I live in Loveland Ohio, Symmes Township. I have turned the hobby of genealogy into an addiction. When I do photos for folks I will always look around and add photos of other headstones that maybe part of the family. Always happy to help and answer questions for my fellow volunteers!
RE: FAG No, I'm not. I am a F.A.G. photo contributor and I keep receiving requests for photo's in Canada....I live in Michigan and although I am 'across the river' from the Cemetery it is a 1 hour 6 mins trip [one way] to have to go all the way to Detroit...then Windsor and up to Amhertsburg! I feel bad that I can not fulfill the requests so I at least 'pay my respects' by leaving a flower.
I was at Spring Grove today and took the pics that you requested for Marjorie, Charles and Eugenia Hatfield in Section 124. On your profile, I saw that you are interested in genealogy so I thought you might be interested in the 3 others that appear to be buried in the same plot with the above. ( I have pics of those too, if you'd like).
Alma Bell Bryant 1872-1959 Erminie B. Duncan 1865-1937 Ophelia Nesbit Bell 1848-1936
RE: Charles and Mary Hatfield You are welcome. It was a nice fall day for a drive, so my husband and I decided to take some F.A.G.cemetery photos from around the area. Thank you for the link to the book that you are working on. It is very interesting! Looks like a lot of work!!! Happy I could help out in a very very very small way.
I couldn't find it, so finally found someone in the cemetery office and asked. They said there was no mention of him in the records! I did find an obituary in an old copy of the Midland Daily News at the the library. It doesn't say where he was buried! I have a copy of it for you and photos of all the Highgates stones in the Midland Cem. I have not been able to put them in yet. We have been away on vacation and other things going on. Will get them in soon and the other information I have for you to you soon!
RE: Conway and Hatfield in Michigan It was very hard to read, but did look like 'mother' on top of the small stone (just like the one for Nancy Hill Conway). Both hard to read. I will check when I am out there next time. Sometimes in different lighting you see things differently! Sorry for the confusion. I will also check for Amos whenever I run across other Hatfields out there, there are supposed to be some others! And some other Conways, a Dewey G. Conway 1898-1946! Didn't see his, it appeared to be empty, or no stone. Will let you know if I spot any others! I had a question for you. You said that Amos Hatfield's mother was an Annie Highgate, is she the Mercy Hatfield that is on the stone with Charles A. Hatfield? BTW - I am still looking for Aaron Highgate, there was a Highgate family plot near the Hatfields and Conways, but no Aaron there.