|Deb Green (#47060044)|
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My name is Deb, I live in Findlay, Ohio. |
My boyfriend introduced me to Find A Grave a few months ago and I am hooked. I really enjoy being a photo volunteer and helping someone who may be searching for that one special photo of a family members grave marker.
If you need any photo requests for Findlay and the surrounding area I will be happy to try to help.
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|Larry||Mary Louise Ellis|
I believe that Ford is not her maiden name, but Lamb is. This person is in our family tree, and David and her are listed in her brother's Estate Daniel G. Lamb.
Added by Larry on Nov 08, 2015 4:17 PM
|Robert Bryant Jarman, Sr.||parker|
I transfered this memorial by mistake would u please transfer to 47050044, thanks Robert.
|SKJerome||Reuben Henry Cook|
I was happy to locate this memorial. If you are related, do you know where his mother is actually buried? I come down the Wollam line which she married into after her first husband, Reuben died in 1886. I found info that I believe shows her passing away in Wood Co, Ohio on April 1, 1919. With her family members living in the area, I wonder if she wasn't just buried near them instead of having her buried next to Isreal Wollam back in Jerome. Her marker in Jerome is without a date of death. If she is there, I would like to put the date on it. If she isn't there, I would just like to be able to have the right information for family records. Do you have any information that might help? Much appreciated.
Sharon Wollam Burch
Added by SKJerome on Oct 27, 2014 9:58 PM
|Honoring Their Lives||Photos query|
Hi Deb, while searching for a Jacob Kempher who is noted marrying my Great-Great Aunt Lydia (Jones)Lane in 1894, I came across a memorial created for a different Jacob Kempher in Fountain Cemetery in Fostoria. I noted that you photographed his headstone and just wanted to know how you created the black & white framing noted around the images? I love how the black makes the photos really 'pop' and gives it great definition. The photos that I take are straight out of the camera with no editing so am always appreciating other's contributions on Find.a.Grave. Warmly, Helen Murphy, Nashville, TN
You've photographed most of the Kelley family memorials (my relatives) in the Fountain Cemetery in Fostoria, for which I'm grateful. Would you mind if I copied those photos to my tree in ancestry.com? I would be more than happy to credit you as the photographer. Thank you very much. - B. MacBean
Added by MacBean on Jun 20, 2012 5:11 AM
Thank you so much for the photos of my ancestors' grave markers- George and Ara Rinehart. So nicely done!!! May thanks from a descendant in Indiana.
|Michelle (James) Hembd||Shaffer|
I just sent you an email in regards to Ida. My email address starts as QT. I hope they help you.
|Michelle (James) Hembd||Ida Redenbaugh Shaffer|
By chance do you have anymore information regarding Ida? The reason I am asking is that I submitted her name to Memorial Park to see if I could get a location for her site so I could take a picture for you. According to the cemetery she is not in Memorial Park. Now I did find a Ida Mae Shaffer in the Lima News published 1 & 2 Oct 1923. The following children were listed...Herbert, Newton, Earl, Ella and Delva Shaffer, Mrs. A.D. Earnest, Mrs. H.C. McBeth, and Mrs. Leota Bendetto. If any of the children ring a bell or are connected to the Ida you are looking for I will email you the picture of her obituaries. I hope this helps.
|Q Taylor||Jacob Burns|
Thank you for posting the photo of Jacob Burns memorial in Graham Cemetery. I was wondering if you know wether or not his wife is buried with him? Her name was Barbara (Kiser) Burns. She is thought to have died between 1881 and 1889. Thank you.
Added by Q Taylor on Apr 07, 2011 10:54 AM
|MacBean||Kelley Grave Photos|
Hello! Thank you for posting photos of the Kelley family graves. I've been tracing this family for the past few years (my wife's a Kelley descendant), and photos such as this are invaluable. May I have your permission to use some of your Kelley grave photos in my wife's family tree (with proper acknowledgement, of course) ?
- Ben MacBean
Added by MacBean on Aug 31, 2010 5:17 PM
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