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Carol L Inman
RE: William Price Inman
Your welcome

Added by Carol L Inman on Jan 23, 2013 4:12 PM

Allen Helderman
RE: Ezra Binkley
I can add the pix to Rosemary, or we can wait until the death date is added - let me know what you prefer.

ah

Added by Allen Helderman on Jan 16, 2013 6:21 PM

Nancy Ann Mull Buchanan
DiCesare family
I am not related to the DiCesare family... But, when I am looking for "my" relatives, I always fill up my camera with other tombstones, at the same time--in the hopes it helps others...

It's my hobby, and I love doing it.

Added by Nancy Ann Mull Buchanan on Nov 14, 2012 5:34 PM

B Long
RE: Harry Sourbeer
Your welcome. No not related, just a volunteer.
Bev

Added by B Long on Nov 11, 2012 6:34 AM

Carol L Inman
RE: William Price Inman
Your welcome and we can keep in touch. I have traced him back to a relative of mine. I am goign to do more digging but looks like they William P is from my side as well as his wife.

Added by Carol L Inman on Nov 02, 2012 2:28 PM

Sherry
RE: Samuel J. Elsby
I don't know when Jane and James Elsby were married, but the 1860 census in Indiana shows they were married by then with their oldest child 2 years old at that point. I got her maiden name (Rounder) from her death certificate (which often is wrong), but interestingly enough, in that same 1860 Indiana Census, a family named Rounder lived right next door to Jane and James. I felt it made it much more likely that was her maiden name. Sherry

Added by Sherry on Oct 01, 2012 9:23 PM

RL (Bob) Nielsen
RE: Son of Solomon Wiseman
Transfer completed...

Regards,

Added by RL (Bob) Nielsen on Sep 06, 2012 8:20 AM

RL (Bob) Nielsen
Son of Solomon Wiseman
Found son David's grave in Cass Co, Nebraska and linked to his parents memorials. See his Memorial# 96586754.

Regards,

...bob nielsen

Added by RL (Bob) Nielsen on Sep 05, 2012 7:38 PM

Sara Fielder
RE: Mary Curts Smith
Hi. No, I don't but according to my Ancestry.com research they were married in Harrison county on Sep 22 1844 if that helps. Your friend, Sara

Added by Sara Fielder on Aug 25, 2012 6:57 PM

Kelly Carnighan
Samuel J. Elsby
A family picture was posted to Samuel J. Elsby. I am his great grandson and would like to find the original photo or a high quality copy. Where can i get this photo?

There is also a photo of Samuel Jr. and Dorothy P. Elsby Carnighan riding a donkey or small pony. I would also like to see the original and or a high quality copy.

Where can I go to see these photos are acquire the photos?

Thank you.

Kelly Carnighan

Added by Kelly Carnighan on Aug 24, 2012 8:52 PM

B Long
RE: Sourbeer, Elizabeth Binkley
My pleasure!

Added by B Long on Aug 24, 2012 11:54 AM

B Long
Sourbeer
Just added a photo of Elizabeth Sourbeer's stone I took on a recent visit to East Germantown Cem., IN. Hope you like it.

Added by B Long on Aug 23, 2012 1:01 PM

Harv
Capt. James Binkley
Is he a relative of yours....Harv

Added by Harv on Jun 29, 2012 4:39 PM

Mark Hall
RE: Nellie Dixon
It was my pleasure. I need to thank you for including the information about the Wallace's in her memorial. I never would have found the location otherwise. I kept going to that section over and over thinking I was in the right spot and then I would leave. Finally, I decided to read the memorial page. Thank you.

The two markers you see in the photo belong to Wallace's. The small one belongs to the lady Nellie is buried with according to your memorial page. I would think that Nellie is actually buried to the left of the small marker because cemeteries typically don't make it a practice to bury multiple people in the same grave. I could be absolutely wrong, but if I were a betting man I would place my bet on the open area to the left.

Sorry there is not a marker for Nellie.

Mark

Added by Mark Hall on May 28, 2012 9:06 AM

Evelyn Lynch Cochran
Pease
I don't know much about the Pease family. I bought a small leather album at a yard sale for fifty cents near Marengo, IN. It had the name of William Byerly on the front page. It had pictures with the names of Pease, Langdon, Ripperdan, Trobaugh, and Askren. William and Nancy Byerly's pictures had been taken out and there was several empty pages. Several pictures didn't have names on them.

Added by Evelyn Lynch Cochran on May 14, 2012 11:06 AM

Terry Bigler
RE: Myrtle L. Smith Cline
Thanks for your kind words, they are truly appreciated.

Added by Terry Bigler on Apr 05, 2012 7:48 AM

Deb McKay
RE: Madison Gibson
Don't know if I have answered you or not on this, so if I've repeated myself, I apologize. Madison is my great-great grandfather (I think, have to count it out LOL!) The information I have obtained thus far on him were from the "old fashioned way" which was to search in dusty old court houses and in basements and from what little my Dad can remember being told about him as a child. There was also a book printed out, very limited printings, and soft back with spiral binding about the Gibson family. None of my line I could prove in the books. You can reach me at pgrbigredtrk@gmail.com if you'd like.

Added by Deb McKay on Jan 13, 2012 1:49 PM

Alana H.
RE: Pasquale DiCesare 54959703
I'm glad I can help out. I did search all over for Luigi and Joseph's but couldn't find them. I know where they should be and am hoping they're not the unreadable ones in that area. I wish I'd started looking a few weeks ago. The temperature is down in the 30s now. So I don't know if I'll be able to get back before spring because I can't stand the cold.

I can't remember if I told you I did up load a picture for Christopher DiCesare and created a memorial and uploaded a pic for Anthony N. DiCesare. I can transfer that memorial to you if you'd like.

Added by Alana H. on Nov 30, 2011 9:00 PM

Alana H.
RE: DiCesare at Mt. Calvary
I had to have driven past it at least 5 times. I must have just kept missing the sign. I was just looking online at the cemetery book at other names in that area and noticed that I've added other headstones from that section when I went and just wandered around one time. I'll head over there now and see what I can find. By the way, I did add Anthony N DiCeseare to the cemetery. I'm not sure if he's one of yours or not.

Added by Alana H. on Nov 26, 2011 10:10 AM

Alana H.
RE: DiCesare pics
You're very welcome! I wasn't able to find the Sacred Heart section for the other headstones. I'll try to stop back soon when the office is open so I can get those ones for you, also.

Alana

Added by Alana H. on Nov 25, 2011 4:46 PM

Melody Addington
RE: Rebecca Kintner
Your welcome

Added by Melody Addington on Nov 20, 2011 9:44 AM

Greg Maynard
German ridge cem Question
Hi I have a Qeustion / My ancestors llived in german ridge near tell city and german riddge cem was part of the farm and was wondering if there are any speidel surname in this Cem ? Thanks

Added by Greg Maynard on Aug 23, 2011 8:48 PM

April Is Finding Graves
RE: Elizabeth Pinart
You're welcome, I just transferred her to you!

Added by April Is Finding Graves on Aug 22, 2011 5:55 PM

April Is Finding Graves
RE: Elizabeth Pinart
Thank you! I just changed it, would you like me to transfer the memorial?

Added by April Is Finding Graves on Aug 21, 2011 9:06 PM

Tammy
RE: Conrad Cemetery
Done! and my pleasure. :-)

Added by Tammy on Aug 17, 2011 6:19 PM

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