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Ruth Francis Fleeman , is my Mother, I can give you Bio-info if you can add this , or I am a member of Find a grave, would I be able to edit this,? Thanks, Juanita Fleeman Phillips
I was working on this grave site for George Packard. He is connected to the incorrect wife which I could fix but I wanted to let you know before I did anything. The person with the incorrect wife has her messages disabled so I cannot let her know. I found the correct grave for George Washington Packard in Athens, Ohio #134724624. He is also on the 1850 census in Athens with his wife Elizabeth. #62117349 is not George Washington Packard, just George Packard. His wife is Jane Young #62117364. Should I go ahead and make the corrections? Thank you. Julie
What a marvelous job you are doing.
#62248385, David N Matt's birth year s/b 1932
Thank you for correcting the typing error.
Added by MLR on Nov 15, 2014 7:00 PM
|Ed||Sebastian Erhard #62232181|
Could you please add this bio for Sebastian Erhard. He was my great great grandfather. Thanks
"Never wore glasses and still had all of his own teeth when he died. Was a farmer all his life. After he and his wife left Bethlehem, Pennsylvania they settled in Medina County, Ohio. It was there that they helped to found St. Martin's church in Liverpool township. He and his wife were living in Ohio by 1840. By 1870 he is 76 years old and his wife is 70 years old. They are living with his son Joseph and his family on a farm in the small city of York, in Medina County, Ohio. His son Joseph and his wife Geneva have four children by 1870. Joseph's sister Louisa is now living in Cleveland, Ohio married to Henry Beckman a very weathy tailor. He spoke very little English. His daughter towards the end of his life had him come and live with her. The Beckman children all spoke German and had no trouble talking to him as well as his own children. Was a devote Catholic all his life as was the rest of his family."
Added by Ed on Jul 28, 2014 2:36 PM