|Kym☺||RE: Kathryn Githens|
I transferred her memorial to you ... it should be cared for by a family member. She was a beautiful lady. I don't get out to the cemeteries now but keep looking as there are several that pick up where I leave off. Good Luck!!
Added by Kym☺ on Jul 26, 2011 6:29 PM
|Jeanine||RE: George Hartford|
I am glad I was able to help you out
Added by Jeanine on Apr 23, 2011 8:41 PM
|Craig H. Trout||Pendleton TROUT|
Thank you so much for the fine photographs of the gravestone for Pendleton TROUT. Your special efforts are appreciated more than you can know!
Craig H. Trout
Added by Craig H. Trout on Apr 02, 2011 6:08 AM
Thank you so much for taking the time to take care of my request.
I truly appreciate everything you do.......
Added by Frances on Mar 27, 2011 8:36 PM
By the way, I am in Southern Vermont so probably not useful for you for taking photos but if I am let me know. M McNamee
Added by M McNamee on Mar 26, 2011 10:01 AM
|M McNamee||RE: Fletcher Cemetery McNamee|
Hi J Hartford,
Thanks for telling me. I think someone said it used to be part of Licking Co. but not sure. I'll change it. Saw a pic. of his grave on line but don't want to steal it. If you find yourself there please take a picture of his wife, Susan Snyder Showalter McNamee too, d. 1895. Thank you, M McNamee
Added by M McNamee on Mar 26, 2011 9:56 AM
|Robert Jones||RE: Hillar Twp Houcks|
Thanks so much for the lead on History of Knox County. I actually have a CD copy of the book. What a great resource. Thanks so much for thinking of me.
Added by Robert Jones on Mar 26, 2011 6:05 AM
|kpet||RE: Transfer of Catherine|
I am still looking for the stone for George Hartford. The sections of the cemetery are not defined and people seem to be in the wrong spot going by the book. Hopefully I will find it on my next trip out there. Kay
Added by kpet on Mar 25, 2011 1:36 PM
|kpet||RE: Michael Fahay|
I really can't read that obit on Catherine well enough to transfer it so if you will send me your Find A Grave number I will transfer the grave to you so that you can add it. Kay
Added by kpet on Mar 25, 2011 6:12 AM
|Robert Jones||Houck Family|
Thanks so much for the terrific pictures for Allen, Harriet and Lydia. This is just fantastic. You have been a great help. I made the changes that you mentioned and credited the photos for William of Jacob and Eliza. Thanks agian!
Added by Robert Jones on Mar 22, 2011 3:38 PM
|Robert Jones||William Houck and Family|
I am so grateful that you have recorded the information and photographed our family memorials. I have been gathering and researching for many years but never have made it back to Ohio to visit the family cemetery plots or roam the area where they all lived. Knox and Licking are rich with their stories. Your help has added another page to my family book. Thanks so much. I really appreciate your search for William Houck Sr too. My cousin, Joan French is coming up to her grandson's graduation from Denison in May. I am giving her the best directions and locations of places and graves for her to visit. She will be the first back in the area since 1968 when our cousin and aunt took the first pictures and did the first research. Thanks again, Bob Jones
Added by Robert Jones on Mar 22, 2011 3:34 AM
|Cindy Cornwell McCachern||Thank You|
Thanks for the photo of Walter and Elizabeth Cornwell's tombstone.
Added by Cindy Cornwell McCachern on Mar 18, 2011 6:25 AM
|Robert Jones||RE: William Houck|
Thanks for all of the great information. Do you know what cemetery William Houck Sr. is buried in? My little cousin William (age 2) is the son of Jacob and Eliza (Critton) Houck. They are buried in Homer Cemetery along with some of the rest of our family. I greatly appreciate your help.
Added by Robert Jones on Mar 14, 2011 3:18 AM
|kpet||RE: Hartford / Lally / Billings photos|
I added some obits, also have one for the little Hartford boy but had to send it to someone to add. I am wondering if Katherine is really buried there with her husband dying so young. Will have to check on that.
Added by kpet on Mar 12, 2011 4:14 PM
I just entered another Lally family in Calvary. Don't know if they are connected to you. Kay
Added by kpet on Mar 12, 2011 3:04 PM
|Cindy Cornwell McCachern||Thank you|
Thank you so much for the photo of Elizabeth Cornwell's tombstone. I have added a memorial for Walter. I would love for you to add the photo to his memorial also. Did you see any other nearby Cornwell stones while you were there?
