|Shirley McKim (#46902780)|
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|I have been working on genealogy since the age of 12. I was born and reared in Boone County, Indiana and have a lot of relatives there. My husband was born and reared in Harrison County, Indiana where we live today. Almost all of his family is from here. Mine is scattered all over the state of Indiana. I hope that someone I've added will help you make a connection and be of value to you. Feel free to contact me about anyone I've added so that we may share data.|
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I had a duplicate of this person that I have requested to be deleted. Please update the information for Charles O Kitterman in the edits tab. Thank You.
Added by Eileen on Jun 05, 2015 2:57 PM
|Lenny Arnold||William Peter Arnold II|
Hello Shirley, is your husband a descendant of William Peter Arnold? William Pete II was my great-grandfather on my father's side. Thank You Lenny Arnold
|Lisa Dillman Wright||RE: Tombstone Photo|
Thanks so much!
|Lisa Dillman Wright||Photo for Margaret E Himes #7519475|
Shirley, May I use the headstone photo you have provided for my ancestry.com tree? I give full photo credit. Thanks so much for considering. Lisa Dillman Wright
|cmm 945||William and Cora Dicus|
Hi Shirley, thank you for the edit suggestions, which I accepted. I have no connection to these two so I transferred them to your care. Regards, Charlie
Added by cmm 945 on Feb 22, 2015 10:31 PM
|kentuckywoman2||FAG memorial # 71435918|
I sent you another message too, just wanted to make sure I covered all the bases. :-)
This is not Elizabeth C Blunk! This woman is Elizabeth Frances Mulkins, who married Jacob Wesley Detrick in 1857.
Elizabeth C Blunk married a different Jacob Deatrick in 1881. Both are much younger than these two at rest here.
Elizabeth Frances Mulkins outlived Jacob Detrick by at least 8 years if not more. He died in 1912 and in 1920, Elizabeth was living with their son Philip. In 1930 Philip is living alone, so I'm guessing Elizabeth died sometime between 1920- 1930. The last payment made to her Army Widow's pension was in 1920.
So this is not a case where Jacob's first wife died and then he married a second wife in 1881. This Jacob is NOT the same Jacob that married Elizabeth C Blunk. I've been researching relatives of the Detrick family, and am 100% positive, without a doubt, that this is Elizabeth Frances Mulkins Detrick who lies buried here - and not Elizabeth C Blunk, who lies elsewhere.
I hope you will change this information, as people who are looking for Elizabeth Blunk will not find her here and those looking for Elizabeth Mulkins will not be able to find her even though she is here.
|Jeanette & Tony Nolan||Request for transfers|
Would you be so kind and transfer these close family members to:
Carrie Simler 51758921 my grandfather's sister
Florence Simler 33789257 my mother
Son of JJ & M E Simler 51758907 My grandfather's
Sons of JS & MJ Simler 51859091 My great grand-
Thank you so much Shirley McKim, we appreciate these transfers.
Jeanette Simler Nolan
|PK JOY||McKim Photos|
Shirley I tried to email you but dont have a good email address. I have 2 photos believed to be Mckim's That I was hoping to share with you to see if you might know who they are. firstname.lastname@example.org. You and I corresponded several years ago on the Mckim tree. Hope to hear from you soon! Monica
Added by PK JOY on Jan 26, 2015 1:00 PM
|Jim Boley||Marvin Boley #73039506|
Thank you for helping me clear up the Father of Marvin Boley.
|Jason Shewmaker||Herschel Thomas Pete Dean|
Hello there, just shooting you a question about a fellow who's grave I found and you have listed. Herschel Thomas Pete Dean. This man is supposedly my grandfather. I found this out through my father and trudging through ancestry websites he has been linked to us there as well. However there is no information about him or any information about his parents.Knowing this i believe you might have or could possibly find out some information for me. I would be so grateful, and All i want to do is find out my families lineage.
Thank you very much,
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