|Eric Flint (#47065981)|
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I was born in Paulding County, Ohio and have lived there for 33 of my 40 years. I am the father of a step-daughter, a daughter and a son.|
If I have created a memorial for a relative of yours, I will gladly transfer it to you.
If I have added a picture for a photo request that you have placed, then the photo is yours to use how you wish.
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|Don Oberlin||Robert T Parry|
Thanks for the correction on the spelling of Robert T Parry. There are other Perrys buried there and I wonder if this may be either a variation or a miss-spelling of that name?
|Jill||Oswalt in Clark Cemetery|
Thank you Eric...you must have needed a magnifying glass to find this one!!!! Jill MacRae
Added by Jill on Oct 11, 2013 7:10 AM
|Paul Everitt||Melancthon & Lee Everitt|
Eric, Thanks for the transfers and for all the work you did in finding their sites. Lank had been "lost" to the family for 106 years.
|MGirardin||Damien Siler photos|
Thank you for the wonderful photos!! The close up shot is fantastic!
|Zeedyke||Forest C Hanna|
Thanks for the transfer!!
Added by Zeedyke on Aug 09, 2013 7:29 PM
|George DeKay||Orley Crary|
Thank you for your time and effort in
providing stone photos for this memorial.
|Chuck X||Graper Transfers|
Thanks so much for the transfers, Eric.
It appears all of the Grapers in Riverview are related. Several are the children of John D. Graper.
I overlooked one of the sons, Frederic Graper, # 113809541 ...Could you be kind enough to transfer that one also ?
I'll send along the Children links via the tab after I sort them all out. I know several are John D.'s children from the 1870 & 1880 census.
Thanks again for helping..Means a lot.
Added by Chuck X on Aug 02, 2013 12:58 AM
|Chuck X||Grapers in Riverside, Defiance Ohio|
I'm pleased that you have posted the burial spots of Konrad Henry Graper # 112727112 and his wife, Catharine [Diedrich] Graper # 113809669 ...They are direct ancestors of my late wife. We had been searching for them for nearly 30 years.
Konrad and Catherine were immigrants, coming through the port of New York in 1838 with their 5 children. We knew the family wound up in Ohio, in the Butler County area, but the trail had gone cold as to what became of the parents. One son, Henry Ferdinand Graper, wound up in Indiana, and was also my late wife's direct ancestor.
I also saw that two of their other sons, Christian Conrad Graper # 112727404 and John Diedrich Graper # 112727160 are also in Riverside Cemetery.
If you have no objections, could you transfer these 4 memorials to me ? I would like to fill in the dates, places, and biographical information of which I know. Their youngest son, William Friedrick Graper, died in the Civil War in 1864.
My Member # is 47573182
Thanks so much for uncovering this mystery !
Added by Chuck X on Jul 30, 2013 12:55 AM
|Art Block||Ralph Luderman|
Thanks much for the photo!
|Tina Micheal Ruse||Orlando McCauley|
Thank you very much for getting this picture!
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