|Candyce Hardin Williams Glaser (#47088625)|
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I am relatively new to genealogy, having only been doing research for the past year. With that said, several of my family lines have been well documented and many of my childhood memories involve listening to stories related to our families history. |
I work as a researcher and consultant in the field of education. I have taught in public schools in Tennessee and Georgia and have done research and taught at Vanderbilt University. I co- own Integrity Research and Consulting and love the work that I do. Needless to say, as a researcher I am use to spending hours working on solutions to various problems--both professional and those related to genealogy. Still, I am new at genealogy and feel blessed to have resources such as Find-a-Grave to help me.
To date, my contributions to Find-a-Grave have been limited; however, I hope to do more in the future.
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|Ann Parkinson||Knoblock Sponsorship|
How very kind of you to sponsor these two memorial pages. Are you related?
|Julia (Merrick) Stiles||Hello!|
Hi Candyce, I know we are related somehow I'm just not sure how. I'm a daughter of Opal Brock, from TN. I noticed in your comments that you maintain the Ludwick Sells profile and I live in Dublin Ohio and take photos at the Dublin Cemetery - I would be interested in hearing if the Brock's are somehow connected to the Sell's. Thank you for your time.
|MSB||August & Sophia Hasselbring|
Re: Sophia G Hasselbring
>I have data to indicate that
>this is an incorrect memorial.
>Sophia was August Hasselbring's
>wife. The couple is buried in
>Illinois. I put a message on
>August's memorial with correct
Re: August K Hasselbring
>Please see my note with flowers.
>I believe this is an incorrect
>memorial and should come down.
These listings come from the Lutheran Cemetery transcript of graves on file with the Monticello-Union Library, a copy of which I will email you. August & Sophia are listed as being buried in Row 4 of the cemetery. They can be found on page 19 and I highlighted the listing. I just copied the records to findagrave from the cemetery transcript. I will request photos of the graves to gain more info as to whether there are headstones but I am unwilling to take them down unless sufficient evidence is presented that they are not buried there. Please contact the St James Lutheran Church in Reynolds, Indiana to confirm these burials.
Added by MSB on Sep 06, 2014 6:26 PM
|Evelyn Kinzel||Ludwick Sells 1743-1823|
Ludwick Sells 1743-1823, founder of the town of Dublin, OH
was married to Catherine Deardorf 5 May 1749 - 1 Dec 1828.
Their children are John, Samuel, Benjamin, Peter, Mary, Sophia, Margaret, William Henry, and George.
|Judie Custer||RE: Thank you|
So glad I could help!
|Susan Hale||City Cemetery Cambridge Ohio BERRY|
Found the Berry family headstone - broken tho legible. Have photo of rear and TW Berry gravestone - no burial record for TW Berry to post photo. Are you able to assist? Thanks
|Lolene Newman||Thomas Beay Hardin|
Please correct the information re TB Hardin. This is not supported by the sale of Epp's estate of which you have a copy and a transcript which I provided for you.
Lolene G. Newman ID 4802579
Ding family history for over 50 years.
|Donna Sutiff||Hugh Randolph|
Thank your for sponsoring his Memorial.
|9cvxvck02||Joseph Philips sponsorhip|
Thank you for sponsoring another Philips memorial!
|tubbfan||Rev. Shelah Waters|
Are you talking about the Shelah Waters that died in 1860? He is also my 5th great grandfather.
Added by tubbfan on Feb 09, 2014 10:06 PM
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