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Cynthia Rice (#46629633)
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Bio Photo I have been interested in genealogy since I was a teenager and part of my searching has led me through countless cemeteries along the way. I have many many photos which I will try to add to this site as time permits. I think it's important to keep a photographic record of tombstones. Just in the 30 years or so I have been researching, there are stones that have since become broken or illegible. I think this site is a great idea and a wonderful way to share with others. I hope my contributions on this site will be as helpful to someone else, as the many kind souls who have been helpful to me in my family research through the years.
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Sarah
Nancy Lindley, wife of Zenas Linley
I have researched the Lindley family for over two years as they are family members. Since I live in Cincinnati, their community is not far from here and I am very familiar with its surroundings and resources.

Thank you for all of the work that you have done to honor our ancestors. However, I need to call attention to the fact that the information for Nancy Lindley on Findagrave is not sourced; i.e. the Nancy whose biography is there is probably not the Nancy who was married to Zenas and lived 1762-1840 and was born in Washington County, PA. Zenas and Nancy came to Ohio from that area in 1808. Often, researchers confuse the two women. There is no verification that Nancy (1755) married Zenas Lindley. Most researchers are leaving the parentage of Zenas' wife, Nancy, as an unknown as there is no verification. In the listing of residents of Washington County, PA, there is a David McFarian/Farlain who lived in the community at the time that Nancy (Zenas' wife)is documented to have lived there. There is not Daniel McFarland listed in the community. Some researchers think that David is the father of Nancy Lindley. Documentation is important. Otherwise, the information is fiction. If you will look in Proceedings of the Worcester Society of Antiquity, Volume 21 by the Worcester Historical Society, Worcester, Mass. it states that Daniel McFarland's daughter, Nancy, was born in 1755. If you will look at the Lineage Book (Daughters of Colonial Wars), you will see that it lists Zenas' (veteran) wife, Nancy ______ who died in 1840 in Piqua, Ohio. Piqua is (Spring Creek Township) in Miami County, Ohio. The DCW lists their reference as New Jersey Colonial Documents.

Thank you for your attention.
Sarah
Added by Sarah on Jun 19, 2014 6:52 PM
AR
sorry
Sorry about the reposts, I kept getting an error message.
Added by AR on Dec 08, 2013 7:06 PM
AR
Revolutionary war vets
You will find 2 more veterans for your virtual cemetery in Oxford Circle Burial Ground, NJ. There are 5 internments; the veteran's names are preceded by their rank.
Added by AR on Dec 08, 2013 7:05 PM
AR
Revolutionary war vets
You will find 2 more veterans for your virtual cemetery in Oxford Circle Burial Ground, NJ. There are 5 internments; the veteran's names are preceded by their rank.
Added by AR on Dec 08, 2013 7:05 PM
AR
Revolutionary war vets
You will find 2 more veterans for your virtual cemetery in Oxford Circle Burial Ground, NJ. There are 5 internments; the veteran's names are preceded by their rank.
Added by AR on Dec 08, 2013 7:05 PM
AR
Revolutionary war vets
You will find 2 more veterans for your virtual cemetery in Oxford Circle Burial Ground, NJ. There are 5 internments; the veteran's names are preceded by their rank.
Added by AR on Dec 08, 2013 7:05 PM
Kathy (St. John) Millsap
Picture request
Could you find and post a photo of a husband & wife tombstones in Oak Grove Cemetery,St.Louis Co, Mo.
Ben Weidle, Sr. b.May 8, 1863 d.Dec 28, 1943
Emily C. Weidle b. August 15, 1865 d.May 4, 1940
Emily's maiden name was Peasner.
Her dad was Ferdinand Peasner.
Her mom was Mary A. Glaser
Ben's dad was Peter Weidle
Ben's mom was unknown,
Both of Ben's parents died when he was 8 yrs & 9 mo.
and left him orphaned in New York City in 1871-72.
Only half the cemetery is photographed it says.
Ben & Emily had 4 sons: LeRoy,James,Jack & Ben Jr.
and raised 18 other children.
I have more family info and a picture of Ben,Sr.
Thank you very much for all that you do.
I'm a contributor on here too. Just click my name.
Kathy
Added by Kathy (St. John) Millsap on Oct 19, 2013 11:11 PM
kalber
Elizabeth Rodgers Balch
Hello!!! Elizabeth Balch is my 6th Great Grandmother. I would love to be able to maintain the account as I am trying to get the entire family linked together. I have been doing extensive family research for nearly 4 years now so you can rest assured the account will be in good hands!

Thank you!

#15305116
Added by kalber on Sep 30, 2013 10:30 AM
Paul Sutton Kamalsky
RE: Oswald graves in Terpening Cemetery
Hi Cindy,
Super! Some of my emails don't go through and some don't come to
me. I am really happy to do this for you. I know how much it means
being a seeker of family myself. You are most welcome
Paul
Added by Paul Sutton Kamalsky on Jul 17, 2013 5:57 PM
Paul Sutton Kamalsky
Oswald
Cynthia,

Were you able to receive my email with the
Oswald stone photos?

Paul
Added by Paul Sutton Kamalsky on Jul 17, 2013 11:34 AM
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