|Boyd Weber (#47549442)|
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|Carole K.||Leonard Clawson|
|Carole K.||nina clawson|
Hi Boyd, I have been doing pics and entries at Rest Haven. I added 2 on the Clawsons. I see the obit for Nina gives another cemetery, but the marker is at Rest Haven. Thought you might like to know. Carole
|Mike Dearbaugh||Catherine Schafer #129056845|
Please give credit to the newspaper and date of the obituary. This could be placed in the caption of the photo of the obit. Thanks very much.
|sandi lewis - malburg||woops|
I'm a decendent of Thomas, as well, via E.C. You must be talking about his D.A.R. and S.A.R.
From what I was told he was too young to "legally" serve and he was put thru when adhering to the rules were rather lax. However, his father George was approved. Sandi
|sandi lewis - malburg||Thomas Parker 1767|
|E J McHugh||RE: Nancy Ransom Oakland cem.|
Thank You. I admire that you knew E J is appropriate. It is a long history of the use of middle names to distinguish family members with the same names. ( Not siblings but cousins. ). My research on the Ransom Family of Margaretta Erie Co. is tracing Judah Ransom as the so of Captain Amasa Ransom of Colchester Conn. Still investigating bur Capt. Ransom may have taken part in the ill fated attempt by the Americans under Gen. Montgomery to Capture Quebec. His son Judah born circa 1780 later settled in the Firelands of Ohio and built and captained Schooners on the Great Lakes. One source says his was the first schooner to unload cargo in the port of Chicago. I will let know if an when I learn more.
|E J McHugh||Nancy Ransom Oakland cem.|
I am researching the death of Judah Wells Ransom, Husband of Nancy Ransom (Colt). Judah died in 1840 as captain of the schooner Helen Marr. All hands were lost. It has been reported that aboard the ship were two of Judah's Uncles. They were said to be veteran of the American Revolutionary War. I believe they are the two Ransom's buried in Harrison St Cemetery (Cholera Cemetery) in Sandusky. Any way of knowing if this is true ? Were their bodies recovered or were monuments simply placed in their honor back in the 1930's & 40's ? Thank you for checking.
|Bella Rosa||Wm H Washburn in Maple Grove in Vermilion, Erie, Ohio|
Hey Boyd...Just wondering...you added this memorial and was wondering where your info came from. Let me know when you get a moment. Thanks.
|Joanne Graham Wazny||patrick mullen|
Thank you for the transfer of Patrick Mullen! Very kind and generous of you.
|Scott G||RE: Logan Wilshire 92747871|
Hi, I don't know about his wife and mother. I can only assume they are there. His mother was cremated at Forest Lawn Glendale, but she is not there.
Added by Scott G on Mar 28, 2015 1:53 AM
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