|LFlowers||RE: Emma Dille|
I could not find them on findagrave. I know that Edward Kelley died in Hardin county in Dec of 1894 and was living in Pfeiffer. He is likely buried somewhere in Hardin County near Pfeiffer station or Mt Victory. Mary could be buried in Union or Hardin county after 1900. She was living with her daughter in Union county in 1900, but can't find record of her after that.
Added by LFlowers on Jun 02, 2017 7:16 AM
|atarp||Amos & Anne Dille|
Hello, My name is Annie Tarpley. I am working on a project in Mansfield, Ohio. I researched and found Amos and Anne Dille purchased 328 acres of land from U.S. Land Management in 1821 here in Mansfield, Ohio. I cannot find any information about them living in Mansfield. I was wondering if you had pictures, or any information on your great great great grandparents. It looks as if they were one of the first property owners in Richland County. Would love to have more information on them.
Added by atarp on Mar 26, 2016 10:42 AM
I see you have Sherwood listed as one of your names. Have you found any information on a
John E. Sherwood
b. March 9, 1925 in Columbus, OH
son of Fred & Elizabeth Sherwood
d. March 9, 2007 Buried in Rittman, OH
with notation that he was in WWII
I have his marriage license and death record. I haven't been able to find anything more than what was on those records. I haven't been able to connect him with any other Sherwoods.
Added by Tabitha on Nov 07, 2015 11:12 AM
|Claire Zahn||Rev Jeremiah Converse|
I am also related to you and Sue through Rev Jeremiah. I was going to send an email telling you that your work with Hester Ann's family was so well done! I am still in search of many more family members, those especially of John Seth Converse. Thankful to have other distant cousins helping put the family together. I am the 5th Gr granddaughter of Jeremiah and Rhoda. Their son Parley, his son, Squire whose son Wilber died 1 month before his child, Wilber was born and then my grandfather, Wilber who was my mother's father.
This is such an amazing website!
Added by Claire Zahn on Oct 20, 2014 12:52 PM
|Sue||Dr. Jeremiah Converse|
I see we have ancestors in common. You have Dr. Jeremiah Converse linked as a child of Rev. Jeremiah Converse. He was Rev. Jeremiah's grandson. The son of Rev. Jeremiah is Jeremiah Jr., husband of Malinda Derby Converse. His findagrave memorial # is 11041968
PS. Jeremiah Jr. was my g-g-grandfather.
Added by Sue on Oct 19, 2013 3:02 PM
|cindi neuman(fort)||Sarah McCollum Dille|
I would like to transfer management of he memorial to you if you would like. She is a wife of a very distant relative
Added by cindi neuman(fort) on Aug 10, 2013 10:43 PM
|Elaine||RE: Dorothy Ann Moore McIntyre|
I have made the corrections and thank you for letting me know about the mistake...I would appreciate it if you would look at it again to be sure the links are correct. Again, thanks.
Added by Elaine on Feb 17, 2013 4:57 PM
|Sandra Mottern Ostrander||Enos Cahill|
I tried to email you but it wouldn't go thru. Could you please email me. My family is Enos and Isabell Cahill. No where have I found a son Enos which is burried in Oregon City,OR. Some in my research say they were married in 1849 which is after the Enos borne in 1843. Also there is a big gap between Enos and their 1st- Rebecca Jane. Hope you can explain how it came up that this was son and father.
Thank you for your help. Please email me back.
Sandra (in Oregon)#47640654
Added by Sandra Mottern Ostrander on Jan 26, 2013 11:24 PM
|Garry Miller||RE: Orinda Converse Sherwood|
Thanks Andrea, I was so happy to get to Smith Cemetery. I need to return to the other Plain City cemetery. I live in the Cleveland area but originally am from the Westerville (Columbus) area. With some other relatives in the Dayton area, I hope to get back soon. My father, Harry Sherwood Miller, is 89 years old and doing well living in Westerville.
Added by Garry Miller on Oct 08, 2012 3:48 PM
|Garry Miller||Orinda Converse Sherwood|
I am trying to determine if Orinda Converse Sherwood was a daughter of the Rev. Jeremiah Converse. I have info that she was but am trying to confirm.
