|Neal W. Robertson (#46531799)|
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|If you have any corrections or any additions to a memorial, please do not hesitate to contact me.|
If I've added a memorial of a relative that you would prefer to maintain yourself, let me know and I'll be glad to transfer ownership to you unless it is one of my relatives. My family names are; Beach, Clabourne, Kennedy, Kibel, Maxwell, Reed, Robertson, Theis, Watkins.
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Thanks for the Brewster photos.
Added by Lisa on Feb 20, 2014 3:31 PM
|labs2006||#124819979 Alta May Bisby Daniels|
I have made your changes for you. Thanks
Added by labs2006 on Feb 16, 2014 12:23 PM
|labs2006||Edward "Edwin" Daniels|
Your requested changes have been made as well as the bio. added.
Added by labs2006 on Feb 16, 2014 12:16 PM
|Tom Duncan||Lena headstones|
Thank you so much, I appreciate your time and efforts.
|The Goldens||Harley Photos|
Thank you so much for taking the photos. I hadn't expected then till spring. I saw snow on the ground, so I appreciate your efforts that much more!
|Jim Stone||Benjamin Franklin Call|
Thank you so very much for trudging through the snow to photograph the headstone of Benjamin Franklin Call. I sincerely appreciate your effort in doing so!
|Barbara Nicholson||Mary Frances Lackey|
THANK YOU VEY MUCH for going out in the snow to take the photo. I figured it would be spring or after before anyone would do it. I take photo's myself and only fill requests if it is close where I live or happen to be in the cemetery. Your time is greatly appreciated. God Bless you and thank you again for going out now and taking the photo. Great job.
|Robert Copeland||Elizabeth Sanderson headstone|
Just accepted this assignment. 10" of snow on ground and below zero to single digit temps. Will photograph this headstone when conditions permit. Most stones in this portion of Roselawn Cemetery are horizontal and close to ground.
|Barbara A. in CA||RE: Memorial# 116380307|
Lafayette Fayette Manchester Question
I seen the marriage record with the Fayette ad the index for the cemetery you mentioned. I found the obit on Ancestry.Com that was derived from the story written by By Harriett Taylor Upton
The name Lafayette is included in the book. It may be wrong but I have not been able to determine the correct spelling. Thank you for making me take a second look.
HISTORY OF THE WESTERN RESERVE,
Healey M. Manchester was born in Perry, Ohio, July 11, 1840, and was reared by his maternal grandfather, Benjamin Crofoot, who with the brothers Gideon and Dudley Crofoot, migrated from Cayuga county, New York, in the month of May, 1819. Benjamin settled on the South Ridge in Perry, selecting a beautiful tract about three miles east of Painesville, erecting, a log house near the present site of the Methodist church, in which he lived with his family for many years. The three children of the family were Malcolm, Caroline and Phebe Jane, the last named becoming the mother of Healey M. Manchester by her marriage to LaFayette Manchester in about 1838. La Fayette Manchester was born in Cayuga county, New York, in 1814. He worked for the Geauga Iron Company after coming to this state in 1832. Phebe Jane Manchester, his wife, was born in Cayuga county, New York, in 1818.
|DOUG KIGAR||RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 87607102|
I do not believe he was ever married or he was married for a very short period.
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