No need to ever ask me if I would like a transfer, if I sent an edit, it is a line I am researching and I would welcome any and all transfers. It makes future edits that much easier. It has nothing to do with collecting memorials but every thing to do with adding useful information and links. If I am not related to them, I'll even give them back when I'm done upon your request. Thanks! - James
We are James Chandler and Mary (Gatch), lifelong residents of Clermont County, Ohio. James has been sorting out the past for over 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 don't purposely create duplicates, just let us know via the edit tab and we'll delete them if you point out an earlier one.
Please make any corrections or transfer requests via the "Edit" tab on the memorial in question by following the "suggest a correction" link. As long as the person is not in OUR direct line, we will most likely honor all transfer requests, we are not hung-up on the transfer "rules".
You have our permission to use the photos we post in any way you wish but we ask that you credit us so other researchers can find us if they want follow-up information about the photo or where it was taken. "Photo courtesy of 5chandlers (#47512372) at findagrave" will suffice. If you post photos and don't share them freely, I would urge you to reconsider. This is findagrave, not the Louvre.
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 to all of you out there searching graveyards and posting photos!
A very incomplete list of names we research
ANTRIM BABB BEHRLE BERGER BOGGS BREEDING BROTHERS BUERKLE CAREY CARLIER CHANDLER COURTOT COVENHOVEN / CONOVER CRAVER CULLEN DAVIS DELLER DIMMITT DOAN DuFAU FAVRET FENNER FETTER FLISCHEL FRESCHARD FRYBARGER / FRYBURGER GALLO GATCH GAUCHE GERARD GOMIEN HARRELL HIATT HIXSON HOBBS IUEN KIDD LEMING LOHRER LONG MALOTT McCAULEY McPHERSON PARIS / PARISE PAUL PENCE PFARR PHILHOWER PRICE PUGH RAPP REIN REIS RIEHLE ROSSELOT ROSSLOW ROUSH RUNYAN / RUNYON SIMPSON SPAHR STADTMILLER TOOMBS WAGNER WEBSTER WILKERSON WILKIN YEAGER and many, many more
sheehan ADD PHOTOS BUT DID NOT CARE FOR THEM AND WILL TRY AGAIN FOR BETTER ONES AS IT WAS RAINING OUT WHEN I TOOK IT. ARE YOU RELATION TO THEM AS THERE ARE TWO SHEEHAN BURIED NEXT TO THEM -GRAVE MARKED SON lEONARD AND ANOTHER ONE SON ANTHONY. I CAN GIVE YOU INFO FOR MEMORIALS AND I HAVE TOMBSTONE PICTURES IF YOU WANT TO ADD THEM AND CONNECT TO PARENTS AND I WILL ADD PICTURES. LET ME KNOW. ALICE
John sheehan have claimed photo requests. have seen the tombstone and John died in 1945. Raining today but will try to get picture tomorrow. He and his wife are buried across from my great grand parents. wife and husband share the same tombstone.
Must have two headstones because I have never been to the other cemetery. The one I took is in the same cemetery as his parents. I'm going to leave it up, his death certificate says Hayes cemetery and buried by a funereal home here. I'll put a note that there is another hea.dstone
Thompsons Thank you so much for the marker photos for the Thompson's. I really appreciate your help. And yes-Eubanks are in-laws. And thank you for the information on the death certificates. That kind of information is wonderful to locate. That was very nice of you to let me know about that. Thank you, thank you! Maggie