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Carla (#47178339)
 member for 7 years, 8 months, 21 days
celtic121mom
Ernest Fidelles Fast Gravestone
Oh...thank you for all your time & effort to search out, find, take pic & uploading it to Find A Grave website...it means a lot...& is truly appreciated!

Happy Hunting...

Added by celtic121mom on Jun 08, 2015 5:58 AM

Honoring Our Angels
Family Transfer Burntwood Cemetery
Thank you for the transfer. If you are related will you please contact me. I was hoping to share information about the families in the Burntwood Cemetery. I am related to most there.
Thanks.

Added by Honoring Our Angels on Jan 16, 2015 9:48 AM

John Tippet
RE: Infant Behymer in Union Cemetery
Thank you for your time and effort on this.

Added by John Tippet on Jul 23, 2012 7:09 AM

John Tippet
RE: Infant Behymer in Union Cemetery
I have been trying to locate the graves of this son's parents, James M and Edith (Oswald) Behymer. James M Behymer died 9 Feb 1919 in Mercer Co, OH. I have that he is buried in the Hopewell Cemetery in Hopewell Twp, Mercer Co, OH, however, I have not been able to identify a cemetery with this name. Edith died on 20 Aug 1919 also in Mercer Co. I mention this in the off chance that you might have some insight as to where these two might be buried.

Added by John Tippet on Jul 22, 2012 9:15 AM

John Tippet
Infant Behymer in Union Cemetery
Thanks for taking the photo of his tombstone.

Added by John Tippet on Jul 22, 2012 7:24 AM

Dave Davisson
The Ridges, Athens
Although the cemteries at Athens State Hospital fell into disrepair at one time, within the last several years there has been a complete turn-around, with teams of volunteers researching, restoring and beautifying all three cemeteries.

I don't know about Thomas Davis' stone in particular, but it looks as if many if not most stones survive. They were stone markers, about the size of a standard footstone, marble or limestone, with just the number engraved.

Several families historically and recently have had additional in-ground markers placed with the names and dates of their loved ones.

Here is a link, and googling may bring more:
http://www.namiathensohio.org/ridges.html

Added by Dave Davisson on Jan 07, 2012 10:39 AM

Dave Davisson
RE: Davis family
I'll try to photograph the Union Cem monuments before snow falls

Added by Dave Davisson on Jan 06, 2012 6:02 AM

Dave Davisson
Nellie Wright obit
From Columbus Dispatch, 30 Jun 1949, p. 8A:
" WRIGHT Mrs. Nellie Sullivan, 42 E. Prescott-St, Wednesday, age 95. Survived by daughters, Mrs. Nellie Belle Cassel and Mrs. Ruth Simms; son, Rolland Davis. Friends may call at the Glenn L. Myers Mortuary, where services will be held 10:30 a.m. Saturday. Interment Union Cemetery."
I was surprised to learn she had children, since I had seen the 1900 and 1910 census where she listed 0 children born, 0 living both years; thanks for your info on them, which explains why Mrs. John Cassell was informant at her death.

Added by Dave Davisson on Jan 03, 2012 12:51 PM

Dave Davisson
RE: Nellie May Wright
I believe you have the right Thomas C Davis. Although he is listed as being a usual resident of Chillicothe, he died at the Athens State Hospital (the largest in the state at the time). His grave is in Athens, Ridges Cemetery #1. Before 1944 the stones had only numbers, and Thomas is male grave # 492. I did not create a memorial for him, since the current cemeteries on Find A Grave are mixed up. Since there is an official list of who is buried where, I hope to work with admins to clean them up.

I'll be glad to transfer any of the Union Cem people to your management since you are a relative. I only made memorials for them since I came across the stones at lunch time.

Added by Dave Davisson on Jan 03, 2012 11:40 AM

Dave Davisson
RE: Nellie May Wright
Sorry, I am not related. I have added some information since you wrote, though. Her second husabnd was Lewis A Wright, a blacksmith, who is buried in Mount Sterling. I do not believe she left any children, but will check her Columbus obituary and let you know what I learn.

Added by Dave Davisson on Jan 02, 2012 7:37 PM

corgilover
RE: Robert L (Bob) Germann
Thanks for the correction

Added by corgilover on Sep 07, 2011 8:32 AM

corgilover
RE: Coar Raach
Thanks for the correction

Added by corgilover on Aug 20, 2011 10:30 AM

Trish Coate
RE: Coate
Thanks so much for the transfers. :)

Added by Trish Coate on May 28, 2011 2:24 AM

Pam
Burntwood Cemetery
Are there any headstone photos available for Burntwood Cemetery? I know many have been destroyed, perhaps there are some old photos. If you know of any, please let me know.

Pam

Added by Pam on Nov 02, 2010 2:33 PM

Karen McKellar
Sinift Family
Would like to compare notes with you on Sinift Family of Fairfield/Perry Counties Ohio.

Karen McKellar

Added by Karen McKellar on Jul 28, 2010 10:31 AM

 
 

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