Born in Franklin,Ind. Moved to Ohio around 1951. Lived in Butler,& Clinton County Ohio most of my life. Graduated from Miami University. Love to teach artillery,especially of the Mexican-Civil War era. I have been involved in Family genealogy for many years of Motsinger,Robertsons,Robinson,Robison,Sides,Crim,Lockenhour,Breeden,& Birth to name a few. I enjoy doing volunteer photographing, & creating memorials in my area. If you are related to any of my memorials I will gladly transfer them to you. I believe, as a family member you will know the correct links, & information to add. I encourage everyone to add photos of their ancestors to help preserve them for all to see.
RE: Chelsea, Ok. cemetery Thank you so much for taking the time to answer my questions, I do appreciate it. I will continue to check them out, I would think there is a tie-in w/the Berry family? Chelsea is a very small town, even back in I. T. days, so it would seem they were all kin someway? Have a nice day.
Chelsea, Ok. cemetery I was looking at the Berry family buried in this cemetery and saw you posted a picture of a member of the Berry family. Are you a member of the Berry family? My great Aunt was married to Joseph Berry and they lived in Chelsea during 1904, I. T.. She died in 1904 and I'm looking to locate her final resting place. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you, have a pleasant evening.
Solomon Adams memorial# 140904908 Thanks for taking the pic of Solomon Adams # 140904908. I wondered if you took close up, individual pics of the Adams stones in his lot. Looks to be 4 stones: ?Adams; ??; Solomon; Josephine Adams (daughter d.1903). This Adams family are distant cousins to me. Thanks again for posting. Shawn
Ames Headstones Will, thank you so much for fulfilling my request for my ancestor's headstones: Wilbur & Cleo Ames! It means a lot to me to add the valuable history that is sometimes provided for by actual headstone photos to my ancestry records, therefore, your contribution is appreciated! I will always give credit to you for these photographs! Thanks again, Sue