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|Rhonda Fraley Burnett (#46611443)|
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|I started researching my family history in 1999 and is now a passion.|
I wanted to visit cemeteries that my family was buried and started photoing them. My goal is to visit and photo all of the cemeteries.
Seeing so many cemeteries deteriorating and headstones fading away, I decided to begin to photo all of the area cemeteries and put on-line (2007).
I live in Preble County, Ohio but my father's family roots are in Eastern Kentucky ... Boyd Co, Elliott Co, etc. I research the Fraley, Ison, Hamilton, Barker families. On my mother's side are the Trimble & Fugate families from Butler Co OH and Breathitt Co KY.
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|Kathleen Race||RE: Thank you|
Those are good ideas. I will check with them.
|Kathleen Race||Thank you|
Thank you for your work listing on Find a Grave. Because of your work, I found one of my relatives - Reading W Gibbs, a civil war veteran. I am also looking for the graves of Thomas Scott (1780-1842) and his wife, Mary Smith Scott (d. 1850's?) who are likely also buried in the Friends Meeting House cemetery in West Elkton, Preble county. Do you know if there are any records of the graves there that are either unmarked or are now impossible to read or have broken headstones? I have tried to contact the leader of that Meeting House, but they have disbanded.
|MooreToots||Thomas M. Huffman @ 104054316|
Looking at the Headstone of Thomas and his birth year, there seems to be curve in the last digit and zero in front, possibly 1803, but not an 1810.
I myself had Thomas down as 1807(I can't bring the photo in close enough to tell the Birth Year, of Thomas, it could be '03' or '08', for all I know), the month and date are another mystery to solve, as other researchers claim his birth was 30th of Dec and others claim 30th of Jan....LOL
Thank you, and GOD Bless!
|lauren moore||Sarah Fraley Moore?|
Hi. I noticed your picture of John Fraley's monument, and wondered if you have any clue where his sister, Sarah Fraley Moore, and possibly her husband Tom Moore, or her children might be buried? I thought they might be in the Tom Moore cemetery, but I'm not sure.
Sarah & Tom are my gg-grandparents. I live in Michigan, and am disabled, so I'm not able to go out there and look.
Britton B Fraley (1808 - 1892)
Abigail Barker Fraley (1802 - 1905)
John Fraley (1828 - 1906)
Sarah Fraley Moore (1831 - 1897)*
Louisa Fraley Gillum (1838 - 1917)*
George W.C. Fraley (1843 - 1914)*
Leander Martin Fraley (1853 - 1900)*
Elliott County Memory Gardens Cemetery
|Stephanie ||Esther Earhart #26626590|
Hi! Would you be able to change the "RH" to an "FH" on the parent's transcription for Esther Earhart, # 26626590? It looks like it was just a typo :)
Thank you for the transfer and all your hard work.
Added by Skooter on Jun 21, 2017 9:14 PM
|Mark Bailey||We could be related|
Rhonda, if you have any of these people in your family, it's a sure bet that we are related. I have a number of Deans in my family.
|Mark Bailey||Myrtle Fugate|
Rhonda, have you Mrytle Fugate in your family?
|Kayla sue Johnson||Thank you|
Lewis Franklin "Frank" Waugh is my great great grandpa. I never. Knew anything about my family history. My grandma was his granddaughter and my mom was his great granddaughter.
|Joyce Fannin||RE: Blanche Ison Barker|
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