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JCLA (#47592976)
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L. Forbes
RE: Sylverius S. Preston
I am of no relation to Mr. Preston, but if you would like to transfer my #47991680, and I will see what else I can find about him. Thank you for all you do,
L Forbes
Added by L. Forbes on Nov 15, 2015 5:11 AM
L. Forbes
Sylverius S. Preston
Memorial# 109035409
s/o Benedict Preston, Ohio & Rachel Fringa, Ohio

h/o Pearl Ryan (dau of J. Ryan & Emma Wiltrout)
Mar. 31 Dec. 1901, Washington, Iowa (div.)

The Fork of the Rivers by MABEL ESTLE BROWN, PG. 479
Added by L. Forbes on Nov 14, 2015 1:34 PM
Diana Cole
Catherine Irene Williams
Hello, I have been looking for this lady a long time. She was the sister of my great grandfather, Martin Steel. Through your help and another gentleman, I have been able to put more pieces to the puzzle.

Seems like she moved to Oregon and no one ever heard from her.

Thank you again.
Added by Diana Cole on Oct 25, 2015 2:51 PM
Kim White
Peninah Lawson
Thanks for the info. I have attached it to her memorial.
Added by Kim White on Sep 22, 2015 6:11 AM
Friends of Oak Shade Cemetery
RE: Charlotte Logan
We sure appreciate all you help in trying to figure out the information on this monument. I have uploaded an additional photo - with a light cast across the face with a flashlight. What do you make of it? I was intrigued with the Merritt but there doesn't seem to be any doubt that the last letter is "A" followed by a middle initial "E" What do you see in here and do you want to see more pictures? JayK
Added by Friends of Oak Shade Ceme... on Sep 19, 2015 11:56 PM
Marc Doty
William R. McManis
Sorry, I didn't copy the title page for Thelma's transcription. The last page of her transcription did have her name and address in 1940. The first page of her transcription is page 66 of the book. I found a book in the card catalog of the Indiana State Library online which is probably the correct book:
Indiana Junior Historical Society. Burials in cemetery located at U.S. 100 and Moore road, New Augusta, Indiana, Pleasant Hill cemetery. 32pp.
Genealogy Division, p.f. 977.201 Muncat. no. 25
Yes, you may use my photo. Thanks for asking.
Added by Marc Doty on Sep 13, 2015 6:54 AM
Colleen Sanders Broyles
RE: Rev Thomas Burns McManis
You are so very welcome to use any photos and I do appreciate a credit as well but not required :) Happy Saturday to you!
Added by Colleen Sanders Broyles on Sep 12, 2015 5:11 PM
Friends of Oak Shade Cemetery
RE: Charlotte Logan
Back to the "unknown" burial next to Charlotte. We are more sure now that the date of death was September 1861 and the name might possibly be "Thearetta" - how about "Thearella"? Middle initial was "E" for sure. Fathers initials look like "T. M" and mothers middle initial looks like an "A" Jay K.
Added by Friends of Oak Shade Ceme... on Sep 05, 2015 11:32 PM
Benjamin Wallace
Benjamin Wallace b.Jan. 12, 1758 d.Aug. 24, 1838 is buried at the Miller Cemetery but his wife was Sarah Sargent. He is buried here next to his daughters Elizabeth Newhouse & Amiee Childs, DIL Jane Wallace & 3 grandchildren & two SIL's.. Benjamin Wallace b. Nov. 4, 1752 d. Aug. 24, 1833 in Casstown Ohio. He is buried next to his wife Mary Brevard in Casstown, Miami CTY, Ohio not here at Miller Cemetery. They had the misfortune to die on the same date 5 years apart but they are different people. The bio here belongs to the Benjamin Wallace buried in Casstown Ohio.
Added by Anonymous on Aug 25, 2015 9:20 PM
Friends of Oak Shade Cemetery
RE: Matilda Ellithorpe
We have located another LOGAN monument near that of Charlotte at Oak Shade Cemetery. The name of the person is not entirely legible but seems to read either THEA??TIA or TREA??TIA - there is a middle initial, E, and the date of death may be Sept 3, 1851. We can also make out "dau of" but cannot read the parent's names. Does any of this mean anything to you??
Added by Friends of Oak Shade Ceme... on Aug 10, 2015 12:18 AM
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