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Penny Cox Brown (#46977801)
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Bio Photo I live in Chillicothe, Ohio. This is my Grandma and me. Genealogy is my passion. I take all the volunteer photos I can in the hopes that some kind soul will do the same for me.

I am a member of the First Families of Ross County and the Ross County Genealogy Society as well as the Ritchie County West Virginia Genealogy Society where all my relatives descended from.

If you find a stone that I have submitted that is your family please let me know and I will gladly transfer it to you, unless it is one of mine. LOL.

My intention is to preserve not to offend. The numbers are not important to me just getting these memorials into the hands of someone who cares about them.
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Julie Knox/Graves-Birkhimer
Penny, are you okay??? Just wondering about you. You're not responding to my submitted edits.

Added by Julie Knox/Graves-Birkhim... on Oct 09, 2014 7:52 PM
Julie Knox/Graves-Birkhimer
Transfer Request
Charles L Hughes Find A Grave Memorial# 35619864

Penny, if not related, would you mind transferring Charles and his wife Arta to me. These are my husband's grandparents.

Added by Julie Knox/Graves-Birkhim... on Oct 09, 2014 5:45 PM
Duplicate memorials
Edgar McQuay b.1908 d.1958 has 2 memorials


Can they be merged?
Added by MaryInColumbus on Sep 17, 2014 10:46 PM
Consolvers in Sigler Cemetery
Your entries for Finley Consolver and wife Nora Stancliff in Sigler Cemetery (Ross County, Ohio) have been duplicated.
Added by DHRH on Sep 16, 2014 1:20 PM
Edward Burton Stancliff
I had the wrong name and parents for Edward Stancliff in Sigler Cemetery.
I have corrected the name to James Edward Stancliff and corrected the parents. Could you refresh the entry?
Added by DHRH on Sep 12, 2014 9:14 AM
Stacey Wagner Cotton
Ressa Hartsough Wagner
I thought I would share some family info with you, so you can add it to Ressa Hartsough Wagners page. She would have been my great grandmother. She was married to Frank A Wagner, Their children were Mae Wagner, France Wagner mcnichols, Fred A Wagner, Lewis Wagner, Arthur Wagner,Eugene Wagner Hope this is a help to the site.
Added by Stacey Wagner Cotton on Aug 06, 2014 9:29 PM
Frenches Ross County, Jefferson Township
I have updated various Frenches in Sigler and Little Mound belonging to you,
I also have this to add for Abrahan French buried in Sigler:
Abraham French, was born 30 Nov 1807 in Giles County VA, and was a son of Henry and Abigail French, who were also natives of Virginia, born 16 May 1765 and 06 Mar 1773, respectively. In 1815 they moved to Gallia County OH, but soon after moved to Jackson County, where the father died in 1843, and the mother in 1841. At the age of eighteen years our subject went to the Kanawha Salt Works, where he was engaged in transporting the salt for the company for nine years. He was married in December 1832 to Rachel Ridenour, who was born 13 Aug 1810. They were the parents of ten children, of whom six are living: Henry S., Eliza, William C., Franklin, Permelia and Abraham. Soon after his marriage he moved to Jackson, where he kept hotel and was engaged in several stage and mail routes till 1866, when his health failed him, and he retired to the farm where his death occurred 27 Jul 1870. He commenced life empty-handed but by economy and industry accumulated a large property. His hand was always open to all benevolent institutions, and he aided largely in building the Methodist Episcopal Church at Jackson.
Added by DHRH on Aug 06, 2014 2:38 AM
Donna White
re: Edits
If anyone has trouble getting edits or transfers, email and they will do them in about a week. I think Penny is inactive. She doesn't respond to requests for updates...
Added by Donna White on Jul 25, 2014 3:57 AM
Anna M. Lebeau
Penny, Thanks so much for adding this picture. I always wondered what happened to her. She was never on the census records that I could find and now I know why. Without your volunteer picture and information I may never have known. You are an angel. I just wanted to know that your work has made a big difference. Again, Thanks!!!!
Added by flowerkin on Jul 15, 2014 6:22 AM
marcia ault
emma laney barker
she was my great grandmother I would like anything you may have on her
Added by marcia ault on Jul 09, 2014 8:28 PM
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