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Discussion in 'Central – From Da Nort Woods to the Plane States' started by dragoon, Mar 15, 2008.
This is why you aren' t Detective Meef.
Yep cause us patrol guys never solve shit
Too busy riding!
Apparently you didnt use find a grave correctly
Only 1 Williams in Ohio matching those birth/death dates.
I started searching my ancestry on that site and was surprised at the information available. I guess it depends on the contributors but found relatives back about 8 generations. I think 6 or 7 of those were buried in the same county
I might need to do a grave hopping trip. Scioto county is in some good riding.
My biggest issue apparently was that I read the grave as "U P Williams", not "O".
The OP didn't help as that returned me nothing. Removing the first name from the search got a good hit.
Higginsport Cemetery in Higginsport Ohio. Bit tricky getting photo as maintenance truck was parked along road.
Tom, you are a dick. Bruced.
I know this is gonna come as a total shock to you, but you're not the first to tell me that.
I passed a Yamaha T7 on US52, just before I-275/Kellogg (that's about 45min from the tag). I only got a glimpse, but I immediately said to myself "Oh no!" because... well, who else could it be? I wanted to turn around and chase you down, but I didn't have a good spot to pull over, nor did I have the horsepower.
Had I known that you were a couple hours behind me, I would have dropped the next one in the area. Sorry dude.
All good! It’s a nice day to ride. I was headed to check out the SOAL anyway.
New Tag: Bunker Hill
Sorry, it's a cached tag.
Just outside of Reily, OH.
New tag. If you need a clue, I might be able to give you a sample.
Koch Christmas Tree Farm on the corner of Sample Road and OH129.
New Tag: Kepler Road
Tagged. Kepler and east Miami river rd’s.
New tag, not far from the old one. Daughter liked the frog on the wall.
FrogTowne Tavern on East Miami River Rd on the North side of Cleves Ohio.
39.196294, -84.741737 or thereabouts.
New Tag: Henshaw Family Farm
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