|Pennola Nolan (#47264864)|
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I fell head over heals in love with genealogy about 14 years ago and I have not stopped searching since. I love the thrill of finding out what went on before me and only hope I can leave a trail behind me. I have solved many family mysteries for myself and others. My reward is seeing a strangers face light up or receiving a thank you letter for a "job well done". If you need something with in my reach I will search until I can't no more. "Not to know what happened before we were born, is to remain perpetually a child. For what is the worth of a human life unless it is woven into the life of our ancestors"............|
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|Bryan Anderson||RE: Earl G. Ditch|
I think the photographs of the grave I have are sufficient.
Are you related to Earl Ditch? If so, I'm trying to find photographs of him in uniform, or photos of him, especially from the WWI era. Also, any stories you have of Earl Ditch or letters from the time would be great to see - photocopies of course.
As I said, I'm working on my paternal grandfather's WWI army unit history, so anything you might have would be interesting to see.
|Bryan Anderson||Earl G Ditch|
I am researching my paternal grandfather's army unit, Company B, 355th Infantry, 89th Division. According to documentation and confirmed by his gravestone, he was in the same unit as my grandfather.
I'm not sure where I'm going with my research, but I want to eventually publish something. It may be a book, an article, or something else. Should I publish something, may I have permission to use your photograph of Earl G Ditch's gravestone? I'm not even sure I use the photograph, but I want to be prepared.
With warm regards,
Find A Grave Memorial# 12957782
|Robert Waddington||RE: William Wadsworth|
I have no idea what he looks like - never saw a photo of him or his wife. I'd say post the photo since it would have to be almost 100 years old, or older. William was in his 50's when he died in 1926, 90 years ago. The photo would put a face with his name on the memorial.
I'm surprised that a photo of William even exists. The only other source of such a photo might be his grand children or great grand children, if any are still alive.
|Robert Waddington||RE: William A. Wadsworth|
William A. Wadsworth was married to my fathers 2nd cousin Minnie Waddington. The couple had 3 children (Ruth/Arthur/William) and lived in Cleveland. I have little information concerning William except what I found on Ancestry and similar sites. Since he died in the 1920's my father, when he was alive, didn't know much about him and I have no access to Cleveland newspapers. I do know he was a plumber and I understand owned his own business. I'm not sure why but Minnie is buried in New Castle PA, on her fathers Charles Waddington cemetery plot, along with her family. Sorry I couldn't be of more help.
|David Cole||Gerald Duwan|
I found Gerald Duwan's obituary in the local paper from 1932. I posted it on his page.
You probably already know this, the Duwan's ,Father Young and Mary Herman are all buried together.
|Adam Walton||RE: Violet Pearl Waldon|
yes I am. Is there anyway you could get a picture of her grave for me? I would really appreciate it!
|Kay Harrison||RE: Edward Teeple|
Well, Let me put it this way. I do genealogy but my husband isn't at all interested in it and the TEEPLE family is one of his aunt's husbands. I do believe there were 2 Edward Teeples though, so I don't know which one you are asking about. Bob's ( my husband)
aunt Mary Bigley married an Edward Teeple, who I recall was in the Civil War.
|Waunita M Herron||Ella Jane Beaver Loomis|
Please see that you have duplicated a memorial for
Ella. See # 73988690, posted 2011, 2 years before you posted a memorial for her.
Thank you for your help on this problem.
|Adam Walton||RE: Violet Pearl Waldon|
yes I am. She was my grandfather's first cousin. Violet's father Robert was my great grandfather Willard's brother. Except Robert spelled our last name with a D and my grandfather spelled it with a T. I heard it was because of a census taker. I am trying to get a picture of Violet's grave. I wonder if she has a headstone? thank you!
|Patty Barrett||Gravestone picture|
Thank you for posting the picture of Jacqueline Marie Hevener gravestone. She was my cousin. I did not know where she was buried. Thanks for all that you do!
Patty Hevener Barrett
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