|Scott Ebert (#48180671)|
| || member for 11 months, 24 days|
| [Add to MyFriends]|
|Bio and Links|
Hi. I am Scott Ebert. Son of Dr. Paul W. and Sara "Sally" Ebert of Dover, Ohio. My grandparents were Rev. Paul F. and Irene Ebert and George and Lura Triplitt of Coshocton, Ohio. I have a sister Diane Ebert Ellis of Chattanooga, TN and a brother Jon Ebert of Naples, FL.|
|Messages left for Scott Ebert (31)||[Leave Message]|
|Ryan ||John Dale|
Thank you for going out of your way to find and post John's marker.
Added by Ryan on Jun 24, 2014 2:24 PM
|Wayne Officer||Mary Jane Stout Krantz|
Scott, you definitely deserve an award for going out of your way to find my 2nd cousin. And you found a bonus with her son Arthur and his wife Adaline. A simple thank you just doesn't seem to cover this, but I am extremely appreciative for all you've done.
|Chuck/Karen Brackett||Richard Beitzel|
Thanks very much for the nice picture of Richards head stone.
Thanks so much for these photos!
Added by Suzy Bee on Mar 24, 2014 9:21 PM
|Grave Yard Ghost||Dorothy Archer|
Thank you for the picture.
Thanks so much for your prompt reply. This is a new inquiry for me and there is some mystery to this family for me.
I was looking for a child, about 2 and a half years old, named Fred Cotterman. Is this the Fred buried in the Cotterman plot? If there are no names on stones, how do you know? (I'm not questioning your information, just trying to learn how these things work.)
The death certificate for the child, Fred, indicates his parents are Archie Cotterman and Ida Wilson Cotterman. Do you know who they are?
In the 1930 census, Fred is enumerated with my cousin's family (Paul and Gladys Cotterman) but she does not believe her mother (Jane) had a brother named Fred.
Can you shed any light on this subject? I would love to see the pictures you have anyway.
Many thanks for your help,
Thank you so much for uploading the Maurer. I truly appreciate you taking the time to do a random kindness for a stranger. I am always amazed at how emotional it is to see a relative's marker.
Added by Aviva on Feb 06, 2014 8:33 AM
Thank you so much for the great photos of the Keplinger's and Riley's!
|Ancestral Sleuth||Brobst's and Keplinger's|
Scott, thank you so much for the many high quality photos provided! Find A Grave is a premium site, because of people like you!
|Ancestral Sleuth||RE: Zelma Brobst (Karl)|
Scott, were you responding to my photo request by any chance? Thank you so much for the info on Zelma's second husband, I couldn't find that anywhere! Stay warm!
|[View all messages...]|
Privacy Statement and Terms of Service