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|The Reverend (#46950849)|
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I thoroughly enjoy genealogy and it is my sincere hope that I am able to help someone else in the search for their ancestors.|
I am a confirmed believer in my Lord Jesus Christ and an ordained minister through the Alliance of Abundant Life Fellowships. I believe that because of what Christ has done, we are obligated to do what is right (according to Him) WHETHER OR NOT it benefits us. I believe it is our JOB to glorify God, for no matter how we live our lives God WILL be glorified. I believe that the Lord wants us (Jew and Christian alike) to be a beacon of light in this crazy and violent world. If God is with us, who can be against us and win?
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|Frederick Sieber||Geroge F Jones, Woodlawn Cemetery, Cordington|
I sent a change message pointing to a virtual memorial suggesting he is the same person, but now I am convinced he is the same person due to census 1930 at Cardington, Morrow, Ohio, where he is, so you could turn this over to me and I will fix it up, or you could fix it up yourself based on the info at the virtual memorial mentioned. Virtual memorial is at https://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=66945542.
|Ken Struble||RE: Civil War service of Lafayette Struble|
Many thanks. And if perchance ever visiting there again a look-see at that time. I'm believing from other cases that a previously seen medallion comes up missing the next time. My comment about that includes a cuss word for the thieves.
|Ken Struble||Civil War service of Lafayette Struble|
comment says he was a Civil War vet & he certainly was of the right age to be. But cannot find any record in Pension files of National Archive, gravesites in the Archive, OHio Genealogical list of Struble names, nor in Archive list of all U.S. Civil War Soldiers named Struble. Don't want to give up on search so wonder if any pix of GAR emblem with US flag ever seen by his stone......or if any family records known about his service.
|SHaley||Bark cemetery listings|
Hi, you aphave added three names to Barks cemetery in Marion County, Ohio. CanI ask what you source is on tjese burials? Before his death, Orla Barks was very clear that in 1958-1959 that the remains of the Cemetery were examined for stones and remains pending constructiong of the Twin Fair building. All but two members of the family were found, William Barks, and William Barks Jr. The other family members were removed, with their stones to Marion Cemetery. So I am curious to the authority on these three graves.
Added by SHaley on Jun 24, 2017 7:26 AM
|Alton Loveless||eber Baker|
Dear Brother. I am a researcher of the Free Will Baptist movement of which Eber Baker was a member. I had never seen his photo before and would appreciate its source. Anything you might have of his family, ministry, I would greatly appreciate.
Dr. Alton Loveless
|Julane Crabtree||David & Rachel Alkire|
Hi! I am a descendant of David & Rachel Bennett Alkire and I was looking at your memorial for David (# 65686321). I see there are directions to the cemetery off Amos Road - I went there a few years ago and could not locate the cemetery. I was also told (and there is a photo) by another member that it is the Braxton Co Cemetery. Could you clarify the location for me a little bit more?
|Jon D Eager||Jennie Alkire|
Hanna Jennie Alkire Eager is my great grandma. If my Ancestry tree is correct, Reverend John Alkire is mt 4th great grand uncle. He was saved at the Cane Ridge Revival in 1801.See Jennie's picture on findagrave.com for the Marion Cemetery in Marion Ohio.
|S Reaper||James Madison Smith|
Thank you for taking the time to provide photos on Find a Grave. He was my Gr Uncle and I was able to share the 2 photos with a cousin.
Added by S Reaper on Aug 21, 2016 10:32 AM
|Aaron Davis||Harriett Glenn|
Most of I'm finding is from the 'mentions' of death on daily movement reports of the County Infirmary and later 'Home'. Then it's a matter of looking up the date range in the paper's for obit's.
It's getting there. I've had to track down actual County Home Records from other sources though...
|Tammy M.||Calvin James Ward|
Thank you for creating a memorial for my 5th great grand parents #88038529 Calvin
Ward and Margaret B (Morgan) Ward. Thanks so much.
Added by Tammy M. on Jan 21, 2015 6:10 PM
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