|Mr. Ed (#35186547)|
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Ever since I was very young, I've picked and pawed through old cemeteries. I love history and|
cemeteries are great history lessons. Here in the Akron, Ohio area there are many old cemeteries, Glendale being one of the oldest. Many notable figures of history now rest at Glendale and I have listed hundreds of them here on Find A Grave. The famous include: early industrialists, politicians, musicians, entertainers, etc. I have also listed thousands of the "common" people from this area. Also, I have covered some other areas around Akron such as: Cuyahoga Falls, Tallmadge, Mogadore, Hudson, Ellet, Barberton and Northampton Township. I will be listing other cemeteries and areas soon.
TRANSFERS > In most cases, I do not do transfers for these reasons: People ask for a transfer to add more infomation. But when I check back in a year or so, nothing has been added. Also, I find that many people get onto Find A Grave and "play around" with it for a few months and then lose interest and go on to something else. Then when I find additional information to add to a memorial that I had transfered to them, I e-mail it and never get a response and it's never added. So basically, I'm done playing games with these people.
If you have a relative that you'd like tranfered, e-mail me. I may do it. But in the future if I find more info for the memorial, I expect you to work with me and add it. If you don't want to do that, then leave the memorial in my care so it will be updated as more info comes my way. If this sounds harsh, I'm sorry, but I've had a lot of these people since I've started.
Recently I have aquired Akron City Directories from 1859 to 1969. I have begun to add these to my listings. They are helpfull as they show us the history of Akron as well as each person's occupation and home address. They help to fill in the puzzles.
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|Carl Catherman||George & Catharine Wise|
Thank you very much for updating their memorials.
|Rick Foster||RE: Emma Washingtion and Irma Kilings|
That won't be a problem acknowledging you for your efforts. Keep up the good work.
|Rick Foster||Emma Washingtion and Irma Kilings|
Thanks for fulfilling my photo requests. I was there years ago and had taken photos before the digital age. I hope my directions were precise. There are more of my family members buried there and in Glendale. I will submit them as I find them. Nice quality photos and can I use them in my family history publications?
Margaret McRea Guthrie
Birth: Jan. 17, 1788
Death: Sep. 15, 1836
Headstone transcribed from photo:
Sept 15, 1836 (could be 35)
AGED 48 yrs 7 ms 29 ds
Stone is broken into 3 pieces & appears to be lying on ground
James Guthrie (1786 - 1851)
William Guthrie (1816 - 1902)*
Elizabeth Guthrie (1827 - 1829)*
Shannondale Union Cemetery
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Maintained by: Kenneth Himes
Originally Created by: Thelma Kifer
Record added: May 18, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 26917510
Added by Gloria on Oct 19, 2014 6:06 PM
Pennsylvania, Veterans Burial Cards, 1777-1999
Name: William Guthrie
Military Branch: Army
Veteran of Which War: Revolutionary War
Cemetery Name: Salem Church Cemetery
Derry Township;Westmoreland, Pennsylvania
Location of Grave: Center Lot
Headstone: Marker & Stone - good
Information given by Wm Cowan 5 Jul 1934
Source Citation: Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission; Harrisburg, Pennsylvania; Pennsylvania Veterans Burial Cards, 1929-1990; Archive Collection Number: Series 1-5; Folder Number: 176.
Also; William Guthrie was related to his wife Elizabeth Guthrie. They were 1st cousins 1 time removed. His parents were James & Jeanette (Wilson) Guthrie. Her parents were John & Jane (Reed) Guthrie.
Added by Gloria on Oct 19, 2014 5:31 PM
|Richard Blower||Dr, George & Lillian Schweitzer|
Dr, George & Lillian Schweitzer were among the victims of the Noronic disaster on the Great Lakes. They were lifelong friends of my parents. I just bought a bundle of postcards and in the bundle was one of the SS Noronic so I decided to do a little research and found my way to their memorials. Thank you so much for posting them.
Richard E. Blower
|J B Williams & T Slaydon Williams||lincoln|
That is fine, I understand. Thank you for your work, and your kindness.
|Janis Hendrick||Photo Request Mt. Peace Cem|
Just wanted to thank you for doing my photo request of stone of Homer Henry Davis in Mt. Peace Cemetery. I appreciate it - Janis
|Carolyn ||Mary Gustafson|
Mr Ed, Thanks very much for the pictures of my mother's first cousin. They wrote one another often. My mother died age 93 in 2001. Always like to find as many of the people as I can esp. those I remember. Carolyn
Added by Carolyn on Sep 17, 2014 8:21 AM
|Phyllis Budd Springer||RE: Crown Hill Cemetery Twinsburg|
I appreciate the reply, Thank you so much
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