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Zella (#46524425)
 member for 14 years, 11 months, 1 day
RE: Anna Kraft
I actually have two middle names for Anna. Nothing official. It is on a type-written page listing the Theodore Kraft family and his children. This page is mounted in a scrapbook, which I believe came from my aunt, Eleanor Bryant (Anna's niece; Louise Kraft Bryant's daughter). The quote on the page says "Anna Wilhelmina Bertha, born on the seventh of April, 1866 Galsenkirkan, Germany."

Added by TommyF on Dec 12, 2016 6:36 PM

William Croghan
RE: Mary Elizabeth (Dallas) Frances
That worries me.....that I would be so much for your help....truly it is appreciated, maybe not now, but surely in 100 years you will be famous.... :)

Added by William Croghan on Dec 07, 2016 1:44 PM

William Croghan
Mary Elizabeth (Dallas) Frances
I added Mary as her mother,,,i believe it must be her there.....if you think I am wrong, I will delete.... thanks so much!!!!

Added by William Croghan on Dec 04, 2016 11:26 PM

William Croghan
Mary Elizabeth Dallas's second husband was Frank wondering if her and her daughter are buried near or together????

Added by William Croghan on Dec 04, 2016 11:02 PM

William Croghan
Willula Verona "Lulu" Dallas
Lulu was the granddaughter of Catherine Gregg Dallas,,,,daughter of Mary Elizabeth Dallas
(1862-1893).... Lulu's father was William Shriner... Lulu was adopted by her grandmother Catherine..... Lulu is listed as being 10 years old when she died... Lots of confusion here...I am not sure where Mary Elizabeth is buried or her open to any brilliance.... :)

Added by William Croghan on Dec 04, 2016 10:43 PM

William Croghan
RE: Bessie Wolverton
I kept reading your comment.....Who is Mary Francis??? I have no idea who this thanks!!!

Added by William Croghan on Dec 04, 2016 10:38 PM

William Croghan
Bessie Wolverton
thanks so much for looking for the stone of Bessie....your work is truly appreciated!!!!! Thanks!!!!

Added by William Croghan on Dec 04, 2016 3:54 PM

DeCody Brad Marble
Please Transfer, If You Can
Find A Grave Memorial# 152886477; Nellie C Steadman 18821914
Birth 19 NOV 1882 Ashland, Ashland, Ohio
Death 4 FEB 1914 Akron, Summit, Ohio
THANK YOU ZELLA! FOR THE MEMORIAL AND THE TOMBSTONE PHOTO FOR NELLIE! I sent edit the links to her husband and father and mother. I also added to photos. She is one of three daughters to Martin Theodore Steadman and Jennie Downs. I am a Downs Descendant. I also provided marriage date on photos. Nice to see the family all linked now.
THANKS AGAIN .... Brad Marble

Added by DeCody Brad Marble on Nov 27, 2016 8:41 PM

Happy Thanksgiving

Added by cataholic4ever on Nov 24, 2016 2:13 PM

Karen Sykes
Gasper Tarr

What you said makes a lot of sense. I'll change the date. Thank you!

Added by Karen Sykes on Nov 18, 2016 4:39 AM

chris weber
Smith family - #67477150 #67477172 #59693836
Hello - I am contacting you in regard to these three memorials that you manage. They are Martin and Mary Baar Smith, and their son, George Smith, veteran of the Civil War. Martin and Mary are my greatx3 grandparents. Their daughter, Susannah Smith Vogel, also in this cemetery, died 1859 in childbirth. Her twins survived, and she was my greatx2 grandmother. That entry for Susannah just appeared on Ancestry, and that is how I have found the Smiths. I just had management of Susannah transferred to me, and I would like to have the management of these three memorials, if you would. I would like to tie them all together and provide info and bios of them.

Eventually, the lives of the children of Frederick and Susannah Smith Vogel become quite the saga. After Susannah's death, Frederick Vogel married her sister, Anna Mary Smith - they produced ten more children, and ended in Otter Tail County, Minnesota. I admire them all greatly-they were tough pioneers - classic Americans.

I appreciate all the work you do, and hope you know how valuable it is to someone like me. This is wonderful info, and the headstone pics are lovely. I live 1500 miles away, and would never get to see them. Thank you!


Added by chris weber on Nov 10, 2016 4:14 PM

Linda Allison
RE: Samuel Marks
Hi. We have two Samuel Marks in our family. First, Samuel Marks, Sr. whose middle initial is M. I got this from his Certificate of Death from the Court House in Hollidaysburg, PA. He married Emma Corbin. He died on 31 Jan 1896 from a boiler explosion. Second, his son, Samuel Stevenson Marks died in 1949 from tuberculosis.

