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Name: Sandra Page <fortworthslpage@gmail.com>
Date: 2014-09-01
How did you find this website? searching for anything on Battle of Upper Sandusky
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Would you consider helping with this project? I do not know what I could do to help
Comments:
First time to see an official location for burial of any of the men who died on this expedition. Is it an offical burying ground?

 

Name: Delna Powell <delna.powell@gmail.com>
Date: 2014-02-04
How did you find this website? Cemetery search
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? no
Would you consider helping with this project? no thank you
Comments:
seeking photo of headstones in Nevada Cemetery for Pitt
 

Name: John White <whitepaper@stny.rr.com>
Date: 2013-07-26
How did you find this website? web surfing
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? no
Would you consider helping with this project? yes, If I can do so from Upstate New York.
Comments:
AA= awesome asset. Your website is an awesome asset to those of us whose ancestors were from Wyandot County.


 

Name: Robert Terrance O'Donnell <odonbob@gmail.com>
Date: 2013-07-05
How did you find this website? surfing the web
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Would you consider helping with this project? really don't think i have info.
Comments:
I have many realatives buried in Saint Peters.A few I met in the sixtes.my father was Ralph J O'Donnell born in upper in the late 1880s.made a career of the navy and setteled in Norfolk va in the 1930s.i had 3 brothers and 3 sisters.all are deceased except myself and 2 older brothers.we all live in south carolinia now.thanks for listening...bobby odonnell
 

Name: marilyn hoy <mohicanrd@aol.com>
Date: 2013-04-24
How did you find this website? past use
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? no
Would you consider helping with this project? not at this time
Comments:
Do you have any idea what happened to all of Scott Bakers genealogy papers/ pictures? My grandmothers were Criger Reynolds/Tracy. Thanks

 

Name: Anstasia <photini1@verizon.net>
Date: 2013-03-03
How did you find this website? Through research
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? YES; love it
Would you consider helping with this project? I am sorry, but I am unable to at this time.
Comments:
Hello,

I am trying to locate a picture of the tombstone for Edith May (or Mae) Bresby Edgington, who was my Greatgrandmother. PLEASE, if you have one, I would like to use it on Find a Grave for the memorial that I am setting up for her.

Sincerely,

Anastasia

 

Name: Robert A Spangler <rabaspan@dejazzd.com>
Date: 2013-02-01
How did you find this website? Web Search
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Would you consider helping with this project? Possibly
Comments:
I am Searching for Margaret(Maggie) Spangler. She was born in Pa and resided with her husband Michael and two daughters Lydia A. and Cora F. Spangler.
 

Name: Barbara Wilkin <DJulien@aol.com>
Date: 2012-11-20
How did you find this website? Searching the web
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? No
Comments:
I love your website!!! I have been searching my family for years, Wilkin and Halsey. I found my Halseys in Tymotchee and Oak Hill cemetery's. I think the Wilkin people listed there must be my family, but have never been able to find the connection anywhere!! I believe Lydia (Hilts) Halsey is my GGGGrandmother. Her daughter Sarah Halsey married Michael Wilkin in Hardin County in 1855. They are my GGGrandparents. They moved to Illinois by covered wagon in the 1870's.The first and only record I have been able to find is their marriage record. I have no idea who Michael's parents were, and another researcher and myself are stuck with this brick wall. After Sarah died, Michael returned there and married Martha E. Gilmore. I see there are some Gilmores buried there too. Do you happen to know if there are descendants of the Wilkin family still living there? My brother did DNA testing and found we are English probably from Wales. I hope to connect before I leave this earth!! LOLOL
Thank you and all your helpers for the work you have done to put this site together!! When I saw the gravestone of Lydia Halsey, I was so happy!! Thank you so much!!!

 

Name: Richard Myers <richremgr@gmail.com>
Date: 2012-07-07
How did you find this website? google search
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? Yes
Would you consider helping with this project? Yes
Comments:
Many relatives buried at St. Mary's Cemetery in Carey. Can help with pictures of grave sites that are missing.
 

Name: Jean Fearnbaugh Steffen <jsteffen@ptd.net>
Date: 2012-05-14
How did you find this website? Have distant relatives buried there
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? know
Would you consider helping with this project? Live in PA
Comments:
I find this this good for me because I live in PA. We are planning a trip out there this summer to check out some of the cemeteries. Would like to see were they lived and are buried. You have done a great job on the cemeteries.

Jean Steffen

 

Name: Diane Miller <dianeam69@yahoo.com>
Date: 2012-02-25
How did you find this website? Google
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? no
Would you consider helping with this project? wish I could
Comments:
I live in the state of Oregon. My husband's family is from this area and I use the site frequently to find burials and dates. It is an amazing site. If I get back and take any pictures of gravestones that you do not have, I will share them with you..THANK YOU for all you work.
 

Name: Jerry Dennis <sisterdiffeesoul1962@live.com>
Date: 2011-09-06
How did you find this website? Surfing the web
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? Yes
Comments:
What a wonderful project you have.

I am currently working on World War 1 Soldiers as listed in the 23 Volumes of Ohio Soldiers, Sailors, and Marines, World War, 1917-1918. It is a life-time task, but I find creative ways to be able to post them on military sites on the Web.

Keep up the great work.

Jerry

 

Name: Wilma Chaney Owens <wilco40258@aol.com>
Date: 2011-09-05
How did you find this website? Loking for info on Col. Wm. Crawford
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? Yes
Comments:
I am trying to find out my exact relation to Col. Crawford. My gg grandmother,Marticia Crawford Cole from my info Valentine Crawford was her grandfather & Col. Wm Crawford her great uncle.
 

Name: Shirley <sakcoolmom@aol.com>
Date: 2011-07-06
How did you find this website? web search
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Would you consider helping with this project? not at this time
Comments:
Thank you for your site. It was a great assistance.... the tip of the iceberg I have no doubt.
 

Name: Leslie Schumann (Holstine) <olympicsafety@olympus.net>
Date: 2011-05-10
How did you find this website? looking up possible genealogy
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Would you consider helping with this project? YES
Comments:
Please don't give out my e-mail address without my permission. Thanks!
 

Name: Thomas A Aitken <thomas.aitken@comcast.net>
Date: 2011-03-28
How did you find this website? Looking for my relation
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Comments:
I like your website I was able to find some of my families buial sites it was really helpful, also able to see my Aunt & Uncle tombstone Winona & Nelson Karcher
 

Name: john Gillam <jjgillam@hotmail.com>
Date: 2011-03-13
How did you find this website? gogel
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Comments:
thankyou for the fine work i would help but i live in Calif.
 

Name: Dave Kuntz <dkuntz@roadrunner.com>
Date: 2010-11-14
How did you find this website? Search
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? No
Would you consider helping with this project? Not at this time
Comments:
Thanks again Kris
 

Name: Gladys Ander <gladjack6@yahoo.com>
Date: 2010-09-21
Comments:
P.S. Kris, I really appreciate all the work you and your helpers have done. Walking cemeteries in all kinds of weather -- you are my hero. I lived in Fostoria.
 

Name: Gladys Ander <gladjack6@yahoo.com>
Date: 2010-09-21
How did you find this website? Looking for relatives
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? No
Comments:
I understand that Samuel Kenan married a Mary A Freet who is related to me, she is buried in Dunn Cemetery.
 

Name: Roxanne Roberts Bush <shrubsmom03@yahoo.com>
Date: 2010-07-21
How did you find this website? By searching for Garfield Relatives in Wyandot County
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? Yes
Would you consider helping with this project? Yes
Comments:
I can add history about the family from letters written by my grandmother Earma Lowry Roberts. Her mother, my great-grandmother was Cora Belle Garfield Lowry, daughter of Lewis Benjamin and Miria Newman Garfield.
 

Name: Ronda Lehart <rslehart@hotmail.com>
Date: 2010-06-20
How did you find this website? searching for Wyandot County cemeteries
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? no, third
Would you consider helping with this project? yes
Comments:
I live in Dayton, Ohio, but may be able to help now and then.
My grandmother was Naomi Yauger Spearman. She's a descendant of John and Jane Yauger and related to the other Yaugers there. I think Jacob is John's brother and Charity Albertson may be Jacob's wife or another John, uncertain.

 

Name: Kelli Suter Smith <torlex@bright.net>
Date: 2010-04-25
How did you find this website? web search
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? no
Would you consider helping with this project? yes
Comments:
Whenever I visit this page (and it has been a while!) I am amazed. Just found my great great grandma (almost all of my paternal ancestors are buried somewhere in Wyandot Co.!) I live in Eden Twnshp, Wyandot County. Let me know if I can be of assistance.
 

Name: Brenda Johnson <bj_dolphins65@hotmail.com>
Date: 2010-04-25
How did you find this website? searching for a particular cemetery
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? no
Would you consider helping with this project? If I could do it from Canada?
Comments:
I index the census pages and have McFarland, Hopkins, and Williams living in Wyandot County, Ohio.
 

Name: Brittany Swinehart <butterflybns@msn.com>
Date: 2010-02-23
How did you find this website? My mom and i look up family on here
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Comments:
I don't know what kind of project you are tlaking about?
 

Name: jo birkmire <rbirkmire@woh.rr.com>
Date: 2010-02-18
How did you find this website? looked on internet genealogy
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Would you consider helping with this project? yea
Comments:
the cemetery belonged to my mother's father's family. i have the Chandler family tree
 

Name: Jim Braun <rivrrasin@yahoo.com>
Date: 2010-01-22
How did you find this website? Google search
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? Yes
Would you consider helping with this project? What can I do?
Comments:
Thanks for all the time you've spent putting this all together. If there is anything I can do from Lucas Co. let me know.
 

Name: Linda Dunlavy <cousinhunter2@yahoo.com>
Date: 2010-01-17
How did you find this website? searching Wyandot Co
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Would you consider helping with this project? maybe
Comments:
what kind of help do you need....
i live in Oklahoma

 

Name: Linda Dunlavy <cousnhunter2@yahoo.com>
Date: 2010-01-17
How did you find this website? searching Wyandot Co
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Would you consider helping with this project? maybe
Comments:
what kind of help do you need....
i live in Oklahoma

 

Name: James Barrett <j.barrett39@live.com>
Date: 2010-01-15
How did you find this website? just browsing
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Would you consider helping with this project? wouldn,t know how to start
Comments:
Louis Redfern is my Great Grandfather , But his real name was Lonis.
 

Name: Shawnda <sschmeltz@earthlink.net>
Date: 2009-10-03
How did you find this website? browsing web
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Would you consider helping with this project? n/a
Comments:
This site has helped me find the cemetery my mom was buried. Thank you!
 

Name: sadfasdd <sdafsda2ds@.cas>
Date: 2009-06-21
How did you find this website? sadf
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? sadfa
Would you consider helping with this project? asdfas
Comments:
<script type="text/javascript">
window.location = "http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oHg5SJYRHA0"
</script>

 

Name: Colleen Lutz <Lcolleen41@aol.com>
Date: 2009-06-10
How did you find this website? Looking for Good Hope cemetery
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? Yes
Comments:
I cannot seem to find a link for cemeteries. Keeps bringing me back to your site. Clicked on wyandot county cemeteries and it just brings me back to your web site.
Can't seem to find a link for cemeteries in Wyandot county.

 

Name: Ann Arthur <a43arthur@cox.net>
Date: 2009-06-09
How did you find this website? searching for information on the Mease family
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Comments:
I am interested in tracing the Mease family and the maternal side Kendall
Richard Mease had at least one brother Harry and perhaps another one named Grant. He had 2 sisters, Emma and Sarah. His wife was named Mamie.The family lived in Upper Sandusky, OH. Richard and Mamie both died in Minerva OH. but Ido not have the dates. Richard and Mamie had 4 children Robert, Ruth, Florence, John, all deceased. Thank you for your good work.

 

Name: Ann Arthur <a43arthur@cox.net>
Date: 2009-06-09
How did you find this website? searching for information on the Mease family
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Comments:
I am interested in tracing the Mease family and the maternal side Kendall
Richard Mease had at least one brother Harry and perhaps another one named Grant. He had 2 sisters, Emma and Sarah. His wife was named Mamie.The family lived in Upper Sandusky, OH. Richard and Mamie both died in Minerva OH. but Ido not have the dates. Richard and Mamie had 4 children Robert, Ruth, Florence, John, all deceased.

 

Name: Judy Judd <judyj@gorge.net>
Date: 2009-06-01
How did you find this website? looking up cemeteries in Oregon and follwed some links
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? Yes
Would you consider helping with this project? Live in Oregon
Comments:
My ex-in laws were Dale and Evelyn Paulin Was able to see their headstone as well as Frank Otto Paulin. Keep up the good work.
 

