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Gearld Hine (#47497171)
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Johnny A Grumblenot
RE: Eunice Hine Whitaker
Thank you Gearld, I have made the change to her maiden name. I will also adjust any bios in which she is mentioned.
Added by Johnny A Grumblenot on Sep 09, 2015 8:40 PM
Alycia K
RE: Hine photos
You are very welcome!
Added by Alycia K on Dec 16, 2013 2:25 PM
RE: Hine Family
My daughter lives and teaches in Orange. My granddaughter worked at the Hine's farm! send me your email and I'll forward you the pictures that I do have and will walk again and get all stones that I can for you.
Added by RTD on Sep 09, 2013 11:02 PM
Hine Family
Gerald - there are other Hine families in Orange Center Cemetery. Are you interested in them as well? I would be happy to take the pictures for you since I am there all the time - visiting my grandson.
Retta Dowling
Added by RTD on Sep 09, 2013 7:25 PM
Almyra Baird
Hi, Gearld, I got the spelling of Almya's name from the cemetery records. I don't know why, but the person who took a photograph of George's stone, didn't take one of Almyra's. Perhaps there wasn't one. The Wood County Genealogical Society is photographing the cemetery but hasn't gotten to that section yet.

George first settled in Middleton Township and is listed there in the men of 1839. The George W. Beard listed in the 1840 census of Wood County, Middleton Township, is most likely him. In 1850, George was a Township Trustee, and from 1840-1843 George was a Justice of the Peace. He was also a Township Clerk in 1840 and again in 1848. In 1849, he was a Township Assessor. In November, 1839, Milton (10 years old) and Charles(8 years)were enrolled in Miltonville school. George named Miltonville after Milton Baird (d.1833) and he also had a son Milton. From this, I'm guessing that George may be a son of Charles Baird (Berkshire, Mass)who died in Perry Township, Wood County,in March 1848. Asa Baird (a son) was a brother to Ora and Milton who located in Bloom Township in the 1830's. George's birth-date fits in as an older brother. The Bairds came to Wood County through Portage, Stark, and Wayne Counties. Hope this helps. Judith
Added by Lavidaloca on Jan 22, 2013 2:56 PM
Chuck Johnson
Hine at Waterloo
Please contact me at regarding your Hine request at Waterlo Cemetery. Thank You
Added by Chuck Johnson on Sep 15, 2012 10:29 AM
Davidson Family
RE: Frank L. Harris
It was my pleasure.
Added by Davidson Family on May 28, 2012 8:10 PM
Merry Ann
RE: Lester F. Hine

Sorry, sent the previous too fast... Just because his Dad signed the DC doesn't make it gospel, but I would hope he'd know when his son was born... :)

Anyway - I have been known to make mistakes, so keep checking and letting me know... it's all good and keep up the good work.

Added by Merry Ann on May 22, 2012 7:10 PM
Merry Ann
RE: Lester F. Hine
The 1884 date is from his death certificate, signed by his father Frank (my gr grandfather).
Added by Merry Ann on May 22, 2012 6:44 PM
Kevin Frye Andersonville Historian
RE: F.E. Hine
Exactly. The dead were buried as they were recorded numerically. This was unique from other prison sites North and South which is why the list is so near complete.

Glad to help.
Added by Kevin Frye Andersonville ... on May 08, 2012 7:50 PM
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