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Eric Chambers (#47818019)
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My name is Eric Chambers and I live in Chillicothe, Ohio. I started researching my ancestry both on my father's side and mother's side about 2 years ago. With the help of this site, coupled with Ancestry.com, I have been able to find a bunch of information I could not possibly have known.

I am having an awesome time finding out these things about my family. I hope to find and visit the graves of my family members if I can find them. Some of the cemeteries are hard to get to since they are so old and were once on family farmland now owned by someone else.

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Sylvia Sine Whittaker
RE: Chambers-Goff Cemetery
Hi. Sorry for the delay in answering your message, I have not been at my computer since spring, as the summer is so busy for me (building a new house for our son). My cousin and I had to find Jim Darlington and beg him to get us down to the Chambers and Goff Cemetery. The property is privately owned and had about 10 locks from property owners on the gate at the top of if I remember correctly Limestone Ridge. Jim Darlington worked with the Preston County Historial Society and help locate and document all the cemeteries in Preston County. They have a book of the names of the cemeteries and name on the tombstones. Jim found someone who loaned us a key (with the note of :Don't make this a habit) and we got to drive down to the river and see the area of the Goff and Chambers cemetery last summer. Since my reply is so late, I'm not sure when you want to come to see the area, but I can try to find Jim again and beg him to get you or us down in there again. Eric Chambers and Roy Lockhart and Phillip Goff (wrote the Goff Book) also want to see the area.
Added by Sylvia Sine Whittaker on Sep 28, 2012 8:31 AM
Sylvia Sine Whittaker
Chambers Cemetery
Hi Eric, Sorry for the delay in answering your message, I have not been at my computer since spring, as the summer is so busy for me (building a new house for our son). My cousin and I had to find Jim Darlington and beg him to get us down to the Chambers and Goff Cemetery. The property is privately owned and had about 10 locks from property owners on the gate at the top of if I remember correctly Limestone Ridge. Jim Darlington worked with the Preston County Historial Society and help locate and document all the cemeteries in Preston County. They have a book of the names of the cemeteries and name on the tombstones. Jim found someone who loaned us a key (with the note of :Don't make this a habit) and we got to drive down to the river and see the area of the Goff and Chambers cemetery last summer. Since my reply is so late, I'm not sure when you want to come to see the area, but I can try to find Jim again and beg him to get you or us down in there again. I know that Roy Lockhart also wanted to see the area one more time. Such a sad place to see now that the power company did so much damage to the area.
Added by Sylvia Sine Whittaker on Sep 28, 2012 8:18 AM
randy
Hopewell Cemetery
Thank you very much for your efforts and sharing your photos of Hopewell Cemetery.
Added by randy on Jul 28, 2012 7:31 AM
Kim Perrine
Saylor Albright Sr
Thank you again for the photo. Kim
Added by Kim Perrine on Jul 27, 2012 4:42 PM
 

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