|Marc Doty (#46843703)|
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Transfers: I will transfer ownership to direct descendants within four generations - the same as Find A Grave guidelines. Otherwise, I'm happy to add to memorials and make links, just click on the "Edit" tab on the top right of the memorial, then click on "Suggest a correction or provide additional information". Be sure to give me the other person's ID number when requesting links.|
One line of my ancestors (CROSE) lived in Tippecanoe Co., IN in the 1820s. Some of their cousins lived in the next county to the south, Boone, and some south of that in Hendricks Co. I live in northern Hendricks Co., and am taking photos mostly in Boone and Hendricks, including the older, more difficult to read stones. Hopefully, these photographs will be around longer than the headstones. Many are on the verge of not being readable - even with the sun at a good angle and using tricks to bring out the text.
Since I've been doing genealogy research for a number of years, I can see a real benefit in seeing headstones, rather than relying on a transcription. To me, the important thing is to be able to read the inscription (names & dates, child of ...), but not really the verse below it. It's also important to know who is buried next to whom. I'll mention that if I notice a connection.
Cemeteries that are completed - meaning that I photographed everything and have posted all that was readable. Other transcriptions may have more names.
Beck - Bethel - Browns Wonder - Jones
Lowry -Macedonia - Mintonye - Mt Union
Mt. Zion - North Branch - Oak Hill (Sect 1-29, 34N & 34S) - Pleasant Hill (Indy)
Pleasant View (Dover) - Poplar Grove - Prebster - Old Union Church - Robison -
St. Malachy West - Salem - Sparks - Taylor - Trotter (I can only find 33 of the 64 markers) - Weaver - Zionsville
I currently use a 10M Canon Powershot camera which will take pictures at 3648 x 2736 pixels. Normally I reset the resolution to 2272 x 1704 and then on the computer, especially with worn headstones, I turn up the contrast 20-30%, and lower the brightness 5-10% and keep the compression at 98 to 99%. When I started posting for Find a Grave the file size limit was 250 KB, then 350, 500, 750, 2000 3000 and now 8000 KB. I use photo editing software that I downloaded for free - it's much better than what Canon or Olympus gives you with their camera. With Photoscape I know the file size before I save the file.
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|D. Geiger||Family links for Mary Ethel Byrne|
Mary Ethel Byrne is the Daughter of Clara May Wile McKee and Alva Ellis McKee.
Would you please add her as a link to her parents.
Thank you, Signed Dee Geiger
(Great Great Grandchild of Clara and Alva McKee.)
|David Kennedy||RE: Marie Miller Hollingsworth|
So neat, Yes right on the corner of 79th and Zionsville Road on the North East Corner.
She with her husband and sons ran a big farm there before they started building park 100, after Marie passed her sons still ran the farm until the developers finally bought the farm for a large sum. I have many memories from that old farm, Way down the tractor road behind the old house was all kinds of old cars, trucks and farm equipment they would just pull back there when they quit or could not be repaired. I was young helping push the corn out of the silo and was attacked by a swarm of bees, gosh i was in pain and set on the tractor for along time in the shade, my uncle had put mud on all the stings.
Beautiful old house and I loved to go there to visit Marie,She was such a kind person. I have a real old wind up music box that belonged to her and that was given to me when I was young and I still have it here on my shelf.
The photo request you took for me Myron Dorsey also lived on Zionsville Road right past 71st street on the West side of the road, he lived there till he passed in 1999 and that was the last farm on the west side along that road, his wife was Elizabeth Hollingsworth Dorsey, and her aunt was Marie Miller Hollingsworth.
So Small world and so Neat you work where she ounce lived.
Thanks So Much Marc, You made my day!
|David Kennedy||Marie Miller Hollingsworth|
I want to thank you so much for the picture of Marie Hollingsworth, I knew her very well and have several memories visiting her at 79th and Zionsville Road, where Park 100 is today.
She was the mother of My Uncle.
Thanks Much Marc, I have several families buried there.
Take Care and keep up the great work!
|Diane L. Martenet||Maxine Stevens|
Maxine and my Mom were 1st cousins so I have more information on Maxine than I want to type twice. Could I have her memorial, and her Husband, Bob Stevens so I can add the additional info My #47291663. By the way , if you look closely at their marker you will see that I drew the picture that Maxine had etched on the stone when Bob died. They are in Pleasant Hill Cemetery, IN
|Private Eyes||Louwana Doty|
Louwana was married a third time to Harry Eugene Kennedy on Feb 23, 1996 in St Lucie, FL. Do you have any information on Harry?
|JackiMex||Henry & Martha Gregg Curtis|
Your making of memorials very much appreciated. I especially like seeing the photos of the markers of the graves of my rather distant relatives in Danville South.
I would like to ask for your permission to use those photo (and others you may have taken of gravestones of my ancestors) in my family tree on ancestry.com. Because the photographer has a copyright for each photo, I always ask before using a photo on another web site. I will, of course, put your name as the photographer and the web site of the memorial(s) as the source.
Thank you for considering my request,
Added by JackiMex on Jul 14, 2014 10:08 PM
Thanks for the correction - will be glad to transfer these folks if you are related.
|David Kennedy||Myron Dorsey|
I want to thank you so much for taking the picture of My Uncle Myron and Aunt Elizabeth Dorsey memorial for me, I can not thank you enough friend.
Since we moved from Indy 5 years ago up to Randolph county we do not get down to Indy much now days.
I appreciate all your hard work and time, Take Care
Dave Kennedy and Family
|Kevin Doty||Memorial# 124580244 Gordon Doty|
This is my Uncle on the Doty Side, the middle aged brother at one point time of the kids from Norma jean and James Andrew doty of smith ville Texas.
There was my Dad the oldest, Gordon the middle child, and The Youngest Jarrell Doty still living last of the kids and Norma Jean Doty still living. i would be more than happy to manage the memorial anyway i can.
i can be reached by my bio here or
You are a findagrave hoarder.
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