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|Marylee 🌹||Edward Derr|
Thank You Beverly for all of your help. Yes, I did notice how nicely kept the cemetery is on the Google maps. I didn't think of calling city hall, but they would certainly have the records. I'll give them a try. Have a great day! Your Friend, Marylee~*
|Marylee 🌹||Edward Derr|
Thank You for your tip on the cemetery. I was able to bring up the cemetery but wasn't sure which one it was. With your tip on the covered bridge in the park I was able to determine which cemetery to was in Lewisberg. Thank you! :) Would you recall where he is located in the cemetery, as there is no phone number to call for his location? The reason I ask is that my mother has much trouble with walking and I see there are no lanes in the older cemeteries. Your help is so much appreciated. Have a beautiful week, Beverly!
Your Friend, M~*
|Marylee 🌹||Edward M. Derr|
Beverly, Your work made it possible for us to find my beloved uncle. Asking was only the right thing to do, and had you wanted to keep his memorial I would not have been upset, but I am SO THANKFUL you transferred his memorial to my care. It means so much to have found him and to have the honor to care for his memorial. As soon as is possible I will add his two photos we have of him. One was taken while he was in Arizona working for the Borax company. Our family have been looking for him since he passed away and my G-Grandma Dollie Derr Steinberger took care of him a lot as he grew up so I believe she was more like a mother to him than a sister.
We would like to try to visit his grave and leave flowers later this spring but I cannot locate the cemetery or find out where he is in the cemetery to know how to get there. Would you be able to give us that information or know how we can find out? I appreciate your help so much.
Have a great day now! With Best Wishes, Marylee~*
|Marylee 🌹||Edward M. Derr|
THANK YOU! God bless you dear lady!!! I will truly care and tend over my dear uncle's memorial with great love!
I send you many hugs!
|Marylee 🌹||Edward M. Derr #8611006|
You are very welcome for the sponsorship of Edward M. Derr's memorial. I meant to thank you in the request I made but was so emotionally happy to have found our beloved uncle that i forgot. When he passed from tuberculosis the family could not pay any on the hospital bill, and with both parents already deceased, the family was not informed of his resting place. The family has walked through many cemeteries trying to find him. I am so thankful you donated so much of your time and resources to record those who have passed on.
I hope you will consider the transfer of his memorial so that we may tend and care for it in his honor, though I know you will make the best decision. If you do decide to keep his memorial in your management then I hope you will allow me to give you a nice bio for him as he so very much deserves it. He was a good, serious, and kind man. I would also have photos that I would like to add as well.
I had almost given up on finding him, but I tried one more time. I am so thankful I did not give up!
God bless you for your hard work. Have a beautiful holiday week.
|Historybuff||RE: Levi Fleming|
Maybe make a note on the page that the year of death on the stone seems to be wrong. And also mention that on 2 seperate lists of cholera victims he is listed. One list was from the old Eaton Democrat newspaper. The other was on Ohio Genealogy Express website. Maybe it was purposely made wrong? Maybe the family didnt want him associated with the epidemic. I know most of the victims were buried in a mass grave. Very few had their own marked burial. There were 120 or more victims in the month long episode in just Eaton alone.
Levi Fleming #8559981 buried in Mound Hill Union in Eaton. His tombstone gives the year of death as 1848. I have found his name though on 2 seperate lists of the cholera victims of 1849. They both give his year of birth as 1800 and both say that he died july 22 1849 of cholera. Do you think the tombstone could be wrong? The lists also confirm a burial in the same cemetery. I would love your input on this! Thank u!
|Tom Wade||Lick Creek, Beech Grove, Indiana|
We are looking for any pictures and living relatives of people buried in Lick Creek Cemetery, Beech Grove, Indiana.
There is an effort to see if it can't be restored to something like before the headstones were removed.
Keep caring and sharing,
Beech Grove, Indiana
Added by Tom Wade on Feb 14, 2013 9:48 PM
|Gena Fender||RE: Steve|
You are welcome :D
Sorry Beverly, I may have been mistaken on my Williaam Preston Rains that you listed. I think there must be 2 separate William Preston Rains. Because my great grandparents were buried in the same cemetery, and my great grandmother is not listed in Ball Cemetery. Sorry to have disturbed you, and please look over my earlier message! :)
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