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Gary W. Royer (#46810734)
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Melody Roswell
J.R. O'Harra
This one is James Reid or Reid O'Harra and is actually at Green Lawn Cemetery with his wife Rachel A. Cloud-O'Harra. This is the data that I have for him on Green Lawn Cemetery: O'Harra, James R 02/22/1810 01/05/1855 O'Harra, James (his father of course)
O'Harra, Rachael Ann 05/02/1813 03/31/1877 Cloud, Robert
This is his wife Rachel Ann Cloud James Reid O'Harra's wife...

PS: They only have them listed as being buried there and there is no grave marker for them but if you are interested enough you can make contact with Green Lawn and they can tell you a plot number and section as well. I do not have that information.
Added by Melody Roswell on Aug 10, 2015 10:20 PM
Karen Miles
Angeline & Sarah Nadenbush
Mr. Royer, Thanks so much for publishing the information and photos of the Old Franklinton Cemetery and the grave stone of Angeline and for memorializing Angeline and Sarah. My great, great, great grandmother Eliza Nadenbush Gaw was their sister. I visited the site a number of years ago from California and also took photos. Angeline died from complications of child birth in bearing her son James Van Pelt.
I appreciate your service in preserving the information on our departed ancestors by recording their gravestones.
Blessings on you.
Karen Miles
Added by Karen Miles on Apr 03, 2015 8:21 PM
Carol Allen
Lillie Gilpin and John Jack Rice are in my genealogy. Got them back to Abraham Rice and Keziah Cave!
Carol Hinson Allen
Added by Carol Allen on Sep 18, 2014 2:57 PM
RE: Risley Memorials
Hi Gary- Thanks so much for transferring the memorials. I really appreciate it. I will definitely keep the information about you organizing the effort to get a headstone for Jacob. That was a very kind thing for you to do. Best wishes for health and happiness in 2014! Best, Matt
Added by MSB on Jan 05, 2014 2:49 PM
Vicky Roark
RE: Mazie Hinton Jones #14424985

You are very welcome. Mazie's father, John Cox Hinton, is my 2nd g-grandfather. I have a Hinton tree on Let me know if you would like access to the tree. The research is part mine, part from G W Hinton's family history and the research of Phyllis Hinton Queen.

Added by Vicky Roark on Sep 20, 2013 5:49 PM
Vicky Roark
Mazie Hinton Jones #14424985
Please add links to Mazie's parents. Father is John C Hinton #34498788 and her mother is Mahala Wilson Hinton Barnes #43186534.

Thank you,
Vicky Hinton Roark
Added by Vicky Roark on Sep 19, 2013 9:01 PM
Shirley McElyea
I see you have a picture of the old post office in Franklinton and also known as the David Deardurff home (as the sign in front of the house says). That settles that discussion about the spelling of David's last name.
Who do I get in touch with to see abou getting a veterans monument put up for Jospeh Grate?
Again thanks for all the work you do.
Added by Shirley McElyea on Sep 14, 2013 9:13 AM
Scioto Cemetery
Hello Gary:
I was reading with interest the comments on the photos of Scioto Cemetery and was disgusted to read about the vandalism by three teens. I would be interested in more. Could you please email me privately? dianne_m43701 (at) Thanks for the consideration.
Added by Dianne on Jul 07, 2013 10:51 AM
After reading a Book.
I found this Cemetary after reading about it in a book written by a Marine who served in the Gulf War.
He was a kid who grew up in Franklinton and visited the cemetary often and taken in by the old soldiers buried there and their lost stories.
He grew up, was sent off to war, and had a greater understanding of the trial and sacrifices of those solders and came home from the war to visit the cemetary and pay his respect. Great story.

Braving the Fear: Rowdy Marines written by Columbus Author Douglas Foster.
Added by RipperK on Apr 11, 2013 11:58 AM
RE: Francis Moorehead
THANK YOU!! for the reply. Please keep me in mind.
Added by MJM on Jan 08, 2013 8:02 PM
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