Glad I could help out with your searches! It appears from Edith's obituary, her husband John and sister Annie are buried with Edith. I added pictures to their find a grave memorials as well.
Added by Bocephus on Jul 13, 2015 12:24 AM
|Terry Goodwin||RE: Joseph Hoskins|
You are quite welcome, happy to be of assistance.
|Kate Forsman||RE: River Grove|
You're welcome! Glad I could help!
|TAYLOR||RE: James Wood|
1850s and 1860s for John Wood says Tennessee. I am also seeing James and a John C. Wood mentioned together in Lima history, but no clear indication of relation yet. I will try and investigate a little further into this and if I find something I will be sure to let you know!
Added by TAYLOR on Feb 22, 2015 5:07 PM
|TAYLOR||RE: John C. Wood|
Do you know where your James Wood was born? Perhaps they are brothers.
Added by TAYLOR on Feb 22, 2015 4:31 PM
|Kimberly Barrett Johnson||Dawn Karen Dietle|
Oh my goodness--thank you so very much for this memorial! Dawn was my little cousin, whom I never met but had always wondered about. No one in my family even knew where she had been buried so finding this was very bittersweet for me. She lost her life in a house fire and was so sadly missed by her mother, my aunt.
|Barb Kennedy||RE: Agnes Kathryn Hall Strachota|
Agnes was my grandmother. Genevieve Strachota Kennedy was my mother. I have other photos that might interest you. May I ask which of my mother's siblings are you related to?
When you created the memorial 118697652, you added the name Obradovich, I don't see that name on the stone may I ask how you found it?
Added by chessley on Sep 30, 2014 9:38 AM
You are very welcome, Celebrate Volunteerism!!!
|Connie Clark||RE: Thank you!|
Thanks for your kind words. We really enjoy doing it. Connie and Wayne Clark
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