|Maggie LaRue (#47951879)|
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|I work full time for our local school district and take many lunch hours photographing cemeteries. I am presently concentrating on one cemetery, but will work on fulfilling photo requests. Best wishes, Maggie|
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May I use your photo for Edith and Avery Maiden and any relatives in Earlham Cemetery, Richmond, IN? Thank you.
|GenealogyGal||Violet Preston at Earlham|
The grave marker that has only the PRESTON surname belongs to William Preston, father of Violet. Please make the necessary changes.
|Lana Robinson||RE: Fredrika Novorska|
|b g||Caroline A. Bauer Snabley|
Thank you very much for the photo. That was very nice of you.
Added by b g on Jul 21, 2014 12:13 AM
|Jerry H.||marion andrews|
Thank you for the photo
Added by Jerry H. on Jul 14, 2014 4:13 AM
|Spicy Guppy||John Jones Project|
Thank you so much for your time and efforts finding and photographing a John Jones marker. Your work is greatly appreciated.
|Jody Hawk||RE: Louise & William Scull|
Hi - I received your inquiry. I checked my records. In the 1910 census, William and Louise are married with a 4 year old son, Charles. In 1910, she states she has only had one child. I do not have the 1920 census records for their family, but by 1930, they do not have any children living with them. William's mother, Alice J., resides with them until her death.
I will keep digging, as these names you provide could be "clues". William was a pharmacist.
His parents, Stephen Marcellus Scull and Alice J., are also buried in this same cemetery. Stephen M. Scull comes from Mason, Ohio (that is where my family line settled) and Alice had been from IN.
I will keep digging and let you know if I uncover any additional clues.
|Jody Hawk||Louise & William Scull|
Thank you so much for taking/adding the photo's!
|RastaDan48||Emma and William Lancaster|
Maggie, Thank you so very much for the photo. What a shame that the top of the marker is missing. I really appreciate you taking the time to locate and snap the photo. It is nice to put a picture of a marker with a relative.
Thanks again, Dan
|Charlie Morgan||William Hungerford|
Thanks for the effort you put into finding a grave marker for William Hungerford.
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