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Chris Walker (#47439060)
 member for 3 years, 4 months, 28 days
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Donna Kuhlman
RE: Thomas W. Conner
Thanks, Chris! Am still wading through several more pages of data for Daugherty. Let me know if there's anything you're looking for in Bartholomew Co. stuff--have lots.

Added by Donna Kuhlman on Apr 22, 2013 8:44 AM

Robert Hess
George L Thorne III Transfer
Chris, Thank you so much for transferring George to me. I will send you additional information on him in a separate email.

Added by Robert Hess on Jan 24, 2013 11:17 AM

Vickie
RE: Enoch Richardson
Glad to help out!-Vickie

Added by Vickie on Jan 23, 2013 10:50 AM

ĸỵн
RE: John Bell
your welcome on the photo Chris Im more than glad to help out! :-) yes Johns his grave is unmarked. I put a flower where his headstone would be however its sorta obscured in the photo by the shadows, have a great day :-)

Added by ĸỵн on Nov 06, 2012 8:01 AM

Don Lynch
RE: Horace Bell
You're welcome. I portrayed him years ago at the Angelus Rosedale Cemetery Tour, so I knew how to find the headstone. Don

Added by Don Lynch on Oct 24, 2012 9:25 AM

Doug & Marilyn Parman
Lorenzo Dow Witt
He has no marker, I placed orange flowers at his grave site and posted the photo.

Marilyn

Added by Doug & Marilyn Parman on Aug 30, 2012 4:25 PM

Davwingman
RE: Witt photo
Thanks so much for the photos of the Witt graves. Your time is much appreciated! I've had some confusing information come to light since I requested these pictures. According to Thomas J. Witt's findagrave memorial, he's buried in an unmarked grave at Porterville Cemetery; however, another volunteer has sent me a picture of Thomas J. Witt's tombstone at Visalia Public Cemetery in Tulare County. It appears that he is buried at Visalia. When you went to the Porterville Cemetery, did you check with someone at the office about Thomas J. Witt or were you able to find the grave from the location information on the memorial? I will also send a message to the volunteer who posted this grave location information for Thomas J. Witt and see if she can help solve this mystery. Thanks so much!

Chris

Actually what I did was locate the Witt family plot & Henry S. is at d 196 6. I then located Henry C. at D196 3. Moving over about where I thought Thomas J. should be there is an unmarked plot. According to cemetery records he is there. If you wish, I can verify with the cemetery staff the next time i am there & make any corrections necessary. Dave

Added by Davwingman on Aug 24, 2012 8:46 AM

Tonya & Keith Tetidrick
RE: June Cotton
Chris,
Yes, Ralph was buried next to her. We created a memorial for him. His memorial number is 94800944. Let us know if you'd like it transferred to you. We did not see any other Cotton's in the area around them. You're very welcome for the photo.
Tonya

Added by Tonya & Keith Tetidrick on Aug 06, 2012 10:08 AM

JBeltz
RE: Nolan Graves
Hi back,

Good info! The photo of the grave with the standing Nolan stone is where Charles is buried. If I remember right there are 3 or 4 more flat stones next to his. I'll take photos of those and pass on the info and perhaps they may come in handy for you. Those are covered pretty well with grass so if it's okay with you I'll remove what I can to get the pics.

The William Nolan "father" stone also had 1 or 2 other stones so I'll photograph those also. Right near these flat stones is another standing Nolan stone with different first names. I believe this is a husband wife burial. I might as well photo those also just in case. I do know that none of the names matched what you are looking for. Perhaps someone used a different first name?

I'll talk with the caretaker tomorrow to see if he's found anything. He did mention that the children may not be marked depending on if the family could pay or not. Hopefully we'll get some good news!

Jeff

Added by JBeltz on Jul 22, 2012 5:57 PM

JBeltz
RE: Nolan Graves
Your welcome. I am still trying to locate Jane Nolan Walker and Mathew and Eddie Nolan. Are Mathew and Eddie children? About half the flat Nolan markers are overgrown. I've got the caretaker trying to locate the graves but it seems his records aren't the best. Any further info on the three would be helpful. I'll keep trying. Thanks.

Added by JBeltz on Jul 22, 2012 4:30 PM

Angela Stallard
RE: Lipps Cemetery
Sorry, been too busy w/work. Glad you made it there and found the stones.

