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*** Aug 2014 update - all pre-1900 graves are added to Edenton Cemetery using DAR & CCGS information. [there were not very many missing] ***
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 email@example.com
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.
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. We would appreciate knowing your sources and where we can locate them for any corrections requested. Even if it's just "Aunt so & so said so", lol.
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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|Rick Foster||RE: McCue graves|
changed to a better stock photo I found this one should suit your needs.
|Sabrina||RE: Nannie Whetsel Grave|
I understand. I'll try to get out there by the weekend if it's not raining. :-)
Added by Sabrina on Sep 10, 2014 8:50 PM
|Sabrina||Nannie Whetsel Grave|
I've claimed the request that you made for Nannie Whetsel's grave in Katherine Nenney Church, but I see there is already a photo on the memorial. Is there something specific that you need for this photo. I want to be able to get the exact photo that you're looking for. :-)
Added by Sabrina on Sep 10, 2014 1:33 PM
|Greg Volk||RE: Catharine Weaver #22108013|
No worries. Thanks for the response.
|Greg Volk||Catharine Weaver #22108013|
I received this e-mail, and thought you should see it.
Find A Grave contributor Jim Weaver has made a suggestion to you regarding your Find A Grave memorial for Catharine Weaver.
Link to memorial: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=22108013
Link to contributor profile: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=mr&MRid=48271815
Email address of contributor: firstname.lastname@example.org
This picture is attached to the wrong person. This grave marker is for Catharine Weaver nee Robinson. Samuel Weaver's wife. Catharine Weaver's marker is broken off at ground level and is missing.
|Rick Foster||Baby McCue in Highland Patrk|
I researched at the office and confirmed that all graves located in section 300 are in Potters Field. Which the poor were buried and none have markers. I do have a photo of the overgrown field if you want me to post it.
I uploaded a new photo. This stone is going to be difficult to get a great photo. The coloring is difficult. I will try again on a really sunny day if this one isn't up to par. I did photo this stone on a sunny day but it was even harder to ready but maybe a different angle will help. Have a great week!
Added by BACB on Sep 02, 2014 7:01 PM
|Angie Palmer||RE: Lester Blair's wife|
I'm guessing so, but if you know her date of death, I can look in the archives online for our newspaper here, and see if it states where she is buried. That way we know for certain she is in the plot, just no headstone. All I could find on www.familysearch.org is just the census with her listed. Please let me know, I like to snoop for these kind of things :)
|Joseph||Bethel - Elrod - Sewell|
I posted several photos for Elrod, as well as some new Elrod's. One side of the stone, that contains some of the Elrod's you were looking for, contained a photo for, Sewell. It has been uploaded.
Added by Joseph on Aug 25, 2014 6:36 AM
Hey. I checked St Mary's Cemetery on Ross Ave and found her. The last name is spelled different in their records.
Cemetery: St. Mary
Last Name: Haberstreit
First Name: Annie
Died: Apr 23, 1917
Funeral Date: Apr 26, 1917
Age: 41 Years
Id col: 41340
Added by Brenda on Aug 11, 2014 9:16 AM
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