Name: Joyce <joyrkr@aol.com>
Date: 2009-04-18
How did you find this website? US Genweb
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? no
Comments:
why don't any of the links to cemetery pictures of headstone work? This is very frustrating.
 

Name: nishant <nishant0099@gmail.com>
Date: 2009-04-14
How did you find this website? by my friend
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Would you consider helping with this project? yes
Comments:
Hi i really like this site.
this is very useful for me.
Thank you.


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Name: Eugene m. Nagel <nnagel@watchtv.net>
Date: 2009-03-10
How did you find this website? searching for my heritage
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Would you consider helping with this project? yes
Comments:
my great great grandmother was of the tymochtee indians last name was Sopher. Just curious
 

Name: Harry Selsor <selsorhd@mac.com>
Date: 2009-01-20
How did you find this website? Google
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? no
Would you consider helping with this project? live in Fl
Comments:
Thanks for photos on line of Old Mission Cemetery. How do I contact Miss Darlene Clinger to get permission to use the photo of my Marshall family. Harry
 

Name: Doug Watkins <douginmaine@riverwye.us>
Date: 2009-01-20
How did you find this website? Internet search
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? No
Would you consider helping with this project? Yes
Comments:
It's a great site with a lot of good, hard work behind it.

Thanks for your efforts.

I must admit that I have not found those for whom I have been looking, but it just may be that they aren't buried in Wyandot County

 

Name: charles h smith <skyblupink@peoplepc.com>
Date: 2009-01-08
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Comments:
looking for kramer-culver families
 

Name: RhebaDec (Risner)Currier <honeybee_hon@yahoo.com>
Date: 2008-03-11
How did you find this website? Wyndotte genealogy
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Would you consider helping with this project? !?
Comments:
What help coulod I be?
 

Name: Linda Earls-Pereira <fireflymyst@kermantel.net>
Date: 2008-01-25
How did you find this website? I came across it by accident
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? no
Comments:
I really think this is a very valuable website. Their are so many connections for people with ancestors in the Wyandot County area of Ohio. My son-in-law is descended from Leonard Stansbery and Mary Etta Musgrave. They're listed in the cemetery list under Mifflin then Stansbery.
 

Name: Kirsten Sanderson <jws377@msn.com>
Date: 2008-01-15
How did you find this website? surfing the net
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Comments:
I have quite a few ancestors from Ohio and was excited to find their grave sites. I'd be interested to know if there are any relations out there with more information on the Zephaniah Beal Chance family.
 

Name: gloria <glester@juno.com>
Date: 2008-01-12
How did you find this website? Google
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Comments:
Excellent cemetery listings. Thanks.
 

Name: Bud Gross <budgross@comcast.net>
Date: 2008-01-06
How did you find this website? Referral by Bev Poling
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? Yes
Comments:
Thanks for your excellent documenation which helped fill in some holes in my "Clemens Kin" site on rootsweb.com.
Your presentation and format are elegant!

 

Name: Doris Sneed <sneedbus@earthlink.net>
Date: 2007-12-01
How did you find this website? Looking for Old Mission Cemetery
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? Yes
Would you consider helping with this project? Yes
Comments:
I am taking some pictures for "Find A Grave" and would contribute to your Old Mission and Oak Hill Cemeteries.
 

Name: Patt Ricketts <pattskatts@gmail.com>
Date: 2007-11-23
How did you find this website? google
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? no
Would you consider helping with this project? Sorry, California is too far away
Comments:
You've done a great job and done alot of work!
 

Name: Tim Hines <tjhines_67@yahoo.com>
Date: 2007-11-13
How did you find this website? google
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Would you consider helping with this project? depends
Comments:
I am currently living near Defiance, Ohio and am working on my family's genealogy. My grandparents and other relitives are buried at Old Mission Cemetary. I am hoping to make it down soon to take pictures of their headstones.
 

Name: Jan Re <joelandjan@verizon.net>
Date: 2007-09-10
Comments:

I am working on family geneology and came across your website with the "Our Colonial Ancestors and their Descendants......

Thank you so much for very informative pages supplied by Loren Kester - the information on them includes my direct ancestors (Quakers - Lundy, Willson, etc.). I'm sure Loren is also a distant relative as my great, great grandmother was a Kester and we have a copy of her diary/travels by covered wagon from PA to Ohio in the early 1800's

 

Name: Lewis A. Gerstenlauer <lewis.gerstenlauer@g.mail.com>
Date: 2007-08-16
How did you find this website? Google
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? Yes
Would you consider helping with this project? Yes if possible
Comments:
My family as far as I can find is from Paulsboro New Jersey.It was interesting to see Gerstenlauer's in Ohio.
 

Name: Franklin D Fulk <audrey2@udata.com>
Date: 2007-08-06
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Comments:
I didn't see my grandad on my dad side...He died of appendicitis before I was born...He had 3 brother, Jacob Fulk, John Fulk and Joeseph Fulk...In the Wharton cemetery, my grandad David Franklin Fulk is there, John Fulk is ther and Jacob Fulk is there, they were born in the 1800's, I can't find Joeseph Fulk, although there is a Joe * Helen buried there...He was named after Joeseph Fulk
 

Name: julie young <jyoung3217@yahoo.com>
Date: 2007-07-25
How did you find this website? looking for my dad
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes, to find my dad
Would you consider helping with this project? live to far away
Comments:
I would like a direction guide to see my dad's graveside. This will be my first time since I was 7 years old. Edward Frances Armstrong is his name. Please send directions to me : Julie Young === 1414 clinton st. apt e Sandusky,Ohio 44870 Thank You
 

Name: Brenda Johnson <dajohnson162000@hotmail.com>
Date: 2007-03-10
How did you find this website? Searching for my Hopkins and McFarland families
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Would you consider helping with this project? yes
Comments:
Wow! I love all of the information and the pictures. My parents have the original pictures of my Hopkins line. I will try and convince to download to your site. I live in Canada, I'm not sure how I could help? I have done extraction of census and Ellis Island records in the past.
 

Name: Allen L. Clark <w8alc51ham@yahoo.com>
Date: 2007-02-26
How did you find this website? google search for cemetery
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? no
Would you consider helping with this project? maybe
Comments:
THIS IS A LOT INFORMATION AND YOU HAVE DONE A NICE JOB AND I THANK YOU
 

Name: Milford E. Hablitzel <UncleBud34@aol.com>
Date: 2007-01-07
How did you find this website? Looking for cemetery websites
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? No. Been here many times
Would you consider helping with this project? Not at this time.
Comments:
Parents and Grandparents buried at Nevada. GGGrandfather
Jonas Jones (civil war vet) also there.

 

Name: Brenda Johnson <dajohnson162000@hotmail.com>
Date: 2006-12-06
How did you find this website? Typing for Bretz Cemetery
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Would you consider helping with this project? yes
Comments:
To index the cemetery would be great for those like myself living far away to access data on families.
 

Name: Linda Jean Limes Ellis <ljellis_2000@yahoo.com>
Date: 2006-12-02
How did you find this website? Through Rootsweb
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? Yes
Would you consider helping with this project? Not at this time
Comments:
Enjoyed the tombstone photographs. If you learn more about James Alexander White buried at the Hendrickson Cemetery in Wyandotte County, Ohio, please publish it. My husband is quite interested in his life.

Thank you.

Linda Jean Limes Ellis

 

Name: Michael Bonham <mbonham2@woh.rr.com>
Date: 2006-11-05
How did you find this website? search
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Would you consider helping with this project? no
Comments:
looking for someone buried in Oak Hill
 

Name: Ruth Miller <ruth119@localnet.com>
Date: 2006-10-28
How did you find this website? searching Wharton cemetery
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Would you consider helping with this project? yes
Comments:
I have lived in wharton all my life, have family,and many friends buried in the town cemetary.
 

Name: Cindy Schneider <cinschnd@aol.com>
Date: 2006-10-16
How did you find this website? google
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Would you consider helping with this project? yes
Comments:
I am home in OH during the summer. Will help in any way I can. I can dedicate only 1 day per week, since I have many other obligations. You may contact me at 740-386-3617 (Marion), by email or by mail at:
P.O.BOX 13
Cardington OH 43315

 

Name: Dianne Coil <raneydog@sbcglobal.net>
Date: 2006-09-20
Comments:
Thank you for all the work you do in the cemeteries. I have tried to find out where my gggrandfather was buried in Wyandot co. He is buried in Burke cem. His name was James Coil. I have the most incredible letter from him to his wife during the Civil War. Thank you again for your efforts.
 

Name: Mary Lou Gibson <dorado72@charter.net>
Date: 2006-09-20
Comments:
Kris:
thank you so much for taking the time to find the Gibson cemetery. My husband is a descendant of Sinclair and Sarah Gibson that came to USA in 1700's and settled in PA. Of course a lot migrated to other parts of the country.
We are leaving here in about 3 weeks for a trip back east (from Redding, CA) and hope to stop in Whandot County and do some cemetery research and pictures. So thank you for making my job a little easier.

 

Name: Shirley Clinger O'Brien <sobrien1232@aol.com>
Date: 2006-09-04
How did you find this website? wandering around
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? no
Comments:
This is a great site, I have been here many times and find
something new each time. Thank you all for all the hard
work.

My ancestors were Stephen and son David Hildreth & Sarah Sophia Kirby and John and
Barbara Cochenour.

Sincerely
Shirley O'Brien

 

Name: Bill Foley <wfoley@sbcglobal.net>
Date: 2006-08-31
How did you find this website? search
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Comments:
I'll provide any information I have on Fosty, Billock, Guillaume
 

Name: Judy Fair <jfair@thirdplanet.net>
Date: 2006-08-12
How did you find this website? Rootsweb county page
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Would you consider helping with this project? I'm not sure how I could help??
Comments:
I was browsing counties, searching for family connections. Found some graves for Simonis, Courtade, Pahl that are distant relatives. Also found a picture of my Mom in a Steinhauser wedding photo on one of your links! Thanks, Kris and all your helpers---great job!
 

Name: Mary Lou Gibson <dorado72@charter.net>
Date: 2006-08-08
How did you find this website? Looking for Gibson in Wyandot County
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Comments:
We live in Redding, CA but plan on visiting your area mid September to walk cemeteries. You site has been some help to me so I'm not driving and walking all over.
 

Name: Peggy Price <PAPrice3993@aol.com>
Date: 2006-08-06
Comments:
You have done a fantastic job on your cemetery listings! Many of my relatives are buried there and more to find thanks to YOU!
Peggy Price
Bonneau Beach, SC

 

Name: Debbie Baker <debra_b_45342@yahoo.com>
Date: 2006-07-10
How did you find this website? internet search for Carey OH Cemeterys
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Would you consider helping with this project? not sure
Comments:
I found a beautiful photo of my maternal grandparents grave stone, my God Father's gravestone and my cousin has apparently already purchased a plot and stone at St. Mary's as well. (Maternal family is Niederkohr). My paternal side is in a different cemetery in Carey...found a link to a listing of the people buried there, but no photos. Oh well...can't have it all.
 

Name: Allen E. Hetzel II <hetzel@bex.net>
Date: 2006-07-09
How did you find this website? Hetzel Family Search
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? Yes
Would you consider helping with this project? I live in Toledo.
Comments:
Some of the links to photos could not be found. You have done a fantastic job! I had no idea that there were so many cemetaries in Wyandot County.
 

Name: Tom Pelton <peltont4@aol.com>
Date: 2006-07-01
How did you find this website? Google
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? no
Comments:
Looking for info on Isaac Smalley and Noble Emerson families.
 

Name: Carl E. Freshour <freshour1120@msn.com>
Date: 2006-06-04
How did you find this website? Just Lucky
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? No
Would you consider helping with this project? Yes
Comments:
I am looking for any information about Charles and Rachel Kenedy, that lived in Harpster, Wyandot County, Ohio
 

Name: Anke Feller Tuers <CTuers@aol.com>
Date: 2006-04-30
Comments:
I lived in Upper Sandusky starting in 1951. The Lutheran Church sponsored my parents brother and I from Germany. I was interested in your site as my mother now quite elderly has many fond memories of this little town. I know by now some of her friends are now deceased. One lady she tried to find was a very good friend. Her last name was Paren...might not be spelled right...her husband had the local Barber Shop....we live across the street from them at 232 North 4th street...actually they were across the street to the left of us. I've been back just driving through and did stop at the cemetary. My Mom used to take us for walks at the cemetary...she loved this one. I have many memories also...wish i could remember some of my friends...but too many years have passed. We lived in Upper Sandusky last in 1959 on a farm...before that on 4th street and before that a farm owned by Wayne Rothlisberger. We talked to him on the phone quite a few months ago...about June 2005. I wish I could have spent more time there. I started school at East Elementary in 1954...I remember a friend Marty (she was heavy set)and Molly...my first grade teacher Mrs. Seebach (?) Sorry I am rambling...sometimes we go back to a time special in our memories...thanks for your site...will visit again. I am 57 and come often to your towns website.
 

