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|Richard Morrow||Rev. Jerimiah Morrow son of Gov. Morow|
Rev. Jeremiah Morrow (Son of Governor Morrow), is buried behind the Fairhaven Community Church in Fairhaven, Ohio. He was the first minister of the Fairhaven Church. There is a very old photograph of him hanging on the wall inside the church as you walk through the front door. I mean a very old photograph. Their email is firstname.lastname@example.org. Fairhaven Community Church is the oldest active church in the state of Ohio. I hope this information helps.
|Linda Stoll||Thank you|
thank you for transferring George Corn to me. Linda Bosse Stoll
Would you transfer George Corn to me? I am so excited about this! Thank You Linda Stoll
|Linda Stoll||Thank you|
Thank you for transferring John Ripley Corn tome.
could you transfer John Ripley Corn # 82443153 to me He is my g-g-g-g-grandfather. His son John R Jr.'s line.
|Sabrina King Combs||RE: Levi Dungan family|
You're welcome for the info. I'm currently doing some research on my husband's family who have lived in Jackson County, OH and the surrounding areas since the mid 1800s. As I run across other information that people might be interested in, I try to get it into the hands of someone who can make use of it. :-)
Wow! I have not been working on my family tree for long, compared to what a lot of people have. However, my 2x Great Grandfather did state on at least one US Census that he was born in Ohio along with his wife Catherine. I am assuming that Mark and Nancy Landrum just might have been his parents. He was born ca 1812. I have not been able to track down his parents just yet, but this is such a wonderful find and gives me a newfound vigor to prove my heritage. I don't know if this is good enough to ask for a transfer of all the Landrums you have. If so, I would appreciate it!
Thanks for your consideration,
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|Karen Hill||find a grave|
Thanks for the work you are all doing. It is wonderful to be able to find the cemetery and tombstone here. If you are taking requests for a person's stone to be taken: I request Dr. Samuel McGiffin and wife Elizabeth. They are buried in the Fairmount Cemetery. He lived 1824-1890. Thanks again so much.
|Michael Mussinan||Narcissus Ramsey|
Thank you so much for transferring Narcissus's memorial, I certainly appreciate it. I will continue to add more family information to her memorial.
|Les Hoobler||Nancy "Mamie Dye Hier|
This is my husband Great Grandmother. I am doing his lineage. We should compare some notes.
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