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|Virginia||Photo request Arlington Memorial Gardens Cincinnati Ohio|
If you would call the Arlington Memorial Gardens office #513-521-7003 and get the section and plot number, I will be glad to get the picture for you. You can ask for Pete Tunnat and he is willing to look it up.
It is such a large cemetery that without that it is almost impossible to find.
Added by Virginia on Jul 28, 2014 5:39 AM
|Chuck McKinley||Cole Crutsinger|
He is next to Nora if you want the picture post the memorial and I will post the picture.
|Tony||John Winters Walker|
I suspect that the burial in Ochiltree Cemetery is correct, and that the marker in South Fairview Cemetery is a cenotaph. John's parents are buried in Ochiltree, and his wife, Mary Frances Templeton is buried in South Fairview.
You sent me an email regarding a duplicate memorial. #57134030 & #60497893
The problem is...they are in 2 different cemeteries. Are you related or know anything about this person. I'm guessing he was buried in one and the military stone in the other. Or a spouse in another. Not sure what to do.
Added by Tony on Jul 05, 2014 7:31 PM
|Jane from MI||RE: Catherine Coblentz Hesson|
What is your line from Wendel? This is my thought but cannot prove it. I think Wendel's son Baltzer is the one who married Catherine Coblentz. Wendel's son Jacob married Catherine Coblentz's sister Anna Maria Hesson. I am in contact with a descendant of Jacob and Anna Maria.
Philip Coblentz who died in 1814 is my Philip. I descend from his son John born 1764. I am in contact with several of his descendants and two descendants of Philip's son Jacob born 1773. Please email me directly if you would like to share more information. firstname.lastname@example.org Jane
|Jane from MI||Catherine Coblentz Hesson|
Are you a Hesson or a Coblentz descendant? What is the date on the will for Philip Coblentz? I have a copy of my Philip Coblentz. I think he died about 1814. He was born about 1733, I think. I didn't check the dates. I still think the woman who married Baltzer Hesson I, the immigrant, was not the daughter of Philip Coblentz unless he was a different Philip Coblentz. Baltzer and his wife were married in Germancy. I have not been able to find any proof that she was a Coblentz. I see it on a lot of tree. Jane
|Jane from MI||Susanna Margaret Catherine Hesson|
Thank you for making the memorial for Susanna Margaret Catherine Hesson 38927182. In her biography you have her father as Philip Coblentz. Do you have a source for that statement? I descend from a Philip Coblentz who had a daughter Catherine who married a Baltzer Hesson. However, she would not have married this Baltzer (38927222). She would have married a younger Baltzer. Many have her as the daughter of Baltzer Jr. but I don't think she married him either. Catherine's father, Philip, was about the same age as Baltzer Jr. Jane from MI email@example.com
|M Arvidson||Mt Carmel-Infant Siciliano|
Hi-While waiting for the snow to melt I got the early Mt Carmel interment registers sent to my local Family History Center. Here's the register listing for Infant Siciliano:
Date of burial: 19 Jul 1935
Name: Baby Siciliano
Grave location: Section 18/Block 13/Lot 160
Age at death: Still birth
Date of death: 19 Jul 1935
Last residence: 5168 Wabansia Av
Cause of death: Still birth
Presiding clergy: JA Cunningham (St Peter Canistia(?))
|Jean Cloke||Name is listed incorrectly|
I was hoping you could correct an error on a distant family member. She is listed as Bethany Virgie Elvira Greenhaw on the Mt. Judea Cemetery site. Bethany is her married surname & Greenhaw is her maiden name. It should be listed as Virgie Elvira Greenhaw Bethany.
Her husband was Francis Marion (FM on his stone, or nickname, Bud) Bethany who is buried in the Little Cemetery, Little, Seminole Co., OK.
Her parents were George W. & Amanda Yates Greenhaw who are also buried in Mt. Judea.
Thank you for your assistance in this matter.
|Melanie Atkins||Kyle Daughters|
In Ellington Cemetery, Bertha Marion, Bonnie L. and R. C. Kyle should all read, "Daughters of George Lee Kyle and Catherine Kyle." R. C. Kyle and her father George Lee Kyle died in 1891. Catherine then married William Jonathan Rankin in 1892. The 1900 census of Logan Co., AR, shows Bertha and Bonnie Kyle living with their mother Catherine and their stepfather William Jonathan Rankin.
|Sharon Bailey||Jeff Simmons|
I connected him with his wife, Thank you
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