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Sharon (#47194094)
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Benni
C Sue Weaver, Kirkersville Cemetery
Hello Sharon, I came across your memorial of Sue (Stout) Weaver from Ancestry.com. Sue was my mother's best friend, so I can add a bio to your memorial. Please add this to her memorial edited however you wish, as information on her is oddly becoming hard to find and it may fill in the blanks for relatives who find your memorial. But here's what I know about Sue.
She passed away February 27, 1966.
Cora Sue Stout was the daughter of James Goebel Stout, who passed away in 1996. Sue graduated from Watkins Memorial High School in 1965. She soon married Owen Weaver, a young local man who owned a farm near Baltimore, Ohio. Sue loved to style hair and had thoughts of attending beauty school to become licensed. Sue and Owen were members of the Pataskala Church of the Nazarene, where they were married in the late fall of 1965. My mother was the last person to see Sue alive; after an afternoon visit, Sue said she had to start home so she could feed the cattle before dark. Some 20 minutes later, she was involved in a head-on collision on Blacklick-Eastern Rd., when a man in a large speeding Ford topped a blind hill while left of center. She was killed instantly. Sue's funeral was held at the Pataskala Church of the Nazarene on the morning of March 1st.
Added by Benni on Oct 11, 2017 6:58 PM
Teddi Vial
Eugene Vial Lyonsville Cemetery
I tried deleting the photo. I went to the instructions and it stated on the person who uploaded photo can delete it.
Thank you
Added by Teddi Vial on Oct 07, 2017 12:05 PM
Teddi Vial
Eugene S Vial
Would you please remove the Cemetary photos from all the Vial's at the Lyons Cemertary or it may be Indian head. I want to add photos of my family and can't because I am limited to 5. Thank you
Added by Teddi Vial on Oct 07, 2017 9:12 AM
Carol's Genealogy Stuff
Mary Elizabeth Jackson Robinson
Thanks for updating her memorial with birth info and a link to her mother. I appreciate it.
FYI, Mary's father was James B. Jackson (b. abt 1821 or 22). I'm not sure what happened to him. There is a memorial for a James Jackson (Find A Grave Memorial# 4961524 ), b. 1821 d. 1901, who is buried in Archer county, TX. I don't know why he might have been in Archer county, so didn't ask you to enter that particular link, since it may not be him.
Thanks again. ~~Carol
Added by Carol's Genealogy Stuff on Oct 01, 2017 2:11 PM
Dave
John (Ned) Washington Morris FAG Memorial
In regards to my request for edit of middle name addition to this memorial, I take this stance.
I grew up across the street from the Morris Family (Melvin Leone). I have known the Morris Family all my life. My brother married Helen Viola Morris, whose father was Andrew George > Charles Ellsworth > Henry M. > John (Ned) Washington Morris
My niece (my sisters daughter) married Albert Mern Morris, whose father was Melvin Leone (Andrew's brother)>Charles Ellsworth > Henry M. > John (Ned) Washington. My wife's nephew Jeff Phillips married the 4x great grandaughter of John (Ned) Washington Morris.
John (Ned) Washington Morris was one of the first early settlers of the new Union Township, Auglaize County, Ohio, after the Indians departed to their new land to the west.. This part of Auglaize County, used to be a part of Allen County. He settled 140 acres in the southwest quadrant of Section 30, Union Township. Part of this ground still belongs to the Morris family.
John (Ned) Washington Morris came to Ohio from Virginia around 1832 with his wife Mary Ann Clarkson. Their first born son, John Washington Morris, ( b. Nov. 9, 1833) was the first white child born in Union Township. John (Ned) Washington Morris was the first Justice of the Peace in Union Township. This son bought some land about 5 miles east of the original family
plot and settled there. John Washington Morris is buried in Wesley Chapel Cemetery, Find A Grave #25360485, which is just a short distance north and east of his family home, where he lived and died.
I and the family know the name of the person who is buried under that monument is John (Ned) Washington Morris. That is what is important, it is not important whether you believe it or not.
I understand your wanting to be correct with your information. I can also understand with 22,000 memorials to look after everyday, it must keep you busy, with all the research you are doing everyday to ensure what is under your management is correct. When adding those 22,000 memorials to Find A Grave, did you do any research (other than cemetery records) that the name on the headstone is correct or the dates engraved on the monument reflect the correct birth and death dates? Do you know sometimes the actual date on the death certificate sometimes doesn't agree with the date on the stone?
I am only concerned, myself, with family members and a few close friends and acquaintances. I do my homework, and research, and make every attempt to be factual for my own memorials, and my own satisfaction and gratification. However, I am the first to admit, I am human and make mistakes.
Like I said, we know the name of the person under the headstone, and could care less whether you choose to believe it or not.
I would challenge you to produce evidence and prove to me and the family, the name of the person associated with that monument and grave record's name is not John (Ned) Washington Morris.
If you don't want to change it, then YOU should prove why it shouldn't be changed.
Thank you for your time.
I remain respectfully
Dave
Added by Dave on Sep 17, 2017 6:40 PM
Farrington/Kluttz/KinFolk
Hello
Sharon thank you fo the the edit of my ancestors Christine was also married to Stephen A. Rowe im currently researching were He is buried thus I sent his name as Rowe / Link as info all multiple marriages for historcial purposes she had all her children with Stephen her first marriage I don't feel He is buried in the camp ground cemetery but wondered if she had a stone or marker I have all the info on here first husband but no death record to prove burial location yet .I'll be linking to the rest of the family KLOTZ KLUTTZ KLUTTS KLUTZ CLUTTS CLUTZ CLUTS unless you would like to transfer there memorials for me to maintain up to you so far I see several relations in the cemetery that are related to her.
Added by Farrington/Kluttz/KinFolk on Sep 11, 2017 12:32 PM
Scott W. Trent Jr.
Question?
Sharon, found one I don't have..... who does #47993529 belong to?Scott T. - VA
Added by Scott W. Trent Jr. on Aug 31, 2017 1:19 PM
twider me
RE: Miles Welton Photo Request Memorial # 107770226
I sent her a message saying I found Nancy & Miles in Rosedale Cemetery thanks to information provided by another member and that there were pictures of their gravestones. Hopefully she will delete both Nancy and Miles in Grace Episcopal Cemetery.

I also informed her other members of the family that are buried in Rosedale. Funny thing is when I looked at her links on her Miles, she had Albert, who is in Rosedale linked to him. The Miles in Rosedale has no links to family so I will put in edits to his manager there -

Thanks again for your effort.

Added by twider me on Aug 29, 2017 10:49 AM
twider me
Miles Welton Photo Request Memorial # 107770226
I just wanted to thank you for you trouble in trying to find the headstones of Miles and Nancy (Graves) Welton as listed in the Grace Episcopal Church Cemetery. Through another members information, I did find another listing for them in Rosedale Cemetery and there were the picture of their shared headstone.
Added by twider me on Aug 28, 2017 9:11 PM
Paige Stevenson Dyer
Stevenson Family @ Camp Ground
May I request ownership for the following at Camp Ground in Kaufman County?
Mark Stevenson
Benjamin Porter Stevenson
Carl Stevenson
Walker Courtney Stevenson
Mary Virginia McNutt Stevenson
Added by Paige Stevenson Dyer on Aug 07, 2017 7:38 PM
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