|Joseph Crone (#46919259)|
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I have been involved in Genealogy since about 1980 off and on. Now that I am retired I am able to devote more time to my passion. I now live in Greenwood, Indiana. I sometimes feel that I am related to half the people in Harrison, Floyd, Clark, Crawford and Perry counties in Indiana and Hardin County Kentucky.|
I gladly transfer any of the memorials that I have created when the person is not my relative or if you are a closer relative than I am. If we are related I like to share or trade information about the family.
Major Families that I research:
I had a major computer crash and lost a lot of email from find a grave if you have not seen the corrections probably got lost
!!! I will transfer requests for changes unless request tells me not to transfer. !!!
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|Pattypop||Mayme Crosby Lahue|
I recently came across a photo of Mayme Crosby Lahue with some photos my mother inherited belonging to Maud Getz Brady. I have attached it to her memorial.
Added by Pattypop on Feb 01, 2015 10:13 PM
|GotBones||John Whitney Notestine|
Would you mind adding some information to my relative, John Whitney Notestine? Information obtained from his death certificate provides the following:
DOB: 24 Aug 1914
POB: Rising Sun, Wood Co., OH
Parents: Henry Edlo Notestine and Susan Ellen Preston
John Whitney was a machinist by trade, and he died of a self-inflicted gunshot to the left temple.
Also known from Census records, marriage records, and the Notestine Family History, printed in 1989:
Hazel Mae Leedy
Effie Pearl Gibat
Eva Marie Ramsey
Jeneva Mary Willer
Paul Arthur Notestine
Gerald Jonathan Notestine
Naomi Kathryn Barkley
Bertha Irene Cutcher
Ernest Edlo Notestine
William Arthur Notestine
If you require copies of any of the above facts prior to publishing on his memorial page, please let me know.
Added by GotBones on Jan 18, 2015 2:11 PM
|K. Roberts||Charlotte V Wilkinson Mishler|
Daniel Mishler (1913 - 1993)
Union Center Cemetery
Created by: Karen K
Record added: Sep 13, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 58575833
|Marge||RE: Ruth Family|
His dad was John H. Ruth,his mom Margaret Jane Swartz? or Cornproks?He had brother Edward,Sisters Clara & Etta. He was born in erie ,mi.He lived in Hamler ,Ohio and Adrian,mi.Married to Ilo (Henderson ) Ruth.
Added by Marge on Jul 23, 2014 5:21 PM
|baack40||33605730 Mary Combs|
This is a very large cemetery with all flat markers. If you could call the office and find the location of this burial we would be glad to look for it. We can only ask for three locations without being charged. 740-452-2236
Added by baack40 on Jul 18, 2014 7:30 PM
|WANDA WISEMAN||WOODS CHAPEL CEMETARY|
JOSEPH DO YOU STILL NEED PHOTOS OF FROM THE WOODS CHAPEL CEMETARY? I CAN GET THOSE IF YOU DO.
My mom's dad William P. Ruth was married to Ilo Henderson.His mom's name was Margaret Swartz & dad John H. Ruth any relation?
Added by Marge on Jun 24, 2014 5:11 PM
Dear Joseph Can you please transfer management of Euphrasia BINGHAM # 83890941.
And Richard BINGHAM # 83890940.
They are in my family tree thank you on behalf of my family.
My F A G # is 47916397
Added by Bradley on Jun 12, 2014 2:58 PM
I have edited some of the memorials in which you over see, they are my family. Great Grandparents Leland C. and Elsie Beeson. 3 of there children William Beeson, Virginia Heistand, and Pearl French. My Grandparents O. Louis Dawson and Ruth Dawson, along with Uncle Dennis L. Dawson each have 2 memorials yours and another one, I cannot message that person as they have disabled message capability. I would like to link the family together as much as it will allow, but would like one set rather than 2, I believe yours were created first so is that what I should go by the first memorial listed? Thank you!
|sweet Ellie||Elizabeth Joan Mattingly Hooper|
In a drive through of the cemetery I was not able to locate her headstone to photograph for you. Can you advise as to location of the stone within the cemetery or whether it is upright or flat. Flat ones are not very visible from a drive through, but the cemetery is quite large for a walkthrough.
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