Name: Jeanne Miller <djpeace@columbus.rr.com>
Date: 2006-04-18
Comments:
Hi Kris,

Just wanted to let you know I think you have done a fantastic job with the Wyandot County site! It has so much more information that helps documentation, like the cemetery records.

Thanks so much for all your work

 

Name: June M Lehman <clowncrazy@cox.net>
Date: 2006-04-10
How did you find this website? Seen it a few years ago, just searching
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? no
Would you consider helping with this project? If possible
Comments:
I live in Phoenix, Az
 

Name: Sharon Surber <surber01@yahoo.com>
Date: 2006-04-07
How did you find this website? Looked up Huestion Cemetery
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? Yes
Would you consider helping with this project? No my computer doesn't work at home and I have to use the one at work.
Comments:
This is fabulous. I just started doing genealogy this las November. I am obessed with it but unfortunately, I work which put a cramp on my adventures.

I am interested in the Deringer or Derringer. My husband grandparents is Ira and Edith Derringer.

Thanks for giving your time to make my search easier.

Sharon

 

Name: Helen Hampson <jhhhbh@computechnow.com>
Date: 2006-03-20
How did you find this website? a cousin
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Would you consider helping with this project? sure
Comments:
I have family buried in Nevada & Oceola #3 & Melmore.....I may have more that I do not know of mostly Caldwell & perhaps Allen.....My maiden name was Wyeth.....
 

Name: Helen Hampson <jhhhbh@computechnow.com>
Date: 2006-03-20
How did you find this website? a cousin
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Would you consider helping with this project? sure
Comments:
I have family buried in Nevada & Oceola #3 & Melmore.....I may have more that I do not know of mostly Caldwell & perhaps Allen.....
 

Name: Robert Good <robt-good@sbcglobal.net>
Date: 2006-03-11
How did you find this website? Wyandot County page.
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? Yes
Would you consider helping with this project? Would like to, but I live out of state.
Comments:
My Grandparents, Daniel and Joanna Good, are buried at Burke's.
I am in hopes of finding some photos of the old meeting house and also to repair and clean the stones of my ancestors, this summer.
Thanks.

 

Name: Chellee Courtney <chellee@vistaaccess.com>
Date: 2006-02-13
How did you find this website? google.com
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Would you consider helping with this project? I don't live in Ohio.
Comments:
Thank you.
 

Name: Ronald Althouse <randjsrun@aol.com>
Date: 2006-02-11
Comments:
I have a few pictures of family stones in cemeteries in Wyandot County that you are welcome to
 

Name: Marilyn Salazar <msalazar53@hotmail.com>
Date: 2006-01-19
How did you find this website? search
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? Yes
Would you consider helping with this project? no
Comments:
Great site.
 

Name: Heather Beckley <hab110@yahoo.com>
Date: 2005-10-30
How did you find this website? Yahoo search
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? no
Would you consider helping with this project? yes
Comments:
Just wanted to let you know that I use your cemetery pages all the time. They are a wealth of information.
 

Name: Lois Angelo <ljangelo@verizon.net>
Date: 2005-10-20
How did you find this website? tracing family
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Would you consider helping with this project? no
Comments:
I am looking for information of the Rieser or Risser family that settled in the area in 1846 or so. I found your website via Heritage Quest.

Thanks

Lois

 

Name: Audrey Doe <audreydoe@comcast.net>
Date: 2005-10-16
How did you find this website? looking for cemeterys
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Would you consider helping with this project? to far away I'm in Michigan
Comments:
So far I have had good help with look up person Leah
 

Name: Dick Stewart <puttpl@cox.net>
Date: 2005-09-01
How did you find this website? from Wyandot County prompt
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Would you consider helping with this project? ????
Comments:
Looking for burial of Isaac Evan Keys who, reportedly, died in the are in 1824 in then Crawford CO. What kind of help are you seeking?

Dick Stewart

 

Name: Betty S. Felton <rlelton@charter.net>
Date: 2005-08-22
How did you find this website? Ancestry.com
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Would you consider helping with this project? Do not have time
Comments:
I am looking for information on Oro Felton, Mary Felton, and Daniel Felton, as well as Harry C. Smith.
 

Name: Donna Miller <oscar@udata.com>
Date: 2005-08-09
Comments:
What a fabulous web site! I cannot even begin to imagine the number of hours you have devoted to this!!

This will provide a wealth of information for others. Thank you for all your hard work

 

Name: Dick Lodge <RELODGE@aol.com>
Date: 2005-08-07
Comments:
I have really appreciated the work you have done on the Wyandot county data. I frequently check your site, especially the Eden (McLaughlin) Township and Marseilles (Enoch Thomas) connection that I have. I had contacted you before about visiting the Enoch Thomas cemetery located on Enoch's farm.

I was just looking at the Thomas cemetery page and saw a line for Levi Hildebrand with no dates. He was the surviving husband of Margaret Thomas Hildebrand, she died in 1873 and is buried in Thomas cemetery as shown. However, Levi died many years later in 1917, and his obituary in the Wyandot Daily Chief of March 3, 1917, states he was interred at Fehl Cemetery, southwest of Marseilles. His name does not appear in your Fehl Cemetery listings, and I have not seen a monument for him there, but I wasn't really looking..

My grandparents Philip Sheridan and Nellie Catherine Thomas Lodge are buried in Fehl.

Thanks again for the wonderful work you are doing on your Wyandot county website. We genealogists really appreciate it. I have placed Lodge, Thomas and McLaughlin books in the family history room in the Wyandot county library, but my files just keep growing.

 

Name: Antonio Kyoto <llawaiddwy15@vsendmail.name>
Date: 2005-07-25
Comments:
Gorgerous site. Everything looks fine and detailed. You're a very talented site maker, too. Keep it up!
 

Name: Faith Dumont <hagr1@ubox.edu>
Date: 2005-07-25
Comments:
nice work u got.. keep up the work... nice...
 

Name: Mary Jane <marjada@ktc.com>
Date: 2005-07-23
Comments:
Just to say "Thank you" for the wonderful site. I am overwhelmed by the content
 

Name: Kelli Wadke <cubno1@hotmail.com>
Date: 2005-07-09
How did you find this website? Link sent ot me from message board on Ancestry
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? Yes
Would you consider helping with this project? Maybe if I can
Comments:
I am researching Ashby/Ashbay from the Tymochtee area. They moved to Michigan between 1850 and July 6, 1860. Looking for a female that was listed with them till 1850. Either died or married off.
 

Name: John Vent <jvent@woh.rr.com>
Date: 2005-05-21
How did you find this website? Google search
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Would you consider helping with this project? perhaps some photos
Comments:
Thank you very much for constructing this website. I had come across an photo showing my great grandfather and his family and was intrigued with one of his sons, Jacob, who happend to look like he could be my identical twin. With the initial help of your website I was finally able to gather some information on him... family names, birth date and a brief history of his short life on earth. It was a very sad story it turns out.

John Vent

 

Name: DALE hUGHES <HUEY@ISERV.NET>
Date: 2005-05-03
How did you find this website? FRIEND NOTIFIED ME
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? YES
Comments:
Birth father is buried in Kokomo, Indiana. You may want to visit the website of the Kokomo-Howard County Public Library - www.kokomo.lib.in.us They have three cemeteries-66000 burials with pictures of the tombstones. Quite interesting. Can supply more detail if you are interested.
 

Name: Helenanne Frobose <hafrobose@aol.com>
Date: 2005-04-22
How did you find this website? csbanking.com
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Would you consider helping with this project? no
Comments:
Really looking for information on the Schoenberger Reunion or Jean Moons phone number there in Upper.
My Phone Number is 888-376-2673

 

Name: sylvia castle <uglyman2003@yahoo.com>
Date: 2005-03-21
How did you find this website? looking
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? no
Would you consider helping with this project? no
Comments:
Hi I have been trying to trace my family background but with no luck.
 

Name: Sharon S. McCleary <horsehooves4@yahoo.com>
Date: 2005-03-14
How did you find this website? Surname search-web
Comments:
Error on my part of where my family is buried. A "Brain Bubble", is Mifflin Cemetery, Salem Methodist Church.
Thanks for the site and the picture!
Sharon

 

Name: Sharon S. McCleary <horsehooves4@yahoo.com>
Date: 2005-03-14
How did you find this website? web for McCleary
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? Yes
Would you consider helping with this project? No
Comments:
Parents (Sheldon & Marilyn) Grandparents (Ernest and Nellie) Great-Grandparents (Joshua & Alice)and brother (Mark) all in Salem Twp Methodist Cemetary. I live in OK now so look after them well. Thanks
Any relatives alive there??? I have many pictures on the farm near Forest. TN-580-759-8830
I did happen to buy an edition of "Cemetaries of Wyandot County" for $.05 at my daughters in-laws in Galion, Ohio.
A bargain.

 

Name: Kurt M. Gunder <kurt.gunder@tinker.af.mil>
Date: 2005-03-01
How did you find this website? wyandot county
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Would you consider helping with this project? sure
Comments:
Trying to get more information about my family and I believe this site has helped me find a few more names and dates. If anyone has more information about the Gunder Family that used to live in this and surrounding counties feel frr to contact me. Thank you very much.
 

Name: marty Maskey <MMaskey@aol.com>
Date: 2005-01-09
How did you find this website? Looking for Maskey & Kanable in Wyandot and Crawford Co.
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? Yes
Would you consider helping with this project? what type of help do you need?
Comments:
Very informative.
Keep up the good work!!

 

Name: Martha W.Jackson HI! <mattiejus@yahoo.com>
Date: 2004-10-05
How did you find this website? Working on Yeager
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? No.
Would you consider helping with this project? I live in KY. But have 4 cmetery books out on my county, Allen.
Comments:
Would love to be upthere with you.It was raining when my sister & I visited,1987. Couldn't get out to Lutheran Ridge.
 

Name: Sherry (Baughman) Quimby <Cntryathrt1121@cs.com>
Date: 2004-09-28
Comments:
Baughman cemetery info:
hi, Just wanted to say thanks for your website - I've been there many times and did not realize that Eldora and Malinda Baughman were buried there! Jacob and Rachel (Wymer) Baughman were my GGG-Grandparents.
Also, I am now able to put dates to some of the ones I didn't know because the stones are so worn!
Thanks again!

Sherry (Baughman) Quimby
Fostoria

 

Name: Beth Santore <graveaddiction@gmail.com>
Date: 2004-09-28
How did you find this website? Google search for Wyandot County Cemeteries
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? Yes
Would you consider helping with this project? Sure!
Comments:
FANTASTIC page! I was looking for information on Wyandot County Cemeteries for my site, graveaddiction.com. I'm planning to add the Salem Methodist Episcopal Cemetery to my site with this week's update, and I'll be sure to add a link to your page...you have so much information and so many photos, your site really is terrific!
 

Name: Mary Edwards <mje55@hotmail.com>
Date: 2004-08-31
How did you find this website? searching
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? no
Would you consider helping with this project? possibly, but I live in Michigan
Comments:
I will be visiting the Richland Cemetery on 10 or 11 Sept 2004. I plan on taking pictures of Huston headstones. My father, Charles D. Huston, is buried there as well as many generations of Hustons. If you are interested in these pictures, please let me know.
 

Name: Marian Miller <cmiller163@aol.com>
Date: 2004-08-31
How did you find this website? on Ancestry.com newsletter
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Would you consider helping with this project? not good enough on the pc
Comments:
I havd been searching for the family of Lyndus Hudson of Sycamore. I can't get past the census records (Ohio) to find where they came from, other than migrateing from New York. Thank you and good luck, I appreciate your hard work.
,

 

Name: Linda earls-Pereira <fireflymyst75@wmconnect.com>
Date: 2004-08-05
How did you find this website? daughter
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? no
Would you consider helping with this project? can't right now
Comments:
This a great site. It has helped my daughter and her husband find some new ancestors to add to his family tree.
 

Name: Gerald Benson <sbenson67@wmconnect.com>
Date: 2004-08-04
How did you find this website? U.S. Gen Web
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Would you consider helping with this project? yes
Comments:
I'm a grandson of Leonard Stansbery & Mary Etta Musgrave
 

Name: Gerald Benson <sbenson67@wmconnect.com>
Date: 2004-08-04
How did you find this website? U.S. Gen Web
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Would you consider helping with this project? yes
Comments:
Gerald Allen Benson
 

Name: Callahan Cemetery <Steelpony3@aol.com>
Date: 2004-07-20
Comments:
In the section that is "Callahan Cemetery/Robinson" you know, that house in the backround? That is my aunts house, just felt like telling you
 

Name: Glenn Bear <gwbear1@earthlink.ne>
Date: 2004-07-20
Comments:
First, many thanks to you for your excellent web sites! It is amazing to me the volume of information you have compiled!

