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Lulabell (#46557236)
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Bio Photo I've been doing genealogy about 30 years. I've found that cemetery information, although not always right it sure can lead to some great leads.

Family names I am working on

Ohio -
Shaw, Waldren, Moore, Henderson & Knox from Vinton County, Ohio;
Haynam from Stark, Carroll & Columbiana Counties, Ohio;
Reid & Banta from Preble County, OH.

Indiana - Mason, Reid, Sturgeon, & Headington from Jay County, Indiana

Massachusetts - Kenney, Redden, Gibson,

New Hampshire - Boynton, Hopkins

Nova Scotia - Kinney, Letteney, Sabean, Warne, Doty & Prime from Digby County;
Redden & Trenholm from Kings County, N.S.

Vermont - Perry, Hopkins & Gibson from Windsor County, VT.

Also working on Cox, Carter, Price, Mourn, Hartman & Foughty in Athens County, Ohio.

I live in south western Ohio and can get over to parts of Indiana also. I'm glad to help when I can, in the mean time I am trying to input information from the cemeteries in my area.

Please contact me for corrections or doubles. I will gladly transfer memorials.

The chair in the photo is located in the Fletcher Cemetery, Fletcher, Ohio. It is under the name of Margaret Duncan look at the other stones she and her husband James Duncan have - no I don't know them but I love the chair!! I like the thought of being comfortable at the cemetery.

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Kim Turnpaugh Anderson
RE: Permission to use photo
Thank you VERY much, I truly appreciate it!
Added by Kim Turnpaugh Anderson on Feb 26, 2015 9:09 PM
Kim Turnpaugh Anderson
Permission to use photo
Would you grant me permission to use your photo of the entrance to the West Milton Cemetery, West Milton, Miami County, Ohio in my Ancestry tree (with photo credit to you, of course). Many thanks! Kim Turnpaugh Anderson
Added by Kim Turnpaugh Anderson on Feb 23, 2015 11:36 PM
Linda M. Sayers-Vore

Thank you so much for the smooth and generous transfer on my father's memorial.


Linda M. Sayers-Vore
Added by Linda M. Sayers-Vore on Feb 18, 2015 9:12 PM
Judy Fuss
Emeline Elizabeth Warner Stevens
I was wondering if you would be willing to transfer the grave of Emeline Elizabeth Warner Stevens to my care. She is my great great grandmother. Thank you, and thanks for all the work that you have done.
Judy Stevens Fuss
Added by Judy Fuss on Feb 08, 2015 4:22 PM
RE: Vina George
You are very welcome! :)
Added by Timeless on Feb 05, 2015 5:17 PM
rfb Jenkins
Cox Memorials

Thank you for all of the links and additional information.

Added by rfb Jenkins on Feb 05, 2015 1:07 PM
Everett Mefford
RE: Jane Claypoolū
It is ok and thank you
Added by Everett Mefford on Feb 05, 2015 9:51 AM
Diane Nichols
Hugh Smith
Regarding the photo for soldier Hugh Smith in the Dayton National Cemetery. He is the son of Robert John Smith and Nancy Laferty from Ireland. He was born in PA and lived near Etna, just north of Pittsburgh. According to the records, he was wounded in the Civil War and may have been a prisoner for a time. He is the brother of my great-grandmother. Thank you so much for providing a photo of his tombstone. Could I possibly use the photo of his stone on my Ancestry page for him?
Added by Diane Nichols on Feb 05, 2015 5:29 AM
Everett Mefford
Jane Claypoolū
The info you have suggested is in the notes and the family is ok with it there
Added by Everett Mefford on Feb 04, 2015 10:39 PM
RE: Vina George
No, not related. I get to linking families & I'm always surprised who all it includes. :)
Added by Timeless on Feb 04, 2015 4:32 PM
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