Added by Angela Stallard on Jun 29, 2012 9:10 AM

Stephen Maassen
Nathan Summers
I walked Medora cemetery today fulfilling a photo requested by another family. So I looked for your request, too, but I didn't see a gravesite for Nathan, nor any stones with the surname Summers, sorry )-: Wish I could report better news. Diana

Added by Stephen Maassen on Jun 15, 2012 11:31 PM

Robin Zube
RE: Clarence Walker
Well happy birthday ~ that was good timing! Robin

Added by Robin Zube on Jun 14, 2012 2:06 PM

Janet Swaim
RE: William Patrick
You are so very welcome. I too had requests for this cemetery but decided to make a tour of Kansas and help others as well.

Added by Janet Swaim on May 29, 2012 4:12 PM

Dennis Pearse
RE: James Loucks


YOUR VERY WELCOME

DENNIS

Added by Dennis Pearse on Mar 17, 2012 5:59 PM

Angela Stallard
Lipps Cemetery
Wow! I hate I missed your email and post about the Lipps Cemetery. My computer has been down and I couldn't have it repaired immediately. I sure hope you found the cemetery. I was thinking about the cemetery just last week! I was wondering if anything would be visible in it. It was so badly covered in the summer...really thick. I hope you were able to get over in to it.
Angela

Added by Angela Stallard on Feb 11, 2012 12:15 AM

Dania Ward
RE: James M. Norton
Chris,
Thank you I will certainly contact you if I need anything in those areas! We had snow last night which has halted my progress but I will be covering Winchester and Medora here in the next few months. I will certainly do my best to fulfill your wishes.
Thanks again!
Dania

Added by Dania Ward on Feb 08, 2012 10:16 AM

Dania Ward
RE: James M. Norton
Chris,
I to am doing Scott and Jersey County as well. I was born in Jersey county but as with everything else it all takes time...and good weather lol. I will be happy to pass on your information to her. She will be THRILLED! Thanks for sharing! Together we will put this all together.
Thanks tons,
Dania

Added by Dania Ward on Feb 07, 2012 6:41 PM

Dania Ward
RE: James M. Norton
Chris!
I am happy I was able to fulfill it! I am working with a woman from the Pike County, IL Historical Society and she is wanting pics and info on all Civil War Veterans that I find. Would it be ok with you to share you information with her? As a matter of fact after I took his photo..I do this to all but military is a little more special to me and I thanked him for his service in serving our country, and wished him peace till we all meet again.
Dania

Added by Dania Ward on Feb 07, 2012 4:19 PM

Amy
RE: James Light
well, I tried, with very similar results, so...
I guess that is just what it looks like!
:-) A

Added by Amy on Feb 01, 2012 10:25 PM

Amy
RE: James Light
you are welcome!
I was not pleased with that photo - the hard water stains are so hard to see through, but if I can catch it at a different time of day, maybe I can catch some shadow to add a little definition. If the temps are still up today I'll try getting down there - so check back!
I only made a small dent in the request list yesterday.
:-) A

Added by Amy on Feb 01, 2012 8:45 AM

Lanie
RE: William Allen
Hi
Yes, William is connected, but as a cousin. If you click on the duplicate links, you will see that the memorials were deleted for one of the duplicates. I do not know who would have done that or why. I am working on that! You asked about John Dixon Allen being a son, I am confused about that one as I do not have him - Did I send you a link for him?

Added by Lanie on Jan 03, 2012 2:53 PM

Doris Snyder
Peace Cemetery
No, they have not been. This cemetery is so overgrown and there are many completely sunken stones. Some we had to dig out by had so as not to damage the old stone. Without a tool it would be impossible to find many of them. It is also a dangerous cemetery to walk. We took all that we could find (or trip over) and walked it twice on several different days. Please go online and read the legend surrounding Mr. Cook, the mass murderer buried there. That may be part of the reason it is not well kept.

Added by Doris Snyder on Dec 30, 2011 7:26 PM

Ken Record
Edwin Bachman
Chris, I am fulfilling your photo request now. Also in the same plot are: Levinia (next to Edwin), Edna Bachman Kline and Charles David Kline. I will post those pics as well. Ken Record

Added by Ken Record on Dec 01, 2011 7:40 AM

Tina Wingate
Skeen - Frankfort Cemetery
Chris,

Thanks for the update, in the Index Book they had her listed under her husbands name, as they do for quite a few burials at Frankfort. I have made the correction, but also note that you set up a memorial for Sallie which has now caused a duplicate. If they are family I would be glad to transfer mgmt. to you, just let me know.

Tina

Added by Tina Wingate on Nov 13, 2011 2:49 PM

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