|Geron Michael||Samuel Hammel|
Glen, I hate to make mistakes. If you look at the stone zoomed in, you will see -armmel and may be stone of Samuel Roadarmel, frequently the spellings are different from stone to stone in this cemetery. Sorry for the confusion. I will try and correct errors. This stone was difficult to read (still is) and I created the error. Mike Geron
Added by Geron Michael on Sep 17, 2017 9:59 AM
|Thomas Harmon||RE: Correction to Memorial 105702641|
Glenn, thanks for making this correction. I believe everything else on the Memorial is correct. Amos Harman was the son of David and his first wife Mary "Polly" Row Harman. They had four other children. Perhaps I can find their graves and link them sometime. Again, thank you.
Added by Thomas Harmon on Aug 06, 2017 2:32 PM
|Thomas Harmon||Correction to Memorial 105702641|
Mr. Hammel, I believe that the name on the Memorial #105702641 of Mary Ann Sliffe Harman (____ - 1871) is incorrect. I believe that this is more likely the grave of Mary Polly Row Harman, the first wife of David B. Harman (1834 - 1926), Memorial #119753042. David B. Harmanís second wife was Mary Ann Sliffe Harman (1842 - 1891), Memorial #120544431. Mary Ann Sliffe Harman and David B. Harman were the parents of my grandfather Morris Victor Harman (1875 - 1915), Memorial #161693248.
Added by Thomas Harmon on Aug 06, 2017 6:23 AM
|Macy Jo||RE: Thank You!|
Wow! It's truly such a small world! I descend down from Konrad's son, Conrad (who was my grandmother's father). I am not familiar with where "standing rock" is but I am sure my mother is! I will have to ask her tomorrow about it! Thanks for the info!
Added by Macy Jo on Jul 14, 2017 9:25 PM
|Macy Jo||Thank You!|
I just wanted to say thank you for all the info and photos that you have put on regarding the Stein family from the Baltic area! It has been extremely helpful in my genealogy journey!
Added by Macy Jo on Jul 14, 2017 8:46 PM
|Carl Catherman||Clyde & Ross Aldenderfer|
Thank you very much for fulfilling my photo requests.
Added by Carl Catherman on Jul 14, 2017 3:19 PM
Thankyou ever so much for the kind transfer!!
Added by Connie on Jun 22, 2017 6:07 PM
|Dana Fox Mariner||Elliot Campbell|
I found Christopher & Mary Ann Deffenbaugh's son Elliot in Indiana. I also added his wife & kids to his memorial. I was wondering if you were ever able to put together anything from the History of Fairfield Co. pages I emailed you on the Deffernbaugh Mill? Would love to figure out who Christopher's parents were. Hope all is well. Dana
Added by Dana Fox Mariner on May 21, 2017 3:34 PM
|Etoile of NE Ohio||Adam Holderbaum photo|
Added by Etoile of NE Ohio on May 16, 2017 12:29 PM
|Beckie (Carter) Williams||Rollin T. Menuez, R.T. Jr, & Marion Menuez|
Thanks for the photos of the Menuez's grave markers. You are appreciated!
Added by Beckie (Carter) Williams on May 16, 2017 12:29 AM
|Nate||Forrest M. Smith (1866 - 1955)|
Hey, Linked into your Find A Grave page from Ancestry while working thru the family of Forrest Smith and Elizabeth Leonhart. Elizabeth is a Cousin 2X removed thru the Gibbs line. I'd like to get permission to copy information I may find on your pages and possibly photos back to my Ancestry tree. Nate Frost
Added by Nate on May 10, 2017 1:19 PM
"Abraham Funk age 80 years. Born in 1770- Revolutionary Soldier -teamster. Married Catherine Feather who was born in 1768 and died 1/8/1844. Abraham buried Forest Cemetery - Circleville 3/1/1848" p 59 Joseph Anthony Roof Records transcribed from church record books for the period 1835-1877 by Genevieve H. Dolle., Located in the library of the Ohio Historical Society Museum, Columbus, OH
Added by rebhud on Nov 23, 2016 4:39 AM
|Kay||RE: Heffner/Hook - Pickaway Co., OH|
Glen, You have and are doing a fine job. I have had a fun making runs to Pickaway Co. and putting together (still in the process) my husbands Heffner/Warner family and the Mausoleum is so full of history. This project started with my mother-in-law Helen Louise Heffner Smith (#44362676). Your time and dedication to Find A Grave is greatly appreciated. Thanks again, Kay #46534307
Added by Kay on Aug 05, 2016 5:06 PM
You have some very treasured photo's on Find A Grave. No flaws what so ever.
Added by Kay on Jul 26, 2016 8:58 PM
|Kay||Heffner/Hook - Pickaway Co., OH|
I added some memorial pictures for Flora Alice Heffner Hook #65560515 and her family. The lighting in the Mausoleum was not the best and I also needed a ladder. You also have one edit to review for me. Please feel free to add any photo's, corrections or additions. Your time and dedication to Find A Grave is greatly appreciated! Kay #46534307
Added by Kay on Jul 24, 2016 2:17 PM
Thanks for the directions. That will help greatly.- Kim
Added by Kim Frank on Jul 08, 2016 1:34 PM
|Kim Frank||RE: Susan Geiselmann Correll|
Hi Glen- Today is the first time I'm researching this line. I will let you know what I find for sure, but just found another record showing Michael as her father but not sourced. I will be in the neighborhood of the cemetery in a few days for the first time and look forward to stopping there.
