|Leland Cole (#47940048)|
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I have been doing genealogy for the past few years in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Ohio (Cincinnati area), and Illinois.|
I concentrate on family members. In addition to keeping family burial records, I record burials for small cemeteries in our area and the records are displayed on our website www.tpsurvey.org. I am particularly interested in persons who have lived in Terrace Park, Ohio.
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|Mary S.||RE: Edmund Taft|
What does "active" mean? :-)
Added by Mary S. on Aug 17, 2013 1:22 PM
|Linda||Jean Lohrum memorial|
Thank you for transfering Aunt Jean's memorial to me. I will add information and pictures for her memorial.
Added by Linda on Mar 08, 2013 1:02 PM
|James (Jim) F. Kelly||Judith Hake|
Thank you for the new information. I have added it.
|Patricia (Patti) Joy Berndsen Jacko||RE: Spring Grove Memorials|
Those memeorials were were created by the autogravr program not by me. It was a very faulty program. I've been brought in to fix all the problems which can only be done manually.
You can start by going to springgrove.org. All burials are there. (please read my profile to get all the details about what findagrave.com has for Spring Grove Cemetery).
You have to be careful of duplicates because the autogravr program create a bunch.
You can start sending to me changes as you go along.
Let me know what help I can be.
|Roger G Ward||Cole Cemetery NK #28 near Hamilton|
Mr. Cole, Thanks for adding the great picture at the Cole Cemetery. My brother, David Ward, who lives in Warwick posted the new sign last year after we had gotten it from Evelyn Wheeler of the RI State Cemetery Commission. When he returned to the site after Hurricane Sandy last month, he called me and said many more markers are visible now than when we visited the site in 2010/2011. Be glad to share a COLE descendants database we have been developing for the descendants of COLE/HUTCHINSON...Recently found a couple of 1750s marriages of 2 of the Grandsons over in Little Compton, Newport County.
By the way, the cemetery is on a private farm land and we met with the owners in 2010 and gave them the Childrens Picture Book "Ann Hutchinsons Way" and also the "biography" of Susanna HUTCHINSONs time with the Indians called "Troubles Daughter".
Roger G Ward, email@example.com Lubbock Texas
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