|JJ Coppinger (#46866040)|
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Sacred to the memory of|
My Beloved Dad
~~Greetings from the great state of Indiana~~
The online memorials I've created are my
kinfolk. It's taken many years to find the dates of death and burial places for some of these individuals. I welcome all corrections.
SPENCER (MA, CT, NY, OH, IN)
SPENCER (PA, OH, IN) --- double line
VOORHIS/VAN VOORHEES (NY, NJ, OH, IN)
CALLAWAY (MD, DEL, VA, WVA, IN)
KIBBE (MA, CT, OH)
COPPINGER (WVA, IN)
SWAINE (NJ)--double line
CRIPPEN (NY)--double line
ROBBINS (NC, IN)
and allied families
A big thanks to everyone who visits :)
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I whish you a Merry Christmas and happy New Year, most of all a good health.
Would like to know if you are well at the time.
Sending you a lot of greetings from good old Bavaria.
Erwin from Germany
Added by Erwin on Dec 23, 2014 4:52 PM
|ITALY64||Hi Dear Friend|
Hope you and your family a happy Christmas and a happy new year. A hug from Italy. Mario.
Added by ITALY64 on Dec 21, 2014 10:43 AM
|Diane nance||Mary Abrams spencer|
Where did you find the death date for Mary Abrams spencer wife of James spencer? You listed it as 9 may 1835 in sommerset, perry co, ohio. I have been to the hope well baptist cemetery several times and found the tombstone for James spencer but not one for Mary Abrams spencer. Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org with your response. Thanks
|Bruce Boyd||RE: William Fischer Boyd|
Thanks for the reply. I have similar problems with my Boyd line. Because of a Y-DNA match, I'm pretty sure my 2nd g-grandfather came from Hawkins County, TN, but because most of their records were burned during the Civil War, I have no proof of this connection. These Boyds came to TN from Virginia, so that may be where our connection is, but we may never know for sure. I'll just keep looking!
|Bruce Boyd||William Fischer Boyd|
I see that you left flowers on the memorial for William Fischer Boyd (#29561398) back in 2009. I was wondering if you had a connection to William. He is my 1st cousin 1x removed and I am trying to find any living descendants of our common ancestor William F Boyd (b.1848 in McDonough County, IL, d. 1925 in St. Louis, MO). Any help would be appreciated.
St. Louis, MO
|Peace4me||RE: Louise Coppinger|
You are very welcome! Carla:)
Added by Peace4me on Dec 13, 2014 4:33 PM
|Janneane Veger||RE: James Calaway|
You're welcome - my Black Friday was much better spent in cemeteries than in shopping centers! I also posted the same photo to his wife's memorial.
|Colleen Hoover||Hi JJ|
Thank you for remembering my brother's birthday. I appreciate it. Happy Thanksgiving! Colleen
Thank you for visiting the memorial of my beloved Dad. Mario.
Added by ITALY64 on Nov 07, 2014 11:16 AM
|Kathy in NW Indiana||dedication|
Date: 24 October 2014
Contact: Debbie Clem
Dedication Honors Portage Township Pioneers
NW Indiana: Brendan Clancy, Portage Township Trustee, invites the public to a Dedication Ceremony in honor of some of Portage Township’s earliest settlers on Thursday, October 30th, 2014 at McCool Cemetery (2700 McCool Road, Portage IN 46368) at 3p.
A beautiful, new memorial has recently been erected at McCool Cemetery to remember those first settlers who are buried at James Shrock Cemetery which was established in 1836 and is located alongside the present day Indiana Toll Road.
The James Shrock Cemetery nearly became obliterated and removed when the Indiana Toll Road was constructed. The original survey plans for the toll road had the roadbed going through the cemetery, however, protests from a local Chesterton resident blocked the obliteration and saved the old cemetery.
Through the years the James Shrock Cemetery has been the recipient of vandalism and mistreatment, leaving many of the head stones broken and missing. Portage Township Cemetery staff have worked to piece the puzzle of broken head stones back together, gather data of pioneers buried at the old cemetery, and have erected a new monument at McCool Cemetery so these early pioneers will not be forgotten.
Join the Portage Township Trustee’s office as they dedicate and pay tribute to some of Portage Township’s earliest settlers. For more information contact McCool Cemetery at 219-763-2717 or email@example.com.
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