|Robert Leonard (#47084494)|
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|Ida Lee Brewer Cann||RE: Grave marker|
Not sure exactly which ones you are seeking. I am familiar with the following in Center Burying Grounds - Clinton County, Ohio:
Abigail Moody Leonard (1741-1837) - Find A Grave #133531206
Abigail "Abbie" Smith Leonard (1823-1899) - Find A Grave #133531189
John Leonard (1739-1812) - Find A Grave #141203878
John Leonard, Sr (1782-1870) - Find A Grave #133046254
John Leonard, Jr (1811-1872) - Find A Grave #133531233
Hope this helps.
|Norm Schneider||Your Mom|
Hi Cuz: Thought your mom was born in Buffalo? Was she born in Rome?
|Linda Mahan||RE: The Leonards|
Fabulous! I wish I had old photos of some of my relatives. Hope everything is going well in Rome, NY.
|L Wallien||Wilmington burials|
Hi, I don't live in Ohio, I'm actually across the country, but I visited there once on a family history trip. I found that the public library in Wilmington has a cemetery book that is very comprehensive. You could call or email the librarians there and they will probably do a look up for you. Here is their website: http://www.wilmington.lib.oh.us/
|Linda Mahan||RE: Leonards|
If you know a time that you will be at the cemetery, I'll meet you there. Or I can give you my phone number and you can call me.
|Linda Mahan||RE: Lucinda Mann Leonard|
As far as I know, there are no records for the Covenator Cemetery. I've been told that there was a church there at one time, and I'm thinking that the records were probably lost when the church was torn down. What a shame.
|ROB HUGHES||dale cemetery|
ill see what i can do to get your pictures.i claimed all 3
Do you know who the other Orange Leonard is who is buried at the Covenator Cemetery? His stone is badly deteriorated, as are some other Leonard stones near his. That cemetery is very old and I have been trying to get a record of all the graves. Couldn't quite get finished before winter, but will try again in the spring. Some of the restored stones are almost white, and I need to find a time of day that they are legible for photographing.
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