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The memorials I have created are my attempt to get the information on Find-a-Grave with the hope that others will contribute to its accuracy. All information I have posted on the memorials has been gathered from the headstone, other contributors, books or websites I have found noting such.|
If I have added and still manage a memorial for one of your family members just let me know and I will transfer it to you. Of the memorials I manage, there are only a few that I have created for my ancestors. I would love to have the opportunity to reunite the memorial with a family member.
Many times I take several pictures of a grave site or monument to show close-up or expanded views with the hope that the viewer can see the general site or inscription. If you don't want a photograph shown that I've posted to the memorial, please let me know and I will delete it.
While I'm at the cemeteries taking pictures, I try to also update the GPS coordinates of the grave site (if I have cell phone service). I have noticed that many times the coordinates will be off by as much as 50 feet or more. So, please use this tool as a 'general reference'. The coordinates will get you close but it may not be the exact location.
Feel free to use any of the photos I have taken for your use - you have my permission. There is no need to give credit to me if you choose to use the photos.
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|Sharon Driscoll||RE: Dixons and Graves|
Thanks Jim, I'm related to the Dixons and Graves also. I'm trying to compile enough info to make a youtube video. I believe Robert Clark married to Rachel Graves came to Richland Twp., Vinton County, Ohio in 1812 from NC (Chatham County Quaker Meeting). The Graves were all Quakers that traveled with them. They are all buried in Salt Creek Cemetery. I'm getting my historical facts together to find the missing graves and do a video for others researching. I'm going to contact the Quakers in the area for history.
Thanks, Sharon Clark Driscoll
|Kay Harrison||FAIRMOUNT CEMETERY|
Hello again Jim: You said to let you know if there were other burials in Fairmount Cemetery that I would like a photo of. Well, I did find one. I'd love a photo of the tombstone of a Nellie Bly Harrison who died in Jackson in 1967. She was never married and was raised by her aunt and uncle who's last name was Keenan. So she may be buried with the Kennan family. Thanks so much.
|Kay Harrison||RE: MINNIE HARRISON GRAVE SITE|
Had no idea how large Fairmount Cemetery was, so I hope it wasn't too hard for you to locate Minnie's grave site. Is there a cemetery office on the property? I might have others down there, but hope to some day get down to that area. The Harrisons were early settlers of Wellston, and I understand the museum there has the doctor's operating table. So much to see down there, so I am not giving up hope. Again...many thanks.
|Kay Harrison||MINNIE HARRISON GRAVE SITE|
Jim: Thank you EVER SO MUCH for taking/posting the cemetery marker for cousin Minnie Harrison. I had no idea how I would ever get down to look for the marker myself. I truly appreciate you doing this for me!!!
Thanks so very much for the photo! I appreciate your kindness. Not likely I will ever get there to see it for myself, so this is the next best thing. Thanks!
Added by Rosalie on Aug 17, 2015 5:47 AM
|Susie Simon||John Lynch|
Brother to George.
I can't seem to add him as a sibling. Thought you might be interested as he was a also in the civil war from Ohio
Name: John Lynch
Age at Enlistment: 23
Enlistment Date: 1 Dec 1861
Rank at enlistment: Private
State Served: Ohio
Survived the War?: Yes
Service Record: Enlisted in Company E, Ohio 75th Infantry Regiment on 16 Dec 1861.Promoted to Full 1st Sergeant on 01 Apr 1865.Mustered out on 27 Jul 1865.
Birth Date: abt 1838
Sources: Official Roster of the Soldiers of the State of Ohio
You can find him in the U S National Home for the disabled also
|Susie Simon||Geo Lynch|
I think I fixed it correctly. LMK
|Sharon Driscoll||RE: Robert & Rachel Clark, Son Henry Clark|
I'm coming up the end of August to find these graves at Salt Springs Cemetery. Who do I contact to see if there's any records?
|Kate Cuneo||Littiza and Daniel Harry|
Thank you so much for photographing their markers! Very kind of you to volunteer your time.
|Sharon Driscoll||Robert & Rachel Clark, Son Henry Clark|
You photographed Robert & Rachel Clark Son's grave John Clark in Salt Springs Cemetery. I'm searching for his parent's Robert & Rachel Clark and their other Son Henry Clark. I believe they're buried either in Salt Springs Cemetery of Bell Cemetery. My ancestor Lemuel Clark (Henry Clark's Son) is buried in Bell Cemetery. I'm coming to Ohio from Florida in October to see if I can find them. If your wandering these Cemeteries I would appreciate your finds. Robert Clark (1772-1836) Henry Clark (1807-1854). THANK YOU!!! Sharon Clark Driscoll
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