I have taken pictures of all legible stones, creating memorials at New Holland Union, Hebron at Crownover Mills, Waterloo in Pancoastburg, Orient Feeble Minded and Concord, Grove City West and St. John's Lutheran Church in Grove City, Ohio. I have taken thousands of pictures at Green Lawn in Columbus, Ohio.
I will tranfer if not in my direct line [Ankrom, Helsel (Heltzel, Holtzel, H§ltzel), Arnold, Baney, Bateman, Severe, Hall, Kiser, Critzer, Kreitzer, Peddycoart (Petticord, Peddicord, etc.), Ladd, Mohr and Jones].
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If you want a monument's picture on another memorial, copy and paste. I delete pictures from my memory card as soon as I use them.
RE: George Hyer Thank you for tidying that up. I have been unable to unearth the name of Daniel Hyer's first wife. I have the names of all 12 of his children (George's siblings) but I haven't had time to see if they all happen to be on Find a Grave. Perhaps I can get them added to his memorial in time. Dave Hyer
RE: Christopher Allen Bryant Thank you for your support and kind words. Chris was a nice looking young man who became paraplegic after breaking his neck after diving off a cliff into a lake. He succombed to his injuries several years later, as God called him home. He is forever healed in a glorified heavenly body.
RE: George Hyer Yes, Elizabeth Orahood was the mother of all five. Interestingly, she shows up in some Ross County records as Elizabeth Olrood or Elizabeth Arrowhead. I blame that on the fancy cursive of the age or misunderstood pronunciation.
I will try to create a memorial for Ollie Grimes. I am new to Find a Grave, but I do have a copy of her obituary. I don't think I can add Ollie to George's memorial, however.
William Addison and Lillian Gillenwater Hyer had five children of their own, one of which was my grandfather. I'll send that information to the person that created William's memorial. Thank you.