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I love doing genealogy, the search is the best part of the hunt. Now I was able to help out others and put some photograph's up on the site. I had a great time looking through the cemetery trying to connect people to their families, so they won't be forgotten.|
I live in Ashtabula County,Ohio
Please feel free to use any of my photo's as you wish, they are your relatives !! I'm just helping you on the road to further your family search. I'm very happy to take these pictures for you !!
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|Rebecca Ellis||RE: Castleman/ Roof|
You're welcome -- I'm glad I could help. I had fun getting those photos :)
|Bryan Fields||Volin/Jakes photo requests|
Hello again RMH!
Calvary Cem0etery isn't very cooperative in looking up grave locations to Find-A-Grave photography volunteers - they'll only do 3 at a time and recently cut me off from asking for any more locations. I was trying to add locations for the very large backlog of photo reqs for the cemetery; there's over 400 requests. Those that include the grave plot get photographed first, so I'd recommend that you add that info to the Find-A-Grave memorial page. Call 216-641-7575 for the cemetery office; they'll provide you 3 locations without charging you for them.
|Betsy D.B.||Wallace & Betty Dingman grave, Andover Ohio|
Thank you so much for photographing & uploading pictures of my parent's headstone & grave-front & back. We appreciate the considerable time it took to do this. God bless you!
|Sherry Kelley||John Craig/Louise Keith|
This is what I love about genealogy! I believe that John Earl Craig was the step-son of Louise's sister Nell. 1920 census from Milwaukee shows a John Craig (age 47) with wife Nell (age 27) and son Jack (age 17). There is a public member tree that has Nell married to John Craig who died in 1932 in Ohio. She married Geo Cook in 1933. There is probably more info to be found.
|Mary Gleason||Joseph Pomeroy Chapin|
RMH, thank you so much for your valuable work. I had been looking for several family gravesites and you led me to them! Joseph Pomeroy Chapin was my great-great-great grandfather. You list my great-great grandmother (his daughter) as ROXA M Chapin, but in fact her name was ROXY Maria Chapin,1840-1883, buried in Oakdale Cemetery in Jefferson. More detail on the other children: Ruthey A., b. 1842; Harley Upson, 1850-1904. Thanks again, much gratitude to you.
|Bryan Fields||RE: John Neupert|
Always glad to help out. I learner a lot about Sol's Section U at Monroe Street while looking for John!
|Ralph Hammond-Green||RE: Mount Lebanon ?? Cemetery|
Thank you for checking.
|Ralph Hammond-Green||Mount Lebanon ?? Cemetery|
Have you heard of such a cemetery in "South New Lyme" Ashtabula County? I have two listings with this burial on the death certificates. Gerrit Woodworth is one name.
|angel searcher||RE: Richard Revelt|
|Patricia Nelson||How did you do calculated family?|
I am Patricia Nelson, child of Walt I Nelson,as he was known later in life to me. Walt was born either Reith Nelson, or as he was in his Marine Corps designation, Waldemar Ivor Nelson.
Walt was the little brother (I think) of Edna Mae Nelson, later Marsh, the woman whose grave you found and put on Find a Grave. I saw the other siblings on Edna Mae's site as calculated relationships and I was interested how you found them. Edna Mae's mother was originally Ellen Ryden, and her sister also married a Nelson, making the whole thing rather more complex. Ellen Ryden married Henry Oscar Nelson, and later WW Woodruff. Her grave may not be near any of the others. Also, my father's sibs seem to change names occasionally, as did he. Is there any light you could shine of this?
I never met any of my father's family, so any information, however small, would be gladly received.
Thanks for your attention.
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