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|TNB||Samuel F. Black|
I feel very certain that this Samuel F. Black is the son of William Black and Sarah Stevens. The Black family records show that Samuel had a son named Jonathan Black who was a soldier that died in the Civil War. In 1880, William Morley Black, his cousin, baptized him by proxy in the Mormon (LDS) Temple at St. George. Well, I just learned from a Civil War pension index that Jonathan's father Samuel filed a family survivor's pension for his sons's war service from the State of Missouri in 1892 which proves that Samuel did move from the State of Ohio to Missouri. If you want I can provide a image which shows this.
Therefore, I will be sending you a request to link Samuel to his parents on findagrave.
Added by TNB on Oct 16, 2014 7:01 AM
|Christine Smith Romans||John Smeltzer d. 1853|
74710956 - Transfer, please?
|Christine Smith Romans||Raders in Centenary Cemetery|
# 74715695, # 74713952 These are the 2 Raders you have that I'd like transferred.. I figured it would be easier if I listed them for you. If I have other requests, I will try to grab their #s too. Thanks!
|Christine Smith Romans||Smeltzers & Blazers in Gallia County|
Hello, I was wondering if you could transfer management of the Gallia County, OH Smeltzers & Blazers that you might have to me? (Also any Boyds, Waughs, etc.) I am a direct descendant & am I compiling the family genealogy. it would help me if I could manage them all & link them together accordingly, etc. Please let me know, I would much appreciate it!
|SGirton||John Smeltzer 62056797|
Thanks for the additional information and the picture! I linked him with his wife. ...Sharon
Added by SGirton on Aug 10, 2011 1:09 PM
|Carolyn Holman||John and James Black|
Couldn't find James and John Blacks gravestones.
there are several gravestones that are not readable.
|Pete Shapter||Roe - Mt Calvery|
You are very welcome .. and don't fret about, as you put it, wasting my time! This happens sometimes.
Add to that a not-so-helpful cemetery staff member and it sometimes gets very challenging to get that picture!
Take care and