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Death is a freedom from the burdens and blindness that come with a physical body and it is an inevitable part of life. Without death, birth would be a disaster. Without death, new life would remain unmanifested.|
My relationship with death is one of acceptance and honoring.
It is through my volunteer genealogy work here and locally that I honor those who have passed to the Summerland.
If I am managing a memorial that is your loved one, please request and I will gladly transfer.
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|Denise Frye||RE: Daniel Iler|
Thank you so much for all your time & effort trying to find Daniel. That's unfortunate that his headstone can't be located, but I am find this to be a problem with much of the older burials. Also, thanks for the time you spend helping those of us who live away from our loved ones. Your time spent helping me put together my family tree is much appreciated, so I others have felt the same!
|Glenn Fleming||George Cronenwett|
Thank you so much for the wonderful picture of George's headstone in the Rivercliff Cemetery.Your hard work is very much appreciated.
|Sharon Gross||Eugene Grove|
Thank you so much for the headstone pic.
|Janet LaMotte||RE: Samuel & Jemima Straw|
That 1880 History of Morrow Co & Ohio is now on-line for free from one of the research libraries. I found a picture of A K Dunn, who is on my family tree. Thanks for your help.
You are probably right, but it is all I have to go on at the present. I do find it very strange that at least 5 people with that same name are supposedly buried there with no headstone. All the Shambaughs that are there are Barbara Chambers relatives. William Shambaugh is her brothers son. Thanks, Barb
|Steve Trudgeon||John, Sarah and Edna Orr - Photo Requests|
Thank you for the photos. I really appreciate the favor.
|Jadean Hopper||Cliffords in Glendale Cemetery|
I noticed that you helped someone with information on Hargnet Frank Clifford. You were not certain about the name Hargnet. Hargnet was Frank's first name not a nick name. And his wife's name was Nettie not Nellie. If the record book has Nellie it is incorrect. Frank and Nettie are my husband's grandparents. Nettie's given name was Martha Jeanette "Nettie" McIntyre. So Nettie was her nickname.
Thank you for the photo on find a grave. I never got around to placing the tombstone pictures.
|Jim Kimble||Markley photos|
Thanks for the Markley tombstone pictures
|Janet LaMotte||Samuel & Jemima Straw|
Thank you for searching for their gravestones. I added a message to their memorial.
|Sharon Gross||Fannie Corwin|
Thank you so much for Fannie's headstone picture. Very greatful.
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