|Janice Byington (#46607209)|
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I have loved recording my family history for about 45 years and teaching the last 15. |
Some of the memorials I manage are family, but it never hurts to ask to have a memorial transferred. Please include your relationship to the deceased when you make your request by using the EDIT button on the memorial you wish to have transferred. If you are related in any way it will probably be yours, unless it has been promised to another (or my family), in which case, the closest related person will get it. In my opinion, the Golden Rule trumps the guidelines, and hoarding is just stingy and small. I firmly believe family should be with family. Thanks for understanding.
Mistakes happen, I'm famous for finger errors and welcome any additions or corrections. When asking for a memorial correction, addition, or transfer, PLEASE use "Edit" then "Suggest A Correction" on the memorial you wish to have updated instead of posting message's on this page. Thanks
Most photos I add have been sent to me with permission from others over the last 40 years and will try to credit them when possible. If you find a photo that you claim as your property I will remove it at your request. My objective in adding photos is to honor these people and to aid fellow researchers with their genealogy, never for profit. You may use my personal family photos as long as you give me credit and you are in no way profiting from them. As far as I'm concerned, headstone photos belong to everyone.
See this website for pointers for taking headstone photos.
I would also like to thank all of the wonderful volunteer photographers. You are doing a great service to digitally preserve these cemeteries, helping to preserve the memory of those that have gone before us.
I am very thankful for all the work those who create memorials have done on the behalf of others, like myself, so we may pay respect to our deceased family members, no matter if we are separated by distance or health.
"Thank you" seems such small words, considering the time, effort, and personal sacrifice that goes into making this great site.
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|RhondaPattonWathen & children||Infant naming convention|
Per the guidelines, no quotation marks or parenthesis marks are to be used in the name fields. I sent edits on memorials where you had (inf dau) or something similar. You declined these appropriate edits. Please edit name to first as Infant, second as Daughter and their appropriate last name. Thank you.
|Frank Dick III||RE: William W O'Bryan Sr # 29290124|
I went by the caption, under the picture, in the Osage Mission Sesquicentennial Book. No one, at that time, knew if the caption is correct or not; or when the picture was taken. Sorry, I can't answer your question. Frank
|Joe||Additional O'Bryans at Oak Spring|
I added 21 additional O'Bryan's at Oak Spring Cemetery. Hopefully some will be of interest to you.
Added by Joe on Nov 03, 2016 9:14 AM
|Joe||RE: Albert & Grace Tolmer # 146350453|
My pleasure, Janice. During my visit to Oak Spring yesterday, I searched the cemetery records for other O'Bryan's that might be there. I found an additional 23 O'Bryans that I will create memorials for when I get a chance. I will let you know when the memorials are complete and you can see if any are of interest and would like a marker photo. Two of the 23 were James and Mickey O'Bryan who I created memorials for with photo's.
Added by Joe on Nov 01, 2016 10:31 AM
|Anonymous||RE: Augspurger Cemetery|
Thank you for writing back.
It's just that there are two Augspurger Cemeteries, in Trenton, OH. The Augspurger Cemetery on Find a Grave has both names of those in Chrisholm and those of the Augspurger Cemetery on Sycamore Rd.
There should be a soultion to this mix-up.
A family member
I have found a list of names of families buried in the Augspurger Cemetery in Trenton, OH. The names I'm adding come from the 1914 Church Messenger Vol 1, #12.
I am sure that two names you have listed are not in the Augspurger Cemetery but are buried in the Chrisholm Historic Farmstead which has a family cemetery. The two are Christian Augspurger (1782-1848) and his wife Katherina (1784-1847). This was their home.
Chrisholm is not listed as a Cemetery in Butler Co, OH. I don't know why but will try to find out.
One of the family
|Dixie Armstrong||Anna Baker O'Bryan Gould|
You have created a duplicate memorial, not knowing that Anna O'Bryan remarried. Anna's original memorial was made in 2009 and there is a photograph of the headstone.
Original Memorial # 39109005
Duplicate Memorial # 113362603
Anna's 2nd husband was John Gould. As a child, she lived with him and his first wife Harriet. I think with further research, one will find that Harriet was probably related to her parents. One of Thomas O'Byran and Anna Gould's children can be found living with Charles Gould in the 1900 census. Charles was a son of John & Harriet Gould. I know this sounds a bit confusing --- I've documented/sourced it on Ancestry.com
|Valerie||Donald and Mary Shannon|
If you can call Resurrection Cemetery 323 887 2024 and get their grave locations, I will be happy to take a photo next weekend.
Added by Valerie on Jul 03, 2016 4:59 PM
|Roseann Nalley- Cahoe||RE: Martha Caroline (Edlen) O'Bryan # 110262627|
Did some checking found Ky death for Charles listed him in Howardstown believe his 1st wife
was already there. made some edits and found some of the kids.
Lavinia Lafollette #117232654
just in case the edits have not been made on
the kids I found
#98646221 #58067130 believe there to be about 11 children.
Hope this helps
|grandmacarol||RE: Walnut Grove Cemetery, Boonville, Cooper, MO|
I'm afraid I can't take credit for piecing the stone together. I simply took a photo of what I found.
As for the other grave, I can only say that over the past few months I visited Walnut Grove quite a few times and attempted to take pictures of every stone in the cemetery (in all honesty, I probably missed a few with some of the "rows" that weren't laid out well). I've already added every photo that was legible enough to identify its owner. There were over 100 that I could not do that for. The only possible way to identify them may be by consulting a rare illustrated book about the cemetery, and as yet, I've been unable to find a copy.
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