|Deb Allison (#47250886)|
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|I am currently the president of the Logan County Genealogical Society. We are working on redoing our cemetery books that were written in the early 1980's. If you are local and might be interested in walking and recording a cemetery, please contact me.|
I am involved in several volunteer activites as well as working part time. Please forgive me if I don't thank you immediately for filling one of my requests. But know that I am very grateful for everyone that takes the time to find and photograph one of my ancestors headstones. I know the time and work involved. If I have fulfilled a request for you and you thanked me, know that I enjoying walking the cemeteries, taking the photos and knowing that I am helping someone else research their family. I will acknowledge your thanks as soon as possible as I am working an emails from several months ago.
Many of the memorials I have set up are as a result of recording the cemeteries and not because they are related to me. If I have a memorial of your family member, ask and I will transfer it as long as they are not related to my husband or myself. Again, please give me time.
I would like to give a great big Thank You to the sextons of Greenwood Cemetery-Degraff, Fairview Cemetery-West Liberty, Bellefontaine Cemetery-Bellefontaine, and all the staff at Jennings-Farley Funeral Home/Highland Memorial Gardens-West Liberty. Because of these wonderful, helpful people, I have a fun time volunteering for Find-A-Grave. They all make my search for the requested headstones very simple.
Families I am researching include: Stayrook/Wren, Allison/Easton, Dawson/Wilson (from Canada) and Lindsey/Aiken.
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|Linda Lung||RE: James K. Ackles|
Just me again, from what I can discern, James Ackels is not the ancester of my family. James Ackels was never married. From a marriage license James Ackles and Mary Ann Woodland were married in 1854. Although I do believe this marriage ended in divorce. However on the marriage license the name is spelled Ackles, which doesn't necessarily prove the spelling is correct. Anyway, I am going to remove my James K. Ackles from findagrave. Thanks for all that you do. Linda
|Linda Lung||RE: James K. Ackles|
OK thanks. will look into this. Linda
Thank you so much for the Schultz photo!!
Added by Laura on Apr 12, 2013 8:22 AM
|Paul Downing||Sarah Seaman|
Deb, Thanks so much for the picture. Tks for all the work you and all the other volunteers do to make our research easier. I have been searching for a Catherine Sheets Seaman 1777-1834 & husband Jonah Seaman 1770-1836 I am hoping dates are correct. Info is pointing to deaths in Clinton Co. Ohio... If you find anything on these 2 I would appreciate anything you run across.
Tks Paul's sister Becky Tabor
Thanks for the headstone pic of John Homan, it was greatly appricated
Added by TWilson on Apr 09, 2013 8:43 AM
|Linda Lung||James K. Ackles|
Thank you so much for the photo. I appreciate it. Linda
Thanks so much for taking the time and trouble to take this photo of our ancestor's grave! It is much appreciated!
|Dave Smith||John Andrew Smith|
Thank you for the fine work. John A. Smith and Maragret Aikin Smith are my great grandparents on my paternal side.
I have become involved in Find A Grave as the result of my genealogical interests. I got started by becoming interested in finding out what I could about John and Margaret's parents who spent their lives near Cambridge, Ohio.
Keep up the good work. I can never hope to equal your involvement.
David R. Smith
Sister Bay, Wisconsin
Thank you so much for the photos of Grant's headstone!! I really appreciate all the work you're doing with the genealogical society and the cemetery records. If I lived close I would love to walk a cemetery with you! One day, I hope to take a trip to Ohio to visit graves of several ancestors.
Would you be able to tell me what it would take to restore a family burial site that is located in what is now a cow pasture on private land? The people buried there are not only my ancestors but were revolutionary war soldiers and early settlers in Ohio. It's such a shame that their burial place is all but gone. :(
|Glenn Wallace||William and Lulu Mae Reyner|
THANK YOU, DEB~!! I appreciate that you found and photographed their stone~~~ I hope the weather wasn't to nasty for you!
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