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Linda Chambliss (#47528236)
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Photo request for Isaac Tobin #6062528
Hi. I posted a photo of the plot where Mr. Tobin is buried. He is buried in an unmarked grave in his daughter Emma Rotramel's plot. The only stone is the Rotramel obelisk. The same holds true for his wife Matilda. Sorry there was no better result but at least you know where they are now.
Added by BjJ on Apr 30, 2015 5:51 AM
Bryan Ainsworth Mooney
Sawyer graves
Thank you for the photos. I appreciate your time.
Added by Bryan Ainsworth Mooney on Jan 10, 2015 11:59 AM
Donna White
RE: Lawrence Pleasant
You're welcome. I kind of wanted that one myself...both of them...and didn't even know you had the other request up on here..donna white
Added by Donna White on Aug 19, 2014 7:44 AM
RE: Cave Family
So sorry I missed this until now! If I remember correctly, the older graves, including the babies and their parents (Joseph and Anna), are not too far from the old "dead house" stone building in the old cemetery (which is the huge cemetery on the east side of Olentangy River Road). The dead house (or old office) is the only building in that part of the cemetery. There is a detailed map here:

I remember for certain that the graves are on the western edge of one of the N-S crossroads situated to the east of the dead house. You cannot miss the graves from the road. Look along the two road sections in the linked map that say "SECTION OLD" and are aligned with the road labeled "SECTION 1915" exiting on Dodridge.
Added by KatieABK on Aug 12, 2014 2:14 PM
loryn baldwin
RE: David Bell
Your welcome. It took awhile to figure out and be sure this one was his, but I'm happy to help!
Added by loryn baldwin on Jul 12, 2014 4:17 PM
Sherry Champlin
David Bell 21339366
Hi, Linda - Just in case you don't get a picture of this stone, a little 2003, this cemetery was read by members of the Trumbull County Genealogical Society. At that time, they found David Bell's stone to be in 3 separate pieces; "chipped, broken, panel fallen, stained".
Added by Sherry Champlin on Feb 26, 2014 5:17 PM
RE: Mary Young Marshall #42081366
Hi, Linda,

I transferred Mary's memorial to you. I'm not sure about the burial place of her husband, William. When the weather improves, I can search around that area again and see if I locate him with his second wife.

Added by KatieABK on Feb 17, 2014 7:10 AM
RE: 37090282 Joseph Cave
Sorry, but I cannot add Joseph to his parents ... I am not the creator of his memorial. Usually you need to contact the contributor/creator, but it appears they are "inactive". You'll need to contact the Administrators of FindAGrave, and ask that they transfer his memorial to you. Afterwards, you'll be able to add his links. Sorry, wish I could have helped.
Added by Candy on Jan 04, 2014 5:35 PM
erin pope
Elice Munn
Thank you for taking this photo. I have just joined the DAR and it is really helpful to see headstones when filling out that paperwork. Best Wishes,
Erin Pope
Added by erin pope on Jun 27, 2013 8:39 AM
Arthur Little
Robert Leist
Thank you for the photo of the memorial stone. I appreciate all you volunteers. I refer to you as our boots on the ground in the preservation of these memories.
Added by Arthur Little on Jun 15, 2013 3:37 PM
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