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Alice P. (#47016050)
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I have been researching my husband's family for over 25 years and love every minute of it. I never thought I would get so much enjoyment out of researching old records. My sister has been working on our family history for 40 plus years and I could never understand what the thrill was until I went with her one year to Frankfort to the Ky Historical Society and found my husband's family name in the family file drawer. And as they say, the rest is history. To me, genealogy is like a giant treasure or scavenger hunt. Each new piece of material is a treasure that's more precious than gold or silver.
OH, THE THRILL OF IT ALL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
If I add a name of a person that is a member of your family and you would like to add information or a bio for them, please contact me and I will gladly transfer ownership of that person to you. Also, my pictures are for your benefit so feel free to copy any that you want or need. I just enjoy taking them.
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Warnetta Harding
RE: Alice Ross Flanders Miller
Do you remember who requested a picture? Please give them my e-mail address if you do. It is They are definitely related to me, Alice was my grandmothers sister.

Thanks again,
Warnetta Harding
Added by Warnetta Harding on May 20, 2015 12:13 PM
Warnetta Harding
RE: Alice Ross Flanders Miller
Thank you so much. I was born and raised in Dayton. I have lived in Calif since 1965. I am hoping that I will be able some day to have tombstones placed for my relatives that have none.

Take Care,
Warnetta Harding
Added by Warnetta Harding on May 20, 2015 8:45 AM
Warnetta Harding
RE: Alice Ross Flanders Miller
The picture on Find A Grave is of Dayton memorial Park. The Memorial number is 86598592. The headstone looks new. It says the picture of the entrance to the cemetery was added by GraveHunter, and the information was added by Lori H.
Added by Warnetta Harding on May 19, 2015 10:02 AM
Warnetta Harding
RE: Alice Ross Flanders Miller
Thank you for getting back to me. In the picture of Alice Miller's grave there is a marker. Is this an actual gravestone? It looks almost new. She has been gone for a long time, apparently someone in Dayton recently put flowers on her grave.

Thanks again,
Warnetta Harding
Added by Warnetta Harding on May 18, 2015 10:08 AM
Warnetta Harding
Alice Ross Flanders Miller
I see that you posted a picture of Alice Ross Flanders Miller's grave in Dayton Ohio. Alice was my grandmother Julia Effie Ross Warn's sister. Are you related to the Ross or Warn family?
Added by Warnetta Harding on May 16, 2015 8:14 PM
RE: Bel Air Memorial Gardens
You're welcome.
Added by SWHendricks on May 10, 2015 5:35 AM
Victoria Taylor-True
Sara M/ Sarah Matilda
Hi Alice..
thanks so much for that catch and all the great info to help sort it out and get them info correct.. Really appreciate it and you are definitely right, there were two Sara's .

I have fixed , removed , linked and added info. Will look for more to fill in the flow on each ..
thanks again .
Vickie ;->
Added by Victoria Taylor-True on Feb 09, 2015 12:35 AM
Lisa Marie
Glenn K Shoup
Glenn is my Great Grandfather and was wondering if you could transfer him to me. Please and thank you
Added by Lisa Marie on Aug 06, 2014 12:51 PM
Diane Addington
Blue Ball Cemetery
I knew what you were just fantasizing about ice cream from Blue Bell and typed an "e" instead of an "A."
Added by Diane Addington on Jul 31, 2014 2:14 PM
Mary Manson
Wm. H. Miller and Anne Eggen Miller at Blue Ball
I have also been searching for these graves at blue BALL Church Cemetery. You had mentioned that it shows Blue BELL on the death certificate. Is there a way to get an copy of that to take downtown for further research? I have checked at the Brown Pusey house in their files and no where does it list this grave at Blue BALL cemetery. It is driving me nuts that I cannot find it. I would really like to figure it out. Thank you. Mary
Added by Mary Manson on Jul 27, 2014 10:07 PM
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