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Tracey (Maxson) Collins (#46812759)
 member for 10 years, 7 months, 17 days
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J Leazenby
Hoesel Memorials
Thank you for the changes you made to the Hoesel memorials. I really appreciate it!

Added by J Leazenby on May 23, 2016 4:29 PM

ItsALLrelative
Warren/Weygant
Nice work on the cemetery! I stumbled upon it on my way to Old Saint Anne's trying to fulfill a request. I took some photos and added them to your memorials, just to see them ten years later.
Lorinda

Added by ItsALLrelative on Mar 26, 2016 8:23 PM

ItsALLrelative
Warren/Weygant
Nice work on the cemetery! I stumbled upon it on my way to Old Saint Anne's trying to fulfill a request. I took some photos and added them to your memorials, just to see them ten years later.
Lorinda

Added by ItsALLrelative on Mar 26, 2016 8:23 PM

Sandra Kroll Follett
Grave stone Pic
Thank you so much for the picture of Francis M. Sutton Stone! Much appreciated!!

Sandy Follett

Added by Sandra Kroll Follett on Aug 30, 2015 5:02 PM

Deb T
Ella Farenbaugh photo
Thanks so much for the photo of the headstone of Ella Farenbaugh!!

Added by Deb T on May 17, 2015 7:42 AM

JLORCUTT
ELMER MAHLER
THANK YOU SO MUCH for the picture of the Mahler home. You made my day. Elmer Gideon Mahler was my 3rd great-grand parent & Gideon E. Mahler was my 2nd great-grand parent. THANK_YOU JLORCUTT

Added by JLORCUTT on Apr 10, 2015 3:31 PM

Sue Blind
Transfer
Hello, I would appreciate it if you would transfer my Great Aunt and Uncle's Memorials over to me.

At Bass Lake Cemetery; Knox, Indiana

Amelia Trueax - 78872276

Henry L. Trueax - 78872308

Thank you very much I appreciate this.

Mrs. Sue Blind

Added by Sue Blind on Mar 01, 2015 7:37 PM

John Luchtman
RE: Velligans
No, simply a familiar name from a family business in Monticello, Indiana. We had a Vivian work for us back in the 60s. Energetic hard working girl. Always ready with a quick smile and laugh.
John

Added by John Luchtman on Nov 19, 2014 7:23 AM

Sharon Williams
Nancy Mitchell DeMoss
Find A Grave Memorial# 15171027
Tracy, First of all, I was happy to see a memorial for Eli and Nancy. Can you tell me what the first word is under the name Eli DeMoss in your main photo? There is a glare that is hiding the first word (it looks like it starts with an M).
Thank you. Sharon

Added by Sharon Williams on Apr 26, 2014 6:44 AM

Crystal Young
Thank You
Thank You for the picture and your time.
Crystal

Added by Crystal Young on Aug 22, 2013 3:12 PM

Timothy Ory
Gast
Thank you for posting the Gast grave marker photo.

Added by Timothy Ory on Aug 21, 2013 9:44 PM

Bonnie Maskery
Joseph G Weygandt #14948695
Dear Tracey,
Thank you for this transfer.
Bonnie #47464165

Added by Bonnie Maskery on Jun 14, 2013 12:05 AM

John G. O
RE: Greenup Troutman
Just following up, Again, Thank you
for the Greenup Troutman transfer,
it's great because "We" can preserve
this piece of Family Genealogical History
on this "file site" when in the distant
future many of these stones have faded
with the wind! John G. O

Added by John G. O on May 27, 2013 12:00 AM

John G. O
Greenup Troutman buried at Kewanna
Hey! Tracey, You're very well come!
Now! Still (Myself & others) to find
where all the other wives of Peter
Troutman, even Catherine, for sure,
whether in Indiana or Kentucky.
Again! Thank you. John G. O

Added by John G. O on May 18, 2013 9:53 PM

John G. O
Greenup Troutman buried at Kewanna
Well! Greenup Troutman came with Peter & Catherine Troutman and family members out of Henry County, Kentucky to in Indiana in those early 1800s into Bartholomew County before there was even a Columbus (established as Tiptonia), and he like the rest of those Troutmans eventually settled down in the Fulton County area, all around in the 1830s. His parents were Peter Troutman (1769 - 1836) and Catherine Spurgeon Troutman (1776 - 1818) of Henry County, Kentucky, and many of the relatives and relations haven't been easy to track from those early 1800s (as to where some where finally buried!), that will be greatly appreciated and if You find some other details, let me know of them! Again, Thank you, very much! John G. O

Added by John G. O on May 11, 2013 9:58 PM

John G. O
RE: Greenup Troutman Kewanna, In
Well! Seeing as his parents were Peter Troutman (1769 - 1836) and Catherine Spurgeon Troutman (1776 - 1818) of Henry County, Kentucky, and many of the relatives and relations haven't been easy to track from those early 1800s (as to where some where finally buried!), that will be greatly appreciated and if You find some other details, let me know of them! Thank you, very much! John G. O

Added by John G. O on May 11, 2013 9:37 PM

Edward Crabtree
RE: Pickett/Piggott
Yes, it is. I cannot say I have any good sources for what I have but I will share what I have collected.

