|Will Motsinger (#47262409)|
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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.
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C Patton, Dave Mills, Harvey Bell, Janice Peay, jbmgs, K Guy, labs2006, monumentdesigne..., Norma Weir Vuck..., Pamela Stutrud ..., Sherri♥, stanley blum
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|Charlene||Thanks for your help!|
Thank you for visiting Second Creek Cemetery for me to verify the inscription on the stone which had a lamb on top. I deleted the lamb stone off of Silas Shields' memorial and added it to the infant Sever's memorial. Thank you also for posting close-up photos on the memorials of Lucinda McGilton Shields, Jacob L. Sever, and the infant Server. You are the best!
Added by Charlene on Sep 15, 2014 10:19 PM
|Charlene||RE: Shields Memorials|
Thank you for adding photos to the memorials of Rachel, Mercy and Silas Shields. I had no idea that Mercy Shields was buried aside of her husband. I only had a photo of Robert D. Shields' grave marker with her name on the side of the monument. Also, I will remove the gravestone that I have for Silas S. Shields with the lamb on the top. Since I could not read the inscription, I guessed that it might be him. Do you have a photo of the lamb gravestone with an inscription that is legible?
Added by Charlene on Sep 13, 2014 11:27 AM
|Charlene||RE: Silas S. Shields|
Thank you for the photo of Silas S. Shields' gravestone. The photo I had posted for him was illegible, so I only guessed that it might be his gravestone. Thanks to your photo, there is proof that Silas S. Shields is buried there.
I added a new memorial for Rachel Kelly, the wife of Peter Kelly. You mentioned in your bio for Peter Kelly that the gravestone aside of his might be his wife's gravestone. I think we can assume that it is his wife. If you still have the photo of the illegible gravestone, could you post it on Rachel Kelly's memorial?
Also, please feel free to post any of your photos on the memorials that I have created. I think it is really nice when other people post photos or post flowers on my ancestors' memorials
Added by Charlene on Sep 12, 2014 2:34 PM
|Sharon Lemkuil||RE: Sarah Jane Patton.|
I am actually still working through it slowly, but so glad you have put in what you have! Thanks, Sharon
Thank you for taking your time to photograph the John Farrar's headstone and posting the information on the note under it. The Farrar Family is grateful for you posting one photo on his memorial page to leave room for family pictures that we are seeking
Thank you so much for the great photo and have a wonderful day.
Karen, Farrar family
Added by Karen on Sep 09, 2014 5:09 AM
|ZenCity||Oscar Waterhouse Photograph|
Thanks so much for the photo of this Civil War Soldier. It will help me to fill in the details of his life and death. It's a beautiful picture!
Added by ZenCity on Sep 07, 2014 6:05 PM
|Pennsylvania Lady||Charles Robert Smith|
Thank you for all you did in getting these photos for me.
|Pennsylvania Lady||Robert J Shovar|
Very nice work. Thank you for the great photo.
|Pennsylvania Lady||Corp Thomas Jay Roach|
Very nice work. Thank you for the wonderful photo.
|Cindy McCurdy||Darwin McCurdy|
Thank you for the photo it is very much appreciated.
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