|Glen Marquis (#47184274)|
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I am researching the Marquis, Horn and James surnames of Zanesfield in Logan county, Ohio.|
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|Flutterby||RE: East meets West (re: Leary)|
You are welcome! I realize in the grand scheme, it was a very small thing.
|Flutterby||East meets West (re: Leary)|
First, thank you for your efforts to get everything photographed and squared away. I am prepared to delete my memorial as that is the most practical option, but I do want to make the point that the first memorial in the correct cemetery is the one that is supposed to be considered the "original."
Unfortunately the Find A Grave program does not date-correct a memorial when it is moved (which is why "burial unknowns" can cause problems), but when we know which memorial was there first, we should honor that and not refer to it as the "duplicate."
These things can be tricky no matter what, but we should not dismiss memorials and contributors who went to the effort to do research and actually got it right.
|Jeanne Frantz-Szymanski||RE: David E Leary #172692838|
Thank you for your interest in helping to solve
this mixup. Is there actually an East Belmore Cemetery?? Or, a West Belmore Cemetery???
Most of my relatives are in the West Belmore Cemetery. This is getting very confusing.
|Jeanne Frantz-Szymanski||David E Leary #172692838|
HI Glen-- Would you check on this for me.
I have my great great grandfather David Edward Leary
Memorial #119770433 buried in the East Belmore
Cemetery as well as his wife Lucinda McCray-Leary -- Memorial #119769972.----Would you retake photos of the Headstone in East Belmore Cemetery for me; and, let me know what the inscription reads. The only part I can read is LEARY at the bottom.---
I'm surprised that there is a headstone in the West Belmore Cemetery too.---Another mystery to try to
solve--I appreciate all you do for Find-A-Grave and myself. Thanks so Much--- Jeanne
|Jeanne Frantz-Szymanski||David Clyde Rader & family|
Thanks again for taking photos of the Rader Families
Grave Markers, etc. My Great Grandmother's Maiden name was Rader and she lived in Hancock County while growing up.---Find-A-Grave is a wonderful
site and thanks to volunteers like you, is
becoming better everyday with up-to-date photos of grave markers, headstones as well as people photos
attached to the Memorials. Great Job!
|Jeanne Frantz-Szymanski||Franklin T Leary Photos, etc|
Thanks for taking photos of my Great Uncle Frank Leary and William Henry Leary's Headstones. I
appreciate it very much.---Jeanne
|Mary Joan||RE: Wilbur Smith - North Mount Zion Cemetery|
Just wanted you to know that while having a conversation with a grandson of the Smiths, I found out that John and Endora Smith are buried in unmarked graves in Mt Zion. The grandson has visited the cemetery and knows where they are buried. He said when he first visited the cemetery the original funeral home markers were still on the graves, but the last time he was there those markers were gone.
Thanks for all the time you have spent looking for their gravestones.
|James A Gamblin||Eugene Rigdon|
Thank you for the picture of Eugene's grave site.
Thanks for the Bernard Feltman pic from several months ago in St. John the Baptist cemetery. Is is taking me a while to go through pics but it is still greatly appreciated.
|Virginia Arnold||Burkhart and Carroll Family|
John W Burkhart Mary A Ziegman Cathrine Burkhart William Burkhart Robert and Sarfah Carroll Thank you for the headstone photos
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