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Judy Ebersole
RE: Rebecca Nichols
Please email me so we can talk more about this

Added by Judy Ebersole on Dec 28, 2014 6:16 PM

RE: Apologies - correction needed
He's been removed. Thanks! :)

Added by Timeless on Dec 22, 2014 11:31 AM

M. Richards
RE: Ezekiel
These Ezekiel Moores are two different men. "Zeke" was born about 1721 in Prince George's County according to St. Barnabas Episcopal Church in Maryland and Bible records. I know of six Ezekiel Moores in my ancestry. I have an Ezekiel Moore married to a Providence Bennett (? not positive of surname), he was around 85 or 86 years old when he died. He and Providence (Dency) had nine known children, I believe. Thanks for asking about "Zeke".
Holiday Blessings to you and yours.
Mary Richards

Added by M. Richards on Dec 20, 2014 8:35 AM

Eugene Jacob Boblits 53752077
Thank You for your note, yes it is a wonderful photo of Eugene, Yes by all means use his photo for your book, it will compliment your book, and Thank You for asking it is appreciated, Regards Blumokitty

Added by BluMoKitty on Nov 16, 2014 1:19 AM

Marlayne Boblett
RE: Request
I believe you might be Patrick Pearsey that I corresponded with years ago? If so, I owe you a lot for some of the information you've passed along, if not, please forgive my remarks.

Of course you may use those photos and cannot tell you how much I appreciate you asking. It's funny because I planned on writing a book about John Charles and Samuel Morgan Boblett in the near future, so collaberation would definitely help.

Others have helped me with information and photos throughout the years as well. The photos I've posted, may also be in the Sharlot Hall Museum, but mine are in my possession and not duplicated from them. You may feel free to email me if you need further information. There is still some straightening out to get done, but my health has caused delays. Thank you again!

Added by Marlayne Boblett on Nov 05, 2014 11:58 PM

Casey Winningham
Amy Haltom Stevens
Thanks for the correction.

Added by Casey Winningham on Sep 29, 2014 10:10 AM

Anne Woods
Suzanne Tice
Dear PRP~ Thank you so much for the picture of Suzanne's stone. Very unique stone. I appreciate your time. Again thank you. Anne

Added by Anne Woods on Sep 19, 2014 12:27 PM

Larry Threatt
RE: Matthew McClure grave entry
Hi Patrick,

Re: your request for me to link Sarah McClure Henderson (24910280) as a daughter of Matthew McClure (25165080). I don't think there is any way to add children, just parents and spouses, so sassytazzy would have to add the link for Sarah since she created her memorial.

Take care,
Cousin Larry

Added by Larry Threatt on Sep 09, 2014 5:28 PM

John Williams
Cora Keel Fluke
Thank you for that wonderful post to her memorial. She is a 2nd cousin of mine. Her Grandmother was my 3rd Great Aunt. I buy pictures in antique stores as well then try to find them on Ancestry or match them up on Findagrave. Kind of fun. Thanks again. Samuel was her husband. If there is anything else on the back I'd love to know about it. Take care.

Added by John Williams on Sep 03, 2014 12:06 AM

Russell Kennedy
RE: Roy Kennedy
No problem I know Dorothea is buried at Washington Park East....found her obituary in Indy Star....and knew Dorothea and knew her father was Roy Kennedy. But the Roy Kennedy who I am related to was Caucasian and is most likely buried somewhere in Mexico. Thank you for your consideration. So the policeman Roy Kennedy may in fact be correct. It was just that Dorothea would not be this Roy Kennedy's daughter.

Added by Russell Kennedy on Apr 24, 2014 9:13 PM

Russell Kennedy
Roy Kennedy
The Roy Kennedy buried at Crown Hill Cemetery was not the father of Dorothea Powers. Roy Kennedy was my grandfather's brother and he moved to Mexico - the country, not Mexico Indiana. He was not African American. Please correct this listing. The Roy Kennedy in my family was married and later divorced Lelia Kennedy, then married a woman named Maria (maiden name unknown)in Mexico....and they had a child - Jacqueline - born in the early 1960s.

Added by Russell Kennedy on Apr 24, 2014 7:48 PM

RE: 52nd Indiana Infantry
Thank You !

Added by knighthawk40 on May 23, 2013 8:21 PM

Colleen Sanders Broyles
RE: Charles Pearsey's grave
You could run it by the trustee or whoever oversees the cemetery as they might be able to assist you somehow. Other than that, I'm sure it would be fine to just go out and do what you can do! I have a family member who was in the Civil War whose tombstone is fallen and sinking at a cemetery in Hancock Co. I found it by accident too. I plan to get out there when the ground is soft enough and dig it out and I'm getting hold of Veteran's Affairs and see about a new replacement memorial to put up along with whatever I can salvage of the original one. It's a project I really need to get started on so I'm glad for your reminded me...old timer's is running rampant at my house these days lol.

