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I am fascinated with genealogy. My grandmother had me plant flowers on gravesites for her when she could no longer do it herself. I kept up that tradition for her as long as I lived close enough to do so. I enjoy the things you can learn reading old markers and stones. The families in my tree include: Rudd; Good; Miller; Reid; Mathews; Jones and all the people who contributed to our genetic pool! The main stomping grounds for our families are central Ohio, West Virginia panhandle, southern Michigan and Pennsylvania. I, of course, live 12 hours from those spots!|
Please feel free to use the photos of the monuments/tombstones in any way you see fit. That is why I post them here.
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|Anastasia Schmidt||Thank you|
Thanks, very kindly, for the transfers of Albert Jasper Smith and Loretta Matheny. I will be putting up some more info. about them in the next few days.
|Mike Ohio||Alice Cole 66589746|
In accordance with your request, I have added the following links on her Memorial:
Edwin Bargus father 66635083
Harriet Bargus mother 66634969
If you would like a transfer, I will be glad to do so.
|Nancy Palicka||Ann Chambers Quigley|
Ann Chambers was the daughter of John Wesley and Elizabeth Cecil Chambers who were my 3 X great grandparents. firstname.lastname@example.org
|Barbara Schaffer||Pearl DeMarsh|
I linked Pearl to her husband Harold. Thanks!
|Alexandra||RE: Location of graveyard|
Hello Sunshine - yes, I can figure it out from that. Thanks! I'll see if I can get by there and find the stones.
This is such a great web page, isn't it?
|George Dujanovic||RE: Job|
|Alexandra||Location of graveyard|
Hello Sunshine - a fellow Find a grave person has asked for some photos for your Gurney road cemetery, but there is no map. Would you be able to add the map or coordinates?
|Shirley Myers Braunbeck||Re: Archibald Wilson|
I have made the corrections that you requested. Thank you for your input and for being a part of the Find A Grave project.
|Gene Wilt||Reuben A Moorman|
Milledgeville Plymouth Cemetery
Suggested corrections have been made.
You have my permission to use the photos for personal use.
Thanks for the information.
Washington Court House
Fayette County, Ohio 43160
|Jan Kessel Hardin||RE: Ruckman Cemetery|
Thanks for the quick reply. I think this may be correct, that baby James was born in 1880 and died in 1881. Makes more sense doesn't it? LOL! Quite possible that Martha died in or just after childbirth and baby James died not much later on.
According to the W. Va. archives site Martha E. & Samuel Welling had a son, James T. Welling, on Oct 16 1880 and he died Sept 18 1881. Both born & died in Jefferson District, Pleasants Co., W. Va.. Looks like the stone is just incorrect or really hard to read. Thanks for everything.
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