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Christine Wynne (#47370562)
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Christine Brings
Re: your connection to the Person family
I see that you are related to George Person Jr's wife. I am a second cousin once removed to George Jr.

George Jr's grandfather, Axel Person, was the brother of my great-grandmother, Josephine(Person) Anderson.

Person/Lundgren family did not maintain contact, and I've been unsuccessful in establishing any current contact (you're the closest I've found.)

Thanks for you work on find-a-grave.

Another Christine
Added by Christine Brings on Feb 01, 2015 9:29 PM
RE: Kibler pix
You are welcome. I presume you are referring to Barbara, Sylvanus, and Taswell. If so I have news about Taswell. I just discovered there is duplicate memorial for Taswell (67886652) that contains a better pic than mine. It was taken a few years ago when the cemetery was apparently in better shape. If you are interested in John Kibler (1816 - 1855) who I believe is Taswell's father, I have info on his marker pic. Let me know.

Added by paulofannandale on Jul 25, 2014 9:16 PM
Reba Cambell
couldn't record at City Hall
Added by candy on Dec 04, 2013 6:59 AM
Susan Pourciau
John McClintock died 1851
You alluded to this person being your great grand uncle. I am researching my great great grand father, John Thomas McClintock, who was born in Kentucky about 1798-1800 and lived in Redding, Jackson, Indiana in 1850. He probably died sometime after 1850 in Indiana. He had been widowed by 1850 and was the father of 12 children, the last born in 1847. Please let me know if this sounds it could be the same man. Thanks, Susan Pourciau
Added by Susan Pourciau on Feb 15, 2013 11:55 AM
Chris McVey
James B. Knight #43411020
Hi Christine,
I just posted photos of all existing memorials in the Dry Branch cemetery. Just wanted to let you know that there is no monument there for James B. Knight.
Either he did not have a monument, or may have been moved by State to make room for the Turnpike.
The story is that there is another cemetery on Dry Creek. This one was originally called the Hensley cemetery.
Graves that were moved went to either the other Dry Creek cemetery, or a cemetery at Sharon.
Sorry I couldn't help more.
Chris McVey
Added by Chris McVey on Dec 20, 2012 6:20 AM
Joe Gibbens
Mary McKimmey monument
Hi Cristine - It's been 3 years since I photographed the monument but for it's type, i.e. the log type monument, it was in extremely good condition at the time.
Added by Joe Gibbens on Jul 30, 2012 10:22 PM
Linda Miller
Motter photos
I just looked at the findagrave sites and I see that both Ray Motter and Solomon A Motter have photos on their page. Linda
Added by Linda Miller on Apr 28, 2012 9:43 AM
Linda Miller
Motter photos
Added by Linda Miller on Apr 28, 2012 9:42 AM
Linda Miller
Motter photos
You recently requested a photo of John Motter grave stone. You then asked for photos of other Motters in the cemetery. I found Soloman A Motter, 1879-1941 and Ray S Motter -I think the date was 1925, I think it is the only date on it. I didn't know if you wanted them on John Motter's site or what do do with them. I have them on my computer, so let me know. Linda
Added by Linda Miller on Apr 28, 2012 9:38 AM
Amanda Trill
RE: Picture for John T Campbell
It was no trouble at all! He was actually pretty easy to find. That cemetery was laid out with huge family you just had to find the last name, and it was pretty much guaranteed you'd find who you were looking for. :)
Added by Amanda Trill on Aug 24, 2011 8:46 PM
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