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I have enjoyed walking in cemeteries and looking at headstones my entire life. I truly enjoy working on accurately listing folks grave sites. Sometimes it is the only link in finding a relative. I live in Morgan County, Indiana and also have significant family in Wabash, Fulton and Kosciusko, Indiana counties.
I will gladly transfer management of any memorial under Find A Grave Guidelines. Just let me know. Only requests using the edit tab with familial documentation will be considered.
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|DMLeForce||Alice L. Feemster|
I thought I SAC. Maybe I forgot. This is distant family if you'd like to transfer: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=25422548
Otherwise middle was Lillie. Maiden was Cope. Please link to parents - dad: 42679217 mom: 42679223
|Patty Knox||Richard Worley Miller|
Richard Worley Miller is also buried at Bluff Creek Cemetery in Johnson County, Indiana. He was born August 22, 1943 and died 2005. He is also the son of Carl Jasper and Leora Blanche Miller.
|Susie Simon||Is this suppose to be Mary Parks|
Created by: Slimbeaux
Record added: Nov 19, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 80682866
Wife of Cyrus W Mackenzie? If so she was still alive in 1930 living with her daughter .
Please let me know who this is
|Karen Lesser Smith||Obituaries|
Want to tell you how great it is that you immediately process obituaries to Find A Grave. I'm in a group that photos headstones for Find A Grave, and it makes it so much easier for us to insert the photo into an already existing and complete entry. Your work is correct and timely, and future genealogists will also be grateful that you memorialized their departed souls before they were forgotten and/or lost. Linda Burleigh, Anita Zike, Joyce Hamilton, Karen Smith
I noticed you posted William Skinner's tombstone and a link to his wife's page Willey with her birth and death dates but no photo is posted of her grave markings. Do you have one and can you post it? To help out if you calculate William Skinner's birth date backwards it is 1797 and not 1798. Hope that helps.
Also I am looking for the grave of their son William W Skinner (Jr) and his wife Harriet Skinner. Do you know if they are buried there as well? I noticed another son John was and saw his grave. William W Skinner may be buried with a second wife as well whose name was Catharine.
William Skinner Sr and Willey lived next door on many of the censuses to William Skinner Jr and wife Harriet. Harriet appeared to have died before 1880 but William Jr was still alive as of 1880
Any information is appreciated.
Thanks in advance
Added by Mike on Aug 28, 2013 10:16 PM
|Phil Landes||Charles W. Landes,Jr.|
Please add Charles W. Landes, Sr.,(116131789), as the father of Charles W. Landes, Jr., (102772513). C W Landes Jr., was my brother. Thanks, Phil Landes
|miss morgan||Ida Shelley Burdge #27348345|
Thank you for the additions to Ida's memorial. Your contributions are truly appreciated.
I added the links for Ethel Kemp. I have been looking for the burial place of Hallie's father, Lorenzo Kemp. Do you happen to know where he is buried? He died after 1910 possibly in Jefferson Twp. If you're going through Morgan Co. obits, maybe you will come across it eventually. This Kemp family is distantly related to me. Thanks for your posts.
|Jackie & Ralph||Eleanor Brown|
Thanks for the "correction" for Eleanor Brown. We try not to duplicate memorials. In this case the person that entered her first has her in the wrong cemetery. I really hope that she hasn't entered all of the memorials that are actually in McKinley into the wrong cemetery.
|Linda York||JOhn Walter York|
Thank you for adding this memorial -- I went to put this in and found that it was already entered
I find no fault with your write-up of John
He was my father-in-law -- I loved him dearly
he will truly be missed by friends and family.
He lived to a ripe old age of 94 -- a life well lived.
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