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Beth (#47527018)
 member for 5 years, 1 month, 21 days
Art Burch
Robert H. Arden on find-a-grave
Hello Beth,

I just saw your posting on find-a-grave for your G-Grandfather, Robert Hickory ARDEN. Do you happen to have further information regarding Robert and his family??

I ask, because I've been researching my BURCH ancestry for many years, and my research has brought me to the Goodwine Cemetery in Warren Co., Indiana.

My Grandfather was Enoch Arden BURCH, born 3/11/1867 in Illinois (per his Death Certificate). My research indicates that he was related to several BURCH's, also buried in the Goodwine Cemetery. Due to the fact that my grandfather's name was ARDEN, and several BURCH's are all buried in Goodwine Cemetery, I suspect that we might have a family connection??

I would like to discuss this possible connection with you in further detail. Please contact me at your earliest convenience. Thank you.

Arthur "Art" Burch

Added by Art Burch on Dec 13, 2012 8:22 AM

Wanda Levy
RE: Andrew & Elizabeth Lesley
A year later - thanks for your input. I am happy to share any information. My great-aunt's maiden name was Misner - probably connected there also ;-)

Added by Wanda Levy on Jul 05, 2012 4:09 PM

Allan Rancour
Frank Rancour Sr.

I'm Larry's cousin. I'm Donald's (Norbert's older brother)son. I've done a little research as my sister-in-law is heavily involved in tracing her family roots and subscribes to many of the on-line resources for finding information. Even though we live so close we have not communicated much. I am a little older than Larry and have memories which help me to put the pieces together. It gets more complicated if we try to go deeper than my grandfather's lineage.

It was so nice of you to do that for Larry. You must be a very good friend.

Allan Rancour

Added by Allan Rancour on Apr 26, 2012 7:27 AM

Allan Rancour
Frank Rancour

I see you left a floral tribute for Frank Rancour. What is your family connection to him?


Added by Allan Rancour on Apr 25, 2012 2:53 PM

Dennis Ward
Tammy pic

Upon seeing your sister in your pic, it jogged something in my mind. I went looking and have a picture of Tammy and my sister Julie sitting on the front steps of my Grandmothers house, to good.

I will get a copy to you at some point.


Added by Dennis Ward on Sep 05, 2011 1:39 PM

Dennis Ward
RE: Relations

Thanks again for the response. I just took a closer look at your avatar pic... that is Tammy on the left. I do remember her, she was on the quiet side as I recall, sort of shy. I was born in 49, and during 64 and 65 we lived out in the country. I would come into town every weekend to stay with Grandmother. So I didn't see a lot of her but I sure do remember her.

So which one are you then in the pic?


Added by Dennis Ward on Sep 05, 2011 1:21 PM

Dennis Ward
RE: Relations

Thank you for your response. Yes, Nada was my Grandmother. I found it interesting to hear you had actually met her and that she had baby set you and your sister. That made me wonder about years that would have been and to wonder if we had ever crossed paths.

I would be happy to share info, stories and photos with you as I go along. You can contact me via e-mail directly too, if you want.


Added by Dennis Ward on Sep 05, 2011 8:41 AM

Dennis Ward
I have just recently started working on my family tree and came across you on here. Elmer Misner was my Grandmother's half-brother, George Misner, my Great-Grandfather. I have been scanning some old pictures. If you are interested in some of them let me know.

Dennis Ward

Added by Dennis Ward on Sep 05, 2011 12:37 AM

Harold R. Long
RE: George B. Dee Headstone Photo
Use it however you wish.

Added by Harold R. Long on Jul 19, 2011 3:08 AM

Andie Parrish
RE: Danielle Pickens
Thank you for any help you may lend. I do appreciate your effort.

Andie Parrish

Added by Andie Parrish on Jun 26, 2011 11:09 PM

Wanda Levy
RE: Andrew & Elizabeth Lesley
I would like to share more information with you but not here in a public space. Do you have my email information from findagrave? or does it say leave a public message? You can also find me on facebook Wanda Levy contact me there and I will be your "friend" and then we can share "private messages".

Added by Wanda Levy on Jun 14, 2011 9:19 PM

Harold R. Long
RE: George B. Dee Headstone Photo

Use the picture as you wish. Pleased you are happy with it.

Harold Long

Added by Harold R. Long on Jun 14, 2011 4:05 PM
RE: Henry Kachel

Yes I believe the arch that is now on the ground did go on top of the stone to "connect" them. Time & the woods has sure taken over this cemetery, making it very hard to even read Henry's stone.

Added by on Jun 14, 2011 2:05 PM

Wanda Levy
Andrew & Elizabeth Lesley
Beth, I am happy to link Andrew and Elizabeth. They are my 4thggrandparents so I am happy to retain the management of their entries. I will try and find some time this summer to link individuals together that belong together. Let me know if there is other work you want done. I would love to know of your connection. My connection is William then Susannah. Wanda

Added by Wanda Levy on Jun 13, 2011 7:47 PM

Beth, Thank you so much for the picture of Raymond Walker's stone.

Added by gwalk on Jun 13, 2011 7:00 PM

Amy H.
RE: Misner graves
My pleasure!

Added by Amy H. on Jun 13, 2011 6:10 PM

Amy H.
RE: Helen and Deloyd Misner, Irene and Albert Arden
I think you also requested the photo of Sarah Nelson at Liberty Chapel Cemetery? I looked for that one on Sunday, but no luck. I found her husband (which had already been posted), but there are no other markers near his. That cemetery has many broken and illegible markers, and I suspect many markers are buried as well.

Added by Amy H. on Jun 13, 2011 6:03 PM

Amy H.
Misner graves
I posted a photo for Helen Misner today (same stone as DeLoyd Misner). There is another Misner next to them, so I took a photo in case it is of interest to you. It is George Misner 1909-1972, but I did not find a memorial on Find A Grave for him.

Added by Amy H. on Jun 13, 2011 10:49 AM

Bob W
Dickerson marker photo
Thank you so much for getting the photo. My wife is a cousin of his mother Emma Goswick Dickerson.

Here is a family story about John:

John Walter Dickerson lost his parents at an early age and was raised by his grandmother, Sarah Elizabeth Goswick.

John worked in the cotton fields up to age 19. During this time he met Charles and Claudia Stires who were driving to Ohio from Florida. They asked him to help drive them back to Ohio and he accepted. He swore he would never pick cotton again. He kept that oath.

His road trip ended in Licking Co. Ohio, near the town of Granville. Once settled in from the long drive to Ohio, John took that same car out in search of employment. He accepted a job at the Claycraft Brick Co. on the eastern side of Columbus, Ohio making red brick for the construction trade.

Added by Bob W on Jun 12, 2011 12:35 PM

Jane Barido
Rachel Carsey
Thank you for taking this photo.

Added by Jane Barido on Jun 12, 2011 8:03 AM

Jane Barido
RE: Rachel Carsey
Thank you Yes Linda Boggs Carsey was my grandmother Rachel Carsey's daughter Yes please
take the picture.. I don't know the other Carsey's..Thank you so very much.

Added by Jane Barido on Jun 12, 2011 7:58 AM


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