|Shar R. (#47356892)|
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My Husband is retired Civil Service, I am the Mother of 4 grown Children & Grandmother of 9+ 2 Great-Grandchildren...|
have been working on Family History since the 1980's,just recently got into the DNA aspect of it also, very interesting....
Note: thru the edit tab you can now add /correct dates/names,add spouse/parents, on any memorial, please make sure your facts are correct...
Most of my memorials are relatives...
If I have made any memorials for someone not related, I will transfer to someone who is, provided relationship & member number is stated
-My FAMILY Photo's of relatives (People) ARE NOT TO BE COPIED without my permission, and Please never to Public trees on the Internet!
NOTE:If You copy any of the memorials that I have made or manage, PLEASE leave my name on them !!!...as I would like to hear from people related to us
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|Becky||RE: John Bowser Marker|
I try not to touch the stones if I can help it. I don't use chemicals, but just water and sometimes a soft brush. I don't always have them with me though. I had a large list of those I wanted to find so I didn't have the time I needed to spend on those that were more difficult to read. The mottling on some of them makes it almost impossible to read them.
I am always amazed at how some stones in the same era look almost untouched and yet others have worn to where you can barely tell that there was any inscription on it at all.
Thank you for your kind words. I hope I can help you again.
Added by Becky on May 26, 2016 9:00 AM
|Elizabeth McBride||Myers/Tomahawk Greenwood|
I reposted grave photos of Clara and Guy, little better exposure. I posted grave photos of Harry David, Edith G, Henry F, and Ida May Ward Myers, all of whose memorials you created. I created memorials for Norma L Myers, whose husband G. Barry is apparently still alive, there's no date of death on the stone. If they are your family I'll be glad to transfer management to you. I created a memorial for Elizabeth M Myers, whose stone is next to Harry D and Edith G, she had no memorial. I assume she must be your family. I can transfer management to you.
Give all the thanks to Denise. A nice email thanking her would probably go along way.
She helped me so I could help you.
Amazing how God works!
|cemetery saver||RE: Maude Wells|
We found her obit.
Denise Mahan-Moore went the extra mile
|cemetery saver||RE: Maude Wells|
I searched thru several newspapers
St.Paris News-Dispatch, Urbana Press and the St.Paris New Era.
I looked for the surnames Gibbs, Wells & Faulkner.
I could find nothing for her under any name from 1900 to 1910. Tragic about Laura. I did find the two articles about the incident
The only documentation I have is the cemetery lot record for section 1 lot 44
This lot is owned by Samuel & C.F. Gibbs.
There are several Gibbs buried in this lot. Laura is listed as Laura Gibbs(1903) on the lot record along with Joseph L Gibbs (1903) the next grave is Maud with no death date. This is the west side of the lot.
When I review the 2002 publication by Rick Burnside (who was the caretaker at the time) he has alpha listing as this:
Wells, Maude Gibbs death May-1895
I am contacting one of my aunts who has done alot of family history up there to see if she has anything on the Faulkner and Gibbs families.
|Elizabeth McBride||RE: Vernon Guy Myers|
OK, I'll take them next Sunday. I'll retake Guy's also as it looks kind of washed out to me, maybe because it was in the shade.
|W Stanley||Deborah Standley 157890855|
You sent me an edit for Deborah Standley.
I have never seen the given name Demorest and I can't find anything for it at LDS sites or other sites. Please send your source for this change. Stanley or Standley were often used by this group but I will continue to use Standley for her since her husband used that spelling. Are you related to this family ? If so, please let me know how since I am always interested and could share with you, etc. thanks, Werner Stanley firstname.lastname@example.org
|cemetery saver||Find A Grave Memorial# 147540279|
There is a cemetery interment and lot record for her in Evergreen Cemetery
The date on the record only has May-1895
section 1 lot 44
There is no visible monument as of Jun-2005 when I transcribed the cemetery lot records, interment records and photographed the cemetery in it's entirety
name obtained from 2002 publication by Rick Burnside previous cemetery caretaker
|Mary J Griswold||RE: Dan J Melson|
Sorry 'bout that. I've been doing so many edits/corrections and adding photos that my eyes are starting to cross! Thanks for taking care of this. I'd be really curious to see how this all turns out. Love a good puzzle. Mary
|Paul Miller||Solomon Miller Memorial|
Shar, I have communicated with you in the past and am reaching out to you again. I am researching Solomon Miller, youngest born child of Frederick and Elizabeth Miller of Preble County. Would you please contact me to visit on
a Solomon Miller that is shown in the Clinton Union cemetery in Elkhart County, Indiana?
George Miller is my third great grandpa, older
brother to Solomon.
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