|Irene (Rose) Warner (#46586932)|
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I grew up near the Village of Mudsoc, Walnut Twp. in Gallia Co., Ohio. My family attended the Bethesda Methodist Church and my family roots are in that same area. |
I've had the pleasure of knowing most of my immediate family, including my great-grandparents and I am glad to be able to honor them on Find A Grave.
While I am not related to all the people I have listed, I have known many of their families.
I will be glad to hear from you by e-mail but please put Find A Grave message in the subject line.
Many of us have climbed around snakey, brushy cemeteries at a great personal risk to obtain these pictures.
Recently I am seeing much of my cemetery photography displayed on the Ancestry.com website on other "contributor" profiles.... Remember, when you use other people's pictures, it is only honest to give them credit for their work.
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|Fran Wheeler||tombstone pics|
May I use your pics for my family tree? I always ask permission and then give photo courtesy. Thanks.
|L Hamilton||Thank you!|
Irene - Thank you for taking the photo of John Zona White's headstone. Lisa Hamilton
|Cindi Crist||RE: #15111469|
Thank you so much for the photo of my GGGrandfather's marker.
|Larry Patrick||Tope photo|
Thank you so much for Elizabeth's photo! It is much appreciated.
Thank you so much for the transfers. You probably noticed I was the one who posted photos of their gravestones. It was a wonderful find those many years ago...but seems like yesterday.
Added by Pam on Mar 30, 2015 9:10 PM
|Jean Pinick||Old Rehoboth Cemetery|
I was at the cemetery this past summer and took photos of several of the stones. I was noticing that when I went to put them on that a lot were already on. Your photo for Rebecca A Bostick is in much better shape then the one I took. I can't believe there was that much difference in 10 years. Although several of the Bosticks were in better condition now then when they were taken. Thought I would let you know your photo was great. I have done this myself for probably 40 years all over the US and I appreciate a good photo. Thanks for your efforts.
|Carl Bennett||RE: Mary Susan Rose Brown|
Thank you for the help!
|Carolyn Hines Smith||RE: Oba C Folden|
Thanks Irene. We are on the same trail so duplicates are bound to happen. LOL You have done so much work in Gallia Co, we sure appreciate it.
|Crystal Vannest Danko||RE: Lillian Leota Young Casto|
You're quite welcome. Pheobe Jane Vannest Young is my ggg grandmother, so we are related. I would normally have offered to meet you and show you where it is, but I have a knee/legg immobilizer on so I'm not able right now. Your older relatives were correct about there not being a road to the cemetery. It is more of a farm path across creek, through field and up hill. One can drive it in a truck with permission or it would also be walkable. Have a good evening!
|Crystal Vannest Danko||RE: Pheobe Jane Vannest Young|
Yes, I was there about 5 years ago, before I knew about find a grave. She is buried in the Thomas Family Cemetery off Tug Fork. It is located on the Old Enoch C Thomas farm.
From I-77, take the Fairplane exit. Turn onto Rt 21 North towards Ripley. At first light, turn right by Burger King onto Cedar Lakes Drive. Drive approx. 2.5 miles, then turn right onto Tug Fork Road. Drive approx. 2.7 miles. Cemetery is on private property, on the right across creek, through field and up on hill. When I went there a few years ago, a nearby property owner, Joe Casto, took my Dad and I up the hill. At that time, the cemetery was very well maintained. If you have any questions, feel free to call me at 304-273-0935 or email.
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