|Wade Davis (#47917704)|
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In April 2013, I photographed all of the memorials and headstones that I could read in Fort McKinley Cemetery, Montgomery County, Ohio, USA. Many new memorials and photos were added. There are also some broken and buried stones that I did NOT photograph. I have no relatives in the cemetery. Please add some content if you have it and request transfers if you want. Please use the "edit" tab.|
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|BMW||RE: Joseph Wiesmann|
Added by BMW on May 08, 2013 7:54 PM
|BMW||RE: Joseph Wiesmann|
Thanks so much Wade, I had been looking for it for years.I don't quite understand the where to click for sate. map but I will keep trying.
Added by BMW on May 08, 2013 5:17 PM
|Pam||Robert Earl Gibson, Jr|
Nice photo, really good work. Thanks for all you did.
Added by Pam on May 08, 2013 5:26 AM
|Tina Cooke||Wiley Hayes|
Thank you so very much, and that was a quick response to my request ! May I please use it in my Family Tree Maker, giving you the courtesy, of course? Wiley Hayes was a brother to my great great grandpa, Greenberry Hayes. His parents were Hiram Hayes and Luerana Farmer, from Grainger Co TN.
|Steve Staruch||Feiser/Feizer photo|
Wade - thank you so much for taking the time to get this photo for me. In a cemetery that size, I hope it wasn't too much of a challenge.
|1_Heavilin||RE: Quation for you Sir|
I asked about the service, because I knew such a named young man back in the early 80's, and you are the first similarly named fellow I've encountered since. I've fulfilled a lot of photo requests out at Dayton National, and have been there countless times in the furtherance of research I do on civil war soldiers, and military folk in general. As part of my efforts, I have requested and received, transfer of several find-a-grave memorials in Dayton National. I try to update them with both military and genealogical history, to tell their story. Several of these memorials are done, and I have no real desire to "keep them" in terms of find-a-grave management, so I'll probably start transferring back some of the "done ones" in the near future. I did not want to transfer them back without first communicating to someone there, why I was doing what I was doing. Sorry for the long message.
|Amy Elizabeth||RE: Edith Conat|
You're welcome - glad I could help!
|1_Heavilin||Quation for you Sir|
Wade - were you ever in the military - the USAF, to be specific ... ?
|Lisa Creeger Perry||Clyde King|
Thank you for the photo of Clyde King's Headstone. I really appreciate your kindness.
|Samuel mills||Herbert Sutherland|
Thank you very much for the photo. My mother-in-law died on 21 April and was buried beside Herb on 29 April. We were at the cemetery but they were preparing her grave so it was impossible to get near. None of us had been to the grave before since we are from out of town. Once again thanks for the picture.
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