|Kim A. (#47838201)|
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I have been researching my family roots since 1989, and I enjoy helping others with their research. I respect & admire my ancestors for the challenges they faced & overcame, and especially for the decisions they made in order to make a better life for their children. These memorial pages are just a small way of paying my respects to them.|
Most of my roots are in Athens, Morgan, Perry, & Hocking Co., OH - but I also have some Scottish ancestors. I've been to some of the cemeteries in southeastern Ohio, and have added some of that info here. Please note that if I have a birth or death record that indicates different dates than the grave marker, I will always post the dates from the records.
If you have corrections or additions, please feel free to contact me and I will make the changes as quickly as possible.
If you would like to use any of the grave marker photos that I have posted, all I ask is that you credit me with taking the picture. I think it's important that we share information to help each other, but it's also important to give credit where credit is due.
If you would like to manage one of the pages I've created, please use the "edit information" option on that page to contact me. Don't forget to include your member number! If I'm not related to that person, I will gladly transfer them to you.
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|itfelldown||RE: Isaac Chappelear|
Thanks for the correction!
|Family Searcher||RE: John William Wood|
Thank you for your response.
thanks for all the links and info you've been adding. We are on the way back to Texas. Bill's 3rd great-grandfather was unmarked--naturally! We did get some others and a bunch of extra photos!
Kim, we think we did that you sent. I was reading them while Bill made the transfers, so if we missed any let us know. None of them are in my family. (I feel like I know them though. Recognize all the names! lol) If you have more, that is fine, though we may be a little slower to get them done as we leave for GA in the morning.
|Sharlotte Neely Donnelly||Thanks|
Thanks so much for adding a photo of the grave of Agnes D'Agostino.
|Brittany N. Hunter||inquiring about something that my mom found on ancestry.com|
Hello Kim, I am Brittany Hunter. I am the great-great-great-great grandaughter of Lewis Hazelton.
This is how I am related to him. My father is Clinton Hunter. His mother is Zola Hunter (Hendricks). Her father was Everett Hendricks. His moms name was Bessie D Riggs Hazelton. Her father was John W. Hazelton.
He is the son of Lewis Hazelton. I was wanting to let you know that I do have some information on Lewis and his son John. My mom used a friend of hers ancestry.com account to look it up.
Lewis was born on March 07, 1819 in Perry County, Ohio. He married Eliza Jane Lyons on September 02, 1838. He died on March 03, 1888 in Portland, Indiana
His son John was born on November 22, 1850 and died on March 16, 1929
Kim, it's my pleasure to transfer her memorial to you. That is why I do this. Please let me know if there is anything else I can do for you. Happy and safe holidays wishes to you are your loved ones.
Added by Lori on Nov 23, 2014 6:18 PM
|MissT||RE: Samantha Standley - Beechgrove Cemetery|
You're very welcome. ;)
Added by MissT on Nov 18, 2014 5:02 PM
|Jim||RE: Mary Helen Christina Jewell Love grave photo|
No problem - glad I could help!
Added by Jim on Nov 03, 2014 7:22 PM
|James (Jim) F. Kelly||Jeanette McKnight|
Thanks for letting me know of the duplication.
I have deleted mine.
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