Thanks again for all your good work.- Kim
Those Germans are so confusing when they keep giving their children the same names.
Added by Kim Frank on Jul 08, 2016 12:04 AM
|Kim Frank||Susan Geiselmann Correll|
Hi Glen- First- thank you for all your wonderful work. I just have a question or two. I'm trying to research Susan Geiselmann Correll (my 5x grgrandmother) Find A Grave Memorial# 99828240. I have found conflicting information from what I believe is her father's will. I could very well be wrong, but I think George and Marie may be her uncle and aunt. I found a will record for a Michael Geiselman with her and her husband Jacob Correl named. So, I was wondering where you got the posted information so I could compare notes.
Thanks for any help you can provide. I can send you what I have found if you would like.
Thanks again- Kim Frank
Added by Kim Frank on Jul 07, 2016 10:58 PM
|Stephen Lee Krou||RE: Mary Keyser Penrod|
Thanks for the speedy reply and please forgive my typo.
Yes, this is the correct party and she is well documented dau. of Daniel Keyser.
I've only personally added 327 memorials, not 1,858 of graves of non-relatives. Yet I have added 598 photos to my relatives site and continue. Have also done over 6,000+ approved corrections/additions to existing relatives memorials, created by well meaning non-relatives such as yourself. These being all to my direct relatives/ancestors which I have diligently researched for the past 30+ yrs. Yes there have been 40 of the 6,040+ memorial creators such as yourself who felt I was infringing on the memorial they created and refused to link/correct/alter.
I don't GUESS, yet I do use hard documentation. I don't do additions outside my direct lines that are not my kin.
I'm honestly deeply disappointed in your personal narrow mindedness Glen, yet am hopeful when you pass that whomever you have designated as caretaker of the memorials you have so graciously & thankfully created (and I do thank you warmly & deeply for that!) will see fit to link them to their rightful parents so future generations will have a true understanding of their heritage.
You Sir, have my personal deepest sympathies for your misunderstanding of what this site is for, yet my eternal gratitude for you contribution.
Sincerely - Stephen Lee Krou
Added by Stephen Lee Krou on May 09, 2016 9:06 PM
|Stephen Lee Krou||Mary Keyser Penron|
When they say "Unknown burials resolved within 30 days" they are referring to recent burials not 100 yrs ago. Ancestry.com purchased Find A Grave and it is now a non-issue :)
Added by Stephen Lee Krou on May 09, 2016 7:43 PM
|Holly (Ames) Hanna||Benjamin-Margaret (Kint) Harman|
I am working with a close friend who is a Harman. His 5th Great Grandparents are Benjamin and Margaret(Kint)Harman. We are hoping that you might be willing to transfer management of these two to me. I will be glad to follow any guidelines and give credit in whatever manner you would like. We just greatly appreciate work in gathering all the information and adding it to Find A Grave!
If you are willing their info is:
Henry # 105702273
Margaret # 105702318
My # is 47156966
Added by Holly (Ames) Hanna on Mar 05, 2016 1:16 PM
|Howard A. " Butch " Stout||stout|
Cornelius Stout first married to Amanda Rooker, they had one child who died after only 10 months, he then married Susannah Wilson and had 9 kids.
I also a copy of his obituary.
send me your email and i'll send what I have,
Added by Howard A. " Butch " Stout on Feb 24, 2016 12:25 PM
|Another Family Member||RE: Susannah Stout|
I understand all that documentation, but the death announcement of Elizabeth Sark shows that her daughter was married to Mr Cornelious Stout of Circleville Ohio
Added by Another Family Member on Feb 20, 2016 6:36 AM
|Tom and Nancy Gawthrop||RE: Stout Family Burials in Forest Cemetery|
Thank you Glen. Your research is commendable. Nancy G.
Added by Tom and Nancy Gawthrop on Feb 02, 2016 9:12 PM
|Tom and Nancy Gawthrop||Stout Family Burials in Forest Cemetery|
You have taken a picture of Edwin and Emma Stout in Forest Cemetery, Circleville, Pickaway Co, Ohio. It is posted with Golda's memorial #84831184. May I have a copy of this picture?
Whenever I have copied photographs of headstones on Find a Grave I place the name of the photographer and his contributor # on the picture before placing on Ancestry, or other genie programs. This picture would be no different. I believe in giving credit where credit is due, and to this end I place the names in a visible yet not totally obvious place on the pictures I have copied. So that if others take the picture, at least the name of the photographer is on it.
The Stouts are distant cousins. Christina Weidenhammer married a Stout in Berks Co, PA, and she was a sister of my great great great grandpa.
Added by Tom and Nancy Gawthrop on Feb 02, 2016 5:46 AM