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Janice (#47845710)
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Bio Photo Genealogist and historian of higher education, with special interest in 19th century and early 20th century American higher education administrators, my own family tree, friends' family trees, and Cleveland area history. I've taken many photos in nearby Standing Rock Cemetery in Kent, Ohio. In July 2012, I entered memorials for all readable headstones (not already represented in Find A Grave) in St. John Evangelical Lutheran Church cemetery in Garfield Heights, Ohio where my family has a lot of history. I've also taken photos and worked in Calvary Cemetery and Lakeview Cemetery in Cleveland, and other cemeteries in Cuyahoga and Portage counties as well as places I just happen to visit. If you see errors, typos, or incorrect links - my apologies! Please let me know so I can correct them.
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 • 8,541 Memorials Added
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David Hoffman
Use of your photo
I'm working on a manuscript of a family history and would like to include your photo for memorial 110119209 (Oscar Afeld). Would it be OK to include it? Thanks - David
Added by David Hoffman on Aug 23, 2014 5:19 PM
Cathy Green
RE: Norma Hostetler Green
Got the transfer and thank you again. Besides a mother in law, she was a dear friend and fellow graveyard researcher. She would have adored the attention of Find A Grave, but that was before her time. Thanks again. - Cathy
Added by Cathy Green on Aug 20, 2014 8:37 PM
Cathy Green
RE: Norma Hostetler Green
That would be great, her and her husband Dale Hostetler. That's all that we have there.
Added by Cathy Green on Aug 18, 2014 12:04 PM
Cathy Green
Norma Hostetler Green
Thank you for putting my mother in law in find a grave and the picture. The flowers in the photo were just planted the week before by us and we were happy to see that they survived. (standing rock cem - kent).
Added by Cathy Green on Aug 16, 2014 9:32 PM
Ralph Hammond-Green
Francis Carlton - duplicate
Thank you for catching this. Problem fixed.
Added by Ralph Hammond-Green on Aug 09, 2014 3:05 PM
Chet Walker
Find A Grave Memorial# 40551922
Please remove your photo from this memorial.
F-A-G had a computer glitch on June 21 resulting in some photos being posted to incorrect memorials.
I believe that this is one of them.
Many thanks!
Added by Chet Walker on Aug 05, 2014 6:24 AM
Jean
John Blair
You can use edit, without knowing information The bottom line is where you send a message that is linked to the memorial.

I will try your way with the number. I doubt it was Pioneer Trail as that is an old cemetery with few stones.
Added by Jean on Aug 04, 2014 7:01 AM
Jean
RE: John Blair of Portage County
If you send me a link from the pages, I will delete one. Not sure how to use those numbers you sent. Only know by going directly through the memorial using "edit."

Thanks for bringing to my attention. Only one picture shows up on my end.
Added by Jean on Aug 02, 2014 7:52 PM
Denise Carter
Egger
Thank you very much for the Egger photo! It is very much appreciated.
Added by Denise Carter on Jul 20, 2014 2:19 PM
Robert Maupin Hall
RE: Niederschulte #93059430
Thanks so much for the transfer. It means a lot. However, the information you provided in your response is ever more important to me. This family
attempted to leave Germany 2 times and was never given permission. The father (my ggg uncle) had a brother and sister that came to America in the 1860's and settled around St Louis. That was why I was so shocked to find them in Ohio! I used to listen to the old folks talk and tell stories when I was growing up. Never once, did I hear a peep about the family in Ohio. That is why I love genealogy. I did a little research but it doesn't appear that there were any grandchildren from this family so I am disappointed that there were no living descendants. Does that church have records for christenings? I can hardly wait to come up for a visit! You don't know how much I appreciate your help Robert
Added by Robert Maupin Hall on Jul 19, 2014 6:19 AM
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