|Sandra Wysong (#47524528)|
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|Gary Strobel||Additional information|
Myles McPartlin last address was 143 W. 72nd Street, Carthage, Hamilton County, Ohio, USA. Cause of death was arteriosclerosis.
|Gary Strobel||Photo request for Myles Michael McPartlin|
I have updated the information for both Myles and Mary (his wife). I was able to determine Myles using cemetery documents stating that he was 79y 2m 25d old. Used a tool that I have to use the "age" to determine his birth date. No such luck for Mary. They have links to each other now.
I have a census record taken 2 April 1911 from Greagh, Lough Allen, Roscommon, Ireland that indicates Mary was 33 years old at the time of the census. This coincides with cemetery records indicating her age at death was 47 years and places her year of birth at 1878.
A question I have is was Mary married to Myles or was she a sibling? Other records may indicate Mary was a sibling.
|Gary Barker||RE: John Barker|
I don't recognize any of those names. Not sure which John Barker you are referring to. there were several. Could you provide more info? Where did they live? Birth or death years?
|Anonymous||Howard Watts memorial|
I connected Howard to his mother, and am transferring his memorial to you, he should be with family.
Thank you, Debbie #47064450
|Sherry Patterson||Pearl & Willis Lybarger|
Sandra, Thank you so much for the picture, may I use it in my Ancestry online account. Thanks again, Sherry
|Dianne Caves Carman||Louis Angeletti|
I'm sorry for not responding sooner to thank you for the photo. I'm my father's caregiver and have not had time to catch up on my ancestry work. I truly appreciate you for doing this for a stranger.
|Kay||Newark Memorial Gardens|
Thank you very much sandra for memorial pic for Joe #141385520, Sad to hear no marker for wife.
Added by Kay on Sep 01, 2015 12:53 AM
You are most welcome! I enjoy helping others.
|Frances Rogers||Re: John H. Bryant|
Hi, Sandra. I created the original memorial for John, but filled a request for a transfer to a relative. My brother had given me a list of people buried and the cemetery and that was what I was working from. Our family lived in that community for a few years as a child, so I was interested in adding the people buried there to Find A Grave. I don't recall adding the remark about the two daughters, but it was probably done by the person I transferred it to. I did a little checking tonight and found that the sisters lived in an "Industrial Home" (an orphanage?) in Maryville, in 1920, while their mother worked as a servant for the Charlie Wheeler family. If I still lived in that area, I certainly would check for a newspaper article for you, but I haven't been there in years. The person I transferred to lives in Arizona, so that's even farther away. The name of the newspaper is the Maryville Times, so you might google them and see if they could help you. I certainly wish I could!
Thank you for linking Lois to her parents. Sorry if I am late with my thank you. I just now thought to check. I appreciate it very much.
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