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|I Want To Thank Find a grave For Helping Me Find A lot of Family.|
I am creating these memorials and adding pictures to help others Only, my source is mainly from the pictures I take, I will not ask no one to delete a duplicate memorial as I am no ones boss, I believe everyone should have a way to be contacted through a public message and not dish out orders or ask for requests with no way to respond to them. This is my own personal feelings but it just makes sense.... .
Please Check The New Auto Edit Feature 1ST.
Please No PUBLIC MESSAGES REQUESTING EDITS OR TRANSFER'S WILL BE ANSWERED. NO EXCEPTIONS!!!
NO TRANSFERS WILL BE MADE AS A VISITOR, PLEASE SIGN ON YOUR FIND A GRAVE PAGE FOR THESE REQUEST.
My Twin Son
Find a grave # 15123713
THANK YOU All For Visiting his Memorial, This means so much to us..
I Have Enjoyed Genealogy for over 20 years and found I am related to the following Family's, I know i am leaving some out!
Leonard,Hitchcock,Petri,Eversole,Kennedy,Kenneday, Cannaday or Canaday, Spencer,Hedgecock,Coffin,Paddock,Stalker,
Dalliber, Kuenkin, Buchanan, Scott, White, Miskell or Mikesell
I Also found that I am a direct descend from over 20 Revolutionary War veterans and Have had family serve during every war since this Great country was founded. God Be With Our Veterans!
Also Found I am a Mayflower Descendant and descended from The First Settlers of Nantucket Island. and found several towns named after some of my family, "Burnsville" Indiana, and the town of "Wynn" Indiana.
No Pictures are to be used for another web site, all pictures are protected under the FAG guidelines and are to be copied only if permission is given by the owner.
REMEMBER!! EDITS are to be made threw the Edit Feature and not as a public message Please.
THANK YOU ALL
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|Wildcats1055||RE: John Dye, Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Randolph County IN|
|Cindy Watson||RE: Clinton S. Plyley # 26415027|
Thank you so much for the use of your photos. It is appreciated!
Thank you, Cindy
|Wildcats1055||John Dye, Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Randolph County IN|
I am looking at the grave marker for John and Maria Dye in Pleasant Hill Cemetery in Randoph County, IN and see a line below their death date that I don't understand. Could someone tell me what that last line says and what it means?
|Douglas Jones||RE: Ezra Franklin|
I'd love to see the pictures...any you can scan?
If you can, please send to me at firstname.lastname@example.org
|Cindy Watson||Clinton S. Plyley # 26415027|
Hi, I am writing a family history book and I was wondering if you would give me permission to use Clinton's grave markers. The two photos would be a nice addition to my book. If permitted, I will source your name in the caption under the pictures. ~Cindy
i added new great pics on # 67248219, enjoy.
|Sue Allen||Alberta Hemmelgarn|
Thank you for her stone photo.
|Linda Brewster||RE: Brewster Memorials|
Did I tell you that my Mill Creek cemetery is in Rocky Face, GA not Danville, IN? If I did, then you can disregard this answer~
Linda Duke Brewster
|Colleen Horn||RE: Stephen Frazee Sr.|
Thank you, I appreciate your help.
|Colleen Horn||Stephen Frazee Sr.|
I was wondering if you have any information where Stephen Frazee Sr. died 1833 is buried? I have been doing research on his son Stephen Frazee Jr. who died in 1861 mother is Margaret Mahan Elrod Frazee.
I was at the Batavia Library yesterday and found some letters written by Hilda Musgrove Johnson dated Sept 8 1966 where she is replying back to a Mary who is researching the Frazee line. These were in a misc. file in the genealogical section of the library. In this letter which I can scan to you if you would like a copy it has that the Beech Forest chapter Daughters of the American revolution, friends and descendants, today pay homage to Benjamin Frazee, a soldier of the American revolution, who in 1800 settled on the land which has passed down through the generations to Mrs. Carl Dean and children. He, his son Stephen, and others of the family lie buried in the family plot to the rear of the garden. I was wondering if you came across any information that is similar?
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