|Christina ||Levi Walls|
I have posted a photo for the grave location. He does not have a visible marker. He is located to the right of the visible marker in the photo.
|L Poe||Eliza Jackson|
I posted the picture of her stone today. She actually died in 1843 and was moved to Spring Grove in 1867. have requested edit to change the death date. there are several of these small stones and I have asked that they all be corrected, they were moved from a cememtery in Green Township, Ohio. they include Eliza, Sarah, Walter, Sarah C., Andrew. Hope this helps.
Added by L Poe on Aug 04, 2012 11:49 AM
I have completed your transfers. In the future if you have others please use the edit tab, then send a correction etc. This will send me a direct link to the memorial and include your information.
It is so much easier.
|L Poe||Oliver Vanemon|
I looked in the area where he is buried, and there is no stone for him, I posted a picture of the area where he is buried.
Added by L Poe on Jul 10, 2012 5:32 PM
|Tracy Babb||Reed Research|
I am trying to findinfo for a Guy Wilburt Reed. Is there any connection to you? All i have for info is he was with my grandmother Lillian Sturgess. (not sure if they was ever married or not)There was two kids from this. I do not have an accurate birth date but it seems to be in the late 1870's to 1895. Parents are John and Ella Reed. Any help or input if you have any would be appreciated.
|Law-Miller Roots||RE: ella reed|
You're quite welcome. Unfortunately, I didn't get a good close-up photo of the tombstone. I should be at Dunkirk Cemetery again soon, so will remember to get that shot when I am there.
Are you sure he is in Ridgelawn in Elyria? I went there today spoke to the grounds keeper... We looked for an hour with no luck. He is either an unmaked grave or he is not there. Do you have any other information on him that we can try to go by?
Added by SarahJay on Feb 27, 2012 4:32 PM
|Paul B||RE: markleys???|
I have now posted memorials and information for my ancestor Markleys.
Perhaps you can find a connection.
Added by Paul B on Jan 05, 2012 7:34 PM
|Paul B||RE: markleys???|
Yes, but there are a lot of Markleys. It would help if we had a common ancestor. Is it possible that you have John Markey (1809-1870) as part of your tree? If you provide me with your oldest Markley ancestor, I can try to find a link.
Added by Paul B on Dec 19, 2011 6:47 PM
|Linda ||Freddie Jackson #65121282|
Freddie Jackson is buried in section 13 (aka pg 13) lot 5605 grave 12. I searched the whole section and beyond and could not find a marker.
Added by Linda on Nov 16, 2011 3:59 PM
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