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|Most of my memorials are family members and people that I personally knew. My intention is a very complete memorial to honor and remember these people. I also would like to complete any possible links to other memorials. These memorials are prepared by me and are not copies of newspaper obituaries or other copyrighted material.|
I am focused on the Barb,Christea, (Stark and Trumbull county Ohio)
Haller,Clayton,Long, Arnett and Bailey Families.(Virginia and West Virginia)
Rundell,Long and Neagu Families (Michigan and Indiana)
I am very interested in details about any of the memorials that I manage and would appreciate any additional information, corrections, photos or links.
If you have any information,additions or corrections please contact me by the edit tab on the memorial.
I am also interested in old cemeteries and enjoy exploring and taking pictures in them. I also enjoy filling photo requests in these cemeteries.
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|Crystal DeVault||RE: Augusta Long|
I am sorry but I am not sure what you are meaning by your last message to me. Could you elaborate please.
|CryptoGram||RE: Augusta Long|
Okay, I tracked her down: Augusta Long who is #57838507 had a husband Alonzo and died in Michigan; the Augusta Long whom I posted a picture for is #87357393, had a husband named John, and died in New York. They evidently cannot be the same person, but you have reminded me that I should try to find the maiden name of the New York lady. I'm sorry, but I thank you.
|CryptoGram||RE: Augusta Long|
Could you please give me the memorial number for the other Augusta Long who seems to be the same as 57838507 as I'm not finding her via search...thanks.
|MaryK||Pine Ridge Cemetery|
This cemetery is basically abandoned. As one of the oldest cemeteries in Bay County it has been adopted by a group called the Friends of Pine Ridge. As far as I know there are no records remaining of the burials and locations. I am unable to walk the entire cemetery to locate graves. You might contact the Friends of Pine Ridge Here's a page on the cemetery
The transcription online only gives the name and what's on the tombstone not the location.
Added by MaryK on Aug 09, 2013 6:28 AM
|Phyllis Sutton Hargreaves||e-mail?|
I am also a volunteer photographer for Find a Grave. I notice that you have taken photos in cemeteries in the Belleville WV area and I was wondering if you live in that area.
I lived on Pond Creek Road at Jerry's Run until I was about 12 years old and then we moved to Wirt County.
Several family members are buried in that area of Wood County and I would like to try to get photos of the grave markers, but I have not started there yet. Perhaps we could work together?
Do you have an e-mail address? If so would you send me a message at email@example.com
I would really like to hear from you!
Phyllis Sutton Hargreaves
|Griffith||RE: Sarah Elizabeth Nestor Haller|
Flavius Baxter Haller would have been my Great grand uncle. Michale Theodore Haller, my 2nd great grandfather.
Added by Griffith on Apr 28, 2013 9:41 PM
|Griffith||Sarah Elizabeth Nestor Haller|
Sarah Elizabeth Nestor wife of Michael Theodore Haller remarried 2-26-1873 to John Jackson Ramsey widow of Nancy Jane Keller. Sarah was my 2nd great grandmother.
Eli Francis Morrison Haller married Catherine Nestor daugter of George Washington Nestor & Amelia Poling. My searching reveals that Eli's father was John A Haller, son of George Michael Haller & Catherine Rabourn. Michael T & Eli had a brother William b 1826 & sister Isabel 1827
Added by Griffith on Apr 15, 2013 10:47 PM
|Dan Heller||RE: Hellers|
I spoke with my father and yes, he is related. He remembers George as cousin, however he does not recall Helen.
|Richard Friend||RE: Jacob Harsh|
Thank you for your time and effort on the tombstones for Jacob & Mary M Harsh. Yes, they were made of that white sandstone or whatever, which does not last like granite or other stones.
Mary Magdalene's maiden name was "Friend", she was my 4th Great Grandfather's Sister.
|Richard Friend||Mary Magdalene Harsh|
Thank you for your time and effort in taking the tombstone photo for Mary Magdalene Harsh. I also have a request in for her husband, Jacob Harsh, did you happen to notice it close by her tombstone?
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