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K Guy (#46886706)
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Bio Photo Hello! I'm a graver, an artist, baseball entusiast, and an active participator of American Civil War living history presentations.
Find-A-Grave is an excellent resource for determining one's heritage, family tree, and genealogy. Sometimes the smallest thread can lead to a successful path in defining someone's lineage instead of a dead end. (pun intended)

You can view some of my artwork at this site:

I am a member of the Ohio Valley Civil War Association and the 6th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Company A.

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Daniel Moran
Sir: I just now came across your memorial for a Colonel William H.H. Taylor as I was seeking photographs of Brigadier General John A. Rawlins. The photograph you have posted for this Colonel happens to be General Grant's Chief of Staff - John A. Rawlins.

Added by Daniel Moran on Apr 11, 2017 7:25 PM
Urban Johnny Hodapp
You posted a photo on Find A Grave Memorial# 8168128. There are two John Hodapps in that lot but neither is the ballplayer. The photo Bill Lee posted is the right one.
Added by worthf on Mar 24, 2017 2:51 PM
mem # 17862587
I see the John C. Hill at Wesleyan and it says "Jr". Do you know this for sure? If so could you tell me who his parents are. Thanks
Added by lawsongatch on Mar 24, 2017 11:09 AM
Jeanette G
Find A Grave Memorial# 14529899
Hello, I cannot find this Civil War Veteran in Spring Groves lookup. Somebody has requested a photo and a location is not given. But, I think this may be the same person Find A Grave Memorial# 21628291.
Added by Jeanette G on Mar 16, 2017 12:26 PM
Karen Alberts
Harry Steinfeldt 1877-1904
is there any information as to Harry's wife Mrytle Lockwood Steinfeldt as to where she was buried. I'm not finding her listed at Spring Grove in Cincinatti.
Added by Karen Alberts on Feb 05, 2017 7:26 PM
Betty Stripling
Thomas Speed FAG #23526829
Have been researching him and his first wife was Susan Clayton Slaughter - married 11 Dec 1796 in Nelson Co., KY
Added by Betty Stripling on Feb 04, 2017 9:10 AM
Thomas Satterwhite Noble
I have run across, in an auction, an early photo of Mr. Noble. I tried to add it to his memorial on here, but was not allowed to do that. Perhaps it is how you have it set? Anyway, the photo came with the following information, and I will be happy to provide the image to you , if you wish to have it. I do not come to this site often, so if you want to reach me, you can email me at If you do not mind, put Mr. Noble's name in the heading, so it will stand out from the tons of unwanted mail I receive daily. Thanks! I am putting the link for that auction here, also. If it works, and you know how to do it, you can lift the photo yourself, and bypass me!

*Thomas Satterwhite Noble (1835 - 1907), "Portrait of Thomas S. Noble", Original tinted photograph, framed. -- A prominent 19th century artist from Lexington, KY, Noble was born on a plantation to a family of slave-owners. He was well known for creating Civil War era historical paintings depicting the cruelty of slavery. Classically trained in France and New York, Noble painted many subjects in the realistic style of the day, from portraiture to still life to landscapes. An influential regional artist, he was the first head of the Art Academy of Cincinnati.,-portrait-5974023ac3
Added by Dave on Feb 03, 2017 12:10 AM
Bobbie Joe
Franklin Methodist Cemetery
Hello Kevin. I submitted some corrections to some graves in this cemetery that you manage, but as of yet, you have not approved them.

Daniel Reddington #18769122
Elizabeth Ashcroft #18768943

Over the past several years, I have submitted several corrections to graves you manage. You have always accepted them--I am a professional genealogy researcher. You have even commented back to me that you enjoyed my stories that I have posted--including the Stallo and McDonald graves in the Spring Grove Cemetery--I remember that.

Anyway, I have researched the Reddington-Ashcraft (Ashcroft)-Jennings families, as my mother's side was a Jennings, and I am positive of the information that I submitted to you. Would you please accept the corrections that I have sent you for these graves, and any other corrections that I sent you for the graves in the Franklin Methodist Cemetery? If you require proof, please reply back, and I will send you the parts of my report that document these corrections. Thank you very much.
Added by Bobbie Joe on Jan 15, 2017 11:07 AM
Bobbie Joe
your email
By the way, the direct email address you have posted here is not valid--messages sent to it bounce back. You may want to check it.
Added by Bobbie Joe on Dec 21, 2016 7:42 AM
Bobbie Joe
Franklin Methodist Cemetery
Hello. I have submitted some corrections to the memorials at this cemetery. It is odd, however, but the Russel family actually did spell their name as Russel (not Russell). (But I did see one stone with it spelled as Russell, a later death, when they may have started changing the spelling.)

The Russel family came from Bucks County, PA and settled into Colerain Township in the early 1800s. They migrated with the Baker family and the Richardson family, headed up by the patriarch Clement Richardson (1750-1827), and the Baker family, headed up by James Baker and his wife Francis Richardson Baker.

I also submitted a correction to you for the spelling of Clement's first name. His wife was Catherine Baker Richardson, also buried here. Their son Clement (born 1794) was actually named William Clement Richardson, and his wife was Ardilla Baker Richardson, who was probably related to his mother Catherine. The Russel, Richardson, and Baker families left Cincinnati sometime after 1850 and migrated to Illinois. Thank you for posting the graves in the Franklin Methodist Cemetery.
Added by Bobbie Joe on Dec 21, 2016 7:41 AM
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