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Joan Shoffner (#46835779)
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Bio Photo My name is Joan Shoffner
I have lived all my life in Sidney,Ohio
I have been searching for my Family for 10 years.My Husband would go along with me to the cemetery. I take a lot of tombstone picture and put them on Find a Grave so that other people can find there family member.

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Paul Griffin
RE: elliott
Thanks Joan,
We have been in contact with a Dawn Carnes who has helped us immensely. She has given us marker location and will attempt to send photo once snow clears.
Does your family friend have any additional photos or info on hand?
Paul Griffin
Added by Paul Griffin on Feb 20, 2017 5:28 PM
David Flomerfelt
2 Pioneer Cemeteries
Hi Joan and again thank you for all your great work. Would it be possible to separately identify the 2 Pioneer Cemeteries at Port Jefferson & the one at Plattsville (rather than just Shelby County)to avoid any confusion as to who is where. It appears the one in Port Jefferson is pretty much just a jumble of stones moved off their original locations. It appears to be well outlined on Google Maps. Have county records preserved the entire area there? Dave Flomerfelt
Added by David Flomerfelt on Feb 11, 2017 4:06 PM
Donna Monnier
Croker Family - Greenlawn Cemetery, Versailles, OH

I'm not sure how to fix the following correction. I created a memorial for William Croker, but you created the memorial for Minerva Jane Croker. I'm going to post the correction on William's memorial under the biography and try to fix what I can. The correction was left as a message to me from PJ Monroe. Here is the message:

Good morning,
Someone has the Croker family mixed up. Minerva Jane Hole married William H. Croker 14 Jun 1882 in Montgomery County, Ohio. They raised six children and can be found on the 1900 census in Versailles, Ohio. William moved into the IOOF Home in Springfield, Clark, Ohio 16 Aug 1909. Jane is head of household in 1910 w/ Frank and Vernon at home listed as Divorced. Jane is in 1920 census, alone, listed as Widowed. William died 28 Apr 1917 in the home due to exhaustion from attempt to commit suicide by hanging. He was born 11 Jun 1847/8 and buried in Ferncliff Cemetery, Springfield, Clark, Ohio.
I hope this helps to straighten out this family.
Added by Donna Monnier on Oct 28, 2016 7:29 PM
C Melton
RE: carey
Your welcome.
Are you going to delete the dark one?
Added by C Melton on Sep 03, 2016 6:43 AM
Peggy Bargen Duey
Cumberland County, PA
I was just adding a death certificate to Elizabeth (Duey) Stober's memorial and see that your husband is related to the Duey, Cornman, Wert and Wolf families. My husband is also a direct descendant and I would love to correspond with you. My email address is on my profile page. Hope to hear from you!!!!
Added by Peggy Bargen Duey on Aug 07, 2016 8:05 PM

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