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T.C. (#47940335)
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Donna White
RE: Mary Coakley
Hi, I am not sure what any correction was. If you had a request for a photo at Buchtel, I took pics of all the legible and semi-legible gravestones at Buchtel and posted all of my Buchtel pics... Was that it? donna
Added by Donna White on Oct 14, 2014 6:43 PM
Sharon Wilson
RE: John and Pearl Coakley
I was so happy to see your message, and was also
thrilled when I found Pearl's memorial. I did not know where she was buried. I would have loved to have attended the service on Mem. Day.
I was at Greenlawn a few days before Mem day, and
stopped in Athens to try to find the cemetery but missed the road. I want to go sometime this fall and try to find it. I live about an hour from Athens. I am sorry; I do not have pictures of Edna and Samuel. I was surprised to see that Samuel was buried next to Grandpa Coakley; I had always thought that was an empty plot. I remember as a child visiting Edna a time or two, and I remember Emma Jean (your Mother?) visiting us. I have a picture of myself around 4 yrs with Emma Jean. This would have been in the late 40's. I also have a picture of Pearl's Mother, Mollie Cora Haney. So happy to be in contact with you.
Added by Sharon Wilson on Sep 10, 2014 2:06 PM
RE: Gerald Samson
You're very welcome. ;)
Added by MissT on Aug 30, 2014 10:31 AM
110298684 Gerald Sampson
This is a very large cemetery with all flat markers. If you could call the office and find the location of this burial we would be glad to look for it. We can only ask for three locations without being charged. 740-452-2236
Added by baack40 on Jul 20, 2014 6:05 AM
Dorene Loveall
RE: Walter Pride #108610396
I do not know this person. I am working on this tree for my friend who is a distant relative. I got the date from his tombstone. I knew there are a lot of errors on Ancestry and apparently there was a error on his tombstone. I will change my data to what you have as family usually have correct data. Thank you for replying so I can correct my data.
Added by Dorene Loveall on May 20, 2014 11:00 AM
Carole Marie (McMahan) Selby
RE: McQuade Cemetery
I did not see any headstone for her there. That cemetery is in very poor shape due to nobody taking care of it over the years. The names probably came from a cemetery list at the library.
Added by Carole Marie (McMahan) Se... on May 19, 2014 8:08 AM
Carole Marie (McMahan) Selby
RE: McQuade Cemetery
I deleted mine. Good luck!
Added by Carole Marie (McMahan) Se... on May 19, 2014 8:07 AM
Bill Meyers
Elias Cook
Hello Teresa,

I spent a little time looking for Elias Cook. He lived many years in Ward, Hocking Co., Ohio. I looked for a probate file in Hocking and adjacent Athens Co. without results. However his son Raphael is buried in Murray City Cemetery in Hocking County, and Find-a-Grave says there is a fenced off Cook plot there. I'd suggest you call the clerk of the City of Murray (740-762-2362)and ask. I've found small towns very willing to help.

Also, in 1870 Elias was living with his daughter's family Selina and Peter Smith. The Smiths are buried in nearby Fort Street Cemetery, Nelsonville, Athens Co., Ohio. You might call Nelsonville or the local genealogical society for information.

Bill Meyers
Added by Bill Meyers on Apr 14, 2014 8:04 AM
Bill Meyers
Elias Cook
Hello Teresa,

The History of Wallingford CT published in 1870 says Elias Cook married Maria Brookins 26 May 1825, was a teacher and was living in Ware, Hocking Co., Ohio at the time the history was written (1870). It also lists his 10 children. I can send you the relevant pages and citation if you send me your email address (mine is

While I haven't searched in depth, I did find an Elias Cook in Hocking Co on the 1860 census. It said he was born in Conn. but I don't think that's a show stopper considering his father was born in CT. has Ohio probate files from that eraon-line. You may want to look for a file on him. I'll spend a little time on it and let you know if I find something.


Bill Meyers, Cousin
Added by Bill Meyers on Apr 13, 2014 10:50 AM
Colonel Haney
Hi, I recieved a message from you through findagrave about John Haney of Whitley County, KY & so I wanted to write you back to tell you that I do have more info on this family.
Please write to me again at my email as I would like to help you with this.
I was born and raised right here in Whitley County, alot of my family members are also from the Gatliff area where many of the Haney family lived.
It is in my opinion that most families in this area lived/worked around the booming coal mines here & at one time there were many thriving mines though most are now completely closed down such as Packard, KY coal mines which is just down the road from Gatliff.
I know that C.W. Haney was living at Black Oak, KY in 1900 which is close to several coal mines that are located on the Whitley County, KY/Campbell County, TN line.
Added by Denise51977 on Nov 21, 2013 12:24 PM
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