Sorry, your message was sent right around the time my Dad was killed in a car accident and I turned off my messages right around that time.
Yes, I know Carolyn Watkins, she's my Mom. I sent her your email and she'll contact you either later tonight or tomorrow.
|Kathy Gray||Samantha Davis Dowling|
Hi. Is there a way to contact the person who posted the picture? We're related and I'm interested in sharing information. Thanks.
|monumentdesigner||RE: Jesse and Samantha Dowling|
|monumentdesigner||RE: Samantha E. Davis Dowling|
Her death date came from ancestry.com. The records are from Washington County Health Office, Salem, IN. It lists her death date as 17 July 1914; place as Gibson Township (basically Little York). She is living in the 1910 census (with Zella, Marshall & Fred Dowling) and listed as widowed and as head of the household.
I hope this helps!
|susan clemons||RE: Daniel Roscoe Stetler|
What is Daniel's memorial number
|Daniel Replogle||RE: Henry Otho Marhanka|
Did I reply to your question about the mother of Henry Otho Marhanka being Martha Hattabaugh? Yes, she was his mother. I have a photo of her tombstone at Sturgeon Cemetery in Jackson County, IN. It is posted on Find A Grave. Dan
|Russ Carter||Thelma Bates|
You were correct. Thanks for catching my mistake.
|Kristin||RE: Anna Louella Stetler|
Thanks for the information. I just spent some time trying to find where the records are for that cemetery and found this:
Have you seen this before? I am not sure, but it looks like the cemetery records are at DePauw University library.
Added by Kristin on Feb 17, 2013 1:12 PM
|Ghost Chaser||RE: Frances Laverne Hattabaugh|
I will be happy to transfer to you, I just need your number to do it.
|Roger L. Price||RE: Daniel oren Scott|
Looking thru the photos you posted on some of the others, I think I can see a little resemblance of Daniel to them. You have done on your family links about the same as I have done on many of my links. Now I work on the tails of the chains adding links and obs when i can find them. Keep up the good work, and IF the findagrave remains in the future, we can pass on this info and photos for others.
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