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*I just inherited 2300+ memorials at Locust Grove Cemetery, from a Find A Graver. Please have patience as I update and complete those, one at a time.*

2019: Saint Pat Cemetery in Mason County 100% photographed. Adding remaining images and bio's.

*Death certificate information is only as accurate, as the person who provided it. Be familiar with the area and the cemetery before you go plugging memorials into them*

Please! I beg of you FAG'ers, use GPS on your images. If I can provide it and you aren't, I will add it. No disrespect to you. Respect for decedents seeking graves.

I add as much factual information to all memorials when I create them. These were human beings. They were more than a name, with two dates. I send edits when vital information is missing. If you fuss because checking them is too time consuming for you, I send it on to the admins.
No big deal.

My family lines are: Davis, Goodwin, Huntley, and Grooms. My extended lines are: Rothwell, Wood, Baudendistel, Day/e, Satterfield, Shivener, Wills, Osborne, Uhl, Stotler, Baldwin, Easter, Copas, Smalley, Sprinkle, Miller, Wolfe, Hert, Dixon, Edwards, Jacobs, McClurg, Paul, Johnson, Emmons, Boatman, Sutterer, Schafer, Applegate, Campbell, Worthington, Wall, Yeckley, Bickmore, Rader, and Bennington.
My husband's lines are Vogler, Rothwell, Young, and Bentley.

Our roots are deeply seeded in Adams, Brown and Clermont Counties, in Ohio. I welcome information or tips for expanding my lines and finding new family.

It is common knowledge, if you've not taken a course on stone preservation, don't alter or rub the stone. You will degrade it quicker, otherwise.

"Who Knows only his own Generation remains always a child." - Cicero

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