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|I Susan (Rodabaugh) Hanley was born in Findlay, Hancock Co. Ohio, at the age of 6 we moved 10 miles south to Arlington. I am now living back in Findlay, with my wonder husband Shane who grew up in Fostoria, and we have two teenage daughters Jennifer and Laura. We are living in the home that my Grandfather Floyd Rodabaugh built, and lived in when God called him home in 1968. When cleaning out the attic we found a large basket of my ancestors,photographs. No idea who any of them were and only a few with names. After my Father Donald E. Rodabaugh was called home, I found a book of the Rodabaugh family tree by Grace (Rodabaugh) Pister. With the book and the photographs, I became addicted to genealogy.|
I came by Find-A-Grave quite by accident one day, and what a wonderful site. I thank Jim Tipton for starting it. This is a wonderful way of preserving our History.
Yes I have become addicted to cemeteries, and the people resting in them. Alot of people on
F.A.G. work very hard, I look at myself as a care taker of the past generations, for the future generations. I am not a F.A.G. member to see how many I can add, but try to find out about each one that I can. Only certain people made it into the History books of Hancock Co. but it took all the people to make it, everyone has a story that needs to be told. So if I have someone that you, hold the story to. E-mail me send me a message, I am, and never will hold on to someones family, or friend, and keep History from being told. I WILL TRANSFER TO ANY ONE WHO HAS MORE INFORMATION, ON A PAGE!!
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|Joyce Niswander||RE: Gladys Light|
Thank you for your understanding in this matter. It was very important to me.
|Carol Corrao||RE: Clara Dorney|
That's perfectly alright - I appreciate your time!
|Joyce Niswander||Gladys Light|
I sent you a suggestion about posting an obituary for Gladys Light. #142782646 There is no copy of that obit on microfilm. The only copy of the obit was given to the library by way of the funeral home. The library made a copy for me. They want me to post it. Please transfer Gladys Light #142782646 to me and I will posted the obit in the BIO section. Then I will transfer the page back to you. A reply would be appreciated.
|Carol Corrao||Clara Myers Dorney|
Hi - you created a memorial for Robert Dorney (#51201459)and tood a great picture of the monument. I was wondering if his wife, Clara was on the other side of that monument. She's not listed in the cemetery, but she should be there, I think. I hate to ask, but would you be willing to check for me at your earliest convenience? Thank you so much for your time!
Are you related to the Steinmans? I was just given two albums full of tintypes that belonged to Goldie Steinman Pike, daughter of Amariah LA Steinman. There are pictures of people that I think are relatives on that side of the family, but I'm wondering if someone has anything to compare them to.
Although I have Eckert relatives there, I don't believe I am related to them. Would you like them transferred to you?
You sent edit suggestions for Carol. Are you related to her?
|Tammy Gephardt||Earl D Bond|
Good Morning! Hi, it's Tammy Gephardt. I was wondering if you'd transfer Earl D Bond, my 1st Cousin 3x removed over to me. He is buried in Houcktown Cemetery, Houcktown, Hancock County, Ohio. Earl's Memorial #141856744.
I would appreciate it so very much.
Good Afternoon! Happy Sunday to you. I just wanted to say Thank You for transferring Glenn DeWitt Moses to me. I appreciate it very much.
|Tammy Gephardt||Glenn Dewitt Moses|
Good Evening! My name is Tammy Gephardt. I just enjoyed reading your bio. I can appreciate why you are doing this.
I wanted to Thank you for having created this Memorial on my 1st Cousin 3x Removed. His name is Glenn DeWitt Moses. His Memorial #141856241. He is buried in Dunkirk Cemetery, Dunkirk, Hardin County, Ohio.
I would appreciate the transfer.
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