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Dave Davisson (#36744121)
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Bio Photo We live in Clintonville, a neighborhood in Columbus a little north of the Ohio State campus.

Interests include local history, family history, church history, Scotland, Wales and the Welsh.

Transfer requests: Generally glad to transfer any memorial outside close family, just ask. If you'd rather just have it updated, glad to do that too.
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Thanks, Dave. That tribute to his military service looks great.
Added by Sunshine on May 01, 2015 5:09 AM
Bonnie Morris Conrad
McNamee Cemetery

I see you are a volunteer in the Columbus area. I was there recently for an Aunt's funeral and managed a side trip to Baltimore, OH to check on my 5th great grandparent's graves. McNamee is a Historical old cemetery that continues to be vandalized through the years. Different people have worked on it and now I see my 5th great grandmother's grave which was carved by a local stone carver named John Strickler is broken. I don't know who to contact to get someone involved in a county effort to save it. Do you have any suggestions? I would appreciate your expertise of the area.
Added by Bonnie Morris Conrad on Apr 28, 2015 10:58 AM
James Ford
RE: James T Moore
Yes, and I am glad I did. Another few years and it will be totally unreadable. At least the shape is unusual, which may allow it to be identified.
Added by James Ford on Apr 28, 2015 6:26 AM
RE: John Wesley Coffman
Thank you! This is website that I will be adding him to.
Added by Carl on Apr 27, 2015 7:25 AM
RE: John Wesley Coffman
Thank you! This is website that I will be added him to.
Added by Carl on Apr 27, 2015 7:24 AM
John Wesley Coffman
I would like permission to use your tombstone photo for a CW tombstone project down here in Lawrence Co. You will be given credit for it. It is for those that have connections with Lawrence County. Prior to moving to Franklin Co., John lived in Lawrence Co. Thanks in advance!
Added by Carl on Apr 26, 2015 7:04 AM
Nancy Jackowiak
RE: Edward H Davis b 1819 d 1900 Breckinridge County Kentucky
thank you....

Edward H Davis father is listed as John Davison and hus father is David Davison...Don't know if these are correct but would certainly like to understand...I am maintaining this memorial but did not create it but the info came from researchers back in 1986 Mr Dietz and Ms Withers.

Nancy J
Added by Nancy Jackowiak on Apr 25, 2015 6:03 PM
Esther Clyde Shean
I am hoping you can update your bio information on Esther C. Shean.

Her maiden name was Esther Clyde Fate.
She was born on 5/1/1912 in Galion, Crawford County, Ohio. Her parents were Albert Nicholas Fate and Cora Mae Cook (Cloak).

She was married to Paul Raymond Shean.
Added by Anonymous on Apr 24, 2015 3:35 PM
Norm Smith
Margaret and Edward Orians
Thanks for the transfer. I really like that flower you left on Edwards memorial. Could I borrow it? Thanks again, Norm
Added by Norm Smith on Apr 23, 2015 10:09 AM
James Ford
James Moore St. Margarets Cemetery
I searched to no avail today. Is there a family name/plot other than Moore he might be in? The records indicate he does have some sort of headstone.
Added by James Ford on Apr 22, 2015 12:54 PM
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