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Greg and Cindy Thredgold (#46919839)
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Bio Photo I have done genealogy for about 12 years, am a member of RAOGK volunteers, Family History Consultant and admitted Family History addict.
We absolutely love this work ... and find that after we've photographed for other's requests ... photos show up for us that have been requested ...... what goes around .........................
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Larry
RE: William Milligan Wooley
We are not certain where Rebecca Wooley, Lamb, West Flowers is buried. We couldn't find her and was led to think she was placed with her Father & Mother, William and Nancy. The Rebecca you mentioned buried with Daniel Wooley, would that be Jacob's wife?
Added by Larry on Aug 31, 2015 8:06 AM
Larry
William Milligan Wooley
Cindy,
We have been doing genealogy since 1995 and we do know where William M. Wooley is buried. It is not in Athens, Ohio. It is in Roundhead Cemetery in Hardin County, Ohio. We have been there and seen his and Rebecca's marker. We will try to get a photo soon and submit.
Added by Larry on Aug 29, 2015 7:55 AM
Kathy Manning
RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 72712178
I am always sorry to report information like that. Thank you for entering all the information you did for Lowville Rural Cemetery! Val & I are now working with the cemetery on getting the information into a spreadsheet for the cemetery association.
Best wishes,
Kathy
Added by Kathy Manning on Aug 23, 2015 8:29 AM
Dawn
Booz Family
Greg and Cindy,

The area in which Anna was photographed was a family plot. There were several stones that were not able to be read. I did photograph those as well. I can send them to you to view if you want. I don't know if they will be of help or be a link in your family. I understand the issues with tracking ancestors. I started my tree in 2005 and I don't think it will ever be complete - lol. Good Luck.

Dawn
Added by Dawn on Aug 16, 2015 8:31 AM
Dawn
RE: Anna M Booz
Hello Greg and Cindy,

I removed the photos as requested.

Dawn
Added by Dawn on Aug 15, 2015 7:07 PM
Dawn
RE: Anna Booz
Greg and Cindy,

You are welcomed. Anna and John Booz was buried in a family plot. I have a few pictures. Are there memorials for other family members - one headstone was the mother. I am not sure of the relationship of the others but I would be more than happy to provide the pictures.

Dawn
Added by Dawn on Aug 05, 2015 9:39 AM
Christine( Karnes) & Jerry Wilhelm
RE: Joseph Cemetery/Muskingum
Thank you for your reply. It's rather a shame that it's on private property..... like I told you my husband's grandparent's farm has a back graveyard where his great or 2x great grandparents and some spinster aunts are buried. Now that the farm has been sold we don't know if it's respected or farm over. I don't blame you for not going in. I have a cousin who lives in Utah also. She's back this way for a few months. Last fall she told me of similar experiences with her sister in GA -doing the same thing.... a cemetery that you wouldn't know existed in a woods... only they had to take dogs and watch for poisonous snakes! Yikes! NO way! Thank you for the information. At least someone found some records to create their memorials back in 2004. I was having trouble finding them and simply got lucky with my search yesterday.
Added by Christine( Karnes) & Jerr... on Jul 17, 2015 9:37 AM
Christine( Karnes) & Jerry Wilhelm
Joseph Cemetery/Muskingum
You took the picture of the 'cemetery' site for the Joseph Cemetery. Is there a way to get in and get pictures of markers? I see your explanation is a hike on private property. It's kinda funny, but my husband's family has a private cemetery of about the same number of people on his grandparent's old farm... of course they are gone. It was marked out by the borders, but no 'official' headstones that I'm aware of. I am looking to get pictures of the Karns (4) headstones if they are there. Lewis and Eleanor would be my 4xs great grandparents! I have a friend in the area who offered to go get any pics I want... but I don't think this is what she has in mind!! LOL Would you be willing to get pictures of them for me? I'd greatly appreciate it! Thanks!
Added by Christine( Karnes) & Jerr... on Jul 16, 2015 2:18 PM
Jim
RE: Elsina Rathbun Pugsley
No problem. 😀 Glad I could help.
Added by Jim on Jul 16, 2015 7:15 AM
Jim
RE: Elsina Rathbun Pugsley
Yep - me too. She's one of the few in that part of the cemetery that does. I had to backtrack a bit to figure out whose monument it was since her name has disintegrated from it. I was lucky to be able to find one of her son's monuments in that area (about 12 ft away) just below the grass line. I sense that there are more markers buried up there but the elements have not been kind to them.

I read that the Pugsley family were descendants of Sir John Raleigh in the U.K. Is this part of you lineage?

Let me know, I'm interested; cuz you gotta admit, knights are cool. 😉 - Jim

Added by Jim on Jul 16, 2015 6:56 AM
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