Since 1996 I have been researching the Hatcher families in the USA. With the start of our Hatcher email list, our group of Hatcher researchers grew and now numbers over 300 members, each contributing the information that created our now large files.
By emphasizing sourcing and documentation, we have also accumulated a wealth of records and documents that supports the information we have presented on these families.
While I maintain a very large and active Hatcher site, I am not personally related to any of them beyond my husband's direct line. For that reason, please do not transfer memorials to me without asking first. Thank you!
Cemetery? Hello, are you sure that Virginia Anne "Ginny" Tindale Hatcher is buried at Union Cemetery in Richland County, Ohio? Her obit states that she is buried at Union Cemetery at Sulpher Springs, that cemetery is in Crawford County, Ohio. Just thought that you would want to know..
Birth: Aug. 11, 1940 Death: Feb. 26, 2013 Hill City Pennington County South Dakota, USA
Wife of Bruce Hatcher and a major force in research and genealogy of the "Hatcher" family in America.
"She has been cremated, and will be put with my ashes [her husband], in Black Hills soil. In plain degradeable cardboard boxes. "Ashes to ashes, Dust to dust". This will be taken care of by my closest friend and neighbor, in a beautiful spot, across the large meadow, facing this trailer."
Burial: Cremated, Ashes given to family or friend.
Created by: HistoryBuff Record added: Mar 02, 2013 Find A Grave Memorial# 106035058
I am downloading a grave marker photo for Julia Hayes later tonight for you. I did not find a grave marker for a husband, I walked the entire church cemetery and there were no other Hayes in that cemetery. Julia was the only person that was a Hayes. She is buried in the Hatcher Family Plot within the church cemetery. If I can be of any help finding the husband for you in this area let me know and I will try.
RE: Hatcher It was just sitting there by itself. If you think I need to move the picture to the other person, I will. The J C Hatcher stone would have been next to Alethea and Nola but I don't recall another name. It could be that vandals have moved the stone also. That happens a lot. Let me know.