|Carol S (#46785739)|
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I just love genealogy. I got hooked several years ago. I just love walking cemeteries. Many old stones are gorgeous. I just love a good mystery to solve. Many time answers are just awaiting me. I just have to keep my eyes open. |
I add other stones that I see in my treks in hope of helping others. If I have added one of your family, I'd be happy to transfer "management" of the memorial to you. Just let me know. Please use the edit tab on the memorial to do so. That way, I can make sure that I am transferring the correct monument. If you notice any errors, please let me know via the edit tab and I will make the corrections. Thanks. Please be patient with me about the edits that are sent automatically. I do try to keep up with them. Sometimes I do forget to check.
I lived in Green Township, a Cincinnati suburb for many years. I walked many of the cemeteries in Hamilton County, Ohio and Campbell & Kenton Counties in Kentucky. I currently live in Whitefish, Montana.
I walk cemeteries in Flathead County now.
Ohio: Trame, Bender, Kuntz, Sudbeck
Campbell Co, Kentucky: Saner, Klump, Jörger, Yeager, Federle, Steffen, Saelinger
My husband's lines are: Sanman, Jacobs, Curley, Remare, Wittman
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|Keith Pollock||Adaline Yunck|
Hi Carol, thanks for the great photos of the Yunck Family plot including Adaline and Phillip, it's very much appreciated, Keith
Thank you so much for taking a picture. I certainly appreciate it.
|William Lafayte Jones III||Pictures|
I just wanted to thank you for taking the photographs of my great grandparents headstones in Conrad memorial cemetery, John Griffin and Maria Baker.
|Joanne Mello||RE: John V. Smith|
I have the cemetery book for Crosby and Whitewater township cemeteries and it says Civil War Veteran also. I can't tell if the tombstone shows "Civil War Veteran" or not. Too hard to read.
Thanks for your reply.
|Joanne Mello||John V. Smith|
Can I assume "Civil War Veteran" is engraved on his tombstone? Or is there some other record of his service?
John V. Smith
Civil War veteran
New Haven Cemetery
Plot: Lot 44, Grave 7
|Rob||RE: Margaret Bismarck|
Yeah, they were legible. But, I just can't remember!!!
It looks like it says 1820 - 1910, but I think I'll just stop by and look again. Of course, I can't find SQUAT on Familysearch.org. I suppose I can go into the office and get a look at the card.
I'll see if I can get by there this week.
Added by Rob on Jul 26, 2015 9:11 PM
|Kerry Rae Smith Moser||RE: Mary Jacobs|
|Joseph||St Stephen Cemetery - Kammerer|
Thank you for the photos of the location where my relatives are buried.
Added by Joseph on May 11, 2015 7:53 PM
|Gary Monigold||RE: Christina Sanman|
You are very welcome Carol. I'm just glad that I could help in some way. Enjoy your day!
|Todd Whitesides||RE: Bernard Trame|
I wish I had the source at my disposal now. I came across it in some notes I was keeping because I am working on one of your ancestor's business partners. Take a look at my memorial for Bernard Holters (1823-1878). I'll try to locate where I obtained the birthplace and send it your way.
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