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|I am very appreciative of the folks who created and maintain Find-A-Grave. Initially, I was a little skeptical about submitting data to the memorials, however, through the years, I have become a huge fan. I want the data we are submitting to be freely available for genealogical research for years to come. The community of contributors I have communicated with has been cordial and helpful in almost every instance.|
If you find any errors or question any information I am posting, please do not hesitate to bring it to my attention. We are all imperfect, however, I believe it is crucial the data we post is correct and includes sources whenever possible. Your assistance will be appreciated!
Because of my parents enthusiasm for local history and genealogy, I began helping them research our family tree. Even before I knew I loved genealogy, I was involved in it each weekend as we visited elderly relatives and stretched our young legs in cemeteries throughout Ohio. My father was one of the early presidents of the Pickaway County (Ohio) Historical Society in the 1970s and both of my parents were instrumental in getting the society's genealogical library up and running. My mother was Registrar of the Pickaway Plains DAR Chapter for many years. What a tremendous gift it was to share the search for our ancestors with them! I am forever grateful to them and my grandparents for preserving our family's history. Almost all of the photos I post are scans of properly identified photos that belonged to them.
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I have sent you info on the memorials I deleted. Hope this ends any confusion!
Added by Mimi on Feb 22, 2015 9:20 AM
|janet donner||RE: levi Gill|
This spring Im going to have the caretaker go out with
me and have him do some poking around the ground. They are finding stones buried in the cemetery. Since someone read the cemetery at one time there was a stone. So maybe they are buried. its worth a chance
Im trying to keep myself a note so I wont forget. Im in this cemetery so much and love a mystery.
Thanks for you help
|janet donner||levi Gill|
I and another person have been working on the Gills in Greenwood cemetery. We believe that his parents stones are buried because at one point someone read them but now they are gone. The only stone I could find was Levis but its just the bottom of the stone.
I thank you for the obit but Find A Grave doesnt like them in the picture section.
could you remove and type it out ? If you dont want to take the time to type out I will be glad to do so if
you will then remove the one in the picture section.
Just let me know what you would like to do
Find A Grave # for levi 47257401
|Dean Hirst||Frances Fowler|
Thanks for the obit. I was able to make some additions to her memorial as a result.
|dakohli||RE: Minnie Bales' obituary|
See if it is OK now.
Added by dakohli on Oct 21, 2014 1:13 PM
|Don Green||Cora and Hiram Dunkle|
I'm releasing the Dunkles, since I won't be returning to Inglewood before my claim expires. Went today and the area of the Mausoleum of the Golden West, where they are interred (Sanctuary of Hope, S-79, niche K), is currently having it's floor refinished. Was able to located and photograph Gladys. I'm sure another volunteer will claim Cora and Hiram.
|dakohli||Minnie Bales' obituary|
Rachel, you are most welcome to post Minnie Bales' obituary. Thanks for your time and effort. Doug
Added by dakohli on Sep 21, 2014 5:57 AM
Thanks for the will abstract, Rachel. I have added it.
Added by Vicki on Sep 14, 2014 8:49 PM
|Sheri Nye||Abraham Crider|
Abraham Crider of Lebanon Co, Pa son of Martin Crider and Catherine Schmutz is not the Abraham Crider of Ohio...see notes...THE COUNTY OF ROSS, A History of Ross County, Ohio, from the Earliest-Days, with Special Chapters on the Bench and Bar, Medical Profession Educational Development, Industry and Agriculture and Biographical Sketches,HENRY HOLCOMB BENNETT, EDITOR, MADISON, WIS....SELWYN A. BRANT Colerain twp. Ross Co. Ohio These were all residents of the township previous to 1810; and to this list may be added the following names, as comparatively early settlers, whose descendants are mostly residents of the territory where their ancestors settled in the pioneer days, or of the adjacent townships: The Pontius family; William Roberts family; Abram Cryder ; Archibald Shaw; John Patterson; Jesse Spencer (for many years in charge of the Chillicothe land office) ; Jacob DeLong; John Ebert; Jacob Harpster; Joseph Poland; Peter Markel; Ambrose Grafton ; John May ; George Flanagan ; John Beach ; Peter Strauser ; John Abernathy and Frederick Haynes. Joseph Buchwalter, who came in 1812, was joined by his brother Abraham in 1819. They and their sons and grandsons have been valued citizens of the county, and the family has prominence in the State. note; This Abraham Cryder is not the son of Martin Crider and Catherine Schmutz. This Abraham Crider was residing in Salt Creek, Pickaway Co. Ohio twp. in 1820. While the other Abraham Crider s/o Martin was residing in Wellsburg, Brooke Co. VA in 1820,,,,,
|Denise Gill||RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 55666004|
Yes I do, but I will have to get back to you on this. I will get into my files and forward you the info asap. Don't have time to today, but will do it very soon. :) Glad to help. :)
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