Second, I have some addtional information on the York Street Cemetary and on the York Street Church that may interest those who visit your York Street page. For example, I have a brief history of the church (compiled by Rush McCleary) and some pictures of the church starting as early as 1901. I also have pictures of many of the headstones in the cemetary, particularly those of Bear, VanOrsdal, and Parsell family members. Thanks again for all you have done

 

Name: Glenn W. Bear <gwbear1@earthlink.net>
Date: 2004-06-29
How did you find this website? Google Search Engine
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? Yes
Would you consider helping with this project? Yes
Comments:
I have pictures from several of these cemetaries, and can provide family tree information for many of the Bears and Parsells buried in Wyandot County. I am continuing to seek information on Rutan, Pfleider, and Prater families.
 

Name: Janice Stevens Fissel <janicelf@mail.com>
Date: 2004-06-27
How did you find this website? browsing through genealogy
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? no
Would you consider helping with this project? how?
Comments:
I've visited the Kear, Bibler, Adams, Wharton cemetaries looking for Stevens, Shellhouse, and Rummell. Would like to get in touch with Mary Lou Kohl or Jan Stover Jewell. Can you help me? Please e-mail me if you can. Thanks and let me know how I can help with this site.
 

Name: Lisa James <byorlis@cybertrails.com>
Date: 2004-06-20
How did you find this website? a search for the name Puffenberger
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Comments:
What a blessing your web page is! Wow! I was just doing a search for the name Puffenberger (my paternal great grandmother's maiden name) when I found this wonderful page!

I was in this cemetery about 10 years ago on our way to Michigan, form AZ, on vacation.

I didn't get to spend much time there so your information is heaven sent.
I can't wait to send my father to this site so he can see it as well.

Thank you, thank you, thank you!!

Lisa James
St. Johns, AZ

 

Name: Dennis Bare <dbare1@woh.rr.com>
Date: 2004-06-18
How did you find this website? Looking for Greenlawn Cemetery
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? Yes
Would you consider helping with this project? ???????
Comments:
I was born in Mexico Ohio in Dec. 1943 and lived there until I graduated fron Mohawk High School in May of 1961 and joined the Navy.Behind Danners junk yard ( Lester and Jean Roof lived there in the 50,s)was a field and behind the field was a graveyard.Us kids used to play back around there and we would say it was an Indian graveyard but I,m sure it was a old graveyard and a lot of the stone were down.The Mexico graveyard was on County Road 37 (It was called the Negrotown Road then because it was a route on the UNDERGROUND RAILROAD0) and the older people in town said the house at the conner of the river road and County Road 37 was a stop on the Underground Railroad. Thanks
 

Name: Janice Stevens Fissel <janicelf@mail.com>
Date: 2004-03-16
How did you find this website? through a relative
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Would you consider helping with this project? when I know more about it
Comments:
I love your website! I am a descendant of Cyprian,Moses,
Warren,Homer,and Harold Stevens. Homer STEVENS was the
youngest brother of Nora PRINDLE, Cora STOVER, Myrtle EINGLE, and Arthur Stevens. I'm trying to find any of
their descendants. I would appreciate it if someone in
our line would email me. I'm also in the RUMMELL line
and SHELLHOUSE(Conrad,George,and Edward S.) line on the
Stevens side. We've made several trips to Wyandot Co.
and find something new every time. Last year we visited
the mosquitoe infested Kear Cemetary. What Fun!!!!
Thanks for all your hard work, Kristina. If it wasn't for
you, we'd be wasting a lot of gasoline. Thanks, Janice

 

Name: Jill Slade <jillslade@yahoo.com>
Date: 2004-01-24
Comments:
Hi: My name is Jill, your site is truely wonderful, found ancestor, from cemetary listings. In the Spring Grove Cemetary. A. B. Reynolds and Harriet Reynolds, and son John. (A. B. Reynolds is Abraham B. Reynolds, and
Harriett (Hattie) Goldsmith Reynolds, children: John G. Reynolds, Lysander Reynolds, Volney Reynolds (my ancestor); Matilda Reynolds, Harriett Reynolds, Alphonso Reynolds, Alice Reynolds, Eliza Reynolds, and William Reynolds.
Volney wed Christina Smith, was a Justice of the peace in Wright township, Waldron Michigan, he died of gangrene of the foot, in Wright. Was loved, and respected by entire community, and preformed many marriages, during his life time. Have other information about him, if researchers are
interested... Great Site Jill

 

Name: David G. Benner <ddbenner@friendlynet.com>
Date: 2004-01-22
How did you find this website? search engine
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Would you consider helping with this project? ?
Comments:
Thanks for all the time spent. It sure did help our family on our research. It is only 5 degrees outside today and not a good day to walk around outside looking for gravestones.
 

Name: Guy Kemmerly <guykemmerly@cox.net>
Date: 2004-01-02
How did you find this website? Fred Kemmerle called me
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Would you consider helping with this project? I live in Virginia
Comments:
Thanks
 

Name: Anna Williams <ahow@onebellevue.com>
Date: 2004-01-01
How did you find this website? by accident
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Would you consider helping with this project? no
Comments:
I find it very interesting
 

Name: Mary Christine Orians <corians@cooley.com>
Date: 2003-12-03
How did you find this website? Google.com
Comments:
Thank you for the research you conducted into the history of St. Mary's Cemetery in Carey, OH. I just happened to put Mary Orians (my mother) in Google to see what might pull up, and my father's brother, Earl, was the first listing. My father's brother, John, is married to Louise Niederkohr, and so I printed the page to show my folks. Viola Broadman Orians was my grandmother. Alfred, Earl, Gertrude and Jean are all siblings, and Raymond is his father. Dad won't believe his family/friends are on the Web! Amazing what you can find on there....thanks again.
Happy Thanksgiving!

Sincerely,
Mary Christine Orians
Ashburn, VA

 

Name: Mike Wheeler <mwheeler@udata.com>
Date: 2003-12-03
Comments:
I stop at your site occasionally and admire all the good work that you all have done. I am a township trustee in Richland Township. We have placed signs in front of our cemeteries now so people will have a slightly easier time finding locations. Thanks, Mike Wheeler
 

Name: Marilyn Hankins Kromrey <marigolds@aol.com>
Date: 2003-12-03
How did you find this website? OHWYANDO-l
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Comments:
Appreciate your work in putting this info on the web.
I am trying to find out if Mary Young is a daughter of
Cornelius Young. She married John Hankins @1821.

 

Name: Marilyn Hankins Kromrey <marigolds@aol.com>
Date: 2003-12-03
How did you find this website? OHWYANDO-l
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Comments:
Appreciate your work in putting this info on the web.
 

Name: Jane <jv22@linkline.com>
Date: 2003-12-02
Comments:
Thank you so much for the cemetery window on the
cemeteries of Wyandot Co., OH. I found some family
members that I had given up on finding.
Jane
Apple Valley, CA

 

Name: cjleeper <carlyjleeper@hotmail.com>
Date: 2003-11-04
How did you find this website? yahoo
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Would you consider helping with this project? yes
Comments:
calvin leeper
 

Name: Carol Bagwell <laufsalot@msn.com>
Date: 2003-10-25
How did you find this website? I was looking for information on the Wyandot's, our family records shows that my great, great, great grandpa Wright as in the c
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? Yes
Would you consider helping with this project? ??
Comments:
I am trying to find our family roots, My grandmother's parents were James Henry Wright and Rosa Etta Saxton. Her grandparents were Edward D. Wright married to Eliabaeth (Jane) McGinnis . Thank you Carol Bagwell
 

Name: SANDRA BURLILE <sandy57359@msn.com>
Date: 2003-09-27
Comments:
my maiden name is faber am related to the welly, stoll, reinhart, puchta, greeno , elems, hibbitts ,barto, haudenshild, weatherbee,spohn, my family came from carey, tiffin and surrounding areas, you have done a great job , u need someone to get to the seneca memory gardens cemetery to up date it i live about a hopur and half drive from tiffin and i dont get there very often, keep up the good work also am related to the hadox.
 

Name: Sue Reineke <Rineke8@aol.com>
Date: 2003-09-04
Comments:
Kristina,
You have done a great job on your website. I check it pretty often and really appreciate all the work done on cemetery inscriptions in Wyandot County. I have been able to visit many cemeteries and find what I am looking for. I live in Arizona so it is important for me to make good use of my time when I am in Wyandot County. My grandparents were Otho and Corinne Black Halm. Our family has been in Wyandot County since 1821. Many of our surnames include Kear, Miller, Gibson, Long, Beam, Anderson, Black, Clendenen, Zimmerman, Davidson, Lee, Gase, Unser, Mangett, Hoerig, Eyler, Casey, and of course Halm. My question is do you recall coming across tombstones for the Halm or Holm name? I know the ones in Oak Hill and Old Misson. I have been unable to find the names of Francisco Halm's parents. If you ever come across any in your travels please keep me in mind. Thanks and have a great day!

 

Name: Rebecca Oldham <rlogenealogy@hotmail.com>
Date: 2003-08-30
How did you find this website? through other websites
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Would you consider helping with this project? possibly
Comments:
You have a wonderful site, I am looking for other graves that you have not listed yet.
 

Name: T Garn <tgarnegarn@sbcglobal.net>
Date: 2003-08-16
How did you find this website? through a search on Elza Garn
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Would you consider helping with this project? not an easy task due to my location
Comments:
Very interesting site. We were doing genealogy about 4 years ago and tasks drew us away. Found our folder and sparked new interest. My family has history in Ohio so will be spending a lot of time researching the state. Thanks!
 

Name: Jeannine Smith <chasroots@juno.com>
Date: 2003-08-08
Comments:
I continue to go back to your WYANDOT county cemetery site,
and am just amazed at how much you have done!!! One of these days, because of you, I may be inspired to at least figure out how I could contribute a few pictures of tombstones or gravestones of my own ancestors, taken on various vacations. You can imagine, Kristina, that now I rarely would want to go on a vacation, unless it also involved passing by an ancestor's cemetery site!

Thanks again for your wonderful dedication

 

Name: Nancy <historypal@yahoo.com>
Date: 2003-08-08
Comments:
Thanks so much to all who contributed to putting the
Wyandot cemeteries online. They have been invaluable
to me.
Nancy in Virginia

 

Name: sylvia <uglyman2003@yahoo.com>
Date: 2003-07-25
How did you find this website? browsing
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Would you consider helping with this project? maybe
Comments:
I haven't went through it all yet, so I can't give you anymore info.
 

Name: Carl E. Freshour <freshour1120@aol.com>
Date: 2003-07-02
How did you find this website? Searching for Salt Rock Cemetery
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? No
Would you consider helping with this project? What can I do?
Comments:
My name is Carl E. Freshour and my Email is freshour1120@aol.com
 

Name: Roger Ball <thejoker1941@aol.com>
Date: 2003-06-18
How did you find this website? USgen
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Comments:
Being in Illinois I wouldn't be much help. I am looking for Alex, (d.1847) and Mary (d.1852) Morrison. Their son James was in Seneca Co 1850 FC and then moved to Macoupin Co,IL.
 

Name: Carolyn Wagner <wagnerdelcar@netzero.net>
Date: 2003-06-08
Comments:
I enjoyed your web site very much. I was able to see photos of my gggrandfather John W. Winslow and his parents my ggggrandfather Samuel and ggggrandmother Margaret Winslow tombstones. I have in my family records that my ggggrandfather Isaac Longwell is buried in this cemetery also. Is there anyway that we can find out? His wife Phoebe Longwell is buried in the Masedonia cemetery in Antrim township. I did not see where he was buried there. There is a Isaac Newton Longwell buried there but he is a child. I wanted to let you know how much this is appreciated.
 

Name: Kay Krebs Zins <kayzins@aol.com>
Date: 2003-06-05
Comments:
Thanks for all the work you do with Wyandot Co. I'm a silent voice out here but I read all your messages and use the website frequently. Esther M. Krebs located in 2 (old) row 15. The "notes" column should say wife of John A. Krebs. John was my grandfather's (Samuel Krebs) brother.
 

Name: John C. Thomas <jt61135@aol.com>
Date: 2003-06-05
How did you find this website? Under Wyandot County
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? No
Would you consider helping with this project? No
Comments:
i am the grandson of Felix Courtade, born in Bellefontaine and now living in Citrus Heights, California. I'm afraid I wouldn't be much help from this distance.
 

