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I started doing some geneological research which led to my discovery of 'Find A Grave'. Part of my research included finding the graves of my ancestors and keeping a photographic record of what I find. While I was walking the cemeteries I started seeing familiar names of family and old friends so I photograph them and put them on the website. Sometimes I just shoot a photo of anything that catches my interest such as some of the older neglected markers that I find. I also have been registering the gravesites of Civil War veterans with the "Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War" graves registration database. Since 2012, I have begun photographing all of the cemeteries around Leipsic, Ohio. ...And I also discovered that cemeteries are a nice peaceful place to take an easily distracted german shepherd dog for an evening walk.|
Please use the edit tab on the memorial to request a transfer. Send your Find A Grave membership number and your relationship to the deceased. It is my policy to transfer memorials to family as long as I am not related to the deceased.
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I try to get the information in the memorials as accurate as possible but sometimes the only information I have is incomplete or incorrect. I prefer to work from photos that I shoot when visiting a cemetery in person, and for the majority of the memorials that I have entered into Find a Grave, a headstone photo is the only documentation I have.
Please use the edit tab on the memorial to make additions and corrections. Since Find a Grave now links to other websites used for genealogical research, please try to be as accurate as possible to keep this site a useful resource. Unless you have firsthand knowledge of the deceased, please research, document and verify information when making edits. If something does not look right to me I will recheck and verify the information and you should do the same.
You may use my Find a Grave photos on ancestry.com or other websites and projects involving genealogy. And as always, please give credit where credit is due.
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|Tony||PFC Hilario O Perez|
Thank you very much.
Added by Tony on Aug 23, 2017 9:58 AM
Is there anyway to see what the 2 Ringlein stones say?? they are my kin and I would like the info please any and all Ringleins are my relatives any help appreciated
Eva Marie Schenider was John Ringleins mother
6 26 1799 we have no death date or stone for her
if you run across her please let us know
Johann ringlein 1826 is my great gr father
we also looking for his 1/2 sisters Schneiders
Eva being their mother her spouse was Weber
John is from the 1st husband
|Karen Finch||Hawkins relative?|
I noticed your photos of two of the Hawkins (Blanche and Edward) and wondered if you are a relative? Eva Hutchison (only one n) and L.O. Hawkins are in a wedding photo with my great great aunt. I believe they were cousins. I added the photo to the couple. I have some questions, if so.
Can you "fix" or removed the picture you added? It is turned. Thanks
Added by skydancr on Apr 03, 2017 5:45 AM
|Valice Raffi||Thomas Wilson Prentiss|
|Kathy Erikson||112934231 (Lafferty)|
If you will look more closely at the tombstone for James R. Lafferty you will see that it says he died in 1894, not 1884. His probate record also says 1894. (He was my third GGF)
|Sharon Hurricks||Rose Ann Fairchild|
Thanks so much for the transfer. I will be adding additional info on her.
|SWT||Julia Catherine Lindle|
Thanks for the edit to Julia Catherine Lindle.
The Tingle family is difficult to follow in places, and it helps to have details on the Memorials.
Added by SWT on Dec 07, 2015 10:49 AM
Thanks so much for the transfer, and, your time and trouble!
Added by bstahl on Sep 25, 2015 4:52 PM
I truly appreciate the transfer - thank you!
Added by bstahl on Sep 21, 2015 12:34 PM
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