|Sheryl Mixey||Mary Gildersleeve|
I found Mary Gildersleeve's burial spot on the map of the Fruitland Seventh-day Adventist Cemetery. However, the place is so overgrown with high weeds and lilac bushes I was not able to find a marker. There were a number of wooden markers that the names had washed off of in that general vicinity as well. I hope to be able to get something done about the condition of this cemetery. I am sorry I could not a specific photo of the grave. If you email me at scmixey@gmail I will send you photos of what I saw. Thank you, Sheryl Mixey
|Kathryn Ochs||John L Sherman|
Thank you so much for the photo and your efforts. When you said there was no record of John L Sherman being buried in this cemetery, did you just mean you couldn't find a headstone or that you checked the cemetery records and they have no record of his burial? I have his State of Ohio death certificate which states he was buried there and you said he is listed as joint owner of plot 1, so I am surprised there is no record of his burial.
|Gerald "Jerry" Hobson||John and Olive Dobay, Troy Cemetery|
Many thanks for posting the Dobay photos. I'm grateful for your help.
|Ralph Hammond-Green||John & Frances Boyk|
Thank you for taking and posting the photo of their grave marker to their memorials.
|Linda Welsh||Thanks for the photo|
Thank you so much for posting the photo of the grave of John Welch (Welsh) 46973282. He was my husband's 2xG grandfather. Since we live in Florida and a trip to Ohio is not possible any time soon, we both appreciate being able to see the photo of his grave
|Kennetta Lemon||Chardon Cemetery|
Thank you for your time and the photos of Lida Russell and Ada Howard burial sites. Kennetta
|Ralph Hammond-Green||Clara Belle Nichols Ryder|
Thank you of for taking and posting the photo of her burial marker.
|mommycita||Edson & Melissa Heath|
Thanks for finding and photographing their headstone for me.
Thanks for trying to locate his headstone for me.
|Canfield||Länder Canfield TS.picture|
Dear Lisa:Thank you for Taking a picture of Leander R. Canfield's tombstöne in The Chardon Cemetery taken in March 2013. My Old Computer Bit The düst. It Took me awhile to catch up.
Thank you again for fulfilling my request.
Fred Canfield, a Distant Cousin.
Added by Canfield on Oct 24, 2014 7:29 AM
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