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I love doing genealogy, the search is the best part of the hunt. Now I was able to help out others and put some photograph's up on the site. I had a great time looking through the cemetery trying to connect people to their families, so they won't be forgotten.|
I live in Ashtabula County,Ohio
Please feel free to use any of my photo's as you wish, they are your relatives !! I'm just helping you on the road to further your family search. I'm very happy to take these pictures for you !!
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|Bill Weishaupt||braden, millikin, cram|
I have the correct info on this family. I have written a lot on our Cram Braden Millikin Duffield families. You seem to have the control. If you would like me to do it - would be happy to do. If you desire to keep - can give you my web site with all the correct info. Lots of missing and some errors to fix.
112431984 Geo A. Braden
81459933 James Braden
81459934 Sarah Thompson
144214624 Ephraim Braden
144214871 Lizzie Millikin
92959976 Thomas Jeff Millikin
92959843 Hannah Jane Cram Millikin
Bill Weishaupt in Florida
|Sue Covert||RE: Margaret Dawson|
Thanks, I will add more info this weekend. Thanks for all your contributions to Find A Grave.
|Sue Covert||Margaret Dawson|
I just wanted to ask if Margaret was related to you. Frank Covert, her husband, was my great uncle. I added him as an important person because of his vaudeville act with his friend and Margaret. I think she should be listed as important too. If you would like to know more about the act, you can read my bio of Frank and I can send you more newspaper clippings.
|Elisa S||Thanks for you photos!|
I was able to find the grave of a long-lost cousin of mine Aurelia Arnold who is buried in Dodgeville cemetery - thanks to your photo and grave record!!! By any chance is the headstone of her father still there, John Arnold? He would have died a few years previous, around 1838, and they are said to be buried next to each other. His wife is Sophia but I am not sure if she is buried with them.
Thanks!! -- Elisa
Added by Elisa S on Mar 19, 2015 1:43 PM
|Guenter Ratke||RE: Edward Jabs 1881-1948|
Thank you very much for your information. It's not my relative. Jabs is not a rare name, I see.
I remember somebody from my US relatives told me, Eduard died in the 60ties. Probably one day I will find him.
Thanks again for your help and best greetings from Germany
Thank you for the additional information, I have added it to her memorial
|Guenter Ratke||Edward Jabs 1881-1948|
Hello, my grandgrandfather Johann Jabs had some brothers they immigrated to the USA before 1914 from Russian Poland.
After immigration we got no further information and now I am searching for that people. My grandmother remembered the names Karl (Carl), Friedrich Wilhelm (Frederick William) and Eduard (Edward).
Have you more information about this Edward Jabs? If my relative, the parents would be Jakob Jabs and Eleonore nee Ritz.
|Doc Grauberger||Joyce Sylvester (Hilger)|
I was wondering if you had a family connection to Joyce? Since you seemed to have a good bit of bio information to add it seems that you might. Her stepfather George Zeh was my grandfather's brother and I have been trying to track down what happened to him and his wife (Joyce's mother) Mary. Would love to share information.
|JoAn Lambert||Robert Hamilton-d. 1858|
RMH -Thank you for recording Robert Hamilton's
information on Find a Grave as he is my great-great grandfather I had trouble locating.
I would like to contact the cemetery to see if
they still have records available on old burials
since the birth location is different than that
which I have, but cannot find a number for them
or a number for anyone in Johnston Township.
Hope that you can help me. Many thanks.
JGL at email@example.com
|Patricia Nelson||Evelyn Wilma Nelson|
I am so grateful that there are people like you who give people like me answers to questions. Do you by any chance have a birth or death certificate for her? Evelyn Wilma Nelson is my paternal great-aunt.
Again, thanks for your help.
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