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Jim (#47644713)
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Bio Photo The memorials I have created are my attempt to get the information on Find-a-Grave with the hope that others will contribute to their accuracy. All information I have posted on the memorials has been gathered from the headstone, other contributors, books or websites I have found noting such. While under my custody, each memorial is considered by me as a "work-in-progress" waiting to be claimed by a family member.

If I have added and still manage a memorial for one of your family members, just let me know and I will transfer it to you. Of the memorials I manage, there are only a few that I have created for my own ancestors. I would love to have the opportunity to reunite the memorial with a family member. After the transfer has been made to you and you find that you are unable to manage it for any reason, feel free to transfer it back to me and I will hold it until another family member comes along.

Many times I take several pictures of a grave site or monument to show close-up or expanded views with the hope that the viewer can see the general site, inscription or the entire monument. If you don't want a photograph shown that I've posted to the memorial, please let me know and I will delete it.

While I'm at the cemeteries taking pictures, I try to also update the GPS coordinates of the grave site (if I have cell phone service). I have noticed that many times the coordinates will be off by as much as 50 feet or more. So, please use this tool as a 'general reference'. The coordinates will get you close but it may not be the exact location.

Feel free to use any of the photos I have taken for your use - you have my permission. There is no need to give credit to me if you choose to use the photos.
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Patty
Genevieve Marie Godfrey
Green has a burial card but no location listed. I can not find a phone number for Beech Grove (GPS Location)
Same style headstones, same GPS location different cemeteries?
Just curious.


Daniels, Genevieve Marie Godfrey 23709939
b. Apr. 30, 1910 d. May 10, 1979

Green Lawn Cemetery
Columbus
Franklin County
Ohio, USA
GPS (lat/lon): 39.04082, -82.04256

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Daniels, Dr Manning Skinner "Dinty" 106543266
b. May 1, 1899 d. Jun. 13, 1945
Beech Grove Cemetery
Pomeroy
Meigs County
Ohio, USA
GPS (lat/lon): 39.04082, -82.04256


Created by: Jim Easom
Record added: Mar 11, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 106543266
Added by Patty on Mar 14, 2017 2:40 PM
Patty
Genevieve Marie Godfrey Daniels
Do you know where Genevieve is buried. You added the headstone picture. The memorial is at Green Lawn in Columbus but the Lon & Lat is in Pomeroy Ohio.
Added by Patty on Mar 12, 2017 9:18 PM
Dee S.
RE: Geo. Quinn Grave Stone
Hi Jim,

Thanks for the reply. Yes I am inclined to believe it's the first explanation as well. I am waiting to hear back from the admin of that memorial and see what she says. When I find out I will let you know. It is interesting that Geo. Quinn's death date was never inscribed on that stone in Gard Cemetery so there may be a story behind it. Interesting story of how this caught my eye. I have all of my Great Grandfather's journals from 1903 thru around 1948 and on that date in 1914 he and his wife went to Mr. Quinn's funeral and then made it back to their little church for Sunday School. I know that via horse and buggy they could not have made a trip to Beverly Ohio then back to Oak Hill Church in Palmer Township for Church. I do love my history. I will keep you updated when I hear anything on this.

Dee
Added by Dee S. on Feb 26, 2017 4:42 AM
Dee S.
Geo. Quinn Grave Stone
Hi Jim..I've noticed a picture that you contributed to George B. Quinn's memorial, which is said to be in Beverly Cemetery, is actually a stone that is set in Gard Cemetery with wife Rowena Malster. I've been to Gard and have photos of that stone. Very confusing....any thoughts? I wrote to the creator of that grave site in Beverly and am awaiting a reply.
Added by Dee S. on Feb 25, 2017 5:41 AM
GenealogyLass
RE: Baillie - Find A Grave Memorial# 48176647
Hi Jim,

Thank you for your message regarding Mary McMurdo Baillie and her husband William that you sent quite some time ago. I apologise for such a tardy response but I've only just read it. I really appreciate you taking the time to photograph the stone and give me this information. It's a shame Mary is not mentioned at all. I suspect Jessie is William and Mary's daughter but I need to do some more digging on that one.

Thanks again for your help.

Best wishes,

Michelle
Added by GenealogyLass on Feb 19, 2017 11:29 AM
Jim Reed
George W. Reed-Ridgewood-Wellston Ohio
Hello Jim.
I am a novice findagrave researcher. I have found a photo attributed to you in which I have an extreme interest. My great great grandfather is George W. (Washington, I believe) Reed (1843-1917) and your photo indicates he is in Ridgewood Cemetery in Wellston, Ohio.
I contacted a woman who is an administrator at Ridgewood. She did not have a record of my ancestors burial site even though your photo places him there, along with his G.A.R. marker.

I have found my great grandfather George Washington Reed's -1864-1896-burial site and stone marker in Ridgewood.
Can you help me locate the George W. Reed in your photo.
Thank you so much.
Jim N. Reed
Lancaster, Ohio
Added by Jim Reed on Feb 06, 2017 8:56 PM
Charlene Adams
9160389

Jim,
Thank you for posting the photo on her page as well.
Charlene
Added by Charlene Adams on Feb 02, 2017 8:50 AM
Dana Fox Mariner
RE: St Joseph's Rushcreek Cmty
Never mind, Jim. I figured it out--they renamed the cemetery. Thanks anyway.
Added by Dana Fox Mariner on Feb 01, 2017 7:46 PM
Bob
John Shepler, wife, and daughters
Dear Jim,

I am grateful for the photo of the gravestone for John Shepler, his wife, and his daughters. Thank you!

Please note that I have credited you for your kindness on each of the four memorials. Your generosity is impossible for me to repay.

I wish you well, --Bob
Added by Bob on Feb 01, 2017 6:16 PM
Emily Fontes
RE: Smith Gravestone in Pomeroy
Thank you! Mary was Thomas Smith's daughter. If you have a clear picture of her inscription I would appreciate it. Thomas's wife was Jane.
Added by Emily Fontes on Feb 01, 2017 6:06 PM
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