|Stu (Koblentz) Haley (#47137674)|
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Historian, author and genealogist with advanced experience in Ohio. Based in Baltimore.|
Author of the following titles from Arcadia Publishing:
Images of America, Marion (2004)
Images of America, Marion County (2007)
Images of America, Upper Arlington (2008)
Images of America, The Ohio State University Neighborhoods (2009)
(And other titles as a "ghost" author for the credited author)
Past president of the Marion County Historical Society, Marion, Ohio.
Working on the following surnames: Monnett(e), Burtsfield, Jones, Foos, VanMeter, Hinamon, Hinaman, Heinemann, Harvey, Fickle, Schmidt, Schmid, Koblentz (Latvian), Dorsey and their allied families.
IMPORTANT: I am happy to transfer people that I have added, if am not descended from that person. Just ask!
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|Jane Gerrish Waddell||RE: flower|
Agreed in regards to nice vs. nasty on Find A Grave.
No, I guess I didn't get you message regarding the VanMeters. I checked my email inbox as well as here and there is nothing.
|Jane Gerrish Waddell||RE: James Van Meter|
Hi Stu -
The way to remove a Flower is to click on your actual Flower icon, not the wording, and a screen will come up, with the option "Remove this offering" and proceed. That option, of course, only comes up on your own flower postings.
I see the real problem with putting bio info in a flower in that if several other people add flowers after the one with info, the info one will eventually go off screen and I'm sure there are many viewers, myself included, who do not scroll thru the flowers and find the bio info.
Unfortunately, Find A Grave does not have a means of a person viewing all the "Flowers" they themselves have posted, so to go back and find those with bio info is not an easy task. When bringing such flowers to others attention, I try to convey it as help, rather than critism. I had someone tell me recently that they had gotten "hate mail" about bio info in flowers he had posted on their memorials. It would be a better place, as my mother used to say, if people would "Keep a civil tongue in your head"!
|Jane Gerrish Waddell||Flowers on Memorial# 19783127|
Hi Stu -
I have copied the info in the "Flower" you left for James VanMeter to the bio section. I would greatly appreciate it if you would remove the flower since bio info in flowers is inappropriate.
|Judith||RE: Wiliam Dildine|
Sorry, I have no more information about William.
Added by Judith on Jan 15, 2014 6:36 AM
|Karla Waller||RE: Eva Atha|
Eva Atha was a sister to my paternal grandmother, Rosa Atha 1866-1898 so Eva was my great-aunt and her children with Thomas Dildine are my 1st cousins once removed.
Are you a descendant of them? I really don't know much if anything about the Dildanes. My line of research is the Athas.
Thanks for your interest.
Karla Newbold Waller
|JudyM||RE: The Dildine Family|
I did not research the ancestors of Thomas Dildine as he is only related by marriage. I'm sorry I cannot help you. The only information that I found was the marriage date for William & Sarah Jane Jones on 06 Oct 1852 in Marion, Ohio. That came from FamilySearch.org. I'm sorry that I could not help.
Added by JudyM on Jan 11, 2014 9:19 PM
|Nancy Purchase||RE: Aye Boulder|
Stu, I know I have written to you before. My father was Wallace Knowles Schneider. His mother was Ada Lorraine Knowles m. Aloysius "Ollie" Schneider. Ada's parents were Harrison "Henry" Knowles & Margarette "Margaret" Ann Lindsay - all of Marion Co., Ohio.
Henry Knowles parents were Capt. Hiram Knowles & Catherine Foos daughter of Capt. John Foos and Mary Aye, daughter of George Jacob Aye of Frederick, Maryland & Anna Catharina "Catherine" Dutro, Dutrow or Dotterer.
It appears we connect with Foos, Aye. Can you figure how we connect, from the above information.
Nancy (Schneider) Purchase
|BLESSING||RE: Thank you!|
Are you having problems with her? I hope not.
Added by BLESSING on Nov 30, 2013 9:01 PM
Thanks Stu. I attached several headstone pictures today to several of your memorials. I hope you like them.
|Jim Pulver||Elsie not Lisa|
Oops, I meant Elsie not Lisa Monnett.
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