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I believe I am caught up with my corrections. If you have sent me one since Feb and I have not made the correction. Please resend - it may have gotten lost. Thank you.|
I live in a Cleveland Ohio suburb.
Please send corrections and/or additions to memorial pages via the edit button - it makes it easier to find the correct memorial. If you do send me an email, please put Find A Grave or the name of the person you're asking about in the subject line.
I'm available to get grave photos in Cleveland Ohio (Cuyahoga County) and the surrounding areas.
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On our great grandfathers memorial you have he is father of Katherine, he wasn't. She had a different father, could you remove. thanks
Hope all is well, have a great Labor Day, it's picnic day right> :-)
|Linda ||Issac H. Taft Garfield Cemtery|
Issac died March 24, 1926. Please add to his memorial.
Added by Linda on Aug 26, 2014 7:22 PM
|MFC||Erie Street Cemetery|
Do you still do volunteer photography? I see in the past you have taken photos at Erie. I wanted to submit some requests, but did not since the list for that cemetery has over 100 names on it. My 3X GG parents were originally buried there, and am wanting to find out if stones still exist. Based on cemetery records, they reflect pertinent information I would like to document. Their remains were moved to Highland Park in 1915. Also, if stones are still at Erie, I want to request that their memorials located there be marked as cenotaphs.
Added by MFC on Aug 15, 2014 6:20 AM
|MissKitty||Major William Vance gravestone photo|
May I have your permission to download the photo of the gravestone of Maj. William Vance (Memorial# 16895956)?
I would like to upload it into my Ancestry family tree.
Thank you for your consideration.
|Kathy Mattaliano||Henry York Southworth Jr|
Finally ! The 4 boys together with their parents . I don't know what happened , but I thank you for looking into the error . I had researched these boys years earlier and wondered why nothing was ever found about them .It was as if they vanished . I guess in a sense they did . I did find a small newspaper article about what happened to the boys and their Mother. So I do have documentation about their death .
|Dorothy Knight||Emma and Caroline Hauck|
Find A Grave Memorial# 13202298 Caroline and Emma are sisters, apparently they never married. Their parents are Eugen (yes Eugen, pronounced Oh Ghen), and Marianne Hauck. I have been unable to find graves for Eugen and Marianne. They probably did not have much money back then. thanks you.
|Sheila Bond||caleb baldwin #8137986|
I can't locate the edit button so...
Caleb Baldwin was born 1 Dec 1785 in Danbury, Fairfield, Connecticut according to Connecticut births. His parents were Samuel Baldwin and Hannah Northrop both buried in the Aurora Cemetery. He was married to Phebe Gaylord. I have no proof of his marriage yet.
He came with his father to Aurora, Ohio about 1800. He was drafted in the ward of 1812, took camp fever, and d. in 1813. Sheila Bon
|Kathy Mattaliano||Marriage of Lucretia Coe|
On Henry Southworth's(Jr) memorial page #7600976 he is incorrectly married to his father's second wife Lucretia Coe #7664340 . Henry Southworth (Sr)#7600976 married first Esther Spencer in 1860, her memorial #6631794.Henry Southworth (Sr) then married Lucretia in 1876. Henry South (Sr) #7600979 and Esther Spencer #6631794 are the parents of George Wilson #7600972 ; Arthur #7600969; Silas Benjamin #7600974 ;Henry York #7600976 . I tried to fix the problem by editing but it never worked .Certainly an infant can't be married to someone long after his death. I think I might have input the wrong Henry as Lucretia Coe's spouse. I hope this can clear up the error . Thank you, Kathy Mattaliano
Dear Joyce on your find a grave site for St. John's Catholic cemetery in Cleveland, Ohio...Henry Beckman was born May 30, 1832 in Wallenhorst, Germany and you have his death date right in Cleveland, Ohio His wife was Louisa Erhard born December 25, 1835 in Bethlehem, Penn and she died in Cleveland June 8, 1899. Henry's father was Herman H. Beckman born 1802 in Wallenhorst, Germany and died Feb. 3, 1886 in Cleveland, Ohio. Henry owned a clothing factory in Cleveland that made uniforms for the Union army during the Civil War. I am the great grandson and just returned from Wallenhorst, Germany from the farm where he was born in 1832, it's still in the family. Ed Breen
Added by Ed on Jun 09, 2014 7:14 PM
|Martin Burrell||Lovinia [Strong] Burrell|
I have sent you a change request after I spent much time in putting it together. Please, if you see a mistake help me by fixing it. Find A Grave Memorial# 10044824
Thank you for your time and energy,
Martin S. Burrell, Portland, Oregon
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