|Nancy Thompson (#46988183)|
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My interest in genealogy began ten years ago when I started my Family Trees. Most of my relatives are from PA and OH. My research led me to join ROAGK in IA, where I volunteered to help others in their search for information. Since my retirement, I am now dedicating my time to entering information into "FAG". Hopefully some of the information and gravestone pictures will help others in their searches. If you note errors in my entries, please let me know by email and include "FAG" in the subject line. I hope my contributions add to the value of this important site.|
Find a Grave has implemented a new way to submit Edits! Unfortunately, there are far too many members for Find a Grave to notify everyone via email, so it's up to us to get the word out. If every member posts this message (or similar) in their profile, hopefully we can help spread the word.
To suggest a correction (SAC) click on the edit tab of the memorial that needs to be corrected. Then click on the link which best describes where your edit should occur. Enter your correction, when you're done, click submit edit. Your request will be sent to the manager of the memorial and will appear in the managers' profile under the Edits tab.
Managers will no longer receive emails. They must go directly to their profile page and click on the Edits tab. Managers can approve, deny or ignore, suggested corrections. It's quick and easy!
Requesting a transfer other corrections are still handled the same way. Click on "suggest any other correction or addition," type your message and press "send this message." The manager of the memorial will receive an email.
Bowmans Chapel Cemetery
Center Cemetery (35)
Cornelius Chapel Cemetery
Mount Union Cemetery
Old Baptist School Church...
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|Sharon Wetzel, OH||RE: Racer, John & Mary|
You are most welcome, Nancy. Sorry there were no gravestones, but I was glad that the cemetery had good records. I was worried about exact locations, but was able to confirm their location since Samuel Youart was the very next grave to John in row 9.
Have a great day!
|Mike Fleck||RE: Fleck's|
Looks good ... thanks.
|Mike Fleck||RE: Jacob Grant Lane|
I think you're confusing him for his son Jacob "Grant" Lane. Grant is on his tombstone but it is not on his fathers. Grant Lane was my great grandfather ... most of the family genealogy that I have on the Lanes came from him and in his handwriting. He was born in 1870 and named Grant after President US Grant, not his father.
Grant was inherited the farm from his father Jacob. It's Richard Lane's original homestead, It passed on to Dutton Lane, then his son Jacob, then Jacob "Grant". My cousin Estal Fleck owns the farm now. It borders Old School Baptist Church.
|ctwardo||RE: Hune, Christina (Myers)|
Christina is my grandmother. I am certain that she was only ever married to William Hune and lived her all life in Washington Co., OH. Her father Lewis was born in Virginia and came to Ohio by 1834. It is possible that your Christina may have been a daughter of one of his siblings. Christina
Added by ctwardo on Mar 30, 2017 9:00 AM
|Marsha Holder||Kimberly Hux|
Hi Nancy, glad you found this big mistake. From her memorial, no links have been made. I notified the creator of the two sons of their mistake. John Wesley and William N. were listed as children but no husband. Thanks again. Marsha
|Rick Thoman||Ida Greenland Rickabaugh|
Thanks for the nudge. According to his death cert, Ida's husband Samuel was also buried at Beavertown Cemetery, so I've created his memorial. — Rick
|Brian J. Ensley||RE: Mildred Wagstaff|
No problem- I completely understand and I've run into a few of those people. My feeling is this- I don't have the time to research every change that comes up from people so I have to trust that they know what they're talking about.
If they're wrong, then I hope that I'll either come across the right info on my own later, or someone else will.
As for sources, this site started out many years ago as a grave site registration, only requiring the minimum of a name and death date. Since then it has evolved into one of the most widely-used resources for genealogy (especially since Ancestry can be expensive for many). The rules for F-A-G have changed over time in regards to what is acceptable and what isn't. I don't think being taken over by Ancestry has made things better in many areas, but that's my opinion.
They finally reversed their opinion about placing death certificates where photos are uploaded. Now they're accepted when before they weren't. Some people still don't like them because it makes the memorial look "ugly." I respect their wishes if they control that particular memorial, but for me, it's a source and I use them (although many are wrong and need backed up with alternate sources).
It's the same with obituaries. I'm a published author and I know about copyright law. If anyone puts an obituary on a memorial, as long as they properly cite the source there should be no problem no matter how old or recent it is. And as for living people being mentioned, if it's a problem, then they shouldn't be in the original obituary. Because that obituary is going to end up on-line via the newspaper's website, the funeral home's website, and from there, any reasonable expectation of privacy is lost and control of that information is gone.
It's all about how you cite the source. This site can be a wealth of information. I've seen every possible means of media have its' share of errors- wrong dates and information on headstones, obits, death certificates, census records, you name it, as I'm confident you, yourself have seen. So the more of these items that can be entered onto a memorial as possible, the better to help back up each other.
When I fulfill a request, I treat each one with the same care and respect as if they were my own ancestor. I go above and beyond- not by just posting a photo, but also by finding death certificates, looking for maiden names, full dates, etc. But, enough of my rambling. I appreciate your efforts and all you do for this site.
|Brian J. Ensley||Mildred Wagstaff|
I linked Mildred to her parents, but to make things easier, in the future, please use the edit tab and enter the parents memorial numbers in there for links.
P.S.- If you need any help out this way don't hesitate to give me a shout.
|Staci Sexauer||RE: Rupert, Jesse, #29261510|
I got the middle name for Jesse C. from his WWI Draft Registration, available on Ancestry.
I am doing this family tree for my niece. John Sr. and Christiana are her 5th great grandparents. She descends from John Jr.'s line, through James Lane, to Jesse James. As she is a minor, I prefer not to go into much more detail.
Thanks for your help. I'm sure I'll be in touch again :)
|Tom Schoening||Russell Shaffer|
Nancy - Are You related to Russell ????
Merry Christmas - Tom Schoening
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