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Doogie (#47530682)
 member for 3 years, 11 months, 19 days
RE: Reck's
If you would like for me to transfer management, just give me your findagrave #

Added by Norson on Dec 02, 2014 10:10 AM

RE: Reck's
You will need to provide more information, please...i.e, cemetery name, name on gravestone, etc
thank you

Added by Norson on Dec 01, 2014 7:20 PM

Anne Stutzman Stevens
RE: Hirstein
That would be fine - I just prefer that you properly credit the photo. Thanks.

Added by Anne Stutzman Stevens on Aug 13, 2014 10:15 PM

RE: Zobrist
I am so happy that you found them. I will link them with their daughter Alice.

Added by Judy on Aug 01, 2014 6:42 PM

RE: Zobrist
If you would like to call Bunnell Cemetery office and ask what plot they are buried in, then I will be happy to go back out there and try to snap a picture.

Bunnell Cemetery Assn (Frankfort, IN)
Business Activities: Cemetery Subdividers And Developers

Address: 1175 N County Road 200 W
Frankfort, IN 46041-7475
United States

Phone: (765) 654 4324
Fax: (765) 654 4324

Do you know if Alice Gertrude Gough is their daughter? If so, then maybe they are buried near her. I will check again.

Added by Judy on Jul 30, 2014 6:48 PM

Michael D
RE: Graceland Cemetery
I have been photographing Graceland for over a month now. Trying to do all stones that are readable. If I posted duplicate photos I thought my picture added something of value to the memorial. Nearly 4000 pictures taken so far in Graceland. Hope to complete Graceland in a couple of weeks. I am also adding GPS coordinates to help searchers find what they want.


Added by Michael D on Jul 29, 2014 6:43 AM

Long Point
RE: Metz
Feel free to use however you wish.

Added by Long Point on Jul 22, 2014 5:23 PM

Dan Ryan
RE: Leonard Menold
Your welcome, glad I could help.

Added by Dan Ryan on Jul 05, 2014 3:21 PM

I added Elizabeth Thorndyke's maiden name. Are you related? If so, I can make transfers.

Added by Koach on Jun 08, 2014 5:17 AM

Dan Ryan
RE: Menold's
You are welcome, glad I could help

Added by Dan Ryan on May 19, 2014 3:38 PM

RE: Anna Ruehle
You're very welcome.


Added by NLColes on Mar 03, 2014 4:30 PM

Dan Ryan
RE: The Leuthold's
Yes, that would be fine, you can use them for anything you'd like.

Added by Dan Ryan on Mar 03, 2014 4:13 PM

RE: Charles Baer
I'm just not sure. I need to get back out there and clean the stone to see if I can read it better. I live about 20 miles away. If the weather is decent enough, I'll try to get out there this weekend and check it out.

I've spent the last couple hours searching Baer obituaries, and haven't made any connection. I'd sure like to know what it says. Maybe all this rain cleaned the mud off the stone and I can read it now. Will let you know. Thanks, Pam

Added by MidwestMom on Oct 30, 2013 9:21 PM

Ken Tabor
RE: Your mom
Ok, sounds fine. All's well here, I'll tell her you say hey. 1995.

Added by Ken Tabor on Sep 27, 2013 9:50 PM

William Harrison
RE: Mary Evaline (Titus) Wickham
Hi Doogie,

I have searched online and in all of the references that I have at my home, but cannot locate her after her enumeration in the 1940 Census on 1 Apr.

I will see if I can get to the Library and see what might be available there.

Added by William Harrison on Sep 23, 2013 10:29 PM

Pat Sinclair
Joseph Wickham
Thought you might find this interesting.

Pursuant to announcement, large delegations from Bern, and our own township, met at the mouth of Federal Creek, on the 13th instant, to clear out the grave yard that is at this point. Between fifty and sixty men with axes and mattocks, made an assault on the immense thicket of brush, and by noon had succeeded in bringing to view the graves of the departed dead. The ladies held the reserve with well loaded baskets of the choicest viands, pies, sweet cakes, etc., and when the work was completed, we all fell back to where these dear ladies were fortified with their baskets, and such a dinner never was spread to an audience in Rome township before! Conspicuous among those who are buried in this cemetery is Captain Nathaniel Sawyer, who was born in Haverhill, Mass, 1757, and was a soldier in the Revolutionary war. The Indians, also, held him for some time in the wilds of Ohio. Mr. Joseph Wickham, is also buried here. He deserted from the British and enlisted under Washington, and served with him until the close of the war. He died in 1833. The late Judge Elijah Hatch, who was one of the pioneers of our county, and representd this county in Legislature for nine terms, is interred here, and last but not least, Lieut. Joseph Anderson is buried here. He died in 1863.
The citizens who were present, agreed to meet every year to keep this cemetery in proper order hereafter.
August 15, '81 C.D.
Athens Messenger
18 Aug 1881

Added by Pat Sinclair on Jun 05, 2013 5:55 AM

RE: Pioneer Cemetery
I visited this cemetery last summer, so I don't remember exactly what the condition of the stones was. I think there may have been a few that were barely readable. Pioneer Cemetery was one of several small old cemeteries that I found and mapped last summer. In the others, I did take photos of the few stones which were legible enough. As I remember, none of the stones in Pioneer Cemetery looked like they'd make a useful photo. Also, it was on private property, and the property owners were not at home for me to ask permission to be there, so I wasn't comfortable staying very long.

Added by wjw on Apr 21, 2013 2:28 PM

B. Taber
RE: Orrick Wickham
Yes his stone was hard to read. I could tell it said Wickham accross the bottom and his first name at the top. I was wondering if we could connect Orrick to his daughter Melvina (my gggrandmother) who is buried in Miller Cemetery Coles county. I was so glad to see your request because I did not know where Orrick was buried. The cemetery happens to be just a few miles down the road from where I live, boy was I surprised to find him.
I would love any information you have on Orrick.
My email is

Added by B. Taber on Jul 11, 2012 3:29 PM

Mike&Norma Bell Keys
RE: Almira (Frost) Hazelton
I've posted the pic of Almira, and added her dob along with parents' names under the pic. I am sending other pics to your e-mail address.

Added by Mike&Norma Bell Keys on Dec 03, 2011 7:18 PM

Mary Ann
RE: pictures
I have added the military stones for Agnes Evelyn, James, and Morris Milton. Unfortunately, Agnes' has lost the shine all ready. That is all that is on the lot.

Mary Ann

Added by Mary Ann on Nov 09, 2011 9:58 PM

Sue Sterling Tretter
I'm so glad to see your recent additions of burials in Livingston Co., IL and environs. I'm especially fond of the new Metz photographs, and even though your don't have a photo of Barbara Sommer Metz, I'm overjoyed to know where she's buried and that you've included her in your Findagrave memorials.
Thanks so much. Sue Tretter
PS. Two of my grandchildren are related to these Metzes. (No, I'm not interested in having any of your Find A Grave memorials to me.)

Added by Sue Sterling Tretter on Sep 15, 2011 6:47 PM


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