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Jan A (#47837485)
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I love photography so please don't mind me if I add pictures for a "more scenic" or "more complete" picture of headstones / cemeteries.

** Remember that a LOT of the online databases prior to 2000 are NOT always correct and until you've WALKED the cemetery and have the picture to prove it - don't trust what you read from someone that hasn't. I am not an "obituary chaser", if I have created a memorial it is because I have walked the cemetery and will eventually post a photo to go with them OR they are family/friends.

Feel free to borrow pictures, I only ask that you give credit where it's due.

Remember FAG sets GUIDELINES not LAWS, but copy and pasting obituaries falls under copyright laws.
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holly k
oh, jan, thank you so much. I will let you know as soon as we reconcile the line. holly
Added by holly k on Jun 28, 2015 9:03 PM
Thank you for the edit. I will change the child's name to Creery.
I did find an interesting article on the matter and thought I'd share:
Indiana Weekly Messenger 2/21/1924
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Creery, of Cherry Tree were callers in town yesterday afternoon. Mr. Creery is a son of the famous Cherry Tree Joe McCreery and is a very interesting gentleman to converse with.. He is a writer and composed of several good true to life stories as well as a number of poems pertaining to the ? life of Cherry Tree. Mr. Creery dropped the "Mc" from his name on account of the extra work in carrying it along in marking logs. He found it much easier to cut the initials A. W. C.

Thanks again for your help,
Added by JNicholson-Turbide on May 22, 2015 1:21 AM
John Hartley
RE: Margaret Harbridge Conner
Does anyone know about Margaret's husband, Simon's mother? Her name was Mary Margaret Frances Drummond. There is a lot of mystery as to who she actually was
Added by John Hartley on Apr 17, 2015 4:59 PM
Sharon Welch
George Knupp
Thanks so very much for taking the time to photograph Georges stone for me. I am so very glad that it was still there even though it is not easily readable through your picture. Was you by chance able to read the stone more clearly in person??? I am trying to verify birth and death dates for George.
Thanks so very much! Its much appreciated!
Added by Sharon Welch on Apr 05, 2015 1:18 PM
Janet Lowry
RE: #138417527 another Leslie
Thanks a heap - Janet Lowry
Added by Janet Lowry on Feb 24, 2015 1:32 PM
Kathleen Fisher
Pauline Fisher grave @ St. Michaels
Thank you so much for doing this! Had no idea there was such a project. Photo you took of my mom's grave is a few years old and we've since had it elevated with a base (along with all Voytus Family gravestoes at that cemetery--family cemetary). Thanks again!
Added by Kathleen Fisher on Jan 15, 2015 9:10 PM
Carol Bouch White
RE: Nebo
The bodies weren't relocated to another cemetery, they were relocated in that cemetery. It may have been to widen the road or something like that. It's been so long ago I can't remember if they actually relocated bodies or just talked about it. Williams and Griffiths families are also buried in Pine Flats. There were two Williams farms on Griesmore road the one by the cemetery and then one in Griesmore. If you make a left in Griesmore and go toward 551 that farm was owned by Griffiths and now by Smiths.
Added by Carol Bouch White on Aug 17, 2014 7:50 PM
Robert Cline
RE: William Morris
Hi Jan,

Thank you. Now, when I finally win the lottery I'll go to Wales and take the photo for my GG Grandmother Elizabeth (Jones) Williams; buried at St. Margarets Church in Flintshire. I could use another trip since I retired from the Navy 20 years ago.
Added by Robert Cline on Aug 16, 2014 12:52 AM
Carol Bouch White
RE: Nebo
No I haven't stopped by there in awhile. What war was the marker from? I did try to do some research on family search and, but haven't found any of the names in Veterans files. I'm sure that there are more people buried there than have headstones. I am thinking that some of the graves have been moved but can't remember for what reason. I can remember and old church there until the late 50's or early 60's. Most if not all of the land around there belonged to the William's family at one time. I don't live in the area now, but hope to be moving back soon.
By the way who owns the land now. They have been doing a lot of logging around there. Once my husband and I move back we would be more than willing to help with the up keep. There is another cemetery between Greismore and Pine Flats that could use a little work and I do know that Civil war vets are buried there. I will try to talk to some of the families in the area and see what I can find out.
Added by Carol Bouch White on Aug 15, 2014 10:03 AM
Doug Johnson
RE: Bartlebaugh Family
Thanks, not even sure were to start. Inez Bartblebaugh (Great-grandmother) Lloyd Bartlebaugh (Great-grandfather or step ggf?) Willis and Jennie (Great-grandparents), Abner Marsh Bartlebaugh and Nancy Bartlebaugh (Great-great grand parents) should be in Rowley Cemetery (need photos). Charles and Virginia (Kerr) Johnson are buried in Thompson Cemetery (need photos). That's just to start. Need to make a road trip.
Added by Doug Johnson on Jul 25, 2014 7:13 AM
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