|Terry Thompson (#47074228)|
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Please feel free to use any of the photos I have posted. I've always viewed findagrave as a photo/history sharing site. I figure the more folks that have these photos the more likely the memory of our loved ones will survive.|
Retired military and airline guy. Doing family research as a hobby. Primarily interested in the Thompson family centered on Fredericksburg, Wayne County, Ohio and my wife's Cronemiller line out of Albion, Jackson Township, Ashland County, Ohio and the Dr. Reuben Coleman Hill line. Despite the wife and I being from opposite sides of the country, our families were living only 2 farms away from each other in 1830. Both our GGGG Grandfathers have War of 1812 Medallions adorning their grave sites. It is most likely they knew each other and may have even served together during this period.
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Feel free to use the photo on the trust's website.
Added by Joy on Nov 30, 2014 11:00 AM
|Chris Hanlin||Michael Bulger, # 31888269.|
Terry: thanks for creating a memorial for Michael Bulger (1782-1866). In the War of 1812, he served in the same company as my ancestor Allan Hanlon. I posted some information about the Bulger family to this memorial. Feel free to delete this if you already have the information and donít think it belongs on the memorial. Regards, Chris.
|Debbie Klotsche||Solomon Geer-Niwot Cemetery|
Do you mind if I use your Find A Grave photos on my ancestry family tree?
An obituary has been added for Elmer. Hope this provides additional information to link with family members.
Thanks for the parental links. You were correct to contact me, as it is the manager of the "child's" memorial who links to the parent, not the parent to child. I appreciate your taking the time to inform me. Have a great day! -Cathy
|daveanthes||RE: Josiah Lee|
Thanks, the Flora Jane is my great great grand mother. Can't seem to find anything on Josiah and Lorinda Eldridge.
Josiah Lee and Agnes Lafler's 4th son Josiah born in 1824 died 1851. My records says he was buried in Hazzard Cemetery also. I don't see him listed in find a grave. Do you know anything different? Do you have additional information on him.
|Diggin Up Dead People||Officer|
Isn't it great to see how all the connections go together. Kayleen
|Diggin Up Dead People||RE: Elizabeth (Waldorf) Officer|
Thanks Terry - I will add the info about the Officer family to my family tree also.
|Diggin Up Dead People||Elizabeth (Waldorf) Officer|
Thanks. I have linked Elizabeth to her parents' memorials.
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