|DER||Walter M. "Mike" Yontz|
Info added thank you!
Added by DER on Jan 06, 2014 1:40 PM
|D'Anna Rotsinger Nemitz||Gail L Stroud|
I have added her mother with your info,thank you. D'Anna
Added by D'Anna Rotsinger Nemitz on Jan 04, 2014 7:46 AM
|George Harger||RE: Victoria Harger|
Victoria Harger would only be distantly related, but would accept transfer if you decide "out of guideline". I am actively working on linking all Harger memorials (1,887) to their parents and children. Also, to find wives where Harger name is missing. Victoria was on my list of "No Cemetery Hargers" (an additional 53) and I noticed the duplicate. Thank you for eliminating it.
Added by George Harger on Nov 27, 2013 12:32 PM
|Flutterby||RE: Louis Gessner|
Excellent! Thank you for that email address. That is what I was missing. :-)
Added by Flutterby on Oct 19, 2013 6:06 PM
|Patsy Hittle Gore||Deemers|
Thanks for the Use of your Tombstone Photos. I would love the transfers if it's not too much trouble. Thank you for offering. Hugs from Alaska, Patsy
Added by Patsy Hittle Gore on Sep 16, 2013 10:15 PM
|Patsy Hittle Gore||Deemer Family Tombstone Photo|
DEEMER family Tombstone buried at Oakwood Cemetery, Freemont, Sandusky, OH. I was wondering if you would grant me permission to use some of your Gravestone Photo you have taken on my ancestry tree. I would be glad to give you credit for ownership of these Photos. Thanks for being a Find A Grave Volunteer. Happy Digging from Alaska, Patsy
Added by Patsy Hittle Gore on Sep 16, 2013 4:21 PM
|Patricia||RE: Margaret Lynch|
Oh good!...thanks for emailing me about the correction...it makes my family tree work out better!
Added by Patricia on Aug 26, 2013 1:42 PM
|Patricia||Margaret Anderson Lynch|
I am questioning the death year for Margaret Lynch...I can't see the writing on the marker in the photo well enough...I thought she died in 1884 instead of 1844...could you check it for me?
Added by Patricia on Aug 25, 2013 9:08 PM
|William Roha||RE: Charles Zeitz|
No, no relation.
I took over Kathy Nixon's memorials in this cemetery.
Added by William Roha on May 20, 2013 6:25 AM
|Patsy D||Happy Mother's Day, Sandy|
Just stopping by to wish you a happy day.
Added by Patsy D on May 11, 2013 4:02 PM
|Laurie S Keller (AKA Laurie Kirby)||Many thanks|
Many thanks for your photograph of my great great grandfather David Smith's tombstone in Avery Cemetery near Wales Corners in Ohio. I have a photo I took nearly 40 years ago, but it is too indistinct to scan well so I was never able to put it up on the memorial. I'm pleased to see the grave is pretty much in the same condition it was when I last saw it in 1973.
Laurie Smith Kirby
Added by Laurie S Keller (AKA Laur... on Jan 20, 2013 1:25 PM
Added by genielady2012 on Nov 14, 2012 1:35 PM
Thanks. Alice Irene Gorden Emerson is my 3rd Great Grandma, not quite in the generation rule. lol I think I'm done editing that clump for now. Unless I trot off to find her line some other time. :)
Added by genielady2012 on Nov 14, 2012 12:50 PM
Thank you for the memorial transfers. :)
Added by genielady2012 on Nov 13, 2012 7:44 PM
|Nancy Eliason Walker||Gruvers in Bettsville.|
Thanks for the transfer..Nancy E. Walker 46774804
Added by Nancy Eliason Walker on Oct 06, 2012 5:13 PM
|Mona Stone||Joseph Haught grave|
I WAS wondering if you could help me find the graves of Joseph (1806-1880)and Abagail Franks Haught (1810-1895) buried in Jacobs Luthern Cemetery in Masontown Fayette Co, Pa. I live in Florida, and am at a brick wall in finding out information on Joseph Haught. If I could get the information on his parents I could go further with my family. Any help would be greatly appriciated. Thanks....Mona
Added by Mona Stone on Sep 20, 2012 12:55 PM
|Angela Young||Thanks Mike|
Thanks for adding my mother to your site...we have many relatives in other states and I'm sure they'll find the nice article and recent photo of her. Hope you are doing well! Ange
Added by Angela Young on Sep 06, 2012 4:02 PM
|Ghostdigger2||Donna J. Follman|
Hi, Actually I am blood related to Donna, although not closely. I am one of the many Overmyer descendants. I am not in this for the numbers. I transfer readily when anyone asks, if they are not closely related to me. I visited your memorial for Donna, and it is great. Therefore I am deleting mine and you may keep her for your memorial page. Barb
Added by Ghostdigger2 on Aug 18, 2012 2:59 PM
|Patricia Maher||Luke Moyer|
Thank you very much for transferring Luke Moyer to my account. I appreciate you doing that. Pat
Added by Patricia Maher on Aug 14, 2012 2:56 PM
A thank you:
Added by AMB on Aug 05, 2012 12:13 PM
|Sherry Havener||RE: Elizabeth Knott|
You are welcome!
Added by Sherry Havener on Jul 14, 2012 3:18 PM
|Pat O'Toole||Susannah Burket #29754717|
I noticed an error within the added info on Susannah. I'm guessing it was a typo in both cases and just wanted to bring it to your attention. Susannah's year of death was 1864 instead of 1861 and she was the wife of Benjamin Burket. I believe her maiden name was Brehm.
Thanks for all you have contributed to Find a Grave. Pat
Added by Pat O'Toole on Jul 14, 2012 2:13 PM
|ken striker||George B Meek #28656007|
Medina County Gazette Oct. 9,'72:
The first American-born serviceman to be killed in the Spanish American War was George Burton Meek, born near Clyde, some six miles from where his body now rests before an imposing statue in the middle of the historic cemetery. The son of John and Emma Meek, (Emma was d/o Denton Deyo), the young sailor was educated at Mayville School in Townsend Twp. A stationary engineer before going into the navy, he soon was advanced to Fireman, First Class. He was aboard the Torpedo boat Winslow, as the ship entered Cienfuegos Harbor to entice a Spanish ship from her berth. When the American ship was within 1,000 yards, Spanish shore batteries opened fire, several of the shells hitting the mark. The Winslow took a shell in the mail boiler that warm May morning in 1898, and had to be towed away by another ship. The wounded and dead were taken to Key West, where the five dead were buried near the victims of the battleship Maine. Meek was the first killed trying to keep the Winslow afloat. his body was transferred to Clyde in 1899. The large statue was unveiled in 1912, the same time the McPherson monument was dedicated.
Added by ken striker on Apr 28, 2012 8:43 PM
|Nora Yahl||RE: Your parents|
Have been into the Freet line and wondering if you would transfer all of Meshach's line to me so I can connect them. They are all over and when I go to the sites, then I have to go through the whole Find-a-grave process for each one of them.
Hope all is well in Ohio!
Added by Nora Yahl on Apr 28, 2012 12:45 PM
|Bud Hummel||RE: Isaac Myers|
Added by Bud Hummel on Apr 07, 2012 3:40 PM