Ed

Added by Edward Crabtree on Apr 13, 2013 8:38 PM

Edward Crabtree
RE: Hinshaws Star City, In
Thank you for the transfers. I was linking them as you were sending them, since I was sitting here when they started coming through.

I do have some Piggotts in my database - from NC in Orange Co., Randolph Co., Chatham Co., and even a couple from MD and PA. Not a family relationship but married into parts of my tree.

The only Pickett I see is a Rebecca Pickett who married a John Peacock. They were in Randolph Co., IN between 1860 and 1860 - again not a family relationship.

Ed Crabtree

Added by Edward Crabtree on Apr 13, 2013 7:21 PM

Edward Crabtree
RE: Hinshaw
Yes, Tracey, they are my family. Elijha P is my great grandfather's dad. So Elmer, Carl, Verlie and the rest are in my tree as well. Thank you for wanting to transfer them to me. I would appreciate it.

Ed Crabtree

Added by Edward Crabtree on Apr 13, 2013 6:42 PM

Jane
Verlie Hinshaw
Also, would you add the same parents to him.
Thank you again, Jane

Added by Jane on Apr 13, 2013 1:41 PM

Jane
Elmer Hinshaw
Would you mind adding Elija(h) Hinshaw as Elmer's father and Ruth as his mother?
5848734 and 5848736 respectively. They are all in Star City West Cemetery.
Thank you
Jane Engel

Added by Jane on Apr 13, 2013 1:37 PM

Slimbeaux
Skillens
Thank you for the transfers. I truly appreicate it.

Slimbeaux

Added by Slimbeaux on Apr 10, 2013 7:58 PM

FWishbringer
RE: Dead Man's Hollow
Ha, I am not dead and gone yet. I know this comes 5 months late, but I didn't see your email when you sent it.

Normally, I would only come on here when I was taking trips up to Indiana, but I had apparently set myself up as a volunteer, and got 2 requests back to back locally... and that got me to see your message.

Foot stone added, I also went ahead and updated the memorial for Malissa with all the info I have on her (birth, exact death, and exact marriage).

Sorry it took so long. Took a friend with on the last hunt, and he had a blast so I will probably be more active now.

Over the summer, there is a chance (slim though it may be) that I might be coming up for a few weeks. If it does happen, would love to do a meet and greet.

Added by FWishbringer on Apr 01, 2013 4:33 PM

Hoosier Medic
Related?
HI Tracey

Saw that your last name is Collins. That is my last name and I was curious if I was related to your husband? My GG Grandpa John Henderson Collins came from the state of Penn. and settled down in Delaware County, Indiana area. He was born in 1804 died in abt 1867 in Delaware Co., IN.

Keep up the good work on Find A Grave. I love it.

Brad Collins
Howard Co., Indiana

Added by Hoosier Medic on Feb 15, 2013 5:11 PM

K Dickerson
RE: Connection to Tijerina
Hi Tracey,
No, I have not yet found anything else. I cannot find a direct link from Homer Eads Stevenson to Sarah Leonora Matthews. I don't understand how she could have been Homer's grandmother, unless Leonora had another daughter about July 1880, that married Robert Stevenson and moved away from Leonora's household before 1900. That is pretty farfetched, since the 1900 census reports that Leonora only had 6 children, 5 alive in 1900. The 6th could not have been Homer's mother, who didn't give birth to Homer until 1903.
Do you happen to know anything about the history of the name that Leonora gave her son, "Eads Buchanan"? Eads is unusual and also Homer's middle name. That seems to indicate a familial connection. I have plans to search for a death notice for Eads; he died rather young.
I'm still baffled that I cannot find anything about the train wreck. I wonder based on your comments, if the men on the train were attacked during the revolution and there technically wasn't a wreck. But it would seem that even that type of event would have been reported in the Texas papers. Perhaps I should look for another source for newspapers. I had been using the Houston Public Library website for that search.
I will let you know if I find anything.....
Kathleen

Added by K Dickerson on Sep 27, 2012 8:23 AM

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