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Jan Bellard (#47390146)
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Bio Photo I live quite a distance from where my ancestors lived, so I am grateful for the assistance of folks on this website for information that I can't get to!

My Boughter, Kreider and Landis families lived in the Lebanon, Pennsylvania area. The Bellards were from Trumbull and Mahoning counties in Ohio. The Moyers and Mooks lived in the Sandusky/Bellevue area in Ohio.

On my mother's side, the Meils came to the Cleveland area from Westray, Orkney Islands and the McLarens were from Kilmarnock, Scotland. The Thorntons and Abels go back to revolutionary war times in New Hampshire and Connecticut respectively and came west to Painesville, Ohio. The Rickett family was from Allen County, Indiana.

I currently live in Rockingham county, North Carolina. I am happy to go into the woods to find "lost" cemeteries here.

Some of the marker photos I took with my old camera are not as clear as they could be. If you would like me to retake any with my new improved camera, let me know.
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Allan Joyce
RE: Roberts Cemetery, Price Road
Thank You!
Added by Allan Joyce on Apr 22, 2017 3:04 PM
Allan Joyce
Roberts Cemetery, Price Road
https://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=cr&CRid=2266973 .

Jan if you are ever on Price Road again, would you please snap a photo of the entrance to this cemetery please. I was recently in Rockingham County, and for the life of me couldn't find it. And I've been there before! It's Amazing how 25 years changes an area. I remembered the old Thomas Roberts home being across the street, but I never could find that either. I wonder now if the tornado in '99 went through there?
Added by Allan Joyce on Apr 11, 2017 9:14 PM
arabianvoice
HELEN
I HAVE MADE THE MEMORIAL A Cenotaph. WHEN YOU ERECT ANOTHER MARKER, LET ME KNOW AND I WILL REMOVE THE MEMORIAL. I BELIEVE IT NEEDS TO BE IN THE DATABASE SO THAT PEOPLE DON'T GET CONFUSED. THANKS, KAREN
Added by arabianvoice on Mar 28, 2017 9:33 AM
arabianvoice
Helen Meil Brown
which graveyard is she acutally buried at?
Added by arabianvoice on Mar 28, 2017 4:09 AM
skye
RE: 116648094
Some years ago, the Lake County Genealogical Society undertook the massive job of transcribing all the existing headstones in the county. Their work is available on line and according to those transcriptions, she has a headstone in that cemetery with her husband Bob.

http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~ohlcgs/willoughby/townc0506.html#Index_Parshall,_Ruth_1
Added by skye on Mar 27, 2017 10:45 AM
Reamey Winn
James Edward Agee #71077783
Hi Jan,
Thanks for transfering James Edward Agee (#71077783) to me. I have added a short bio that you may want to look over.
Reamey Winn
Added by Reamey Winn on Mar 25, 2017 9:10 PM
Jonathan Masa
RE: Lockey Ann Talley
Ah, okay. I see now that her maiden name is indeed Carter. I did a poor read of the bio and saw "married Carter" and didn't realize you were talking about her daughter, not her.

Also, this might be Lockey's father:
Tyre Carter
Find A Grave Memorial# 122885794

I see Tyre Carter in the 1850 census (looks like head of household) and Lokey is listed in what looks like a list of his children.

The woman listed as Tyre's wife (Phoebe/Phebe) can't be Lokey's mother though because Phoebe was born about the same time as Lockey. Phoebe must be a subsequent wife (25 year age difference between wife Phoebe and husband Tyre). They married 30 Dec 1844. Lokey was born 1931.

Thanks for fixing Lokey's last name. :)
Added by Jonathan Masa on Feb 27, 2017 11:22 AM
Pixturmn
RE: McLarens in High Kirk Churchyard
I will send a photo of the map that shows the location of the stone tonight
Added by Pixturmn on Jan 29, 2017 4:34 PM
Pixturmn
RE: McLarens in High Kirk Churchyard
As you can see, the grass was close around the stone. It is still there, just covered up. I will try to find the location of it for you.
Added by Pixturmn on Jan 29, 2017 12:49 PM
Pixturmn
RE: McLarens in High Kirk Churchyard
The photo was taken about 10 years ago by James Adam. The stone may no longer be there but it was then. It is also listed in the MI directory for Kilmarnock/ Loudoun. Perhaps they were not looking in the right location. I believe the directory has a map for all the stone locations. Allot of the high kirk stones are covered with grass
Added by Pixturmn on Jan 29, 2017 12:44 PM
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