Please be nice - as the person who puts in any number of edits, fixes and interments, I do so out of the love in my heart. . . mostly for family and friends. . .but I also do it as voluntary part of my JOB.
If what you are asking for is part of my family, a project I am currently working on or part of a close friends family, I will not transfer it to you.
I do not include ALL information for the interment if there is a Death certificate, a headstone or an obit included with the interment. I will happily take the time to add parents and spouses as requested.
If the people you are searching for are from Muskingum and surrounding counties in Ohio, you may find copies of obits here:
Muskingum Co Chapter OGS Post Office Box 2427 Zanesville, OH 43702-2427
Harrison Shumate The father and mother of Harrison Shumate were John Shumate and Sarah Sally Milbourn Shumate. See Green Shumate info.
Rachel Gibson married a John Shumate but they remained in Virginia and appear in the 1850 census. I have a copy of their marriage document and that of John Shumate and Sarah Sally Milbourn and they are not the same.
Green(e) Shumate Green Shumate b. 21 Feb 1812 d. 21 Apr 1890 in Compton, Carroll, MO.He was proceeded in death by his wife Elizabeth Rose SHUMATE, b. 1813 d. 13 Dec 1884 in Little Compton, Carroll County MO.
Green was the son of John SHUMATE and Sarah Sally MILBOURN (who did not die in 1808 in childbirth). Green was the recipient of a land transfer from John Shumate and Sally Shumate in 1836 witnessed by his brother Parkason. There is more documentation available.
Green's mother was NOT Sarah Wolfenbarger who married John Shoemaker (Shumaker) in 1808 in Greenbriar County, VA. The Shumakers moved to Knox County, IL where they had 6 children. John Shumaker died in 1859 and Sarah Wolfenbarger Shumaker died in 1869 both in Knox County. IL. per the book "Portrait and Biographical Album of Knox County, IL" and other documentation.
RE: William L. Bricker I agree. What I believe is incorrect is which John Bricker and Ann Beelman are William's parents. Note how old Ann and John would've been when William was born. There is another John (W) Bricker and Ann Beelman that were married in 1860 that I believe are William's parents.
RE: Ollie parkinson Jones I Added the Photo of Basil and Lou Mann. The last time I saw them was in 1956 when my Mother Beatrice May Jones,Klies,Kronenbitter passed, Daughter of Ollie May Parkinson. I also added that photo of Sgt. Joseph B. Parkinson he was killed in action September 07,1863 Fort Wagner S.C. Information was obtained from Ancestry.com. I'm still looking for more photos. I was the Baby of the Family and most everyone passed before I could find out any of information.
George Phillip Snyder Do you by any chance have a 1850 census for Phillip Snyder (81987712)? I have tried looking for him in Tuscarawas County and also for his daughter, Celecta; but no luck locating either one of them.
Deborah Lynn Love Deborah Lynn Love, 40 of Warsaw died on Sunday January 11, 2009 at her residence. She was born on October 18, 1968 to Earl and Mary Moody Church. She was a graduate of Zanesville High School, a member of Trinity Full Gospel Church and was a homemaker. In addition to her parents she is survived by three sons: Andrew Love Jr. of Newcomerstown, Caleb Love of Warsaw and Isaac Love of Warsaw. One daughter: Fawn (Jamie) Dorsey of Coshocton. One brother: Michael Church of Zanesville, two grandchildren: Colton James Dorsey of Coshocton and Chloe Jo Love of Newcomerstown. Visitation will be from 2 - 4 and 6 - 8 PM on Tuesday January 13, 2009 at The Snouffer Funeral Home 1150 W. Military Road Zanesville. Funeral Services will be held at the Trinity Full Gospel Church 535 Munson Ave. Zanesville with Pastor Terry Rowland officiating.
RE: Mary A. Mundell Lewis Hi, Tricia - I think you just didn't realize "who" I am - we've talked before. If I remember correctly, you descend from Della Alzina McDonald Milhoan - and I descend from her sister, Mary Elizabeth McDonald Frazier. :-)
RE: Mary J. Pherson You're welcome! This stone is in the section across the lane from the mausoleum. I think it was close to the middle. I found two requests in that section so I am not sure which one is which right now. The stone is in row four.