|Glenda Frank Moser (#46511008)|
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|Mimi Childs||Family history book|
I'm Mimi Childs in Columbus, GA, and am helping to update a book entitled: Two Brothers: Reddick and Lovick Pierce.
Claude Eugene Harmon is a descendant through his grandmother, Frances Walker Harmon. I'm looking for old family pictures that could be included in this book. Are you a descendant? Thanks so much.
|Ellen Bishop||Send your findagrave number|
on edit and I will transfer
|Lorraine Butler||Hansons of Belmont County Ohio|
I am so glad to have found your photos on findagrave for this pioneer family! Thank you so much for your willingness to share these with descendants. I believe I can speak for all of them when I say that your time and kindness are very much appreciated!
(5th great grandaughter of Elijah & Susannah Scrivens Hinson/Hanson)
|Corinna Harvey-Burton||RE: Clarice Brunkow Tbst. Photo|
You are so very welcome! I really enjoy helping others find their families!
|CathyAnnCarr||RE: Concord Quaker Cemetery|
Thank you for your reply, Glenda.
You made sense... the wisdom of experience! I did as you suggested and emailed you a copy. It may take a while, as there were a lot of requests ahead of mine.
Glad you like the photos... thank you for saying so!
|CathyAnnCarr||Concord Quaker Cemetery / Concord Quaker Meeting House Burial Ground duplication|
I wanted to make you aware of my recent discovery. The Quaker cemetery on Negus Road in Colerain Township, Belmont County, Ohio has two profiles on findagrave. Although the other one someone else created does not have the correct cemetery name, there are 93 memorials on it.
After posting most of the photos I took of all the graves last week on the "Concord Quaker Meeting House Burial Ground" profile, I found your "Concord Quaker Cemetery" profile with the correct name, indicated by its sign.
I am wondering if you are willing to put your two memorials onto "Concord Quaker Meeting House Burial Ground" profile and delete your "Concord Quaker Cemetery" profile, then I will email findagrave about changing the name to the correct one. I found a book on the Colerain Township Cemeteries in the Martins Ferry, Ohio library that labeled it as "BERRY CEMETERY aka Concord Quaker Cemetery aka Fox (Josiah) Cemetery." I believe this to be sufficient evidence for findagrave to agree the change needs to be made.
Please let me know your thoughts.
Also, did you know there are graves on the private property where the original church was, up on the hill? I spoke with the property owner who allowed me to look around. I created a profile for it using the name I found in that same book. "FIRST CONCORD CEMETERY aka Old Berry Cemetery."
|WeberSteinmetz||Ann Ralston Kent|
Hi Glenda, I was wondering about your sources indicating that Ann Ralston Kent (Birth: Apr. 7, 1759 Death: Apr. 27, 1835)is not the daughter of John Kent. Thanks shedding light on this for me.
Also, great job on the memorial.
|K L Bonnett||Capt. Isaac V Dennis|
Isaac 40 born OH, Benjamin 33 born OH and William T, the eldest at 44 born PA all enlisted in Co G 22nd Iowa Infantry. You mentioned that you thought Benjamin, William and George W were possibly brothers on Williams memorial. Wondering if Isaac could be as well?
|K L Bonnett||Benjamin Franklin Dennis|
Didn't know if you had found grave of Benjamin Franklin Dennis. He is buried at Oakwood Hill Tacoma,WA. Has photo of his 22nd Iowa stone. I sent suggestion to add his Civil War military history so hopefully that will happen.
|Helen||Charles Bolon Lingo|
#57940305 Rose Hill Cem, Page Co. IA. What a wonderful job you have done on this memorial! I had just been going over a memorial for Carrie May Maynard Lingo and wondered what happened to her husband. They were both so young when they died. Then I found the Iowa cemetery record for Charles and was able to find the cemetery. His obituaries told the whole story. Thanks so much for the fine work you have done!
Added by Helen on Oct 02, 2011 12:06 AM
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