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I am interested/passionate in the Geneology of the Altgelt, Outgelt, Outcalt, Outcault, Outcelt and extended Outcalt related Families. Maintaining, and preserving a legacy for future Outcalt & extended family generations to enjoy. I am happy to manage any of the aforementioned memorials and am welcome to receive any inquiries regarding the memorials or anything related to the families. |
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Sorry Andy..the two in Brunswick are OUTCAST rather than Outcalt
I am sorry I do not know who would be next to him. I will save the message and will see if I can relocate it when I am there in the summer. I was lost for a bit.. I went to the Outcalt memorials I have and found two in Brunswick Ga!! Coincidence.
|Leslie Smith||Bender - Leo|
I have added photos for your Bender - please see also Curtis Bender in the group.
Thank you for the link to Peter's father. I have added it to his memorial.
Added by labudd on Sep 22, 2013 8:36 PM
|Honoring those who have gone before||Samuel W. Baker and wife Jennie|
Links, additions and transfer all done. Take care of them and love them.
Honoring those who have gone before.
|Marguerite||RE: Hunger Family|
Thanks Andy - so glad Henriette found a home & reunion and the photos added to your Memorials !
Each find is so special.
|Theresa ||Preston Outcelt|
I've transferred him to you after adding a headstone picture. I hope that was okay.
Added by Theresa on Aug 12, 2013 10:20 PM
Silas was buried in Section 107, Resv A-31. I'll pick up a map for that section and do a search on my next visit.
|Anonymous||Silas and Ida's home|
Me, again. I noticed on the marriage certificate that Silas Camp's home address was listed as 297 Dana Ave, here in Columbus, Ohio. I thought you might be interested in a photo of the house as it is now. The photo was taken by the county auditor in 2011.
Dana Ave is in the area of the city known as Franklinton. This is the oldest area of our city, dating back to 1797. This next link will take you to the transfer history of the property and you can see the dates when Silas and Ida owned the property.
|Anonymous||RE: Ida May Rinard-Dauber-Camp #47728393|
Hi, Andy. I make it a practice to always take photos of the surrounding markers with the same surname as the one requested. There were no other stones with the name Camp in the vicinity of Ida's stone. However, according to Ohio marriage records, she married Silas E. Camp, who was indeed buried in Green Lawn, though I don't know just where yet. If you would do me a favor and put in a request for a photo of Silas's stone, I'll research the location on my next visit and see if we can't get you a photo soon. Here's a link to the marriage record, showing that Silas is the right Camp. There are four marriages recorded on the page, and the one you want is on the lower right:
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