|Travis LeMaster (#46799461)|
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|I've been doing genealogy and family history work for twenty plus years, ever since I was a young Boy Scout. My dad's early research really was the inspiration for me to continue, and I have enjoyed researching the history of my family as well as the time periods my ancestors lived.|
I believe this site is an excellent way for me to share some of the research that I have done with others. Likewise, if I can help a distant cousin locate a photograph of a tombstone, I can give back to the genealogical community. So many others have helped me throughout the years, and this is my chance to give back.
While my goal would be to include photographs of as many tombstones of my ancestors/relatives that I can find, I have also recently began walking cemeteries near work on my lunch hour, and am posting them here.
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|Melissa Mengle||Mengle family photos|
Hi Travis. My mother Pamela wanted me to add the Mengle family photos that you wanted to see to your memorial pages. I added pictures for George Mengle (1823-1844), Susanna Rumbarger, & David, Ella, George, & Lionel Mengle. Thanks, Melissa Mengle
|Sharon Gire||Louella McClintock Shipley|
Thanks for the pictures of Louella's grave. While I have visited there some years ago, I can't find my pictures and live in Michigan. Louella was my great grandmother. Is she an ancestor of yours? If so I have some information you may or may not have on my ancestry tree. It includes her picture as well as pictures of her three children. If you don't have access, let me know and I could email to you. I have been involved in genealogy for over 20 years and love it. Right now I am gathering documentation that proves that Alexander McClintock b. in 1732 in Ireland is my direct ancestor. He was a soldier in the Revolutionary War out of a militia in Pennsylvania. I don't know if Find a Grave notifies by email if there are messages. If not you can reach me by connecting through Ancestry.com. Thanks again.
|Rose||RE: Carrie M. Haley Graves|
I transfered both Carrie and her husband to you.
Added by Rose on Sep 26, 2013 4:48 AM
|Rose||Carrie M. Haley Graves|
I made the requested changes to Carrie's memorial. If you are related I would be glad to transfer ownership of her memorial to you.
Added by Rose on Sep 25, 2013 10:40 AM
I am looking for Nancy J. Lemaster(s), b 28 Mar 1847, who married Anderson Lee in Jay County, IN, 2 Apr 1870, and died 29 Apr 1912, Pettis County, MO.
She is my gg grandmother, and I suspect Hannah may be her grandmother.
Any information you have and are willing to share would be appreciated.
relyeoman at gmail.com
|Keith Shetzer||Tobias & Elizabeth Hiestand|
Thanks so much for your time and effort on taking the photos of my 4th great uncle & his wife. Very much appreciated. Keith
|Janet McColley Franklin||Waldo Hook|
Thanks so much for the transfer of Waldo Hook, I appreciate it very much. take care
|Wm. B Cornwell||Elizabeth East|
I have some info on Elizabeth(McNew)Hankins-East. In her obit it says she was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Zedekiah McNew.
Travis, I am trying to find information on Isaac Richard & Bessie Pearl(Ashby)LeMaster. They had three sons: Isaac Richard, Larry Edward & Patrick Michael LeMaster. Bessie was my mothers sister. She's buried in Crown Hill Cemetery in Indy. If you can help me with any information, I would greatly appreciate it. Thank you so much, Judy
Added by JudyS on Nov 03, 2012 7:05 PM
|Gaye Hill||Relationship between Prof. & Logan Layne|
The Evening Bulletin newspaper, Maysville, KY
Friday 2 October 1896; Front Page, Column 4
PROFESSOR JOSEPH LAYNE DEAD.
A Prominent Career Cut Short By A Mental Affliction.
Anderson, IN, Oct. 2 - Professor Joseph Layne died last night at the home of his brother, Logan, at Frankton, six miles north of here. The funeral will occur Saturday, under the auspices of Anderson commandery, Knights Templars.
Professor Layne was reared near Frankton, and after graduating from the common schools, taught school and made enough money to take him to Wabash college, where he graduated. He returned to Anderson. This was in 1878, and he taught in the high school there for two or three years, until he was elected to the superintendency of the Danville, (Ills.) schools.
From Danville he went to Evansville, where he became superintendent of the public schools for $2,500 a year. He held this position until two years ago, when an affliction of the mind, caused by an attack of grip*, incapacitated him for further work as superintendent. He was not retained for the next year, and returned to Anderson to study and practice law.
Early in his career he had intended becoming a lawyer, and had studied some while teaching. His affliction became steadily worse, and a few months ago he had to be taken to the asylum, from which he was returned to Frankton as incurable a month ago. Professor Layne was 46 years old, unmarried and leaves an estate of $50,000. Two brothers survive him.
*grip; also know as grippe and la gripe(grippe)is ususally noted as influenza.
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