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Amateur genealogist interested in family names including: Brownstein/Bronstein, Clerkin, Eiting, Golinsky, Grossman, Knostman, MacDermand, O'Hagan, O'Neill, Plunkett, Romer, Schoen, Serby, Serlin/Serling, Sobey, Wilson, and Wright.|
I am slowly helping to document graves in Union Cemetery in Columbus, Ohio.
I am happy to transfer management of any memorial to someone who feels a connection to the deceased.
Feel free to incorporate grave photos that I have taken into your own family trees. In order to avoid potential copyright issues, please give credit to Find a Grave and to me. Thanks!
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Patrick's son was Joseph.
|Quintin Higgins||Patrick Hagen|
I saw your query about a Patrick Hagen on an Ancestory site but found you here with no fee for joining. I am a descendent of a Patrick Hagen born in 1851. He settled in St. Mary's, PA which makes sense because a large group of Catholics from Philadelphia founded St. Mary's. At some point, he changed his name to Higgins. There is a graveyard search tool on the Elk County genealogy site. http://www.pagenweb.org/~elk/stmaryscatholiccemeteryH.htm
There are a couple Hagen's there but mostly Higgins. His son was John and he married a Mary Wurm. John's son Quintin John was my grandfather and he married Ruth Young.. I've seen census which list Patrick as Hagen and then in a latter census it is Higgins. Elk county was formed from parts of Clearfield and Cameron I believe so some searching needs done to locate them. FYI the famous silent movie star Tom Mix is from that area (medic's run) and he can be found in some census as well. Look forward to hearing from you.
|Valerie Neal||D Price|
Thank you for the headstone photo!
|Kenny Lingren||Thank you..|
I know it takes a lot of time to photo headstones. Thanks for your volunteer efforts. cheers. K
|John ||Lucille B. Jones|
I am researching the parents of Lucille Bertha Jones, James A. and Catherine Stefl Jones. Note the correct spelling of the mother's surname. The transcriber got it incorrect I think since I have not seen the original document. James A. was born in 1882 in Ohio and died in 1936 in Ohio. His mother Catherine was born in 1882 in Westmoreland County, PA and I do not have any death information. Are either parent buried near Lucille B in Union Cemetery? I see that they are not listed.
thank you for all the work you do for Find A Grave. I appreciate it very much.
Added by John on Apr 02, 2017 5:56 PM
|Amanda Alt||Wesley G. Barthalow #120575499|
Wesley G. Barthalow #120575499 I am a decendent of the Barthalow family I am doing the family tree I would like you to transfer this memorial over.
Thanks so much for the Minteer transfers! I'll have more searching to do in the future so that I can add to the one Bio and compose the others. It was so good of you and other Find A Grave members to add links and some info from death certificates. I was finally able to know for sure which William Minteer this was.
|Gay Hobt Morton||Mullineaux|
Thank you so much for all you have done to help people find their relatives. Your body of work has certainly helped me to learn more about my Ohio relatives which I would not be able to do over the long distances. I especially thank you for this kind transfer of John C. Mullineaux. I enjoy writing biographies for my relatives and your kindness makes this possible. Thanks again
Luetta Haskins Walden is an ancestor of mine. I was curious as to why her birthdate of 1864 is different from the 1865 on her headstone. Thanks for checking this for me.
Added by Oma on Nov 11, 2016 5:26 PM
for transferring Amos Whipps and for all your great efforts in preserving history
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