Added by Linda Allison on Nov 08, 2016 10:35 AM

Michael Wood
Request for Permission Find A Grave Memorial# 5331317
I am the author of a website dedicated to the memory of the 16th Ohio Volunteer Infantry Civil War regiment. You have posted a photo of the gravesite of one of the 16th OVI's members, Catherine Brashear, Memorial# 5331317. I am asking your permission to present that photo on my website in the Laid To Rest section (next to her husband, Basil Brashear, the regimental surgeon). My website is 100% non-commercial and for the research and enjoyment of those interested in the 16th Ohio or Civil War in general. Please let me know if it is ok to use the photo. Also, thank you for your work in documenting and posting the gravesites of our ancestors!

Added by Michael Wood on Nov 06, 2016 9:28 AM

The Hinckley Graver
Emily burt

Maintained by: Cincinnati Spring Grove ...
Originally Created by: Auto Graver
Record added: Oct 10, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 78100335


Added by The Hinckley Graver on Oct 24, 2016 4:38 PM

Debbie Gillen
RE: Percy Robertson
Thank you so much, Zella, for the transfers and the information.

Added by Debbie Gillen on Oct 23, 2016 1:57 PM

Debbie Gillen
Percy Robertson
Hi Zella, Thanks for the correction. I didn't even notice that Percy had two memorials. I deleted my incorrect one. You had the same picture of his stone that I did. Did you say that was not your picture? I am wondering if I made a mistake thinking my picture was taken at Wooster. Does he have two stones in Glendale? Thanks so much for your help!

Added by Debbie Gillen on Oct 23, 2016 10:14 AM

Jim Snyder Jr.
I sent you an e-mail about a small problem I found.


Added by Jim Snyder Jr. on Oct 23, 2016 6:09 AM

Debbie Gillen
Hi Zella, Would you please consider transferring two memorials to me. James H Roberton #83102506 and Gertrude Kelly Robertson #83102565 They are my 2x gr-grandparents and I have obits and family info to update. My member #46790534
Thank you for your consideration and all your work.
Debbie Gillen

Added by Debbie Gillen on Oct 21, 2016 9:29 PM

The Lingafelts
Hi Zella, I'm researching my family's genealogy and noticed you manage a lot of my relative's memorials on here. I'm curious if you can help me with some information on my family in the 1800s The records are sparse, but I've so far traced myself to an Aaron Lingafelt (1845-1912), but I'm unsure of his parents, spouse and siblings, since he's buried with the wife of a relative of his son in law. He's buried in Calvary Cemetery, which seems odd as it's a Catholic cemetery and most of the other Lingafelts in Blair County seem to be in the Zion Lutheran and Geeseytown cemeteries.

If there's anything you can tell me regarding Aaron's relationship to the Zion or Geeseytown Lingafelts, it would be a huge help.

And thank you very much for managing their memorials and honoring them, I'm sure they appreciate it.

Added by Andrew on Oct 20, 2016 6:49 PM

Judy Stone
RE: David Daniel Spangler (1807-)
Hi Zella,

I have looked into your suggestions on David Spangler. I can't place him in Franklin Co. because I have an 1850 census (all family members match) that lists his birthplace as PA. I have record of his marriage to Catherine in 1833 in PA. (Gettysburg) and his children that were born in PA from 1833-1848. His daughter Esther (my great aunt) was born in Defiance OH in 1848. They stayed there after that, having another daughter in 1854.

The 1840 census I have in Gettysburg doesn't quite match up. Having tick marks instead of names for family members is difficult. Four of the family members match with sex and age but there is an extra female and Catherine's age would be off 10 years.

I am at a dead end with David Spangler for now. Thank you so much for your message, and please feel free to message me again should you come across some information! -Judy

Added by Judy Stone on Oct 19, 2016 11:54 AM

The Hinckley Graver
Emily Blunt
Done, thx

Added by The Hinckley Graver on Oct 18, 2016 7:07 PM

RE: Michael Hileman
It's been brought to my attention that you have recently decided to change your memorial for Johan Hileman to Michael Hileman.

I find that stunning, to say the least.

I created the first memorial for Michael Hileman. You continued to insist your memorial for Johan Hileman was correct, until...I can only guess...more Hileman relatives objected to your memorial. Then you changed your bogus Johan Hileman memorial to a Michael Hileman memorial.


Added by Starfishin on Oct 14, 2016 11:29 PM

William Croghan
RE: Ralph Croghan
Thanks so much for looking!! It is greatly appreciated,,,, a pic of the area is great......thanks!

Added by William Croghan on Oct 09, 2016 5:29 PM

Mary Boyd
RE: Mary Lazich
Hello Zella,
I realized later that I had the wrong Mary Lazich!
I did receive a photo of the correct relative Aunt Mary.
I realized my Aunt died in 1963. I am unsure how to take my photo etc. off. Same name same town what are the odds?
As it turned out the my Uncle Steve and great Grandmother Agnes all were on the Stone.
Thanks for your help sorry about the confusion.

Added by Mary Boyd on Oct 09, 2016 3:19 PM

Julie Schaeffer
RE: Elizabeth Lasher #166211481
Let me check with some other family members to see if anyone might know her location within the cemetery. Thank you for everything!

Added by Julie Schaeffer on Oct 08, 2016 12:51 PM


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