|Cindy Potts (#46993069)|
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My direct lineage is Knouffs, Gabelmanns, Greer, Sells, Ulrey, Wilson, Ware and many other lineages. I am also a member of www.ancestory.com, trying to perserve all sorts of records for my ancestors and their spouses and children :)|
My Grandma Potts already did most of Potts and Pate lineage, so I was not really working on them but I do have a book on them so I was actuallyworking on my Mom's side..
I also travel in my areas, looking for new graves that might not be recorded in here but it seems that they are always recorded and I would be lucky to find one or two that have not been, I will try to figure how to use my camera to take pictures of graves as soon as I settle down in my new home that I am buying :) Just bought a new digital camera. So, after Oct 2011, I will work on voluntering to take photos if any photo requests within 40 miles of my new home in Idaho.
If you want to transfer memorials just use edit button and let me know which memorial you want transfered to as long as you are related to them and actually working on family tree, I do not mind if they are your cousins, aunts, uncles grandparents, I will be gladly transfered to you :)
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|Mark R. Daniels||RE: Thank you very much for photos|
Hello Cindy Potts!!!
Thank You For Your Kind Words,
I Am So Glad That I Could Help Out.
Note:There Are Other 'Spires' In The Next
"Best Of Luck"
MARK RICHARD DANIELS
|cheri mckinnon||RE: I see there is other Pauline Knouff|
Sorry it has taken so long to reply..re Pauline the one I am speaking of is the one that Eveline or Evelene my grandmother gave birth to and her parents Johnn E Knouff and Minnie Rose Knouff raised as their child..Now I know Paulines grandfather John E Knouff had a daughter named Pauline with Corra his first wife..the Pauline he raised was his grandchild that Evaeline had..Also John E Knouff my ggrandfather had a daughter Myrtle that passed as an infant then he had 3 boys and one other daughter her name was Evaline she was my grandmother..we were very close she often spoke of her brothers and we went to see Raymond often but she never spoke of a sister named Myrtle I am not sure she even knew about her but she must have because her 3rd daughter was named Myrtle ..I would think that would be after her infant sister that passed away. I saw the write up of John E. and Minnie's children and there were names I never heard of maybe his children from his 1st marriage got mixed in with his children from his 2nd marriage..I heard him leaving his 1st wife was a mess don't know the story it appears Minnie somehow came into the pic ..I wonder did he fall in love with her and leave Cora..my grandmother did tell me it was her fathers 2nd marriage that she came from and fell in love with Minnie and he had known Minnie since she was a child and always told her "when you grow up I am going to marry you" this is what my grandmothers father and mother told her ..wish were John E and Minnie Rose..not sure if it is accurite or not..only can go on what I was told and she was told..if you have any info on this could you please let me know..thanks for you hard work regarding this family..
|K Guy||Charles H. Foster|
I had his birthplace as Cincinnati, Ohio taken from information on his interment record.
Added by K Guy on Apr 05, 2013 7:17 PM
|Jo Roth||RE: Can you read the tall headstone|
Bottom inscription is under the listing for Not Named Foster.
Added by Jo Roth on Apr 05, 2013 8:32 AM
|Jo Roth||RE: Can you read the tall headstone|
Yes, the side of the monument is extremely hard to read - there may have even been something on the two sides that now appear blank, but if so, it's completely gone now. Mary Turner's inscription is on the right side if you are looking straight on at the front where it lists Elizabeth, Charles, and the Infant.
I'll add the inscription info to the pic postings.
Added by Jo Roth on Apr 05, 2013 8:21 AM
|Jo Roth||Spring Grove Sec. 46, Lot 84|
If you haven't already, you might want to search the Spring Grove site using the Section / Lot shown above. It looks like these are all yours in some way. I know I saw the name Varnau during my trip there - I'll check again and see if it was around your Foster monument.
Added by Jo Roth on Apr 03, 2013 8:40 PM
There are quite a few Ulreys buried in Clermont County here. Didn't know if you were related or not.
Added by Jo Roth on Apr 03, 2013 7:14 AM
|Jo Roth||RE: Hello :)|
I took your pics you requested yesterday. Will get them posted as soon as I have a few minutes to get them off the camera.
Added by Jo Roth on Apr 03, 2013 7:10 AM
|CM Reed||RE: Thank you for transfering the graves..|
Let me know if there are others you are looking for. There are a lot of stones not recorded around here. I just posted a whole cemetery that had not been recorded. It wasn't the first. I find the Ulery name in several places. I may have had contact with in the past over the Ulery name. I will keep looking for you.
Added by CM Reed on Mar 31, 2013 11:41 PM
|CM Reed||Marion Sheperd|
The Shepherds are yours!
Added by CM Reed on Mar 31, 2013 11:35 PM
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