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rakjr (#47280556)
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jhculbert
RE: Elijah & Eliza Culbert
Thanks Ray. I was hoping you could all that info. to the memorial, since I cannot. I was also hoping you could add the links I sent you for Elijah and Eliza Day Culbert.

I am not related, so I don't want to take over their management. But, I am researching the Culberts generally, so I will try to contact a descendant, who then might be interested in managing them. Will let you know if she agrees.
Jim
Added by jhculbert on Jul 29, 2016 5:50 PM
Martha Jane (Schliesser) Hicks
Shumaker Pictures at Glenwood Cemetery
Rakjr - You took amazing pictures at the Glenwood Cemetery!! I am so excited to finally see the gravesite of Jonas Shumaker and to see the Shumaker monument too! Thank you SO much for your time and care in getting these fabulous pictures. I am forever grateful.
Added by Martha Jane (Schliesser) ... on Jul 17, 2015 6:08 AM
Holly Cooper
RE: Zachrich
Thank you so much for linking the siblings together and I appreciate the offer of transferring them to me. I would be happy to manage Gertrude Katharine "Gertie" Weber Zachrich #73513626 and the kin linked to her.
Added by Holly Cooper on Jul 12, 2015 8:18 PM
James Harry Lawrence
Frederick Martin & Mary Alberta Bauer
Thank you so much for the photo of my cousin Frederick and his wife Mary Bauer's graves. They were sort of left behind when the rest of the family moved east to Philadelphia, but they will always be remembered. Thanks for all your efforts on behalf of Findagrave. Jim Lawrence
Added by James Harry Lawrence on Jul 12, 2015 4:25 AM
Tom Schoening
Lewis Hahn
Thank You for linking Lewis to his family

Thanks - Tom Schoening
Added by Tom Schoening on Jul 07, 2015 3:49 AM
Flutterby
RE: Old & New Weston
Okay. I have just moved them to New Weston again. If it doesn't work this time, I will contact Find A Grave to figure out what I am doing wrong.

Thanks again and best wishes.
Added by Flutterby on Jul 05, 2015 8:53 PM
Flutterby
RE: Old & New Weston
AND it's also really good that you are contacting contributors (like me!) to let them know that they have memorials in the wrong cemetery.

I should have known that you would be aware of the WCOGS work, but perhaps others who are not will see our discussion here and be helped by it.

It appears that some people who have actually been out to at least one of the two cemeteries and taken photos are still unclear on which cemetery is which. For example, on both Find A Grave and WCOGS there are photos of the stone for Albert E Smith (1896-1972), but one in New Weston (F/G) and one is on Old Weston (WCOGS). To me, that illustrates the depth of confusion.

One last question. . . . The other day I moved my Hinesman memorials to New Weston as you suggested. Today I see they are back in Old Weston. Do you know how that happens with Find A Grave, and what I should do to make it "stick"?

Thanks again for ALL your work.
Best wishes.
Added by Flutterby on Jul 05, 2015 8:43 AM
Chris J. Welsh
J.George & Catherine Huffman
Yes, I would like you to transfer my 3rd great-grandparents memorials to me. Your cooperation would be most appreciated.


You can do this way:

Originally created by: your name.
Maintained by: my name.

Thanks
Added by Chris J. Welsh on Jul 04, 2015 8:53 PM
Chris J. Welsh
J George Huffman
There is near Millersville, Ohio a Germany settlement composed mostly of industrious, hard working people, whose labor has assisted materially in the economic development of the township. A representative family of this class are the Hoffman's. In those days Sandusky county was a wilderness, in which plenty of deer and Indians could be found, but they left this section shortly after. Fremont went by the name of Lower Sandusky in those days, and there was only one brick house in the town when the Hoffman family came here.
Added by Chris J. Welsh on Jul 04, 2015 2:45 AM
Chris J. Welsh
John George Huffman
On J. George memorial, please put the sources where you got your information on his children and siblings. My name should be on his memorial page and his story. This is under copy rights.
Added by Chris J. Welsh on Jul 04, 2015 2:41 AM
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