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frenchy (#47950443)
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Bio Photo I have always been interested in family history. I think it needs to be preserved and it is important for family members to know about their past. I am also concerned about old cemeteries and headstones that are disintegrating. I am specifically researching the WADE,SHERMAN, and TURNER families of Greene and Clinton Counties in Ohio, Robison/Robinson family of Highland County in Ohio and the ROMANCZUK and TARCZYNSKI families of Dayton, Ohio. Please feel free to use any of the pictures that I have posted to enhance your own family reference and enjoyment. You have MY PERMISSION to use MY PICTURES. You don't have to ask me in advance. However, if you do use them, please acknowledge that I was the photographer. Don't just screen shot and add them as if you took them. Thank you.
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Eldred Pickett
RE: Tarczynski photo
You're very welcome!
Added by Eldred Pickett on Aug 19, 2017 9:44 PM
Linda J. Morris
Mary Quinn 100769639
This is going to be hard. lol Mary was really named May Myrtle but liked Mary. I have her entire family tree if you want it. I will leave just the last few up to the point I share with her.

1-Ralph Quinn 1872 & Mable Simison

2-Charles Simison 1840 & Mary Jane Bingamon

Now come the hard part. They are cousins and cousins of mine on both sides.

We share the following Rev.War grandfathers and a whole lot in between.

Leonard Schnepp 1753
Johan Jacob Coy 1739
Daniel Cain 1747
Andres Matties Straub 1735

It is hard to explain so I will wait to hear from you. There is also a Knight family that goes back as far as 1325. The knight family came over in 1682 with William Penn.

Linda Doile Morris
Added by Linda J. Morris on Apr 01, 2017 12:07 AM
Marianna Kerns Morgan
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This is again a duplicate memorial. Jay has already entered a memorial for her that has all the correct information.
Do you suppose you can see your way to deleting this memorial?
Thank you!
Marianna
Added by Marianna Kerns Morgan on Mar 04, 2017 4:33 PM
veronica komorny
RE: Clara Zawacki
Hi, THE PICTURE FOR CLARA IS OF HER TOMBSTONE.
THEY ARE IN SECTION 14, LOT 73,GRAVE 5.
THEY ARE SIDE BY SIDE.
SECTION 14 IS ON THE WINDERMERE DRIVE SIDE OF THE CEMETERY , THERE ARE WOOD POSTS WITH SECTION NUMBERS . IF YOU COME IN THE MANHATTAN ENTRANCE, YOU WILL SEE THE OFFICE BUILDING. CONTINUE DRIVING TOWARDS THE FENCE LINE. THERE IS A TOMBSTONE WITH THE NAME "MIERZJEWSKI" NEAR THEM.
I CANNOT REMEMBER THE EXACT LOCATION OF THE GRAVES, AS I TOOK MULTIPLE PICTURES FOR OTHER PEOPLE . THEY ARE FLAT TOMBSTONES. I CLEARED DIRT AND TRIMMED GRASS NEAR STANLEY'S GRAVE. HOPE THIS HELPS.
VERONICA
Added by veronica komorny on Oct 09, 2016 5:19 PM
veronica komorny
RE: Thank you
Hi, there was a stone next to Stanley for Clara Zawacki, If you need a picture of it, please let me know.
Veronica
Added by veronica komorny on Oct 09, 2016 11:39 AM
Linda KEOWN
John Crombie
I do not know where John is buried, but I did find a NY death certificate for him from 5/12/1921 in Brooklyn, Kings CO, NY. The Evergreens Cemetery in Brooklyn is very helpful and you can call them and ask questions if you have an approximate date of death. I would start there since his daughter is buried there. Hope this helps!

Linda
Added by Linda KEOWN on Aug 13, 2016 1:21 PM
Terry Meyer Conner
Isaiah McDaniel
Thank you so much for the photo of my 4x great grandfather's tombstone!In the 1950's my grandmother began researching her family and was in contact with family in Xenia, but was never able to find any information on Isaiah's birth date or place or his parents. Would you by chance know any of this? I have been to Pasquotank Co, NC and am still clueless. Thx again for your pictures! You made my day!! Terry Meyer Conner
Added by Terry Meyer Conner on Jun 20, 2016 12:03 PM
bstahl
Mary Hester
Thank so much for the marker photo - I truly appreciate the kindness. Photo volunteers are the BEST!
Added by bstahl on Jun 07, 2016 2:48 PM
B Mowen
RE: Caroline Case
Thank you, I would be very pleased to manage this memorial. Thank you so very much for offering to transfer it!
Added by B Mowen on Mar 18, 2016 10:22 AM
B Mowen
RE: Caroline Case
Thank you very much. I am glad you snapped the photo, it helped solve the mystery of how Jane and Jabez (named in the stone) were related. Much appreciated!
Added by B Mowen on Mar 13, 2016 2:05 PM
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