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Scott Deming Russell (#47082461)
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Just trying to honor my ancestors by making sure they're not forgotten
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Jerry Osborne
Catherine Dodd Miller Wilkins
I believe Katie Dodd is buried in Meade Cemetery (aka Salem United Methodist Church Cemetery). This still matches with her death certificate stating she is to be buried at "Salem." Her first husband, Conrad Miller is buried there and her name appears on the backside of his monument as follows: Catherine his wife, 1850 - 1927. Her parents are also buried here. Think about it, this must be Catherine Dodd. She is not buried in Salem White Church Cemetery but in Meade Cemetery aka Salem United Methodist Cemetery.
Description of Meade is as follows:
Cemetery notes and/or description: Meade Cemetery is located near the intersection of Hayesville Road and Morris Church-Salem Road outside Circleville, Ohio (Pickaway Township, Pickaway County). 
Meade Cemetery is still an active cemetery. Most of the older gravestones are located along the church, while most of the newer gravestones are located closer to the parking lot. There are many war veterans buried here, and there are lots of other old, interesting gravestones to look at. There are a few broken, vandalized gravestones, but most are in excellent shape. The cemetery is very well taken care of.
Meade Cemetery is 3.1 miles north of Kingston.
Added by Jerry Osborne on Jul 07, 2013 5:04 AM
Jacob Daniel Dobb
Hello, Jacob Dobb's memorial is duplicated and was entered a few years before this one. It's Jacob D. Dobb of Kane County, Illinois. LC
Added by LC on Apr 29, 2012 5:37 PM
Michael "Buck" Andrews
A belated thanks for the flowers on my cousin's grave! I was 13 when he died and never really knew him - and no one else who did is left. You can tell by the sadly short bio. He was my only first cousin.
Added by CypressGreen on Nov 17, 2011 9:35 AM
Bob & Nancy Cannon
Please send the memorial number links & will be glad to connect. Thanks.
Added by Bob & Nancy Cannon on Aug 22, 2011 5:19 AM
Bob & Nancy Cannon
Added by Bob & Nancy Cannon on Aug 22, 2011 5:19 AM
I should be transfering to you (not that I mind adding stuff - wahoo!).
Added by CypressGreen on Aug 19, 2011 8:29 AM
RE: Stevens
Wow, too! It's so nice to see pictures and get more info. I have a special place in my heart for suicides; I suffer from bipolar disorder. So I have a cemetery for them. A friend and my only 1st cousin were suicides. If you want to thank me , please leave flowers for my frinds Duane (Memorial# 65999997) and my cousin Michael (Memorial# 64832485).
I've been out to that Stevens plot like, 3 times now? puzzling over who's where. I'll probably never get them all, and that gives me fits! LOL
I was working on an email to you - will send with photos of the stones I can't get- but have been trimming the email down before sending as I figured stuff out.
Here it is, trimmed: I went to where Helen is buried and found a whole Stevens plot Problem is, most of them are worn beyond reading.
Some additions and some mysteries. You know these people?
*George Blackwell Find A Grave Memorial# 75073239 listed on a Stevens monument
*Sarah Blackwell Find A Grave Memorial# 75075838 likewise
*Harriett Hutchinson Find A Grave Memorial# 75073631 was buried on the same day as.........
Peter Stevens Find A Grave Memorial# 75069838, both in the same lot!
*Elizabeth Stevens Find A Grave Memorial# 75074175 (says center front row - I see 6 stones!)
*Henry C Stevens Find A Grave Memorial# 75075046
Added by CypressGreen on Aug 19, 2011 7:04 AM
RE: Helen Deming Stevens
Hey, I just LOVE it when people find the stuff they're looking for. I have already discovered relatives of two people about whom they knew nothing. That's the joy in it! I actually got teary eyed when someon got nice cemetery pics of my cousin's headstone. So I know this means a lot to people. I drive by Woodland 5 days a week.
Added by CypressGreen on Aug 13, 2011 9:27 AM
Helen Deming Stevens
Ok, I looked up the info, made a memorial, and transfered to you. Looks like it may be an easy one to find. I'll get on it next week.
Added by CypressGreen on Aug 12, 2011 11:09 PM
RE: Harrison C Deming
Correll and Roxanna aren't "mine," but I transfered the other two. Will look into the other lady for you :)
Added by CypressGreen on Aug 12, 2011 10:44 PM
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