|Dave Hartong (#47189111)|
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|Dennis Wilson||RE: Barbara Good Duplicate|
It was the right one. Thanks.
Thank you for the edits :)
Added by SC on Dec 18, 2016 2:14 PM
|Dennis Wilson||Barbara Good Duplicate|
It appears you generated a duplicate when you transcribed a photo for Barbara Good in the Flora Haven cem in Tulsa county. What I don't understand is why you used my picture to load in the original memorial? This is against Find A Grave policy and US copyright laws. Please delete the picture and any others you have used in this manner.
|Memorium||Elizabeth Burns Brown|
It 'is one of those "Great Debates" - Scottish wives were known by their husbands names when they lived but returned to their maiden names when they passed away. I loaded these memorials in some ignorance. If I found a husband I did it First Maiden Married - if I did not I just put in the names I had FIRST LAST. Now, when I see a stone or someone who knows them responds I edit them. There is an EDIT box top right corner - There you can request a change if you find any I have missed (and there are a lot) - can add the transcription and other details.
Thanks for taking the time to add the picture - A photo of the stone is the only real evidence of who, what, where and when. I see there has been a lot of activity adding photos to this Cemetery - I am working on a couple more but will try to get a round to linking the memorials in family groups and transcribing - Jo
Added by Memorium on Nov 03, 2016 11:39 PM
|Robert Mitchell||Levi Hartong/Sevilla Yerrick|
Believe I located a missing child of this union named Emma Christina Hartong m. Charles C. Streby
Birthdate 25 Jul 1874 birth year is probably wrong
deathdate 15 Jul 1946 died in Tuscarawas Co, Ohio
married 21 May 1896 Summit Co, OH Charles Streby & Tina Hartong.
Her death certificate list Greensburg as burial location could be the cemetery or the city of the cemetery.
Hope this is helpful to you.
W. Robert Mitchell
(Schlosser/Slusser/Slusher) Family Researcher.
|YankeeGraver||Lloyd and Jean Hartong|
I just transferred their memorials to you. as i posted in my bio i believe family should be with family and your last name cant be any more family than it is. you may use the photo i took for any reason you would like, ancestry or family web sites. Thank you for your volunteer work as i do appreciate it!
THanks for the date change. I don't know why I typed 1979 in there. I have made the correction.
I am wondering how you are related. My husband is the g-grandson of William David Joel, who had a son Harold H. Joel. Harold had a daughter, Marjorie, who is my husbands mother.
JOel is a very hard name to trace because we don't know much about William David Joe.
Added by JoAnne on Jan 10, 2013 3:28 PM
|Jason Walker||Wilbur Hartong|
Dave, I just posted the obit for Wilbur Hartong Sr, and I just realized that I knew Wilbur Hartong Jr. Did you know Wilbur Jr? He was a painter, I used to work at Aster Paint Center near Akron, OH in the early 90s and Wilbur used to buy all of his paint there, he was one of our favorite customers. I accidentally found his headstone at the Greensburg Cemetery last year, I was very sad to see that he died. Anyway, I linked Jr and Sr together. Jason.
|Jason Walker||Park Booth|
I received your info for Park Booth, and I wanted to provide you with more info. You said that he died at Wingfoot Lake, Summit County, OH. The drowning occurred at Wingfoot Lake, which is a lake that was owned by Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company, it is located in Suffield Township, Portage County OH. But following his drowning, He was taken to Akron City Hospital in Akron, Summit County OH, and doctors attempted to revive him, he died at the hospital. I posted a full copy of the newspaper article on his page. Hope this helps, Jason.
|John W. Hospidor, Sr.||A. Delatour #61983685|
A. Delatour is Annette Delatour (Della) Ammerman, daughter of George E. and Mary E. Lindaberry Ammerman.
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