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Zella (#46524425)
 member for 12 years, 6 months, 11 days
Dalton Goff
Thank you for the photo of SP4 Goff's marker. I appreciate you taking the time to do this for me. Red

Added by Red on Aug 06, 2014 3:17 PM

Rudy's Granddaughter

I do appreciate the time and effort you put into taking these photographs. I was a great kindness.


Added by Rudy's Granddaughter on Aug 06, 2014 1:37 PM

Rudy's Granddaughter
RE: Tavy Wilcox

The only Wilcoxes I know are Tavy and her husband, Fred. I am sure that there must be family out there who would appreciate the information, though.

Thank you so much.


Added by Rudy's Granddaughter on Aug 06, 2014 1:08 PM

William Croghan
Sada Croghan
Zella,,,fixed it...thanks so much....


Added by William Croghan on Aug 05, 2014 8:08 PM

William Croghan
RE: Sarah Croghan
Am so sorry,,, I just got back to town...please remind me which Sarah Croghan....

thanks so much!!!

Added by William Croghan on Aug 03, 2014 9:39 PM

Rene Saenz-Tanner
Hiram Hanchett
Hi Zella....

Wondering when you have time, you could email me the additional obit you found on "my" Hiram Hanchett? The one that we talked about that won't be posted.

Thanks so much, look foward to hearing from you.


Added by Rene Saenz-Tanner on Aug 02, 2014 1:10 PM

Rick Pyle
RE: Pyle Farm Cemetery
All I know is that it is located near the intersection of N. Camp Run Rd. and Pleasant Hill Rd. My Guess is that it is located somewhere in the area of the N/E corner.

I do not live in the area or I would stop at the home located on the N/W corner of said intersection and inquire.

Thank you so much for your response and I hope you have time to inquire about the location.

Sincerely, Rick Pyle

Added by Rick Pyle on Aug 02, 2014 11:14 AM

Amy J.
James B Reid 1900-1942

Thank you for adding my Great Grandparents to Geeseytown Cemetery. On James Reid's memorial it says he drowned in Baltimore Harbor?! I had never heard this story. Can you tell me where you found it?


-Amy J

Added by Amy J. on Aug 01, 2014 8:59 PM

Thayer M Bishop/Mary Thayer
Hi Again - The Cleveland Register shows the name as Thayer Bishop. It also showed that she was disinterred. I couldn't find where she was reinterred until I got your email which clarified things. You had added her under her correct name of Mary Thayer and have her buried in Glendale Cemetery, so I deleted my entry. Thank you so much for this information. Cindy

Added by CindyS on Jul 31, 2014 8:39 PM

RE: Erie Street - cleveland
Hi Zella - I have had several contributors mention to me about the duplicates that the other contributor had made of my memorials. I didn't realize that amount though! I had previously advised the admins, I am just waiting for a response from them. Thank you for letting me know. Cindy

Added by CindyS on Jul 31, 2014 8:29 PM

Ralph Hammond-Green
RE: Thomas & Catherine Armstrong - photos
Thank you.

Added by Ralph Hammond-Green on Jul 31, 2014 11:47 AM

Ralph Hammond-Green
RE: Thomas & Catherine Armstrong - photos
Do you by chance have plot info for these?

Added by Ralph Hammond-Green on Jul 30, 2014 4:38 PM

Ralph Hammond-Green
Thomas & Catherine Armstrong - photos
Thank you very much for taking and posting the pictures of their grave markers.

Added by Ralph Hammond-Green on Jul 30, 2014 3:36 PM

RE: Grace Page Clark - East Akron
Mabel K. Page (daughter of Thomas S. Page and Flora Ann Kent) was born February 22, 1866 in Akron, Ohio. She married Francis Cooke on 1898.

Added by Linda on Jul 28, 2014 9:14 PM

John Williams
RE: John H. Sandrus
Note: All Civil war records give his name as John H.; the obit was apparently in error (he had a son named Johnson K.P.); his age was also incorrect. Government issue tombstone was provided in 1879 giving place of burial as "Hutchingsons" in Eldorado; another entry says buried 'at or near Altoona'.

Apparently he was removed to Oak Ridge at some point. Hutchinsons is nearly destroyed; could a government issue stone still exist for him there?

The stone at Hutchinsons was for both John and His Wife. The government stone at Oak Ridge was only for John.

I never mentioned Rose Hill for this Person.

Added by John Williams on Jul 27, 2014 3:36 PM

Lois Allison
Blair Penlow
A Blair Penlow is listed in the 1860 Census, Blair Co., Pa. As age 2, s/o Haiden Penlow. This would make him born abt 1858. Could the 1852 birth date be an error? Otherwise it could be the same person I was searching for.
Thank you

Added by Lois Allison on Jul 27, 2014 1:18 PM

RE: Bonstedt
No need to type it over, but you may want to put a note that if they click on the article picture it will enlarge it enough to read the bio. Thank you.

Added by Linda on Jul 27, 2014 12:29 PM

RE: Grace Page Clark - East Akron
I wasn't able to find her in the 1870 census either. The date was given to me by another researcher.

Added by Linda on Jul 27, 2014 12:27 PM

Dave Davisson
RE: Wetzel
Thanks for your kindness. I'm not finding them in my database, but that was considerate of you to go the extra mile.

Added by Dave Davisson on Jul 26, 2014 12:48 PM

william Harpster
I've been putting dates as I find them on ancestry as they have copys of the death cert from 1906- 1944

Added by william Harpster on Jul 26, 2014 9:12 AM

Zella Powell Bracken
I take a lot of photos in my area of Pennsylvania which includes Corry. I recently added a marker for Davis/Powell, just names no other info. so then I started trying to run down some info and was able to and found that Ora and William Powell had a daughter Zella that married a Herbert Bracken. I can't seem to trace Zella and family, but then I ran across your Bracken memorial and your name Zella. (What are the chances?) anyway, was wondering are you related?

I did want to mention that I do disagree with adding census, etc. to a memorial. If there is no other info, especially if I don't really know them, I think it is better to have some info than just a blank page. Should hopefully make it easier for a family member to track down.

Added by CABrown on Jul 26, 2014 9:11 AM

RE: Bonstedt
I've seen his name written both was as Carl Wilhelm and Charles William. Perhaps at some point he changed to the American sound of his name. Would you mind making a note of the two names on his page? I'm also researching the Guth family and I've found several of them that changed the spelling to Good.

Added by Linda on Jul 25, 2014 9:49 PM

Ralph Hammond-Green
RE: Infirmary Cemetery - Akron
She was living with her brother-in-law and sister in Hinckley in 1870. (Zacharias & Susannah Marquitt) Another brother-in-law and sister lived in Brunswick. They all died a few years before or after her. All her other relatives were in Michigan. As far as I can determine, she is not buried in Hinckley Ridge with the others in of her family.

Added by Ralph Hammond-Green on Jul 22, 2014 5:17 PM

Ralph Hammond-Green
RE: Infirmary Cemetery - Akron
Betsey Seaton. She is listed on two different records. She was born in Vermont ~1801 and died 25 Oct 1875. She never married.

Added by Ralph Hammond-Green on Jul 22, 2014 4:23 PM

Ralph Hammond-Green
Infirmary Cemetery - Akron
Do you know where one could find records of older burials? I have a great aunt who died at the County Infirmary in 1875. Haven't found a burial for her in any of the cemeteries used by others in her family.

Added by Ralph Hammond-Green on Jul 22, 2014 9:31 AM


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