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karenags (#46938568)
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Bio Photo I have been interested in Genealogy for a long time. I knew very little of my families history, but slowly I am finding a lot of information. Find A Grave has helped a lot with names and dates that I did not have. Thank you to everyone who adds genealogy information.
I want to add as many family members as I can to this site, so that no one will be forgotten.
I am researching the Cannaday/Kuhn and Gardner/Killin families.
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Ken Heller
RE: Cannaday
I have no death information either, other than an Ancestry citation. I think we can assume she is buried in the same area. As for bio information, I have not dug deeply but I do have a PDF dating from 2010 that has the names and addresses of researchers. If you are interested I can email it to you.

Added by Ken Heller on May 02, 2017 9:34 PM
Katherine Boaz
RE: Cannaday duplicates
I do not see Elizabeth Rakes Cannaday in the book.

The book is titled "Cemetery Records of Franklln County, Virginia" by the Franklin County Historical Society. The Historical Society may be selling an updated copy. I probably ordered mine through Abe Books online.

Good luck with your search.
Added by Katherine Boaz on May 01, 2017 7:40 PM
Katherine Boaz
RE: Cannaday duplicates
Karen the #177080115 and 126 were removed by member#47006918. It looks like that person recently added the Cannaday Cemetery which is the same cemetery as the Jones Cannaday Cemetery. I added Mary Cannaday and Isaac Cannaday from info in the book "Cemetery Records of Franklin County" So I will send also send a message to #47006918 about the duplication of the cemetery. If they created it, maybe they can correct it. I, like you, want the pages to be accurate, not dupliications. Katherine
Added by Katherine Boaz on May 01, 2017 6:16 AM
Ken Heller
Hi Karen - James is a GGF of mine as well. Regretfully, I know of no easy way to merge duplicate profiles. Perhaps there is something the Administrate team can work out if you raise the issue to them. It looks as though those entries were quite recently created.

Added by Ken Heller on Apr 30, 2017 7:11 PM
John Davies
RE: Norris City Cemetery
From research I have seen that some of the Supplee Family were moved to Norris City Cemetery from the old burying ground next to a school house on the Enoch Supplee property. Andrew Supplee sold the part of the property he owned. The old school house and the Supplee family graveyard disappeared with farming.
Added by John Davies on Jan 02, 2017 7:30 PM
John Davies
RE: Norris City Cemetery
Karen, I was never looking for Norris City Cemetery as I have gone there for many years.

The road that goes to the cemetery is Stanbridge St. located across from Penn Square Village. Timberlake Apartments are on the corner. The Friendly’s is located in the shopping center near Swede Road which is about a half mile from the road to the cemetery. The cemetery is next to the East Norriton Township Building.
Added by John Davies on Jan 01, 2017 7:36 PM
Ohio Ghost Town Exploration Co.
RE: Killinstown, OH (Adams Co.)
Original copies of the old county history books are rare & don't go up for sale very often. When they do they're usually pretty expensive. The owners were likely raised in the county & have a sentimental attachment to them that far exceeds the actual value. Sellers that weren't raised in the county look for that type of buyer too & hold onto them with sky high asking prices until someone willing to pay a lot shows up. There's currently one on Amazon for $2,000.
Every now & then sellers on Ebay make basic copies that go for $20 - 30. All that's on Ebay right now is cd copies at a regular price of $8.99.
Another option is just printing out the pages you're interested in from the online ebooks which are what I use for research. They have search bars for keywords & names that just bring up those pages. I haven't been able to get the search bar on google books to work lately, might just be my 10 year old Vista computer though. haha! -

Google books -
Added by Ohio Ghost Town Explorati... on Nov 15, 2016 11:29 PM
Ohio Ghost Town Exploration Co.
RE: Killinstown, OH (Adams Co.)
Awesome! Thanks for the info Karen! John certainly was an interesting guy & it was neat reading about him in "A History Of Adams County, Ohio" (1900). Ohio never would have turned into the great state it is without the pioneers like John & Rachael. I wish my family went back that far in Ohio but my dad's parents were from Kentucky & mom's from Germany in the mid 1800's.
Glenn Morris
Added by Ohio Ghost Town Explorati... on Nov 14, 2016 10:32 PM
Ohio Ghost Town Exploration Co.
Killinstown, OH (Adams Co.)
I was just wondering if you could tell me the location of the marker for Killinstown, OH. I've been going through the USGS Geographical Names Information System & trying to get gps coordinates for the ghost towns in Ohio. Any info you have would be appreciated!
Thanks for your time & have a great day!
Glenn Morris - Ohio Ghost Town Exploration Co.
Added by Ohio Ghost Town Explorati... on Nov 14, 2016 1:04 PM
Tom Myers
RE: Billie Marie Supplee
I don't understand how that's possible.


Added by Tom Myers on Nov 08, 2016 5:20 PM
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