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E&GRay (#47124929)
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Bio Photo I love Genealogy! I love it so much, I actually spend time doing family research for other people in my spare? time. I've been doing it for many years and this internet stuff really blows me away. My husband is somewhat engaged but he mostly lets me indulge in my hobby alone.

Every day I learn something new. Not just about my family, but also about our country, and what pioneering spirits our ancestors had to settle and tame this beautiful and once very wild place. I try to research the history of each place I come to so that I can get a feel of what my ancestors were faced with and their daily life. It has really made me appreciate them more and has renewed my pride in the wonderful country they built.

I discovered Find-A-Grave while trying to work with the Tombstone Project on USGenWeb, but it didn't seem to take off too well. Some states, like Iowa & Illinois for a couple, have actually published their burial lists on line. What a find!! While Find A Grave can be a great Genealogy resource, let's not forget the main purpose is to document the burial sites of our people, i.e. record the location and photograph the headstones when possible. So many cemeteries have already disappeared and every day we lose a little more.

Our family names are: Ammeling, Barron, Beabout/Bebout/Beebout, Becker, Beekman, Befort, Benner/Bender/Binder, Berens, Blatter, Blum, Bohannon, Bohm, Bohmer, Boughton, Brodbeck, Brungardt, Cheetham, Chriswell, Cilplinger, Clark, Cobb, Cook, Cox, De Snick, Dechant, Deibler, Dicks, Doerfler, Doland, Doll, Donven, Doppler, Dreiling/Dreilingk, Duck, Eschelbacher, Eschenbrenner, Fedley, Fink, Finley, Fischer, Fisher, Fissner, Forsyth/Forsythe, Frank, Gehrig, Goetz, Gowensbach, Griffin, Haffner/Heffner, Harlan/Harland, Hauer, Haus, Heil, Henneigh/Hennigh, Hill, Hoffman, Hoope, Jamison, Jans, Jesel, Jones, Jund, Kaiser, Kauffman, Kendall, Kirke, Klipphan, Knoden, Knox, Kohl, Konig, Kramer/Cramer, Krebs, Labattie, Lambert, Lang/Lange, Lash/Loesch/Losch, Latheimer, Laubenheimer, Lichtenstern, Lightburn, Linenberger, Ludlum, Maddock, Mahr, Mamer, Markle/Mercklen/Merkel/Merkle/Merklin, Marshall, Maser, Mattingly, Mays, McElroy/McAlroy, McGrew, Mellinger, Miller, Moer, Moll, Molter, Montgomery, Moore, Mortlett, Mueller/Muller, Nebergall, Newberry, Nichols, O'Hara, Otter, Peace/Pease/Piess, Pfister, Pooley, Poppleman, Ray/Reah, Reger, Reuzel, Rhem, Riedel, Ruder, Schad, Schmidt, Schumacher, Schump, Seiler/Snyder, Shupp, Smith, Snook, Soars, Sprenger, Stacher/Stecher, Switzer, Taylor, Thaner, Thompson, Thurman, Trabaugh/Trarbach, Tweedell, Van Kinderen/Verkinderen, Waddington, Wagner, Wanger/Wenger, Wartmann, Weaver, Wilson, Wolffskehl/ Wolfkiel/ Wolfkill/ Wolfskiehl…. and many more.

Find-A-Grave is a great site. I'm not a cemetery walker, however, if I can be of service research wise, please let me know.
You may contact me at:
evan "at" angelic "dot" com
The photo is of my 2nd great-aunt, Ethel Frances Ludlum, who died when she was only seventeen. I love her outfit. Have you ever seen such a large bow?!
Blessings to all the wonderful volunteers who walk the cemeteries to take photos.
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Patty & Anthony W.
RE: Bernice Weymouth
Hi - the town office has the burial records for this cemetery. They keep it all in a huge old book so it's hard to find anyone. They might be able to find it eventually. There are many Mooers in the cemetery. We can look again but we photographed all of the old section. Keep in mind, we had to start and stop a lot - so may have missed it somehow. We'll keep checking for awhile, as it's making me a little crazy not being able to find it :p
Added by Patty & Anthony W. on Sep 27, 2016 8:49 AM
Patty & Anthony W.
RE: Bernice Weymouth
Any idea where in the cemetery Bernice's grave would be - any notes about the location? We've looked all over for it but we may have missed it. I'm going to look again by her father's grave. Thank you. Patty
Added by Patty & Anthony W. on Sep 25, 2016 9:04 AM
Patty & Anthony W.
Bernice Weymouth
Hello - I wanted to let you know that we've been looking for Bernice Hoxie Weymouth's grave at Evergreen Cemetery, but so far haven't found it. We tried to photograph all of the old section (1-13) during the summer but may have missed it. I found her father and mother's graves (2 different locations). We're going to go back again and make sure we didn't miss anything. I researched her to try to find out who she was married to in case she was buried near her husband. Her mother, Abbie Pettingill is actually buried near Bernice Weymouth's father in law, Clifton Weymouth.

This is what I found out doing research - feel free to delete this message as I know it's long. From research : Bernice Hoxie married Harry Albert Weymouth (1887-1961, he died Atwater, CA). They had one child, Emery Franklin Weymouth, born 1915. Harry Weymouth's parents were Clifton W. & Addie Dewitt Weymouth. Clifton Weymouth is buried near Bernice Weymouth's mother Abbie Pettingill in Section 11. She's a row before his. You probably already know all of this - this is just what I found online. Anyway, do you know where Emery Weymouth is buried?
Added by Patty & Anthony W. on Sep 23, 2016 9:56 PM
Clarence Priest
Most welcome. Enjoy every step of genealogy.
Added by Clarence Priest on Jul 31, 2016 7:18 PM
Valerie McNutt
RE: Mary Ruth Miller Young Gompf
My great grandpa was Art Bebout from Cambridge ohio. My grandpa is William Bebout from Pleasant City.
Added by Valerie McNutt on Jul 26, 2016 9:54 AM
RE: Benjamin Ralph Taylor
You are very welcome.
Added by RickC on Jul 26, 2016 6:07 AM
RE: Frances Carroll
I think it says "She was the sunshine of our home," but I am not really sure.
Marilyn B
Added by MarilynB on Jul 25, 2016 7:55 PM
Valerie McNutt
I seen you were interested in the Bebout's. My maiden name is Bebout from the Guernsey County area.
Added by Valerie McNutt on Jul 25, 2016 3:07 PM
Valerie McNutt
RE: Mary Ruth Miller Young Gompf
I made a note to this memorial that it is Gompf and not Young. When I get this move done I will be out there again to get the other memorial requests that I am going to look for and see if I can find a Mary Gompf. Do you where she is located to make this a little easier?
Added by Valerie McNutt on Jul 25, 2016 3:03 PM
Wadley Memorials
Hi Evan,

I added a note and links to the memorials for both Emma and Hannah Wadley at Elmwood Cemetery.

I very much appreciate that you brought this mistake to my attention. It isn't history if it isn't accurate.

Thank you! Steve
Added by Steve on Jul 23, 2016 10:19 AM
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