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beckie
Lawshe
Thank u so much for going out to do this I really appreciate it. beckie
Added by beckie on Aug 24, 2015 3:32 PM
Judy Rudek
RE: Lucretia Upson
Lucretia was the first of three wives of my distant first cousin, Arthur Henry Upson. They had four children:
- Lucy Eagles Upson (died in FL in 1983, age 96, but was buried in Koscuisko County)
- Howard Leslie (died in WA in 1918, age 28, burial unknown)
- Grant (born/died in Koscuisko County in 1894, age 2)
- Paul Guy (born/died in Koscuisko County in 1896, with mother)

Are there stones for any of the other children?

The other two wives were Anna Hay Upson (died in 1909, age 37), and Mildred Young Upson (died in 1970, age 83).

Lucy Eagles Upson was actually a woman of significance in the county, being the first woman to pass the bar exam there. She never married. I believe there's a women's shelter named after her in the county, too. Maybe she would count as 'famous' in the area? :)
Added by Judy Rudek on Aug 23, 2015 10:16 AM
Judy Rudek
Lucretia Upson
Thank you!
Added by Judy Rudek on Aug 23, 2015 10:02 AM
Natalie
Lacroix
Thank you for taking the time to photograph Charles Lacroix's grave for me!
Added by Natalie on Aug 21, 2015 8:57 AM
Natalie
Lacroix
Thank you for taking the time to photograph Charles Lacroix's grave for me!
Added by Natalie on Aug 21, 2015 8:57 AM
Travis Bolt
RE: Margaret Waite
Thanks, I created her memorial. Appreciate your time and assistance here on Find A Grave.
Added by Travis Bolt on Aug 20, 2015 8:21 AM
Linda Hinojosa
RE: Minear family cemetery
The article was written in 2014 if that is any help in finding it. I Googled the name and one popped up for S. 200 W.
Added by Linda Hinojosa on Aug 17, 2015 7:37 PM
Linda Hinojosa
RE: Minear family cemetery
All I know is that it's in Kosciusko Co and it's on the Emery Rowland Farm. I guess they had set aside an area to be a family cemetery. They lived in Clay Township near Claypool.

"The first death occurred in the autumn of 1838 when Sarah Walker Minear died and she was buried on the part of the Minear farm (now Emery Rowland farm) which had been set aside as a cemetery. Later Isaac, his father, mother, and two children, along with others were buried there."

I found this on line on Family Search, memories section for Isaac Minear.
Added by Linda Hinojosa on Aug 17, 2015 7:09 PM
Tonya (Sechrist) Ross
Marilyn Sechrist & Jesse Dunman
Thank you for the gravestone photos of my 2nd great aunt Marilyn Sechrist and her 1st husband Jesse Dunman at Oakwood Cemetery. I really appreciate your time and effort involved in getting these photos.
Thanks,
Tonya
Added by Tonya (Sechrist) Ross on Aug 02, 2015 5:44 PM
KLCrowell-Esser
Ethna May Crowel
Thank you for taking and posting the photo of H Rolland Crowel and Ethna May Crowel's headstone. Your time is appreciated.
Thanks Kerry
Added by KLCrowell-Esser on Jul 22, 2015 9:41 AM
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