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Suzy & Rob (#46950534)
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Bio Photo The human stories and history that can be found in cemeteries have facinated my husband and I for years. We are happy to share this facination with the Find A Grave community. Please contact us if you have any additional information to add to our memorials. Also, please feel free to use our pictures to enhance your family histories. A credit would be nice but not a requirement.
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D. J. Yost
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Kathryn Morse
Sallie Morse Johnson
Memorial number 114384443

How were her father and brothers identified?? I've never heard of Aunt Sallie.
Added by Kathryn Morse on Aug 21, 2014 5:23 PM
The Locator
RE: Eigler
On the family tree that I found Charles O Eigler it shows that he died sometime after 1951 so that is why it shows the age of 85. He would have been 90 yeas of age.................
Added by The Locator on Aug 20, 2014 2:10 PM
The Locator
RE: Eigler
Thank you for the website. I believe someone made a typo (or written) error. I finally found a family tree for Charles O Eigler and Daisy. It shows that he was born April 15, 1863 in Austria and died on Aug 14, 1853 in Denver, Colorado at the age of 85.

I have a volunteer researcher looking for a copy of his obit. When I hear from them I will let you know what is correct. Thank you for your help.........

PS:I also sent a correction thru the edit tab...
Added by The Locator on Aug 20, 2014 2:06 PM
Ward Payne
Hi: Thanks for contacting me. Ward Payne was my cousin. Growing up he, his divorced sister and her two children lived with my grandfather about 20 minutes from our home. We visited often back and forth. In the early 1960's my grandfather moved that entire household to Nevada. I would spend the summers with them. I have asked the owner of that memorial page to consider transferring it to me. Best wishes, Jim
Added by Anonymous on Aug 19, 2014 9:14 PM
David Kennedy
RE: Driver

In this area the DRIVER family have lived for over 150 years, My son go's to the Driver middle school here by our home, Big family in these parts.

Don't you hate when folks have tombstones in different places, I had one lady married 4 times and had a tombstone on each of her husbands graves.
What a bummer to deal with, for us!

Added by David Kennedy on Aug 19, 2014 12:43 PM
Thanks from the bottom of our hearts
THANK YOU, again, SUZY and ROB, for your tender hearts towards those of us who miss our beloved ancestors and want to try to capture a bit of their history to give to our children and grandchildren.
On behalf of those of us who have benefited from your hours of labor, here's a big HUG and THANK YOU for taking these photos and transferring the memorials to us! RainbowVY and many, many others!
Added by rainbowvy on Aug 19, 2014 12:02 PM
David Kennedy

Well it looks like she is buried in Indiana since her marker shows her and her husband so if you want to hyperlink or what ever it does not matter, I crate memorials from the tombstones i take pictures of.

Added by David Kennedy on Aug 19, 2014 6:58 AM
Bill Hughart
edna g hamilton
my name is Bill Hughart, I live in tulsa ok. I have purchased a eight day wind up clock, that was thought to have been in a vehicle of some sort on the back of it is engraved Edna G Hamilton, 8-12-1925. I'm not sure if this has any value to you but my curiosity is if it was in a vehicle in that time period, it would have been a valuable vehicle, back in 1925 quite valuable. my email address is 918-521-9774
Added by Bill Hughart on Aug 18, 2014 5:44 PM
D. J. Yost
I thought that was your source ! Very kind of you to contribute them. and spend your time.
I had seen that source as well..... but didn't have the patience to do the task you are undertaking.

I've been just going to Fairmount, and randomly taking pics. 500 were taken on Saturday morning. probably only 40 were "new" to Find A Grave.
It a big waste of time. But I haven't found the Fairmount staff very friendly or helpful to Find A Grave picture takers. So, I do what I do, as a karma thing for all the kindness shown to me over the years by all the genealogy people that have helped me. What goes around comes around.

Thanks for what you do !
Added by D. J. Yost on Aug 17, 2014 3:03 PM
D. J. Yost
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Thanks, I didn't know I could do it. It is done.

BTW, Where did you get all those Fairmount, burial records ? You've really performed a great service getting them all recorded. Pat yourself on the back.

And who is the little cutie pie, in the picture on your profile?
Added by D. J. Yost on Aug 17, 2014 2:16 PM
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