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Craig English (#47277006)
 member for 6 years, 4 months, 4 days
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Bio Photo I started out taking photos of the graves of family and distant relatives but have migrated into working on some cemeteries in northeastern Ohio. I like to manage the memorials of my relatives but more than two thirds of my work is outside that group. Please let me know if you have an interest in managing any memorial I have posted. I would be glad to add information if you care to share.

If you have taken a photo that is better than the one I have posted, feel free to post yours and drop me a message so I can remove mine.
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 • 3,553 Memorials Added
 • 3,559 Memorials Managed
 • 11 Memorials/Week
 • 4,141 Photos
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James
RE: Siegfried
Sorry for the delay. I had major computer issues. If you make them I will add the photos.

James
Added by James on Aug 22, 2016 3:19 PM
Mark Stickle
Slaughter family (Ohio/Iowa)
Just a note to thank you for your well-documented and thorough work. My 3rd great grandfather, Thompson Stickle (b. 1818) was raised by a man named Adin Sluaghter after his own parents died (or abandoned him) at a "young age." Indeed, Thompson memorialized his connection to the Slaughter family by naming his own 1st born child Adin Slaughter Stickle. Thompson was reared in east central Ohio (likely Guernsey, Coshocton, or Muskingum counties). Apparently many (but not all) of the Slaughters who lived in central Ohio migrated further west to Iowa in the pre-Civil War years.

I've recently had a Y-DNA test, and the results make more more interested than ever in unraveling the Stickle-Slaughter connection. Your work has been very helpful!! Many thanks.
Mark Stickle

PS. And if you have any suggestions or ideas they'd be very welcome. My email is stickle.11@osu.edu
Added by Mark Stickle on Aug 20, 2016 11:17 AM
James
RE: Siegfried
Welcome
Added by James on Aug 02, 2016 2:32 PM
John VanCamp
RE: Perry & Margaret Wolfe
I posted two new pics on the Wolfe memorials.
Added by John VanCamp on Jul 29, 2016 2:14 PM
John VanCamp
RE: Perry & Margaret Wolfe
It rained today. I'll take a couple more pics tomorrow and upload that don't have grass clippings on them.
You're welcome.
John
Added by John VanCamp on Jul 28, 2016 5:10 PM
Timeless
Vernon Hammond.
Thank you for the links to Vernon Hammond.
Added by Timeless on Jul 17, 2016 4:38 PM
Andrea Purvis
Photo
Hi Craig,

Thank you very much for getting the photo for Louis Burlin. It is nice to have a completed memorial for each family member of this branch. Thanks again
Added by Andrea Purvis on Jul 17, 2016 2:51 PM
Andrea Purvis
Burlin
Craig, Thanks for the plot information
Added by Andrea Purvis on Jul 02, 2016 6:01 PM
Andrea Purvis
Transfers
Thank you, Craig
Added by Andrea Purvis on Jul 02, 2016 2:23 PM
CDev007
Sources for Eli Beebe's Parents?
I am doing research on Eli H Beebe (1808-1883) who is the husband of Olive and is buried in Butler Co, Iowa and am wanting to know who his parents are.
I saw on the find a grave site that you created that Isaac and Olive listed as the parents of Eli. This is a pretty widely accepted fact across many websites and many family trees. Despite this though I have been unable to find any sources that show that this is firmly true.
I am trying to find sources that verify this. Do you have the sources stored somewhere. Or do you have the sources on your Ancestry.com account? Can I gain access to these records somehow?

My Ancestry username is chrisdevenport007.
Added by CDev007 on Jun 22, 2016 11:39 AM
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