Hello all. I am researching my genealogy for the Tuggles from Whitley County Kentucky and the Reiffs from Butler County, Ohio. The branches include Lowry, Davidson, Prewitt, Lovitt, Faulkner, Blue, Holden, and Brayton, just to name a few. Feel free to contact me.
Also thanks to Caroline Huppi for the use of some of her photographs of Springhill Cemetery, and her work at Rootsweb. And thanks to my sister Amy and her granddaughters, and to Carol and Roger Lovitt , for additional photos from Tuggle Cemetery. And thanks to Jackie , Norma , long gone Great Aunt Pina ,and all those who have contributed family photographs..
And please remember ,these are memorials for our loved ones , and not a numbers game for strangers,so please refrain from putting flowers on these memorials just to make your quota for the day.
Clarence Boffing Hello, I see you have Clarence Elmer Boffing's memorial so wonder if you'd like a WWI photo of him to add on this page? My sister's husband Dwight Worley was a descendant of John and Martha Anna Brayton Boffing thru son John Frederick Boffing's dau Sabra who m. Ovid Worley. Sabra had many old photos and this is one. My email is email@example.com and I'd be glad to attach and send to you if you'd like. Pam Smith Dallas, OR
RE: Civil War headstone You are most welcome. I made a note on the photo that the only stones near him to the left side where the Mercers. There were no stones on the right or in the front or in the back. I read where you said he was supposedly buried next to his brother. There are many many Graves here with no stones, as well.