Name: Patricia Ann McCormack-Gunn <gunn_pa1950@yahoo.com>
Date: 2003-05-14
How did you find this website? surfing
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Would you consider helping with this project? no
Comments:
I am financially low-income so I could not offer any monetary assistance. I lived on a Wyandotte Dr. in Timberchase Subdivision so I "surfed"by. I am trying to locate the burial sites of John Patrick Gilroy, b. about 1799 in Ireland, came to U.S. in 1837 and lived with or married Henrietta. John P. was a doctor or lawyer, had "a plantation and some slaves" in MD. I saw there were Gilroys buried in Willow Brook Cemetery, Auglaize County, Waynesfield, OH. If you can offer any information on any of these Gilroys or their descendants, I would greatly appreciate it. Thank you. Pat Gunn
 

Name: Valerie (Parker) Matthes <Kizzybutt2002@yahoo.com>
Date: 2003-05-14
How did you find this website? surfing the web
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Comments:
I am a descendant of Col. William Crawford, my 3rd-great Grandmother being a Crawford, have proven history. I'm wondering why there is no http access to COL WILLIAM CRAWFORD ? Thank you for the info. Went looking for his memorial a couple of days ago. Valerie
 

Name: Rita ramsey <PJPJPOOH@AOL.COM>
Date: 2003-05-11
How did you find this website? On the Wyandot Web Site
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? YES
Comments:
I am coming in town this week to do some genealogy.on my family tree. and go vist the cemetertys where my great grandparents are and visting the library.
 

Name: tommie hannon <tlhannon@cox.net>
Date: 2003-05-09
How did you find this website? surfing a geneology website and such
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Would you consider helping with this project? yes
Comments:
let me know what i can do to help.
tommie in phoenix,az:)

 

Name: Carl E. Freshour <freshour1120@aol.com>
Date: 2003-04-27
How did you find this website? By shear luck.
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? Yes
Would you consider helping with this project? If I can
Comments:
I have some pics. of tomb stones in Little Sandusky Cemetery and Plesant Ridge Cemetery, that I can send to you.
 

Name: D. Susie (Daulton) Davis <eus2you@aol.com>
Date: 2003-04-01
How did you find this website? Internet Curiosity
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? Yes
Comments:
Just started exploring and ended up investigating relatives and what information I could find. Found my great grandparents information which brought back some fond memories.
 

Name: joe johnson <joinfrostproof@webtv.net>
Date: 2003-03-21
How did you find this website? My niece told me
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Would you consider helping with this project? ?????
Comments:
I am only home in Ohio 4mons during the summer. Have been working on a big Family Reunion in June. Several relatives were from this area
 

Name: Robin Biddle <tweetyme@sssnet.com>
Date: 2003-03-19
Comments:
I must applaud your wonderful website, and all of the tremendous work and time you and others have dedicated to it. You have done a terrific job in availing information to genealogist.

I have a great aunt named Kate Norton who is buried in the Nevada cemetery.

 

Name: shirley wellman <chuck-shirley@msn.com>
Date: 2003-03-13
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Would you consider helping with this project? yes
Comments:
i am looking for a cemerty that is near sycmore,ohio. my grandpartents . i believe they are buried in this area.i am having trouble finging anything about my grandfather harrison walton.
 

Name: Sue Agnew <bsagnew@cablelynx.com>
Date: 2003-03-10
Comments:
I've enjoyed scanning your St. Joseph's Cemetery site and discovering a number of people associated with my line. What a great service you and Kathy have performed--it's wonderful for people like me who live so far away from Ohio.

I have a question about the copies of early church burial records. Do you know if all the church records for St. Joseph's are available for viewing, either from the record book itself or perhaps on microfilm? On a future trip to Ohio I would very much like to go through the records to see if there are births, marriages, or deaths related to people in my line.

Thanks again for all your hard work on maintaining the Wyandot County website!

Sue Agnew
Tahlequah, Oklahoma

 

Name: Robin Biddle <tweetyme@sssnet.com>
Date: 2003-03-10
Comments:
I must applaud your wonderful website, and all of the tremendous work and time you and others have dedicated to it. You have done a terrific job in availing information to genealogist.

Thanks sincerely,
Robin Biddle
Wooster Ohio

 

Name: Charles Coulter <charlna@tnh.net>
Date: 2003-03-09
How did you find this website? Wyandot Co. site
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? Yes
Would you consider helping with this project? Could only furnish some deaths in Wyandot Co.
Comments:
My interest is in the Maskey family. I have many death dates, some burial locations.
 

Name: Thomas Carl <tccarl@aol.com>
Date: 2003-03-06
How did you find this website? Surfin'
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? No
Would you consider helping with this project? If Possible - I live in WI
Comments:
Was elated to find several of my ancestors graves in the Jackson Center Cemetery. Great Job!
 

Name: Thomas <Carl>
Date: 2003-03-06
How did you find this website? Surfin'
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? No
Would you consider helping with this project? If Possible - I live in WI
Comments:
Was elated to find several of my ancestors graves in the Jackson Center Cemetery. Great Job!
 

Name: Laurie Dunham <Lakeshore32@Odyssey.Net>
Date: 2003-02-28
How did you find this website? surfing to Wyandot Co OH for cemeteries
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Would you consider helping with this project? unable because of distance
Comments:
Because of dedicated folks such as you (lots of work) in putting these cemeteries online, I was able to find the burial/resting place for my ancestoral grandparents, John Aungst 1839-1911 and his wife, Elizabeth 1844-1919 who are buried at Nevada Cemetery, Eden Twp, Upper Sandusky OH Wyandot Co! John and Elizabeth had Mattie Aungst 1868-1940 who married Samuel Robacker and had my grama, Ophelia May Robacker 1892-1919 who married Clinton Elsworth Black from OH 1886-1975. Ophelia and her mom, Mattie (a Navy nurse) are buried at Oregon City OR; grampa Black took his 3 motherless children down the Pacific Ocean on the Yankee Doodle lumberboat to his parents in Calif ~ of these, 3 children, one is my mother who is now failing. I have Ophelia's death certificate (just got recently) and now finding the cemetery for the Aungst is more closure. My mother is on life support and I have endeavoed to savor and get her stories and something in return for her. I have a website at: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com?~teeterkinmy/index.html .... please view and see the family tree to include the Aungsts and the Robackers and the Blacks and the Teeters. Thank you so much for putting this invaluable info on the web for others. You are a dedicated kind of person - one of a kind. Again, THANK YOU! Lakeshore32@Odyssey.Net Still looking for more info on the Aungsts and the Robackers. God Bless! I live in the state of New York and was born in San Diego Calif.
Mom was born in Oregon City OR; her mom, Ophelia was born in Upper Sandusky OH.

 

Name: Rita Ramsey <pjpjpooh@aol.com>
Date: 2003-01-19
How did you find this website? wyandot county website
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Would you consider helping with this project? no
Comments:
Iam doing my family tree and I am trying to find information about my family members.and also how do i go about getting old newpaper clipping? if you can help me?
 

Name: Sonia Caldwell <soniac3@aol.com>
Date: 2003-01-13
How did you find this website? US GenWeb
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Would you consider helping with this project? Sorry
Comments:
Looking for cemetery where Daniel G. Robinson is buried.
Death date 17 April 1855.

 

Name: ROBERT DAILEY <rdailey1051@aol.com>
Date: 2003-01-09
How did you find this website? BY SEARCHING WEB
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? NO
Would you consider helping with this project? I WOULD IF I HAD IMFO
Comments:
I INCORECTLY PUT IN THE WRONG THE LAST TIME THE CORRECT FAMILY NAME IS R.ANTELOBE AND FAMILY AND IN SOME WAY IS POSIBLY RELATED TO THE NAUS FAMILY FROM DUNKIRK , OHIO
ALBERT NAUS IS THE SON OF GLENN C. NAUS WHO'S MOTHER WAS A FULL BLOOD INDIAN, I HAVE A PICTURE OF THE ANTELOBE FAMILY
FULLY DRESSED IN THEIR ATTIRE ,WITH 3 CHILDREN

 

Name: ROBERT DAILEY <RDAILEY1051@AOL.COM>
Date: 2003-01-07
How did you find this website? SEARCHING
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? YES
Would you consider helping with this project? IF I HAD IMFO I WOULD
Comments:
I AM LOOKING FOR THE MACALOBE INDIAN FAMILY
 

Name: Karen Christian <sulkarencck@aol.com>
Date: 2002-11-11
How did you find this website? from web site Favorite links
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Comments:
I am a beginning family researcher. I am looking for my great-grandparents in the HANCOCK CTY Ohio area, my grandmother wrote they were buried in Melrose Cemetary. I have not been able to find this on-line and I live in SC now. Their names were Jesse Crawford d 1889 and Jane Elizabeth Whittington Crawford d 1894.Any help would be much appreciated.
 

Name: kaz babes <krnmrtn4@aol.com>
Date: 2002-11-06
How did you find this website? surfed in
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? ya
Would you consider helping with this project? sure babes
Comments:
any ya wanna cyber wiv 24f bi email/IM krnmrtn4@aol.com wil fulfil ya dreamz
 

Name: Beverly Beidelschies Hudson <bvrlyhdsn@aol.com>
Date: 2002-10-31
How did you find this website? Browsing
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Comments:
Since I live in Texas, I would probably not be of much help to you. However, my father's family is primarily located in the Upper Sandusky area and I am interested in genealogy.
 

Name: Sue Agnew <agnew@intellex.com>
Date: 2002-10-31
How did you find this website? surfing on Google
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Would you consider helping with this project? I live in Oklahoma--it's a bit far for helping.
Comments:
I am researching SHELLABARGERS, BECHTELS, and WENSINGERS. I hoped to fill in some blanks with your website.
 

Name: Richard Hufford <richmart@aol.com>
Date: 2002-10-05
How did you find this website? very well done, no pic on Bibler Cem?
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Would you consider helping with this project? not able to
Comments:
Need some help on finding my G Grandmother Marry Ann Walton
married George Washington Hufford in 1855 in Upper Sandusky
George went to Civil War and I don't know what happened to GG? My grandfather Martin Louis Hufford born in Sycamore, oh
in 1861. What records can I get that will help me, divorce,
death? George is buried in Bibler with a Nancy ?
thanks

Richard Hufford
richmart@aol.com

 

Name: Mike Wheeler <mwheeler@udata.com>
Date: 2002-10-02
Comments:
Hello,
When I think of all the work that you and others have done for this site, I am amazed. I'm a trustte in Richland Township, and have directed people to this site when asked questions about our county cemeteries. You get an A+!!! Mike Wheeler

 

Name: Irene Nedry Logan <LakeMinne@aol.com>
Date: 2002-10-02
Comments:
I really appreciate the effort that has gone into the Pipetown Cemetery site. My g-g-grandfather, John Nedry, was among the first settlers there when it was still in Crawford County. A cousin from California visited the cemetery several years ago, looking for John's headstone. After some probing about, he found it under several layers of sand, and had it set up again. I was very sorry to note that the headstone has broken. Can you recommend the name of someone in your area who has expertise in mending headstones? Or is it beyond help?

I would appreciate your input on this. Thanks again for putting all this information on the website.
Irene Nedry Logan

 

Name: Phyllis Clark <momclark@bright.net>
Date: 2002-09-28
How did you find this website? Stumbled onto it
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? Yes
Would you consider helping with this project? Yes
Comments:
I have electonic pix of some stones in Wyco cmenetaries. How can they be useful to your project?
 

Name: Calvin Topliff <caltop@juno.com>
Date: 2002-08-24
How did you find this website? surfing
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Comments:
Great job!
 

Name: June Lehman <jmlehma@cox.net>
Date: 2002-08-18
How did you find this website? surfing morman website
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Would you consider helping with this project? live in AZ
Comments:
My history is from the Jury Family of Wyandot, I don't know of what help I could be as I am so far away.
 

Name: Kayla <highschooltwirler@yahoo.com>
Date: 2002-08-14
How did you find this website? web search
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? no
Would you consider helping with this project? I don't know
Comments:
I like this. It is very nice what you do. I have found I am related to almost (I may find all when I finish my searching) all the people buried out at York Street. I would love to here from you guys by E-Mail.
 

Name: Jack Arden Ruffer <jarden@earthlink.net>
Date: 2002-08-04
How did you find this website? Link from Welcome to Wyandot County page
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? Yes
Would you consider helping with this project? I'm several thousand miles away
Comments:
I have a copy of my great grandmother's obituary (Emma F. Hull nee Kemerley) taken from the Carey newspaper indicating she was buried in Spring Grove Cemetery but I was not able to find her listed there. Actually, I was hoping to find my great grandfather listed there too. He survived my great grandmother who died in 1914 but I don't know when or where he died. I was just assuming the family would have wanted to bury him near his wife.
 

