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GPS capable devices are a God-send for locating markers. Respect for the dead, is indisputable. I add as much information to all memorials, as I can find, 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.

I appreciate, and a "thank you", for any information learned from the persons on this site and other research sites, and look forward to sharing any information that will help you as well. I am kind of at a halt with our trees. Figured it'd be nice to maybe help someone else find missing pieces.

My immediate lines are Davis, Goodwin, Huntley, and Grooms. My extended grandparent generational 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 direct 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.

Water is the only acceptable means of cleaning a stone. Anything added will break the stone down faster.

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

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