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I am now retired and do a lot of geocaching, which takes me to a lot of cemetaries. I love seeing the old and unusual gravestones. I get a lot of exercise from walking the cemetaries and looking for requested monuments. it gives me great pleasure to find the monuments to fullfil the requests. If I can be of any assistance in this area please feel free to contact me. I am in Perry County, Ohio and am close to Licking, Muskingham, Fairfield, Hocking, Athens counties. |
Any memorials I have set up will be transferred to family members upon request.
***Please note: At times I may take 500, 600, or even 700 pictures a day when trying to document a cemetery. Some of the photos may not turn out well but at least there is a picture to document the marker and dates. If you would like me to get a better picture for you let me know. I will not be offended by your asking. Daylight, shadows, wet markers etc. can affect the quality.
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|48399510||William O'Dell 133607614|
Thank you for transferring the memorial of my grandfather.
Added by 48399510 on Jan 29, 2015 5:57 AM
|48399510||William O'Dell #133607614|
William O'Dell # 133607614 is my grandfather ( I am the son of his daughter Kitty (O'Dell) Klein Deane, I respectfully request the transfer of his memorial so I can connect to his wife and children.
Added by 48399510 on Jan 27, 2015 11:16 AM
|D. Garey||Iva Miracle|
Thank you for the transfer. Della
Added by D. Garey on Jan 26, 2015 3:07 PM
|MeetYouinOhio||RE: Edna Mender|
Thank you very much for the transfer and the hard work. It is greatly appreciated.
|Donna White||RE: re: Clara Mason Wright|
Margaret Miller was Laura (Miller) Mason's sister apparently. I have edits in place for them to be linked to their father. I have a feeling that since the other people have pics, that she may have an unmarked grave, but I don't know for sure. donna
|Donna White||re: Clara Mason Wright|
Thanks for the cemetery phone number. I called them and they gave me the plot info and I put in edits to you. She is not buried with a husband. She is buried with her brother Charles Mason, his wife laura Miller Mason and her mother (I think) Margaret Miller (or Elizabeth Margaret Miller). There was no listing for Margaret Miller, so I listed her and put in a request for a grave photo if you ever go back there. Since Clara and her brother have grave photos posted on here, I am guessing that her grave might be unmarked, but I don't know for sure. Burial records are in Margaret Miller who died in Aug. 1916. Section F, Lot 20. She also went by Elizabeth M. Miller. Thanks again for your help. donna
|Donna White||re: Clara Mason Wright|
I don't know if you save your pictures or not, but do you have any way to check if she is buried with her husband or not? No one can find out his first name...
|Ed Whiteman||Re Juniata Brewer|
Thanks very much. I would be glad to accept a transfer. I'm rather new to Find A Grave and I don't know what is involved to become a manager of a listing. I would appreciate any advice or directions you would be willing to provide. Thanks again, Ed Whiteman.
|Ed Whiteman||Re "Juanita" Brewer, memorial 128051754|
Thanks much for updating her son Claude. I believe that the correct spelling of my great great grand mother's first name is Juniata. In the 1970's, her grand daughter, Ruth, told me that she was called Jun, because people had difficulty pronouncing Juniata. I inherited the 1909 funerary memorial card for Jun's daughter Leonora Olive Brewer Cross. This card spells her name as Juniata. THe 1912 Ohio Death Record spells her name as Juniatta. Every Federal census has a different version of her 1st name. The 1900 Federal census does spell it Juniata. My grand mother, Ruth, knew Jun. Ruth's family records have proven to be amazingly accurate. Ruth had me write down on the rear of two pictures of Jun , that Jun's maiden name was Juniata L. Potts, and that Jun was the wife of William Fee Brewer (1842-1912, memorial 128051807). I would greatly appreciate your review and decision in this matter. Sincerely, Ed Whiteman.
|Thomas Swinehart||Imo Gutridge|
Thanks for the catch. I'll notify the manager of the memorial that it is a duplicate
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