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Bio Photo I have been searching my family history for a few years now. My father's side of the family was challenging since the only thing I knew to start was his parents' names. Since, I have learned that my father's family was born, lived or died in Indiana, Illinois, and Kentucky.

I had help starting my mother's side of the family from my cousin who is also here on find-a-grave. My mother's family lived in many states including Indiana, Illinois, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Maryland, and Minnesota and foreign locales such as England, the Channel Islands, Scotland, Germany, France and Turkey.

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margaret brown
RE: Middle Creek Zion Baptist Church Cemetery
I sent the information to hopefully they will change the Middle Creek Baptist Church Cemetery to read Roselms instead of Grover Hill. This cemetery is about one mile east of Roselms.

The other cemetery, Middle Creek, is located one and one-half miles east of Grover Hill.

Have a nice day
Added by margaret brown on Apr 13, 2014 10:37 AM
margaret brown
Middle Creek Zion Baptist Church Cemetery
I have information regarding the location of this cemetery which is confused with "Middle Creek Cemetery". If I send you the information from the book titled "History of Grover Hill" written by Laurence R. Hipp (born in Grover Hill, OH in 1913) published in 1971, can you added it?

Please respond,
Thank you!
Added by margaret brown on Apr 12, 2014 2:42 PM
Steve Leslie
RE: Ebenezer Marihugh grave
Thank you for taking the time to look into this. It is very much appreciated.
Added by Steve Leslie on Jan 14, 2013 7:40 PM
Steve Leslie
Ebenezer Marihugh grave

Are you any relation to Ebenezer Marihugh? If so do you have any family history on the Marihughs? I'm looking for the burial spot of David Steele. His wife was Sarah Elizabeth Marihugh daughter of Ebenezer. David died in 1873 in Defiance Co., Ohio. Thank you for your help. Steve
Added by Steve Leslie on Dec 11, 2012 6:21 PM
dave schwi
Clarence Marihugh
Greetings: I'm currently researching Clarence Marihugh for a book I'm writing. I'm looking for any information about him, particularly about his wartime service in WW2. If you can help, I'd most certainly appreciate it! Thanks! Dave
Added by dave schwi on Oct 24, 2012 10:46 AM
Thanks for taking the photo of the Linebrink's for me. I appreciate it.
Added by Smith on May 16, 2012 9:11 PM
Dawn P.
Susan Giltz Skiver
Thank you so much for the photo!!!
Added by Dawn P. on May 16, 2012 7:47 PM
Dawn P.
RE: Bell
Ohhh, could I please get copies of Alta & Perry Bell's graves?? Thank you!!!
Added by Dawn P. on Apr 19, 2012 9:03 PM
Elizabeth Montgomery
Thank you so much for the Anna & Louis Corcellious grave stone pic. Great photo!
Added by Elizabeth Montgomery on Apr 19, 2012 8:42 AM
Thank you for the info, I was not aware of the Illinois cyberdrive website having death info that far back! Interesting! But I think Winnie died in a town away from Peter living with her children so I am not sure where she is buried I just assumed she could have been with Peter, but she may be where she lived last also. Thanks for the photos you have posted of the Olinger's!
Added by Amanda on Mar 20, 2012 10:10 AM
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