Thank you Kearsen for the Nenke photos at Mount Barker Cemetery. It looks like a nicely maintained cemetery and you headstone photo gave me 2 more of their children's names as I only had Elva's. Much appreciated.
Added by KZ on Mar 26, 2015 9:46 PM
|Jerry Stremcha||Vaclav and Helena Silha Memorials|
Thank you for taking and uploading the lovely pictures for their memorials. Your time and effort is appreciated.
|Dan Stevenson||RE: Summers Senseney|
I got it from a cemetery transcription book that I found at the Mormon Family History library in Salt Lake City. Do you have more on Summers?
|Dianne||RE: John Willey|
It just occurred to me to suggest you look at the Muskingum County Recorder's website that has records going way back. It's kind of a tricky website to search, but I have been able to find some really old stuff on there.
You can access the recorder website from muskingumcounty.org and in the drop down menu under 'county offices' is a link to the recorder's office where you can select 'online searches.' It will take some time to figure out how to work the site for searches, but once you give it a chance you might be able to find what you're looking for. I wish you Great Luck!
Added by Dianne on May 26, 2013 10:48 PM
|Allen||Memorial# 107502342 Almira Wright Balcom|
Memorial# 107502342 Almira Wright Balcom
Thank you for adding the memorial for Almira Wright Balcom. She is my 4th great grandmother.
Added by Allen on May 26, 2013 9:03 PM
Your photo request for John Willey, Memorial# 5131197, is in an unknown cemetery. Do you know a specific location for this cemetery? Otherwise it is construed to be a so-called 'fake' cemetery in order to place burials by the name Willey. Have you contacted the original creator of the two memorials listed? I live in Muskingum County and have lists and maps of known cemeteries.
Added by Dianne on May 23, 2013 9:26 AM
I think I'll head over to Rosehill tomorrow, but this is my first time going there trying to find a grave and not feed the ducks (I haven't been there since I was a kid) so I'll do the best that I can.
|richard dixon||RE: Robert Denny|
Your very welcome glad to take the picture sorry it took so long to fill the request but this cemetery is in a woods and surrounded by a corn field so i had to wait tell they harvested the corn so i could get to the cemetery and mow it & take the picture if you get on the cemetery you will see i took all but one of the photos which was already on find a grave well i put the rest of the tombstones that was readable on find a grave
Oh, I'm so glad it was helpful. You're so faaaarrr away. Don't know if you may have other relatives there, but here's a link to a survey of Big Creek that might be helpful.
Th Hueytown Historical Society's site has surveys of many of the cemeteries in the Jefferson County area as well as neighboring Walker and Tuscaloosa Counties. If you see other markers that you'd like to know more about, just post them at findagrave.
Added by bailey on Jul 17, 2010 8:31 AM
|Gale Gipson Rotan||RE: Harry Reese photo|
You are so welcome. I'd have gotten it sooner but the weather has been bad.
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