|cindy smith (#47599074)|
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I'm from Indiana. My ancestors were Amish, Amish Mennonites and the old order Brethren. I grew up in a very religious family. I took this photo while sitting in the back seat of this buggy. Mervin the Gentleman. Horse's name Terry, in Shipshewana,Indiana. |
I live in Etowah Co. Al. now.
I'm one of many who is trying to help others by taking photos of tomb stones. I will add the Memorial if I don't see one. If you see a duplicate I have accidentally made, please inform me so I can delete it, for it was not my intention. If you don't like my photo and have a better one, just ask, I will remove it.
Please ask for transfer's. I have no problem with transferring to any one that knows more information than I do, and can honor and do justice to the person of that Memorial. You may use my photo's on Ancestry or any where else. That's why I take them.
I will gladly help others if I can, just ask. I like keeping a tidy clean page, so all that contact me are deleted once read. I feel it can help with the over load of this sight. If I think I might need to contact a person later, I will add them as my friends.
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|Nancy Cornelius||Stone family Oak Grove Methodist church in Marshall Co|
I found Mintie and CL Stone while looking for someone else today. Saw where you had posted a sandstone pic with CL Stone carved into it. The one I found is a reg stone that they must have also put up, looking at the age of the stone. Thought you might be interested if connected to this family and would want to know. Thanks for all the pictures you have taken. It has helped me a lot. It is people like you that got me encouraged to help find a grave. I have taken on a project at Memory Hill in Albertville where my dad is buried. I am surveying the cemetery one stone at a time, and posting what is needed. If you know of someone I may have missed please let me know. I still like the front posting and the upper right taking and posting. FYI...That cemetery is adding on a new area on the upper right side behind the maintenance building. Take care.
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