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*Death certificate information is only as accurate, as the person who provided it. Also, BE FAMILIAR WITH THE AREA AND CEMETERY BEFORE YOU PLUG MEMORIALS INTO THEM. "IF YOU DON'T KNOW, DON'T GO"*

I will add as much factual information to all memorials. How do you know this is indeed your"John Smith", who died 100 years ago, without it?

My lines are: Davis, Goodwin, Huntley, Grooms, 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, Bentley, Puckett, Jones, Abbott, Morrison, Graham, Meade, Reynolds, Grooms, Knauff, Cornwell, Easter, Copas, Behm, Holt, Hackney, Longacre, Amos, Wyatt, Satterfield, McCarty, Finney, Gardner, McClaren, Riley, Gipson, Collins, Armstrong, McDaniel, Thatcher, Shoemaker, Ewing, Pollard, Scroggs, Taylor and Webb.

Our roots are deeply seeded in Adams, Brown and Clermont Counties, in Ohio. Lewis, Mason, Magoffin, Breathitt and Wolfe County, Kentucky. Russell County, Virginia and Beckley County, W. Virginia. 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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