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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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|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.
|Rootsrcher||RE: Abbie F Dunlap Otto|
Thank you, I appreciate it,Rootsrcher
|Bonnie Hood||Leander Brobst request|
if you can call Crown Hill Trumbull County OH and get section and plot # I will try to get your photo. The cemetery wants to charge me $5.00 per name since I'm not related.
Thank you for the recent transfer of Rose Marker Warner and her husband.
Added by moxie on Jun 10, 2014 7:21 PM
|Debbie Forte||Nancy Starkweather|
Thank you for photographing the grave of Nancy Starkweather in the Maple Grove Cemetery in Andover. She was the wife of my great great uncle. He committed suicide a few years after her death because he was so grief stricken. He is buried in Pennsylvania where they lived for 30+ years. I would love to find out more about Nancy and her family. I don't even know her maiden name. They had a son, Eugene Starkweather, and I cannot find out what happened to him either. I don't know if he is buried in Maple Grove Cemetery or somewhere else. Do you have any records that a Eugene Starkweather is buried there? He was born around 1861. I may have to order Nancy's death certificate, but thought I would see if you had additional information.
|Frances Rogers||Nola Shelton Grooms|
I requested a link to her mother. You mentioned she was a third daughter, but I have only been able to find two--did I miss someone? I've been trying to find the records I once found on her and James, but have had no luck! I did add her to the bio on Joseph Ruff's memorial.
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