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Donna Rankin * Searching the Past
RE: where is Basswood cemetery
Linda,
Could you be talking about Bassett Grove Cemetery/Burial Grounds in Grove?
If so, here are the directions to Bassett Grove Cemetery :

From Hwy 10 north of Cowskin Bridge, go east on E 250 .03 mile. Located with the Seneca-Cayuga Bassett Grove Stomp Grounds.

Hope that helps!

Have a great day,
Donna

Added by Donna Rankin * Searching ... on May 17, 2011 6:56 AM

Cindy
RE: additional Henderson photos
You're welcome for the photos. We were not in the area of the bad storms that hit IA yesterday, and it's so nice to get outside. Ashton is a beautiful little cemetery with a chapel located next to Wildwood Park. I enjoyed it. Have a good weekend, Cindy.

Added by Cindy on Apr 10, 2011 11:46 AM

Rick France
Benjamin Hardin at Crown Hill, Indpls
I was not able to locate a marker for Benjamin Hardin or determine a reliable approximate location. I posted a general view of Section D. There are few markers, and many are badly weathered and illegible. GPS of the area: 39.82440, -86.17612. Sorry there isn't better news.

Added by Rick France on Mar 20, 2011 8:21 AM

tombstone2c
RE: Paullin Seagrave
Thank you for your message. Paullin is my direct ancestor. I have spent years trying to locate information and records on him but with not much luck. I have searched the 1850 census of Randolph County, IN but did not find him under Paullin, Pauline or even Paul. There are no land records for him.

Added by tombstone2c on Mar 02, 2011 1:49 PM

Michael
RE: Mary Burke
You are very welcome. I am happy to help…..

Michael

Added by Michael on Mar 01, 2011 6:55 PM

john thrasher
Thomas Thrasher
Hello Linda, Thomas Thrasher was my grandfather.He was born in Ky., Lived in Ind. and moved to caruthersville mo where he ran a sawmill and farmed extensively in so. east mo.He was born in 1859 and died in 1946 at 87 yrs. I remember him well. He Married Mary alpha Rosecrans and they had 2 sons, My father William R. Thrasher and My Uncle James E. Thrasher. His Father James Was wounded in the Civil War and died of a mini-ball in his lungs about 8 months after coming home to ind. They had no way of removing such things back then. Let me know how you are related as I am curious about such things. You can find his Grave on Find a grave as well as My Grandmothers grave(Mary Alpha (Rosecrans) Thrasher.James Father was My Great Grandfather Thomas Thrasher whose Father was John Thrasher Burried in Thrasher Farm Cem. in pendleton co ky. Johns father was Thomas and Thomas's father was benjamin. They came originally from Wales and landed in Frederick Co Maryland where there are still many Thrashers. Hope this helps you on your quest. Yours Truly John T.

Added by john thrasher on Jan 22, 2011 7:05 PM

Donna C. Walters & Linda Foster
RE: Giles Whitworth
I am from NJ and don't know alot of people out here but there are Richwines in Stark and one on the 2md mile below me. Donna

Added by Donna C. Walters & Linda ... on Sep 25, 2010 6:23 PM

Larry McCallister
Harding pics
Linda,
The pictures that I uploaded for the Hardings were taken a while back. I have been working on this cemetery for awhile but haven't had the time to sit and upload all of the pictures I have. I had to go to the cemetery today and since I now have a better camera than I did when I took the other pics, I got some new ones today and replaced the pics I uploaded two days ago. I think these are easier to read and better overall. Just wanted to let you know that there are different pics on the Hardings memorial pages.
Larry

Added by Larry McCallister on Aug 18, 2010 3:17 PM

Larry McCallister
RE: Hardings
Glad I could help.
Larry

Added by Larry McCallister on Aug 18, 2010 9:04 AM

Debbie Farmer
RE: Cornman
Thank you. I am just glad i could help. Is this Cornman related to you? There was another Cornman husband and wife buried near them and some others on the other side of this cemetery that are distant relatives of mine. The ones buried near them were Maurice & Doris Cornman and a Catherine Cornman. I have photos of those too if you need them.
Happy Hunting!
Debbie Farmer
Ellettsville, IN

Added by Debbie Farmer on Jul 18, 2010 9:45 AM

Galeen Irvin Chain
RE: Harding
You are most welcome--any time! And you are right about Oklahoma summertime! Have a good one.

Added by Galeen Irvin Chain on Jun 22, 2010 3:38 PM

Renee
Andrew Allen
I transfered Andrew's memorial to you at the suggest of another Find a grave member who took pictures for you. I hope you do not mind. My hope is to eventually give all my memorials to their families. Thank you, Renee

Added by Renee on Jun 18, 2010 5:29 PM

Christine Renee
RE: Hardings
Well I am sorry I couldn't do better..

My 3 year old I usually bring with me.. but this cemetery Lofton.. there were no directions for it... I had to ask around from people who lived in the area for a long long time..

When we found the cemtery.. we were out in the boonies.. and *lol* I forgot my cell phone.. so I was just praying we didn't have an issue.

As we drove closer to the graveyard.. this BIG black dog comes out of no where and runs to the car.. and I pass him and keep going getting closer to the first gate.. (not realizing this dog is following us.. )

So I pull up to the first gate and get out of the car to see if I can open the gate somehow.. and I see that I can and am ready to open it when I see that Big black dog hauling tail down the road.. well I have a fear of big dogs.. and so I just wanted to get back in my car.. I get to the car door with my hand on the handle.. just as the dog is making the corner of my car.. so now I'm thinking.. I can't open the door to try to get in.. didn't want my 3 year old to get attacked.. and so I'm all ready to get bit and have to fight this dog off.. *Lol*

This dog comes barreling at me.. jumps at me.. and starts aggressively licking me to death !! *lol*

That dog was crazy.. not dangerous.. but hyper to say the least.. and HUGE !

