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N. Houston (#47640902)
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J.S. Bush
RE: Levi A. Houston
Levi's parents were added.
Thanks for the information.
Added by J.S. Bush on Jun 25, 2017 6:21 PM
Candace Millsop
Re: Wilson N. Smith
Thank you so much for the pic of Wilson's headstone!! And thanks for all that you do!!
Added by Candace Millsop on Apr 12, 2017 5:01 PM
Kennith & Michelle "Clark" Wetzel
RE: Aaron Miles Wetzel
Hi, Aaron was killed in the Civil War at Halltown. If you want to email me directly please go ahead. I will help if I can on your ancestry.
Michelle
Added by Kennith & Michelle "Clark... on Nov 21, 2016 8:36 PM
AncestryFan
RE: John Beatty in Beatty Cemetery
Hi there- Thank you for the info, I have made the correction. Always a work in progress and I appreciate corrections so that future generations get correct info going forward.
Added by AncestryFan on Sep 29, 2016 11:31 AM
Erica Saltzman Hofer
RE: Horace Saltzman
To my knowledge Horace was only married to marie, he is buried in California.
Added by Erica Saltzman Hofer on Jun 18, 2016 12:45 AM
Marlin Diehl
RE: Spangler
Sorry, I created that before I found him in Roselaen. Loretta Folsom had given me that info. marlin
Added by Marlin Diehl on Apr 15, 2016 8:41 AM
bhd
RE: Donald Robertson d. March 2016
Hi, I transferred his memorial to you.
Added by bhd on Mar 23, 2016 7:28 AM
Ed Poulin
Duncan Stewart [51761422]
Hi there,

Duncan and his wife had a bunch of children besides the ones already attached and Catherine. I did not make memorials for all of the children as I don't necessarily know where they are buried and they weren't part of my ancestry. If you know Catherine's info then you should make her memorial and her husband's and link her to Duncan & Ann.

I guess that, technically, we're not supposed to make memorials for people if we don't know where they are buried. Kind of silly considering you can make memorials for pets! Anyway, that didn't stop me in the past so that is why I made memorials for Duncan, his wife, and their son James back in 2010.

Take care,

Ed
Added by Ed Poulin on Feb 15, 2016 1:44 PM
Dan K.
Barbara Smith
Hi,

I went ahead and deleted the memorial that I had made because yours has all of the information on it. Please let me know if I can help with anything else.

Dan
Added by Dan K. on Apr 28, 2015 7:34 PM
Glen Hammel
RE: Sarah Myers Finney birth
The information on Sarah Finney's memorial is as it was recorded in the 1981 book "Tuscarawas County, Ohio Cemeteries, Vol. I: Auburn, Bucks, Franklin, Sugarcreek & Wayne Townships".

Hardscrabble Cemetery was likely deserted for over 75 years before it was restored in 2000, so many stones did not age well (hard to say what they were dealing with when it was recorded in 1981). It's on private property (on an Amish farm), but I visited it in July when the caretaker invited me because of a local history project I was working on. Unfortunately, I didn't have time to focus much on the cemetery, and didn't photograph all the headstones. I don't appear to have one of Sarah's. I hope to go back when it warms up this year and photograph the rest.
Added by Glen Hammel on Jan 07, 2015 1:02 AM
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