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|Christina ||May Albin in Ferncliff|
Sec L Lot 1
William Perkins d1947
Andrew Barnes d1943
Ernest Albin d1942
May Albin d1962
Georgia Black 1938
Smily Black d1908
Infant Black d1909
Robert Albin d1910
|Linda ||RE: Harris & Tamar Snedaker|
I noticed the rest of the family are buried at Oak Hill. When I go there the next time I will have the office recheck as it seems if the rest are there then these people should be there also.
Added by Linda on Jan 20, 2015 12:55 PM
Thank you so very much for the photos of the headstone. He was my 5th gr-grandfather and there aren't too many stones of that age left anymore... Thanks again!
Added by rlbiggs on Jan 18, 2015 2:56 PM
Thank you for the transfer of Donna Farrington's memorial. My husband appreciates it.
Added by Wallen on Jan 10, 2015 7:54 PM
|worldwidebanbury||Helen V Banbury|
Find A Grave Memorial# 137844305
This one baffled us at first as she would have been too young to marry Wayne Lloyd Banbury as he died in 1942 and she was only born in 1932.
Helen was in fact the wife of Wayne's younger brother Edward Paul Banbury 1920-2004 and her maiden name was Helen Virginia Shahan.
Web: Obituary Daily Times Index, 1995-2011
Name: Helen Virginia Shahan Banbury
Publication Date: 5 Sep 2001
Publication Place: United States
Death Date: 2001
Death Place: Danville, OH
Age at Death: 69
Birth Date: 1932.
As she died before Edward it is also baffling why she was buried with Wayne.
Wayne Lloyd Banbury obituary
Wayne Lloyd Banbury, 23, died Monday evening, at the sanatorium hospital in Mansfield after a lingering illness.
He is survived by his wife Mrs Evelyn Derrenberger Banbury, his parents Mr and Mrs Hugh Banbury of Danville, two sisters Mrs Wilbur Sellers of Loudonville, Mrs Evelyn Hughnett of Danville and one brother Paul in the U.S.Navy.
Funeral services were held on Thursday at 2pm in the T. B. Gilbert funeral home. Rev. Thomas Tate pastor of the Nazarene church officiated.
Burial was made in the North Fork Cemetery near Fredericktown.
Obituary Loudonville Democrat Newspaper 3rd July 1942.
|Brenda Runyon||RE: Addie Keyes|
That is so sad because once there gone there gone.
|Brenda Runyon||Addie Keyes|
I just wanted to thank you for putting the pictures of the marker on Addie's memorial and all the other ones you have done. I appreciate all your hard work.
|MSB||RE: Catharine McClintick at New Market Presbyterian Cemetery|
Added by MSB on Nov 02, 2014 9:20 AM
BTW, is it ok if I use your photos for research purposes on my ancestry account and share with family members? I will definitely give you credit.
Added by MSB on Nov 01, 2014 8:17 PM
|MSB||Catharine McClintick at New Market Presbyterian Cemetery|
I was working on my great(x3)-grandmother's file tonight and saw that you posted photos of her gravestone just in September. I appreciate you posting these photos. Thanks, Matt
Added by MSB on Nov 01, 2014 8:16 PM
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