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Roger Rhoads (#47125116)
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Bio Photo Am a retired plastics engineer living near Cleveland, OH. Am the primary researcher on the Rhodes/Rhoades/Rhoads/Roades families who originated in Bedford Co., PA. Three brothers came to Montgomery Co., OH (Dayton area) in 1810. Descendants moved west to Darke and Miami Co., OH and to Rush, Henry, Cass, Fulton Co., IN, and onward. Also the Frederick Osswald family. He immigrated to the Dayton area in 1854 with most of the families still in the area. I also do my late wife's (51 years Mason family who were primarily along the Ohio River, including Maysville, KY and Manchester, OH. Now I'm working on my new wife's line that is Hungarian and Italian.
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PassingTime
RE: Clara Rhoades
I have not found memorials for Henry and Makala Fry Besecker as of yet.
Added by PassingTime on Dec 31, 2014 2:39 PM
Bob & Donna Werner
RE: George Washington Rhodes
Roger, his name does appear in the web-site roster. A Pvt. in Company A. Possibly the lure of a bounty that would help him raise his family was too much to resist?
Added by Bob & Donna Werner on Nov 20, 2014 5:18 PM
Bob & Donna Werner
George Washington. Rhodes
Roger, a little note regarding George; he volunteered for and was mustered into the 104th Ohio Infantry 8/9/1862, age 29. He served with his unit in Covington and Danville, Kentucky and may have been en-route to Knoxville. The roster does not give particulars, but he mustered out 8/17/1863 at Camp Dennison on the surgeon's certificate of disability.
Added by Bob & Donna Werner on Nov 17, 2014 5:47 PM
Bill Krebs
James E Gillespie
Saw your work on James E Gillespie in the Germantown Cemetery. Are you related to him?
Bill Krebs
Added by Bill Krebs on Oct 10, 2014 5:16 PM
Mary Flaningam
Edwin F. Reddick
Dear Contributor: Have you had an opportunity to add the additional information for Edwin F. Reddick? Thank you, Mary Jane Flaningam
Added by Mary Flaningam on Jul 26, 2014 9:22 AM
Julianna Barnes
Weldy
Thank you for adding my ancestors Christian, Joseph & Mary, Christian, Melindal.
Added by Julianna Barnes on Jul 25, 2014 8:31 PM
Roger W. Rhodes
RE: Bertha Klinger
I didn't notice it until someone else brought it to my attention. Sorry, Rog. :-) rr
Added by Roger W. Rhodes on May 30, 2014 10:54 AM
Roger W. Rhodes
Bertha Klinger
We have a memorial created for Bertha Klingler which is the correct spelling of her name. Can you delete yours? Thx. Roger Rhodes
Added by Roger W. Rhodes on May 26, 2014 5:08 AM
Zella
Rhodes
Oh - that George Rhodes. LOL, I actually sent the original info in 2009, but re-sent it when I was going thru some old SACs. That is why it didn't ring a bell in my memory. No, not related - I just do a lot of photographing in that cemetery, so if the grave is already added, I always try to send the Section information. Oh, BTW, there is a specific place to add in the Section # - if you look down the memorial you will see "Plot Info" with "edit plot" after it - that is where you add in the Section and lot info, rather than in the bio.

Thanks,

Zella
Added by Zella on Feb 15, 2014 6:46 PM
Zella
RE: Ms. Sarah Rhodes Grave
I am not sure which Sarah Rhodes you were referring to?

Zella
Added by Zella on Feb 10, 2014 9:00 PM
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