|Joan Shoffner (#46835779)|
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My name is Joan Shoffner|
I have lived all my life in Sidney,Ohio
I have been searching for my Family for 10 years.My Husband would go along with me to the cemetery. I take a lot of tombstone picture and put them on Find a Grave so that other people can find there family member.
*From Find a Grave's Help Page:
Transfer requests should be for direct relatives within four generations, this would be your great-grandparents, grandparents, parents, or siblings. Aunts, uncles, cousins, etc. do not fall into this category. Bulk surname requests should not be made
you can use my tombstone and personal picture just ask.
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|Steve Salato||RE: Thomas Day|
Thank you for adding the photo of Thomas Day to the Find-A-Grave site.
Would you have any idea who might have added the birth and death information about Thomas Day to Find-A-Grave?
|Steve Salato||Thomas Day|
There is a Corp. Thomas Day buried in Mills Cemetery in Shelby County.
I am trying to find out if he might be my great-great-grandfather.
I have almost no information about my grandfather, other than he served in the Civil War, died in battle and, our family believes, had lived in Pennsylvania.
Find-A Grave says that he was born Aug. 23, 1823 in Pennsylvania and that he died Aug. 29, 1864 in Shelby County, the date of his discharge from service.
Could you tell me where you found that information?
Thank you for any help you might be able to provide.
Urbandale, Iowa 50322
|Tesla Perry||RE: Jason G Perry|
Thank you sooo much !!:)
|Lisa Bailey||Robert Prieser|
Thank you for the quick transfer. I will take good care of his memorial.
And thank you again for all the work you do in Ohio.
|sylvia clemons||Graceland Cemetery|
Hi, I am a researcher for the Sultana passengers and I have found two different places for Charles T. Kruse which I am unable to actually read the headstone posted here and was wondering if you might be able to let me know what it says. This man never survived the steamboat that exploded on Mississippi River near Memphis TN. There is a place for him in their national cemetery and I noticed on this picture the headstone seems to read 1864 but that is all I can make out. I want to reference the correct person and would greatly appreciate any assistance.
|Robert Harrison Lane||Certainly one of the best caretakers!|
Thank you for the transfer. Your kindness is not unnoticed.
Again, keep up the great work.
|timothy lawhead||family thanks|
once again thanks for Mattie Lawhead's photo she only lived 7 days all Jacob's children died infant or very young
Tim Lawhead notice you have taken photos and left flowers for some Lawhead at the seventh day baptist cemetary are you related to our family most of the cemetary is family? firstname.lastname@example.org
|Robert Harrison Lane||Byron Trostel|
You are doing a great job. If you would, please transfer Byron Trostel if you would. I would like to add and update some things in the listing for the family. If you don't want to I can send some info to you. Just lemme know.
Distant Relative ( so your discretion - thanks )
|Patricia Meyer||Cornelius Elliott|
Hi again Joan. Sorry, I didn't see that you had already included the War of 1812 information. The son I mentioned, Cornelius Thomas is buried in Eagleville, Missouri. His son was William Henry, father of William Harry, father of Arch Elliott, my father.The Elliott Clans are huge !!!
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