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Aviva (#47400866)
 member for 6 years, 5 months, 8 days
LeeAnn Waltz
Re: Infant Robert Barton
Robert is not listed in the "Cemetery Inscriptions" book for Union Lawn, so I could not locate his grave. His parents Kenneth and Kathryn are with his grandparents. I have added their memorials and photos. I can check to see if he is by other family members: Alice Shrock or Paul and Helen Shetler. LeeAnn

Added by LeeAnn Waltz on May 01, 2017 4:28 AM

Kris Briegel
RE: grace ella rodie mcdermott neason
do you have an email that i can send you pictures of what i found

Added by Kris Briegel on Apr 10, 2017 10:16 AM

Kris Briegel
grace ella rodie mcdermott neason
can you tell me your contection to grace and vitus?
my cousin is her grandson. her first husband was a John Rodie, they had a son Albert. this is what i learned from baptismal records. she then married Joseph McDermott and Alberts name was changed to McDermott. His son also named Albert is my cousin.

I know she later married Vitus after Joseph died but I did not think she had any more children with Vitus. I thougth the children where from his previous marriages.

can you correct me if i am wrong.

this also a big discrepancy in Graces birth year. death certificate says 1895. but her father supposedly died in 1891. there is also a grace rodie listed in the childrens home in the 1900 census as being born in June 1895.

I know Jennie died in 1905 in New jersey, then her body was transported to Philadelphia for burial at Mt. Moriah.

Added by Kris Briegel on Apr 03, 2017 12:56 PM

Tom Jennings
RE: The Neasons
Frustrating, isn't it. When I get to "the other side" I'm going to give a few people a piece of my mind!

Added by Tom Jennings on Apr 02, 2017 11:28 AM

Robert Edgell
Thank you for send to Obit for Robert, it has been added to his page.

Added by Pamela on Mar 25, 2017 6:37 PM

Scott Ebert
Hi. I posted the picture of Richard and Jane Gibbs for you on their memorial pages. On the other side of the stone is Walter and Ladema Gibbs. I posted those pictures also for you. They are all at Dover Burial Park, Dover, Ohio Section C Lot 102

Added by Scott Ebert on Jan 14, 2017 12:38 PM

RE: Pachis and Schrock markers
Hello there. It was my pleasure.

The holiday wreaths were in place before I arrived. It appears someone takes good care and visits them regularly. :D

There was another stone I meant to photograph,Scherry Dodd, but I couldn't locate it. It may be there somewhere, but they've expanded that cemetery so "row 1" is more like row 3-4 now. I'll check for it again next time I'm there though.

Added by KaitiBanksGlazier on Dec 06, 2016 10:05 AM

Helen Reszegi Eakins
Poling Marker
Aviva, Well, HELLO cousin! I was just getting ready to send you a note after I saw the markers that you requested. Yes- Norma was my Mother. I am of the George Hezekiah Dyer (1803 - 1868) line. I found my family was a "lost undocumented line", so I have been busy the past six months. Let's take this off line. Please e-mail me so we can "chat". I look forward to it. Have a great day!

Added by Helen Reszegi Eakins on Nov 17, 2016 5:38 AM

Sheila (Horn) Strickler
RE: Wise Marker
Anytime, if I have others that I listed that are new and you would like a transfer, just send me a list.

Added by Sheila (Horn) Strickler on Nov 16, 2016 7:27 PM

Creg Stockwell
RE: Campbell and Williams Markers
So sorry for your loss. You are welcome for the pictures, I'm glad that they were timely. I enjoy helping people reconnect with family. These were easy to find which made me happy. So many times I'm finding that unmarked graves are common which frustrates me. On the Campbell marker, I thought I had the wrong one because your uncle apparently used his middle name, Condon, instead of Herbert.

Added by Creg Stockwell on Nov 10, 2016 5:16 PM

LeeAnn Waltz
RE: Pachis and Heckendorn markers
You're very welcome Aviva.

Added by LeeAnn Waltz on Nov 09, 2016 10:39 AM

Scott Ebert
Maurer Gravesite
Hi. Just a note for you. Fred and Florence Maurer are at Maple Grove Cemetery in Dover, Ohio, Section 3 Lot 74. This is a large family group of lots. Fred and Florence are buried here, however the stone does not have their names and dates on it. Notice in the bottom of the stone, Mary is there, also, with Fred and Florence beside her. Charles Sr. and other family members are on the other side of this stone.

Added by Scott Ebert on Oct 24, 2016 12:19 PM

re Mt View photo request
It would make photo volunteers job easier if you could call or email the office at Mt View and inquiry where your ancestors are buried and if they have a headstone. If there isn't a marker, all you'd get is a photo of the location of burial. :/

Added by Taweret on Oct 12, 2016 1:42 AM

RE: Harry Wheeling Young Marker
Sounds Good. I have also put in an edit for his Plot. He is buried beside his Parents & I input the GPS coordinates.

Added by G. on Oct 08, 2016 1:30 PM

RE: Maurer marker
You are quite welcome. I'm glad I could help.


Added by Sidney on Sep 16, 2016 3:46 PM

Scott Ebert
Gibbs Downey
Hi. I took a few pictures for you today. The Gibbs-Downey memorial is a very large family group of lots at Maple Grove Cemetery in Dover, OH. I've posted the pictures you requested but have a few more if you'd like them. Email me at and I can email them to you.

Added by Scott Ebert on Sep 15, 2016 8:44 AM

RE: Alyce Williamson Obit
You are very welcome and if there is anything else I can do to help please let me know.

Added by SteveDM on Aug 26, 2016 11:56 AM

Alyce Williamson
Hi Aviva,
I went to the library here in Cambridge and found Alyce Williamson's obit,and posted it on her memorial page. Double click the obit. and you can read it better. Hope this is some help to you in your search on her.

Added by SteveDM on Aug 26, 2016 2:20 AM

RE: Williamson markers
You are very welcome glad I could be of some help to you.

Added by SteveDM on Aug 13, 2016 3:41 AM

Janice Dyer Doran
Thank you
Thank you, so much, for the obit on Forrest Dyer. I really appreciate the information.
God's Blessings
Janice Dyer Doran

Added by Janice Dyer Doran on Aug 11, 2016 4:43 PM

Lynette Jones
Yockey, Steinhoff, etc.
Hello, cousin!

Here's a link that should delight you. It's a listing of burials at Smithland. There are 2 Lantis folks on the list, no Shinkle surname.

I have some Yockey in my tree way back. Believe at that time it was Jacky or at least in my records it is. And I'm indeed related to Steinhoff (mother's surname) and Eichhorn. I'm related to lots of those people who migrated from Monroe County, Ohio to Woodbury County, Iowa.

Added by Lynette Jones on Aug 02, 2016 12:45 PM

Lynette Jones
RE: DeFresna marker
You are so welcome. That is such an interesting name that it was easy to find in the cemetery. Did you notice the small markers to left and right of the large stone? I assume children but don't know.

Added by Lynette Jones on Aug 02, 2016 10:25 AM

Albert Ledoux
RE: Moffitt Marker
You're very welcome!

Added by Albert Ledoux on Jul 29, 2016 4:33 PM

Albert Ledoux
RE: Ardrey Marker
You're quite welcome!

Added by Albert Ledoux on Jul 19, 2016 10:15 AM

Preston Pierce
RE: Burkhart Marker
You are so very welcome. I actually enjoy going out and walking the graveyards... good quiet alone time :)

Added by Preston Pierce on Jul 19, 2016 10:12 AM


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