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I have been happily married since 1995 and we have three beautiful children. We also have the cutest grandaughter you could ever wish for.|
I was bitten by the genealogy bug a little over ten years ago and have been helplessly addicted ever since. I am a freelance genealogical researcher and volunteer genealogist for FamilySearch. I am a stickler for details and verifiable information.
If you are researching family from Brown County, Ohio please join us on my Brown County, Ohio Genealogy Facebook group, https://www.facebook.com/groups/369871666379886/
Boone County, Kentucky, https://www.facebook.com/groups/264458680296818/
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|Anna Jaech||John Stephens|
I'm part of the Monroe county MO Stephens clan, and I shall work forever on them; or at least until I'm certain of the man who was Benjamin's father.
I found your John's complete application for a RevWar pension - 3.5 typed pages which I can cut down considerably. It is very interesting. More so than most.
If I prepare it, will you place it on his memorial? Or, I can tell you how to find it and you can write it as you wish. It really needs to be there. Isn't Bob Robb in your line?
|Ruth McClay||Grooms & Wolfe families of Adams Co OH|
I sent an email to you but it was returned to me marked "This Message was undeliverable due to the following reason: The user(s) account is temporarily over quota."
|Lorraine Wilson Butts||Margaret and her son Conrad Bosshammer|
I found the Clermont County Genealogical page for Clark Cemetery (Clermont County, Ohio) , after finding your post in Find A Grave.
Where Margaret and Conrad Bosshammer are Buried, they are mother and son.
On Margaret Headstone it says she is the wife of John Bosshammer, They are my Great Great Grandparent.
Is it possible for you to transfer these two accounts to me.
I know,and I am thankful for all the hard work you have done to fine them! I would have never been able to fine then, if it was not for you. Thank you so much
Lorraine Wilson Butts
Spring Creek, Nevada
|Ruth McClay||Theodore P Grooms|
Find A Grave Memorial# 78748640
Just sent an "Edit" suggestion. According to his death certificate, he died July 6, 1950.
Also, if he is not in your direct line, would you please consider transferring his memorial to me. Theodore and his wife Clara are my husband's great-grandparents (maternal side).
Thanks! Ruth McClay
Found a few of my relatives under your care :)
I do not manage mass memorials , only collecting family.
You have my 2G Grandmother Lucinda Hite # 63689037, John Hite # 38401655 Warner Hite # 63689081 Dora Hite # 38401718 John Harley Hite #83739474 Ahma Tess Hite # 38401447.
If any of these are not your closer relatives , I am hoping you will kindly transfer them. Thanks so very much! ~Nicole
|Life's a garden, dig it!||Meredith Rothwell|
This memorial #88620285 is my g-g uncle. He is buried in the Manchester IOOF Cemetery, not West Union. Please amend and thank you for your contribution.
|Life's a garden, dig it!||Elizabeth Mahala Greenlee|
Hello and thank you for adding the memorial. However, you have Mahala in the wrong cemetery. I have photographed this entire family and she is in West Union IOOF Cemetery. See the picture I added along with the death certificate that says WU IOOF. Thank you and please amend.
|Debra Lewis||James Nelson Grooms|
James & Rachel had three more children: Hassler b. Aug. 1885, Pearl b. 1902 and Clarence. Do you know anything about them?
|Debra Lewis||Marcus Grooms|
So we are related!
|familysearcher||RE: Catherine Martin Fite|
Thank you for you quick response. I see the link now.
I am very interested in Brown County, Ohio genealogy. To name a few, I am descended from Brown County families of Martins, Fites and Ralstons dating back to the very early 1800's. Do you live in Brown County?
I have added hundreds of Brown County names to findagrave. There are a few old cemeteries I'd like to visit but they are back in wooded areas and as an elderly woman I'm afraid to trek there alone.
I don't have Facebook, but your group sounds so fascinating.
I've been to the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, the National Archives in Washington D.C., gone to scores of genealogical conferences and traveled to many locales in my genealogical searching. I've been chased by angry bulls, come across snakes and a group of wild dogs intent on attacking me during my cemetery quests.
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