|C Heilig (#47786949)|
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|I am a native of southern Illinois and have been a genealogist for nearly 20 years. |
Please contact me if you want me to transfer management of a memorial or have corrections or additions. I am currently working with another volunteer to more fully document Mount Hope Cemetery in Belleville.
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|Don Stout||Joseph Reynolds Photo|
Thank you so much for the great photo for Joseph. I really appreciate your help! Don Stout
|Wanda||John & Martha [Carter] Moreland Photo|
Thanks so much for taking time to photo the final resting place of these two people. Your time and effort is appreciated.
Added by Wanda on Nov 27, 2013 6:36 AM
|Cyndi Welch Carlson||Welch|
Cecil found this info you added then emailed me. Claude B and Grace were my Grandparents. I would love to see any info you have in my GGrandma. I was at a dead end on the Welch side for lack of information.Thank You for doing what you do :)
|Cecil Saul||Welch Family|
I am seeking any information you might have regarding Martha Welch, the mother of Claude B Welch (Find A Grave#67031222) who was murdered in E St louis in 1933. The only info I have is the mention of her in Claude B's obit. Claude B's granddaughter would like to know.. Your memorial (Find A Grave #119930324 ) caught my attention. Thank you
Thank you for the transfer of James Elliot Pense and Sara Emma Hillard-Pense to myself. I have already added additional information as well linked them to all their children with the exception of 1 child in which I do have editing rights. thanks for being a part of this Find-A-Grave family.
|Sarah Stout||Thank you!!|
Thanks so much, I recently found Mary E. Arthur on your wall in the Mount Hope Cemetery shared with her son and his wife! She is a 2great grandmother of mine! Thanks so much for sharing this and your efforts to document this cemetery!
|Roger Milford||Elizabeth McDade|
Yes I knew Elizabeth McDade. She was my music teacher at Broad Street School in Cuyahoga Falls, and we were members of the First Methodist Church in Cuyahoga Falls.
She was a GOOD music teacher and I think of her often. She taught her students to play harmonicas and Tonettes (song flutes) and familiarized us to various classical composers and authors of note and their works throughout the school years.
I later took saxophone lessons, played in the high school band, the Cuyahoga Falls Community Band and 70 years later in 2011 played swing music with The Little Big Band. I am 85 now and still practicing with other musicians, though just for the love of the music.
I now have a piano, calliope, saxophone, theatre organ, and the same Tonette and harmonica that I learned to play in Miss McDade's class at Broad Street School.
|Roger Milford||Elizabeth McDade memorial|
Elizabeth McDade was your Grandmother's first cousin. You said you have additional photos of her and family genealogical information.
Please add the information you have to her memorial.
I created the memorial out of respect for her but there is nothing more I can contribute.
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