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Susan Holbrook (#46987261)
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Bio Photo I am a descendant of Robert Newton Ford (the man who shot Jesse James)and Charlie Ford. Growing up, I lived in the same house with Mildred Gillars "Axis Sally".

I will travel almost anywhere in Ohio and often travel throughout the midwest. Be happy to help anyone trying to locate a grave.

I was born on All Hallows Eve, so that has to have something to do with my fascination with cemeteries.

Currently I am a substitute teacher in three different school districts and teach K thru 12 and special needs.

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Jan Bos from Nijmegen, Holland
Sgt Kenneth E. Brady
Kenneth E. Brady was a sergeant in 1st Platoon, Company H, 504th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division. He was killed by tankfire on 13 July 1943 (other source mention 10 July 1943) near Niscemi, Sicily.
Sergeant Brady was first buried in the temporary American GELA Cemetery (Sicily) in grave F-66-790.

After the war his remains were reptariated and buried in the Cedar Park Cemetery in Calumet, Illinois.

Please add this additional information to his records and pleaser change US AirForce into 82nd Airborne Division

I am writing a book about the temporary American GELA Cemetery and hope to finish it this year

Jan Bos
Nijmegen, Holland
Added by Jan Bos from Nijmegen, Ho... on Jan 31, 2015 4:21 AM
Joan Bartz
James Davis in Middle Creek
I noticed your photo request and offer the following suggestion. There is already a very nice photo posted to his wife's memorial. Why don't you just ask the photo volunteer to post it to his memorial, as well?

(I have many relatives in Middle Creek. You can see that most of the existing photo requests for Middle Creek are mine.)
Added by Joan Bartz on Aug 29, 2014 1:25 PM
Jessie Combs
RE: Forest Reid Gunderman
Thanks for that info. Ill change it right quick!
Added by Jessie Combs on May 07, 2014 7:50 PM
charles hanna
Mary Jane Haynes #49454470
Mary Jane (Tressler) Haynes born October 9, 1849 Greene Co., Ohio. Died June 17, 1922 Clinton Co., Ohio. Daughter of John N. and Catherine Boots Tressler. Link to her husband Samuel #49454444. Thank you
Added by charles hanna on May 07, 2013 8:43 AM
Kellie Rutter
Catherine M Hostetter
Thank you for the info on catherine and jennie Hostetter. Hope I got it added correctly.
Added by Kellie Rutter on Feb 20, 2012 6:22 PM
William Warnock
I added Mr. Warnock's birth information, but I don't think the marriage year for Nancy and him is correct. He died in 1869. I think they were married back in Indiana. At least that is where my g-granduncle David Dickson Warnock (their son) was born.
Added by Sheryl on May 07, 2011 1:29 PM
Dan & Barbara
Nancy Armantrout
Spelling Correction has been made. Thank You.
Since she is in your family I have transferred her to you.
If you have other family members in my care please let me know.
Added by Dan & Barbara on May 01, 2011 4:53 PM
Cousin Becky
Money Cemetery
Susan, My husband and I have driven by this
property and can see nothing but farmland. If there used to be markers in the corner of the field, we cannot see them now. They could have been moved or could still be on the private property that we could not see. I would suggest you might try to contact the property owner. In 1986 it was listed as Harold Bergman. If that has no luck, maybe the Township trustee could help or the Mercer County Genealogy Society. Good Luck!
Added by Cousin Becky on Apr 27, 2011 9:42 AM
Cracraft Proud
Iron County Utah
Hi Susan

Thanks so much for the added information on the Watts and Robinson families in Parowan and Paragonah. I have added links and the information you provided when a link was not available.

The photos you posted are outstanding! Thanks for helping us see a bit into the lives of the people who settled here!
Added by Cracraft Proud on May 29, 2010 10:27 AM
Susan Jones
The picture shows the stone has had some bad damage over the years, but it was lovingly repaired by a gentleman who cared for the cemetery until his death. The cemetery is still cared for, though some of the markers are beyond repair. I am glad to have been able to record this stone for you.

Added by Kocart on May 07, 2010 9:42 AM
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