|Irene (Rose) Warner (#46586932)|
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I grew up near the Village of Mudsoc, Walnut Twp. in Gallia Co., Ohio. My family attended the Bethesda Methodist Church and my family roots are in that same area. |
I've had the pleasure of knowing most of my immediate family, including my great-grandparents and I am glad to be able to honor them on Find A Grave.
While I am not related to all the people I have listed, I have known many of their families.
I will be glad to hear from you by e-mail but please put Find A Grave message in the subject line.
Many of us have climbed around snakey, brushy cemeteries at a great personal risk to obtain these pictures.
Recently I am seeing much of my cemetery photography displayed on the Ancestry.com website on other "contributor" profiles.... Remember, when you use other people's pictures, it is only honest to give them credit for their work.
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Thanks from me and their descendants.
Added by karen on Sep 11, 2016 10:01 AM
|Tim Lunn||Jesse Lunn (#59758826)|
Rose, are you in touch with Jamie Riggle at all? She is on your friends list and I am trying to reach her about one of her memorials. It is my GGG Grandfather. The email she has registered at Find A Grave isn't working and I am desperate to contact her.
Any help would be greatly appreciated!
Added by Tim Lunn on Sep 10, 2016 9:23 PM
|Martha Hamilton||Madison Caldwell|
Thanks for the obituary Irene. It makes a nice addition to his memorial.
|Russell Kasper||Rev. Adam Hodam and Family|
Thank you for the kind words. If you are interested in more information regarding Adam and his son James Harrison Hodam and their families, an out of print book, "The Journal of James Hodam" by Robert P. Hodam is available for review at the Rantoul, Illinois, Public Library and the Rantoul Historical Society. The books were donated by me after I received them from a family member. See James Harrison Hodam memorial page on findagrave.com for related information. I had written a history article for the Rantoul Press a few years ago regarding the Hodam Family and James relocation to Central Illinois after the Civil War. As you know, he was a confederate soldier. He is only one of a dozen Confederate Soldiers buried in East Central Illinois, who were not POW casualties during the war. His family was well known and liked in the Rantoul and surrounding communities. If you are in the area, contact me, and I can take you around to their graves and show you where they lived.
Thank you, thank you -- for all the postings you just did AND for all the help when I first started blundering thru Find A Grave. Hopefully, we can meet sometime when I have to go south.
Added by karen on Jun 30, 2016 1:18 PM
|Carolyn Bowers||Find A Grave - Samuel Henry Brown|
Thanks to the picture you posted for Samuel Henry Brown (8875945), I made a great breakthrough tonight. I have been trying to identify these people in pictures I have had for over 20 years. I knew they were in Ohio and were only identified as aunts and uncles of my great grandmother's. I have two pictures taken at the same time as the one you posted. One picture has them seated with four of their grown children standing behind them. The other picture has them with about 30 people standing and sitting around them. I would be happy to share them if you are interested. I am thrilled to finally know who they are. Thank you so much!
I have come across a CW index card for a Francis M. Hysel being buried at a Estep Cemetery. He served in the 91st OH INF. You think he could be the same as your Franklin Hysel?
Added by Carl on Apr 08, 2016 6:26 PM
|firstname.lastname@example.org||RE: Virginia Folden Champer|
Thank you very much.
|Fran Wheeler||tombstone pics|
May I use your pics for my family tree? I always ask permission and then give photo courtesy. Thanks.
|L Hamilton||Thank you!|
Irene - Thank you for taking the photo of John Zona White's headstone. Lisa Hamilton
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