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Bonnie (#46917571)
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If there are any additions or corrections please feel free to contact me using the edit tab, on the original memorial, then click on suggest a correction. This will take me directly to the memorial that you have a concern about. I am always glad to add additional info.
I transfer memorials according to the find a grave guide lines.

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RFB Jenkins
Debow headstone photos
Please remove the Debow headstone photos you copied from my memorials. Had you asked, I would have added them.

As it is you added them to someone else's
Added by RFB Jenkins on Sep 13, 2016 3:05 PM
Rabbit's Hill
RE: Crum Ridge Cemetery, Noble Co., Ohio
You are very welcome, and thank you for going through the records. I still have 160 markers to go through, with overtime its been difficult to find the time. By the way, I have to put Crum Ridge at the top of my list of favorite cemeteries to walk through, just a beautiful location on top of the ridge.
Added by Rabbit's Hill on Sep 09, 2016 6:02 AM
cathy lindeman
Rebecca Shields Rutan
Thanks for the speedy update!!!
Cathy Lindeman
Added by cathy lindeman on Sep 03, 2016 4:08 AM
cathy lindeman
Rebecca guy Rutan
memorial no.67950280

I suggested changing her maiden name to Shields. she 1st married Mathrew Guy 22 May 1806 in Trumble County. The married record is on familysearch. They had one daughter that is known, Mary Guy, she married Henry Rutan, son of William and Hannah Rutan. Mathrew Guy died in the War of 1812. There is a lot of information about his death because he was scalped by Indians. She then married William Rutan, 8 Nov 1826.

She is the sister of Eleanor (Helen) Shields, who married William Moore, Jr.
Added by cathy lindeman on Sep 01, 2016 12:07 PM
Faye Francis
Re: Derek Speicher
Duplicate deleted - thank you & have a great weekend.

Added by Faye Francis on Aug 27, 2016 6:03 PM
Rabbit's Hill
RE: Michael Archer
You are very welcome! I am still going through the photos I took so if you have anyone else in Archer's/St. Michaels cemetery I might be sending more edits.
Added by Rabbit's Hill on Aug 23, 2016 9:55 AM
RE: Anna B Carlen Moorhead
Thanks for making the correction Bonnie. I appreciate it. I will now request a headstone photo again.
Paula Day
Added by PDay on Aug 13, 2016 2:00 PM
Anna B Carlen Moorhead
I have been researching Anna and I was trying to get a headstone photo for her. I had someone go out to the cemetery and try to find her grave. They talked with the cemetery office and she was not buried there. I have since been able to find her Death Certificate and that states that she is buried in the Graceland Cemetery in New Castle, Lawrence, Pennsylvania. Could you please change the cemetery to Graceland for Anna Find a grave #39264230. If you would like a copy of her Death Certificate I can send that to you just send me your email address.
Also she is the daughter of William Carlon and Elizabeth Orr Carlon.
I have a copy of her obituary that ran in the New Castle News 2 Jun 1930 p 2. It also states that she is buried in the Graceland Cemetery.
Thanks for all of your help.
Paula Day
Added by PDay on Aug 12, 2016 7:03 PM
RE: Mary Hewson Elliott Love
Bonnie, Are you related to Mary Hewson Elliott Love? Been speaking to one of her direct relations and wanted to put you in touch, if this is the case. Thank you!
Added by SR0220 on Aug 03, 2016 1:05 PM
Ralph Hammond-Green
Isaac Cornell
There is overwhelming evidence that Isaac Cornell (1844-1924) served from New York and not from Ohio. Pension records, 1890 Veterans Schedule and the New York records listed on his memorial. There is another Isaac Curnell who was from Ohio & died in 1919 in West Virginia & served in the 1st Ohio Heavy Artillery unit. The 2nd Isaac was married to Polly who collected a pension based on his service.

The fact Isaac's (1844-1924) sons were married in Trumbull County is insufficient reason to say he served from Ohio.

Please see the tree for Isaac Cornell on
Added by Ralph Hammond-Green on Jul 31, 2016 8:48 AM
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