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If you have corrections for someone not connected to my family tree, I will transfer them to you since I am unable to verify all information. I will be removing most of my records not having photographs due to health reasons. Thanks. |
My Great-Greats+ include: Babbs,Baldwin,Bennett,Booth,Boring,Botsford, Bromley,Burch,Butler,Caldwell,Camp,Coleman, Cromwell,Fair,Fisher,Fortescue,Foster,Franklin, Gist,Gunn,Hills,Hurd,Ingram,Keith,Lamberton,Lomman,Mallory,Murray,Peck,Reade,Reed,Sholl,Troutwein,Trowbridge,Warren,White,Wohlfahrt,Zimmerman, et al.
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|Miriam J. Robbins||Mary Ann Walker Snook|
Please connect her to her parents, Daniel Walker (#75822555) and Hannah Erhard (#75822654).
Mary Ann, Daniel, and Hannah are my children's 3rd and 4th great-grandparents.
Spokane, WA, USA
Shirly Caldwell Gray "mechlenburggrannie", Age 71, of Kettering, passed away on Saturday, October 12, 2013. She was born February 5, 1942 to James and Evelyn Caldwell of Monroeville, PA. Shirley, a breast cancer survivor, was a secretary for Pennsylvania State Representative, Roger Madigan, and worked for the Republican Research Office. She retired in 2002 from that position and then moved to the Dayton area. She was an associate member of the United Methodist Church in Turtle Creek, PA and a member of Community United Methodist Church in Riverside, OH.
Added by Grace on Nov 30, 2013 6:40 PM
|Betty Scott Marx||Fieta Fehr Raub #44022366|
I added an obit of her sister Sarah Ann Fahr Peifer/Pifer #88924723. I cannot find her brother, Benjamin Fahr in Stevenson Co, ILL, grave.
Sarah is my Great Grandmother.
Just wanted to let you know that I posted a photo of Catherine's stone at East Brady Cemetery. Let me know if I can help with anything else!
|Zachary Pyle||RE: Cathrin Caldwell|
I'm using a book called "Atop these hills" which was published by the Brady's Bend Historical Society. It was published within the past 15-20 years. My plans changed this weekend and my family came to visit me so I didn't get to look for the stone. I'm planning on this upcoming weekend and will try again. I may be able to place the photograph if I looked at it. Could you send it to my email (email@example.com)and maybe I can confirm if it is at the east brady cemetery or somewhere else.
|Zachary Pyle||RE: Cathrin Caldwell|
I added records for the east brady cemetery from a book I have. The records list a Cathrin Caldwell (with specific information) so it seems that there must be a stone there. She is the only Caldwell listed in the cemtery. I have found instances where people have two stones in separate cemeteries (pretty rare)- perhaps this is the case here?
I'll be visiting my parents this weekend so maybe I can get up to the cemetery if the roads are clear. Hopefully I can shed some light on this issue for you.
|4th Michigan Infantry||RE: Geo Monteith, Sp Grove Cem, Cincinnati|
You were absolutely correct and it was definitely an oversight on my part, as I have all the information in his file. Thank you for pointing that out. Ironically, I had addressed almost that very same issue with the cemetery's staff, regarding their burial records for the two graves. Since the correct memorial has now been transferred to me, I will post some information to it. Thanks again, and always feel free to send along corrections or additions to any of my memorials. Accuracy is very important to me.
|Kevin Large||John Sholl gravestone picture|
Thank you for posting the gravestone of John Sholl along with the interesting story regarding the miraculous way you found it. Coincidentally, I was in that same cemetery less than two weeks ago looking for gravestones of my Brandt family, which I also found miraculously. After finishing my visit to the Woodlawn Cemetery, I proceeded to Cincinnati where I spent the day looking for my wife's ancestors graves - the Sholls. After visiting several cemeteries, I finally located their graves, in the Wesleyan Cemetery. Just before the sun went down, I was able to obtain the pictures and information that I was after. I unexpectantly discovered the grave of Eva or Eve Catherine Sholl near her son's George Washington Sholl's grave. I have since added her grave and all the Sholls that I found in the Wesleyan Cemetery to Find A Grave. Can you tell me how you are related to John Sholl, and how you happen to discover that he was buried in the Woodlawn cemetery? My wife descends from Emily Sholl, daughter of George Washington Sholl. Emily Sholl married John Morris Keen in Cincinnati, and later moved to California. I look forward to hearing back from you.
|Diane Nichols||Mary McCracken, Greenwood Cemetery|
Hi, and thank you for the information. I have added it to the memorial. Do you have any dates for Mary or James McCracken? I would love to add more details to the memorial.
|Christin Craig||RE: Mary & Conrad Rice|
Thank you SO very much for the clarification. Someone was trying to tell me is was a George Conrad, not a George Rice and I was pretty sure I could see the last name Rice on the stone. Thanks again and have a great day!
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