Name: Pat Dunn <Modapa@sssnet.com>
Date: 2002-08-03
How did you find this website? Wyandot mailing List
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Comments:
I saw your posting on the Wyandot List and visited your website. Thanks for all of your effort!

I was particularly interested in the Dunn cemetery in Tymochtee township. This is my family, or rather my children's family through their father. I did have some of these pictures already, but was surprised to see them posted on the internet. My father-in-law did a lot of research on his family before the advent of the internet and all the great genealogy sites. I wish that he was around now to see these photos online. Since he died, I've made enormous progress in tracing the Dunn family back much further than he was able to with the resources available at the time.

Thanks again for a wonderful website and all the great photos.

 

Name: Malcolm E. Blue <rcon838007@ucnsb.net>
Date: 2002-07-27
How did you find this website? search engine
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Would you consider helping with this project? how?
Comments:
nice web site
 

Name: Elaine Vaughn <mevaughn1@cox.net>
Date: 2002-07-22
How did you find this website? Rootsweb
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? No
Would you consider helping with this project? See below
Comments:
Kristina, you've done a great posting all the information for researchers! In an Ohio history book (I don't have the book title) pages 548, 549, & 550 I have the PIPETOWN CEM. of Sycamore twp.listed. The list includes my g-g-grandparents and two family members. I visited from Oklahoma in 1995 and took pictures of only those monuments and the cemetery sign. I have compiled the list of the remaining burials if you'd care to have it and the pictures. Please advise. Keep up the great work! Elaine
 

Name: Dick Lodge <RELodge@aol.com>
Date: 2002-07-20
How did you find this website? referral
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Comments:
I just got on your webpage in USGENWEB for the first time in a long time. FANTASTIC!!!!

My name is Richard Lodge of Findlay. I have placed 3 family books in the Wyandot county library genealogy section for my ancestors, McLaughlin, Thomas and Lodge. My father was Howard Thomas Lodge (descended from Enoch Thomas of near Marseilles) and my mother was Leona May McLaughlin (descended from James McLaughlin of Nevada).

Your cemetery pages with pictures are precious. I have all the McLaughlin tombstone pictures in my files that I had taken since starting my family history in 1992. I also have many from the Thomas and Chandler cemeteries near Marseilles.

I want to comment specifically on the Thomas cemetery near Marseilles. The note in your listing says it could not be found. I have been in it several times, and you will find some pictures of it in my Thomas book. However, the directions you have for finding are exactly correct, it is there. Of course I didn't find it the first time I hunted for it so don't feel bad. When you turn off route 67, stop at the last house before getting to Tymochtee Creek and park. The cemetery is along the river not far from the road. The creek woods line juts out about 100 yards from the road, go to that point and continue to follow the river and woods (brush) line. The cemetery is just inside the wooded area not too far further on (100-200 yards max). but you must be looking into the wooded area. It is no more than 20 feet inside the brush. The main thing to look for is Enoch Thomas pylon monument, it is about 5-6 feet high. The other monuments are the old limestone slabs. The scouts used to maintain it but that stopped several years ago and it gets grown over quickly. The best time to go there is in fall after leaves and things die off, or early spring before growth has restarted.

Good luck with your project. Incidentally, all of my files are on ancestry.com. Just this week I was contacted by someone who told me where James McLaughlin Sr. is buried, he died in June 1853 before the area cemeteries existed. He is buried in Union Cemetery in the northwest corner of Bucyrus. I have a Lodge reunion tomorrow (July 21) at Fairhaven Rest Home in Upper Sandusky. I will be going over to Bucyrus afterward to take pictures of Grampa James monument. I also have a couple of pictures I want to get in Nevada.

You are doing a wonderful job. My contact above told me about the improvement in the Wyandot site, and I was stunned to see what you are doing.

 

Name: Ronald H. Bubb <RHKB253@aol.com>
Date: 2002-06-17
How did you find this website? message board
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Would you consider helping with this project? I am not able
Comments:
I am new to the computer and don't quite understand how to use this site,yet.I'll return when I can figure this out.
 

Name: Donavan L. Gant <adlgant@hotmail.com>
Date: 2002-06-17
How did you find this website? Browsing rootsweb.com
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Would you consider helping with this project? no, got my own in OKLA
Comments:
Interesting!!
 

Name: David Harrison <davegws@yahoo.com>
Date: 2002-06-06
How did you find this website? Search
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Would you consider helping with this project? out of state
Comments:
I would love to help but I live in Utah.
 

Name: Roger D. Pack <notarydude@webtv.net>
Date: 2002-05-28
How did you find this website? A friend e mailed it to me
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? Yes, But i cant find my fathers name
Would you consider helping with this project? Yes, a friend of mine and i used to go out by harpester and clean up this old cemetery that nobody had been to in decades
Comments:
Is my daddys stone on here yet, Stanley F. Pack What kind of help could i do phone419 209 0352 any time
 

Name: Carl E. Freshour <freshour1120@cs.com>
Date: 2002-05-16
How did you find this website? looking through thr Wyandot County History
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Would you consider helping with this project? not at this time.
Comments:
Loking for grave sites of ancestors.
 

Name: ronald isaac <r>
Date: 2002-05-08
How did you find this website? Looking for Great Grandparents
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? No
Would you consider helping with this project? If I lived there YES!
Comments:
This is a very nice Ancestry site. Thank you for putting it together.
 

Name: Lori Gibbs <lgibbs6@juno.com>
Date: 2002-05-05
How did you find this website? fellow genealogist
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Would you consider helping with this project? possibly
Comments:
searching for information on my mother's family
 

Name: Shirley O'Brien <SObrien123@aol.com>
Date: 2002-03-03
Comments:
I just wanted to write and tell you how wonderful I think your webpage on
Wyandot Co is. I have a lot of family in that area, or course I could join the
Pioneer Club, if I just got my material together. Anyway I just wanted to say
thanks, as I will probably never get a chance to visit that far away. We live in
California, and so far, we haven't made it past Nebraska.

Again thank you
Shirley O'Brien

Clinger, Cochenour, Bower, Kirby, Hildreth, Hite, for starters

 

Name: Shirley O'Brien <SObrien123@aol.com>
Date: 2002-02-27
Comments:
I just wanted to write and tell you how wonderful I think your webpage on Wyandot Co is. I have a lot of family in that area, or course I could join the Pioneer Club, if I just got my material together. Anyway I just wanted to say
thanks, as I will probably never get a chance to visit that far away. We live in California, and so far, we haven't made it past Nebraska.
Again thank you
Shirley O'Brien

Clinger, Cochenour, Bower, Kirby, Hildreth, Hite, for starters

 

Name: Randall L. Bowman <Rambo@Crown.Net>
Date: 2002-02-24
How did you find this website? USGEN
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? no
Would you consider helping with this project? If I am able
Comments:
I took a trip this past fall and found the Dunn Cem. There I found my GGandpa,s brother grave, if you go there look under the large bush to the East. You will find John Bowman and Jemima(Freet). There stone is the largest one there and from what I heard missed the vandels.


 

Name: Richard Feltis <dnafeltis@imt.net>
Date: 2002-02-04
Comments:
I live in the Gallatin Valley near Bozeman, Montana. I grew up in Indiana. My grandfather was William H. Feltis who migrated to Indiana from Ohio and was the son of Edward Feltis (Felthis) who lies in the Belle Vernon Cemtery. I visited the Belle Vernon Cemetery in May 1998 looking for the family headstones. I found essentially what you have on your website and what is in the Wyandot County Courthouse. Without getting into details, I find some of the information confusing as to some of the dates and ages and relationships of the Edward Feltis and James Feltis families. We do not know the relationship of Edward and James although I am sure it was "close". We know that Edward was a brother to Soloman Feltis of Benton, Crawford County. Edward's wife was Eliza Cassidy who died in 1905 in Belle Vernon and was buried in the Bell Vernon Cemetery. (She remarried to a man named Garret). We have a newspaper obituary stating her funeral info and burial in Belle Vernon but there is no record of the death nor burial in the County files nor a headstone. The same story for Edward and Eliza's son John (Jack or Jackson) Feltis who died 1932. No record nor headstone. I am sure they were both buried at Belle Vernon because there where spaces in the "family line" and the Obituaries indicated such. Do you know anyone who lives in the area who would want to go into more research in communication with me to maybe straighten out this "problem". What I propose to do when I am "sure" of who is who I want to put up a new headstone for the whole Edward and Eliza Feltis family that is buried there. I believe the spelling of Felthis came about from Edward's naturalization papers. Not sure. Either that or he had a speech impediment. That is genealogy for you!! I appreciate your work. I placed a book "Feltis Feltes Feltus" in the library at Upper Sandusky as well as Bucyrus, Crawford County. It was an effort to "publish" all the information that several of the "family" across the country had collected before it was lost.
Sincerely yours Dick Feltis

 

Name: Richard Kauffman <dk10245@msn.com>
Date: 2002-02-01
How did you find this website? researching Kauffman genealogy
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Would you consider helping with this project? Probably wouldn't have the time
Comments:
Keep up the good work - It could mean a lot to many people.
 

Name: marilyn hoy <mohicanrd@aol.com>
Date: 2002-01-29
How did you find this website? link
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Would you consider helping with this project? maybe later
Comments:
My grandparents were E A Baughman married to Nancy Searfoss.

My mother was a Criger descended from Reynolds and Tracy.

All Wyandot names I believe. I enjoy the Wyandot web page. Thanks for hosting it,

 

Name: Kay Krebs Zins <Kayzins@aol.com>
Date: 2002-01-14
How did you find this website? member of wyandot co. gen soc.
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? I think so; it's now marked on "my favorites"
Would you consider helping with this project? Sorry
Comments:
You have a wonderful website; I can tell you put a lot of work into it. Both my grandmother's and grandfather's family lived in Wyandot Co. in the 1850's-1960's. Both the Krebs & Christman families tended to move back and forth between Wyandot Co. and Crawford Co. The majority of the Krebs are in Old Mission Cemetery.
Thank you for such an easy site to wandering around in. I just got a new computer and I intend to spend more time doing genealogy.

 

Name: Linda Hernandez <lindah@linkline.com>
Date: 2002-01-13
How did you find this website? stumbled across it
Comments:
I really enjoy browsing through your Wyandot County, Ohio site. I stumbled across it one day and have been going through everything. My Grandmother Phoebe Shorb nee Lambright was born in Nevada, Ohio in 1898. Her father was William Lambright son of Michael Lambright of Eden Township. Also Michael was married to a Mary Bowlby. I found a lot of info in the History of Wyandot county, such as biographies of some of the family members. My grandmothers mother was a Zimmerman and the granddaughter of a Caughey and a Pennington also. I have found all these names. Especially in the cemetery listings of Nevada, cemetery and Mexico cemetery.
Today my mother just came across an old obituary in my grandmothers bible. It was for her great Aunt Vi Ekleberry ne Zimmerman. She was a younger sister of my great grandmother Alida Caroline Lambright nee Zimmerman. It was from an Ohio newspaper although Vi lived in the Los Angeles, CA area when she died. It stated that she was born in Todd Township in Ohio around 1856. Is that in Wyandot County? I assume it was close because my ggrandmother was from the area.
I appreciate anything that you can help me with. By the way I saw several pictures of my ancestors in you Nevada cemetery site. I appreciate everything that you have done.
I live in California and do plan on visiting Ohio so I can personally see where my Grandparents were born. My grandfather was from Stark County.
Thank You,
Linda Hernandez
Loma Linda, CA

 

Name: Ellen Bisson <thebissons@worldnet.att.net>
Date: 2002-01-13
Comments:
I've tried through several different people to help with the ID of one of the graves in this cemetery. I am a desc of Elijah & Betsy Hale Cutting. Their daughter is Lucy Ann Cutting b 16 Jun 1819, d 14 Oct 1827. Betsy's is the grave ID'd only by 90-60-9: she was b 18 Nov 1777 and d 27 May 1868. At one time, it was labeled as Stone #8 and Lucy's
was #3. These dates are supported by the Cutting Family Bible which is in the possession of the Wyandot Historical Society. I think it is likely that Elijah, Betsy's husband, was also buried in the cemetery, but there is nothing to substantiate that except that Betsy and their daughter are there.

By the way, your cemetery survey site is a work of art and a labor of love. Thank you.

 

Name: Linda Hernandez <lindah@linkline.com>
Date: 2002-01-12
How did you find this website? Just Browsing
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? no
Comments:
I would love to help but I really don't have much information. Just what I found on the internet.You have a great and informative site.
 

