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i live in huron, ohio. i like smaller older cemeteries. i usually do requests from erie and huron counties. i sometimes also go to seneca,ottawa and surronding counties. family names meier, poole, walker, wolf, sprankel, baumler , biemler and more.|
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|E J McHugh||Ransom - Cholera cem.|
Would you know the cause of death for Joseph Ransom who is buried in Sandusky's Cholera Cemetery ? Could he be Captain Ransom of the ship Helen Marr that sank in Lake Erie ? Thank You.
|Nick Nonya||nathan J.|
Right you are as is on the DC. It is posted on site.
|Nick Nonya||Nathan J. Buswell|
I heard his MI stood for his mothers maiden name Jasmon. I could never find anything substantiating it. Maybe you will have better luck.
|David Plowman||RE: Esther Dean Adams|
Sure, that would be great. Thanks, Brenda!
|David Plowman||Esther Dean Adams|
I am researching Joseph and Esther Harper (my 5th great grandparents). I had found Joseph Harper's probate records with lots of information, but you have more, like when they came to Huron and more on Esther's marriages etc. Are there any source docs you could point me to? Thank you!
|Diane C||David Nunamaker|
Thank you! I wasn't sure, I'm glad you figured it out.
Added by Diane C on Apr 04, 2015 10:17 PM
|Sharon Davis Marsden||#8569364|
Thank you for the gravestone photo for my great grandfather! Somehow it got posted twice so could you remove one of them?
Thanks again for all you do!
Sharon Davis Marsden
Brenda - sent updates for a few of the memorials from the HC cemetery book. I sent re duplicate memorials for Wolcott, Nicholas A. and Nicholas Pickard. You added in 2009 - the others were added in 2013. Hopefully they delete. Barb
|Pam||Axe Factory Cemetery|
Hello Brenda, Thank you for the great photos of the Lloyd stones in the Axe Factory Cemetery. You found my Great Great Grandparents. I visited the cemetery this week quickly in the snow and did not find the markers in a very quick look--snow covered, cold, and getting late--but I'll go back this spring and hopefully find them because of your photos. Regards, Pam
Added by Pam on Feb 15, 2015 2:17 AM
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