|Audrey Allison (#47250896)|
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I am researching the following: Buchecker, Buhecker, Bohecker, Boohecker, Stacey, Stacy, Greiner, Ermlich and Ulbrich.|
Please do not use any of my personal photo's anywhere where else. You can use the cemetery headstone photo's as long as I am credited for it.
We are all here to help each other out. So please be respectful.
It isn't a problem for me to edit or add to the memorials that I have made. If you have anything of interest please send it by way of edit tab, even whole obits.
** PLEASE DO NOT USE THESE SUBSTANCES ON GRAVESTONES:**
CHALK; FLOUR; COCOA; PAINTS; CORNMEAL; CORN STARCH;SOAPS; CLEANSERS; BLEACH; SHAVING CREAM; INK MARKERS;BABY POWDER; BAKING POWDER; BAKING SODA; POWDERED SUGAR; AMMONIA; PEROXIDE; DETERGENTS.
In some cases, cemetery owners and next of kin have brought criminal charges against those whom have used these substances on the headstones.
** TRY THESE METHODS: **
LED LIGHTS; CHEAP ALUMINUM FOIL; SPRAYING WATER ON STONE; PHOTO EDITING PROGRAMS; MIRRORS TO REFLECT LIGHT & SHADOWS; USE NATURAL SUN LIGHT & SUN SET; SNOW.
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|Carol Bickle Marquez||RE: Donald McDougall|
I know that we are probably all related with that last name. Have you checked back at White Earth, Minnesota to see if you can find anything there? That is how I found my relatives. Its a lot of hard work, but it is nice to know where you come from.
|Carol Bickle Marquez||Donald McDougall|
I have an ancestry chart showing that my great grandfather's parents were Peter McDougall and Lizzie Trotchaud.
Carol Bickle Marquez
|Clyde Gangawere||Ml# 88674964|
This memorial information should apply to Memorial # 5311916 who happens to be the father of the James W Gongaware of this headstone. Apparently someone attempted to get it corrected on 2012 but no correction was initiated..... Please make the effort to make it right. Clyde Gangawere
|Gerald "Jerry" Hobson||Shive and Hall, Oakdale Cemetery|
Thanks for posting the marker photos for these folks. I'm grateful for your help.
|Anitra Kraus||memorial 73256080|
A link can be added John Vitko to Agnes Franko Vitko 66690619 The Vitko Family is an extended part of my family. My maternal grandmother's sister was married to Agne's son Stephen. You will find the other family links on that memorial site.
Thank you, so very much, for taking the wonderful photo of the Canning graves. I truly appreciate it.
Added by Odhran on Jul 17, 2016 8:19 AM
|Kathy Mattaliano||Idella Case memorial|
The name is Ella Case born in 1883 not 1863 . The only other Idella Case I know is my great Grandmother who was born in 1855 and died in 1915. This monument is for Alpheus Eugene ,his wife Ellen Francis , Ella Case and Mary Eugena Case . Give more info on your Idella Case . She might be a relative .
Thank you for the picture of their markers.
Added by ms1952 on Jul 10, 2016 1:28 PM
|Kathie Heller||Thompson S. Irwin|
Hello, Allison. Thanks so much for all the work you have done on the Irwin graves in Columbiana County. I am trying to determine if T.S.Irwin(Thompson Snodgrass Irwin, born in PA ~1818, died in Columbiana Coynty, OH Sep 1858), is the son of my 4th great grandfather, Ambrose Irwin and his wife, Anna Thompson. They were Scotch-Irish immigrants who came from Ireland about 1806, settled in Westmoreland Co, PA, then Columbiana Co., OH, and finally in Mecca Twp, Trumbull Co., OH where Ambrose died in 1858 and Anna died in 1852.
If you have any information that would confirm the relationship of Thompson Irwin and Ambrose Irwin, please let me know.
Thanks. Kathie Irwin Heller
|Kathy Mattaliano||Alpheus Case Headstone|
Thank you so much ! This is a really big find ! My great-grandmother was Idella Keziah Case . This will provide more documentation for all names involved on the stone .
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