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Kay Beucler (#47544217)
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Bio Photo Family history has always been an important part of my life thanks to the interest of both of my parents. I also enjoy photographing cemeteries to create a record for future generations.

If you have any questions about the cemeteries I entered from a transcription, please contact me. I will gladly answer any questions, or verify any information I have entered. Typos and duplications can occur, even with the best intentions. If found, please let me know.

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Steven Lake
RE: Multiple Frederick Vernier's
I found two copies of birth record for August which name father as George F. Vernier, mother as C. Seigneur in German tsp, Fulton, Ohio (where they were married). (original image could be either "F" or "H") Could "F" stand for Frederick and could Frederick be the name George used in later life? Could the name George be the key to finding sources for Fred before 1870? Interesting theory to pursue, but for now I have to call it a day.
Added by Steven Lake on Mar 25, 2015 11:34 PM
Steven Lake
RE: Multiple Frederick Vernier's
Thank you for being gracious. I was worried I might still be confusing the records. FamilySearch.org had the two families intertwined and it was very difficult straightening them out over there. Once that was done, I had no doubts on the F.a.G side. I'll let you know when the edit is accepted.
Even the power of collaboration on FamilySearch hasn't cracked the Fredrick Vernier brickwall. Yet. It will happen. I found Fred's war service record, Fred and Catherine's marriage record of 1865, their census records in 1870 and 1880. (you probably know that in 1870 the family is named Warner) So, the burial record makes five sources. Catherine is in the 1900 and 1910 census' that give her seven. Have you looked on the immigration/naturalization side? The 1870 census image is held by Ancestry, so I only have the transcription on FS, the original may have some clues to their past. Sorry I couldn't be more help or have better answers.
Added by Steven Lake on Mar 25, 2015 10:38 PM
Steven Lake
Multiple Frederick Vernier's
Just a heads up. I am trying to clear up some confusion over two Fred's.

Frederic J. Vernier Memorial# 72401032
This one with middle inital "J" was born 1834 in France and died 1913 in Williams county, Ohio. I have attached a photo of this one's death certificate. The 1900 and 1910 US Census show Fred J, wife Susan and son Julius. I have found a birth record for their daughter, Eliza 1875, but no earlier census. It appears they only had two children.

Fredrick Vernier Memorial# 69714189
There is another Fred with no middle initial who was born 1833 in France and died 1881 in Nemaha county, Nebraska. In the 1870 US Census this family is living in German tsp, Fulton county, Ohio and in 1880 is in Nemaha county, Nebraska. Wife's name is Catherine and five children are Sophia, Mary, August, Adell and Jane Jennie.

Jane was connected to the wrong Fred and I requested a change. Similar error in FamiySearch.org has been corrected. Jane is my mother's aunt. Let me know if you have any questions.
Added by Steven Lake on Mar 25, 2015 3:29 PM
Aprilmarie
RE: Duplicate photo
Ok, yes if you'd delete the one that isn't as close up I'd appreciate it.
Added by Aprilmarie on Feb 15, 2015 6:18 PM
Tammy M.
93714211
I added a bio in the picture of this person. I am doing research on my family and found this bio sketch. I am interested in the Bush, Fisher and Reams, and the Thomas families of Williams county Ohio, as I am related to them.
Added by Tammy M. on Feb 13, 2015 7:40 AM
TRisser
RE: Madie Cottrell, Hicksville, OH
Thank you! Tammy
Added by TRisser on Feb 07, 2015 4:30 PM
TRisser
Madie Cottrell
Also, the picture mentioned in the previous message states that Madie was 7 years old in someone's handwriting. Maybe 1882 was her birth year? I also put in for a photo request of her grave. Thanks again!
Added by TRisser on Feb 04, 2015 1:23 PM
TRisser
Madie Cottrell, Hicksville, OH
Hi, I was just on EBAY and there is a memorial picture of Madie Cottrell listed under "Post-Mortem Cabinet Photo". I don't know if she is an ancestor of yours, or if you know of someone that is, but I thought someone might want to at least see it. I looked her up and she is in the main cemetery in Hicksville on Find A Grave and you posted the memorial. This probably doesn't sound strange to genealogists, I'd love to locate photos of my own ancestors. When I see a photo that is identified, I like to make an effort to see it go to someone who is attached to it in a personal way. Thanks!
Added by TRisser on Feb 04, 2015 1:17 PM
Andrew "Andy" Geesey
RE: Richer Headstone Photo
Thanks for your reply
Added by Andrew "Andy" Geesey on Feb 03, 2015 4:12 PM
Andrew "Andy" Geesey
Richer Headstone Photo
Hello, I've been doing some research on Moses Richer (89005018). I appreciate you adding the memorial and am wondering if a headstone photo exist that I can use in my research.

Thanks
Added by Andrew "Andy" Geesey on Feb 03, 2015 12:53 PM
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