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Graveyard Guardians (#46899612)
 member for 8 years, 2 months, 3 days
RE: Pictures
My Hamilton's started out in Virginia, migrated to
Mercer County Kentucky, then north to Johnson
County, Indiana.
I didn't see your Hamilton's in any of my papers.

You are most welcome to the photos.

Added by RosiePosie on Apr 27, 2015 4:19 PM

Suzanne Stamper
RE: Cora Kirkendall Doty
Evangelical Messenger Obituary Index - Results


:DOTY, Cora May* + 2 inf daus

Age: 33


Spouse or Decedent:DOTY, Leonard


Location:IN: Portland (b)

Place of Death or
Last Known Residence/Notes:--: Minister: LOZIER, Geo. S.; md 1899; husband, 6 chilsren, parents, 2 bros remain; 1 son died nearly 3 yrs ago; 2 infant daus bur w/ mother

See Allen County Public library genealogy databases:

Added by Suzanne Stamper on Apr 21, 2015 8:59 PM

Suzanne Stamper
RE: Cora Kirkendall Doty
That message about the burial was added by the person who currently maintains the grave entry-James Gillespie.

Added by Suzanne Stamper on Apr 20, 2015 8:49 PM

RE: Boeckman Anniversary Plate
Yes I am. Do you have a picture of this plate?

Added by MadelineS on Mar 20, 2015 3:30 PM

RE: John and Sophia Boeckman
Yes I would like more information on this plate. What year is on this plate. Thanks

Added by MadelineS on Mar 17, 2015 3:40 PM

Jeff & Donna Hacker
RE: John Fain
You're welcome.

Added by Jeff & Donna Hacker on Feb 07, 2015 11:07 AM

RE: Nancy Loney

Added by RSSiple on Jan 28, 2015 10:12 AM

Nancy Loney
Would like permission to use your photo of Nancy Loney's (8061213) marker on my tree. She was my 3xgreat grandmother. Thanks for your work in this cemetery. Becky Siple

Added by RSSiple on Jan 25, 2015 4:10 PM

John & Charlene Patterson
RE: Flossie Coffin
Thank you - I believe my original photo request stated that she was buried with her 2nd husband but thanks for the "heads up". I remember my Great Aunt Flossie very well - she was my Grandpa's sister.

Added by John & Charlene Patterson on Aug 10, 2014 2:03 PM

Richard Lybrook
RE: Maye Cree Fry
I'm related to the James and Kellers around Clinton and Carroll counties. Cree and Fry are also names I've heard in the community.

Added by Richard Lybrook on Jun 11, 2014 7:06 PM

RE: Grave marker
thank you

Added by historylover4ever on May 20, 2014 8:10 AM

Grave marker
For Abram Lytle. Find A Grave Memorial# 24280684
Do you have another photo of this grave marker? The bottom part of it is cut off. It looks like it shows his age. 18 yrs old
Or would it be possible to photograph it again?
I show his age as 18 yrs old, being born in 1839.
the person that has his memorial, says he was 22d old. when he died.

Added by historylover4ever on May 17, 2014 9:10 AM

RE: William Cornell Paddock FAG#88853430
You are welcome.
My maternal third great aunt Mary McLean married Lansing Wilcox Paddock son of William Cornell and Almira J. Paddock.
Here's the path.
self-Marjorie Ann McLean-James Forrest McLean-Jared Sylvester McLean-Thamas Ashton McLean Jr, Mary McLean-Lansing Wilcox Paddock-William Cornell Paddock
Let me know if I can share anything I've collected on this part of the tree.....with you. :)

Added by chevydelray55 on May 04, 2014 11:19 AM

Beverly Baldwin
RE: Henry and Susan Love Tuter
Hello Lorraine;

In over 20 years I searched for Henry Tuter, and in talking to several persons that have been looking for Henry longer than I have, no trace of Henry or Susan's burial place or time of death that I have knownledge of, the only census that has been found with Henry, Susan and three sons,Pickard, Ballard and Benjamin is the 1850 Virginia with the mis-spelled last name of "Chuter", I have a copy of the census if you want me to send to you, sorry I don't have a clue where Henry & Susan are buried, but all evidence that I have found points them being buried in Virginia, If you want more of the information I have my email is,
will be happy to share and exchange information with you and your granddaughter.

Most Sincerely
Bev Baldwin

Added by Beverly Baldwin on Apr 21, 2014 10:35 AM

Longmont Genealogical Society
William Barbee Orr
William Orr died 26 April 1876 in Tippecanoe county, Indiana. His wife, Priscilla Orr, died 18 Dec 1871; daughter, Evaretta, died 8 Oct 1868.
Priscilla and Evaretta are buried in Dayton Cemetery (found on Find A Grave) but I cannot find any thing for William Barbee Orr. Could he be buried with wife and daughter, and just not listed?
Thank you for any help you can offer.
Mary Heddles
I manage Find A Grave memorials for the LGSociety.

