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Denise (#46974929)
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Bio Photo I have been taking photos of tombstones for years. I am working on getting all the photos that I have on disc of Oak Hill Cemetery in Taylorville put on Find A Grave. I will be glad to transfer any memorial, just request.

Denise Winter (Landers)

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Phil Mullen
Recent Transfer 128008527
Thank you for making this transfer of my Aunt and the photo you added for Carl Kunard. I have many ancestors in the Oak Hill Cemetery in Taylorville. Thanks again for doing such a great job of covering this cemetery. Anyone with the name Hord, Kunard, Fathergale is an ancestor of mine. And there are others too. I will ask for their transfers one at a time so I can enhance information on a case by case basis as time permits.

Thanks again!

Phil Mullen #47735124
Added by Phil Mullen on Aug 30, 2014 1:25 PM
Brent Bruderer
RE: Bartz
Would you like me to delete the temporary marker from the memorial now that the permanent one is there? Brent
Added by Brent Bruderer on Aug 29, 2014 3:02 PM
Brent Bruderer
RE: Bartz
You are very welcome. Love to help. Brent
Added by Brent Bruderer on Aug 29, 2014 3:00 PM
Julia Watkins Atkinson grave memorial
As an addendum to the message I just left. I just had a thought. Could the "Watkins" have come from the fact that she was married to "W.Atkin-son". Perhaps the "on" was faded as the marker is so old?
Added by ann on Jul 09, 2014 8:07 PM
Julia Watkins Atkinson grave memorial
I have a question for you. I have been doing my family tree and have been looking for the wife of a great great uncle of mine. Her name is Julia Irwin born 1818 in Virginia. She married Robert Henry Sweeney. They had one daughter named Sarah Sweeney. Robert Henry died in 1844. Julia remarried a man named William Atkinson. Her daughter Sarah married John Atkinson (Williams son). William had two wives that I know of in his lifetime, Elizabeth Snodgrass and Julia Irwin Sweeney. I suspect that the Julia Atkinson that you listed in the Oak Hill Cemetery, as Julia Watkins Atkinson is really Julia Irwin Sweeney Atkinson. (Julia moved in with her daughter and son in law in Christian County Illinois - from Ohio County, WV-- when William Atkinson passed away.) Can I ask where you got the "Watkins" from? Thanks so much!
Added by ann on Jul 09, 2014 6:48 PM
Mary Doglio Perona, Oak Hill Cemetery
Denise, thank you so much for adding the photo of Joe and Mary Perona to their memorials! Mary is my grand aunt and I was happy to see that her photo is on her headstone.
Added by Searchers on Jul 08, 2014 5:15 PM
Thank you!
Hi Denise! Thank you so much for transferring my mother's page. I am just curious - how did you learn of her passing? Thank you again, Chi
Added by chi on Jun 28, 2014 10:03 PM
Jean-Luc Coubronne
RE: Flahart
Thank you very much.
You can also see the FLAHAUT family on our family tree :
You can choose English as a language, except for the notes. It is free.

I put the tombstones in the green squares "medias" on the sheet of each person when I find them.
As a hobby, I try to find back the thousands of coal-miners of my region who emigrated to the USA (mainly Pennsylvania, Illinois, Kansas and Colorado).
They are already about 2000 on our tree, but it is far to be finished !

Best regards,

Jean-Luc Coubronne, Pas-de-Calais, France
Added by Jean-Luc Coubronne on Jun 23, 2014 4:44 PM
Rosie Walker
RE: Hunter
Thank you, again, very much.

Added by Rosie Walker on Jun 23, 2014 3:41 PM
Jacoby Lowney
RE: Kiley
Denise, I would be so grateful! Thank you so much for taking the time. I wanted to give you a little bit of the back story on him. He was the Jockey who rode atop the most famous race horse to win the Kentcucky Derby. It was the Derby of 1889 where an unknown horse from Montana Territory arrived on the eastern turfs and won the first triple crown ever. He raced against Proctor Knott. To this date, his time for the track distance has never been beat as they changed the track length shortly afterwards. All racing money was on Proctor Knott who ultimately lost to Spokane. PLease see my webpage which tells the story.

Thanks again Denise! I truly appreciate it. Jacoby
Added by Jacoby Lowney on Jun 21, 2014 5:57 PM
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