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karen ahn (#47341385)
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Bio Photo Hi! my name is Karen and have been working on my family genealogy since 1975. Back than walked cemeteries,court house records and my aunts. Now much easier with the computer. My family names I'm researching are Ingle, Hubbs, Carter, Estes, Ruby, Collins, Ahn, Spink, Stewart, Jewell. I am very thankful for all the volunteers that walked cemeteries looking for my ancestors. I enjoy getting stone photos for other people and will do my best to find them. I will only transfer if the memorials are your SIBLINGS. PARENTS, GRANDPARENTS, AUNTS, UNCLES, 1ST COUSINS.
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unknown date of birth
Hi Karen, I don't know if you know about the Reverse Birthday Calculator. You can determine the person's DOB by entering the DOD if you have age at time of death.

I use this often and thought it might be helpful to pass on to other genealogists. Even if we are off by a day or two, it's still better than "unknown".

I just used it to submit a calculated DOB for Lucretia Eleanor Hoskins Cleavenger, wife of Charles Granderson Cleavenger (my 4th great uncle).


Joan Frum
Added by WVRoots on Jan 28, 2015 6:24 PM
Kevin Finch
William Hay
I will also photograph his wife's marker while there. No need to request it

Added by Kevin Finch on Jan 21, 2015 6:45 PM
William Croghan
RE: Waugh's Oak View
Karen,,,i think you are correct,,,it must have been rough,,,to loose 3 sons in the Civil War...not sure how they got thru it....
Added by William Croghan on Jan 19, 2015 5:20 PM
William Croghan
Wm Waugh Pic
thanks so much for the picture!!!!!!!
Added by William Croghan on Jan 18, 2015 4:11 PM
Dana Meeks
RE: Rachel Ellen Jewell
Added by Dana Meeks on Jan 18, 2015 4:20 AM
Jim Geiser
RE: Hattie Clouse
Stay warm!, Jim
Added by Jim Geiser on Jan 06, 2015 4:04 PM
Jeannie Scarber
Leslie H Miller
You can find the death record for Leslie H Miller, Memorial #102451169 at

Leslie contracted TB during his service in WWI.

Jeannie Scarber
The Great War Doughboy Search:Tucson and WWI
Added by Jeannie Scarber on Jan 06, 2015 3:51 PM
Jim Geiser
RE: Hattie Clouse
Death date is February 28, 1901, exact! She died giving birth to my wife's grandmother, who I knew well. I was told to contact Ms. Darlene Wise who does research at Wapello County. Cell 641-682-7924. She & I have not yet connected. I don't need both of you doing the same thing. I believe she lives in Ottumwa. Would you call her so there's no duplication of effort. What I'd like is a clear photo of Hattie's headstone and any other information that can be found. Thanks, Jim
Added by Jim Geiser on Jan 05, 2015 10:46 PM
Jim Geiser
RE: Hattie Clouse
Following up on your suggestions. I'll let you know. Do you live in the area? I'm going to want a photo of Hattie's grave marker (if we find it!). Thanks, Jim
Added by Jim Geiser on Jan 05, 2015 11:07 AM
Jim Geiser
RE: John Clouse
Karen, The baby Hattie died delivering was my wife's grandmother, Pearl E. (Clouse) Pickering. I'm trying to find where Hattie is buried. She died in Ottumwa, IA, but is not yet in Find A Grave. Any help?
Thanks for responding. Jim
Added by Jim Geiser on Jan 03, 2015 10:17 PM
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