RE: Mary Nichols 44466289 Thanks for the reply Chuck! Some relatives are difficult to track down and at times the information from various sources conflict. This is one of those. As you suggested, I will contact the genealogical society to, hopefully, suss this out.
Mary Nichols 44466289 Hi. I am searching for ancestors from the Nichols side of the family. One of those is John Nichols, husband of the above Mary Rouwzee Nichols who is interred in Applegate Cemetery. Since your creds appear on Mary's, I wonder if there is physical evidence of her site or does her name appear only in a logbook? Also, re information found for Mary, does any other tidbit of familial info show up?
Thanks for taking time to read/consider this matter.
Lydia Blosser Young I have another request of you as well. Lydia is the wife of William and my wife's Great Great Grandmother. IF you would please transfer her to me #47088531 , so I can add more bio. and connections. Again thanks for transferring William her husband and for all the work you do on Find A Grave. Appreciate it !!
William Young # 45222630 Greeting, I left a request for you to link her parents. I also added a photo of William. If you would consider transferring him I would appreciate it. Bob Hill #47088531 Thanks for you work on Find A Grave.
Find A Grave Memorial# 44623486 Hello, this is the grave of my grand uncle Benson Glenwood King. I would like to take over management of this memorial if you don't mind as I have received his record from the State of Ohio and would like to give him the much deserved respect for the hard, short life he lived. Benson is the son of Lyman Emmer King and Esma Rachel Nodine, brother to Blendina Virginia King my grandmother. He was the 2nd of 3 children born probably in 1911. The State of Ohio didn't even have his birthdate correct and seems to have confused him with his older brother Emmer who was in the Boys Home in Lucas County as well as being transferred to Fairfield. The state reported that he was 19 when he died, but he was really only 16 or 17. If you would prefer to keep management and have me send you the biographical information, that is fine too, just let me know. My point here is really to show some respect for a lost family member who was a victim of circumstance.