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L Ferree (#47116659)
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Cindy Massi
RE: Charles Farquer, Memorial# 52292100
My documentation was from a genealogy page I came acrosssed. I only made the suggestion because of your note. I was actually quite hesitant on making the suggestion then decided to just let you know of the other date and let you decide.

Added by Cindy Massi on Apr 18, 2016 8:40 AM

RE: Jennie Taylor
I'm going over today to see if I can find it.

Added by Diana on Apr 08, 2016 9:36 AM

Jane Park Lindsey
Thank you for bringing to my attention the needed correction to the death year for Jane Park Lindsey's memorial(Memorial# 1451327580. I have made the needed changes. EK :)

Added by EKancestry1 on Apr 06, 2016 11:14 AM

Jennie Taylor
You have requested a photo of the marker for Jennie Taylor to try to determine if it is a 'centopath'. I don't know what that is but if this helps, here is the group she is buried with at Highland Park:
Dr. Walter Starnes Nash December 15 1865 - November 13 1943
Eva (Winter) wife of Dr. Walter Starnes Nash April 13 1863 - August 5 1953
Lois (Winter) Morrow September 4 1857 - May 8 1936
Jennie (Winter) Taylor October 29 1867 - February 8 1951
Faye Smith Palmer December 22 1902 - November 15 1949
James Ross Palmer November 17 1900 - December 26 1986


Added by Diana on Apr 04, 2016 10:13 AM

Amy Suzanne Martin
RE: Cunningham and Mason
Thank you, that is VERY helpful. From the photo of the Cunningham lot, it is evident that there must some unmarked burials there. Thank you, thank you!

Added by Amy Suzanne Martin on Mar 27, 2016 4:57 PM

Amy Suzanne Martin
Cunningham and Mason
Hi, thank you so much for sending the information on the burials in Section 17, Block 372, Lot 4, where my Cunningham and Mason relatives are. You have given me a lot to work with, and I really appreciate it. I do feel that Emily (Alford) Cunningham 159425739 is buried here, as it is my understanding that the Grizzle book contains headstone transcriptions (please correct me if I am wrong). The dates of birth and death that I put on Emily's memorial page come from Grizzle. My question for you, I am not clear on whether you compiled the information you sent me from cemetery office records, or did you walk out to the lot (either way, I appreciate the effort very much)? You said there is no record, do you mean no office record or no stone? If you went out and found no stone, I'll assume the stone Grizzle transcribed is no longer there and I'll take down the photo request. Thanks again, Amy

Added by Amy Suzanne Martin on Mar 27, 2016 2:56 PM

Tammy M.
Ancestry tree
As I said my ancestry tree is a little polluted right now as I use ancestry to find the people in my tree. I keep a paper tree and my sister keeps her own paper tree she independently researched. I am not sure the birthdates on simion are true but I did find a baptismal record for him listing them as his parents so someones birthday is wrong and since I didn't have access to the original documents only the transcripts I have to list what I have.I will pull out my paper tree and scan the copies I have to ancestry when I get time. I was working on another branch and havent added those to ancestry. This is why my tree is private until it is cleaned up and documents added.

Added by Tammy M. on Mar 27, 2016 5:18 AM

Ruby Walters
Whew!I've had to take the 'scenic' route to find you. I can't seem to make any posts in the forum right now. Don't know if it's issues in their system, or mine. I don't want anyone to think that I would ignore them, especially when they take the time to help me with a problem. You suggested I make an unknown with the pic I'm needing help with, so you could enlarge it better to make out the carvings. I just put it with my grandmother's pictures on her memorial, if you're still interested in helping with it. Her's is memorial 159857673

Added by Ruby Walters on Mar 23, 2016 4:47 PM

John Morris Born Jr - Oakland
Thank you for your work with Oakland. I am curious how you chose the above decendents parents name as I am a direct descendent and that is not the name I have

Added by sailawayaussies on Mar 19, 2016 5:56 PM

Tammy Smith
RE: Martha Morrison
You are so very welcome. I just discovered this website and knew I could help. I have started searching about the money and about getting the cemetery repaired. I am the care taker of the new Jefferson cemetery and it upsets me that the old cemetery is in such disrepair and no one seems to care.
Have a great day and if I can be of any help in the future please let me know.

Added by Tammy Smith on Mar 19, 2016 5:40 AM

Tammy M.
RE: Minich
I will try to scan and put some of the baptism records I found into ancestry I got quite a bit when I went to the Allen county Library a number of years ago. Someone had copied and translated the church records from the German into English.

Added by Tammy M. on Mar 16, 2016 10:13 PM

Tammy M.
I added you as a guest on my ancestry tree. It doesn't always go through so if it doesnt let me know and I will send another invite. I really need to work on that branch I was taking a break and I have alot of documents I haven't got scanned and loaded yet.Anything with a ??? means I an unsure and need to find documentation.

Added by Tammy M. on Mar 16, 2016 2:50 PM

Tammy M.
RE: Catherine Minich
His brother son of Catherine and Peter. Jacob "silas" Minich had 23 children LIVING at the time of his death according to the obit. I am descent of his Daughter Eliza Jane Minich Thomas. I have my tree on ancestry if you have a subscription I can add you to view it.

