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dhintx (#47160808)
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Bio Photo Retired and have decided to share the wealth of info gleaned over the past 50yrs. After two hard-drive failures, I've decided to convert most of my notebooks to the website and just recently found the website and have been converted! My first day searching and I found my long-lost Uncle Edwin's final resting place in Texarkana.

Researching -
Canfield & Creas(s)er in Dearborn Co, Indiana

Pruden, Herrell, Keisling in Anderson & Knox Counties in Tennessee

Price & Galaway in Gallia, Jackson & Meigs Counties in Ohio

Harwood, Turner, French, Gillespie in Hillsdale Co, Michigan

Myers, Ries, Kyser, Feasel in Wood Co, Ohio

Family trees on -
- Canfield
- Creaser
- Harrell/Herrell
- Harwood
- Horsley
- Keisling
- Pruden

I welcome contacts when anyone researching these families.

Happy hunting to us all!

Donna Creaser Harwood
San Antonio, Texas
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William was the first husband of my great grandmother, Mary Ellen Chenoweth. If you do not mind, please transfer him to me.

They had a daughter, Chloe (1887-1888). My cousin and I plan to go the Phibbs cemetery in late March to clean away some of the overgrowth. We are looking for Chloe's grave.
Added by sametheljohnson on Feb 22, 2015 1:44 PM
RE: Amy (Feasel) Plantz #55633994
The family I was looking up is Bill and Ruth Reynolds. Some Plantz's were their neighbors years ago in Wayne, OH. Sorry I can't help you with Feasel's...
Added by rc90 on Feb 18, 2015 4:41 PM
Maxine Winchester/Stevens
Boggs- Duke & Terry
Thank you so much for transferring both to me.
Added by Maxine Winchester/Stevens on Feb 17, 2015 4:21 PM
Daniel Kincaid
Thank you so much for the quick transfer.
Carole (nmscot)
Added by nmscot on Feb 17, 2015 7:05 AM
Don Bedwell
Steven Childs memorial
Thank you so much for the transfer of his memorial.
Added by Don Bedwell on Feb 15, 2015 7:14 AM
RE: Lavonia Mead #32516394
That is wonderful and I look forward to hearing from you in the future.
Thank you.
Added by FamilyTreeMagic on Feb 14, 2015 1:01 PM
RE: Lavonia Mead #32516394
Lavonia Canfield Houze Mead was married to Norman A. Houze who goes back on my to John Cotton of Northern Virginia. I am in the process of getting the 17th book together on this Cotton family and I am trying to tie up all the loss ends on Find A Grave and ancestry public trees to agree with all of the data that I have collected. I appreciate your willingness to add her maiden name. Would you be willing to tell me when she married Myron Mead?

Thank you very much.
Maggie Jones
Added by FamilyTreeMagic on Feb 14, 2015 12:14 PM
RE: Photo

What a nice , long email from you! Smile. I have had learned something from you and will remember how to create a record appropriately.

I have a simple and hard question. I uploaded a small photo of her mom for my fried on her memorial but she wanted a larger photo so I tried to delete it and add the larger one but I could not do it. How could I do it? Could it be done?

I hope to hear from you again.

Good day!
Added by Anonymous on Feb 11, 2015 6:53 AM
RE: Evans children at Evans cemetery
Hi! And thank you for posting the additional information. I realize that it seems redundant but I wanted to share my thought process with you. Hopefully it will make sense.

With that particular monument for the Evans children, from my understanding after reading the history of the Jones-Evans Welsh settlement, it was a prominent centerpiece of the cemetery because of its size. I've been to many cemeteries and unfortunately had to pass up documenting/photographing worn monuments because time and environment weren't kind to their structure. I'm currently working on deciphering a headstone from another cemetery thats only legible letters are the first two letters of the first name, the last two letters of the last name and the number "30". Already, I've spent more than 8 hours researching this cemetery and the people buried there trying to uncover the person's name that is inscribed. If the inscriptions would have been listed on their find-a-grave memorials, the process would be much easier and most likely would have only taken a few minutes.

My hope is that when this stone is found, it will be easily identified by the inscription you posted. Thanks for posting it, it is greatly appreciated. Take care - Jim
Added by Jim on Feb 09, 2015 7:32 PM
RE: Joseph King Raby
I did ask some of the other contributors either to add more information or transfer the memorial over to me. Most of them did not respond to me for a length of time and still have not. As a matter of fact, you are different from others that responded to me quickly and I am very impressed with your prompt answers. That's great.
Added by Anonymous on Feb 08, 2015 11:48 PM
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