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Helen Lodge (#47324667)
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Susan OCallaghan
Howell's
Thank you for photographing the Howell's and Bemister Headstones. I have added them to my family tree, hopefully with your permission. Ann Howell Bemister was my 5th great aunt.

Added by Susan OCallaghan on Feb 06, 2016 5:52 PM

June Wilson
RE: Jacob Halfhill
Thank you that would be great. It's vampierlover69@hotmail.com. I did the ancestryDNA but no Native American came up in it do you have any documentation that there is Native American in the Halfhill line?

Thank you again.

Added by June Wilson on Oct 08, 2015 4:46 PM

Kelly Girl
Nancy Elizabeth Burnett Burwell
Helen,

Could you please transfer the memorial for Nancy Elizabeth Burnett Burwell to me since I am the person who provided this information? Nancy is a relative of mine on both the Burnett and Burwell sides and I would like to maintain it. Thank you.

Added by Kelly Girl on Mar 28, 2015 2:13 AM

June Wilson
RE: Jacob Halfhill
Thank you, my addy is green_witch_69@hotmail.com.

V/r
June

Added by June Wilson on Jan 19, 2015 6:02 PM

Cindy H
Virginia Lodge
Helen,
I am a former student of your mom's. She was a great teacher I learned a lot from her.

I stumbled across her memorial on accident. I am so sorry for your loss. I lost my mom 5 years ago & know the pain you are feeling.

Someone else added a memorial for her #131507515. It has a different cemetery listed as her burial. You might want to have that person delete theirs.

Cindy

Added by Cindy H on Sep 19, 2014 6:18 AM

Gwen and Bob
Thank!
Hello Helen,
Thank you very much for permission to use your photo on my family tree. Greatly appreciated! Gwen

Added by Gwen and Bob on Mar 30, 2014 12:44 PM

Gwen and Bob
Photo permission
Hello Helen,
May I have your permission to use your photo of Preserved Abell's gravestone in Newman Cemetery on my ancestry.com family tree, with attribution to you and Find a Grave? Thank you very much for your consideration. Gwen

Added by Gwen and Bob on Mar 28, 2014 12:25 PM

Vicky Dawn Waller Flow
John Joseph Martin
He was my 5th Great Grandfather. I heard about a the reunion that was held back East from a distant cousin. I would of liked to of been there. Concerning the stone, I am kind of skeptical of adding a stone to the memorial I created because there is no name on it. And I don't think he was buried in the Martin Cemetery. If you go to the Germantown Cemetery it states there are many field markers (unmarked) and only one I believe has an inscription. Thanks!

Added by Vicky Dawn Waller Flow on Sep 15, 2013 8:44 PM

Vicky Dawn Waller Flow
John Joseph Martin
On the headstone, is there an inscription?

Added by Vicky Dawn Waller Flow on Sep 15, 2013 4:10 PM

Patrice Beam
John Joseph Martin
I am relatively new to this site. So forgive if I sound silly. I am confused regarding John Joseph Martin's burial place. I found the same man, with same birth and death dates located in Germantown Cemetery in Fauquier Co. Same wife listed except last name spelled slightly differently. Can someone provide clarity? Thanks.

Added by Patrice Beam on Sep 15, 2013 9:21 AM

Nanette
John Joseph Martin 1691-1758
Re: John Joseph Martin 1691-1758 Find A Grave # 87696750

Hello Helen,
Just a quick note to thank you so very much for posting John Joseph Martin's Find A Grave memorial and photographing his gravestone. John Joseph Martin was my 7th Great Grandfather. There is quite a bit of family history here. He was married twice, both to twin sisters, Maria Catherine, who was 16 years old when she married John, they had 3 kids, then she died at age 19. Then John married Maria's twin sister, Maria Catherine "Eve" Otterbach in 1718 and they had 10 kids. Would you like me to submit all of this family info & their 13 childrens' names to you or would it be easier and more convenient for you if you transferred the memorial to me and I will add all the family info.

It must have been really educational and enjoyable to attend the Germanna group bus tour. Thanks again for posting this. I would have never known otherwise where my 7th Great grandfather was laid to rest.

