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|Martha Hallett||Harry Maiden|
Added picture for Harry to memorial page.
|J Longerbone||RE: Charles M. Maiden|
|J||C W Montgomer|
he is linked to parents.
Added by J on Jun 16, 2011 7:18 AM
|Leona Gustafson||RE: James O. and Orpha/Orphia Nash|
You're very welcome!! And thank you !
|Lynne Adams Dalius||RE: Nellie S. Lochard|
You are very welcome. Have a great day.
|Dave Davisson||Anna Caroline Knox Tatman lot number|
Sorry, she is in Section 92, space 47. This is a single lot section, so she is in second row from the southern edge of this section, sixth space west from the road.
|Dave Davisson||Anna Caroline Knox Tatman|
Hi, Rusty. Sady Anna's grave is unmarked. I posted a picture of the lot including the person's stone that is south of Anna's lot in case you wished to look for it. Here's a little other info not posted on her page at the moment:
Born in Chillicothe, Ohio, daughter of James Allen & Flora Louisa (Rowland) Knox. Her parents were laid to rest in Sunset Cemetery. Anna married George Uhrig on 09 Oct 1898 in Columbus, Ohio, and they had at least seven children.They mostly lived in Columbus, but also at Bucyrus for a while and by 1920 were in Chillicothe. Not sure if George died or if they divorced. She married secondly at Newport, Kentucky on 10 Jan 1921 Thomas Tatman. The latter died in 1940 in Columbus, and was laid to rest in Glen Rest Cemetery. If the family would like to have a stone placed, I heartily recommend Mike Wiley, he is very helpful and friendly and can do it even if famliy can;t get to Columbus easily to make arrangements. He can be reached at the Green Lawn office or through their web site. If you think having a picture of grass rather than a monument is a bad idea I will be glad to delete, too.
|Christine Smith Romans||RE: Helen and Ruth Townsend-Stoneburner|
Again, you are welcome. :-)
|Christine Smith Romans||RE: George W. and Ella C. Jacobs|
You are more than welcome, I enjoyed being able to help!
|Brent Nimmo||Obetz Cemetery|
George is in
Section 12 lot 68 grave 1
Section 12 lot 68 grave 2
Section 12 lot 45 grave 6
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