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The oldest child of four, I was born in Seoul, South Korea to an American father and a Korean mother, who met while my father served in the U.S. Army. My father passed away in a tragic accident when I was 8 years old. Between the ages of 8 and 21, my life has been filled with lots of experiences, which I commonly refer to as the "soap opera years". Bill and I married in 1992, and we have been blessed with 3 beautiful children -- Katherine, Joshua, and Taylor. While Bill served in the U.S. Navy, we were stationed in Italy for nearly 6 years. It was a wonderful and a special time including the birth of our youngest daughter in Naples. We returned stateside in 1998 and were stationed in Columbus, Ohio, where we have since made our home. Shortly after our return, I lost my mother due to a medical mishap. In 2002, my entire family accepted Christ and was baptized together. It is a wonderful, sweet memory that I will never forget, and a once-in-a-lifetime experience that I will always treasure. I have a great love for the Lord Jesus Christ. I love to share what He has shown me, and hear what He has done for others. My greatest hope is that you share the same passion.|
Whenever I visit a cemetery, I try to take pictures of the gravestones and upload them into Find A Grave. I am researching the Dill (Warren County), Antle (Athens County), and Welch (Athens and Franklin Counties) families. I can be found on Facebook at facebook.com/kathy.antle.1 or on ancestry.com as asiantle. Feel free submitting photo requests or contacting me for inquiries to the families I am researching. I will help if I can. Happy hunting!
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|Nadine Gauthier Heppell||Memorial # 54631541|
You have William M. HENRY [1835-1913] linked as the FATHER of Hannah M. HENRY [1835-1863]. Is Hannah, perhaps a FIRST WIFE of William? He married Mary R. MOORE 28 Sep 1864.
|Jim||Memorial #54625088 - Henry|
Hi! I was doing a bit of research and came across additional info for this memorial. The bdate I'm submitting for correction I gathered from a Son's of American Revolution application. Just wanted to tell you in case the info I gathered there was incorrect.
Thanks - Jim
Added by Jim on Dec 04, 2015 3:04 PM
|Bonnie L. Flowers Farley||Transfer|
I have found another Wyatt that you have made a memorial page for. Alice Rice is the dau. Of Fredrick & Polly. I have a book that list the graves of all of the graves of Amesville Cemetery. She is right beside them, the date matches, & the book says same as below, which is Fredrick. I wanted to connect her with her parents, but there is no parent connection on her page, do you know how to correct that so that I can connect her to her parents? Will you transfer her to me. Please help me with the parent transfer thing if you can. Thank you for your help once again.
|Bonnie L. Flowers Farley||Family History|
You have turned Fredrick C. & Polly B Smith Wyatt over to me, I am requesting that you turn over their youngest son Hubert E. Wyatt, Hubert's wife Jennie Wharff Wyatt & their son, William B. Wyatt. they are all buried at Amesville Cemetery. Thank you for your efforts on my behalf.
|Bonnie L. Flowers Farley||Amesville Cemetery|
You have turned Fredrick C. Wyatt over to me, I'm now requesting that you turn his wife Polly B. Smith Wyatt over to me also. Thanks for all you do on the Wyatt family line.
|Bonnie L. Flowers Farley||Findagrave.com photo|
Do you do volunteer work taking photographs at cemeteries ?
I found one you had posted as Hendricks Wyatt. The headstone is lying on it's side, but on top of what I believe to be it's base. It is the headstone for my 2x's Great Grandparentsthe first name is actually Fredrick the F can barley be seen ( since I know what it is ) & the top of the R I can't make out, but the other info. matches. I'm sure his wife's info is on one of the other sides too. She was Polly B. Smith Wyatt. Please let me know if you volunteer for Find A Grave.com. There are several Wyatt's buried at Amesville Cemetery, & I am related to almost all of them. My 2x's, 3x's & 4x's great grandparents & most of their children & grandchildren are buried here.they are all in pretty much one area ( I have been to this cemetery, but it was about 15 years ago. I am disabled now & unable to travel, so I can not make a trip across 3 1/2 states unfortunately. Would you consider turning Fredrick over to me? Thank you for your efforts on my behalf.
|Rosemary McFarland||Brown transfers|
Thank you so very much for the transfers of my family members. I appreciate all you did in creating them.
|Patty||RE: Clarks Chapel Cemetery|
Thank You very much. Patty
Added by Patty on Oct 16, 2014 2:26 PM
|Jim Adair||Dr. William A Adair|
Thank you very much for photographing my Grandfather Dr. William A Adair and his wife Lucy Patterson. I did not know he had a prior marriage Emma Brown. Best Jim Adair
Thank you so much for taking the photograph of LaVanna's headstone, I really appreciate it. She is my cousin.
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