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Chris Yoder
RE: Edna Pelfrey(131664148
Thanks for pointing this out... I deleted my duplicate.

Added by Chris Yoder on Jul 28, 2014 12:05 PM
RE: Anderson Cemetery
I'm sorry. I don't have any information on this cemetery. From the directions on the cemetery page and using a map, it appears that it is just a 1/4 mile beyond the end of SR3 where it becomes CR 600E. Wish I could be of more help.
Added by Jen on Jul 28, 2014 8:30 AM
Kathy (Posey) Meadows
Lizzie and Stella Light
If you make memorials for them i will add the headstone photo's.
Added by Kathy (Posey) Meadows on Jun 12, 2014 9:53 AM
Renee S Carolan Hopper O C
Judith (Judy) K Erye Traub Ardine expired
I thought I would pass them on. All the genogology she did goes back to Henry the 8th. Yes, she was related to Jane. Nixon, and Henry. Her daughter told me today she has boxes of papers. Maybe you can pass this on. I plan to go up there to Michigan and see if I can look at it. The family wants to throw it out. She was my friend. I miss her.
Added by Renee S Carolan Hopper O ... on May 28, 2014 10:25 PM
Henry Cemetery Assoc. Interments
RE: Shem Light # 110449265
From what I could find Isabelle Smith Light married David Eikenberry in Stark County Ohio in 1911. She and her husband, David, are interred in Westlawn Cemetery but in another section.
Added by Henry Cemetery Assoc. Int... on May 21, 2014 6:03 PM
Jean Fremion McKibben
Marcus W. Stoner
Thanks for the transfer! Marcus deserves an updated headstone, plus the service listed on this current headstone is incorrect - veterans deserve the best we can give them so Marcus will have an "upgrade" in 2015! Jean
Added by Jean Fremion McKibben on May 03, 2014 12:52 PM
Robert Ashton
RE: 89378943
I don't remember if the Burger's graves are near each other, but I will look for you. I check Roger's whenever I'm at the cemetery and there's a new concrete base so when the stone is in place I'll add a photo.
Added by Robert Ashton on May 02, 2014 4:25 PM
Cheri Rupert Mattox
RE: Duplicate records?
Not sure how I missed that! Thank you for bringing it to my attention. I deleted my memorials. Always happy for your help. Cheri
Added by Cheri Rupert Mattox on Apr 29, 2014 7:34 PM
Mike and Karen [Mefford] Pickhover
Samuel and Sarah (Kniffin) Brown, Anderson Cemetery
SAMUEL BROWN was a native of Westchester, N.Y., where his parents, Samuel and Susan Brown, died. They were farmers and natives of New York. Samuel Brown was reared in the place of his birth, and when not in school aided his parents. December 31, 1804, he was married to Miss Sarah Kniffin, in Westchester, where they lived about eleven years with Mr. Brown's parents; then removed to Cayuga County, N.Y., thence to Richland County, Ohio, coming to Indiana and locating, in 1833, on the farm in this township, where they died. Mrs. Brown and her parents, Benjamin and Charity Kniffin, were natives of New York; the former died in Cayuga County, N.Y., and the latter in Grand Rapids, Mich. Mr. Brown, before his death, had accumulated 720 acres of land that lies near the center of English Prairie. He was a member of the Presbyterian and his wife of the Methodist Church, and they were parents of seven children, viz.: Lama, who is married and resides in Iowa; Sarah A. Nathan, deceased; Loretta; Caroline; Susan, married and a resident of this township, and Maria L., deceased; the three sisters, Sarah, Loretta and Caroline, are single, and live together on the home farm, 180 acres of which, since the death of their parents, they have successfully managed up to the present time.
Source: "1882 History LaGrange County, Indiana" by F.A.Battey & Co.., - Greenfield Township
Added by Mike and Karen [Mefford] ... on Apr 26, 2014 7:11 AM
Mike and Karen [Mefford] Pickhover
RE: Jacob Vandeventer
Mary Lou, I know Jacob Vandevanter was in the civil war but not sure regarding war of 1812. Jacob and Lydia (Fee) Vandevanter were the grandparents of Supreme Court Judge Willis Van devanter {Maintained by: Find A Grave
Record added: Jan 01, 2001
Find A Grave Memorial# 1658} Willis's father was Isaac Burhan son of Jacob and Lydia (Fee) Vandevanter. There are a few variations in spelling with the Vandevanter suranme - Many records have 'Van Devanter' while others just have 'Vandevanter' Still looking for any info on Jacob and I will email it to you if I find anything.
Added by Mike and Karen [Mefford] ... on Apr 23, 2014 7:05 AM
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