Added by Garry Miller on Oct 07, 2012 3:06 PM
|Zack McIlroy||DAR & Mayflower Access|
I meant to notify you months ago. Your Ola Beryl Dille Munson line leads back to Harriet Hubbard Munson. Her father, Gustavus Adolphus Hubbard has been accepted by the DAR & the Mayflower Society. If You or relations are interested, I can put you in contact with my cousin who over came the rigors of the application tasks.
Added by Zack McIlroy on Oct 05, 2012 10:57 AM
|Claire Zahn||Converse Family|
I am of the Converse Family on my mother's side. I am going to email you! Thank you so much for Memorializing Parley and his family and linking them!
Added by Claire Zahn on Apr 21, 2012 3:49 PM
|Dottie||RE: Clara and George Baltz|
You are more than welcome.
Added by Dottie on Oct 12, 2011 6:51 PM
|Harley Rider||RE: Walker and Myra Cline|
If I remember correctly and by the order of the photos that I took, It is in the 1st or 2nd section north of the office building. If not, they are in the sections surronding it.
Hope this helps!
Added by Harley Rider on Sep 21, 2011 9:19 AM
|Larry Bloom||RE: M. Leona Marshall|
Andrea, You are welcome.
Added by Larry Bloom on Aug 18, 2011 11:51 AM
|Larry Bloom||RE: William and Leona Marshall|
Andrea, As I remember it Leona's stone is next to William's. I always look for other stones in the same area with the same surname so it had to be close. The Marshall's are not related to me so I am transferring Leona to you. So far none of the pictures I have taken in Knox, Licking, Morrow, or Coshocton, Counties are related to me. Don't hesitate to ask for a transfer if thay are your relatives. I am always happy to see them find a home.
Added by Larry Bloom on Aug 18, 2011 3:41 AM
|Larry Bloom||RE: William Marshall|
Andrea, You are quite welcome. Glad I could help.
Added by Larry Bloom on Aug 01, 2011 11:22 AM
|Tim Hites||RE: Elizabeth Burkhart|
I went there to fill a request for Mary Shuler's headstone and decided to get what I could find while I was there. The growth was about waist high all around. I'm glad I could get one for someone else. I know a bit about most of the families in there. How does Ms. Burkhart fit in?
Added by Tim Hites on Jul 10, 2011 3:57 AM
|Paul Renfro||Earick Marker|
Many thanks for the photo of the Earick marker.
Added by Paul Renfro on Jul 09, 2011 10:19 PM
|cindi neuman(fort)||Dille wives|
Thank you very much for the pics, it is making my family history work so much more complete and helping with proof for the person.
Added by cindi neuman(fort) on Jun 10, 2011 11:15 PM
My Aunt, who lives in Michigan, says all the Dille's
are some how related. My Uncle and my father are gone now and talking to my Aunt is hard, she is very closed mouth as well. They have kept so many secrets
no one can find out a thing. Soon it will be to late.
Thank You for getting back with me.
If you find out any thing at all please contact me.
Added by Mary C. on Jun 10, 2011 1:57 PM
My maiden name is Dille. I have been trying to find out all I can about the Dille History. My father Harry W. Dille JR who is in Find A Grave would not tell any thing about the family.
I do know of some Aunt and Uncles and my grandparents.
Do you have any info on the History of the Dille name?
And can you or would you be willing to share the
info you Have.
I live in South Bend Indiana and I am 57 yrs old.
I thought my life was coming to a end and now I just need to know more.
Thank You for anything you can provide.
Added by Mary C. on May 29, 2011 8:57 AM
Is there any way you could post pics of the wives of the Dille family members. Next to Abraham 1800-1883 is his wife but it is not a clear shot. Thank You
Added by cindi neuman(fort) on Nov 26, 2010 3:29 PM
Thank you so very much for posting so much on the Dille family. My family the Forts married into them. I also live in Texas but I am from Indiana, and I am doing family history long distance. As soon as it cools a little I will be hitting the cemeteries around here and posting pics and info.
Added by cindi neuman(fort) on Aug 28, 2010 1:19 PM