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Sue McClurg Fischer (#47101352)
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Geron Michael
Elisabeth Valentine
Found her stone today. With help tomorrow will put her back standing in the ground. Mike
Added by Geron Michael on Jun 09, 2016 11:15 AM
Geron Michael
John Henry Valentine
The above is buried in Zion cemetery, Pickaway county. I have yet to find the stone but his burial is verified by the 1936 readings of stones done by the DAR, I am trying to restore this pioneer cemetery.
Added by Geron Michael on Jun 03, 2016 12:15 PM
James Mayfield
Michael Krout Photo Request

I took a close up of Michael Krout's stone, but the dates are still hard to read. I think that is the best it'll get.

Best Regards,

Added by James Mayfield on May 13, 2015 9:18 AM
RE: Peter Gartner
You're welcome. The Old cemetery is off of 82 Old Church Lane to the North East of the Church. It took me a few minutes to find it because it's not adjacent to the church. It appears to be under reconstruction. Some of the tablets have been cleaned and are laying on the ground.
Added by SWHendricks on Mar 25, 2015 6:49 AM
B.J. Waters
RE: Rufus and Sarah Weir Goodrich
Hi Sue. The names on the headstones to the left (north) of William McDonald are Edward and Emma Downie. The two stones to the right (south) of Rufus Goodrich are Harry Ricketts and Rhoda Hamilton. Three out of four already had memorials; I just added photos.

There were no other Goodriches or McDonalds anywhere nearby, and no stones that are just in reference to infants.

If you need anything else, just let me know.

Best regards,
Added by B.J. Waters on Feb 22, 2015 9:37 PM
B.J. Waters
RE: Rufus and Sarah Weir Goodrich
Sue, please do not feel bad. You did not intrude. Coming here to Find A Grave is good therapy. "Let not your heart be troubled." My mom lived a good, long, mostly healthy life and she did not suffer in the end. I was at her side for the last 48 hours of her life, and her passing was peaceful. I even created a memorial for her on the following day (see #142665845). I will add more of a bio to it later, as well as more photos.

Thank you for your kind words.

Best regards,
Added by B.J. Waters on Feb 20, 2015 9:50 PM
B.J. Waters
RE: Rufus and Sarah Weir Goodrich
Sue, I have bad news. My mom passed away on the 14th. She had suffered a stroke and hung on for two weeks, but it was just too much for her tired body to recover from. She was 83. Her services are pending and her cremated remains will go into the old Inglewood Mausoleum. I'm doing okay; actually better than I thought under these circumstances. My mom had made it easy by filling out an advance directive regarding medical decisions. So there was no guessing as to what her wishes were, if she were to become incapacitated. And we had already purchased the niche; there were no extensive plans to stress over in a time of grief.

Now, as for your assignment; obviously I wasn't at the cemetery on the day I told you I would go back and look. I do plan on being there tomorrow. I'll let you know what I find out.

Best regards,
Added by B.J. Waters on Feb 20, 2015 5:56 PM
B.J. Waters
RE: Rufus and Sarah Weir Goodrich
Hi Sue! You're certainly welcome for the photos. It is always a pleasure to find other family members buried nearby. On this occasion, I did not photograph the stones next to them. Sometimes, if I have time, I do photograph surrounding stones to see if they might be family. Other factors would include similarity in the style of headstone, etc. But sometimes the other stones are overgrown with grass, half buried or otherwise very dirty and if they aren't the same surname, I don't bother to do them. If I have a list of 20 names to do, it can take most of the day to find them, clean them and photograph them. Unfortunately, I usually only have Saturdays to accomplish this! That being said, I can put this on my list to go and take a look next week, and photograph the surrounding stones and report back to you. Okay?

My mom is in the hospital as of today, and so if I don't get to it this Saturday, it might be the following (the 14th) before I go back.

I appreciate your patience!

Take care,
Added by B.J. Waters on Feb 02, 2015 12:39 AM
John Holle
RE: Wallace O and Joanna Bowers
You are welcome.
Their daughter Audrey's grave was next to Wallace and Joanna's grave so I got a photo for her too.
Added by John Holle on Jul 18, 2014 6:05 PM
Kyle Myers
RE: Eileen Hanby #50049892

Like you I couldn't find anything on Eileen. There was an Aileen Hanby who was born and died in 1929. According to the death certificate she only lived a day, but it seems too much of coincidence. It doesn't mention it on the certificate, but I did find that Clarence and Alice Buchanan Hanby had a daughter born on that day.

I corrected the entry on Elmer Hanby. The date on his marker was actually his birth date. He's also the son of Clarence and Alice.

I'll keep looking and let you know what I find.

Added by Kyle Myers on Jun 03, 2014 10:19 AM
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