|Cindy (Walker) DeJarnette (#47464674)|
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I enjoy searching for my ancestors and I am glad to help anyone else in any way possible. If I have a memorial for your family member, I will gladly transfer it if they are not also my relative.|
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|Carl F.||RE: Pearl D Loy & Esther L Loy|
It sure would be ok for you to use any any information I have added.
Thanks for asking
Added by Carl F. on Jun 25, 2015 8:12 AM
Good catch! Apparently she was Shuster before she was Sipe. Cemetery records show Sipe also in Lincoln Memorial.
Added by Linda T. on Jun 13, 2015 5:25 AM
|Willi Anderson||RE: Clifton & Ida May Walker|
Cindy, glad you caught this one. I misread the paragraph in his obit. It's been removed.
Thanks for finding this one,
|Michael Odell Curry||William Curry|
I am inquiring to the connection you have have on #54009714 to Wm B. Curry #38669458 as his son. My research on William Lockwood Curry takes him into the 1930's being widowed and a inmate in East Nelson, Moultrie, Illinois
|Jeanne Irene Bailey Schaub||RE: Bonnie Adams|
You are most welcome.
CINDY,I AM TRYING TO FIND MY WALKER RELATIVES,AND MY RAGSDALE RELATIVES,MY GRAND FATHER IS TOBY RAGSDALE,WALKER.HIS MOTHER WAS A RAGSDALE,TOBY WAS A WALKER I THINK, MY NAME IS WALKER, BUT HE IS BURIED UNDER RAGSDALE,NEVER KNEW THE MEANING OF THIS.IF YOU HAVE ANY INFO. THANK YOU.
|JANET SMITH||RE: Irene Dorris Cannon Smith|
Irene "Renie" was my husband's mother sister she was one of a set of triplets. My mother in law was Pauline Cannon Smith Thomas she and her twin brother where the youngest children. They lived in Empire, it is between Crofton and Nortonville Ky.
In the picture her son Thurman Scott Dorris, Kay Dorris Lindauer, Aunt Renie, & her youngest daughter Sandra Dorris don't remember her married name. My guess is that you are related to my husband we lived in Hopkins Co about 3 miles to Christian Co Ky good taking with you Janet Smith
|Richard Kelley||RE: Lincoln Development Cemetery|
Thank you so much for your reply and the information you gave me. It is much appreciated.
|Richard Kelley||Zack Kelley|
I have a 2nd cousin (twice removed) buried at Lincon Development Cemetery. I found a Illinois death index of him showing that he died as a patient on Dec. 9, 1925. I see that you took the cemetery picture. I read an old article about the Lincoln Developmental Mental facility and it stated that you have to get permission to go on the cemetery grounds. Is that true? I have had a photo request for a couple of years posted on findagrave with no bites. I thought maybe going their in the spring and take a look around. I am from southern Illinois and it would be about 100 miles + away. But if I have to get permission who do I see? Thanks so much.
Cindy, I have researched this problem, and I will be able to get a photo of the stone of "Amanda L. Brown Dimsdale" next week after the bad weather passes. Apparently she is listed by her birth name, and the stone says Elizabeth G. Dimsdale. Apparently her stone bears no dates, however she is buried next to her husband Henry. Allison
Added by allison on Feb 25, 2015 3:54 PM
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