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What a great feeling to help others connect with ancestors. And often the reward comes in being able to meet new relatives online as well. |
If I have entered your ancestor and you wish to manage the memorial, send me a request via the "edit" tab. I am pleased when that can happen. I am glad to update or add information and make corrections to what I've placed on memorials as well. While it's good to use the "guidelines" for management, I do not consider this a religion. Be kind to others as life it too short to be nasty with one another.
And feel free to use any photos I've taken of your family's stones on your other projects.
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|Marylee 🌹||Frederick Steinberger Stonebarger|
Hi again! Oops! :) I just found out that Frederick Stonebarger was born in Tyrol, Austria. So, my mistake! When I found the documents backing this up then I knew this was definitely correct. I have no idea where the info of Munich, Bavaria, Germany came from, thought I know in a book on the history of Champaign County his grandson David Steinberger, who has the incorrect headstone photo on his memorial, said they came from Germany. Perhaps at one time that area was once a part of Germany and this could be causing the confusion. Munich is not Tyrol, though, so who knows. I'm glad I have found the correct info as I do want our info to be as accurate as possible.
David's son George Smith Steinberger ran a trap line from Urbana through to the Nettle Creek area and was quite a woodsman. My grandpa Ralph Steinberger spoke of him. He remembered him from when he was a boy.
Thanks agin for your time! Have a great day!
|Marylee 🌹||David Steinberger|
Hello, Oops! Wanted to let you know you have a wrong headstone photo on David Steinberger's memorial. He is my GGGG-Uncle, the son of George Steinberger who is buried in Hardin County, Iowa (under the spelling Steenberger). George and several others in the family moved out to Iowa in 1851-1852 and were very prominent in the shaping of that area as well as the Mad River area in Champain County around Nettle Creek, Bowlusville, and Union. Their Father John Isaiah Steinberger (son of Frederick of Munich, Bavaria, Germany-his father being a duke of Tirol, Austria, but Frederick was born in Munich, not an uncommon thing) I believe built the Steinberger distillery and George with his brother John Nauman Steinberger (not the second as their middle names are different) built the Steinberger Mill which operated along side of the distillery. It stood where 55 crosses over the Mad River for 130 years. Every year there is a Steinberger reunion there in the area. The stone you have is for another David who is younger, 1890-1968. My GGGG-Uncle David was born 1800 and died in 1883 according to the memorial. I thought he lived longer but not exactly sure at the moment. I wonder if maybe you accidentally switched the photos and the memorials? Best of luck!
|Cheryl Thomas Enyart||RE: William Burton|
WOW, ok, The death certificate is usually filled out by the undertaker. I guess he could have been the clerk at the registrar.. could you send the DC to me trayne1837inc at yahoo.com. I am working on this for someone else.. need to go back and look at my notes.
THanks for the info
You are welcome.
Added by LKat on Feb 24, 2013 1:54 PM
|Bruce Hicks||RE: Robert Snyder memorial|
It was my pleasure. I'm so glad you have reconnected with your old friend.
I am pleased that you found your friend, Bruce is a very generous contributor. You had a nice bio perhaps you can add another to his memorial page. I see you made a request for the photo that has been claimed. You should have a photo soon.
Added by LKat on Feb 20, 2013 4:50 PM
|Roy Fisher||Thomas Everett|
Thanks for the picture of the tombstone.
Thanks so much for the photo of his military marker
Added by kateb on Feb 06, 2013 5:14 AM
|genieresearcher||Jackson County cemeteries|
Hello, I did find a contact for Scioto Burial Cem and Rhoda Ann Rose Lundy is not listed there. So far no luck but thanks for remembering me.
|genieresearcher||Pleasant Grove Cemetery|
sorry if this is duplicate message but I'm trying to find a way to contact Pleasant Grove Cemetery in Jackson County OH and also Scioto Burial Cem or Remby Cemetery with no luck. Looking for daughter of Sylvester Rose who is in Pleasant Grove. I can't find her death record to determine burial location. Rhoda Ann ROSE Lundy. ANy help or contact info you might have to share would be appreciated! thank you!
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