Added by Cindy Cornwell McCachern on Mar 10, 2011 2:50 AM
|Robert Jones||RE: William Houck|
Greetings again. I just found a reference in the Abstract of Graves of Revolutionary Patriots, Vol.2, p. Serial: 11756; Volume: 6 listing the grave in the family cemetery in Hilliar Township. Also have this: "Served in the U.S. Regiment under Lieutenant Col. Josian Harmar from 1783-1790 William Houck, father of Jacob and James Houck, built a blacksmith shop-the first in the township-on the property of Jacob Houck, on the main road. The abandoned shop was left standing, and in that Miss Mitchell taught the first school, in 1820."
Added by Robert Jones on Mar 06, 2011 6:25 AM
|Robert Jones||RE: William Houck|
Good Morning! It was exciting to hear of the possibility of finding the headstone of my 3x great grandfather. William Houck served in the U.S. Regiment under Lieutenant Col. Harmar from 1783-1790. He was the father of Jacob and James Houck, built a blacksmith shop-the first in the township-on the property of Jacob Houck, on the
main road. The abandoned shop was left standing, and in that a Miss Mitchell taught the first school, in 1820. He married Sophia Wages in 1785. Perhaps her stone is near his. He died in 1837 near Homer. Thanks so much for your help. I can hardly wait for word.
Added by Robert Jones on Mar 04, 2011 4:18 AM
|Sharen A. Durler-Pflughoeft||RE: Harrison, Benson and Florida|
Okay....I was hoping for the possibility that the Harrison's and Orr's were close by...but to have them on the same monument, definetly provides a direct link which I knew existed!!! I'm always surprised sometimes when I take a second visit back to a cemetery...what I see the second time but was invisible the 1st time...often makes me question my "aging" eyes!!! But this is wonderful. Can't wait to get back to Oklahoma so I can download and upload. Thank you so much for that second trip...here's hoping that the "Spring" stays sprung at least for longer than a day or two!!! Enjoy while you can....Sharen
Added by Sharen A. Durler-Pflughoe... on Feb 27, 2011 11:23 AM
|Sharen A. Durler-Pflughoeft||RE: Anna Myers - Licking cemetery|
Oh how sad that such a wonderfully old cemetery has fallen into neglect. But thank you so very much for the great photo of Anna's gravestone...and even though it doesn't tell me much....the group shot does!!! A Special thanks for taking the time to add the caption on the group shot. I think now I can hopefully determine who the other two stones just might be...but currently in Kansas. Will return to Oklahoma and my pile of questions/details on Tuesday. sure wish now I'd brought my notebook with me. Cannot thank you enough. So sorry to hear that the weather is not cooperating...I think it's confused itself this year. It's freezing cold her one minute and the next day in the 70's!!! Thanks again...stay warm and dry...Spring is coming, I hope!!! Sharen
Added by Sharen A. Durler-Pflughoe... on Feb 26, 2011 10:12 PM
|Sue Butterfield Picard||Radcliffe|
I was surprised you even attempted in the winter to photograph. We are covered with snow here in WI and it's falling out my window today...photo requests must wait till spring here. Thank you again.
Added by Sue Butterfield Picard on Feb 26, 2011 2:01 PM
|Sue Butterfield Picard||Radcliffe's|
Thank you, for photographing the Radcliffe's tombstone for me. It's a beautiful one. Thanks.
Added by Sue Butterfield Picard on Feb 26, 2011 10:52 AM
|Sharen A. Durler-Pflughoeft||Maple Grove-Alexandria: Orr Family|
Thank you so much for the great photo's of Henrietta, Silas and Lena Orr's gravestones...especially thank you for the group group shot!! That helps so much in tryng to visualize and determining the relationships. Hope is was a beautiful day out up there. The last couple of days in Oklahoma have been like a "false spring"...but I'm not complaining!!!
Added by Sharen A. Durler-Pflughoe... on Feb 21, 2011 9:18 AM
|R.W.Van Meter||Arminda and Joseph Roberts|
Thank you for the headstone pictures they make a great addition to the family tree. Rach
Added by R.W.Van Meter on Feb 18, 2011 7:07 PM
|Olin E. Hartley||Kummer's|
Just a note thank you for the photos of the above. I really appreciate your time ad effort. If i can ever help you here in East Texas, don't hesitate to ask.
Added by Olin E. Hartley on Feb 18, 2011 10:44 AM