Added by Tammy M. on Mar 15, 2016 5:33 PM

Tammy M.
Catherine Minich
I dont have the obit just saw a reference to it. FYI watch out between Jacob and Henry most of Jacob's children have gotten listed as Henry's and I have had a bugger of a time correcting it as I have christening records. Jacob had 23 children living at the time of his death Henry had single digits.Henry stayed in PA while Jacob moved to Micihand and lost three wives each time the children went to live with various relatives. One genealogist who started this before me didnt look at christening records and used census as proof of parentage. Do your diligence research or it is easy to get it wrong as the wrong information is more accepted.

Added by Tammy M. on Mar 15, 2016 7:01 AM

Elizabeth Minich Geist 57292377
There was a mix up. I made the change. Thank you for pointing it out. I didn't put the obit on the memorial so didn't catch it.

Added by Sue on Mar 14, 2016 12:17 PM

Mike White
Carrie Buchanan #126463870
Hi, I just sent a Bio to be added to Carrie White Buchanan, I mistakenly, put she was buried in her uncle lot, that is my mistake, as already indicated in her currently BIO "buried in her brothers lot, is correct as it stands, everything else in my Bio I just sent is correct. Memorial# 126463870. Sorry the the mistake, and thank you.

Added by Mike White on Mar 10, 2016 4:13 PM

Bev Thomas Sexton
Verna Ion #37995000
The name "Verona" shows on the son Clinton Ion's death cert. The informant was his sister Grace Ion.
The 1880 census shows "Vernie A. Loux" with her parents Andrew and Gemima (Jemima) Loux in Clarion, Pa.
So perhaps you can leave it as "Verna".


Added by Bev Thomas Sexton on Mar 07, 2016 5:39 AM

RE: William E Harper / Oakland Cemetery
the widow's application said he died of dysentery. i know she could not read or write so that could very well be the source of the discrepancy. But again i want to thank you for all the time, effort and resources that you have put into this project. it is comforting to me to know where his mortal remains are and that he has a memorial. i knew he died in a hospital in Atlanta, but feared he was in a mass grave or unmarked grave, forgotten somewhere. because of your dedication i know where to find him and will certainly visit if i ever get to Atlanta again. thank you again for everything!

Added by teva on Feb 26, 2016 11:36 AM

William E Harper / Oakland Cemetery
I just wanted to take a minute to thank you for your hours of work and dedication to photograph and post these memorials. I knew my ancestor died in the Civil War but never knew where he was buried. Thanks to you I have a photo and a location. I would like to ask what records you researched to get his date of death. As best I could read his wife's pension application that application stated he died March 15, 1863 and you have April 28, 1863. Just trying to figure out which record is most reliable. Again, thank you for all the time and effort you have dedicated to this project!

Added by teva on Feb 24, 2016 7:56 AM

Jim Blackwell
RE: Two wives for Melville Martin
Yes, Karon Harvill Martin and Catherine Harville Martin are the same person... and her correct parents are attached to the Catherine Harville Martin Memorial page.....

Her daughter Mrs George (Avis) Brown was the informant on her death cert...... Perhaps she told
the clerk her mother's name was Katie and the clerk took it on himself to formalize the name to Catherine ????
She is not listed as Catherine in any documents. Her true name was Karon Saphrona Harville , but she also went by nickname of Katie.....

Added by Jim Blackwell on Feb 15, 2016 1:44 PM

J. Evans
Harry & Forrest Ivey
Thank you so much. That was a big help. Just wanted to be sure we had the same family.

Added by J. Evans on Feb 13, 2016 9:24 AM

J. Evans
Forrest Ivey & Harry D. Ivey146030300

I have a copy of Harry's death certificate. It shows his father as James Ivey & his mother as Fannie Hassel. Trying to figure out how the info on Find a grave fits in Any help will be appreciated Where did you find the info posted?

Thank you,

Added by J. Evans on Feb 13, 2016 7:14 AM

Judy K. Brantley/Wilson
Charlie & Elwyn DeGraffenried
These are two toally different people - Charlie - 9/13/1884 d. 3/21/1886. Elwyn - 5/11/1886 d. 7/6/1958. They were born two years apart, so cannot be same person, so I did not delete.

Added by Judy K. Brantley/Wilson on Feb 12, 2016 12:18 PM

Judy K. Brantley/Wilson
Charlie & Elwyn DeGraffenried
These are two toally different people - Charlie - 9/13/1884 d. 3/21/1886. Elwyn - 5/11/1886 d. 7/6/1958. They were born two years apart, so cannot be same person, so I did not delete.

Added by Judy K. Brantley/Wilson on Feb 12, 2016 12:15 PM

Sonia Young Francisco
Nannie's Maiden name
I did find a marriage certificate for Nannie and Jared Whitaker and it lists her maiden name as Allen. They were married on 07 Sep 1854 in Fulton County, Georgia. It can be accessed on Family Search Family Tree under Nannie E (ID # L4T4-62B).

Sonia Francisco

Added by Sonia Young Francisco on Feb 04, 2016 7:14 AM


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