and bless her heart she's getting senile like the rest of us but it was so wonderful to hear her laugh.
Mary Ann Gillman-Curtiss
That would be Chauncey Cemetery in Logan County. thanks!
I have found paperwork stating my grandparents Albert and Lucile Hamaker were laid to rest here in the 50-60S. No name listed so how might I find out where they are located? Thanks for your help. Tina Kesterson email@example.com
|Paul Clary||RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 89712806 Elsworth Stone|
You are welcome, Angela. Glad to assist.
|Ethel Gore||Sidney Lydia Mccoy|
I am looking for information on my Great Great Grandmother. She was Sidney Lydia Mccoy. Born @1806. She married Hezekiah Oney. In 1860 she was living in Northern Division of Tippah, Miss.If you have any information please pass it along. Thank you.
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