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Sandra Hall
RE: Correction
ANNA MARIE BOLAND HALL marr to FAIR WINTON HALL
their son: JAMES WINTON HALL marr JUNE MAE KRALL HALL
their son: JAMES WILLIAM HALL (my husband)

so in a nutshell, Anna is my husbands paternal grandma.

thanks, sandy Haren Hall
Added by Sandra Hall on Sep 03, 2013 8:25 AM
skye
RE: Catherine Antibus
The little I had on her came from the 1880 census, but I dug around just now and came up with more. You can see that she originally lived in Mahoning Co. Although Andrew's birthdate on the death certificate does not jive with the census entries, I presume she is indeed Catherine Hoover who married Amos Anitbus. If this is not correct, please let me know. Hope this helps.
Added by skye on Aug 15, 2013 11:05 AM
LYoung
RE: Lewis' Graves
You are welcome. No, I live east of Marion, about 10-15 minutes north of Gas City.
Added by LYoung on Jun 21, 2013 5:12 PM
RobMinteer57
Lowellville Cemetery
Glad to be of help--and it's good to know that the disclaimer is noticed and understood. This is one of many cemeteries that only listed burial dates.

I hope you are able to get some more info from the cemetery--you surmised correctly, that the list I used had just the bare-bones info. When I was there in 2008, the maintenance guys were very helpful, and called the office to find the locations of some distant relatives of mine.

In fact, you and I may be distant "cousins of cousins", as we both have Durbin connections. Anna Minteer married Richard Durbin, and they are buried there in Lowellville, as are many of their family. I think some of them live nearby, too, although I have not been able to get updates from them on their part of the family.
Added by RobMinteer57 on Nov 14, 2012 6:55 AM
RobMinteer57
continued
I hit the wrong button...

Anyway, when the actual death date does get added, that disclaimer should be deleted.
Added by RobMinteer57 on Nov 13, 2012 9:19 PM
RobMinteer57
McMillin misspelled McMillan
I deleted mine since you already had pictures and link--no problem. A hint for searching that could show some misspellings is to enter just the first three or four letters of the surname.

Another thing to watch out for in the memorials I added in Lowellville is my note: "DATE IS BURIAL DATE NOT DEATH DATE."
Added by RobMinteer57 on Nov 13, 2012 9:18 PM
RobMinteer57
Transfers
The surest way, which avoids any chance for transcription errors, is to send an SAC (Suggest A Correction) using the Edit tab, just as you did when you sent the date to me previously. In fact, some people claim they will not respond to such requests sent any other way.

Most people do send requests to me that way, but some send the info in a Message, which I can take care of without any problem. It is easier for them if they are requesting transfers of more than just a couple people in the same cemetery.

So whatever's easiest for you is fine with me.

Added by RobMinteer57 on Nov 12, 2012 1:16 PM
RobMinteer57
Bolands in Lowellville
Welcome to Find A Grave!

You can "jump right in" (as I did) and figure things out as you go (it's all very logical and user-friendly) or take a little time and read the FAQs first.

In order to make changes to your family's memorials you must be either the person who "created" them or who maintains them. So if you didn't "create" them (the Memorial pages) yourself, you can either send info to the person who did, or request a transfer to you.

Transfers are not mandatory, except for very close lineal relations (see the FAQs for details), but many folks will gladly transfer to any closer family or any family, friend, or acquaintance--or even local historians with an interest in their local cemetery's "residents."

Added by RobMinteer57 on Nov 12, 2012 12:02 PM
 

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