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|Rick Platt (#47854273)|
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|Phyllis||RE: Edith Eckenrod|
I have been out there a few times and took photos of all stones I could find, so either there is no stone or it's hidden. Phyllis
Added by Phyllis on Sep 12, 2017 8:47 AM
|Connie Bottolfsen/Loftus||Ross Franklin Jones|
thank you so very much for the photo of Ross's gravestone. Very much appreciated.
|howard43614||Re; Stephen Wolford|
Thanks so much for adding the photo.
|CJS||Opal and William Mareches photos|
Thank you very much for the excellent photos.
Added by CJS on Sep 02, 2017 10:42 AM
|Anonymous||RE: grave of Joshua T. Parish|
Hello, Mr. Platt,
I am seeking the grave of my 4th-great grandfather, Joshua T. Parish, who is listed as having been buried in the "Wilson" (also Aerl) Cemetery in Fincastle, OH. He died in January of 1817. His son and grandson (my 3rd and 2nd-great grandfathers, respectively,) are buried in the large cemetery on Hwy 62; William (1813-1900) and John Turner Parish (1838-1912 or so.). I also saw that you had a photo of the grave of John Parish who died in 1865--could you help me decipher what else is on that gravestone? The R.S. Parish who is buried in the Aerl Cemetery was my John Turner Parish's younger brother, who fought in the Civil War in the Ohio 24th Infantry and was killed at the Battle of Stone River (TN) in 1863. John Turner, who was a wagoner for the 24th, brought home his body in the wagon to be buried in Ohio. I believe that Robert Stuart Parish (that was his full name) was born in 1840 or 41. Thanks for your help!
Ruth Ann Parish
Thank you so much for finding his final resting place. Cindy
Added by CindyS on Aug 15, 2017 6:03 PM
|Rose Nath||RE: Epple|
Any time - sorry there was no stone.
Thanks a lot Rick for your efforts! I was just in Crawford in 2015 but failed to visit Blooming Valley, spent my time in Titusville researching the Hibbard family.
I appreciate the work you do and I am off for another trip to the east but I doubt my wife will want to visit the cemeteries again!lol
I will use your Sackett grave photos on WikiTree and my website at http://www.inthechickencoop.us. I will certainly credit you for them!
Best regards and Good Hunting!
D. Scott Lee
In The Chicken Coop
Added by dslcards on Aug 06, 2017 2:28 PM
|ktucker715||RE: John Harper|
You are so very welcome, I could not find additional information for this burial marker.
Family Historian in Training
|Crystal England||Thank you so much for attempting to find the headstone|
For Julia Wilmouth Vittitoe #144650529
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