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|Jeannie Duncan (#47392840)|
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|Hi Everyone, |
Just thought I'd let you know, I started doing this when I started researching my family and found very few on F.A.G. So that flustrated me and also peaked my interest in helping myself as well as others who enjoy doing this. I myself LOVE it. I have photographed SEVERAL Cemeteries completely. If I have made the Memorial, Chances are I also have the pic, (If they turned out good). I am working on getting them all added, but If I don't get them on here before you'd like the pic, just do a request of it, if I have it, I'll add it :)
If you Request any Pic of a Headstone and I add it, Please feel free to use it in your family records, You don't have to ask my permission, I got it for you.
If you'd like the management of a memorial AND THEY ARE NOT DIRECTLY RELATED TO ME, Just ask and I will transfer it to you. (Just so it isn't deleted, because Like I said before, I'm trying to make it so people can find their family through F.A.G.)
I will add any information you'd like as well as make any corrections, upon request, because we all know some stones aren't always real clear.
I hope everyone enjoys this as Much as I Do, Especially when you can get on here and find answers to many of our questions that before F.A.G. was near to impossible to have answers to.
Have A Great Day Everyone!!
Please check your EDITS TAB at least every couple of days, so you can find any corrections other members have sent to you for your corrections. It's NEW on F.A.G. and is located on your profile page.
|Messages left for Jeannie Duncan (254)||[Leave Message]|
|Larry Pace||RE: John Richard Clark Sr. #93159758|
Thank you so much for responding and making the
changes. It looks good from my initial viewing. This should help others make the correct connections. I will reply to texnative and let him know you made the changes I thot were needed. Also next time I will do the edit and use appropriate link #'s and make it easier to sort out my request. I was so tired from working on this and I had not done any thing on Find A Grave for awhile.
|Larry Pace||John Richard Clark Sr. #93159758|
Meshick Hamilton # 110731782
I am trying to help you and texnative; # 93159427 make corrections and see what links you can make between the Meshick Hamilton # 110731782 and John Richard Clark Sr. #93159758 maintained by Jeanne Duncan. None of these people are my line. My wife had to get the G Man to remove her Clark relative from the above Clark line. Thus we found all this info trying to prove our case regarding the error.
I hope this helps the 2 of make some links and corrections that I previously sent.
|Larry Pace||Elizabeth Ann Hamilton Clark (1873 - 1941) 93159427|
Elizabeth Ann Hamilton Clark (1873 - 1941)
Maintained by: Jeannie Duncan, Originally Created by: texnative; # 93159427
Mary Lewis Hamilton # 110731813
Mrs. Hamilton leaves nine children--Mrs. John McLain of Richmond, CA; John, William and Meshick Hamilton of Akron; Mrs. John Clark, Sr., Mrs. Howard Gunther, Mrs. G.W. Cavey and James Hamilton of this city, and Evan Hamilton of Athens. She also leaves thirty-nine grand-children and thirty-two great-grandchildren. Mary was the daughter of John Lewis.
Meshick Hamilton # 110731782, Meshick was a son of Samuel Hamilton, mother's name unknown. Both of his parents were born in Wales
William HAMILTON was the son of Meshick Hamilton and Mary Lewis Hamilton. Created by: texnative # 102758260 NOTES SHOW: He is survived by his wife, Maria, and two children, John and William, both of Akron; and the following brothers and sisters: Meshick, of Akron; Evan, of Athens; James, of Columbus; and Mrs. Howard Guinther, Mrs. John Clark, Mrs. Celia Kavey, all of this City; and Mrs. John McLain, of California.
See notes showing the names of the 9 children of Mary Lewis and Meshick Hamilton.
|Larry Pace||John Richard "Jack" Clark, Jr 93173360|
We did Census on Ancestry.com for your Earl Clark and and his brother John Richard Clark whose father you show as John Richard Clark, born 1866 and died 1931. EARL has just been removed by the G MAN after seeing this documentation. The 1910 Census for Athens Co., Ohio for this John Richard Clark Sr. #93159758 maintained by Jeanne Duncan shows only a son John H. Clark age 20. There is no Earl or Richard listed as children on this census. The 1900 Census Athens Co., Ohio shows John R. Clark and Lizzie (Elizabeth)have only one son John H. Clark, age 10, born December 1889. The 1900 census also shows 3 children born and only 1 living. The 1920 Census, Athens Co., Ohio shows John Clark age 29 as a coal miner with a wife and 3 children. The John Richard Clark, Sr. you show is listed as a coal miner on the census records. It appears there are numerous John Clark's in Athens Co., Ohio, thus it makes it difficult to sort out who belongs to who. We can provide lots more research if needed. Most important is that you remove your John Richard Clark Jr. from John Richard Clark, Sr and his wife Elizabeth. I suggest you add John H Clark as the only known son by our research, which we saved if you want documentation to support our request.
|Stephanie Koelsch||photo of Sarah's headstone|
Thank you so much for taking that photo for me! I'm in Oklahoma trying to figure out where the Filler's came from.
|Ruth Harris||Wayne W Larson|
Hello Jeannie hope you are having a wonderful day. I was hoping you would transfer F A G family member to me? Wayne W Larson is my husband's great uncle. His memorial site number is 169553446. My husband and I would deeply appreciate it. Thank you ever so much. Have a blessed day.
|Jean White||Thank you!|
This is my Granny & Gramps! While I didn't know my Gramps, my Granny, as everyone called her or Mattie or Mrs. Smith, or Granny...she was the cook at the old school on main Street and everyone in town new her and loved her...
God Bless you!
Thanks Jeannie for all the photos, I really appreciate it!
|Michol Colgan||Thank you!|
I was about to give up when I found your Find A Grave post for the family of Thomas & Mary Colgan (#11254886)
and what a great picture of the stone.
If you ever find yourself back at the McKendree Cemetery can you tell me if there is anything else on the sides of the marker? It looks very formidable indeed!
Thanks again for you dedication, it more VERY MUCH appreciated.
|Carol Wilson Collins||RE: Transfers please|
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