|Donna Monnier (#47979043)|
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You have my permission to use these photographs in your family research and/or online trees. You do not have to ask me first. I really do appreciate the thank you comments and I am glad to help however I can.
“There are three deaths. The first is when the body ceases to function. The second is when the body is consigned to the grave. The third is that moment, sometime in the future, when your name is spoken for the last time.” - David Eagleman
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|Linda J. Morris||RE: Urias Weaver|
Donna, Oh yes, I would like to have Urias Weaver. It was vvery nice of you to let me have him and it i very nice that you work for others, so to speak. I live in Arizona and although I would take photo's, within a 60 miles area, there are few cemeterys and no one has ever ask. One day they will though. I hope.
|Linda J. Morris||Urias Weaver|
So glad you accepted the information on him. You can follow him right up the tree on Find A Grave. I did not ask if you were family but hope you are.
|Rebecca Dodds||Johanna Lay Wendell & Christine Lay|
...and thanks so much for transferring them to me- I'll take good care of them. Rebecca
|Rebecca Dodds||Johanna Lydia Lay Wendell|
Thanks so much for accepting the edit for Johanna (being a Lay). Her husband was Adolf Andrew Wendell (#1577304657). Her parents were Jacob Henry Lay (#151602634) and Anna Christina Engler (#151602658).
Johanna is buried with her son Oliver Holmes Wendell (born Feb 3, 1899) and her sister Christina Lay born June 15, 1874. Christina was born a twin to the Lay family's 2nd daughter by the name of Mary. (The first dau Mary was born 1870, died at 2 years old, and was a twin of dau Matilda Lay.)
I have put in a request to connect Johanna with her husband and parents, as well as Christina and Johanna's son Oliver.
|Robert Steen||Nicolas Plessinger (#136814277) edits|
I just sent some edits for Nicolas and his wife Rachel. My information comes from census records that show his birth year to be about 1808. Nicholas also appears as a widower in the 1880 census. My information was that he died in 1885 and if you look very closely at his grave marker, you can just make out an "85". Rachel's DOB is calculated from DOD minus the years, months and days of her life per the inscription on her grave marker. The year is also confirmed by her census records. Rachel's maiden name comes from their Ohio marriage record; they were married 20 MAY 1836 in Darke county Ohio.
|PJ Monroe||William Vernon Croker's Fther|
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.
|Charlotte R. Smith||Thank You!|
For sharing your photos, I do appreciate it.
But moreso, I appreciate all that you do for FG and the seeking family members.
|Linda Mead||RE: Flora Subler|
Thank you for the edit. I've entered them for you
|Nicole Siciliano||RE: Policastro|
Your welcome, I actually don't live near Salamanca either. I'm 6 and a half hours away in Jersey. I always try and make a list of photo requests when I know I'll be walking a cemetery in case I come across any while searching my own family.
Thank you so much for the photo. Our family truly appreciates your effort. Best wishes, Jody N.
Added by J.A.N. on Jul 23, 2016 1:02 PM
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