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|frogstar||RE: Sherlock family|
Thank you so much! If you happen to find other Sherlocks there in St. Mary's I would like to see them too. There is another family there that has Richards and Johns that I have been trying to connect with my family. I think they are related but I haven't been able to prove it yet. It is possible that there might be a clue on one of their stones. I really appreciate all of your time and effort!!
Added by frogstar on Apr 07, 2011 3:47 PM
I noticed that you had claimed my photo requests for the Sherlock family members at St. Mary's Cemetery in Hamilton, OH. I was going to request the rest of the Sherlock family that is there but I couldn't because findagrave has a limit on how many I can request at one time. Anyway, if at all possible, I would love pictures of the rest of the Sherlocks buried with the family there. Thanks so much!!
Added by frogstar on Apr 04, 2011 9:30 PM
|C. Scott||Ernest Reid Photo|
Jeannie, Thank you very much for adding the photo for my beloved cousin.
Added by C. Scott on Mar 13, 2010 10:37 AM
|Everlasting life thru Christ ~ Margaret||re:Bertha Thrasher/Great Aunt|
I was going thru my relatives sites on Find A Grave yesterday showing one of my second cousins the site and her mother and father's memorials. This am I thought I would look thru them more closely and saw that on Bertha's a lovely picture had been added of her burial site and read the caption on the picture and see that you are related to Bertha. Bertha was the sister of my grandfather, Elmer Bray, and the cousin who was visitng me yesterday was here from N. Carolina visiting the cousins she could find, she was the daughter of Bertha's youngest brother Leonard Bray. She and I had not seen each other for over 50 years!!! I remember going to Aunt Bertha's many times; last one being when Great-grand-mother Lula and great grand father Tom living with her in Ohio I believe it was Norwood near Cincinnati. Are you Doris's granddaughter. I had sent e mail to Phyllis, Doris's daughter, before and we intended to get together since my daughater lives outside Cincy, in Goshen Ohio but that never happened. It would be wonderful to try to get all these cousins together and share memories.
I love this site and have added all the relatives that I know of on both sides of my family. My parents divoriced when I was 9 months old and I lived with Elmer & Flora Bray, my grandparents til I was married so I have been around the Brays alot.
This is my bio page on Find A Grave. If you are interested you can read about our relatives & see many family pictures on the "virtual cemeteries" on the bio page. You may learn somethings that you didn't know about your Bray side of the family, I was the oldest grandchild of Elmer and during the war Bertha & Doris lived in Somerset Ky in a "freestanding" as they would call it now condo in a motel complex "Oak Leaf Tourist Camp" ran by Elmer & Flora Bray, so this enabled me to remember more of our early days. Phyllis's father was away in the war at the time.
God's Blessings to you and your loved ones!
Mary Margaret (Sharp) Blake
|Doris Clayborn||Thank You|
Just wanted to say thanks for the picture.That was very nice of you.
Thanks for getting the picture of Patricia. I'm working on the family tree ;) This site really comes in handy. Thanks again!
Thank you! I can't thank you enough for the pictures of Richard Wiley's burial site. Are those just stones that mark the spot? I was fasinated by the names that the caretaker gave you. According to a list of I have from a book listing people buried at St Mary's the ones buried in that spot are my gggrandmother Anna Sommers Wiley, and four of her children, Richard, Margaret, Catherine and Mary, so to hear that there may be even more buried there is very exciting.I have always felt like my gggrandfather Michael Wiley should also be buried there but I haven't been able to find out anything about his death. I hope I can visit the spot someday. Thank you again!!
Added by Robin on Apr 14, 2009 5:55 PM
|Sandra Enders||Hinkel Tombstone|
Thanks a lot for taking the time to get then picture.
Jeannie,I appreciate your looking for my Wiley family. You probably won't find a headstone for Richard, according to the record I have it is unmarked, I just have the Section, lot, and plot number. There are actually at least 5 of my ancesters there altogether in that plot including my gggrandmother. It may be silly to want a photo of an empty plot but I would really like to see their final resting place. Thanks again for your help.
Added by Robin on Mar 29, 2009 11:57 AM
|Curt Miller||Edmund Thompson|
Thank-you so much for the wonderful photos. These will add much to my family history.
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