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Genealogy Bug Kate (#46831680)
 member for 10 years, 5 months, 11 days
Gary L. Maize
Hannah Bradley
Not having very much luck in finding her. She has a lot(99) in Palmyra Cemetery with a Daniel Bradley died June 16 1835. Says he was 42 years, 2 mo, 21dys. Not finding stone for Hannah there.
You mention buried in the Middle Section which refers to Greenwood Cemetery across the road. People have screwed up the naming of Palmyra and Greenwood and making it all Greenwood. Greenwood was an expansion started about 1865. There were some people supposedly moved into Greenwood from Palmyra.
If Daniel was her husband, would think she would want to be buried with him. Will keep looking for stone.
She is not buried with readable stone in either cemetery as I have read both of the cemeteries.
Daniel is still there, so Hannah may not have a stone.

Added by Gary L. Maize on Aug 24, 2016 8:59 PM

Amy Lynn Bolinder
Silas Nicholay
No problem, I had done a quick check and didn't find his parents, but if I happen to run across them, i'll let you know !

Added by Amy Lynn Bolinder on Aug 23, 2016 5:15 PM

Amy Lynn Bolinder
Silas Nicholay
Sorry, I only know what I read from the burial records under the spelling Nicholay. Silas was disinterred to West Chester. I didn't find anything else, I only know he is NOT buried in Greenwood Cemetery. Here is the only other info I have on him:Dr. Silas J. NICOLAY was born in Somerset, Somerset County, Pennsylvania, February 8, 1847, being the son of Frederick and Margaret (JENNINGS) NICOLAY, the latter being a daughter of Colonel Benjamin JENNINGS, an officer in the Continental army under Washington, crossing the Delaware with him and assisting in the capture of a thousand Hessians on the night of December 24, 1776. Mr. Frederick NICOLAY is still living in Pennsylvania. Dr. NICOLAY was a pupil at the common schools until he was fourteen, when he commenced an apprenticeship of three years at the trade of silversmith. He had acquired the trade in 1864, when he enlisted in the One Hundred and Seventh Pennsylvania Veteran Volunteers, participating in the capture of the Weldon Railroad, and in numerous skirmishes and raids. He was at the battle of Hotel's Run, February, 1865, when the regiment suffered a loss of one-third of its men, and in the battles preceeding Lee's surrender, also being present at that event. He served until the close of the war, and was discharged at Washington, June 3, 1865.

He came to Ohio in 1865 as a student in the National Normal School at Lebanon, where he remained one year, graduating from that school in 1868. He engaged in teaching in Butler and Hamilton Counties till 1871. In 1870 he entered the office of Dr. William JONES, at Montgomery, Hamilton County, remaining there till 1871, when he commenced a three years' course at the Ohio Medical College. He graduated from that instituion March 1, 1874, then beginning the practice of his profession at Mercer, Illinois, in connection with an older brother, Dr. William J. NICOLAY. He continued there till September, 1880, when he came to Hamilton, purchasing the business formerly carried on by HILKER & Son, and dealing extensively in drugs, medicines, paints, oils, books, stationery, and fancy articles.

Dr. NICOLAY was married in 1875 to Miss Margaret PARRISH, daughter of Jared PARRISH, a former well-known resident of Westchester, Butler County. They are the parents of one daughter, Helen, born August 6, 1881. He is a member of the Masonic fraternity, the Odd Fellows, and the Grand Army of the Republic. His wife is a member of the Methodist Church. Good luck, wish I could help more.

Added by Amy Lynn Bolinder on Aug 23, 2016 5:05 PM

Carol Ciaramitaro
Harry Freeman Jones
Just want to thank you for taking your precious time to fulfill my photo request. I appreciate it very much.

Have a great day,

Added by Carol Ciaramitaro on Aug 21, 2016 12:24 PM

Lora Treadwell
Rachel L. Cass Jensen #156035997
Thank you Kate...great job and so much appreciate your services.

Added by Lora Treadwell on Aug 20, 2016 3:17 PM

McDaniel Talley Transfer
Thanks SO much!


Added by MSL on Aug 18, 2016 5:41 PM

Ruth Watkins (Pew) Jaynes
Helen (Bailey) Murphy and Catharine Murphy
Thank you so much for the full obituaries of the above two people.

I located an obit on Helen "Holly" (Murphy) Dobbins, through the Willard Public Library. However it doesn't mention where she is buried so I "assumed" that she was cremated and entered her on Find A Grave.


