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Hello. I have been doing research on various branches of my family tree for nigh unto 30 years. I collect grave photos of my family members as well as obituaries. This past summer I worked on the paternal side of my family, who were centered around Pendleton and Harrison Counties, Ky.|
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|giraffelove||Hugh Dozier Tombstone Photo|
Thank you so much for adding the very clear photo of Hugh (Hyue) Dozier. I really appreciate it.
|Sherry Perry||Melvin Murphy|
Thank you for taking the time to get the picture of the headstone. I appreciate it. Would you mind if I also add the picture to his wife's memorial? Or you could do it if you prefer. Thank you very much.
|Susan Lee Howell||Margaret Teas/Hueston descendant|
Mucho Thanks! That was like lightning service! So much appreciated. You brought this forgotten, young adult's memory to completion, & connected to her ancestors. Way to Go!
|mrboo99||Mary Littel Taylor Elliot|
Thanks for processing the updates to Mary so quickly.
She is a distant aunt. I found her because I am just processing her father's will and he mentions her as his "beloved daughter Mary Elliot."
I went to look for her on Find A Grave first and noticed you had just posted her memorial.
Talk about timing!
BTW, Joseph mentions that he also had a deceased son named David Taylor whom I knew nothing about.
So, after finding your entry for Mary Elliot, I checked and found there is a David Taylor according to Greenwood cemetery's website a few rows away from Mary Littel Taylor Elliot who passed away a very short time before she did. But no one has done a memorial for him on Find A Grave.
If you are up that way again, could you create a memorial for David Taylor. He is burial #71 according to Greenwood's website.
I still need to determine if he belongs to my Joseph Taylor, but it would be nice.
On a side note, I learned from my recent visit to Ohio in June where I did some genealogical research on family, that deaths in 1849 are mostly from a cholera epidemic that spread through the area.
So, if David and Mary are the siblings I think they are, looking at the close dates of their deaths and the year they died means they likely died of Cholera.
Thanks for all you do!
Added by mrboo99 on Aug 09, 2016 7:45 AM
|Linda "Packer Backer"||Evelyn Collins market|
Thank you so much for taking the time to take this photo of her marker! I just wanted to let you know I appreciated it!
|Tom Pottenger||Michael D Sukdovsky in Greenwood|
Thanks so much for adding the photo to his memorial.
|Barbara Milligan Rowe Elliott||Re: Henrietta Ravenscraft McNees|
Obituary has been added to the memorial of Henrietta Ravenscraft McNees, # 97002999 as suggested. Thank you for taking the time to research these families. I love to read the old obituaries. They humanize the deceased so well. While reading the obits, one feels as though one knows the person on a first name basis!
|Barbara Milligan Rowe Elliott||Re: Robert Lee McNees|
News article and obit have been added to the memorial for Robert Lee McNees #138349901 as suggested. Please let me know if I can be of further assistance. Thanks again for your continued participation on Findagrave
|Barbara Milligan Rowe Elliott||Re: Katie Schanding|
I have added the obit for Katie Schanding # 140904180 as suggested. I have no connections to this family and if you would like this memorial transferred to your care, I will be happy to do so, just let me know. Thank you for your dedication to Findagrave
|5O C@L G3N!3||John and Elizabeth Anderson|
Thank you for the headstone photo for them in St. Augustine Cemetery, Minster, Ohio.
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