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monumentdesigner (#47480432)
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Bio Photo I own and operate Integrity Memorials (formerly Watterson Monument Shop - across from the Sale Barn) in Scottsburg, Indiana. I also do all the CAD design work for the sandblast designs... LOVE my job!!!

I will gladly transfer memorial pages to direct descendants. It's my goal to have everyone linked as accurately as possible to their families.
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Robert Rhude
Lymon Campbell errors
Could you please tell me where I can find a copy of the 1992 cemetery book for Gibson Township in Washington County? It is referenced in many of your Find-a-grave listings.

Lymon Campbell IS NOT the son of Benjamin and Laura Prather Campbell NOR is he a sibling of Nellie N. Campbell. He was an illegitimate son of Blanche Lambert and her uncle (her mother's brother) William W. Campbell, conceived when Blanche was only 16 years old.

His death certificate says he was buried at the Little York cemetery, but I have never found his grave.

Please transfer Lymon's memorial (#93934823) to me #11149924 and remove his connection to Benjamin and Laura Campbell and sibling Nellie.

Added by Robert Rhude on Jun 25, 2014 1:06 PM
On the memorial for Thomas Wesley Killion the correct date of death is 20 JUN 1858 per the stone and not 30 JUN 1858 as listed. I'm unable to read the number of days listed (years 24, months 9)and therefore unable to work backwards to get a correct date of birth. The date you have posted may be correct but I think it's off from what I can calculate.
Thanks for all you do for Find-A-Grave.
Added by junquedog on Mar 18, 2014 8:44 AM
Keefe transfer
Thank you so very much.
Added by Shirley on Feb 21, 2014 11:11 AM
James Keefe
Could you transfer James Keefe #82426744 to me please. He is my husbands grandfather.

Added by Shirley on Feb 21, 2014 10:06 AM
Jerri Krichbaum-Hughes
Jesse and Samantha Dowling
Hi, Could you transfer Jesse Dowling and Samantha E. Davis Dowling to me ? They are my 2x great grandparents.

Thank you

Jerri Krichbaum-Hughes
Added by Jerri Krichbaum-Hughes on Jan 18, 2014 10:27 AM
Links have been made. Thank you so very much for the info
Added by jbmgs on Dec 09, 2013 4:47 PM
Estil Cemetery
Dear Integrity Memorials:

Thank you for your quick response.

I would appreciate your forwarding my questions and email to the proper party for M.Alice Amick's page.

Mary Alice Amick (Maiden name was Deal, her dad, my GreatGreatGrandpa is also buried at Estil Cem. next to her--Charles Deal, Union Civil War Veteran) is my Great Grandmother and the children would be my Grandma's siblings, or my Great Aunts/Uncles.

In regard to the children's pages, my understanding after reading your answer is that you only copied the info from the County Cemetery books--Is that right?

Are there no direct source records of Estil Cemetery? Who owns, manages, or is sexton of the Estil Cemetery? Is there a church involved? Who wrote the County Cemetery books?

As a monument company who do you interface with concerning Estil Cemetery?

Could you respond to me with further info?

Thanks for your kind reply, Charlie Schmitz
Added by Charlie on Dec 03, 2013 3:40 AM
Estill Cemetery

I am emailing you in reference to a grave in Estill cemetery near Scottsburg, Indiana.

You have a picture of the gravestone of M. Alice Amick shown in the Estill Cemetery with your name credited as the contributor, on the
I wondered if you have any more info on this grave, the cemetery or what was your interest in the picture posting?

M. Alice Amick was my GreatGrandmother and her full name was Mary Alice Deal Amick. She died in childbirth and her kids were disbursed to several local farmers. I live down in Mississippi and do not have access to the cemetery. Her maiden name was Deal and there is also a Charles Deal buried here who was her father and a Civil War soldier who died of disease during the war.

There is further info listed on the "Find-a-grave" website which states that other burials in the Estill Cemetery were related to the Amick family: a set of twins and Harry Amick. I wondered where this info came from, whether from you or someone else connected to the cemetery contibuted.

Could you give me the contact info for either who you got the info from or the contact info for the "Find-a-grave" website to obtain the contact info for this further info?

Thank you for your kind reply, Charles Schmitz
Added by Charlie on Nov 30, 2013 6:17 PM
Debbie Klotsche
RE: Wm Jacob Fawbush
She was born 29 Mar 1849
Added by Debbie Klotsche on Nov 27, 2013 1:20 PM
Debbie Klotsche
RE: Wm Jacob Fawbush
Thanks for the updates. Why are you saying that Mary Catherine Hicks is not his mother? That is who I have as his mother.
Added by Debbie Klotsche on Nov 26, 2013 5:09 PM
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