|Mrs Donna Schauss (#47686427)|
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Born & raised in New Jersey and have been living in Indiana since married in 1976. Have 2 grown children, one is married. Have ancestry trees for Warrick County families of SCHAUSS & TRAUTVETTER which includes LIBBERT, CASTLE, INGRAM, ANGEL, SPLITTORF for some ex's. Have ancestry trees for NJ family for SWAN/FREEMAN/FREIERMUTH, EMMONS, & HERBERT. --- Taking pics at local cemeteries as volunteer. MY PICS on findagrave are "DONATIONS" FOR PUBLIC USE. To give "credit", put - "Pic Source: findagrave.com". INDIANA CEMETERIES currently taking pics at & working with cem records from library: JAMES-PARKER (Also known as Hatfield Cem) and EBENEZER - both in Spencer County IN. -- Note re Messages: I clear out at times - it's not that I don't communicate with anyone. I appreciate all messages.|
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I came across a grave for Louise E Schott (1891-1972) at the opposite end of the cemetery in the single grave section. The inscription is simply "Wife" with no husband nearby. Is she a relation?
|Roibeard53||RE: Schott - Freeman Pics|
You're very welcome. It was disappointing to find that plot in that condition with no other markers for so many people. With the names Louis and Emily etched into the base, all the other names are probably on the faces of those two fallen stones. The fallen tower in the upper left is for a Kreiter family.
If you would like, I could post a photo of the plot on all the requests just so there is something on them. Just let me know. Take care.
|jim jones||Lonnie Main Photo|
Hi Donna, Thanks for the info and photo. I see you have Ingrams in you family. Some of my family on the Bolin side married in the Ingrams..........Jim
|cole||Park Lawn Cemetery|
Thank you for the photos of the Weil and Meyer gravestones. Sorry for the much overdue thanks. I appreciate you taking the time to fulfill my requests.
Added by cole on Nov 26, 2013 5:34 PM
I transferred the memorial to you. The info mentioned "Lot 14H, 3 Front". That could mean there are 3 graves on that lot and perhaps more in the rear of the lot. There was no evidence of any other stone with a similar name although there were many overturned stones as you can see to the right of the base of the monument. Some stones that were still upright had names that were written in another language but nothing near to Von Stubenrauch.
I hope to venture down the road to Block A next time although the road is not safely passable by car. I got about 3 car lengths down before deciding it wasn't such a good idea to drive down it. Since you have several requests at that one lot in Block A, it is worth another try.
|Roibeard53||RE: VonStubenrauch, Frank Henry Pic|
You're very welcome, I'm glad you like them.
|Roibeard53||RE: Franz von Stubenrauch|
OK I posted the photos for Frank Henry. I would like to venture down to Block A seeing as there are several requests there, but the roads, if you can call them roads, are a mess, Grass hadn't been cut for over one year and there were trees and branches all over. It is a very uncomfortable place to be in if you have to get too far away from the car.
You might want to contact a Mary Lish who already has many photos of graves at Woodland. This is a weblink to a site for the cemetery. It also has her email address and states the info she needs to locate a grave. She may very well already have the photos you're looking for.