Added by Colleen Sanders Broyles on Jan 20, 2013 8:31 AM

Colleen Sanders Broyles
RE: Charles Pearsey's grave
Keep me posted! I love it when someone is able to save a stone from being lost :)

Added by Colleen Sanders Broyles on Jan 17, 2013 9:38 PM

Colleen Sanders Broyles
RE: reply re: Charles Pearsey's tombstone
I've come across this so often...when the people who are contracted to mow have stones in their way they sometimes just toss them into a pile usually on the edge of the cemetery or they will pile them one on top of the other :( so sad! Moss Cemetery in Anderson has a lot of stones I found in this way as well as the worst being at Hays Cemetery in Hancock Co. The cemetery is in good condition but unfortunately years of neglect and vandalism resulted in broken stones, many in small pieces. and When they finally cleaned it up they piled them in a large pile one on top of the other...I found some buried three or four deep :( A huge jigsaw puzzle. Really just made me mad that they would disrespect the souls there like this. I caught a bobcat out there one day tearing down tall weeds and running right over stones that were in the weeds. No respect whatsover and so sad. Was your Grandfather a veteran? If so get hold of the Veterans Affairs and show the condition and maybe if the stone can't be saved they will replace it with a new marker for free.

Added by Colleen Sanders Broyles on Jan 17, 2013 1:23 PM

Colleen Sanders Broyles
Charles Pearsey
I wanted to let you know that yes, the stone is in danger of being lost :( It was laying along the fence row with a lot of other fallen/broken stones...If I lived closer I would go back with some help and try to dig these up as they are also sinking into the ground...before they are lost to us forever. It's only about an hour drive so maybe I can get back out there sometime soon when the weather is nicer.

Added by Colleen Sanders Broyles on Jan 17, 2013 10:57 AM

Karen Phillips
RE: Michael Conway 1769-1849
I went back to the original City Council record to check the list. The lines didn't match up very well and I see now it does say "Irishman" for Michael. I have removed the Note of "Dutch".

Thanks very much.

Added by Karen Phillips on Dec 07, 2012 12:52 PM


Added by ROB HUGHES on Sep 03, 2012 8:46 AM

Chase Pearsey
All yours

Added by ProgBase on Sep 02, 2012 11:48 AM

Perry W. Caldwell
William Pearsey
Good morning,
Thank you for the info for William's father. I have transferred the memorial to you because I firmly believe that Family belongs with Family!!!
Have a great day,
Perry W. Caldwell

Added by Perry W. Caldwell on Aug 31, 2012 6:30 AM

Bonnie's Daughter
Have a safe, warm and very Merry Christmas with many blessings for the New Year. God bless.

Added by Bonnie's Daughter on Dec 17, 2011 2:00 PM

Bonnie's Daughter
RE: William J Pearsey # 60563956
I apologize for not stating sooner my lack of direct kinship to Frank Pearsey (1871-1937).

My Gr-Grandma died when I was almost 5, so memories of her are few. Since she and my Gr-Grandpa divorced, Frank must have made her very happy as they were married for almost 20 years before he died.

I can still be of help to you, by keeping an eye out for information you need as I do my own research.

Added by Bonnie's Daughter on Feb 25, 2011 8:12 AM

Bonnie's Daughter
RE: William J Pearsey # 60563956
No, not as yet. There may have been a blood Levi or Clevenger who married a Pearsey somewhere in the mix, so who knows if I will discover a link at a later date.

I still consider Frank my family because he would have been a step-father to my Grandpa Verle.

Added by Bonnie's Daughter on Feb 24, 2011 4:28 PM

Bonnie's Daughter
RE: William J Pearsey # 60563956
Thank you for responding to my message and also for your wonderful pictures and memorials.

I would like to think William's body was returned home, but because he died from Cholera, it is doubtful. But that said, since they placed a tombstone years later, maybe they did bring him home eventually, thinking it was safe after all that time. We can only speculate.

My Gr-Grandma married William's grandson, Frank Pearsey, after my Gr-Grandpa died. Her memorial is 48249984.

On a separate subject for William, I am so confused about his wives. I thought there were three, but there seems to be conflicting information out there; here is what I have:
Rachel Crawford m: 3 Jul 1828, she died 1838.
Elizabeth Crawford m: abt 1840, divorced.
Margaret Webb, m: 16 Oct 1842.

Do I have any of them right? I sent a couple of messages to Shannon who is probably scratching her head trying to figure out what I am asking. If you can help, I would be grateful.

Thank you for all your hard work, it is really appreciated.

Added by Bonnie's Daughter on Feb 24, 2011 3:59 PM

Bonnie's Daughter
William J Pearsey # 60563956
On William's memorial you left an account of him passing away from Cholera on the way to the CA goldrush. I saw somehwere he died in Missouri, so is he actually buried in the Indiana cemetery or is that just a memorial to him? Thank you.

Added by Bonnie's Daughter on Feb 24, 2011 1:57 PM


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