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|Michelle (James) Hembd (#46970591)|
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I just wanted to leave a big YOUR WELCOME message here. It would get too daunting to respond to each and every one of you. I'm just trying to help out family members looking for their family members and fellow genealogists. |
If, you would like to use my pictures you have my permission.
I have uploaded many photographs that I have "touched up" to remove information about living person(s). The reason I have done this is for the privacy of the living individuals.
I do try to include the location in which the burials are at in the cemetery in the caption of the close-up picture of the person's name on the headstone.
If I have added something to a memorial that you do not wish to be there, please ask politely and I will gladly remove it. Please include their memorial number in your request!!
I do transfer memorials unless they are my family. Anyone that has relatives in Ohio (except for my great uncle Elmer James) and would like a memorial that I have made you are more than welcome to have it.
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|Vicki Gowen||RE: Audrey and Lester Wheatley|
I am so sorry that I am replying so late!!
This Wheatley is my daughter-in-law's mother's side of the family. Crystal's mother, Sherrie Wheatley Charbonneau, b. 10 Jun 1951, Bell Texas - d. 8 Sept 2014, Portland, OR (ovarian cancer) is now deceased. Sherrie's ashes have been distributed around the countryside and off the Oregon coast as requested. When her husband eventually passes, I will build a memorial that will include them both (and hope that Garry Charbonneau won't be cremated, too).
Sherrie was the daughter of Rogers Carroll Wheatley, b. 23 Jan 1927, Tobin, Perry, IN - d. 16 Jul 2012, Gresham, Multnomah, OR, buried at Cascade Locks, Hood River, OR, Memorial #116623202. Rogers had married Glen Ellen Siens, 7 Aug 1946 in Quartzsite, Arizona.
Rogers Carroll Wheatley was a son of Lester Carroll Wheatley, #83247148, and Audrey Louisa Neal, #83247200, married 16 Oct 1918, Vanderburgh Co., IN.
Sherrie's husband, Garry Charbonneau, is a cousin to the Baptise Charbonneau who discovered the Louisianna Territory and married Sacajawea. Garry is a descendent of one of Baptise's brothers. Garry's mother had spent her lifetime documenting the Charbonneau connections.
Thank you for your patience in my reply!
|Connie Yokum||Thank You|
Thanks for the photo of Robert Etinne's stone. I appreciate your effort.
|David Erin Butler||Jerry Amos headstone|
Thank you so very much - you volunteers are so helpful to those of us who live too far away.
That birth year on John's headstone looks like it says 1884. That can't be, but the death year looks correct.
Added by CMF on Jun 04, 2017 5:34 PM
|CMF||John Ballow Headstone Photo|
Thanks so much for the photo of John's headstone! Very much appreciated! Was it buried? It looks like there was quite a bit of dirt on it. Can you make out what it said under the dirty parts? Does it look like a headstone or more of a marker for cremated remains?
Added by CMF on Jun 04, 2017 5:30 PM
|Rob M||RE: Smith Austin|
Yeah, you'd think he would be buried in Cave Hill National or in the CSA Sec of Cave Hill.
Added by Rob M on Feb 20, 2017 5:53 PM
|Rob M||Smith Austin|
Sorry to report there's no existing marker for Smith Austin in the location given by the cemetery, Sec. F, Lot 130. I'll add a photo of the site to his memorial.
Added by Rob M on Feb 20, 2017 5:06 PM
|Margaret Sopp||RE: Ollie James|
I totally understand. I think I sent a couple more edits your way.
|Cathy Beaver||Virginia Mae Wade Beaver|
Her father was Chester Franklin Wade. She was born in Troy, Ohio. She moved to southern California in her late 20's where she married Jack Kenneth Beaver and had two daughters. In addition to her two brothers, she had a sister named Elizabeth who died in infancy. This is her eldest daughter reporting. The same daughter that sent you information before. Thanks for doing all the hard work on Find a Grave.
|Eldred Pickett||RE: Doyle Miller|
You're welcome! Sorry there was no stone...
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