|Carole Marie (McMahan) Selby (#46939474)|
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PLEASE USE THE MAKE A CORRECTION BOX ON THE MEMORIAL SO I WILL HAVE A LINK TO THE MEMORIALS WHEN ASKING FOR CHANGES/TRANSFERS...etc...|
As of today 8/28/2015 if the corrections/transfers..etc... are not done with the EDIT button then I will not make the corrections or changes. If the corrections/changes/transfers are in the memo part I WILL DELETE the request!
PLEASE FEEL FREE TO USE OR COPY THE PHOTOS I HAVE ON MY SITES FOR WHATEVER YOU NEED THEM FOR. THAT IS THE REASON FOR PUTTING THEM ON THE MEMORIALS SO THAT OTHERS CAN USE THEM TO MAKE COPIES FOR THEIR OWN PERSONAL FILES OR TO USE FOR WHAT THEY NEED THEM FOR.
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|Tischa Valentine/Lenhart||RE: My granpa's info. his wife is Joan|
I am new to this sight my #48898460 is there a way you can send them to me? Thank you
|Naomi Smith||RE: transfer|
I transferred them back to you a couple of day ago.
Thank you, Naomi
|Tischa Valentine/Lenhart||My granpa's info. his wife is Joan|
Harold E. Valentine, 82, of Byesville, who died Monday (Jan. 31, 2005) at Southeastern Med, Cambridge.Burial will be in North Salem Cemetery, North Salem. Military graveside services will be conducted by the Guernsey County Veterans Council.Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home. He was born Aug. 23, 1922, in Guernsey County, son of the late Burt and Edna (Watson) Valentine. Mr. Valentine retired from Central Ohio Coal Co., following 43 years of service.He was a retired minister with Nazarene and Free Methodist churches, and was a member of Caldwell Free Methodist Church.He was a U.S. Army veteran, having served in World War II.He enjoyed bowling and fishing.He was preceded in death by his first wife, Wanda (Shampel) Valentine; his second wife, Bernice I. (Hockenberry) Valentine; and a brother-in-law, Ralph Shampel.He leaves his wife, Joan (Kimble) Valentine, whom he married Feb. 14, 1997; three sons, Terry (Sherry) Valentine and Virgil (Gina) Valentine, both of Norwalk, and Bob (Patricia) Valentine of Senecaville; three daughters, Sandy (Dick) Garner of Sunbury, Kimberly (Tom) Carpenter and Sally Valentine and John Shingary, all of Byesville; a brother, Forrest Wayne (Shirley) Valentine of Byesville; two sisters, Lucille Shampel of Columbus and Lorraine (Tom) Loop of Florida; nine step-children; 16 grandchildren; several great and great-great-grandchildren; 37 step-grandchildren and several step-great-grandchildren.
Thank you so much for transferring Marge's memorial to me. Your kindness is much appreciated. I know Bob will be pleased also.
I would love to talk to you privately, if you would, please email me. Thanks again.
Lord's Blessings, Roxie
Added by Roxie on Jan 28, 2016 4:28 AM
|Rootie||John Bollen - Founders Cemetery|
I noticed that John Bollen (and is wife) are listed at two cemeteries in two different states. It's definitely the same person.
Bowman Cemetery, Illinois: #97654022
Founders Cemetery, Ohio: 33126831
Wondering how he is listed in Ohio? Are there cemetery records that indicate that he is there?
Added by Rootie on Jan 24, 2016 9:01 AM
|I will always remember !||Eugena Delattre grave|
Thank you so very much for trying to locate and take a photo of the grave plot of my great grandmother DeLattre from France. I told my Dad (her grandson who is 84 this year) that you knew exactly where she was buried - and he cried - we want to visit Ohio and put a marker on her grave if there is none - you are the best and I cannot thank you enough for your time and efforts on my French families behalf!
|Carol B||135492233 Charles Francis Lantz|
I am wondering if you still visit Old Washington Cemetery. I am hoping to get a photograph of my great grandfather's headstone. As my dad and uncles are in their 80's, it would mean so much to them. In fact, my father is named after his grandfather.
Thank you in advance for considering my request.
Added by Carol B on Apr 02, 2015 8:22 PM