|Greg and Cindy Thredgold (#46919839)|
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I have done genealogy for about 12 years, am a member of RAOGK volunteers, Family History Consultant and admitted Family History addict. |
We absolutely love this work ... and find that after we've photographed for other's requests ... photos show up for us that have been requested ...... what goes around .........................
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|Michael Wood||RE: James Adams d 1905|
Greg/Cindy, thanks for your reply and the link to James Adams' memorial page. Regarding the middle initial "A", I'm sorry, with "JA" I just meant James Adams. I am assuming, based on Ancestry.com, etc., yours is James Edward Adams. I am entering him on my 16th OVI website as James Edward Adams. Thanks again for your reply! Mike
|Karen Foster Montgomery||# 73209058|
Some information of possible interest for:
Find A Grave Memorial# 73209058
Jane B. Foster
The 1850 U.S. Federal Census Mortality Schedule shows Jane B. Foster died in May 1850 of consumption; age 38y; married; enumerated in Martinsburg, Lewis County, New York.
She was the first wife of Alburn Foster. Her maiden name is: Scovil.
The Northern Journal newspaper, reported her death date as 23 May 1850. This is per an extract from Lowville, NY, newspapers found in a book at Ancestry.com.
|Paula (Etzel) Redmond||RE: Elsie A Thies & George Willis Rockwell|
You are very welcomed.
|Robert Malone||RE: Rabel's|
I believe the Edward Beer you mentioned is a different line of the family (Hans Beer line) from my wife, but they are related. Their son Ron Beer, who died last year, was my wife's 3rd cousin. I did know Ron Beer, though not well, met him several times, he was very big into genealogy. My Find-A-Grave memorials do include Edward, and I took the photos for Teresa and Ron Beer's memorials. The Beer's were German-speaking Swiss. Many of those they married with were Germans from Hungary, an historic region known as The Banat, located largely to the east and north of Belgrade, Serbia; the German population there was mainly expelled (or killed) by the Red Army and Yugoslav partisans at the close of World War II. A fascinating, and ugly, story.
|Robert Malone||RE: Rabel - Stehle|
Photos have been placed on his memorial. His tombstone has been partially moved out of place by the tree roots, with just a corner sticking out at the bottom of the tree on the right (the only sign that there were burials beneath the trees). I brushed off the dead needles and found it also had the name of his mother on it, other wise I wouldn't have looked further. I was actually looking for someone else's burial site at the time, having given up finding grave markers for Rabel. This is why many cemeteries prohibit people from planting stuff on graves.
|Shirley Bybee||Mary Ann Slater Stevens|
Since you are closer related than I am, I will gladly thransfer her to you. Her sister, Margaret Ellen Slater Bybee is my great-great-grandma.
Do you happen to have any photos showing my gggma with her family that you can place on her memorial. Amd also identifying who are in the photo.
I would deeply appreciate it.
I have tranferred this memorial to you. I was taking pictures of several of my relatives graves at the Ogden City Cemetery and took about 50 of the surrounding headstones, too -- and just made up memorials for them. I am happy to have taken this photo for you and happy to make the transfer. Keep hunting!
Added by Coleen on Nov 10, 2013 10:23 AM
|Donna White||RE: Shipman Obits|
I am not related to you at all. I felt bad that I could not find the parents at Sunset and I know that you can find more info on obits. I was already going down to the Columbus main downtown library (top floor) to look up some other obits, so I added these 3 on. I think obits help to find people that are descended on the tree that are not so easy to find online.
I can scan and email you the obits if you want to email me your email address.
I know if you have a columbus library card, they will look up a few obits a month for free.
I have had to get microfiches from Arizona through inter library loan. You would think it would be cheaper for them to look up stuff and email like other libraries.
If you have a library card with columbus library, you can type in your library card and pin and go to "research" and "newspaper obits" and get the fairly new obits, just not the old ones.
There are stories about the fire in the newspaper. They put the bodies in a makeshift morgue for the families to ID and pick up, so that would delay the burials.
He may have either been half alive and taken home to die or else they just made that up to save face.
He is listed in the newspaper dead list as "Lee Shipman" so maybe he went by Lee.
Per your photo requests for Helen Ada F. Brenon McQuade and Thomas D. McQuade, I've posted photos of their gravestone. Please note that also buried in the same plot (based on the inscriptions on the stone), are: Helen Ada McQuade, daughter, 1889-1952 and Leon A. McQuade, son, 1885-1906. If you create memorial pages for the daughter and son, I'll post the photos to their pages, as well.
Added by Lucy on Oct 08, 2013 6:50 PM
|Michael Wood||James Adams d 1905|
I am the author of a website dedicated to the 16th Ohio Volunteer Infantry Civil War regiment. I am trying to find out if your James Adams servced in the 16th OVI. I have a JA Company A born about 1826 (stated age at enlistement 1861 was 35). Do you know if your JA was 16th Ohio? Thank you!
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