|Janie Drake (#40317623)|
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I started doing genealogy in 1998 for the sole purpose to find out about my fathers side of the family. It became a hobby that I enjoy very much. To date I have done well over 500 family tree's|
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Hi Janie -
Recently I found a memorial you created that belongs in another cemetery. There hasn't been any public messages in your account since March 2011. Are you still active with Find A Grave?
Please let me know so I know how to proceed with the edit.
Thanks - Jim
Added by Jim on Nov 23, 2014 4:25 PM
I've added more info to Woltz's in Union Church Cemetery for your viewing.
|Cheryl Ann Enyart||Nancy Layne Drake|
According to the Gallia County Cemetery Records listed on galliagenealogy.org. There isn't a listing for Nancy Layne Drake in Gravel Hill.
There is a Nancy Drake.. born 1814, married to an Asa Drake, in McGhee cemetery. (d. 1877)
The cemeteries were read by the genealogical society in the late 70's. I don't know where your info comes from, so she maybe in an unmarked grave.
Willi Anderson has photograhed every stone in Gravel Hill, if there were a marker stone she would have posted one for you.
I posted a picture of Susan Stealy's marker for you today from the IOOF Cemetery in Clarksburg WV. Sadly the main family marker is torn asunder. I posted a picture of it so you can see its condition. Her personal marker is in fairly good repair. There are several markers that have been over turned and jumbled about around the Stealy family marker and sadly you cannot make heads or tails of who belongs to who because very few of them had last names on the personal markers.
I also found another marker near susans for:
Harriett Stealy Powell 1911-1966.
If you would like me to post her marker picture please make a memorial page and request a photo. If you are interested.
Hope this helps you.
|Chaseray Smith&Sherri Codner||RE: Marjorie Davis|
Thank you so much
Thank you for all the flowers left on the Armentrout family memorials. <*)))><
Added by LuvMtns on Sep 23, 2009 9:49 AM
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