|Vallene Hardman||memorial page inaccuracies|
I am a daughter of Roy Wilbur Hardman I, and sister of Roy Wilbur Hardman II.
I'm concerned with the inaccurate information on both my father and brother's memorial pages - it would be helpful if you could let me know the source of your information.
|tabatha moore||Glennis Earl Bell|
Can you transfer # 84692684 he is my great-grandfather who adopted and raised my mom.
|Jeannine (Booton) Hall||Joseph Edward Hardman|
Totally agree on his marriages to two different Dora E.'s !! How confusing...since there is a marker on the Weston Cemetery, I am going to assume he is there. When I get my son-in-law's Hardman book later today I will see what I can find. It is really hard to understand and there is no index anywhere so you just have to read.
|Randy||RE: Minter lloyd Stalnaker|
thank you very much for transferring the management of Minter Lloyd Stalnaker's memorial to me...
He was the father to my G Grandfather, Sanford Stalnaker, who was born out of wedlock. Sanfords mother was Rebecca Elizabeth Mollohan.
Would like to visit with you regarding your family.
You can contact me privately at firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish.
Added by Randy on Jan 05, 2014 8:33 PM
|Randy||Minter lloyd Stalnaker|
Would you please transfer the management of Minter Lloyd Stalnaker's Memorial (71924206) to me. He is my GG-Grandfather.
Added by Randy on Jan 03, 2014 1:15 PM
|Evelyn Linger Thorn||Nora Irene Norman Lynch|
I have made the name correction.
|Kay ||RE: Final resting place for Ralph Sharp|
Please be advised that Ralph is not buried in a cemetery in Scioto Co, Ohio by this name as there isn't one. However I'm sending you the correct link so you can transfer your info and then delete the wrong site. Glad I could get you this far. Kay
Added by Kay on Oct 25, 2013 11:14 AM
|Kay ||RE: Clara Mae Knotts Flinn Sharp burial site|
Please be advisied that she is not buried in Scioto County, Ohio. Here is a link to the corret cemetery so you can transfer your info and then delete the wrong location. Glad I could help. Kay
Added by Kay on Oct 25, 2013 10:56 AM
|Terri & Stan||RE: John Henry Hardman tombstone|
You're welcome! We photographed everything we could find, but so many of the stones are already unreadable that the cemetery is still considered only 77% photographed. Glad yours was one we could figure out!
Hi! I made the changes and linked his family. Are you related? If so, would you like to manage his memorial? Barb
Added by BJW on Aug 22, 2013 7:19 AM
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