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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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Hello, I just wanted to take a moment to thank you for the transcriptions you did in Evergreen Cemetery. I appreciate it. Keep up the good work,
Added by Johnny on Oct 30, 2014 3:40 PM
|Gerry Stanley||RE: Susannah Axline|
It looks like you've taken care of Emanuel and thanks for the photo. One mystery down. If you want another mystery, I'm looking for David Bagley, b. in Ireland in 1769 and died Muskingum, OH in 1850. He married Christina Everhart in Loudoun Cty, VA in 1789. She supposedly died in Newton, Muskingum on 9 Jun 1860. I did find an unknown Bagley buried at New Hope Lutheran and it looks like in 1839. No first name visible and the age is not readable from the picture. I met a lady in Michigan that was transcribing a cemetery and she introduced me to "Carboff" paper. Don't know if you've seen or used it but it is great stuff. If you would send me your address I'll send you some and you might consider making a "rubbing" of the unknown Bagley. The memorial # is 69911315 and to see an example of the paper go to memorial #70433605. You could e-mail me your address at email@example.com. This search for David Bagley is a long shot, but who knows?
|David McNally||Violet Higgins|
Thank you so much for transferring her memorial to me. It really means a lot to me!
|Sharon Leon||Dolan headstones|
Good pictures of the Dolan headstones. Sharon
|Gerry Stanley||RE: Susannah Axline|
i'm out of town but will get it done next week. I'll look thru my tree and see if there are others in your area Thanks again for your assistance. I just spent all day in an old abandoned cemetery back in the woods in North Central Missouri. It was a lot of work but how rewarding.
|C Dee eames||RE: Axline at Hopewell Baptist|
Thanks for all your hard work in helping
families learn and able to keep their family histories...
|C Dee eames||RE: Mae Axline|
Marriage records states father George
and mother Sarah
|C Dee eames||RE: Emanuel Axline|
If you have the Axline memorials yes plse
|C Dee eames||Emanuel Axline|
Thank you for finding him . I have changed the
cemetery . Again many thanks
|Gerry Stanley||Susannah Axline|
Thank you for taking the time to take the photo of Susannah's headstone. It is very much appreciated. I noticed you also took a photo of her husband, Emanuel's stone. It was thought he was in the Mt. Perry Cemetery but now we know for sure where he rests. Thanks again.
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