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No need to ever ask me if I would like a transfer, if I sent an edit, it is a line I am working on and I would welcome any transfers.
It makes future edits that much easier.
Thanks! - James
We are James Chandler and Mary (Gatch), lifelong residents of Clermont County, Ohio. James has been sorting out the past for nearly 35 years. His main area of focus is Southwest Ohio. You can reach him at the email in the designated spot at the bottom of this bio. Mary has entered all the Gatch family into Ancestry.com going back to Godfrey Gatch of Baltimore. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
We have more information on many of the memorials we manage, feel free to ask.
We don't "collect" memorials for the numbers.
We do sometimes request memorials of family or of lines we are doing extensive work on.
We don't purposely create duplicates, just let us know and we'll delete them if yours was first.
Please make any correction or transfer requests via the "Edit" tab on the memorial in question by following the "suggest a correction" link. If the person is in our line as well, we might not transfer them, but we will discuss any corrections and/or additions you'd like to make.
You have our permission to copy photos of your family member's graves, though we ask that you credit us so other researchers can find us if they wish. "Photo courtesy of 5chandlers (#47512372) at findagrave" will suffice.
If you are fulfilling a photo request for us, please keep the photo above 300KB, anything smaller is hard to read the dates on! Last we checked, findagrave now allows photos up to 8MB.
Though anything over 1.5MB is overkill.
We would like to give a shout out to Clermont County Genealogical Society for their incredible site at www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~ohclecgs/cemeteries.
Use it as an index, but please don't "borrow" their photos, (findagrave and the CCGS frown on that). There are plenty of us willing to go photograph them for you, just put in a request. Many, many thanks to Pamela Smith and the rest of the volunteers for their work on the CCGS site.
Thanks and Happy Hunting!
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|Jenny E.||RE: Melish family|
Added by Jenny E. on Mar 23, 2015 8:11 AM
|FLAColeman||RE: Coleman family in Owensville, Ohio|
Thank you for locating these graves for us. Peter and Agnes were siblings of our ancestor Mathias Coleman who is buried in Stonelick Cemetery. My brother and I visited these cemeteries in Aug 2014 and also found their sister Margaret Courtot's grave.
I find Charles Slumard Burdsall, b. May 12, 1886, d.June 24, 1958 and his wife, Hattie E. Hawthorn Burdsall, b. Oct 27, 1883, d. Jan. 22, 1966 buried in the Rest Haven Memorial Cemetery, Evendale, Hamilton Co., Ohio. Hattie E. Hawthorn Burdsall is the daughter of Jacob C. Hawthorn and wife Almira Jane Simpkins. She is a grandaughter of Thomas and Dorithy Ruff Hawthorn, buried in Five Mile Cemetery, Brown Co., Ohio. Dorithy Ruff Hawthorn is the sister of my ggg grandfather, George A. Ruff, b. 1810 SC, buried in Lee Co., Mississippi. Are you related to them?
Hi. You're probably right about the parents. The info I put there was taken from the cemetery's records. Would you like ownership of the memorial? You're more than welcome to it. I didn't know her or her family.
Hi, just wanted you to know that I am going up to Arlington in next few weeks to visit my gram's grave, I live in Delaware, so it is about 3 hrs from where I live, but I am going to get request pics for others while I am there, and as she is in Sunnyside and I know where it is (I still have the map of sections) I will be getting yours.
Added by gennie on Feb 22, 2015 3:41 PM
|Mark Aschenbrenner||Runyan Cemetery near Bulterville|
You seem to have done all the photos at this cemetery. Does the listing shown represent a full accounting of all the people buried there or at least the one's with a memorial stone? Seems this cemetery would be the final resting place of Another William Runyan 1757 to 1833 and his wife Catherine Custer Runyan 1826. They settled on a farm just a little south of Bulterville after coming from Virginia(West). Just wondering what your thoughts would be or if an actual cemetery list exists.
|Pat M.||A. B. PINDELL|
I notice you have an entry for A.B. PINDELL but not much information. I have a book, "PINDELL: A Family Through Time", that might help fill in the blanks.
Can we compare notes?
Added by Pat M. on Feb 01, 2015 12:54 PM
|GoneButNotForgotten||RE: 5 Elizabeth Custers|
I wish you luck find the monuments I sure didn't.
Thanks for letting me know. I went ahead and deleted mine.
|GoneButNotForgotten||RE: dennis cahill|
Cahill images are already there. :-)
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