|Ralph Hammond-Green (#47387257)|
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|I am originally from Hiram, Ohio. Most of my ancesters and many of my relatives are in NE Ohio.|
My sister Margaret is assisting me with pictures.
My main searches are for the ancestors & descendants of my eight great-grandparents: Green, Green, Marquette, Clyne, Lawrence/Hogbin, Ford, Leavenworth & Harper.
Many thanks for the help from contributors & photo takers. That collaborative effort is what makes Find-a-Grave the valuable site it is.
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|Thelma Dickinson Moye||Beryl Gotham|
Yes, would like to have the death cert. posted or sent which ever is easiest for you, Thank you
|Debra A. Felger||Freeman Bailey|
Thank you very much for the transfer. I appreciate it.
for the Ellison transfers :-)
Added by ProgBase on Nov 22, 2014 9:32 AM
Yes, thank you, I have seen that death certificate for Baily Sutton Dean, my G.G. grandfather.
Apparently Bailey was a very interesting man. My father and uncle used to talk about him a lot. Bailey grew up on a dairy farm in Canfield, OH. Grandson of Samuel Hayden,one of the founders of Hiram College (back when it was the "Eclectic Institute"). He (Bailey)attended the Institute during the Civil War and was later a Disciples preacher and then history professor at Hiram for many many years. He was actually acting president of the college for about a year while they were looking for a new president. The dormitory Dean Hall is named after him.
I visited his grave in Fairview Cemetery in Hiram a few years ago. I had heard about Hiram my whole life (Hiram was always a big deal in my father's family), but that was the first time I was ever there(I was in Canton on business and made a short side trip). Very beautiful. Both the cemetery and the city. Nice campus.
Four simple stones (Bailey, his wife and their two grown children) at the top of a small hill. There is a big shade tree over Bailey's grave with large roots that seem to spring directly from the graves of Bailey and his wife Emma Johnson Dean (an art teacher at Hiram. My family has lots of ties to the Eclectic Institute and the early days of Hiram College).
I like to think that some of the molecules from Bailey and Emma are in that tree. It' my own family tree. Literally. It's pretty twisted and gnarly (the tree), but that's family for 'ya.
|john kyle||RE: George N Bissell|
|Jon Reeves||RE: # 85422684 - Daisy Hendrie|
Yeah -- the one on the left that's fully in the picture is Rachelann Parmenter; the one on the right is Rae Lorenze.
|Beth Bush||Arlyn Hettinge|
Did you notice the month of birth discrepancy?
|Tom||RE: Returned e-mail|
Sorry I just seen your request I have changed my
Something happen to my yahoo & face book.
Added by Tom on Nov 13, 2014 4:07 PM
|Beth Bush||Hettinger Stone - Aurora Cemetery|
The Hettinger stone was next to Arlyne's. If you don't want it on her site, let me know.
|Richard Culler||Paul & Melva (Culler) Wilson|
Thank you so much for the transfer!!
Take Care, Richard
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