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Toni (#47757967)
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Bio Photo I am a retired nurse and became interested in genealogy in 2010 after finding a box of old family photos that had been long forgotten.I grew up in the 43452 area. Live in the 44870 area.
Marblehead lighthouse on Lake Erie,Ottawa county,Ohio. One of my favorite local spots.
I enjoy being a photo volunteer. I use it so I feel I should give back too. If you want to use my photos for private use or add to, you have my permission to do so,just add my name and #47757967 of find a grave.
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 • 55 Memorials Added
 • 53 Memorials Managed
 • 415 Photos
 • 253 Volunteer Photos Taken
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George Nossaman
Adding Alonzo to Lewis Nossaman
Hi, Toni...sorry about the long delay in responding. To add the relationship link to Lewis for Alonzo, I think you need to go to the Alonzo memorial and show Lewis Nossaman as his father, using the Find A Grave reference number for Lewis. I cannot add the children's link directly on Lewis' page.

Regarding information on the Lewis Nossaman children, Norman Nossaman has published a whole volume on his offspring, complete up to the year 2000! I would be happy to send you a copy, for the cost of repro - somewhere around $20.

George Nossaman
Added by George Nossaman on May 09, 2017 10:01 AM
Debra Blanchard Gibson
RE: stone location
Hi Toni,

I will double check on Mr. Kott. If I remember correctly, he is on the left side of St. Paul's about 3/4 of the way back.

I also took the photo of Inez and her baby. So sad...

Added by Debra Blanchard Gibson on Feb 06, 2017 4:26 PM
Patricia Zimmer
RE: Nossaman
Hi Toni,

You're welcome! I put the picture in on the other memorial. You are more than welcome to use the photo and you don't have to give me credit for it.

Pat Z.
Added by Patricia Zimmer on Apr 14, 2015 2:37 PM
Patricia Zimmer
RE: Nossaman
You're welcome! If you make a memorial for his wife, I can add the picture to that one as well.
Added by Patricia Zimmer on Apr 10, 2015 11:05 AM
Sandra Weber
Ray Washburn
Thank you for photographing the memorial for Ray Washburn. It is deeply appreciated.

Sandy and Dave Weber
Added by Sandra Weber on Apr 01, 2015 4:54 PM
C. L. Roth
Charles Knoble
Thank you so very much for the photo of the Charles Knoble tombstone. It is much appreciated!
Added by C. L. Roth on Apr 01, 2015 6:51 AM
Vicki Lynn
Oh my gosh, thank you SO much for taking the photo's! Such nice clear pictures! Samuel's headstone is almost like his older brother, George's (my great, great grandfather). He was also in the Civil War.

Any way, I want you to know I sincerely appreciate you taking the time to go find his grave and get pictures. Otherwise, I'd probably never have seen it. It helps to close Samuel's chapter in my family genealogy.

With Thanks,

Added by Vicki Lynn on Mar 30, 2015 8:05 PM
Eileen Newman
David Shambarger photo
Thanks for getting the photo! I really appreciate your help.

Added by Eileen Newman on Mar 30, 2015 6:49 PM
John Heuermann
RE: William Carlin
Thank you for taking the time to find his grave stone. Much appreciated! -John
Added by John Heuermann on Mar 30, 2015 5:44 PM
Elizabeth Youngs
RE: Orinda
Thank you so much! I'm relatively new to researching my geneology, I've done most of it on ancestry, and wasn't aware of microfilms. I'm assuming the "she" that was 22, was Orinda Minerva since Orinda Dewey Youngs was still in the census records past the age of 22. I have not found death info for either mother nor daughter, so thank you for your time. It's extremely appreciated!

Beth Youngs
Added by Elizabeth Youngs on Mar 10, 2015 3:04 AM
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