|Sharon Leon||Elizabeth Nutter correction|
After checking, I see that she was from a different marriage, so wouldn't have been on my Powell tree. Sharon
|Sharon Leon||Elizabeth Nutter|
Thank you for the nice headstone photos. I think this young Elizabeth Nutter might've been a distant cousin on my Powell branch. Sharon
|baack40||RE: Rosalie Nutter Ott|
You got confused. LOL No Sharon is not baack40. My name is Penny. I do a lot of picture posing for Sharon tho. You are very welcome for the transfer. Any others just let me know.
Added by baack40 on Apr 08, 2015 4:42 PM
|baack40||RE: Rosalie Nutter Ott|
Transferred but FYI it is so much easier when the transfer is requested through the edit system option 6. Edit button is on the top of the memorial page on the right side. Glad you located her and that she is now with family.
Added by baack40 on Apr 07, 2015 6:55 PM
|Sharon Leon||RE: John T, Nutter information|
Hi - The book isn't indexed, so I'm not sure if he's the only Nutter pictured in the book. I learn something new about Hocking Co. every time I pick up the book. It looks like Logan is going to celebrate the 200th anniversary of their founding in 2016, then Hocking Co. will celebrate that milestone in 2018. Do you know when John T. Nutter opened his general store in Gore? The info. with the photo doesn't say. I was wondering if any of my Gore vicinity ancestors shopped there. The photo might be from the collection of the Hocking Co. Historical Society. I haven't been in touch with them. Sharon
|Sharon Leon||John T, Nutter information|
Hi - I see that you added the photo for the John T. Nutter headstone. Did you know that there's a photo of John T. Nutter in front of his general store in Gore on pg. 23 of 2011 book "Logan and Hocking County" by Judith S. Maniskas? I got a copy of the book at Amazon.com awhile back at the urging of a schoolteacher acquaintance in Logan. Every time I pick up the book and look through it, I learn something new. Sharon
|Jean Perrine Schultz||William Marlow|
Are you a relative of William Marlow buried in Perry, Ohio
I was wondering if you were related to the forsythe/yahn/householders from junction city,bremen,crossenville ohio area.I have a collection of pics and obits if you are interested
|Sharon Leon||Susan Angel|
Thank you for the suggestion. I overlooked doing that. Catarrh could have been a number of health issues, such as asthma, bronchitis, pneumonia, or a severe allergic reaction where she was unable to breathe. I didn't find any more on her family, so they might've left the area after she died.
|Sharon Leon||RE: Barnes & Nixon headstones|
There is a transcript of the cemetery in the Monday Creek Twp. cemeteries book that's being sold by the Perry Co. Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society. If you haven't been in touch with Sue Saylor firstname.lastname@example.org in New Lexington, I know she'd be interested in what you're doing for their genealogical collection at the public library. Also, Penny Taylor has spoken with the owner or caretaker of the property and received permission to photograph the headstones. She's been planning to visit the cemetery with the owner or caretaker, who offered to guide her to the spot. Penny is at email@example.com. I can understand why the property owner might be concerned about liability. Perhaps if there was a law protecting private property owners, they would be more friendly towards those who want to visit a cemetery on their land
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