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I retired in 2015 after 35 years in soil and water conservation. I started on find a grave in 2012 mainly photographing in Forest Cemetery, Circleville, Ohio. I have helped raise the percent with photos there from 43% to 75% and growing.|
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|Linda Peters||Ezra Kohli|
My name is Linda Peters. I am a new volunteer for Find a Grave: I took care of Ezra before he was admitted to Fulton Manor. We made a trip to Greenlawn several times to visit June's burial site. I think I can remember where it is without looking it up. I am newly retired as well and finding my ancestors is a new hobby. Maybe we can exchange requests as some are mine are buried in Pickaway County at Forest Cemetery.
|Dan Bell||John A. B. Gearhart gravestone photos|
Thank you very much for taking these wonderful pictures and posting them. As the inscription on the stone notes, John A. B. Gearhart was killed on Feb. 3, 1865, at the battle of Rivers Bridge in South Carolina. The South Carolina State Park Service preserves the battlefield as Rivers Bridge State Historic Site. We've identified most of the casualties from the battle and commemorate them in a new permanent exhibit on the site. We'd like to be able to use your photos of John A. B. Gearhart's cenotaph in future interpretation at Rivers Bridge. I can send you a photo release form allowing us to do so, if you're agreeable with that. I'd appreciate it if you'd let me know by replying to my email address below.
I've also sent a thank-you to Natalie Herdman for requesting the pictures.
Dan Bell, South Carolina State Park Service
Added by Dan Bell on Sep 20, 2016 9:21 AM
I have been doing some work at Reber Hill for several month's (as time allows). Today was my first venture in Forest Cemetery. Your pic's are the best....and thank you for taking the time to add the section. Keep enjoying your retirement and Happy Hunting! Kay #46534307
Added by Kay on Aug 27, 2016 9:29 PM
|Maggie ||Nancy Ritter|
Thank you for checking.
Added by Maggie on Aug 24, 2016 8:39 PM
|Maggie ||Robert Ritter|
Thank you for taking and posting this picture. Did you happen to notice if his wife's death date was included on the monument?
Added by Maggie on Aug 23, 2016 2:59 PM
|Jon Grant||John H Grant 101134177|
I am a little perplexed by the details of the headstone. My Grant line was in Washington, Morgan and Noble Counties in Ohio during this same time. Samuel Grant and Abigail Bickford had a son named John H Grant who was in the 42nd OVI, Company D. I'd like to work through this with someone. My email is email@example.com.
|Carrie and Allen||Dreisbach photo|
Thanks so much for taking this photo for me, I really appreciate it!
|Mark Butler||Hattie Butler|
Thanks for the image of Hattie Butler's headstone. When Natalie Herdman set up the memorial, she wrote that the cemetery records indicated that there was no headstone. Hattie is on the 1870 census as an infant, but her age varies from census to census (younger) after that. Her mother's headstone has the wrong year of death, so maybe my Circleville Butlers just had bad luck with headstones. Was there a headstone for her brother John nearby?
|Mark Butler||Thank you|
Thank you for the photo of Thomas Thomas' headstone!
|Carrie and Allen||Leist photos|
Thanks so much for taking these pictures for me, I really appreciate it!
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