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Froneamy (#47095924)
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Researching Dury, Meinert, Schumacher, Guth, Graber, Downey, McGovern, in Columbus, Ohio. Doddy, Engelhardt, Deubell, Flaig, Hensler, Young, Sprung, Zipfel in Cincinnati. I live in Cincinnati and have two young children so I don't get to browse the cemeteries very much.
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 • 102 Memorials Added
 • 104 Memorials Managed
 • 57 Photos
 • 3 Volunteer Photos Taken
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Natalie Herdman
Schumachers in Union Grove
I've added more. Please let me know if you want any transferred.

Added by Natalie Herdman on Feb 16, 2010 2:46 PM
Waag Ausdenmoore
Thank you very much for the fotos. Your help is greatly appreciated.

Added by Baden on Apr 28, 2009 6:47 AM
Natalie Herdman
Schumachers in Union Grove

Added by Natalie Herdman on Apr 13, 2009 4:09 PM
Loren Bender
Amy thank you for the photos of the two Ausdenmoores.You have done much more then most would do to help me. You are a credit to find a grave. I Changed providers this morning so i have to do some address tweeking with find a grave and my email addresss.So a lot is in turmoil now. I will send you my new email later thanks ever so much. Loren Bender
Added by Loren Bender on Apr 10, 2009 10:44 AM
Brent Nimmo
Mt Calvary
Here is a website wit a pdf showing where plots are in Mt Calvary (Confusing layout if you don't have maps)
Added by Brent Nimmo on Mar 22, 2009 4:51 AM
Natalie Herdman
Schumachers in Union Grove
There were other Schumacher stones around Martha's. Would you like to post memorials for those too and then I'll add the photos? Or, if they're not family members, I'll go ahead and create memorials for them.

Let me know,

Added by Natalie Herdman on Feb 10, 2009 12:29 PM

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