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Angie H (#47105928)
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Bio Photo In April 2009, I became a member of First Families of Ohio (Daniel Boroff and Jeanette Fitzgerald, Ross Co., OH and John McLaughlin, Asa McLaughlin and Henry Miller of Highland Co., OH) through the Ohio Genealogical Society. What an honor and am continuing to work on additonal members to add. In April 2010, my children and I became members of the Civil War Families of Ohio (Mark Newland, John Mason and Henry J. Boroff of Greene Co., Ohio) via the OGS.
I am also a founding and lifetime member of Randolph Twp. Historical Society, a volunteer for www.daytonhistorybooksonline.com, and a volunteer for Woodland Cemetery in Dayton, OH.
I will do my best to help in anyway possible.

Take Care and Know Your History!
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Keith Fine
RE: Geo Boroff
You're welcome! I'm going to send you another photo & a note to your email address.
Added by Keith Fine on Nov 16, 2013 4:10 PM
MJ
RE: Fifer at Happy Corner
Thanks for your work on this project, Angie. My main concern was getting the Fifer name correct so other researches can find the graves. (It does look like "Eifer" on older stones.) My Lambert ancestors were close to the Fifer cousins.
Added by MJ on Nov 10, 2013 7:33 AM
Preserving the Past
RE: Hatfield at Riverside
Thanks bunches for the updates!
Added by Preserving the Past on Nov 09, 2013 9:41 AM
MJ
Fifer (not Eifer)
There are three Fifer family members buried at Happy Corner in Englewood. They are Eli Fifer (1844-1870) [indexed as Eifer and Fifer], Elizabeth Fifer (ca1841-1880) [indexed as Eifer and Fifer], and Everett Eifer (1889-1890) [indexed as Eifer]. Here's the family in brief:

The grandparents were Eli Fifer (born 1844, died 3 Sept 1870) and wife Elizabeth (maiden name unknown) (born ca 1841, died 1880). They were buried at Happy Corner.

The son was Jesse C Fifer (born 07 Mar 1867, died 07 Jan 1901). His wife was Barbara Ella "Ella" Kinsey (born 3 Nov 1863, died 2 Jan 1957), who was named after her mother, Barbara Nead Kinsey (1832-1903) but apparently went by "Ella" from at least as far back as her teens. Jesse and Ella Fifer were buried at Lower Stillwater Cemetery in Taylorsburg, OH. (A number of Kinsey and Nead family members were buried at Happy Corner.)

The sons of Jesse C Fifer and Ella Kinsey Fifer (and grandsons of Eli and Elizabeth Fifer) were Everett Fifer. Everett Fifer, "son of J.C. & E.K. Fifer" (on his stone), was born about 5 July 1889 and died on 27 Feb 1890; he was buried at Happy Corner. The second son, Emil Nead Fifer (born 17 Nov 1897, died 26 June 1986) was buried at Trotwood's Ehrstine Cemetery with his wife, Nina Friend (born 5 Oct 1901, died 15 Apr 1966).
Added by MJ on Nov 03, 2013 5:43 PM
Law-Miller Roots
RE: Esther Conaway Huffman
Thank you very much for making the updates! Greatly appreciated. Esther married into our Huffman line, though, so a transfer is not necessary (not directly related). Thanks again,
~ Marilyn
Added by Law-Miller Roots on Oct 13, 2013 6:56 PM
Pam
Carrie albaugh
I made the corrections, thank you for letting me know
Added by Pam on Sep 03, 2013 11:32 AM
Pam
Carrie Albaugh
I called the office and am waiting for them to call me back
Added by Pam on Sep 03, 2013 8:52 AM
A AAA American at Find A Grave
TNX
Dear Mrs. Angie H. __,

Thank you for all you do, are doing and shall do. It looks well done Maam.

Add me as a friend on Find A Grave too now.
Added by A AAA American at Find A ... on Aug 14, 2013 2:28 AM
Becky
RE: Clarence and Ada at Germantown
You are welcome, Angie. You can use those photos however you like. I do it for the families and feel they have a right to them.

Take care
Added by Becky on Aug 03, 2013 10:45 AM
Rhonda Nelson
re: George Adam Derringer
Angie, Thank you. I also know Adam lived in Trotwood, so that is another reason I think he could be buried here.
Added by Rhonda Nelson on Jul 09, 2013 7:25 AM
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