I started doing family research 2 years ago and have not been able to stop since. My primary research has been through my maternal Grandmother's line and her very large extended family. I am related to almost every memorial on my page in some way.
Lydia Hoffman Dandy Well, perhaps your Lydia Ann's maiden name is Hoffman, a Hoffman daughter as you say... How did she get linked up to Isaac and Lydia Ann (Hollar) Clinedinst as her parents?? How does that make he a Hoffman daughter?? Their daughter is Lydia Ann (Clinedist) Hoffman. She was born in VA in 1840 and she married Nimrod Milton Hoffman on 27 Jan 1864 in Shenandoah, VA... She died in 1865 (according to the memorial)... The only thing common about the two is one is a maiden Lydia Ann Hoffman and the other is a married Lydia Ann Hoffman... Lydia Ann (Clindist) Hoffman's entire family is all from VA... I think we have two totally different people here with the same first and middle name. And your Lydia is linked to the wrong set of parents... That may not be your doing, though, since you say you had he meorial transferred to you. Look at Lydia Ann (Clinedist) Hoffman's memorial # 152550296. I do believe that Lydia is the right daughter of the Clinedists and your Lydia needs to be linked to her Hoffman parents in Maryland somewhere... I can't find death records on either, but the great news is you can fix it, since you know who her Hoffman parents were supposed to be.
The Ogles are buried in P-146 (north half) and the DesForges are in the south half plus P-148. Here is the complete list:
Julia DesForges Ogle: buried 4/29/1898 at age 25 Mary Ogle: 10/2/1873 Helen S. Ogle: 7/5/1872 @ 11m May D. Ogle: 2/6/1879 @ 38y George H. Ogle: 11/10/1905 @ 30y/3m/15d George A. Ogle: 8/19/1907 @ 65y Charles J. Ogle: 7/28/1932 @ 53y/5m/29d Dora G. Ogle: 3/22/1960 @ 77y (cremated 3/8/1960 at Greenmount Cemetery and ashes scattered at P-146) A. S. Ogle: 3/28/1973 @ 76y Mary O. Jennings: 5/4/1905 @ 22y
Mary DesForges: 9/17/1873 @ 18y Julia DesForges: 10/2/1873 @ 4y ("Removed from Country") John P. DesForges: 1/22/1880 @ 55y Mary J. DesForges: 4/3/1898 @ 75 Harriett A. Hayden: 10/24/1890 @ 66?
Hope this helps. Some of the dates may not be quite right; the microfilm records were not always very good quality.
Lucky for you that I'm one of those types who can't just go out, take a photo, post it and be done with it.
There are several others in the plot. Here's their info as posted on Campbell County GenWeb:
Stella V. Rust - Rust, Stella br-5-24-1948 (Ashes in concrete); Sec-16, lot-53; single; place of death-Los Angeles; LO-J F Rust; NR-Charles E Mc Clair, National City, CA (Stella's marker has an incomplete year of death; "19__")
Georgia Ogle Rust - How about that middle name, huh? Rust, Georgia O d-5-29-1943; br-6-12-1943; age-8-17-1870; Sec-16, lot-53; parents-J Franklin and Thodicia Rust; born-Newport; single; place of death-Los Angeles CA; LO-J F Rust; NR-Stella V Rust, 3123 Brighton Ave, Los Angeles
Theodocia Rust - Rust, Theodocia br-5-26-1923; Sec-16, lot-53; no other data
J. Franklin Rust Rust, J Franklin b-Maryland; a-67y; s/o Levi & Mary; d-20 Aug 1910 at 64 Mt Pleasant Ave in Ft Thomas; br-23 Aug at 3PM in his own lot 53 section 16
Oscar Rust - Rust, Oscar b-Newport; a-21y; s/o Theodicia & J Franklin; d-12 Oct 1895 in Newport of typhoid fever; br-15 Oct; Sec-16, lot-53; P#2549.
I took photos of all of them. There are some similar markers in a neighboring plot; the Kruse family. Any connaction?
I'll get these all tied together and transfer to you.
WESSELs Hi. I have a second cousin, a Wessel, who is interested in learning more about his family. You have several memorials for them. Is there a connection that you know of? In particular I am interest in Ernest Edward Wessel's line - you have his father's and mother's memorials.
RE: George Atkinson Anytime I get an adoptee client that comes to me in search of their birth parents and family once they get a copy of their non certified original birth certificate and they get names and they start looking for grandparents etc.... We search ancestry.com, census records and then Find A Grave. I always leave a flower for someone that I am asked to leave a flower on. I do that for my own family too. I just wait until I get an adoptee that asks for my help.
RE: George Atkinson I appreciate that. I work with adult adoptees in search of their birth parents and families. When I find a family member for an adoptee I make sure I leave a flower in honor of their family who was in search. I also leave flowers for my own family members.
RE: William Atkinson Hi Tina, You are welcome for the picture. I'm sure that is the plot. Too bad there is no marker. Check you 'edits' tab and approve your edits as I added the plot number. Dan Phelan Baltimore
I might, but it has been a while since I researched that plot, so I will have to dig through my records. If I can't find anything, I can get that information next time I get some time with the microfilm.