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I never can figure out that "how many cousins twice removed" thing! But nice to find people in the same line!
I mainly research public records and pedigrees that can (as closely as possible) be substantiated by official documents.
Only problem is that after 40 some years doing this, I have to often "frown" even on "official records". I am not so good at photographs but I like the process of putting several sources together to come up with a piece of the puzzle!
I have some pretty solid vital dates for some of your Olins - want me to put them on their edit features? ~Shirleen
No problem - I had that in my family archives & I think that stone has now almost tipped over, by the looks of the more recent photo of his stone.
Rebecca Englesby Olin, daughter of Capt. Jonathan Olin was my maternal great great grandmother.
Hi: I just sent an edit on the wife of Jonathan Olin Esq. - the dates are correct, but her maiden name is Gardiner - (Amy "Anna" Johnson was born in 1769 and was married to Capt. Jonathan Olin 1766-1851) - both of whom are buried in North Fork Cemetery, Morrow, Ohio.
That marbleized looking stone there on the right of Jonathan Esquire is the stone of Anna Gardiner Olin.
Thanks for finding them!
|kent parsons||RE: Paul J Marselle|
As you can tell from the picture, the IOOF cemetery
is very overgrown and neglected ... The 2 adjacent cemeteries are in much better shape.
gives a grave listing of the IOOF cemetery.
|Ron Kinney||RE: Bethuel HARVEY|
You're very welcome Jim.
|Kirk Brown||RE: William Charles Barret|
Not a problem. Like I said, I'm mainly wanting to keep them in the family, so if you're family, mission accomplished. :-)
Thank you for transferring the others I requested!
|Valerie Ahnell||RE: John David Croft Jr and Sr|
No I couldn't read anything but the name. Do you know if the church has record of the burials in the cemetery? If so possibly I could take another trip down there someday to find out.
I sent the photos to you via email. I will remove the pictures for now on find a grave until we know more.
|Valerie Ahnell||RE: John David Croft|
Oh boy I'm sorry- I did not realize he had a son David. I am a descendent of his daughter Margaret. So I can email you the trio of graves I photographed and also I will delete the gravestone pictures because I do not know for sure if it is father or son. Let me know what you would like me to do.
|Nancy Yankie Sidarous||LOUISA,PENELOPE AND ELIZABETH WHITFIELD|
On behalf of my family and myself I want to thank you so very kindly for your generous transfer of these Whitfields. It means a lot to us. All the Best - Nancy
|Karen K||RE: Mary Murray-Cowles|
Thanks for your prompt response. I appreciate it! I have sent the edit requests to link Edith Fern with her father and mother. I suspect we are distant cousins. Thanks again! I've always wondered exactly what Mary Anna died from. Her death certificate stated "nervous troubles" and her obit said she had been bedridden for six weeks. Edith was born about six weeks before, but I'm not sure how "nervous troubles" fit in with childbirth.
Added by Karen K on May 26, 2014 8:38 PM
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