|Ann Stranman (#48221252)|
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I was born and raised in Ashtabula, Ohio and one of my favorite pastimes is exploring and taking pictures at local cemeteries, which I feel are the most peaceful and beautiful places in existence--I have hundreds of cemetery pictures on my Facebook page, including those of individuals of historic significance to the area. I enjoy taking pictures in general, but cemeteries are my favorite subject matter.|
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|Mark Berg||Rice Graves|
Thank you for the picture of Joseph Rice's grave. I appreciate your help. Mark
|Cindy Scoville||Samuel Murray|
Thank you Anne for finding this tombstone for me. Your help is much appreciated.
|Cindy Scoville||Ursula Murray|
Thank you Anne for finding this tombstone for me. I appreciate your time and your help.
Thank you, Ann, for submitting this photo. You are appreciated.
Added by OSRF on Aug 07, 2015 5:12 PM
Thank you, Ann, for your time and effort in posting this photo. I truly appreciate it.
Added by OSRF on Aug 07, 2015 5:10 PM
|GrammaL||Ada & Warren Mann|
Thanks for taking the time to photograph the Mann's stone for me!
Added by GrammaL on Aug 07, 2015 6:39 AM
|Sharon Ellis||Frank Smith|
Thank you so much for the headstone. Now I know for sure it is my Great great uncle & Aunt. Thank you for your contribution to my family. Keep well,
|Marjorie Ribbeck||Marion Ribbeck|
Thank you, thank you, thank you! I really appreciate the time you took to find my aunt. Can I use the photo elsewhere?
|B Heil||James L. Smith and family|
The information about his birth state as well as the birth years and states of his parents were found in the 1880 Ashtabula census. Both of his parent's mothers and fathers were born in New York state.
I hope this helps.
Added by B Heil on Jul 12, 2014 5:41 PM
|Scot Dailey||Henry Shann|
Thank you for the photo of Henry...Scot
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