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|Rebecca Johnson Oldham (#47030689)|
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I live in Green Camp twp., Marion co., Ohio. My family has been in Marion co. for about 150 yrs. I research in Marion, Hardin, Hancock, and Muskingum counties in Ohio.|
I will happily transfer to family members. I take pictures to help others with their research, any of them may be used for your personal records.
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|Debbie||Mary J Lake # 151522074|
Thank you for adding her stone, know it means a lot.
Added by Debbie on Sep 11, 2017 1:43 PM
|The Reverend||Jacob Barks|
Dates (or pics)on Mr. Barks' memorial are incorrect. Pic shows an older man. Dates show 1 month old.
|Patricia Hoover Henderson||RE: Ella Thatcher Griffith|
Thank you for the transfer I didn't expect it!
|Marilyn Allen||Rufus Daniel Carr|
Rufus Daniel Carr is my great grandfather. Please add his daughter Anna Grace Smith memorial # 88524295 to him. Thank you
|virginia stevick||James Miller tombstone|
James F Miller of this tombstone was married to Mary Ann Farrance born 1826 Cambridgeshire England James born 1821 Cambridgeshire England.
|Christina ||Della Hamilton in Ferncliff|
Sec 26 Lot 199
Della Hamilton d1956
Ivan Oehler d1954
John Hamilton d1967 no marker
Can you help me try to connect a few family member as I find them ? Thanks ! Delma Lindsay
Per the obit for James David Chard #69492593
it says he is the son of Richard 69134210
and Elizabeth Jane Berry Chard 69480915
marrierd to Lizzie Marie Carr 69492561
son is Rollie C Chard 69480564
and Raymond F Chard 69672962
and Ralph L Chard 69493553
There are two daughters per the obit but they have husband names listed and I am kind of at a dead end right now. Again, thanks !
|Charles W. Sturgeon||Hattie M. Curren Williams - Larue Cemetery|
If it would be of any interest to you Hattie M. Curren was married once, prior to Benjamin C. Williams. She married my Great Great Grandfather Erastus L. Adams on 31 August 1879 in Marion County. They presumably divorced in 1896 after he was implicated in a robbery. He was acquitted of same. Erastus Adams disappears between 1910 and 1912 in West Virginia where he relocated so I have no further information other than he was said to have been killed in a railroad accident, location unknown.
|A. G. Taylor||Nancy Prettyman Messenger|
I am interested in the picture you submitted in September 2012 for the headstone of "Nancy, wife of Orren Messenger. It looks like it has another stone behind it for "Beulah [can't read the rest]". I submitted a picture in 2011 which does not have the other stone behind it. I'm wondering what is the significance of the "Beulah" stone? Thank you!
Thank you for posting the picture of my grandfather's headstone. My 74 year old terminally ill mom was brought to tears by seeing it for the first time since she was 15 years old.
Added by Cathy on Sep 18, 2012 11:34 AM
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