So I go to open the gate and get bck in the car and drive to the second gate..

The dog follows.. and so that gate i can see is easy to open.. so I figure.. I don't want my baby girl to be freaked by this dog.. so I decide I'll carry her from the car to the gate.. slip her in and then slip in myself and leave this crazy dog outside..

I manage that successfully.. and take a picture of the graveyard sign and me and Zoe (my 3 year old ) we start walking around and I'm looking for the graves you requested.. and wouldn't you know it.. that Crazy dog.. he managed to lift the latch on both sides of that gate door and came bounding in towards us.. and freaked out my daughter big time..

So now I'm carrying her to keep her from being licked and bounded to death by this crazy dog.. she's scared.. and I'm holding 32 lbs of her in one arm and balancing the camera in the other.. with this dog running around my legs like crazy ..

I found the graves.. and tried to get good pictures.. but I couldn't crouch down to get a better picture.. because of that dumb dog.. he would have got me and my daughter.. and then he popped in a couple of the pictures.. I had to post one .. (sorry.)

So then I'm leaving.. I get the baby in the car.. and that dog is still in the graveyard and I didn't want to leave him there..

so I called him out.. locked the gate.. and the dog seemed clamer..

I drove to the first gate... the dog leading the way.. get out .. lock that gate.. and
then the dog.. totally calm.. just walking with me.. I pat him.. and he walks away.. leading us down this old dirt road.

It was the weirdest thing.. and then he was gone into the field or something..

it was the weirdest thing. I told my daughter.. that dog must be the guardian of Lofton Cemetery.

We called him Lazarus.. seemed suitable.

But the whole experience.. was so interesting.

My uncle just died in Florida, my mother is sick with Dementia.. and being stuck in Northern California.. has been really hard .. and so I admit.. I've been kinda depressed the past couple days.. but honestly.. that whole event, knocked me out of my depression.. and it was AWESOME.

Anyway.. if I get the courage and time.. I want to go back.. there's a lot of graves there.. and it would be nice to get pictures of all of them (minus the dog) to put on this website..

I'm glad the pictures were okay. Glad also you enjoyed the dog story. It is pretty funny ! Even to me ! =)

Best Regards,

Chris Robinson

Added by Christine Renee on Jun 18, 2010 10:59 AM

Dave Davisson
Susan M Allen
This is the wife of the Andrew Allen you asked me to post a photo for, in Green Lawn Cem., Columbus, Ohio. She is Andrew's wife, so I made a page, linked her to Andrew, and transferred to you. I have the lot sheet with names, dates and maps for all those in this lot, inc. the two relatives you requested who did not have stones, I will e-mail them tonight so you can find where Andrew & Susan's daughter and son-in-laws plots easily if you get the chance to visit.

Added by Dave Davisson on Jun 13, 2010 7:16 PM

Donna C. Walters & Linda Foster
RE: Giles Whitworth
I had a hard time. The sun wouldn't cooperate and since I had a stroke in feb. my rollator didn't like the ground. But it got me out and moving. Just what I needed. Donna

Added by Donna C. Walters & Linda ... on Jun 13, 2010 5:45 PM

Amber Crooks
Ketron Family
Thank you for trying to help me find the headstones. I really appreciate it. The extra effort was really nice. Hopefully, I can return the favor.
Amber

Added by Amber Crooks on May 06, 2010 8:49 PM

John Worman
Richard and Virginia Cook
Hello,

Many thanks for the photos of Richard and Virginia Cook's stones. They were my aunt and uncle, but could have passed as grand parents. They were really good to my sister and me.

Thank you.

Added by John Worman on May 05, 2010 6:28 PM

Amber Crooks
Peter Ketron
Thank you for trying to help with this one. I really appreciate the effort. :)

Added by Amber Crooks on May 04, 2010 9:10 PM

Leah Fletcher
Jennie Taylor
Thanks so much for the picture for Jennie Oakley Taylor. I so appreciate your time for this project. Thanks so much!!
Leah Anne

Added by Leah Fletcher on May 04, 2010 12:46 PM

Brent Nimmo
RE: Aquilla Rice
hardest part was getting my abused digital camera to function. Being a CW Soldier his plot info was clear. For more info on his regiment, go here:
http://www.ohiocivilwar.com/cw58.html

Added by Brent Nimmo on Apr 22, 2010 3:19 PM

Linda Joseph
Photo
Thank you very much for the photo of Mr Sutton.

Added by Linda Joseph on Apr 19, 2010 1:21 AM

DMLeForce
Sutton
Thank you so much for the wicked cool pics. Excellent quality. My family & I appreciate it. :)

Added by DMLeForce on Apr 18, 2010 7:15 PM

Ralene Guy
Thomas Jones marker
Thank you kindly for taking the picture of my gt grandfather's marker. Did you by any chance see another marker with the name of Thomas Jones near by? Some have it that there are two Thomas Jones buried there.

Added by Ralene Guy on Mar 24, 2010 9:41 AM

shirleyw55
George Creason
Thank you for taking the picture of his headstone.

Added by shirleyw55 on Mar 24, 2010 7:55 AM

Logan
Cunningham
Thanks so much for the pic.

Added by Logan on Mar 23, 2010 8:45 PM

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