|Smilydino||Fredrick Donald Mark|
Thanks for correcting the previous owners mistake. I'm remiss in not having checked it sooner.
Fred was my 3rd cousin 2x removed, so I guess that makes us VERY shirt tail relatives.
|D DeWitt||Horace Smith|
Thanks so much
Thanks to you we have found both of them!
Added by D DeWitt on Nov 20, 2015 8:04 PM
|HistorySeeker||RE: John Wallace biography #40667010|
You are welcome. How are you related? I am a descendant as well
|Tom Jennings||RE: Samuel Dunsmore Wallace|
I got the obituary from Mary Wallace Benton. Are you related to her?
|Dee Dee Egan-Strombeck||Dodge|
I'd be glad to, I need memorial numbers for both
|Carol ||Photo for Col. Andries De Witt|
Dear Madonna; Thank you so much for the photo of the Andries De Witt headstone. I appreciate it very much!
Added by Carol on May 23, 2014 8:55 AM
|Smilydino||RE: Lenore Wernli|
I'll see what I can find. Sorry about Carrie. Immediately after emailing you I realized you must know about Carrie.
|Cecelia McKeig||Ole Ulve|
I have searched the area in Greenwood Cemetery for Ole Ulve's personal stone but so far I have only found the family stone. I will continue to look.
|Rachel Conley||RE: Archer Cemetery in Fayette Co. Ohio|
Thank you so much for the reply. I looked up the coordinates on Google and could see the plot in the middle of the field. Of course it couldn't be right off the road because that would be way too easy. I will definitely contact the Historical and Genealogy society's to see if I can ask permission to tromp through the property before hand and if I can find it, I will photograph the bajeebers out of it and any stones I can find. Thanks again!
|Rachel Conley||Archer Cemetery in Fayette Co. Ohio|
Hi there. I am planning to visit Archer Cemetery later this year and I noticed you had posted a picture of one of the stones. I've been looking at the location of the cemetery on google maps and I can't see anything that resembles a cemetery, just a field. Is this cemetery in a field that is accessible to people? Or is it on someone's land? Any help you can offer would be most appreciated.
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