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|Harley Hoover (#46604517)|
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I have lived in Marion, Ohio my entire 50+ years. I graduated from Marion Pleasant in 1973. I have been all over the country and enjoyed almost everywhere I have been, but Marion is my home and probably will be for a long time. I enjoy walking through cemeteries and finding graves of people I knew or heard of. I am a semi professional photographer by trade. If you need a grave site photographed within 30 miles of Marion, I would be more than happy to oblige. If you can give me the area in cemetery where the stone is that would also help. Most cemeteries are good size and sometimes finding a grave is like finding a needle in a haystack. Email me if you would like to have a bio added to a memorial that I posted or make any changes to one.|
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Hello Harley and thank you for contributing my Uncle Tony's memorial. I have provided family information for your acceptance. Thank you!!
|Ruth Eberts||Felix Reber|
Felix Reber was my dad George Coon's first cousin.
Felix complete name was Felix Coon Reber. Felix was born Feb. 7, 1911 in Marion. He died Feb. 21, 1980 in Marion. Maybe you knew him. He was a farmer and a lawyer.
Felix's wife's complete name was Rose Kutzke Reber.
Kutzke was her maiden name and she was born in Cleveland, Ohio on Aril 26, 1912. Rose died May 15, 1999 in Marion.
Parents of Felix are Frank Reber and Catherine Florence Coon who went by Katie. Frank Reber was born Feb 23, 1861 in Marion and died Jan. 6, 1939 in Marion. Katie was born April 3, 1879 in Pickaway County and died Feb. 27, 1970 in Marion, Ohio.
Catherine Florence Coon Reber's parents were Enos Cutler Coon #46462167 and Phoebe Elizabeth Hoover #46462126.
Are you related to the Pickaway County Hoover's? I thought this information might be useful to add to Find A Grave. Ruth Coon Eberts
|Cathie Zimmer Ross||Grace Burtch|
Hi Harley. I know you are a friend of my family, the Grangers. I was wondering if you could remove the cemetery picture on Grace Alice Granger Burtch's memorial so that I can request a photo of her headstone. Her Find A Grave memorials number is 175463030. Right now Find A Grave will not let me request a photo of the headstone because it thinks it already has one. In advance, thank you!
|SHaley||Incorrect Edit Sent|
Harley, I accidently sent you an incorrect place of death edit for my cousin Patricia Monnette. Pat did pass away in Worthington, not Leesburg, Fl. Ignore the incorrect information. Stu Koblentz Haley
Added by SHaley on Sep 17, 2016 7:28 PM
|Marie and Bruce Newell||Cochran Cemetery|
We respectfully request permission to use the photo of Cochran Cemetery for use in our personal tree. Bruce has a cousin interred there and the photo will make a great addition to our tree.
Thanks for your consideration.
Marie and Bruce Newell
|shirley patterson lichtenberger||Lichtenberger #17814021|
Dear Mr. Hoover I want to thank you for the work that you do as I am sure it is very time consuming. Would you consider transferring #17814021 to me as mr Lichtenberger was my father inlaw and I am currently trying to do research on family history so my kids will have it. My member # 47276015 my email is firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you. Shirley L.
|Harold L. Hord Jr.||Transfer|
Thank you for the transfer and quick response.
|Dan T.||Use photo|
Would it be possible to use your photo of memorial #48066029 for memorial #133142164. They're husband and wife.
Added by Dan T. on Oct 22, 2014 11:24 AM
Thanks so much for adding the cemetery picture to the post I put on here for Charles and Annette Mollett. That was very nice and thoughtful of you.
Have a safe and wonderful 4th week~end.
Added by Marlene on Jul 03, 2014 2:17 PM
|greg randolph||headstone photo|
hi Harley..........thanks very much for the headstone photo of Ursula houseworth. I really appreciate your helping me honor ancestors and relatives. I enjoy making a better family tree for all to share. greg randolph
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