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|Sally Glenn (#48137474)|
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I'm enjoying exploring cemeteries in my area. It's a great way to get some exercise!|
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|Flutterby||RE: Bertha Britten|
Yes, she did include quite a bit of information about her Moser grandparents in the genealogy, but I was wondering if there was anything beyond that. Of the nine Schaller siblings, three married Mosers. Two of the Mosers were siblings, and I believe they were related with Bertha's grandparents, but I don't know how. They were all in the Mennonite settlements in Ohio, so that is another connection.
If you happen to find anything else, I am "all ears!"
Thank you so much for posting the photos of your grandmother. I recently read her contribution to the Schaller family genealogy and really enjoyed it. The photos add another dimension to her story and make me wish that I had met her.
By chance do you know if she had any information put together on the Moser family tree?
I appreciate your consideration.
|Jan robinson||Spring valley Memory Gardens|
I see there is only one stone photo-ed in this cemetery and it was by you. I have requested a photo for Relma Strickland for quite some time. I know she has at least, a military stone. Should you get back there, please take a pic for me.
|Janice||RE: Ruth Lee|
Wonderful! So glad you were able to reconnect. If you need anything else from BG, let me know - I still visit regularly. *Janice
Added by Janice on Dec 27, 2013 6:15 AM
|Neil B (John 3:16)||Hi Sally,|
I just stopped by to say hi. There are so many friendly, wonderful, and helpful people on this site. After two months, let me say welcome to Find A Grave. Good talking with you.
|steven g tester||RE: Sneaky|
LoL I never checked to see if the gate was unlocked. I got in after asking one of the guys hanging out behind the store how to get in. He showed me a cutout in the west fence next to Johnson Creek. I gave him a dollar tip. I agree, it was kind of scary at first. I think some of those guys live back there. Let me know if you go back, find the gate locked and want to get in that way, I'll go with you. Actually, if you want, I'll go to any of the cemeteries with you. Maybe bring a blanket and have a picnic. Haha Just kidding about the blanket. Something else funny is Glenn is my middle name. Anyway... Be safe!
|steven g tester||Sneaky|
I guess you found the way to get past the locked gate of Johnson Station Cemetery. :)
|Janice||RE: Ruth Lee|
Hi Sally. Actually, I was lucky and it was easy. I just happened to be visiting Bowling Green (where I used to live) and stopped in to re-visit this lovely cemetery. Just in case, I checked photo requests, and your request was easiest to find before it began to rain. It was meant to be, and perhaps Ruth was helping. *Janice
Added by Janice on Jul 01, 2013 7:31 PM
Thank you Sally for all the wonderful Heflin photos you sent me!
Added by Mookie on Jun 05, 2013 11:47 AM