|karen A. Double Hajek (#47083426)|
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Thankyou so much for the flowers you leave for our parents Richard & Vera Double and Emanuel & Lorraine Hajek also for my brothers Richard & Phillip Double also would you please visit Shirlee Aragon my husband's sister who pasted in Jan. thankyou|
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|Mark F. Slabaugh||Amanda Reed|
Couldn't reach you at the email address given.
I've done a visual search of Bethlehem Cemetery and was unable to locate a marker for Amanda Reed. There is a recently opened plot beside William L. Reed (1917-1965) & Ruby Swain (1918) that has a temporary Funeral Home marker but the name tag is missing. Could this be the Amanda Reed grave?
There is also a Lewis Reed (1854-1929) & Catherine (1856-1952) grave nearby.
|Elaine Ellingson||RE: Sarah Reading|
I can look at what I have and get back to you. I am doing ancestry also!
|kkduck||Henry's wife Anna Eva #36541999|
Hi, I am wondering if you added in the bio information for Henry? If so, you stated his wife Anna was your 8th cousin. She is my 5th great aunt, just wanted to say, nice to meet you.
Added by kkduck on Dec 05, 2015 9:56 AM
|Jane||RE: Schnieder-Smith #104320593|
You are welcome! I love nothing more than a good hunt and solving a mystery--glad to be of help!
Added by Jane on Nov 10, 2015 6:46 AM
|maggie e.||Mary Horn|
I see you created the memorial for Mary Horn (77798526). I was wondering how you determined she's buried at the Jackson Township Cemetery? A volunteer has been unable to locate any information on her. Thanks for your help-Maggie
You are very welcome.
Added by RickC on Jun 14, 2015 5:36 AM
|James Snow||RE: Hartley|
You are welcome!
|Dani Ryan||RE: Campbell|
Glad I could help!
|Barry Statler||Isaac Masters|
I posted the wrong gravestone and that is why I removed the photograph. Memorial #83155868 is for Isaac N. Masters and not initially paying close enough attention to the dates this is the one I used.
I have repeatedly walked up and down rows in the cemetery and cannot locate your Isaac Masters born in 1789. If the stone is there I cannot read anything on it. It may also be non existent at this time in history.
If you have any particulars that would be helpful let me know. I live within 3-4 minutes of the cemetery and will gladly go in search of the gravestone, even if it is illegible, and take the photograph for you.
Have a blessed day!
|Jane||Mary Christina Double Schnieder Smith #104320593|
I know that you had requested a headstone photo for Mrs. Schneider/Smith. I had checked with the cemetery some time back, and they had no record of Mrs. Schnieder being buried in Beech Grove Cemetery. I thought that was strange, after finding that her parents were buried there. So I went to the genealogy center in the neighboring town (I love a good hunt!) and finally found an obituary for Mary C. Smith, who is Mary Christina Double Schnieder. I will type the obituary here, so you may update the memorial if you wish. She is buried with her husband, Lloyd Smith (apparently, maybe, she and Elmer Schnieder were divorced at some point).
THE MUNCIE EVENING PRESS, Wednesday, April 27, 1949
MRS. MARY SMITH RITES TO BE HELD THURSDAY
Funeral services for Mrs. Mary Smith, 51, wife of Lloyd D. Smith, R.R. 4, Muncie, who died Tuesday afternoon at Ball Memorial Hospital following an extended illness, will be held at 3 p.m. Thursday at the Meeks mortuary, the Reverend Walter Gibson officiating. Burial will be in Beech Grove Cemetery. Friends may call at the mortuary.
Mrs. Smith had resided in Muncie since childhood. Surviving besides her husband are two daughters, Mrs. Thomas Doster and Mrs. Paul Corn, both of Muncie; a son, Jack Schneider of Elmhurst, Ill.; two sisters, Mrs. R.J. Forkner and Mrs. Ruth Norris, both of Whittier, Colo., and three grandchildren.
Added by Jane on Jan 15, 2015 11:30 AM
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