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Amy Lynn Bolinder
RE: Brookside Photos
It's been a great learning experience. I finally found a hobby I like and I like that it helps people. I tried to create as many memorials for the different branches of names for you to work from. The lady at the cemetery was great with feeding me info. I had never been to West Chester Cemetery yet and had been anxious to look for the Rothgaber's just because their name had been spelled so many different ways. I will go back to get the Koebel pictures in West Chester soon. The Koebel/Sanger/Kellner family's that has made their way into Reading and the Cinci area, I wont be able to get their pictures. I generally never go to those areas.It's great to know about your kids at Miami, it is a really good school as you know. Take care, Amy
Added by Amy Lynn Bolinder on Feb 16, 2017 2:40 PM
Amy Lynn Bolinder
RE: Rothgaber/Kellner
Yes, Brookside and I just checked their page they have a phone number listed to get plot info too! Amy Lynn
Added by Amy Lynn Bolinder on Feb 14, 2017 3:13 PM
Amy Lynn Bolinder
RE: Rothgaber/Kellner
I agree with you, the Barbara Maurer does not fit.

I see 3 Kellner's that have death cert that say they were buried in West Chester Cem:

Anna Marie (Rothgaber) Kellner d. Apr 27, 1931, married to John Kellner, daughter of Andrew and Barbara (Beiser) Rothgaber-Informant on death cert- Reuben Kellner.

Ralph A. Kellner d. May 27, 1910, age 15, son of John and Anna Kellner- Informant on death cert- John Kellner.

John Kellner died Oct. 18, 1935, husband to Anna Rothgaber, son of Fred and Eliza (Minning) Kellner.

If you created memorials for all three of those listed in that cemetery I would 100% agree they are there. Then you could requests their pictures, maybe the parents (Andrew and Barbara) are there too. I do not not believe that Andrew and Barbara would be very far away of this area (Crescentville is on the border of Butler Co./Hamilton Co., Ohio).

If someone in that area does not respond to the requests you put in, I will try to manage to get out there this weekend to look for them.

I can't find any more records online. I believe both Andrew and Barbara died between 1899-1909. The only article I found with any mention of them reads as such "CRESCENTVILLE- Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Rothgaber are on the sick list. Mrs. Anna Kellner is spending a few weeks with her mother, Mrs. Rothgaber, who is quite ill." This was published Feb. 1, 1899 in the Hamilton Daily Republican News. This raises questions too, why would Anna stay with her mother and not her father also? Where was he if they were both on the sick list? Hospital? Cared for by other relatives?

In the meantime I will research this further. Maybe I can find their obits on microfilm at the library. I also wanted to mention a few other things- the edit on Louis Beiser will prob not be done soon, the contributor that has him usually just lets edits go through automatically after the 3 weeks of waiting. And the other Louis Beiser in Greenwood, that I haven't researched, has a duplicate that I have alerted that contributor of, but nothing has been deleted/fixed yet. I will keep in touch, Amy Lynn

Added by Amy Lynn Bolinder on Feb 14, 2017 2:09 PM
Amy Lynn Bolinder
RE: Beiser Photos
Jill, very much happy to help. I have a LOT of pending edits to go thru for these family's. If you want any of the obits removed I am happy to do so once all the edits go thru. Right now it is easier to piece the puzzle together with them right there. I am glad to see all the progress, I added a family reunion article on baby Philip's memorial for future reference to find family. If any problems arise, please don't hesitate to edit/email me. Thank you, Amy
Added by Amy Lynn Bolinder on Feb 13, 2017 1:32 PM
Suzy & Rob
RE: Elisha Rowland EDIT
Oops! Thanks for catching that! Do you know what cemetery is referenced on the death certificate. I tried searching but couldn't come up with a name of a cemetery that was anything close!
Added by Suzy & Rob on Feb 13, 2017 8:53 AM
Amy Lynn Bolinder
RE: Spies/Beiser Photos in Greenwood Cemetery
It was my pleasure to fulfill your requests. To the very right of the broad view photo there are two markers, one for mother and one for father. They look they they belong with that family. If you can identify who they are I will gladly upload their headstone to their memorials. Regards, Amy
Added by Amy Lynn Bolinder on Feb 12, 2017 1:10 PM
Alberta Knotts
RE: McClure Memorial
I removed the duplicate memorial. Thanks for pointing it out. Alberta
Added by Alberta Knotts on Feb 10, 2017 11:07 AM
Nancy Lane
Minnie & Sarah Stoneking
Thank you, thank you!!
Added by Nancy Lane on Feb 04, 2017 9:27 PM
David Fauss
RE: Fred Foust's mother link, etc
I FOUND Louis (#15201932) and Elizabeth Foust and their little son Clinton, buried in Oak Grove Cemetery in Marietta and have linked them all, plus their daughter Alice Fouss Jenkins and her husband Harold. This accounts for all 12 of Daniel and Mary Fouss's children. I have compiled a family tree of descendants of Daniel Fouss and also one of descendants of his father, Daniel B. Fauss and wife Philippina. If you want a copy, I can email it to you. My trees do not include the most recent generation or two but are pretty good for the older generations and include all of the Findagrave memorial numbers I can find. (#47827780)
Added by David Fauss on Feb 02, 2017 8:28 AM
Pete Mohney
RE: Isaac Morgareidge
Glad to have helped! I have to admit though, I was just walking the rows and happened to take your photo. It's definitely one of the more impressive markers, especially for one that old.
Added by Pete Mohney on Jan 31, 2017 10:22 PM
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