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Rick Morris (#48009332)
 member for 2 years, 6 months, 12 days
Bob Love
RE: Louisa Jane Hiatt Love
Rick - I have sent you an email from my mew email address.

Added by Bob Love on Jan 06, 2015 11:00 AM

Stonefinder-Deb
Daniel Wilcosxon tombstone
You actually found Daniel Wilcoxson Sr.'s tombstone 1754-1837 and added it to Find A Grave. His Find A Grave memorial # 64437487 you added it to doesn't say where the cemetery is. Its listed as unknown, but you have the tombstone to prove it is in a cemetery.

Would you please be able to tell me what cemetery you found this beautiful tombstone in?? Thank you for helping me. Deb

Added by Stonefinder-Deb on Sep 30, 2014 12:41 PM

John Hostetler
RE: richard morris
As I have asked before, please send me your fathers memorial number and I will be happy to transfer your fathers memorial to you. There are 160 Richard Morris's in the Find A Grave database. I have no idea which is your father.

Added by John Hostetler on Jan 01, 2014 4:57 PM

grandmacarol
RE: question please
As I indicate on my contributor page, most of my Cooper county information comes from what the local historical society has published on its mogen website. Specifically, for the old Mt. Nebo cemetery, that can be found here:
http://www.cooper.mogenweb.org/Cemeteries/MT_NEBO_CEMETERY_OLD.pdf

Having used this site for some time, I can say that they have a very high rate of accuracy. That said, very high is not 100%. I'm afraid that's all the info I have. Sorry I can't be more help.

Carol

Added by grandmacarol on Dec 16, 2013 6:38 AM

John Hostetler
RE: question please
Is your contributor # 5180707 ?

What is your Father's memorial # ?

j

Added by John Hostetler on Nov 10, 2013 6:25 PM

CM Reed
RE: memorial transfers
You are very welcome!

Added by CM Reed on Aug 09, 2013 9:49 PM

CM Reed
Nevermind
I remembered!! Sorry! They have been transferred.

Added by CM Reed on Aug 07, 2013 7:22 AM

CM Reed
RE: laton and anna morris
I am sorry! I have forgotten what you needed me to do! Getting old and senile!

Added by CM Reed on Aug 06, 2013 9:48 PM

CM Reed
RE: laton and anna morris
Sure can! would you send me their memorial numbers and they are yours!

Added by CM Reed on Aug 05, 2013 3:34 PM

Sandi Gill
John Kerlin or Kirlin
There is a memorial for John Kerlin and a second for John Kirlin, the latter with a photo. Why don't you contact Lottie, who created the other memorial and sort out the spelling.

Added by Sandi Gill on Jul 27, 2013 9:44 AM

LYoung
RE: taking photo of Greenlee headstone
Hello Rick,
In answer to your question, normally I start by visiting the library in the county of the cemetery that I am searching. For instances, I live in Grant Co., In., so I visited the Indiana Room at the Marion Public Library . I look for information on the location and layout of the various cemeteries in the county. Then if I have a name of a person, the Marion Library has an online database I can search to find what cemetery a person is buried in and approximately where he/she is buried. If you can not find a burial record, I search for an obituary for that person and it will often list the name of the cemetery.
If a person is not in the Library database, I contact the sexton of the cemetery where a person is buried to see if he can tell me where a person is buried. If I do not know who the sexton of the cemetery is, I often times contact the funeral homes and they can usually provide the information about who I should contact.
Even though it still takes a lot of leg work, this helps to cut down on the amount of time it takes to find stones in the cemeteries.
Regardless of where you are searching, in Indiana, Texas, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Kansas, etc., I have found that the best way to start is by visiting the library and finding as much as you can on a cemetery, before you began. Another place I have found is to visit the Historical or genealogy society in various areas, if a library is not close by.
Hope this helps.
Linda

Added by LYoung on Jul 24, 2013 4:52 PM

lawooten
RE: margaret underwood page photo
Your very welcome. I am glad my son and I could help. We enjoyed the day we spent walking around and believe it or not we learned a lot so thank you for your request.

Added by lawooten on Jun 03, 2013 7:37 PM

Bob Collins
RE: Thank you Bob!
You're certainly welcome for the photo, but I don't want you to be confused. There is no Obenland stone. The grave is BETWEEN the stones pictured, per the caption.

Added by Bob Collins on May 19, 2013 9:43 AM

Barbara Wolf
RE: Photo of charles stout tombstone
So glad to be able to fulfill your request. You are welcome! Barb

Added by Barbara Wolf on Apr 24, 2013 6:47 PM

Marsha Toles-Smither
Sarah Wilcoxson
Hello,
I wanted to let you know that I have tried to locate the burial place for Sarah and her Husband without any success. I am going to contact the Daughters of the American Revolution to find out exactly where this is located. Because I have been told that they put a Marker there. If I locate it I will post a picture for you. Are you related to Sarah? I am related to her Husband's family.
Thank you and GOD Bless!!!

Added by Marsha Toles-Smither on Apr 20, 2013 8:45 AM

Pat and Billy
RE: Clarence Treadway photo
It was our honor and happy to help out!

Pat and Billy

Added by Pat and Billy on Apr 10, 2013 7:30 PM

Pat and Billy
RE: Clarence Treadway photo
It was our honor and happy to help out!

Pat and Billy

Added by Pat and Billy on Apr 10, 2013 7:29 PM

Barry L. Seitz
RE: Rev, Kahle
I don't manage Rev. Kahle's memorial, but I transferred his wife and daughter to you. I sent a "Suggest a Correction" to the contributor who manages it, giving his dates and a link to his second wife.

Barry


Added by Barry L. Seitz on Apr 09, 2013 5:36 PM

Barry L. Seitz
Rev. Kahle
You're very welcome. Happy to help.

Barry

Added by Barry L. Seitz on Apr 09, 2013 5:01 PM

KC
RE: jonathon gillet photo
Sorry I didn't have better news! Unfortunately there are quite a few headstones in this condition in the cemtery due to age.

Karen

Added by KC on Mar 29, 2013 8:05 AM

 
 

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