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I believe in preserving history and remembering the forgotten. I am researching my family tree, but I don't mind taking picture of gravestones in my area for other people when I can.|
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|Phil Penny||William B. Penney|
Tks for the quick response!
|Tamie Dehler||RE: Richard and Sarah Hallier|
Oh, they are definitely there, in unmarked graves. I added their memorials after finding them in the funeral home listings. I went through hundreds of funeral home listings at the Clay County Genealogical Society Library and got all the ones that were mentioned as being buried in Harmony, and then posted them, approximately 225 burials in all. Tamie
|Tamie Dehler||Richard and Sarah Hallier|
I'm sorry to report that there are no stones for them in the Harmony Cemetery. I have photographed and transcribed every headstone in that cemetery. There are a few lost stones that I am trying to find, that were there in 1982, but not theirs. Tamie Dehler
|Lucy in the Sky||RE: Olive Stevens & Ashridge Cem.|
Well, thanks so much for going to take a look!
maybe the stone is gone?!
I will try them!
Thanks so much for your efforts!
|CC-Genealogy||Williams family at Rapp Cemetery|
I hadn't realized that you had taken so many photos of other Williams family monuments at Rapp Cemetery. I have only begun to review these, but already the photos are helping to solve mysteries.
|Sandy Woldring||Ashton family|
I am looking for the Ashton family that lived near Monroeville, Ohio from 1831-1920. Any help would be appreciated. I would like pict. of their graves if I can find them. Thanks loads. firstname.lastname@example.org
|CC-Genealogy||re: Mary Williams grave photo|
Thank you for the photos of Mary Williams' grave marker (and for the incredibly quick response). This is also the first time I've seen the flour method of making the engraving stand out used with great effect. I will remember than for my next photo shoot of quite old graves.
|Floydster||RE: Thank you for pic of Harry Farris grave|
My pleasure to do it for you, sorry I didn't find Daisy's marker. As an aside I found out today approximately how many are buried there. Would you believe an estimated 95,000 with more being added every day. The mapping system is a crazy quilt mess but understandable to an extent after a few explanations by the office staff. Maybe this is why nobody had volunteered to do this place. I glanced at it the other day and decided to make one more attempt to try to fill a few long standing requests.
|Jim Hime||Isaac West|
Thank you for your help.
Added by Jim Hime on Jun 30, 2010 11:21 AM
|Jim Hime||Nancy Elsberry West|
Thannk you for you help.
Added by Jim Hime on Jun 30, 2010 11:19 AM
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