|Jill and Ron Weikle (#47318282)|
| || member for 3 years, 5 months, 8 days|
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My husband and I are both retired and love visiting cemeteries.|
We take pictures and post memorials of relatives and "friends" we find along the way.
If any of the "friends" are your relatives, please let us know and we will gladly transfer to you.
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50,376 Memorials Added
49,797 Memorials Managed
506 Volunteer Photos Taken
4 Virtual Flowers
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|Michael Wood||Joseph Beegle - Fairview Cemetery|
Dear Jill and Ron, I am Michael Wood and I maintain a website dedicated to the 16th Ohio Volunteer Infantry Civil War regiment at www.mkwe.com/home.htm. I collect and present all information, images and other material I
can find on this unit to which my great great grandfather belonged. I noticed you have published a photo of the gravestone of one of the 16th OVI's soldiers, Joseph Beegle, from Fairview Cemetery in Galion, at
I am asking your permission to present this photo on my website in the "Laid To Rest" section at
http://www.mkwe.com/ohio/pages/gravesites_00.htm. My site is totally non-commercial and is a memorial to the regiment and for the research and enjoyment of those interested in the Civil War or the 16th OVI in particular.
Please let me know if it's ok to use your photo.
Also, I want to thank you for helping to find and preserve photos and information on our ancestors on FindAGrave.com. You are performing a valuable service for many and helping to keep alive the memory our ancestors.
Thank you for the transfer and for selflessly taking all those photos! You are both so kind. - Kitty
Added by Kitty on Dec 10, 2013 4:33 PM
|melissa jacobs||Thank you for the transfers!|
Thank you for all the Hess transfers! I really appreciate it!
|Mary Lafferty||41866604 John Annis Lafferty|
Specifically: Lafferty ranch, Otero County, New Mexico by the Penasco an Felix River close to Cloudcroft. [Add Plot]
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Created by: Mary Lafferty
Record added: Sep 12, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 41866604
My dad was 67 when I was born and it puts many years between my grandfather and myself. Dad raised my brother and I so I knew family history. Rev. John Annis Lafferty, a freemason and a Methodist minister followed my dad out to New Mexico where land had opened up. He brought his spinster daughter and his oldest sons family there to a ranch near Cloudcroft. His older son wasm urdered in 1909 and grandfather died 1911. They were buried on the ranch. Later a road was built over the graves and the stone move up on the hill were it still rests. Why the Ohio John Lafferty was attached to my grandfather on ancestry.com is in error I wish I could correct. John Lafferty is a common name but I do know where my grandfather was originally buried.
thanks for the really quick additions. you folks are great
Added by Lostnfog on Dec 07, 2013 3:00 PM
|Matthew Early||Emma C Hornavius|
Emma C Hornavius is Emma Caroline Klopfenstein 1872-1905. Thanks
|pj01cj02||Jacob & Mary Swanger|
Thank you so much for taking the time to get these photos for me. It is greatly appreciated.
Added by pj01cj02 on Dec 02, 2013 1:51 AM
|Julie Humes||RE: Bevington|
I received your request. I am also a Bevington as well as a Bevington researcher who is writing a descendancy book on the line of the 4 brothers. I didn't see your email on your page, but would be happy to discuss further with you if you can send me your email.
|Glen Hammel||RE: East Lawn Cemetery|
Sorry for the late reply... busy work week, followed by a weekend traveling. I can photograph the remaining markers at East Lawn (I'd also like to look into visiting the mausoleum). If you could send a map of how much of the right corner needs done that would be great. I have some records, but they're from 1981, and I'm thinking most of that section is newer.
What I have is transcripts for my local township cemeteries published by the county genealogical society. Most of them were walking surveys, but East Lawn seems to have originated from burial records, so it might have info that can't be read on the stones. I should have time to go through the listing this weekend and see if I can help solve some of those older memorials.