|Cameron-Ashley Heath||Bradley Cemetery, Madison Co OH|
All of the Bradley Cemetery, Madison Co OH is not in yet, but I saw you put flowers on David Bradley saying 4x great grandfather. Could you help me link the ones that are in there? I assume you've done some of the genealogy on them. I'm not related so could use some assistance with info to put on them, and any old photos you may have or list of children etc
|Brenda Wolfe||RE: Goshen Cemetery|
Directions to Goshen Cemetery, Follow 93 towards Roseville, pass Lambert Rd on left, next left is Co. Hwy 696 or Rose Hill road turn lt. on this road. Soon as you go around the curve on the left is a house and farm (sheep), turn into their driveway, and follow driveway straight to the top of hill. Place is owned by Geoffrey Kimpel, he takes care of the cemetery also. Address is 6130 Rosehill Road.
Thank you for the Clapper photo. Sorry it took so long to get back to you. I'm catching up on my e-mail. Is it too late for you to e-mail me your Clapper copies? Thanks, Judy jczervas@earthlink. net
|Greg and Cindy Thredgold||Marshall Crane|
Thank you for finding out there is no headstone
for Marshall... I appreciate your efforts.
Diane, Thank you so very much for finding Elizabeth Clapper's headstone! From the photos of the cemetery overtaken by weeds, it looks like it must have been a challenge. I really appreciate your efforts! Her husband, George Clapper was a Revolutionary War Patriot, served under General Ewing, and was at Trenton for the capture of the Hessians (if you watched "Who do You Think You Are", that group of Hessian soldiers is the same ones that Rob Lowe's ancestor was with!). I wish I could travel to the cemetery to try to clean up their graves and place a flag on his. It's so sad the cemetery is in such bad shape. Thanks for getting the photo of Elizabeth's headstone before it is lost forever. I am forever grateful! Vicki
|Sylvia Ford||Calista Hale|
Thank you for taking the time to look for her headstone. You are probably correct that the headstone was broken or no longer readable. Thank you for taking the time to search. Sylvia Ford
|finnbar cox||William Fitz|
Thank you for searching for my ancestor tombstone. I especially appreciate your kindness as it takes more time to search for a missing tombstone than to take a picture of one you can find. Thank you for taking the time too to let me know...
|Charlene Birt Raddon||Fogle baby|
Thank you for the photo. I appreciate it.
|Susan Serr||Gaffney headstones (or lack thereof)|
Thank you so much for searching for Franklin and Alcinda Gaffneys' headstones. I had no idea that they either didn't have them or they have become too worn to read. I found the cemetery records when I was in Muskingum County two years ago. I did try to find them at the cemetery but it is large and did not appear to be all that well marked as to sections, that I thought I just didn't see the markers.
I truly appreciate your gracious effort in looking for them!
Thank you for looking into Andrew Richardsons headstone, it is appriciated.
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