I began researching my own heritage in 1975 (ALL of my great-grandparents came to the US from various parts of Germany). In 1984 I began researching my husband Dave's ancestry and I've been "climbing trees" ever since. Some of our family history is on my Web site Gustafson-Wichmann Ancestry.
We love to assist others and we have taken several thousand gravestone photos which we upload to my personal Web pages. If you have Central Ohio (Franklin, Delaware, Fairfield, Licking, Madison, Pickaway, and Union counties) family or ancestors their gravestones might appear on my pages: www.genealogybug.net/Franklin_Cemeteries/index.html.
Please take a minute to visit the memorial page for our nephew, Sgt. Grant Arthur Wichmann. He paid the ultimate price in the War on Terrorism.
If I manage a memorial and it's not a member of our extended family I will be happy to transfer it.
Thanks for attempting to get a photo of Jephtha's grave marker. Did you happen to see any other Brakes in this cemetery? I've been trying to find his first wife, Rosetta Ann Wallace. The wife posted is not the right one.
I will ask the manager of his memorial to add a note that this is an unmarked burial.
Thanks bunches for your help, Evan
p.s. the death certificate is not showing on his memorial and it says there are no photos when you click the photo tab. At least on my computer.....
Thank you for the transfers Thank you so much for transferring all my Widmayer family memorials to me so promptly. I was just getting ready to add them myself and saw you already did the work for me! Thanks again. S. Widmayer, #48031917
Re: Reaver family stones Hi Leona, thanks you for finding and taking a general wide angle for the 5 gravestones for each of the Reavers. I appreciate it very much. I have edits in to link them up...edits might take a month. I added edits for the grave locations also from your pic caption. donna
Madison Truro Cemetery Did you ever get the pictures I sent to you from Madison Truro Cemetery? Do you plan to update your website? I am getting married today, but after my honeymoon I can resend pictures if you need them. Take a look at all the stones I found there! I even found parts of William Patterson's stone.