|Bud Winn (#47466699)|
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I have been tracing my family roots for about 40 years. I was excited to find this site that helps to document and share with others. I am a retired educator...23 years as a math and computer teacher and then 17 years as a district technology director.|
The families I am tracing include the following: Winn, Brantingham, Santee, Ellyson, Schussler, Longenecker, Patterson, McMillan.
I have posted memorials and pictures for the following cemeteries in or near New Philadelphia, Ohio: East Ave, Fair St (Ave), Tuscarawas County Home Infirmary, Jerusalem Church, and St Peter's Evangelical Lutheran Church plus East Goshen Friends Cemetery near Beloit, Ohio. Also, I am currently working on posting memorials for Evergreen Burial Park in New Philadelphia, Ohio and Damascus Cemetery in Damascus, Ohio.
I can add information and links to any memorial for you, or if I have a memorial for one of your relatives, I'll transfer ownership upon request. (Please give your relationship to the person.) Please make the request via the Edit tab and then Suggest a correction...
A note about bio info: if you submit something to be put in a bio, I will put "Additional information courtesy of ____________". If you don't want your F-A-G name and number on there, let me know.
Feel free to use any of the pictures that I have posted. (It would be nice if you gave me credit for the picture.)
****If you volunteer on this website and decide you no longer want to maintain the records please transfer your records to someone who has an active account and willing to take over the records. (I am one of many willing to take over records.) It would also be a good idea to leave someone instructions on how to make these transfers should you go inactive without warning. (Borrowed from another FAG Contributor)***** Click here for instructions.
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|Kevin Finch||David Brantingham|
I claimed your photo request for David. Someone who goes by the name Family Scribe has posted the photo. This person seems to be waiting for people like me, to claim the request, and then runs out takes the photo, and posts it. I have two claimed photo request currently, where this person is jumping the claim and doing it himself.
Let me know what you want
|Beverly ||Thank You|
I know I send you additions often and I just want to say THANK YOU for all you do. Its wonderful that you take the time to do all of this and know that our future famiies will have all this extra history.
Added by Beverly on Jul 26, 2015 9:47 AM
|Jadean Hopper||RE: Tombstone picture for Richard Dale Mathias|
Thank you for getting back to me.
|Jadean Hopper||Tombstone picture for Richard Dale Mathias|
Just wanted to thank you for posting the tombstone picture for Richard Dale Mathias. I notice that there isn't any death date for Richard who died in 2013 I believe. Mildred just died 12 July 2015. Just curious was this an older photo you took a while back or recent?
|John Page||RE: Carlisle Page mem 148935100|
I found Carlisle 1n the 1940 census living in St. Louis, Mo. married to Edith LNU, B: abt. 1899 in Oh. WW I Veteran, U.S. Army, 2nd. Lt.
I wonder why he was buried in New Philadelphia ???
|John Page||Carlisle Page mem 148935100|
Nice to hear from you. I don't think Carlisle is a relative he was born in Bridgeport, Ct. his wife Edith was born some where in Oh. In 1940 he was living in St. Louis, Mo. with his wife. I will have to look a little deeper. Thanks for the info.
|Nancy Brantingham||Aunt Gertrude|
Hi again. According to the Caee Records that Aunt Roselia, Bee, etc. contributed to Aunt Gertie's death was 16 Aug., 1987.
|Nancy Brantingham||George Brantingham.|
I was looking at George, the immigrant's, Find A Grave page. His daughter was Sarah Hopper Brantingham, as in George's mother, Sarah Hopper. You have her as Hooper.
|Joanne sherman||Find a Grave photo|
Thank you so much for providing a photo of Harry Carroll's grave marker. I really appreciate having it.
|Not so Irish||Queenie Cooper Island Creek Cemetey|
The transfer is so appreciated for this lady....thank you!!! Thank you finding her to begin with. Gail
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