|Margaret Gunn (#46571177)|
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I have backtracking my postings to make corrections or add information. By doing this, it has come to my attention that some of postings transfered have been deleted and re-posted by the person asking for the transfer. This situation has made me decided not to transfer any postings until further notice. Any addition or correction of a posting will still be honored.|
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|Connie Baylor Miller||Sarah Norris #14515442|
Hi ~ I believe your Sarah M. Beamis Norris is our Sarah BEAN Norris, daughter of Noah Bean and Elizabeth Randolph Bean (Sarah was #5 of 10 children). Sometimes their last name was recorded as BEANS, also. I would appreciate your consideration in making this change ;-) This is one of my husband's lines.
Connie Baylor Miller
|SARAH GREZLIK||RE: Pofahl|
Yes, please do give them my email address.
I use this address the most:
Thank you for your help,
|Suzanne||John & Vernie Nixon|
Good evening! I am the Secretary Treasurer and family Genealogist of the Nixon McCoy Smith Family Reunion (1893-today), and I can fill you in quite a bit about John and Vernie.
John would be my great great grandpa's brother (Charlie is buried in River Styx). He and Vernie had 10 children, 8 of whom survived to adulthood. The little grave to the right of John and Vernie's that is in such bad shape is of their daughter Luella Mae Nixon, who died in 1892. Anyway, John and Vernie's surviving children were Lulah, Fred, Owen, Arthur, Wilbur "Nick", Evelyn, and Verna Ruth. While most of John and Charlie's siblings are buried in the Teegarden area of Indiana, quite a few of the McCoy in-laws are in Woodlawn, including the Old Section out front.
Anyway, thought I'd fill in a few holes in the family tree; glad someone else is taking care of the family!!
Added by Suzanne on May 13, 2013 9:07 PM
|Patricia (Patti) Joy Berndsen Jacko||Martha Grandin duplicate|
I've added this to the duplicate list
Welcome to the autogravr program error group. You will find duplicates all over in the Spring grove Cemetery listing.
Thanks for finding this one.
|Lisa Garrett||Beglys in Eight Square Cemetery|
Saw that you have entered many of the children of Joshua Begly and Anna Imhoff. Ten of their 12 children were buried there. Wondering if you know if daughters Catherine (13Aug1866-05May1867) and Sarah (11Apr1874-26Mar1906) are also buried there?
Lisa R. Garrett
|Bill Miller||DAGUE, George Michael, obit|
George M. Dague, 33, of Wooster, who was seriously injured in a car-van accident Dec. 4 west of Wooster, died Thursday night at Akron City Hospital, where he had been hospitalized since the accident.
Killed in the accident were Danny M. Bee, 30, and Samuel W. Pringle, 32, both of Wooster.
The son of Quinton and Glenna Fraunfelter Dague, he was born in Ashland County July 21, 1943.
Survivors include his wife, Betty; his parents; one daughter, Kimberly of Holly Hill, Fla.; one son, Scott of Pennsylvania; three step-daughters, Lisa Morris, Dee Ann Garrett and Stacy Garrett, all at home; one brother, Thomas of Hayesville; and two sisters, Mrs. William (Georgia) Graber and Mrs. Gary (Cathy) Ingles, both of RD 1, Jeromesville.
Services will be Monday at 2 p.m. at the Fickes Funeral Home, Jeromesville, with the Rev. Jerry Masters officiating. Burial will be in Jeromesville Cemetery.
Visiting hours will be Sunday from 7 to 9 p.m. at the funeral home. (Published in the Ashland Times-Gazette, Ashland, Ohio, Saturday, February 19, 1977, page 2, column 3).
|Neal Gardner||Repeated messages|
Checked your page. One of my messages repeated numerous times. My apologies, I don't know what happened. Neal
|Neal Gardner||RE: Cornelia McLean 11922864|
Thank you !
|William Ream||Mary Elizabeth Klingaman|
Thank you for the quick update of Mary Elizabet Klingaman's memoiral. Also, thank you for the transfer of said memorial.
|John Shafer||Emmaline Coffman Heestand|
Regarding memorial #76901029 Emmaline "Kauffman" Heestand should read "Emmaline Coffman Heestand" She is the daughter of David (1816-1894)and Susanna Holsopple (1824-1872)Coffman. David and Susanna Holsopple are my 3rd Great Grandparents.
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