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Jetta McQuiston (#46925865)
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Ellen Jean
Roselyn lively Darrtown Cemetery
Thank you for taking a picture of my aunt's grave. I have been busy taking care of family and I have not been able to keep up. The picture is much appreciated.
Added by Ellen Jean on May 12, 2017 2:13 PM
Carrie Burke Headstone
Hello--Carrie Burke is a cousin of my grandmother. I notice that her death date is not listed on her headstone.

Do you know whom I might contact about getting it added to her headstone. If it is not too expensive, I would like to have it added.
Added by Tonda on Apr 12, 2017 12:47 PM
D. Blean
Rev. Abraham Craig
I ended up spending quite a big of time trying to learn more about Rev. Craig. I suspect he was accompanied by his mother and sister when he went to Kentucky and then to Ohio. Perhaps other friends from Pennsylvania accompanied them as they looked for new places to settle. It was because of slavery that they moved to Ohio. I can't imagine that Rev. Craig lived very far away from his mother and sister in Ohio. keep wondering how they were supported. Then the Rev. Craig's whole career goes down in disgrace! "It is truly heart sickening to see a man, favored with many rare opportunities to qualify himself for the Ministry - and by the order that Christ hath established in his church actually for years employed in this sacred work - and in the evening of life become so trifling, worldly-minded and refractory as to compel that same authority which clothed him with official livery to divest him of it." Sounds like he was a stubborn old goat. It took several years of hearings for the Presbyterians to get rid of him. Wish we knew where he was buried. He and his family members really would have been early Ohio pioneers.
Added by D. Blean on Mar 28, 2017 5:55 PM
Cheryl White
Mary Smiley and family
I have updated the pages for Mary, her husband John, and other members of their family buried in Mount Hope Cemetery, Topeka. Copies of the pages were sent to the cemetery office for their files.
Thank you for your edits.
Added by Cheryl White on Feb 11, 2017 6:42 AM
Hollis Spaier
RE: Thomas H. Benge
Thank you. Tommy and Joyce were my Mom's cousins.
Added by Hollis Spaier on Jan 28, 2017 5:54 PM
Rick Boardman
RE: John L. Seiler
Thanks much. Nice to hear from you.
Added by Rick Boardman on Dec 28, 2016 2:08 PM
James Gilbert
Thank you for the information on the cemetery. I have corrected James' burial site.

Joyce Wilson Williams
Added by Researcher on Oct 11, 2016 4:32 PM
Nancy Stout
New London Cemetery
Thank you very much for the information on the Shandon Cemetery burials. I have now moved those four memorials into New London. I appreciate your help and all of your work on Find A Grave.
Added by Nancy Stout on Sep 09, 2016 8:22 AM
Dianna Taylor
New London Cemetery
Thank You so much or the information on the cemeteries. I have Changed Jessie and Una Gilley from Shandon to New London. I appreciate your taking the time to let me know.

Added by Dianna Taylor on Sep 06, 2016 2:04 PM
D. Blean
RE: Grizell Craig
As to why the Craigs were living in Hopewell, I assume it's because son Abraham was nearby. He may be the Abraham Craig who in 1830 was on the census for Madison, Perry County, Ohio. But I'm not absolutely sure this is the same person. Abraham Craig attended Dickinson College in 1795 and went to Kentucky early in his career. But these Presbyterians headed north because they were offended by slavery. It may be a whole band of people followed Abraham Craig and thus the Craigs were part of a community of like-minded people, many from Pennsylvania and originally Ireland. (The entire Craig family would have been born in Ireland since they didn't arrive until 1793).
Added by D. Blean on Sep 05, 2016 10:59 AM
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