|Larry Cook (#47937528)|
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|Debi Fenno||Henry Cook|
By any chance are you related to this Henry Cook? I am related to the daughter of a Henry Cook, Anna Cook, Find A Grave Memorial# 5443991. They were originally in New Jersey. Anna and her husband, Charles Youmans, travelled to Wisconsin, but they stayed in Ohio from 1843 to 1846. This is in between the census records and there are many counties in Ohio to check for records when I don't know where in Ohio they were. I thought that they might have stayed with Youmans relatives, but they may have stayed with Anna Cook's relatives. This is a long shot, but I thought I would ask.
I have more information on Riley Justice as to his wife, his children.
Could you transfer the memorial to me.
Thanks, Nancy Justus Morebeck
|M (Dillon) Goddard||Memorial# 100964670|
This is a duplicate of Memorial# 23783251. The later was created in 2008 making yours a duplicate.
If you look at the headstones they each of a photo of the same headstone
Would you please delete your memorial.
|M (Dillon) Goddard||Memorial# 100964610|
Larry - you note that there are "conflicting grave stone information". for this memorial. Where are the grave stone photos for to show the conflict.
|M (Dillon) Goddard||Memorial# 97917821|
Since there is no headstone can you share where you found the information about John.
Hi Larry. Thanks for processing the edits I sent you for Mount Union Cemetery. And, sorry I threw so many at you in such a short period of time. I was there on Tuesday of this week and took some photos. I still have a few photos to post so I'm sure I will be sending more edits your way as I add them to the memorials.
I noticed that the majority of the memorials created for Union Cemetery were created by you. Did you gather the info for Mount Union from a list or did you go out to that cemetery? The reason I ask is because I'd like to know more about the condition of the cemetery back when the memorials were created. Do you know if the township trustees are aware of the current condition of the cemetery? I was heartbroken when I went out there and saw the destruction.
Again, thank you for processing the edits (and doing it so quickly). I really appreciate it.
Added by Jim on Mar 31, 2016 8:48 AM
|Ralph Hammond-Green||Leverne Cook # 103568360|
Are you by chance related to Leverne? A lady contacted me on ancestry.com who is living in a house built by him. She's looking for old pictures of the house.
|Dolores J. Rush||Counts|
Thanks anyway. Have a blessed Thanksgiving!
|Marsha Martin||Joseph Chew|
We are trying to obtain proof of Joseph Chew's death. (1848) There is an exact date on find a grave and I'm wondering where that came from. A photo of his wife's headstone is not clear, Elizabeth and it's hard to tell if he's buried with her. This information is needed for a DAR application, do you have any information that might help us? Is there a cemetery book that was kept?
|Don Skinner-Noble||RE: Isiah and Sarah Noble|
Thanks for the information. Yes, Andrew was one of the sons of Isiah and Sarah (Wilkins) Noble. I'll keep searching and see if I can eventually find Isiah's date of death.
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