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Kim White (#47499959)
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Bio Photo I am probably like most genealogists. I began with my own family and once I got all of my leaves on the tree, I started using the ancestry records available to add short bios to the memorials I created for people who were buried in our local cemeteries but who were not yet "findable" on Find-A-Grave.
I know that every stone I photograph has a story, however brief their life may have been. I have a special fondness for headstones that are broken, or have ended up on their backs, embedded into the earth and hope that by photographing them, they may someday be resurrected by a family member.
If there is a grave that a family member would like to manage, contact me regarding a transfer. Additionally, if you would like to have a photo or a bio removed, just say the word. My only intention is to provide help to other people doing genealogy research. You are free to use the photographs I have taken.
I also welcome corrections and additional information. Please allow at least a few days for the correction as I work full time and can only do F.A.G. business as time allows.
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Newspaper Article on Higby Family
I read this article when it first came out. We stay in Higbes Corner on 5th Road when we visit family in Marshall County. I assume you have it but if you don't.
Added by Panapada on Oct 20, 2016 2:24 PM
George W. Inks 16800264
Hi there. Thanks for posting the photo of Georges stone. Im wondering if you would grant me permission to post that photo on my Ancestry page for George. I give credit to the photographer on the photo description on Ancestry.

Thanks for your consideration.

Added by Shelly on Oct 17, 2016 3:21 PM
George W. Inks 16800264
Hi there. Thanks for posting the photo of George's stone. I'm wondering if you would grant me permission to post that photo on my Ancestry page for George. I give credit to the photographer on the photo description on Ancestry.

Thanks for your consideration.

Added by Shelly on Oct 17, 2016 3:21 PM
Linda J. Morris
RE: Connie Schnepp 80741715
Sorry, I knew better, just did not do it. lol Kim, I thank you so much for this. As you know some people are harder than others to find. And we wouldn't if we were not all working toward the same end. Your great

Added by Linda J. Morris on Oct 04, 2016 2:32 PM
Linda J. Morris
Connie Schnepp
Hi Again,

Well I know who she is now and would love to have her. If you are willing that is. The Grandparents of her husband, well I'll just write her husbands ancestors.

William Bernard Schnepp and Olga Madeline Ross

Marion Snapp and Bessie Elizabeth Moore

Peter Snapp and Minerva Jane Noe

John Snapp and Elizabeth Maria Hetzel

Reinhard Greef Schnepp and Catherine Apple

Leonard Schnepp (REV WAR) and Catherine Straub

Joseph Schnepp (Patriot REV WAR) and Maria Christina ---

Please consider my request.

As you can see, the name change back and forth. lol That was what threw me at first. lol I even have some photo's and one ---- of a story on Peter for family to find.

Thank you

Linda Doile Morris (Snapp)

Added by Linda J. Morris on Oct 02, 2016 10:39 PM
Linda J. Morris
Connie Schnepp
Hello Kim,

I am wondering if you know who Connie was married to. You see, I think all of the Schnepp's in Iowa are from Isaac Schnepp who fought in the Civil war. I have a hugh tree of us that goes back to 1731 and of course, do not have the very recent people as it is not possible to get recent death cert. Please contact me on Find A Grave if you do know. Meanwhile I will check newspapers and if I do find out, and am related to him, I will be asking for her memorial. Thank you so much for not only your photo,s but for all your work as I already know how much it takes.

Added by Linda J. Morris on Sep 29, 2016 9:32 AM
Norma Miller
Mary Mabel McCartney
Hi Kim,
I was going through the requests for Oakland Cemetery in Sandusky, Ohio. I see that you have requested Mary Mabel McCartney December 11, 2012.
If no one has gotten that for you, I would be more than happy to try.
Because of health reasons the days for me to walk hours in the cemetery's I am afraid are over.
If you would either write or call Oakland and get the exact location of the grave, I will try to take that photo for you.
Oakland Cemetery
2917 Milan Road
Sandusky , Ohio 44870
Thank you Kim, waiting to hear from you.
Norma J. Miller
Added by Norma Miller on Sep 24, 2016 11:56 PM
Isabel Ulery Asper #72928855
Concerning Isabel Ulery Asper. Her parents were Michael Ulery and Hannah Knachel born born in PA.
Isabel was born in Delaware Co.OH. 01 Apr 1862.
Sometime after her birth Michael and Hannah Ulery came to Marshall Co. IN. Michael's parents had came from OH to Marshall Co. about 1855. After Hannah's death Michael Ulery married 1871, Mary Asper who was Samuel Aspers mother. Jessie Ulery, who you speak of in the bio on Isabel Ulery was her uncle, Michael Ulery brother. Jessie Ulery was married to Louisa Benner who was a sister to Mary Asper (Benner). Michael Ulery and his first wife Hannah are buried in the Burr Oak Cemetery, Marshall Co. IN. Hope you aren't to confused. lol!

Teresa Haines Rigney
Added by teresar12 on Sep 22, 2016 10:26 PM
Aaron Jones
RE: Joseph and Nancy Cowen

And thank you for adding the biography. Very well written. My GGGG Grandparents could not have said it better.

Added by Aaron Jones on Sep 05, 2016 2:12 PM
RE: David Caddy
Sorry - the grave was in Citizen's Cemetery, Rochester. Thanks!
Added by bill3262 on Sep 05, 2016 5:14 AM
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