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I was born in Arkansas. My spouse is from Michigan and we met in Indiana. We currently live and work in the Clark, Floyd, Scott County area in Indiana.Eventhough, I have not found many of my relatives listed, this is an excellent forum to deposit this information. I am looking forward to making a contribution to this wonderful resource by adding entries for current and future generations.Please e-mail any corrections to listings made to my e-mail address. Also, if you can not locate your relatives in the data base and need someone local in Clark, Floyd or Scott counties in Indiana, please let me know and I will try to find the info for you.|
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Could you please post the photo of the headstone you have posted on Hartsel Schermer(#30810476) on his wife Elsie Schermer-Huntsman (#144446409). Thank you
Added by Mavis on Apr 01, 2015 11:10 AM
|MW||Klausings in Dearborn Cemetery|
Thank you so much for your work here. I am on a hunt to find my husband's great grandmother's grave and her son's grave and to solve some family mysteries.
Her second husband was Harry Lamont Klausing born 31 Oct. 1894 and died 2 Feb. 1975.
You have photographed his grave site. On his grave site you list his kindred as Lizette and HF. My records indicate that perhaps his mother's name was Sadie. I want to make sure I have the right family for Harry Lamont Klausing, so I wonder if there are more gravesites indicating more info.
I also cannot find info. on the death of Lena Olive Stoughton Klausing (my husband's great grandmother). I was hoping she might be buried next to her second husband (Harry Lamont Klausing--you have his gravesite pictured). Once Lena married Harry Lamont Klausing, she seemed to go by Lee Klausing. That could be the name on her headstone. She was born 27 Sep. 1899 either in Warren New York or somewhere close by in Canada.
Her son, James Edward Stoughton, died sadly only on 27 February 2012. No one in our family ever knew him and he was my husband's great uncle. The family was estranged from him due to Lena's first divorce to my husband's great grandfather, Edward Lafayette Stoughton. Social Security Death Index indicates James Edward Stoughton died in Indiana. I really hope his grave site is near his step-father's, Harry Lamont Klausing. We are anxious to find out if James Edward Stoughton had children or if his wife is still living--this would mean my mother-in-law has living cousins that she has never met!
Sorry to throw so much info. at you. To recap, just wondering if your grave sites indicate:
1) The names of Harry Lamont Klausing's parents (He was born 31 October 1894 and died 2 February 1975--you have his headstone pictured.)
2) A death date and headstone for Lee Klausing, the above's wife, (also known as Lena Olive Youmell Stoughton Klausing--maiden name was Youmell). She was born either in New York or Canada on 27 Sep. 1899.
3) A headstone for James Edward Stoughton who was born on 24 April 1926 and died on 27 February 2012.
4) A headstone for James Edward Stoughton's wife (name unknown).
5) Also, it would be amazing to find out if Harry Lamont Klausing and Lee had any children together. I wonder if any headstones indicate that.
Thank you so much. I am just trying to do all I can to see if I can trace any living relatives to this estranged part of my husband's family and to have a completed family history record for those who have passed.
Thank you, MW
Added by MW on Dec 08, 2014 9:36 AM
|JSterzer||Birth Date of Elizabeth S. Clark|
I believe the birthdate given on the page with the tombstone of Elizabeth S. (Mount) Clark needs to be amended. According to the information given on the grave marker, she was 49 years, , 6 months, and 23 days of age when she died on 10 Sept 1858. This would place her birthdate at 15 Feb 1809. This date is also consistent with the age she gave (41) on the 1850 Census.
Thanks for posting the picture!
Added by JSterzer on Mar 04, 2014 9:46 AM
|Genealogy Girl||Thank you|
I wanted to thank you for the photographs that you have been taking, and especially for Mary Ann McElfresh Branham.
|dhintx||Greendale burial updates|
Thanks for making all those Greendale burial updates. Not everyone is as attentive as you are in fulfilling these requests, so really appreciate your quick responses.
Added by dhintx on Aug 05, 2012 10:22 PM
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