#143644735 Anna Recke Dropping you a quick line to Thank You for kindly creating this fine memorial for a very very very distant cousin of my husbands maternal line. Might you please share permission for me to place her beautiful photo into our Ancestry.com family tree? (I promise to give credit to you for sharing her) I will await your reply. Meanwhile, I express my appreciation for time volunteering on this site! Darlene
Robert Clarkeds, I am posting a photo to fulfill your request for Robert Clarke in the Moller-Link Lot, Richmond RI #82. I have uploaded a photo of just Robert's part of the stone, as it appears that his wife is still living. If you have her permission, I will post a photo of the entire stone, which I have also. Regr
Lasobyk Thank you so much for taking the time to locate and photograph the memorial for me at Our Lady of Hope, it is greatly appreciated. Would like to ask your permission to use the nice photo you took, with proper credit, for a WWII project I am working on, I hope you do not mind, if you could please let me know. Thanks again for your time and efforts in fulfilling my request, Cheers!!
RE: Ezekial & Keziah Arnold Look at these entries again in about a week as I have sent in SACs for both of them, including links to Keziah's parents. Ezekiel's parents are Hopkins Arnold (1762,NY - 1829,OH) and Catherine Arnold (1762,NY - 1841,OH). Hopkins is listed as living in Madison, Geauga County (now Lake), OH, in the 1820 census. This is my hometown, and this date would make him one of the very first settlers in Madison. I could not find a record of where he may be buried, but if you wish to pursue finding info on him, I would suggest the Madison Historical Society, (Lake County, OH).