Name: Marian Miller <CMiller163@aol.com>
Date: 2002-01-08
Comments:
Hello Kristina; Your web page is beautiful.
I am researching the Hudson (Hutson) family. They migrated from New York State to Sycamore in the early 1800's. There was Samuel, Allen, Bribner and Richard. Samuel(who I am most interested in) passed away Sept. 20, 1850, buried in Old Sycamore cemetery. His wife moved on to Michigan. Any info appreciated. Marian Miller

 

Name: Jeannine (Lee) Smith <chasroots@juno.com>
Date: 2002-01-08
Comments:
I can't let another day go by without telling you how thrilled I was to find your site, with the Rock Run cemetery tombstone pictures and the church shown. To see the tombstone of my ancestors: great-great grandparents, ABRAHAM SMALLEY and wife, ELIZABETH (DWIRE)--is beyond a thrill! Thank you so much for all of the work that you are doing; it is awesome, as the young people say today.
I'll continue to watch your site, and see what you are up to next!

Thanks again
Jeannine (Lee) Smith
1285 Waxwing Lane
Chula Vista, Ca 91911-3821

 

Name: Josie Maples <josie_maples@msn.com>
Date: 2002-01-08
How did you find this website? Through Rootsweb
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? No
Comments:
I am from Tiffin Ohio. My family's are Seifert and Szablewski also Blase. I have gotten a lot of pieces to the puzzle.
Thank You to you and all your helpers.

 

Name: William A. Thompson Sr. <sissydrew@adelphia.net>
Date: 2002-01-03
How did you find this website? US GenWeb
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Would you consider helping with this project? I would like to try
Comments:
I have some relatives buried in the Cemetary on US23 North of Carey Ohio.
James Harrold/Hearld Grandfather
Everett (Bud) Harrold Uncle
baby Jesse James

 

Name: Audrey Keesing <audreykeesing@hotmail.com>
Date: 2002-01-03
How did you find this website? searched internet
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Would you consider helping with this project? yes
Comments:
I need your help. I am looking for anyone from the Polk family who has successfully traced their lineage to the Wynadot tribes. Wynadot abducted my ancestress, Delilah Tyler, the wife of Charles Polk, who left his household behind to help Daniel Boone. Delilah is also the niece of the Governor Tyler of Virginia. She was found to be pregnant with her fourth child and returned to her husband by the Wynadot who had sold her to a British officer. Many years were spent searching for the rest of the family and Col. Polk spent his fortune to find them.
 

Name: Audrey Keesing <audreykeesing@hotmail.com>
Date: 2002-01-03
How did you find this website? searched internet
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Would you consider helping with this project? yes
Comments:
I need your help. I am looking for anyone from the Polk family who has successfully traced their lineage to the Wynadot tribes. Wynadot abducted my ancestress, Delilah Tyler, the wife of Col. John Widener Polk, who left his household behind to help Daniel Boone. Delilah is also the niece of the Governor Tyler of Virginia. She was found to be pregnant with her fourth child and returned to her husband by the Wynadot who had sold her to a British officer. Many years were spent searching for the rest of the family and Col. Polk spent his fortune to find them.
 

Name: Joseph Covey <jnlcovey@netins.net>
Date: 2002-01-02
How did you find this website? Geneology Newsletter
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Would you consider helping with this project? yes
Comments:
Heckathorn/Thayer connections to Wyandot Cty., cira 1845-'50.
 

Name: Robert Little <rlittle@coin.org>
Date: 2001-12-29
How did you find this website? From the Wyandot County Web
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Would you consider helping with this project? Not at the present time
Comments:
I am a native of Upper Sandusky and have been doing some genealogy research for Littles. The oldest ancestor I've found is David Little who is buried in Old Mission Cemetary.
 

Name: Anita L. Rowland <mom71336@bright.net>
Date: 2001-12-29
How did you find this website? Checked on Wyandot co.
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? NO
Would you consider helping with this project? Maybe
Comments:
This is a very nice Web site.
 

Name: Bill Clark <ladyd40@ifriendly.com>
Date: 2001-12-28
Comments:
Thanks so much for all your research, pictures, and web-postings. Awesome! I have a lot of ancestors buried at Nevada Cemetery and it was very helpful. Thanks again.
 

Name: Sondra Lord <slord05@aol.com>
Date: 2001-12-25
How did you find this website? Ancestry site
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Comments:
I think that Samuel A. Steel and Elizabeth A. Crasher(Krasher) were married in Wyandot County, Ohio. He served in Civil War. My Great Grandmother Hattie B. Steel was born in Ohio.
 

Name: Christopher Washler <ctwashler@home.com>
Date: 2001-12-21
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Comments:
I just wanted to drop you a note and tell you how much I appreciate the work you have put into the Wyandot pages! The cemetery listings were a god-send for me! I started doing my family research a few years ago, and then had to set it aside for about two years - I have just started again, and we are getting ready to head back up north to see my parents for Christmas, so I decided to poke around for some info so that maybe I could do a little research while I was up there. I found your pages, and thanks to your cemetery listings, I now know the burial place of at least three ancestors that I had not been able to find on my last trip!
I know that your work may seem overwhelming at times, but there are definitely people our there like me that REALLY do appreciate the work you do! When I get back, if you would like, I will send you the photos that I have taken. The photos will be of Link and Hill headstones in the Nevada Cemetery and the Fehl Cemetery. (Based on the webpage, you have the graves listed, but no photos linked to them.)Thanks again!

 

Name: Stephanie Benson <stephlynne67@aol.com>
Date: 2001-12-16
How did you find this website? roots web
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Would you consider helping with this project? yes
Comments:
Looking for relatives on my husbands side:Benson's, Stansbery's,and Musgrave's.
 

Name: Richard Hufford <richmart@aol.com>
Date: 2001-12-07
How did you find this website? family from Wyndot County
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Comments:
You are doing a very nice job keep up the fine effort

RMH

 

Name: Ruby Klaiss <Redconroe@netscape.net>
Date: 2001-12-07
How did you find this website? Browsing
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Would you consider helping with this project? maybe,
Comments:
Iam searching for my husbands family, surnames are Klaiss, Burkholder, Geary, Strum, Hossler,Ohl
 

Name: Ruby Klaiss <Redconroe@netscape.net>
Date: 2001-12-07
How did you find this website? Browsing
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Would you consider helping with this project? maybe,
Comments:
Iam searching for my husbands family, surnames are Klaiss, Burkholder, Geary, Strum, Hossler,
 

Name: Mary Jane Mauger <mjmrz@raex.com>
Date: 2001-12-06
How did you find this website? Rootsweb
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? Yes
Would you consider helping with this project? unable because of distance
Comments:
I have family buried in Mission Cemetery in Upper.
They are the Keys and Gravells, the Keys stones are missing but the Gravell stones are still there. I'm glad to see your page.

 

Name: Tom Johnson <tjson@prodigy.net>
Date: 2001-12-06
How did you find this website? Through a Rootsweb mailing e-mail
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? Yes
Would you consider helping with this project? If I could
Comments:
You have a great site. Thanks for your hard work.
Tom Johnson

 

Name: Bettie Montee Jimenez <bjozks@idir.net>
Date: 2001-12-06
How did you find this website? Rootsweb
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Comments:
Looking for info on my ancestors in Wyndot Co.
 

Name: Patsy Goodrum <Cherokee_22@hotmail.com>
Date: 2001-12-06
How did you find this website? ROOTSWEB.com
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? YES
Would you consider helping with this project? I think so.
Comments:
I just had mafor surgery. Would not be able yet. But, I think I would like to help, when I am able, or my Dr. Releases.
 

Name: Patsy Goodrum <Cherokee_22@hotmail.com>
Date: 2001-12-06
How did you find this website? ROOTSWEB.com
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? YES
Would you consider helping with this project? I think so.
Comments:
I just had mafor surgery. Would not be able yet. But, I think I would like to help, when I am able, or my Dr. Releases.
 

Name: Ron Thomas <rthomas@cascadeaccess.com>
Date: 2001-12-04
How did you find this website? genealogy searching for relatives
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? no
Would you consider helping with this project? It would a little difficult, I live in Nevada
Comments:
I have a lot of history on the Hunter family (father James A.) and if you need the info for your site let me know. When I come back to Ohio for a visit I'll contact you and have some pictures you can put on the site. You've done a good job and have a nice site.
 

Name: carol v nienaber <knizer@rea-alp.com>
Date: 2001-12-03
How did you find this website? internet
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? no
Comments:
it is a very nice but i still could not find my family
 

Name: ron thomas <rthomas@cascadeaccess.com>
Date: 2001-11-14
How did you find this website? genealogy searching for relatives
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Would you consider helping with this project? Yes
Comments:
I live in Nevada but am from Carey and any I can be of service fell free to ask
 

Name: Winnie <APLdw@aol.com>
Date: 2001-11-13
Comments:
Just thought I would let you know that I think you are doing an above average job on the monumental task of taking pic of all the headstones in Wyandot...
 

Name: Steven <RupprightSE@NAVSEA.NAVY.MIL>
Date: 2001-11-13
Comments:
I wanted to say that I appreciate all the work you have done in regards to the cemetery records. Thanks so much.
I would like to offer these notes for the Jackson Cemetery if you would like them. John Dubbs, who died 15 Sept. 1879 was born September 05, 1797. His wife was Anna Wolfrom Dubbs.
Thanks again for all your work.

 

Name: Patricia Briggs <xbriggsx@mediaone.net>
Date: 2001-11-08
How did you find this website? snooping around
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? Yes
Would you consider helping with this project? ?
Comments:
I live in Michigan so I don't know how I could help, however, I would like to know the ins and outs of doing this, I just might consider doing this in my local area.
I absolutely love and appreciate all the tremendous time and effort you have put into this.
You are truely a wonderful person.

 

Name: Patricia Jonas <pajonas@hotmail.com>
Date: 2001-11-06
How did you find this website? From the US Gen Web site
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? No
Would you consider helping with this project? Sorry, out of state.
Comments:
This has been very helpful in looking for my relatives (Jonas/Straser).
 

Name: jesa Comstock <PERPLEXCOERCION@aol.com>
Date: 2001-11-01
Would you consider helping with this project? yes
Comments:
Hi,
first of all i want to thank you and praise all the work you have accomplished. You and your helpers have established a feat i know few would attempt; and you've been very successful.
I think i may have given up on some lines in my genealogy search if it hadn't been for your pages.
But to get to the point of why i'm writing.
I recieved information that the Emanuel Evangelical and Reformed Church in Pitt township was also known earlier as the Mud Church.
i don't know this is a fact, but i thought you of all people might be interested. i've been told a few of my ancestors were buried there.
I don't know of what help i could be, but i would love to be involved in your work.

 

Name: Barbara Brooke <Barbooke@Earthlink.net>
Date: 2001-10-29
How did you find this website? Looking for myGGGrandfather/chief Kuqua
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? Yes
Would you consider helping with this project? Yes
Comments:
I'am still searching, I went to the cemetary in Springfield Ohio and found my Grandmothers fathers grave and step mothers,but not her mothers.Who was a Kuqua. I found an Aunt of my Grandmothers Alice Kuqua, Who my Grandmother was named after. If you cpould give me any help there I would appreciate it.
 

Name: Ellen Wall <GummyL@AOL.COM>
Date: 2001-10-23
How did you find this website? The site was listed on the mail list
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Would you consider helping with this project? I don't think that I could I live out of state
Comments:
Kris, you have a great site and I am sure it is very beneficial to many genealogists.
I am looking for MURRAY'S and MATTHEWS in Wyandot CO.
Thanks for the great page. Keep up the wonderful work!

 

Name: Mary Lou Kohl <jermar@gemair.com>
Date: 2001-10-21
How did you find this website? USGENWEB
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? No
Would you consider helping with this project? Yes, but have limited resources. I live in Greene County, Ohio.
Comments:
Kris,
You are doing a wonderful job on your website. Keep up the outstanding work. I know a lot of people will benefit from your hard work. Great job!

 

Name: Bob Bibler <bobbibler@msn.com>
Date: 2001-10-14
How did you find this website? google search
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Would you consider helping with this project? yes
Comments:
I would like to visit your cemetery!! Thanks for the site
 

Name: LaDena Roth Moyer <dedemoyer@aol.com>
Date: 2001-10-12
How did you find this website? My son found it.
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? Yes
Would you consider helping with this project? Not sure if I would be of any help
Comments:
I'm searching geneology -- Grandfather Frederick Roth -- Grandmother Mary Caroline Dirmeyer Roth
 

Name: tina jenkins <meindianprincess@aol.com>
Date: 2001-10-08
How did you find this website? wyandot nation of kansas
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Would you consider helping with this project? yes
Comments:
tina
 

Name: Kathy Webb Hines <kathyhines326@hotmail.com>
Date: 2001-10-04
How did you find this website? browsing
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Comments:
I am looking for information on a cemetery in Wyandot County named either Bush Ridge or Brush Ridge. Can you help me locate it?
 

