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This includes corrections, transfer requests AND content changes!
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I've worked in a number of different cemeteries and it's not always obvious to me where your request may be. Thanks.
see this link:
Taylor-Hill from Virginia to Ohio
Blatter-Hartman from Germany to Ohio
Skidmore from Conn, W Va, Ky, In, to Ohio
Bromwell from Indiana and Ohio
Bulach-Herold-Denk from Germany to Indiana
Vierling-Bockover-Yeager from Germany to Indiana
Kiessling-Wolter From Germany to Wisconsin
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|Steve Trudgeon||Edward Jones and Christean Malott - Photo Requests|
Thank you for the photos. Much appreciated.
|David Peterson||Silas Egbert|
Thanks for looking for Silas Egbert's marker. I appreciate your effort.
I'm unable to delete mine since I was not the original creator of the memorial. The person who did create it hasn't been on Find A Grave for years so i was asked if I would maintain his. I have no connection to this memorial, I'd be happy to transfer it to you or I can update it, whatever works best for you :)
|Eddie Weeks||Stratton Family|
Many thanks for the transfer. It is greatly appreciated.
|Neff Family Historical Society||Isaac Neff|
Deb, Thank you for adding the bio material to Isaac Neff's memorial. We also thank you for your contribution to Find-a-Grave. Your efforts are most appreciated. Bill Neff
|Jody Gonda||RE: Rev. Lafayette Walker|
Okay, thanks! I have an old letter from Lafayette to his cousin, dated 11 Feb 1866. If you were researching the family it might of been of interest is all.
|Jody Gonda||Rev. Lafayette Walker|
Are you researching this Walker family? If so, please contact me!
Thank you so much Deb for transferring those memorials to me! I promise to treat them well!
Thank you for the transfer of William Tingle.
I will clean up the bio. Thanks for your work!
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|Cj Hayden Swank||52557219 Rachel A Doughman|
RACHEL DOUGHMAN SCHUYLER, daughter of Jesse and Marjorie Doughman, was born August 7, 1872 and departed this life July 13, 1944, at the age of 71 years, 11 months, 6 days. On May 24, 1892, she was united in marriage to Leo Schuyler. Their home was blessed with three children, Florence, Monty, and William. Mr. Schuyler and a son Monty preceded her in death. When a small child, Mrs. Schuyler united with the Baptist church at New Hope and for the past several years has been a member of the East Baptist church
of Lebanon, which she faithfully attended until she was forced to retire on account of illness. Besides her two children, Florence Elizabeth and William Schuyler, of Lebanon, she is survived by seven grandchildren, two of whom are serving in the armed forces, seven great-grandchildren, two brothers, William of Newtonville, Clifford of Dayton, and a host of relatives and friends. Source: Warren County Genealogical Society
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