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|During the summer months I am photographing Glen Rest Memorial Estate in Reynoldsburg, Ohio. This is done section by section and there can be over 500 markers in each section, it is slow work. Please have patience with me. If you find errors on those I have uploaded, please contact me for corrections. It is always good to hear from you.|
As of July, 2015, I have completed Sections: ASouth, B, D, F,H, P, R, S and T. I have worked hard in eliminating duplicates and hope that if you find one, you will let me know.
This past summer: I have half of Section C photographed and am in the process of uploading them. They did the trimming of the markers in Sept. and I have been trying to get as much done as I can. They did a good job which makes it easier for me.
I give permission for anyone wanting to use my photos for their family tree.
Families of interest: Roehl, Caldwell, Smiley, Price.
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Find A Grave
14,358 Memorials Added
14,204 Memorials Managed
1 Photo Request
32 Volunteer Photos Taken
5 Virtual Flowers
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|J. Wilson||RE: Linking granchildren and great grands|
Thanks so much for your response. I figured out how to do it. I don't need anything transferred. You all are doing a magnificent job!
|J. Wilson||Linking granchildren and great grands|
Thank you for all that you are doing. How can I link my son's grave to his grandmother's?
|Deborah Zimmerman McCoy||William Griffin|
Thanks so much for the transfer, your kindness is greatly appreciate. I've added photos, places and an obit.
|Joy Kettell-Clarridge||Re: Martin W Cramblitt #76826608|
Hello Dottie, my Uncle Martin Cramblitt just died. I've input his birth & death dates awaiting to be accepted.
Did you by chance input a memorial for his wife Kathy listed on their headstone? I did find another memorial for her Kathryn Kinser Cramblitt #104621995.
Thanks for your time,
Joy Kettell Clarridge
|Jim Maloney||Jack Robert King|
Memorial for Jack Robert King # 111139206. Jack is the son of William Ferinand King and Violet M. Gale King. His siblings were Billy King and Dorothy King. Jack would have been my first cousin. His dad(William F. King) was born in Pomeroy Ohio 10-28-1887, Died 3-13-1957, buried in Greenlawn cemetery, no headstone. His Mom(Violet M. Gale) was born in Hamilton Ontario Canada. The name Ferinand is how it is spelled on documents I've found. Thanks for all the hard work you do. Jim Maloney. I'm still searching Violet, Billy and Dorothy. firstname.lastname@example.org
|Ms. Clyde||Robert Kaiser|
Your memorial for Robert is 73218581
Robert Franklin Kaiser, 67, Englewood, FL, died Jan. 22, 2004, at Englewood Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center. He was born Feb. 6, 1936, in Columbus, Ohio, and came to Englewood from there in 1978. He owned the Friendly Donut Shop from 1978 to 1982 and Village Interiors, both in Englewood. He was a member of Suncoast Worship Center Church of God and a former member of Sunrise Rotary Club. He was a member of several Englewood bowling leagues.
Survivors include daughters Cindy Hewitt of Columbus, Ohio, Kathy Kreutzer of Louisiana, Cheryl Zilinski of Bartlesville, Ok, Melanie of Englewood, and Alice of Colorado; sons Robert Jr. of Columbus and Richard of Englewood; sisters Margaret Morgan of Millersport, Ohio, and Julia Alwood of Ashton, Ohio; brothers Earl of Ithaca, NY, and Charles of Texas; 10 grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.
Visitation will be from 10-11:30am Monday, with a service to follow, at Englewood Community Funeral Home. Additional services and burial will be in Ohio. Published in Herald Tribune on Jan. 24, 2004.
Dottie thank you for adding her memorial and her transfer.🌷
Added by Lynda on Aug 21, 2016 4:24 PM
|M W Bencal||Monroe B Felsenthal #141950849|
Thank you for accepting my edits on Monroe B Felsenthal, and thank you for all that you do to remember those who have passed.
M W Bencal
Dottie, Thanks so much for the transfer.
Added by White on Jul 21, 2016 6:57 PM
|Pat Berel||Arvil Dees|
Thank you for the transfer of the Arvil Dees memorial. It is appreciated. May the favor return to you.
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