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I have had some email issues and changed address so if you tried to email me in the past month please retry. When requesting a transfer please , use the edit link then the Suggest a correction or provide additional information link and in the suggestion box ask for a transfer include your contributor number I have problems searching down requests that do not provide enough information. this makes it easier for everyone , and I must thank you for your work . and politeness. After the death of my husband I walked several cemeteries in Indiana and Missouri taking a photo of each stone , I wanted these cemeteries to have a search box So people could easier find their loved ones listed. at the time it helped me working on this website. If I listed your family member or friend and you would like me to transfer the page to you please contact me. However I wont link people together that are already listed. I like this website a lot but I am now short on time |
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|McClarty Lass||RE: Crabb photo|
Margie~ If you enlarge the photo of the 4 graves, you will note I've made comments about the location of each headstone. Wm. R. Weber (#58944534) is located in the front, left grave beside Mary and, I assume was Mary's first husband. He died in 1919. Mary Weber Crabb's (#58972280) grave is on the right side, front. Behind Mary's site is Con's (#58972279), right rear. Without any other information and judging from the dates on the monuments, I'm guessing Con was Mary's 2nd husband and they were married only for a short time when Con died in 1923. In the left side, rear grave, is William R. Weber (#58944534) who likely is Mary & William J.'s son.
|Mike Ohio||RE: Henry Ernst 108690121|
You are most welcome. I'm delighted I could be of assistance.
|Mike Ohio||Margaretta Ernst 56625516|
In fulfillment of your request, I have uploaded photos and cemetery record information for her.
I found all the other Ernsts in Woodlawn Cem. And created Memorials and uploaded photos and cemetery record information for the following:
Minnie Cook Ernst 119935505
George W. Ernst 119935277
Helen M. Ernst 119936095
Lester H. Ernst 119936229
Photos and cemetery information were uploaded to existing Memorials for:
Frances Ernst 56625475
Gottlieb Ernst 56625533
I trust you will find the additional information useful.
|Mike Ohio||Henry Ernst 108690121|
In accordance wit your request, I have uploaded photos and cemetery record information for him. I also uploaded a photo and information for his wife
Amelia J Ernst 108690103.
I also took photos for your other request for
Margaretta Ernst 56625516 and will post those plus other Ernsts I found later tonight or tomorrow.
|Becky Van Zandt Brennan||# 18478601|
Roberta's maiden name was Choate.
|Barbara Baker Anderson||David Dishong.|
I'm sorry, I am not related. The next time I'm near there, I will check to see if Martha is nearby.
|McClarty Lass||Crabb Photos|
You're welcome. Per the headstone, C.J. died in 1923 and according to your photo request, Con also died in 1923. According to my research, "Con" is a common nickname for Cornelius. Please note that I also added photos of the (2) Weber stones located on the same plot with C.J. and Mary. Have a good week!
Thank you for the transfers of James and Helen McKinney.
|Denise Pitzen||RE: interesting pages|
Feel free to add the photos that you would like to the Find A Grave site. All that I ask is that you include the name of the person who gave me permission to use them. So just add a blurb at the end..."Photo courtesy of...."
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