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Suddenly all my Ancestor's are behind me. "Be Still" they say. "Watch And Listen. You are the result of the Love of Thousands."|
Genealogy is my passion. I've researched my family almost 38 years in September 2015. It's been fascinating meeting so many friends during my research in court houses, libraries, cemeteries. I've found we are all searching for the same thing, our roots.
I've worked on Mound Cemetery in Pike Co. for many years. I've taken the time to walk this cemetery, documenting each grave with pictures. I've yet to get some in pictures but it's my wish to see it all done. I'm working on biographies for my memorials. My hope is that Mound Cemetery will someday open like a book, as suggested by Find A Grave for each cemetery. I hope after I'm gone, someone else will take the time to do as I've done with this cemetery. It holds special ties with me in that this is where my loved ones are at rest and where I will be laid to rest. We need to preserve history.
Feel free to use my gravestone photo's. I take them for those whose health prevents them from getting to the cemetery, for those who can't make it because of distance but mostly to preserve history. I won't take pictures if snow is on the ground surrounding the stones. I realize a nice picture on a beautiful clear day is much more favored in the Genealogy world.
The new Edit link is great! Thanks to everyone who are so speedy with my edit requests.
I'll transfer unless the request is for friends or family. If I've made a duplicate, it wasn't intentional. I'll gladly remove. I'm not perfect but then neither are you. A polite heads up is all that's necessary for me to correct an error.
Please don't post obituaries/bio's to flower/note section or correct me there. Send an Edit & I will make the changes. Find A Grave rule,**Additionally, biographical information and obituaries are not to be included in a virtual flower. Limit flowers to no more than one flower per memorial per day."
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|Moonlight||Earl and Guy Clark & Bertha Dixon|
Thank you for your meticulous research! I was thinking that you may be related to me! You have shared your hard work and I appreciate it!
|Genny||Raymond and Alma Ross memorials|
I have a picture of the headstone if you would like it to add to this memorial. It will not allow me to add the picture.
Added by Genny on Aug 29, 2015 12:19 PM
|Bushong Weiss||Additional Information..Bio's|
Thank you so much for posting them all.
I appreciate your getting back to me so quickly, "Timeless"! I was hoping I had found a family link. Your work is very meticulous -- well done!
Added by Mary on Aug 23, 2015 10:51 PM
|Mary||John and Dicey Grove|
I'm wondering if you are a descendant of John and Dicey Grove. I just happened to find Hezekiah Grove and read all the information you posted. His sister was Mahala Jane Grove, and she married Hezekiah Russell. Their daughter, Mahala Jane, is my great grandmother. She preferred being called Jane or "Jenny" and was married to Eli Hezekiah Franklin.
I've been told by one of my father's cousins that she was "Shawnee". I haven't found evidence of that, and wondered if you knew anything about Shawnee roots from the Grove or Russell side.
Added by Mary on Aug 23, 2015 8:38 PM
|Joyce Niswander||RE: Beoddy|
Thank you, Timeless for getting back to me. I appreciate your help. David and Rose might be brother and sister. I do not know that for sure. But I do know that David Boeddy married a lady by the name of Edna (Tratt) Rector on April 18, 1921. It would have been the second marriage for both of them. That marriage is recorded in Franklin County, Ohio.
|Constable_Cascaden||RE: Charma Reno|
you bet! When requesting updates, I typically send links to the records I found to support my request.
So many folks in the 1800s had the same names around the same dates--its easy to make a mistake if you don't look for multiple records to confirm your belief.
Thank you for managing the Memorials for the departed!
|MIKE AYRES||RE: Forest Blanton|
I knew Forest Through work. He was a good man with a GREAT sense of humor.
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