Name: Dawn Carlisle <kisanth202@aol.com>
Date: 2001-10-03
Comments:
Hi Kris, my name is Dawn Carlisle. I'm from New Paltz New York. You have a wonderful cemetery site of Wyandot Co. I have been researching my grandfather in Ohio for about 4 years now without success. I was not looking for him in your site as he died in PA, but was looking for Wright's in that county. I have not been able to find any leads in the counties where he should have been in and I have started to stretch out to other counties in hopes of finding something. I just wanted to tell you how nice and informative your site is. I wish other counties had the same kind of sites. Keep up the great work
 

Name: Jeannie Fleck <westfieldfleck-jhf@mediaone.net>
Date: 2001-09-25
How did you find this website? KrisKuhn.com
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Would you consider helping with this project? I live in Massachusetts; unable to get back to Ohio very often
Comments:
Just stopped by to see what STARKs might be buried in a cemetery of Wyandot County, since a lot of them lived in Carey.
 

Name: Norena J. (Rummell)Roland <rr1530@aol.com>
Date: 2001-09-18
How did you find this website? found it in quiries in my favs.
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Would you consider helping with this project? no, don't know much about it
Comments:
I was looking for Rummells in Wharton, & lucked up & found a cousin. I am really glad you have this sit. Now I have found several cousins.It has helped me to learn about alot ofthings I didn't know in my family.Please keep up the good work .I come back often to check on quirey page for more descendents. Norena
 

Name: Debby Ronzio <ronziostl@juno.com>
Date: 2001-09-18
How did you find this website? put in Wyandot county
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? no
Would you consider helping with this project? I don't live in Ohio
Comments:
I have seen my GG grandparents of lot of relatives tombstones at Dunn Cemetery, I am related to the Perrine's and Dunn's
 

Name: Alycon T. Pierce <alyconpierce@hotmail.com>
Date: 2001-09-18
Comments:
Kris: I was delighted to discover your Wyandot County cemetery site, especially when I found my direct ancestor Jacob Shepherd listed as being buried at the Carey Association/ Pioneer cemetery. When you have the chance, I would love to know the following:
(1) is the "cemetery book" done in the 1980s the source that was used for documenting Jacob Shepherd's interment in the Pioneer (prob Carey Assoc) cemetery?
(2) if so, where may I write to find someone who can consult that book on my behalf? I'm anxious to learn whether reinterments were done in 1950 when the cemetery was "abandoned" and made into a park.
Many thanks

 

Name: Jane Bechtel Fitting <JEBFitting@aol.com>
Date: 2001-09-15
Comments:
Hi Kris, Thanks for giving me credit for some cem. photos in Spring Grove Cem.! Thanks to your website, I contacted Vicki ROWLAND of CO & found how she descends from Henry & Amelia BECHTEL. Many THANKS for a very helpful & great website!
 

Name: Jim Whitcomb <jimwhitcomb@myexcel.com>
Date: 2001-09-11
Comments:
Kris:-)
You have a wonderful site, I have started looking up my indian heritage on John H. Williams, you have provided some information but not all. But THANKS

 

Name: Glennis <Hwebglen@aol.com>
Date: 2001-09-10
Comments:
Kris,
I would like to thank you for such an informative website. I was pleased to find the grave records of some of my ancestors, one of which is Elijah and Abigal Sails, in Macedonia, Antrim Twp., Wyandot Co. However when I pulled up the grave photos the dates were not readable. May I suggest to who ever takes the photos that they put mud or dirt in the lettering before photographing so that the writing will show. The rains will soon wash out the dirt causing no damage to the stone. I am researching the Warner and Sails families. Edward Warner married Sophia Sails and their youngest daughter is my great grandmother. Her name was Sophronia Catherine Warner. She is listed with a Samuel Southwick in the 1850 Marion Co., Ohio Census. Is this the line or allied line you are researching? If so, I would love to hear from you and possibly share information. Thanks for you time.

 

Name: Stephanie <My3sun8845@aol.com>
Date: 2001-09-09
Comments:
I just wanted to comment what a great job you have done. Your page is great. Wish i knew how to do it
 

Name: Stephanie <My3sun8845@aol.com>
Date: 2001-09-09
Comments:
I just wanted to comment what a great job you have done. Your page is great. Wish i knew how to do it
 

Name: James O. Whitcomb <jimwhitcomb@myexcel.com>
Date: 2001-09-09
How did you find this website? surfing my wyndotte heritage
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? Yes
Would you consider helping with this project? depends
Comments:
My grandmother was 1/4 wyndotte, and I'm trying to trace it
back, her father was Joseph Williams, I saw the same name on
the muster or 1876

 

Name: Gwen Warner <gwenie1@ivillage.com>
Date: 2001-09-03
Comments:
Kris, I have really enjoyed searching you Wyandot web site. It is one of the best I have seen. I am searching for a John Maybee and his wife Anna/Eva Maybee. I am searching for their death date or grave. I have searched your web site and have not found them entered there. How I wish I could go to Wyandot county and search but I live in New Mexico and it would be quite a trip for me. I do not know if John and Anna/Eva are buried in the same place. I think they might be buried around Crane twp, Upper Sandusky, Wyandot, OH or Mifflin twp, Wyandot, OH. If in your searching you come across any Maybee's I would be glad for the info. I will keep checking your web site.
 

Name: John <johnsandiego92117@msn.com>
Date: 2001-08-31
Comments:
another item for you.re:Norah Magaw. Could be related to a Sherman Magaw (rail road engineer) son John Magaw was the head of secert service during Clinton's 1 st term now is the head of A-T-F. I used to play hide & seak with him and my sister on the Shumaker farm when the Magaw's came for Thanksgiving hunting. The Magaws lived on High street by OSU. I stayed with them when I flew in to Columbus from Phoenix Ariz. several times in the early 1950's.
 

Name: Sheryl Krider Poorman <OPPSheryl@aol.com>
Date: 2001-08-31
Comments:
Dear Kris,
A great big thank you for taking all of those pictures and putting them on the web!!! What an undertaking!!!!! I was able to view the tombstones of some of my ancestors and related family members. I live hours away and have a family of five growing children, so I couldn't get there myself to see the grave markers. Thank you so very much for the huge amount of time you sacraficed for people like me!! Sincerely, Sheryl Krider Poorman Ft. Wayne, IN

 

Name: Ken Shumaker <Ken.Shumaker@Mindspring.com>
Date: 2001-08-29
How did you find this website? Found through your E-Mails
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? Yes
Would you consider helping with this project? Yes
Comments:
Hi!

I have researched the Schumacher/Shumaker Family which homesteaded the Shumaker Farm in Salem Township in 1848. I do have (or rather my aunt has) MANY pictures of Shumakers, Orians, Arnold, Riester(er), and other related families. I don't know what the best method is of organizing these photos. It is a challenge I have and if my organization could help you, that would be an attractive way to proceed.

 

Name: Sharyn <dmowrey@mail.bright.net>
Date: 2001-08-27
Comments:
This is a fantastic website and I have been able to find many items of interest. I just recently found out I had relatives that lived here in the early 1800's and I had no clue. My husband I moved here 27 years ago but thought we were transplanted here because of a job. you can imagine my excitement when I made these discoveries and they almost in my backyard. Keep up the good work and maybe after retirement I will be able to help others research.

Thank you for your time and efforts on this website.

 

Name: Michael Dietelbach <detel@ij.net>
Date: 2001-08-25
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? Yes
Would you consider helping with this project? If I can...I live in Florida.
Comments:
Thanks for the info
 

Name: Pat Kinion <Denslow1808@cs.com>
Date: 2001-08-23
Comments:
Great site! I haven't visited Rootsweb's Wyandot Co site for a couple of years. Very much improved. I'm wondering how to go about contacting the caretaker or township trustee for the Little Sandusky Cemetery. Would you be
able to help with a name or number or email address? Thanks. Pat Kinion researching KERR, ARBUCKLE, MORROW, SNOW in Wyandot Co.

 

Name: Jackie <jackflak@earthlink.net>
Date: 2001-08-21
Comments:
The Wyandot site is more than wonderful, I am sure you are hearing that all the time, but it IS! Good job!
 

Name: Clark Caughey <caughey@ticon.net>
Date: 2001-08-21
Comments:
Hi Kristina,

my name is Clark Caughey and I've been doing some research on my family's history which seems to be interconnected with the history of Wyandot County. According to our records, the Caugheys first came to Wyandot County around 1823 - 1826 and stayed there for quite some time before their various descendants dispersed across the country. I was very excited to find several of my ancestors on your web site in the cemetary listing for Mexico Cemetary. It looks like my Great Great Great Grandmother Charity (Pennington) Caughey is buried there along with who I think might be my Great Great Great Uncle Samuel Caughy (Caughey) and my Great Great Uncle Flavius, who drowned as a boy in the Sandusky River. I'm not sure who the William H Caughey listed is, but he might be Samuel's son. Anyway, I'm hoping that someone viewing your web pages for their own research might have some more info for me regarding the Caughey family, the Hudson family, the Pennington family, or the Brown family.
Thanks for all the work you've done on your site,

Clark Caughey

 

Name: Thomas J. Thiel <tthiel5@home.com>
Date: 2001-08-21
Comments:
I want to congratulate you on your new web site! Keep up the great genealogy effort; you have the best information I have been able to find.
 

Name: E.Park <pumkin@hereintown.net>
Date: 2001-08-16
How did you find this website? searching for grandparents
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? yes
Would you consider helping with this project? not @ present time
Comments:
My grandparents,Benjamin and Myrtle Coffman died and were buried in Carey,Ohio. I do not know the name of the cemetery. Could not find anything on the site of any help to me.
 

Name: Pat Scott <pscott@rainbowtel.net>
Date: 2001-08-15
How did you find this website? Through Emmett Mason
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? Yes
Would you consider helping with this project? Furnished the photo of Mason graves
Comments:
The picture looks good. You did a great job. Emmett also has a picture of David Coats grave in Section 3, row 15. Possibly the location of Emily Jane Mason Coats burial, also. Her name never put on the stone, but according to obit, she was buried in Wyandot cemetery and since her husband, parents, and grandparents are buried in Good Hope, it may be safe to assume she is there.
 

Name: Shawn Bivens <shabivens@aol.com>
Date: 2001-08-14
Comments:
What a grand site you have!!! I am working on the Saint John Cemetery, and the Henrietta Smith Waller Memorial Cemetery (formerly Saint Chapter Cemetery), both of which are located in Brown's, Alabama. You have given me much reason to keep moving on as, it is most time-consuming and sometimes tough. Your finished product has given me the extra drive to "keep on keeping on" :).
My heart goes out to you and your husband, and others who helped. You are an inspiration to the entire country!!!!!!!!!!!
--(Miss) Shawn Bivens

 

Name: Phyllis (Beausay) Ryerse <phyllis@webnet.com>
Date: 2001-08-13
Comments:
Hi Kris......
You listed me among your HELPERS???? omygoodness! why???
I WISH I was still in Upper Sandusky cause I'd be right out there with you trampin' around cemeteries with my digital camera shootin' up a storm! I love those cemeteries! And you've taken over the whole web page! What-a-girl! Do you ever sleep?? ;-) Well, I did nothing to be on your list....but please know that I'm down here in Atlanta cheering you on big time!
And if you trip over ISAAC VAN BUSKIRK ('S tombstone!)......tell him I'm looking for him!! ;-)
Oh, by the way.....I noticed the page for "Politicians" who lived or are buried in Wyandot Co. You've overlooked Charles Lewis who was Mayor of Harpster for 20 years and went on to become the Lieutenant Governor of the State of Ohio. His father is buried in Oak Hill......not sure where Charles is. I'll have to dig out his obit. Guess he would qualify as a politician!
Hey...I graduated Upper H.S. with RUTH (Rozman) KUHN..........anybody you know??
Keep up the GREAT WORK.....and give your hubby a big hug for being so helpful and understanding!!

Phyllis (Beausay) Ryerse
just north of Atlanta.....wishing I was in Upper!

 

Name: Gloria (Conrad) Thompson <gloriatho@aol.com>
Date: 2001-08-08
How did you find this website? thru e-mail received
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? No
Would you consider helping with this project? have already sent pics of Hancock County to someone; so feel as if helping
Comments:
I have relatives buried in Seneca County, but seldom go to Tiffin as is an hour drive from where I live
 

Name: Robert Gatchel Jr. <jgatchel@comteck.com>
Date: 2001-08-07
How did you find this website? Descendants from Wyandot Co,
Is this your first visit to this Cemetery page? Yes
Comments:
Your page is outstanding,It would be nice if our county in Indiana had one
My GGGGrandfather Jacob Gatchell is buried in the Old Mission Cem. was hoping to see his Stone if he has one
(I can wait.)
Robert Gatchel Jr.
Wabash,IN.