|kim boyd-ellis (#47278294)|
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Married 35 years and a grandmother of three. I live in Hocking County Ohio. I enjoy this new found hobby, its like a good hunt! Other hobbies are swimming and fishing.|
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|Susan Miller||Robert Hanna, #119568070|
Kim, again you have sent me an edit wanting me to add birth & death info for my Robert Hanna's memorial. You have the wrong Robert to add your info to. My Robert served in the Revolutionary War which was 1775 to 1783. The birth year you sent is 1791 which is after the Rev. War, so this Robert could not have served since he had not been born, yet.
Also, it looks like you linked a Mary Williams Hanna as a wife to my Robert. You have the wrong wife for my Robert. Since I cannot unlink them, would you please delete this link?
In the past, I have declined over 4+ erroneous edits from you regarding this memorial for my Robert, including the above link to Mary Williams. I was hoping that you would get the hint that we are talking about 2 different Robert Hannas, but you keep sending me the same erroneous edits.
I understand that you are wanting to link all of the Hannas to their families, but since there are many Robert Hannas out there, including those who changed their last names, this may be an unobtainable task.
I will be most happy to add any correct info to my memorial, but please, send some kind of reliable source when you do. Thanks! Susan
|Ruth Tobias||Charles E Donaldson #69524523|
And a transfer of Charles to me also, since he is Ada's husband, unless he's part of your family Thanks again. Ruth
|Ruth Tobias||Ada E Donaldson #69524443|
Hi, Kim: Would you consider transferring Ada to my account? (#47126653) She was my grandfather's sister. PS I grew up in Logan; moved to Beavercreek in 1964. Thanks. Ruth
|S. G. Shanafelt||Merriman|
Thank you Kim. I have adjusted the memorial without taking the "M & M" out; and have added baby Moses. When linking children to Mary Flannigan Merriman...unfortunately, others have linked her sons to Mary Flowers Merriman. Thank you for your time and all you do for Find A Grave.
|Richard Arthur Fenner||RE: Wait Phebe Harris|
I had her death date as March 1 of the following year. I suspect that was her burial date once the ground thawed.
|Richard Arthur Fenner||Rhobe Fenner|
Thanks for the info. That does make sense. What was your source for the DOD?
|wvmnt||RE: Dumire Headstone|
your welcome, there are 25 photo request for that cemetery and I could only find 5 of them. I am assuming some do not have stones
Added by wvmnt on Apr 01, 2016 9:14 AM
|jsf1||RE: South Cemetery|
South Cemetery and Maple Cemetery are two different cemeteries in Monongahela Township. Maple cemetery is located in a cow pasture on the north edge of Mapletown, just off the main road. It is in very poor condition, its fences broken and many of its stones lost or damaged. I do not know exactly where in Monongahela Township. South Cemetery is, but it appears that it is located on mining company property near the Dunkard township line, as Hennen states that it is near a mine conveyor belt line. That cemetery should not be confused with the other South Cemetery in Greene Township.
Added by jsf1 on Oct 25, 2015 4:49 PM
|S. G. Shanafelt||Merriman|
If you find anything on the Merriman family, I would be interested; yes, they are my relatives. Thanking you in advance...Shari
|cynthia mullens||RE: Arnettsville Cemetery|
When I was there, I don't remember seeing a contact name for the cemetery who might have the interment records. Just looking through the internet, I only see the usual sources, like WVgenweb, and none of them has any listings for a last name beginning with an R (so no Rodericks or any variation of the spelling) in the Arnettsville Cemetery. Sorry not to be of help. I did look up Mr. Roderick's death certificate and it confirms his interment there in 1937. I don't have immediate plans to go back out there, but will let you know if I do and can remember to look for a headstone for him. Since none of the other transcriptions mention Mr. Roderick, I sort of suspect there's no marker.
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