Many thanks for your help.


Ruth Jaynes

Added by Ruth Watkins (Pew) Jaynes on Aug 17, 2016 11:26 AM

Obituary? Find A Grave Memorial# 80571548
Hi -- Your flower note on memorial for Dr. A. K. Berry says you have his obituary. Would you please Email it to me? I'm researching his family. Thanks:CLCochran (#47122252)

Added by CLCochran on Aug 17, 2016 9:02 AM

Stephen Patrick
Marion McCain Liston memorial #112112262
I tried to send you an edited message but it would not send because it kept asking me to click on I am not a robot ... but it did not appear on the screen for me to check ...

Marion Cherry married Robert Norwood McCain on 05 June 1924 in Faulkner County, AR .... they had 3 sons and divorced in 1935 .... she must have married Marc Liston after 1940.

Thanks, Stephen

Added by Stephen Patrick on Aug 15, 2016 11:26 AM

Larry Krueger
RE: Schafer Cemetery
Forgive mt manors! Sorry about the delay...LOL. In reply to your June 6th Thank you message.....You are very welcome!

Added by Larry Krueger on Aug 08, 2016 10:04 PM

Sherry Hess
RE: Patrick Arbuckle
Thank you so very much


Added by Sherry Hess on Aug 07, 2016 2:33 PM

Sherry Hess
Patrick Arbuckle

Thank you for fulfilling my request for Patrick Arbuckle @ Abbottsville Cemetery. May I also with your permission share your photo in my family tree giving you credit for the photo.

Thank you
Sherry Hess

Added by Sherry Hess on Aug 06, 2016 2:29 PM

Possible family ties
Which Baldwin's are your researching. There are some in my Gillispie lines that I would be happy to share.

Added by Anonymous on Aug 01, 2016 6:05 PM

tombstone for Nellie and Frank Young
Thank you so much. I really appreciate your effort

Added by Anonymous on Aug 01, 2016 6:00 PM

Susan Fudge-Will
Thank you for your time and photo.

Added by Susan Fudge-Will on Jul 27, 2016 4:02 PM

Abbottsville Cemetery
Thank you very much for fulfilling my photo requests for Brack & Martha Long!

Added by DiAnn on Jul 26, 2016 9:53 AM

Barb K
RE: James Thomas
Thank you, I have added the photos to my "Thomas Family Tree" on with your copyright wording. Again, I really appreciate your efforts in getting photos for me.

Added by Barb K on Jul 24, 2016 8:41 PM

Barb K
James Thomas
Thank you so much for the photo of my 3rd Great Grandfather's tombstone!!! Are you able to tell me if there was a stone for his wife, Elizabeth Strader Thomas?

Barb Thomas Kattell

Added by Barb K on Jul 24, 2016 6:32 PM

David Sawdy
Henry& Deliah Baker Bristley
Thank you so much for the great photo's of these memorial markers. Well appreciated.

Added by David Sawdy on Jul 23, 2016 8:07 PM

Thank you!
Thank you for finding the grave of my great grandfather, John W. Simpson. It is fascinating to see how well the graves are kept up, and the history behind our lineage.

Added by HANNAH LYNN DEMERSON on Jul 23, 2016 7:33 PM

Lynda S. Wise
Charles Heindl
What a beautiful monument he has! Thank you so very much for walking the cemetery and taking, adding the great photo to his memorial. He is a 2nd cousin that I never got to know.

Thank you! Lynda

Added by Lynda S. Wise on Jul 23, 2016 6:47 PM

Ruth Harris
Hello Kate I was inquiring about the Abram(s) family and wanted to know if you are related to that surname. I too am related and was wondering what your connection is so that I may add you to my family tree. Thank you for your time and have a great day!!!

Added by Ruth Harris on Jul 23, 2016 9:09 AM

RE: Emma Imel
"Technically, your memorial is the duplicate because I created mine first ..."

Yes, you did - and you named the memorial Emma Pricer Imel when her name was Emma Imel Pricer. I search for existing memorials using the *correct* name, but I'm no mind-reader :-)

Added by Chris on Jul 21, 2016 1:30 PM

James D Holds
Henry Eugene Smith
Thanks so much for grabbing the picture for me. I'm guessing you also straightened the Span Am Vets marker; thank you.

Added by James D Holds on Jul 21, 2016 12:00 PM

David Sawdy
Pharo Baker
Thanks so much for there stone photo. you did a great job.

Added by David Sawdy on Jul 18, 2016 6:33 PM


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