Added by Nanette on Aug 15, 2013 4:45 PM

Cathleen Sheibley Miller Kalin
James Johnson

Helen,

Thanks so much for looking for this stone. I am a Merriman descendant and Mahalath Merriman, who was married to Luke Johnson, is buried in Apple Creek. I was hoping that all of the Johnsons in that cemetery were most likely related. Often times the first name was not necessarily the commonly used name for a person and I was hoping that the stone would tell me where he was. Did you by any chance find the other Johnson graves? Thomas and Silas who died in the Civil war are buried there.

Thanks again.
Cathy

Added by Cathleen Sheibley Miller ... on Jul 19, 2013 7:22 AM

archtype
Conrad Franks
Thanks for the greate photo of Conrad and Mary's stones.
Turns out that this cemetery is duplicated at least 3 times on Find A Grave under Apple Creek Presbyterian (twice) and Old Presbyterian in Smithville.

The photos for them already existed in Smithville, but weren't as nice as yours, so I'm leaving well enough alone and made a request of the Find A Grave powers to merge the cemeteries.

Thanks again.

Jim Waite

Added by archtype on Jun 30, 2013 9:45 PM

Peter Morgan
John & Susanna Johnson
Let's try this again... May I have your permission to use the wonderful photo you took of the marker for John & Susanna Johnson (my 8th great grandparents) in my ancestry.com family tree? The number is 36810177. Thanks.

Peter

Added by Peter Morgan on Dec 04, 2012 12:52 PM

Peter Morgan
Thomas & Susanna Johnson
Hi Helen,

Thank you for taking a wonderful photo of the memorial to my 8th great grandparents. May I have permission to use it in my ancestry.com family tree? The findagrave memorial number is 36810177.

Peter

Added by Peter Morgan on Dec 04, 2012 12:46 PM

Peter Morgan
RE: John & Susanna Johnson
Helen,

Thanks for the permission.

Is "dead relatives" the place I should go on ancestry.com or is it a website?

Peter

Added by Peter Morgan on Nov 25, 2012 9:04 PM

Peter Morgan
John & Susanna Johnson
Helen,

Thank you for taking a wonderful photo of the marker erected in the memory of John & Susanna Johnson, my 9th great grandparents. May I use a copy of it in my ancestry.com family tree?

Peter

Added by Peter Morgan on Nov 25, 2012 6:16 AM

AdamW
RE: Parry
Oh yes, if you don't mind, or I can create sites for them (if they aren't made) and you can post the pictures if you'd rather. Eli is his son and Sara is his wife.

Added by AdamW on Jun 11, 2012 9:34 AM

AdamW
Parry
Thanks for the picture of Asa Parry, I really appreciate it!

Added by AdamW on Jun 11, 2012 5:18 AM

Leona R. (Lodge) Duncan
Harvey Lodge's wife
Hello Helen,
Noticed you put Harvey Lodge's tombstone on Find a grave and came across his wife's full name and thought you might want to add it to Harvey's grave site.
I found the information in a local marriage book (Columbiana County, Ohio Marriages, 1800-1870) here in Lisbon, Ohio.
States they were married in Cedar Co., Iowa by Esq Shooley. Her name before marriage was Susanna P. Crozer (they were both from Columbiana County, Ohio).
Have a GREAT Summer!

Leona R. (Lodge) Duncan

Added by Leona R. (Lodge) Duncan on Apr 23, 2012 5:38 PM

Scott Shiplett
Smith pics
Thank you very much for posting the pictures of Philip and Agnes Smith and George Smith. Your time is very much appreciated!

Added by Scott Shiplett on Mar 25, 2012 11:41 AM

Dakota Pioneer
Gregg Photo
Thanks for getting the Hanson Gregg photo.

Added by Dakota Pioneer on Nov 23, 2011 6:45 PM

C & N Rasmussen
Chad Gates
Helen: Thank you for the very nice photo of Chad Gates' headstone. It is much appreciated! Craig

Added by C & N Rasmussen on Aug 12, 2011 11:55 PM

grant eves
picture
Helen

It was Walter Lawton,I really hope you took it





Thanks Grant

Added by grant eves on Jul 28, 2011 9:25 PM

grant eves
picture
Dear Helen


I was just checking and hoping that you was still going to take that picture? I know sometimes things get hard.But I was just wondering.



Hope to hear from you

Grant

Added by grant eves on Jul 28, 2011 8:09 PM

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