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Ms Bluegrass (#48197648)
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Bio Photo Thank you to all of you for creating these memorials. Also for you photographers and your countless hours and steps in first finding some of these very old and forgotten cemeteries, (and newer ones), then walking all over to find the tombstone of our ancestors and finally for posting it on this great site. I am grateful to you. Thank you.
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Alice P.
Anna (Eggen) and William H Miller
I'm sorry. That should have been Blue Ball Cemetery for both husband and wife.
Thanks,
Alice
Added by Alice P. on Jul 29, 2014 1:49 PM
Alice P.
Anna (Eggen) and William H Miller
Ms. Bluegrass,
Blue Bell is the cemetery shown on both their death certificates. It may be that no one ever put a stone on their graves. Thank you so much for checking for me. I appreciate your help.
God Bless you,
Alice
Added by Alice P. on Jul 18, 2014 5:47 PM
Carol Kaye
Dunn
I am forwarding this to Helen McKeown who is the guru of Ohio County history. Will get back to you later with what she has to say. I spent several months recording the Fordsville Cemetery. It is complete as far as our records indicate until 2014
Added by Carol Kaye on Jul 08, 2014 2:14 PM
Lena May
John F. French
Hello -
I'm doing some research and noticed you asked for information/photo of this grave. He is my uncle. Are you doing research for the French family? Curious.
Added by Lena May on Jun 30, 2014 6:25 PM
Stacia Padgett
Ridge Spring Cemetery
I found it. Not far from my house. I'll try to get there soon.
Added by Stacia Padgett on Dec 18, 2013 6:23 PM
Madeline Welch
Margaret James Howard Doolin
Hi Diane, No I have no idea where either husband is buried. I feel sure both died in Butler Co. but have found no burial record. James S. Howard died shortly before 1860, it seems. 1860 census shows her as HOH with her 6 young children & her widowed mother. Also a man who appears to be a boarder in the household & another who is shown as farm laborer. As for George W. Doolin, he is likely buried with one of his other wives, likely in Butler Co but I have found nothing to verify that. Another researcher said he died in 1877 but I haven't found verification of that either.
Sorry I can't help there.
Added by Madeline Welch on Dec 09, 2013 5:38 PM
Mary Manson
RE: John Franklin French Jr.
I took pictures of every grave in this cemetery when I was there. That way I didn't have to travel back to it. So far it has worked pretty well.
Added by Mary Manson on Dec 06, 2013 10:21 PM
D. L. Lee
RE: Margaret Hahn Stom
First snow day. (Actually freezing rain and sleet day.) I was able to catch up on uploading a few summer photo.

This was the cemetery I was telling you about getting caught in the rain, and trying to hold an umbrella above my camera while my husband was holding one over the markers! I wish I had gotten the chance to retake the photos on a different day, but decided that at least the person making the requests would know the markers are still standing and in fair condition. Talk to you soon.
Added by D. L. Lee on Dec 06, 2013 8:49 PM
Alice P.
Pleasant Green Bristow
No, I could find nothing about his first wife. I have added her to his memorial.
Added by Alice P. on Dec 06, 2013 3:26 PM
Elsie Kerfoot Bagley
Tech help
How do I post a pic taken with my I - phone?
Find a Grave folks can't seem to help.
I am enjoying the site, but still no more info
for GGrandmother Elizabeth Cecil Kerfoot.
OK if you can't help with I Phone pics. I'm pretty dense about that techie stuff.
Added by Elsie Kerfoot Bagley on Dec 04, 2013 2:39 PM
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