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Pamela Myers-Grewell (#46882937)
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Bio Photo If you're contacting me regarding memorials I've added for Noble County, OH, please note that I have no personal ties to this area. I have photographed stones locally as a courtesy to help you find/locate your ancestors and family and represent the individuals in interim. If you are a relative of memorials I've added in Noble Co. and would like to take over maintenance, feel free to contact me and I'll gladly transfer memorial ownership to you whether within the official guidelines or not. Please remember to include your member ID in the request. :)

I will not transfer memorials of our direct ancestors.

Happy hunting!

Courtesy in Genealogy: It takes a great deal of legwork, and often financial investments, to do thorough research. If you've found information others have provided helpful, please take a moment to credit them your sources. :-)

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Jane E. Richardson
Thanks for the transfer. I will let you know if I can ever determine whether or not she was 11 years old or 44 years old at the time of death.
Added by Beeswax on Feb 25, 2015 1:02 PM
112th Infantry Regiment
I just received a first edition of the book "With the 112th in France". There are two inscriptions inside the front cover as follows:

"Presented to Harry and Jennie Hosil by E. D. Felt and Family, Dec. 25th 1919"

"From Chas. Felt's collection. Given to me by Charles"

Seeing the Felt/Hodil gravestone and the names associated I feel that Harry or one of their sons may have been in the 112th. I am not interested in a detailed genealogy but would be interested in knowing what family member was with the 112th. Based on the inscriptions this book was personally important to the family and I would like to know a bit more so I can place a page in the book with that I formation for the next owner.

Thank you.
Added by Boatbuilder on Dec 25, 2014 4:05 PM
Woodrow W Myers
Hi, my father served in WWII with Woodrow W Myers. Is he a direct descendant of yours? I've made a website to honor the guys and to tell the story of the unit. I'm always on the hunt for more photos and stories of their time in the service. The website is: and Woodrow was in B Company. I have over a hundred photos of B Company posted in their gallery and probably 600 photos total across the battalion (H&S, A, B and C Companies). My email address is posted in the contact section, drop me an email if Woodrow is in your line.

Added by Mikel on Dec 04, 2014 7:31 AM
Thomas Schenk
Ellwood Families
I would love to know how you have connected the various Ellwoods for whom you have memorials.

I'm getting back into more serious research and have been finding a good bit regarding names, date, etc. which you have place on find a grave for which I am very grateful as it reaffirms much of what I have found in the last few days.

My connection is through Virgil Ellwood, son of Franklin & Amanda (Kughler). Virgil married my 1st Cousin Emma Schenk who I was fortunate enough to meet in the late 1980s when I first began my family research.

Anyway, I do appreciate what you have done as I also like to use find a grave to memorialize people, some of whom are virtually forgotten. If you would like, you could contact me directly at

Added by Thomas Schenk on Dec 02, 2014 6:02 PM
Connection finder
transfer of memorials
First I would like to thank you for all the hard work you have done on Find A Grave. You indicated you would like to transfer the memorials you currently have. I would be willing to accept my family memorials. I am not sure how you would like to handle this as I am related to many people in Noble County. My main family is the Guiler family but I am also related to others. My name is Judy Goodrich and my ID# is 47852156. Please let me know what is the busy method of transfer for you. I can ask for a memorial one at a time each day or by the week or whatever. My e-mail address is if you would prefer to communicate that way. Judy
Added by Connection finder on Nov 22, 2014 8:41 PM
Craig English
Deborah Helms Brothers
Hi Pamela,
Thanks for letting me know about the photo. You are certainly correct and I have removed it.
Craig English
Added by Craig English on Nov 10, 2014 12:42 PM
Family Memorials
This is just a thank you for all the memorials you have created on Find A Grave. We are also related to the Clarks in Pennsylvania and your memorials have helped us in our research.

If not for people like you, researching family members would be much more difficult.

Thanks for a job well done!

Added by CherylA on Nov 09, 2014 7:32 PM
Family Memorials
This is just a thank you for all the memorials you have created on Find A Grave. We are also related to the Clarks in Pennsylvania and your memorials have helped us in our research.

If not for people like you, researching family members would be much more difficult.

Thanks for a job well done!

Added by CherylA on Nov 09, 2014 7:32 PM
J Alexander
Meyers family data
Thanks so much for the posting of various members of this family. They are part of a missing branch on the Abraham Clark, Signer of the Declaration of Independence, New Jersey. Your sound research has allowed me to make substantial additions to our genealogy of this Signer.

Jim Alexander
Added by J Alexander on Nov 06, 2014 11:46 AM
Georg Thomas
RE: Re: Williams
Hi again, Pamela,

I've posted the several obits and news articles you sent. It was so very generous of you to take the time to do it. Accordingly, I took the liberty of giving you credit, and in the case of the article about Jacob Snyder included Paul Kifer in the acknowledgement. If you would rather I not do this, I can remove them.

Also, I didn't process your suggested edit for Emira Williams' death date. In reading the obit, I saw it was copied by the Clarion Democrat from the Oil City Derrick on Wednesday (April 20th), which would have been the following week. In order to figure that out I did an online search for an April 1893 calendar. Unfortunately, my first reading of the account had missed that she actually died the previous Thursday (April 13th) morning, hence the April 12th date. I have now changed the date from the 12th to the 13th. As the obit reads, the funeral was held that very night, with the trip to Clarion County the next day. I'm not thinking they bothered to have her embalmed. And, since the story in The Democrat was the following Wednesday, it's reasonable to assume the editor inserted the word "Friday" in place of what may well have been "today." I searched the Oil City Derrick on Ancestry for the original article, but the only issue online for April 1893 is April 1st.

Again, many thanks for your help!



Added by Georg Thomas on Nov 05, 2014 5:27 PM
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