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Thomas L. Harman (#46867870)
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Bio Photo I became interested in my family roots while helping my daughter on a class project about genealogy. I didn't start my actual research until a few years later, but have now been involved in 16 years of active research and there's no sign of an end to it.

Since joining Find-A-Grave, it has led to the discovery of so many more relatives that I would probably never find without the kind efforts of so many others.
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D. Conley
RE: Clarice Hulbert Moats
Still chilly, but had some extra time so did a few today nearby.
Added by D. Conley on Mar 29, 2015 5:33 PM
RE: Circle Hill Cemetery
You are welcome. Please know that I am trying to straighten out some spellings of the surname. There appears to be some mistakes on memorials HARMAN vs. HARMON.
Added by MFC on Mar 29, 2015 10:37 AM
McClarty Lass
Todd Hellinger, d.1968
Yes, Tom. I would agree that explains the confusion between the 1982 (re-interment) and 1968 (death) dates. You're welcome. :) I hope you are able to determine his mother. Personally, I would look at Steuben County as well as Allen and, perhaps, for a divorce. Just a hunch.
Added by McClarty Lass on Mar 28, 2015 7:40 AM
McClarty Lass
Todd Hellinger, d.1968
I got the following information directly from the sexton at the cemetery today: "Todd is the child of David Hellinger. The child was moved from another cemetery in 1982." His DOD is 1968, not 1982. Hopefully, this information will clarify your records.
Added by McClarty Lass on Mar 27, 2015 10:41 PM
D. Conley
RE: Farmer Cemetery
You're welcome. I will work on finding info on your other requests as time allows, unless someone else locates them first. The stone for Joseph was unusual and unless you read it you wouldn't have noticed the addtitional name. Did you want photos of any Tharps the next time I get there?
Added by D. Conley on Mar 25, 2015 9:35 AM
Travis Bolt
RE: A. E. Fulmer
You are welcome. Glad to have helped!!!
Added by Travis Bolt on Mar 23, 2015 7:04 PM
D. Conley
RE: Farmer Cemetery
Not sure...I may just not have found them, so don't assume they are not there until I look them up in the local book at the library. I'm pretty sure I just didn't find them, as I had 29 different entries I was looking for.

I know the Farmer Cemetery pretty well as far as which section stones would be located based on their dates, so then I just walk it for a bit of fresh air and exercise. I used to mow the cemetery back in the late 70's as a summer job! :)When I can, I will look them up at the library and go back to find them, hopefully.
Added by D. Conley on Mar 23, 2015 4:11 PM
D. Conley
RE: Re: Farmer Cemetery
I am sending the photo of the Reed boys right now via your email address. You may use the photo however you like.

Yes, there was no stone for the Reed parents, but there was a Tharp nearby, and perhaps another, but I cant really remember.
There is a book at the local library of a cemetery reading completed sometime in the 80/s or 90's that can tell me any Tharps, Reeds, and whatever name you need in any cemetery in the county. That is what I was going to do to find the other McCollough's and the Fisher...and whatever other one there was left.
Added by D. Conley on Mar 23, 2015 4:05 PM
D. Conley
RE: Farmer Cemetery
I'll be happy to take more when you know who you need. In fact, I took a photo of another McCollough I found, just because you had so many listed. It is Leonard1848-1905 and Mary 1852-1920. Is that relation? I can't remember if I looked to see if they had a Find A Grave page. There were a few I didn't find yesterday, but will look again. Also, I found a stone for two children, Joseph and Collins Reed. It says son of H.W & L. Reed. The first dying oct. 20, 1862 and the other on Oct. 21,1862. There was no marker for Lucinda or husband Henry, but near were some Tharp stones, which was her maiden name. This is the oldest section of the cemetery and many stones are in disrepair or perhaps missing. I have a photo of thus stone as well. Let me know if you need these.
Added by D. Conley on Mar 23, 2015 1:14 PM
Chuck Johnson
RE: Onstott - Blosser - Peters
You are very welcome, glad I could help.
Added by Chuck Johnson on Mar 22, 2015 4:51 AM
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