Added by Longmont Genealogical Soc... on Apr 17, 2014 9:56 AM

William Cornell Paddock FAG#88853430
Hello fellow researcher!
William Cornell Paddock Find A Grave#88853430 is my third great uncle's father. Here's the path.
self-Marjorie Ann McLean-James Forrest McLEan-Jared Sylvester McLean-Thomas Ashton McLean Jr-Mary McLean's husband.....Lansing Wilcox Paddock and his father William Cornell Paddock.
I think you should try contacting the contributor who added the pictures. Duane St Mary? These graves are in Minnesota and I am in Washington state!
Are you related to the Paddock's?
Happy Hunting!

Added by chevydelray55 on Apr 11, 2014 9:48 AM

Jan Dishon
RE: Ann Whitehead
Well, I guess I do need to tell you that huh!?
Dayton Cemetery, Tippecanoe, Indiana.

Added by Jan Dishon on Oct 01, 2013 8:44 PM

Jan Dishon
Ann Whitehead
You posted a photo on Find A Grave for Esther Whitehead McCarty. I am looking for a photo of her sister's tombstone and was wondering if you might have it in your collection. I have requested the photo from Find A Grave but no takers yet. Would you see if you have a photo for Ann Whitehead. I have her listed as born in 1820 but we are not sure and having a photo of the tombstone sure would be of help. If not would you have any other hints of who I could contact? Thanks.

Added by Jan Dishon on Oct 01, 2013 4:42 PM

Peggy Wilkerson Robbins
RE: McClure/Swick Cemetery
Opps, I wrote before checking! I am just over involved with this cemetery as it is right across the road from where my grfather farmer....and I spent lots of time there when I was young...then the mine bought it all up and the home place is now gone.
I realize that just anybody can't go into the cemeteries and do restoration work, that's a good thing. But we have so many here in Knox Co, IN that probably need more than McClure/Swick. We have one that was vandalized a few years back and NOTHING has been done with it. I need to check you :-) out more and see how you decide which ones you work on. Thanks for the answer and have a Happy Easter!

Added by Peggy Wilkerson Robbins on Apr 08, 2012 7:42 AM

Peggy Wilkerson Robbins
RE: McClure/Swick Cemetery
Who are you and when are you going to do this work? I'd like to see some of it if you don't mind...thanks. Peggy

Added by Peggy Wilkerson Robbins on Apr 05, 2012 12:13 PM

Sherry Salla
RE: Calbert Cree
No I am not a relative. I beleive every person should be remembered and I saw his obit in the paper. Thought findagrave is a nice place to remember people and help others on the genealogy quest.

Added by Sherry Salla on Feb 18, 2012 10:14 AM

Rich Ware
RE: Calvin and Penninahe Armfield
Thank you very much! I took photos of the cleaned up headstones this past July 2011 when we were in Greentown. I also have photos of them over the years beginning in 1986. I really appreciate the effort you went through to clean the stones. Thanks very much for that!

Best wishes for the New Year.

Rich Ware

Added by Rich Ware on Jan 07, 2012 8:28 AM

Jan Dishon
RE: Aaron Bennett
I think I thanked you but at the risk of thanking you twice (which is a very happy risk!) -- Thanks for finding this stone, cleaning it up and taking the photo. I looked all over the cemetery several years ago while visiting in Indiana and couldn't find it. You are doing awesome work which is appreciated, I am sure, by many people!


Added by Jan Dishon on Jul 29, 2011 9:20 AM

Jan Dishon
Aaron Bennett's tombstone
You are AWESOME!!! Thank you so much for doing all the work that you did in the Dayton Cemetery.

I live in Washington State. A few years ago I set up camp in the KOA in Crawfordsville and set out to find information on my Bennett and Mitten families. I was in the Frankfort Library trying to find information on the Mittens as well as my ggg grandfather (James Bennett) and his third wife and family. I found a listing from Dayton listing the burials and found their eldest son, Aaron. I drove out to the cemetery walked the whole cemetery and couldn't find Aaron's tombstone. Now I know why, it was buried! I was so happy to see it posted on Find a Grave.

Thanks again.


Added by Jan Dishon on Jul 23, 2011 9:10 AM

William Taber
RE: Robert Warren
Lorraine - that would make Robert a cousin of mine as well. I am a 9g grandson of Edward Doty (Mayflower).

(Edward > Joseph > Elizabeth > Susanna Lewis > John Taber...)

Added by William Taber on Jun 21, 2011 4:30 PM


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