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I've been doing genealogy about 30 years. I've found that cemetery information, although not always right it sure can lead to some great leads.|
Family names I am working on
Shaw, Waldren, Moore, Henderson & Knox from Vinton County, Ohio;
Haynam from Stark, Carroll & Columbiana Counties, Ohio;
Reid & Banta from Preble County, OH.
Indiana - Mason, Reid, Sturgeon, & Headington from Jay County, Indiana
Massachusetts - Kenney, Redden, Gibson,
New Hampshire - Boynton, Hopkins
Nova Scotia - Kinney, Letteney, Sabean, Warne, Doty & Prime from Digby County;
Redden & Trenholm from Kings County, N.S.
Vermont - Perry, Hopkins & Gibson from Windsor County, VT.
Also working on Cox, Carter, Price, Mourn, Hartman & Foughty in Athens County, Ohio.
I live in south western Ohio and can get over to parts of Indiana also. I'm glad to help when I can, in the mean time I am trying to input information from the cemeteries in my area.
Please contact me for corrections or doubles. I will gladly transfer memorials.
The chair in the photo is located in the Fletcher Cemetery, Fletcher, Ohio. It is under the name of Margaret Duncan look at the other stones she and her husband James Duncan have - no I don't know them but I love the chair!! I like the thought of being comfortable at the cemetery.
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|Sally Heys||Thanks again for the transfer of Wilbur Havlin|
Many Thanks for the transfer of Wilbur Havlin!!
You are a great help to those of us trying to piece together the family history! Love, Sally
|Sally Heys||Thanks for the transfer of Thelma Havlin|
Thanks so much for all you do in findagrave! Warm Regards, Sally
|Christine.David||John Melvin Ricketts|
Thanks for updating his page and adding family links!
|Sue Ann (Thomas) Sowers||TerryBruce Knox|
Could you please add Terry Bruce Knox #120839635 to his father Rev. Carl Knox #22385583. I attended school of both his boys. Thank you.
|SteveDM||Pennell's at Senecaville|
I added 4 Pennell's that are buried at Senecaville Cemetery. If they are in your search I would be happy to transfer them to you. They are : Andrew (1895-1951) Clara (1886-1965) Everett (1909-1988)and Ida (1911-2002)
Added by SteveDM on Feb 25, 2014 5:12 PM
You are more than welcome to use the pictures and it's was pretty cold yesterday when I went to Senecaville but they are calling for more sub-zero weather and snow in the area. To tell you the truth I've got what they call Cabin Fever, this winter has been long, cold and snowy.
Added by SteveDM on Feb 25, 2014 4:11 PM
|Julie Knox/Graves-Birkhimer||Transfer request|
Martin Luther Knox # 73139949
Would you mind transferring Martin and Lydia to me unless they are in your direct line? If they are, then disregard! :) Thanks!! :)
|History Hunter||Leser Arnett|
Thanks for the family transfer.
You are greatly appreciated.
|K7PBY||Robert D. Miller|
Greetings Lulabell, with my thanks I have found yet another of the passengers who were with my cousin in 1944. You have an image for the marker of Robert Dale Miller and I would like to ask about uploading this image onto the Ancestry page in his honor. While in the US Navy, Robert was aboard a transport plane that had flown across the Coral Sea and was on it's way over the jungle and forest of New Guinea. There were 17 aboard this flight to the growing allied base on MANUS Island. Their plane never arrived and although regular channels made notice to the families after the war, no wreckage was ever found. This transport plane was located in 1970, more than 25-years after they crashed! After more than 2-years, teams were able to survey the site. When it was spotted in 1970, search crews were looking for a civilian plane. Later this year, I intend to commemorate the 70th anniversary of this crash by sending a custom-designed flag to the nearby airport and have them raise it in their honor. Copies of this flag will be sent to the families as a memorial since none of the families ever knew actually knew where the plane had come to rest. Thank you for supporting this Find A Grave program and I will note the website for you.
Added by K7PBY on Feb 10, 2014 2:33 PM
|Genea ||Re: Ralph W. Smith|
concerning My Grandfather.. His birthdate is October 10th 1914 he was born in Richmond, wayne county, Indiana. Also he was married to Catherine Lopresti Riggs first then Mildred second. His daughter (My Mom) Gloria Jean (Smith) Holford her memorial # is 30684608 in case you would like to add this info on to his memorial. Thank You~ Genea
Added by Genea on Feb 09, 2014 3:07 PM
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