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Stanley Baker (#47426049)
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Bio Photo I live in Ohio and have spent many years researching my ancestors. Surnames connected to my father's line are: Baker,Halterman,Myers, Shanks,Barnes,Petticord,Floyd,Cox,Robinson, Barnett,Glass,Evans and Huff from OH, PA, MD

Surnames connected to my mother's line are: Greene,Green,Watson,Sherrill,Carlton,Livingston, Marley,Ferguson,Wallace,White,Triplett,Laws, McKee,Allison,Durham,Bailey,Lowrance,Bray, Hodges,and Hamby from North Carolina. My third great grandmother in NC is believed to be a full blood Cherokee. Perhaps DNA will prove it.

I only enter and manage memorials that are of my family & ancestors. Please respect my request to manage Find A Grave memorials of my ancestors entered by someone with no family connection. I have met some very nice people who will transfer a cousin or ancestor that does meet the FAG guide lines, and some real "JERKS" who are in no way connected but will not part with the management of a memorial that they made.

The Schupp's from Germany adopted my Baker grandmother and therefore I entered memorials for all the Schupp's connected to her adopted family.

Many NC families migrated to Coshocton County, Ohio starting in 1920 and continued through the 1930's. Most (if not all), are connected to my NC ancestors. I will make memorials for those who lived, had children, and died here. I have known many of these people since I was a child.

When I add a family picture to these memorials do not copy them without my approval. I have found copies of my pictures on Ancestry.Com genealogy sites that were taken without my permission.
I also follow the Federal Law at 17 U.S.C 107 about copying information and pictures and using them for other than personal use.


It is OK to copy pictures of grave stones. Thanks

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David
Baker
Stanley - no problem at all. I do have Baker connections - mostly in Harrison County and all by marriage - no direct descent. I agree about the photos - I have boxes, unidentified!! I have had three older family members who threw all theirs out because they had no clue who they might be!!
David
Added by David on Mar 25, 2015 2:04 PM
BRADLEY INGELS
Susan Sherrill
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=136004206

Could this be one for whom you are looking?

Bradley Ingels
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Added by BRADLEY INGELS on Mar 21, 2015 3:41 AM
BRADLEY INGELS
Isaac R Sherrill 138856274
Stanley:

I came across the death notice for Isaac. I have posted it on his memorial.

FYI: It states he died at the residence of this son-in-law, Pinkney Deal. Pinkney married Susan Sherrill (daughter of Isaac) in 1865 Caldwell County.

Take Care.

Bradley Ingels
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Added by BRADLEY INGELS on Mar 09, 2015 8:52 AM
David
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Stanley - the photo is Caldwell Sproul and his wife, Hannah Markee Sproul of Stillwater, Tuscarawas Co., Ohio. She was the sister of my gt., gt. gmother.
David
Added by David on Mar 08, 2015 4:56 PM
Janice Lapp
RE: Shirley Baker's memorial
You're Welcome.....I just take the photos around the ones that are requested if they have the same name & figure the person might like those, too. I know what you mean about not transferring....I have one I would like to have, but the person will not transfer it....I even asked if they were related as I thot maybe it was a long-lost relative, but the person said not related !!!!

I will be glad when ALL OF THIS SNOW & COLD WEATHER is gone so I can get out in the cemeteries again.!!!!
Added by Janice Lapp on Mar 06, 2015 9:05 AM
Tonya Spore
Otho Baker #105897176
Would you mind if I copied pictures from this family to my family tree? Otho is a 1st cousin, 3x removed. Thank you for your consideration.

Tonya Baker Spore
Added by Tonya Spore on Mar 04, 2015 5:28 PM
deegraver
RE: Bray Memorials
are we cousins?
who were some of your brays?
Added by deegraver on Feb 26, 2015 3:20 PM
C. Fairchild
RE: Larlins Golds 128104555
The reason he is buried elsewhere is because he lived with relatives after his wife died and that is where he was living at the time. No one had the kind of money it took to get him back to Wilkes, etc. so he is buried here. I confirmed that information with his great-granddaughter, Deema.
Added by C. Fairchild on Feb 23, 2015 5:28 PM
Judy McMichael
RE: Cherokee ancestors
Thanks for the reply. That is very interesting
Added by Judy McMichael on Feb 07, 2015 9:47 AM
PTremmel
RE: Memorial 28188077
Every grave marker was put on if I could read it or not. The cemetery is very old and there are several unreadable stones.

The cemetery itself is not that hard to find. It is located between two very high-end houses, in a very high-end subdivision in Sherrill Ford.
Added by PTremmel on Feb 06, 2015 10:49 AM
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