|Paul Clary||Mary Pansy Staley|
I have fulfilled your photo requests for Mary Pansy Staley and Lester Kincaid. Unfortunately, because the Master headstone only had the surname listed, I did not realize that it affiliated with the graves of Mary and Lester when I surveyed the cemetery. I thought it was an unrelated marker, since the names on Mary's and Lester's stones seemed complete. I have deleted the memorial I had created for Lester Henderson and modified the name on Mary's stone to reflect her actual surname at death. Please accept my aploogies for this descrepency.
|Chuck/Karen Brackett||RE: Lawrence G. Hahn|
You are welcome. Also I put in a memorial for Grave F. Hahn. If you would like this transferred to you, I will do.
|ladyN70||RE: Memorial# 128155257 - Geraldine Bales Kovach|
Thank you for the info. I have made the necessary corrections. The info I had on the memorial was sent to me by another Find A Grave contributor, so I didn't know it was incorrect.
Added by ladyN70 on Jul 14, 2016 6:27 AM
|fay denzler||RE: Reilly|
Just added the tombstone of Howard Reilly and also the back of the stone which shows his military record. I am a relative of his wife Anna but don't remember her because I knew her only when I was a child. I'm hoping to be back in Southern Indiana this fall and I will try to contact other relatives there to ask for a picture of him for his memorial.
|Dan Francis||RE: Docks Creek Photos|
Thank you for your nice message, glad to know I can help someone find their ancestors photos.
Thank you again.
|Esther||RE: Alice Clouse Weddle|
You are very welcome. Turns out it was very close to one of my relatives so when I was there looking for someone else, I thought, "Hey, I'll just get over there and get that one!" Thanks for putting the location with your request. That made it no trick at all.
Added by Esther on Apr 27, 2015 5:16 AM
|Rebecca Ellis||your Hahn requests - Forest Hill Cemetery|
I found the graves of Ruth, Charles, and Ronald Hahn. Ruth's marker is between two bushes and I could uncover it pretty easily. Ronald's marker is under a big bush to the right of Ruth. It was completely covered with soil and roots. I worked on it on several occasions and was able to cut through most of the roots that covered it - I have a photo and will post it. Charles's marker is under the bush to the left of Ruth, at least I'm pretty sure it's under there. The bush is starting to get spring growth and it's impossible for me to get under it, so I won't be able to uncover Charles's marker this year. I'll put a note on your request and maybe another (younger) volunteer will tackle it.
|Jon Papai||Reuben Stimmel and his wife, Martha Mary Hahn Stimmel|
I have not seen a tombstone for these two in Bethlehem Cemetery in Malvern. I may have missed it, or they may be in unmarked graves. If their death certificates say burial at Malvern, they almost certainly are at Bethlehem. There are no Stimmels in the Catholic Cemetery in that town.
|Jennifer Hamilton||RE: Rose L Pierce #16155024|
Thank you for writing. I'm not sure that I have answers for you, but I love working on a good mystery. I have not yet learned how to limit my family tree and I enjoy seeing where Ancestry takes me. Bessie is so far from my tree as to be in a different orchard, but I believe I got to her through the Fidler's, maybe? I have Bessie's mom as Ursula L Brown - married to unk first name Brown - and their son Frank born about 1867 so that matches what you said. Did you take a look at my tree on Ancestry to see if I had it right? Would you like me to transfer Bessie to you since you're way closer than I am? Jen
|Jon Papai||RE: Stark County and Carroll County, Ohio|
Those photos have been laying around for a couple years, I just haven't got around to uploading them. There is still plenty of snow and ice here, no new photos for a few weeks.
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