|Brian Lightfoot||Florence Charlotte Fast|
You might have missed her gravestone or it might have been vandalized and/or removed. Check with the sexton or whoever has possession of the burial records. Any funeral home in the area will tell you who the contact is.
And there are indeed two Roebuck cemeteries in Mercer county. The other cemetery is also known as "12 Mile Creek Cemetery" and is a much smaller, family type cemetery with I believe only a dozen or two interments (only in Mercer county, huh?). The main Roebuck cemetery is located at 11814 Frysinger Road so it sounds as if you were at the correct one.
I'm not sure but I believe her gravestone should be near or adjacent to her parents. And I don't know why her married name of Brunn does not appear on the gravestone. Maybe family members changed it after all these years and it now reads Brunn. Doubtful but possible. Her husband, after re-marriage was buried in Auglaize county.
Brian L. Lightfoot
|Alexis||George Burrill Western Cemetery|
George Burrill was probably moved to an unmarked area of the cemetery as most of the 1600-early 1700 graves were vandalized. I have continually searched, but I have not been able to find it.
Added by Alexis on May 31, 2015 6:56 PM
|John Burrell||Archibald Burrell|
I am most interested in contacting the person who supplied the pictures of Archibald and Charity Burrell in Prairie View cemetery of Coshocton County Ohio. Archibald was a brother of my GrGrandfather Benjamin B. Burrell. I am hoping we can share photos.
thanks a bunch,
Thank you so much for the picture. Thank you for your time, RLokken
Added by r lokken on Sep 04, 2014 7:23 PM
Thank you so much for the picture and your time. Have a nice day, RLokken
Added by r lokken on Jul 27, 2014 6:34 PM
|Patricia Huffman||George and Mary Huffman grave stones|
Thank you so much for the excellent photos of my husband's relatives grave stones. We are really glad to have these particular pictures. You do have photographic skills for this work.
|Janice Lapp||Norman Cemetery Requests|
This cemetery is in very bad shape & I went there and took every photo I could. It is small & there are very few stones left. So, if I was able to take a photo of someone's stone it has already been posted on their site. Otherwise, there is no stone left for them.
|RickC||Ramsey request # 33244965|
I saw your request for a photo of the Ramsey marker. Do you know what this marker may be. I see that the person who posted the memorial posted it in 2009. I found a marker that says Ramsey on the back and that is all, but the front has two names. One person died in 2012 and the other person appears to still be living. Would this be the marker you are requesting. It may have been when he read the marker that is all it had on it was the last name and nothing on the front. I may just post the back side on his sight and then create a new posting for the person that died in 2012. Let me know what you think. Thanks
Added by RickC on Jun 14, 2014 10:47 AM
Hi again, Angela,
I just went into the Dines memorials to transfer them to you and found I didn't manage them. This is too funny! Typically, when I upload records to Find A Grave, I eventually go back and research the person to connect him or her to the parents. I use Ancestry to find those relationships. In this case, I must have used your tree. I don't even know which record began my connection quest for the Dines! The offer still stands. If you stumble across anything profiles I've added who relate to you, they are yours. By the way, if you want me to credit your photos with your full name instead of your tree, send me what you want me to add along with the profile number, and I will change the credit line.
|Observer4wing||RE: Dines Family|
No, I am not related to the Dines family. Thank you for appreciating my intention with the use of your family photos. I will happily transfer management of whatever profiles you are related to if you would please just put in a request for transfer. I believe family members should manage their kith and kin. Thank you for your note and appreciation.
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