|Charles R. Geach (#46889657)|
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"Genealogy without documentation is mythology" Unknown|
"Genealogy with documentation can be mythology" C. R. Geach
Blair-North Fork Cemetery
Briar Hill Cemetery
Devils Den Cemetery
Union Station Cemetery
Wayne Baptist Cemetery
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|Dian Babcock ||Obituary for Louisa Holman McCollum|
Louisa Holman was born in Fall Play, Wisconsin January 31, 1847. At that age of ten she moved with her parents to New Oregon. Here she grew to womanhood and in 1869 was united in marriage to Dr. James McCollum who died February 7, 1896. Mrs. McCollum was a member of the Episcopal church, Some time before her death, she went to Colorado in the hope that the change of climate might benefit her, but it was too late. The encroachments consumption rendered all efforts unavailing and she returned to her old Cresco home that she might be among her relatives and friends. She leaves a mother and one brother, both residents of Cresco, to mourn her loss.
The funeral was held on Friday afternoon at the M. E.church, in charge of the W. E. C. of which she was a member. Rev. Grammons was the officiating clergyman. Interment was in the New Oregon cemetery.
|Dr. Cynthia Mahaffey||Conklin photo|
Could you add your fine photo of Gertrude Conklin's stone (5644679) to her husband's site (123530432)? I would be much obliged
|Douglas Chapman||Gillam & Cliffa Lyon|
Thanks for the transfer. I have updated their information and relationships.
|Carol Lynn White||Jane McGee|
Thank you so much for the transfer, I appreciate it.
Carol Lynn White
|L. E. Banks III||Oscar White Ballou|
Thank you for the entry. I have a piano book that was bought and personally embossed for "Minnie O. Ballou." Bought for her, by; O. W. Ballou. 1890. - The entry you submitted is the only one within the years; that could possibly be this person. I reside in Ohio, so does the Oscar White Ballou' grave. So just perhaps, this is the person in question. - My question is; is there a Minnie O. Ballou near Oscar White Ballou' grave? Or perhaps in the same town as his grave, there is a cemetery where she may be?
Would appreciate any further information you could supply for these two, and their grave.
Thank very much, in advance; as well as thanking you again for this entry.
|Joyce Squires||RE: Kilts Family Photo|
I was unable to contact you by email. I am not sure where I got the group photo on Emma Kilts memorial. It was however, one of my genealogy research friends. I will try to find more about it. Are you a relative of hers?
|Cindy Gillispie||Thank You!|
Thanks for transferring Viola to me. I appreciate it!
|Cindy Gillispie||Viola Meister|
I was wondering if you wouldn't mind transferring management of Viola Meister to me. If you wouldn't, her memorial is #46916537
mine contributor is #47715682
Thanks so much!
|Sande and Bob||William and Eva Asmus|
Hi, Thank you so much for the transfers. That was very quick! I'll make the updates today.
|Terry Glendening||Mrs. George Lane|
Flowers left for George Lane
George Lane was born June 21, 1875, Washington County, Ohio in probably what was then, Roxbury Township. He died in Wesley Township, Washington County, Ohio on June 6, 1920. He married Augusta Dadds, sp. He was the son of Richard & Elizabeth (Miller) Lane.
- Charles R. Geach
Added: May. 9, 2008
AUGUSTA Dadds, above, was ALICE AUGUSTA GEDDES.
She was married to George Richard Lane on April 25, 1903 in Malta, Morgan County, Ohio. His brother, Richard R. Lane, married her sister, Ida Minerva GEDDES. They were first cousins to my Great Grandfather, George Henry GEDDES.
DADDS, GADDIS and many other variations. Yes, I've seen it spelled that way too. :)
Terry Glendening, son of Dorothy Virginia GEDDES Glendening
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