|A Jones Girl||Branscum|
Thanks so much for the Branscum corrections - I made a memorial for the son and added the correct obit. Thanks for the help! Take care, Deb
thanks so much for the help and kind words.. Love this site.
Added by June on Sep 04, 2017 7:19 AM
Do you work the Ridenour line? I have searched a long time for my great grandmother Clara Elizabeth Ridenour, born in MO 1848 her mother was Susannah who later married a Quincey Jordan. I do not know if Susannah was married to or born as a Ridenour but she stated in census records that she was born in IN. Have you any ideas that could help me?
Added by June on Sep 03, 2017 8:43 AM
|Alison H||RE: William W. Greer|
You're welcome. I use the library's online database of scanned Ohio newspapers to find obituaries. Many from the Oxford area make it into the Hamilton papers.
Added by Alison H on Jul 04, 2017 11:16 AM
|Ellen Jean||Roselyn lively Darrtown Cemetery|
Thank you for taking a picture of my aunt's grave. I have been busy taking care of family and I have not been able to keep up. The picture is much appreciated.
|Tonda||Carrie Burke Headstone|
Hello--Carrie Burke is a cousin of my grandmother. I notice that her death date is not listed on her headstone.
Do you know whom I might contact about getting it added to her headstone. If it is not too expensive, I would like to have it added.
Added by Tonda on Apr 12, 2017 12:47 PM
|D. Blean||Rev. Abraham Craig|
I ended up spending quite a big of time trying to learn more about Rev. Craig. I suspect he was accompanied by his mother and sister when he went to Kentucky and then to Ohio. Perhaps other friends from Pennsylvania accompanied them as they looked for new places to settle. It was because of slavery that they moved to Ohio. I can't imagine that Rev. Craig lived very far away from his mother and sister in Ohio. keep wondering how they were supported. Then the Rev. Craig's whole career goes down in disgrace! "It is truly heart sickening to see a man, favored with many rare opportunities to qualify himself for the Ministry - and by the order that Christ hath established in his church actually for years employed in this sacred work - and in the evening of life become so trifling, worldly-minded and refractory as to compel that same authority which clothed him with official livery to divest him of it." Sounds like he was a stubborn old goat. It took several years of hearings for the Presbyterians to get rid of him. Wish we knew where he was buried. He and his family members really would have been early Ohio pioneers.
Added by D. Blean on Mar 28, 2017 5:55 PM
|Cheryl White||Mary Smiley and family|
I have updated the pages for Mary, her husband John, and other members of their family buried in Mount Hope Cemetery, Topeka. Copies of the pages were sent to the cemetery office for their files.
Thank you for your edits.
|Hollis Spaier||RE: Thomas H. Benge|
Thank you. Tommy and Joyce were my Mom's cousins.
|Rick Boardman||RE: John L. Seiler|
Thanks much. Nice to hear from you.
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