|Dan T.||Noah Poling -- #34510121|
Hi Bev, do you know if Noah Poling #(34510121) listed here is the son of Samuel (#34544190) and Elizabeth Stemen Poling?
Added by Dan T. on Feb 02, 2015 2:47 PM
|Keith King||David King|
I am wondering if you have any more information on this David King
|Debbie||Ella I. Kanode # 77725709|
Is there any chance your Ella is Ella I. Cannode of Hardin Co OH?
Thank you for your time-
Added by Debbie on Jan 21, 2015 1:22 PM
|Sharon Leon||RE: Lester C. Schaal|
I added a little information from his death certificate to his memorial. His middle name was "Clifford." He was born in Hocking Co. and passed away in Lake Twp., Wood Co., OH, still single. The surname for the informant on his death certificate wasn't entirely legible. The signature looked like it might have said "Frances Nyari."
|Sharon Leon||RE: Lester C. Schaal question|
That's what I thought you told me about Lester, that he was single and had no children. I should put that on his memorial. Did the NC officer contact you about a next of kin who might want to receive Lester's WWII dog tags that somehow ended up in NC? Sharon
|Sharon Leon||Lester C. Schaal question|
Hi Bev - Was Lester married with children? I just heard from someone who has his dog tags from WWII. He's trying to find a close relative who should have Lester's dog tags. Sharon
The grave engraving looks like 90 years 2 months and that would agree with age on tombstone 1736-1826. Not 40 years 2 months.
Added by Grams77 on Nov 28, 2014 10:47 AM
|Carole Williams||RE: Hillyard|
Bev, I ventured into the Hillyard & Turner families after reading the recent obit for a Junction City 'icon'. I really don't care to take over the Find A Grave record. Disregard my previous editing. Carole
|Cinda Thomas||Old OLive Branch Cemetery|
I am trying to locate the Old Olive Branch Cemetery outside of Bremen, Ohio. Two of my ancestors are buried there and pictures of their headstones are on the website Find a Grave. Do you know whose property this cemetery is on? I have talked to several people in Bremen and no one seems to know where it is?
Thank you for your help,
|Chuck Johnson||Tent Church Cemetery|
Thank you for the transfer, it is appreciated. Chuck
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