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Thanks for taking care of that. I didn't want you to possibly miss out on a grave photo in the future because someone thought you already had one.
I remember Grace school well. It was still standing when I move to CA in 1982 - it was an adult education center then. Now it's a VW dealership. :( I used to live for awhile near Market and Maple and I am so sad that all the houses in the area are just about gone. Whole neighborhoods have vanished in this town; partly thru unemployment and attrition; partly thanks to Summa and AkronU :(
West High is still there - it is senior housing now.
Added by Zella on Mar 02, 2013 8:44 PM
What threw me off on your genealogy that you listed for me was the father you had for Thomas William Johnson 25 Nov 1827, Ainderby Steeple, Northallerton, Yorkshire, England - 17 Dec 1910, Caseville, Huron County, Michigan. I have his father as Anthony 1796 England-Abt 1831. He died in the crossing to America and was buried at sea in the Atlantic Ocean. His widow, Ann Cudberson Eyre 23 Sep 1800 England -12 Sep 1886 Avon, Lorain County, Ohio then married 26 Dec 1832, Jonathan Lucas.
Added by Kathy on Feb 07, 2013 4:54 PM
Roy...we are certainly some kind of cousins. William McKinley Johnson married Esther Dean Jackson, a daughter with my great grandfather's, John Wm Jackson, second wife, Meri V. Standen. My line is from JWJ 1st marriage to Cora Gladys Johnson [no relation to the Wm McK Johnson family that I know of].JWJ was the father of Erwin John Jackson. EJJ married Lillie Bell Perkins and their daughter Dorothy Lavinia Jackson, married Clair Eugene Reynolds and their daughter, Evelyn Jean Reynolds, married Donald Allen Yancer, and then there was me. I did find one person in your accounting that does not match mine. I will reaffirm or disprove my data in the next day or so and then share it with you. The Jackson-Johnson reunion is every August in Lorain County, Ohio and this may be the 75th coming up. I will certainly let you know the date.
Shall we compare additional notes? Kathy
Added by Kathy on Jan 26, 2013 8:04 PM
|Kathy||Max Donald Johnson|
Thank you very much, Roy, for the transfer. Kathy
Added by Kathy on Jan 25, 2013 9:58 PM
Roy; My number is 47221552 and the transfer is for Donald M. Johnson, number 87774889. I am including the transfer instructions. I hope this is what you requested. Thank you. Kathy
How do I transfer a memorial that I manage to another contributor or to Find A Grave to manage and update?
You must be logged in, and you must manage the memorial you are going to transfer. You will also need the other contributor's Contributor ID #. They should have provided that number when they asked for the transfer (it is next to their name on their contributor page). If you are transferring the memorial to Find A Grave to manage, the contributor ID # is 8. (If you would like to transfer all of the memorials you have added to a particular cemetery to Find A Grave to manage, please send us an email with your contributor ID # and a link to the cemetery involved, and we can transfer your memorials to Find A Grave for you all at once.)
After you log in, go to the memorial page you are going to transfer. There will be a link on the right side of the memorial page, under the person's name, that says Transfer Management. Click on the link. Add the other contributor's ID # in the box on the Transfer Management of Memorial page that comes up, and click on the transfer this memorial button. NOTE: Once you have transferred the memorial, you will no longer be able to edit or update it.
Added by Kathy on Jan 25, 2013 4:34 PM
Dear Roy, If you would transfer my uncle's site to me, I will update his information and connect him to the rest of his family. Thank you very much. Kathy
Added by Kathy on Jan 25, 2013 11:23 AM
Thanks for bringing Blanche to my attention again. I had forgotten to post the photo of her headstone. All four of the Rhineberger memorials belong to you, now, so I hope that you find more portraits--smile!
Added by JanisG on Mar 21, 2012 12:09 PM
|JanisG||Rhineberger family at Glendale, Morrow, Ohio|
Thanks for getting back to us so soon. The photo has been posted, and we created memorials for the other three people buried with him. I did a quick search of the people to add more info to the memorials; feel free to add to or change whatever is incorrect. As soon as I finished creating the three new memorials, I transferred them to you. If you don't want the upkeep, please feel free to transfer them back to me. I'd like to see them with a family member. Great picture of James the elder. Hope you have a matching one for Blanche--smile!
Added by JanisG on Mar 21, 2012 10:30 AM
|Thomas Henning||George Gearheart|
Sorry I have taken so long to get back to you. I had to take some much needed time off. Now I am back and ready to go. I don't think I have taken a photo of George's grave but I will check. I looks like I will not be able to take any photos at Mt. Hope for a while. If you would like I could transfer George to you. I am not related.
You are very welcome.
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