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Bob Crowl (#47534872)
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Bio Photo I've been hooked on genealogy ever since my aunt published her book on the Crowl family history in 1988. I have researched my mother's family tree (McClellan/Burnip/Wollam/Zellers of Columbiana Co., Ohio) and my paternal grandmother's lineage (Dutton/Henry of Carroll and Jefferson counties, Ohio). Most of my work is contained on my tree "...the threads that began you and me" which depicts the ancestral "threads" of my grandchildren. The title is from a poem written by my paternal grandmother, Eva Dutton Crowl (1904-1967). My training as a scientist (Ph.D. in Molecular Biology) has provided me with a skill set useful for genealogy, especially with database 'mining'
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 • 6 Memorials Managed
 • 45 Photos
 • 2 Photo Requests
 • 11 Volunteer Photos Taken
Messages left for Bob Crowl (23)[Leave Message]
Barb D
RE: request to manage memorial #134582461
Happy to make the transfer of your uncle's memorial.
Added by Barb D on Aug 21, 2014 10:14 PM
RE: location of Old Mountain Creek Cemetery?
No. Old Mountain Creek Cemetery is located off of Mountain Creek Road out some 50-100 yds in some trees. All it is some field stones with names scratched onto them. I found it in 2004 and it was hard to find. I searched about an hour or two before finding it. I could not tell you how to find it again. You would need some local person that knows where it is. I am sorry cannot help you further. CDCarter
Added by cdcarter on Jun 10, 2014 6:53 AM
Richard Culler
Hi Bob,

Do you know about the edit button at the top of your. Look straight up and you will see it. I didn't know about it and found a lot of updates that was sent to me. Just checking, because I sent you some updates.

Take Care, Richard
Added by Richard Culler on Mar 11, 2014 3:13 PM
Carolyn Owen
RE: photo taken from
Mr. Crowl, I did not copy the photo in question from your Tree on It was sent to me by my cousin with whom we have a common McClellan ancestor.I asked if it was okay to post the picture of the tombstone on Find A Grave right after the ceremony. He was at the ceremony & even took part in it.
I'm sure you are aware that whatever information you post on ancestry, whether it be data or media becomes part of the public domain. I myself have posted photos on trees & have discovered them on many other ancestry trees.
I wish you well in your research and if there is anything I might do to assist you in your research of the McClellan line, please don't hesitate to ask. Carolyn
Added by Carolyn Owen on Nov 27, 2013 10:33 AM
RE: thank you!
It's a blast. Glad I could get your picture. Linda
Added by Linda on Nov 10, 2013 7:38 PM
John Page
Skeeles mem. 37332323

My Info. comes from Vol. 4, Pg. 186 of the Tusc. Co. Cem. Records.

Largo, Fl.
Added by John Page on Jul 12, 2013 4:54 AM
Richard Culler
Culler headstone's
Thanks Bob!! I went by William's death certificate, that stated he was buried in the Culler Family cemetery. Thanks again for clearing it up for me. Take Care, Richard
Added by Richard Culler on May 25, 2013 8:19 PM
RE: thanks for the information
so, another in the 171 plots is Vilmina Kiturah Shipley Wagner md Charles H Wagner 6 Jan 1886 his 1st wife?

Also some Haines are buried there in #172 plots
Added by Max on Mar 31, 2013 9:31 PM
RE: thanks for the information
Deer Park Cemetery
to answer some of your question of whether some of Mary's children could be buried in Deer Park Mary M Wagner is in plot 171-8
Charles H Wagner plot 171-7
John Wagner is in plot 171-4 inscription says son of unreadable and Mary Wagner
Infant Wagner plot 171-5

do you know who Charles 1st wife was? Also there are several children buried in plots numbered in the 166's
Arthur 166-4
C. Bradford 166-3
Eea 166-4 I've got to check the spelling of that name
Added by Max on Mar 31, 2013 9:16 PM
RE: thanks for the information
there are 3 Clara's buried in Deer Park: Clara E. Andrews b.1886; Clara Coppersmith b. 1882 and Clara Owings b. 1900

2 Minnies are buried there: Minnie Holmes b. 1871 and Minnie Webster, b. 1876
Added by Max on Mar 31, 2013 8:45 PM
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