|Jenny Willis (#46887830)|
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|I have been doing family history research since 2003, and have found a lot of helpful information on Find a Grave, so now am trying to contribute information I have to help others with their research.|
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|Barry Gates||Nathaniel Putnam|
Just caught your public msg to Jack P. when posting my own. Nathaniel Putnam Sr. is GRid 59546939, perhaps. (Benjamin4 Jr. was my ancestor, Benjamin3 Sr. being in common with this line.) Best of luck! Barry
|Jack Parker||RE: Nathaniel Putnam|
Section C of the cemetery has a lot of transplants. There used to be another Putnam cemetery (GR10) off of Sylvan St - I think I've seen one or two of these Putnams originally listed as buried there in MVR. Of the 171 Putnams in section C, this particular family all have the same interment date - 8/18/1845. We've been seeing that a lot with other Putnams, Tapleys, Trasks and other old names. I know that Nathan Putnam, in Porters/High Street, was moved there in 1920 from that cemetery.
I was back there yesterday and had a closer look at that stone. I am amazed that I got such a clear picture of it. I can mail you a higher resolution copy than is possible to put on Find A Grave if you like.
Thank you so much, Jenny. I'm grateful to you and thank you for contributing. Alice
Added by Woodlief on Mar 11, 2014 8:41 PM
|Woodlief||William R Hamilton #61384597|
William R Hamilton #61384597 was my great-grandfather's brother. If you cannot transfer him to me, can you please link him to his father: James Campbell Hamilton #31082649 and his mother: Elizabeth "Eliza" McGhee Hamilton #31082839
William was actually b. Sept 1839 (per his d.c.) on his father's farm in rural Vinton, Gallia, OH; d. 1 Apr 1927 Columbus, Franklin, OH. William was his parents 3rd born child of 6 children.
If you cannot transfer his wife Dicey Hamilton #61384679 to me can you please update her info: Euridice "Dicey" Elizabeth TRUITT Hamilton b. 6 Feb 1846 in Adams County, OH; d. 1922 Columbus, Franklin, OH. William and Dicey were the parents of 2 children, but both died in infancy/childhood.
Added by Woodlief on Mar 01, 2014 12:07 AM
|Rich H.||RE: Zabriskie Cemetery|
Jenny, I actually didn't take those but added them with permission from Peggy Norris, the reference librarian at the Ridgewood Library. She received permission from the people who took those pictures for me to add them. You could email her at email@example.com and ask her to ask the people who took them.
If you find any of my pictures in any other cemetery, please feel free to use any of them.
Added by Rich H. on Dec 08, 2013 7:25 AM
|Tammy Ezakovich||bridget mulheran picture|
My daughter actually took that picture. We live in Charlotte and I had been looking for YEARS for where my husband's grandfather was buried and I finally found it in the Cleveland Necrology index so paid my daughter to go take pictures. She lives in Wooster, which is 2 hours away from Salineville so this was a joint adventure. While she was there, I did have her take any photo requests too. Hope it helped your research.
|Lisa Heyduck Watson||using photos|
yes please use them in anyway youd like. Glad to help in anyway possilbe. Sorry it took me so long to reply, lifes been really busy for me lately and I havent been online much
|Michael K. Smith||Margaret Bagby|
Hi, Jenny--- I wanted to call your attention to an error (an understandable one, if you're not used to sorting out all the Latimers in Red River) which might mislead some people. Memorial# 7612241 is Margaret Latimer Bagby, but "Latimer" is simply her middle name, not a maiden name. She was the daughter of William Henry Bagby & Clara Lane and was named for her father's mother, Margaret Latimer. And actually, she was never married.
Michael K. Smith
Sure, Jenny. Feel free to use the photos. Glad they were of use to you!
Added by jenny on Aug 13, 2012 7:47 AM
Just wanted to let you know that I just added a photo for your Gertrude Oblenis memorial and will be adding some others of Oblenis stones from the Clarkstown Reformed Church cemetery. Not sure if these are any relation to you, but if so, I figured you'd like to know there are some pics going up. :)
Added by jenny on Aug 12, 2012 4:50 PM
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