While posting my family tree, I've also set up some memorials for people who aren't in my family. If you find a relative among them and want a transfer, please let me know. I think family members usually do the best job of tending to the memorials.
Richard Hollingshead? A twenty year difference does seem odd but I know she changed her name to Hollingshead on social security in the early 70's and I also have a marriage certificate, early 70's of a Richard John Hollingshead and Cecil Rose Hebner. I haven't found anything more to support the action that that so I'll keep looking at let you know if I find something.
Struble I was working on his family in WikiTree and found his find a grave memorial. (actually found his obituary during a search for someone in my family.) Thanks, though, it was nice of you to offer.
RE: Benjamin Frank Leaman Thank-you Sharon!! My grandfather, Donald C Hoover was married to Elsie L. Hoover. Elsie, his first wife, died due to a cerebral hemorrhage at an early age (26-27 years old) (1911). They lived in Columbus, Ohio where I live. Elsie and her mother and her husband are buried at Green Lawn Cemetery in Columbus Ohio. It's rather odd, but I wasn't even aware that my grandfather was previously married. He remarried after Elsie died. My biological grandmother is Doris A. Hoover-Weber. I assume Donald Hoover and Elsie did not have any children...or at least I'm not aware of any.
RE: Peter Lanning? There is no record of a grave for Peter Lanning. I did not locate such a stone when doing my research. This cemetery is in very, very poor condition with many stones literally buried under dirt, sod and weeds. I "dug up" a few, but probably not all the stones.