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Consort and relic refer to a spouse, usually to women. A consort is a husband or wife of a living spouse. A relic is a widow.
I typically do not put in calculated birth dates from the Aged information on a gravestone. Those dates tend to be incorrect.
I need help with St. Michaels's cemetery, East Elmhurst, Queens county, New York.
Monroe County, Indiana Resources
Order Monroe County Obituaries
Monroe County Library: http://www.monroe.lib.in.us/pathfinder/Genealogy
Look for the Monroe County Obituary Index.
Smithville Newspaper It contains news for Harrodsburg and the surrounding area. http://mcpl.info/indiana/smithville-news
Roots Web Obits: http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/search?path=INMONROE
Monroe County Historical Society: http://www.monroehistory.org/
Clover Hill cemetery, Harrodsburg, Indiana
Wonderful Harrodsburg history books, "Years of Glory" and "Remember When" by Ruth Seeley Heath and "Counties of Morgan, Monroe & Brown, Indiana", Charles Blanchard, Editor
The Monroe County Historical Society has some of these books for sale.
Lawrence County, Indiana, Resources
Current Lawrence County Obituaries
http://www.bedfordonline.com/ click on Around Bedford
Roots Web Obits:
latitude and longitude
To add latitude and longitude, click on Edit Plot.
If you leave a space before the values, an error message, "values are not the correct format", will be returned.
Be sure to include the - for the longitude, otherwise the person will be buried in China.
If you download Google Earth (it is free software) and put in the search box the latitude and longitude (for example 38.7338, -86.48588), it will take you to the grave area.
I use Google Earth to find the latitude and longitude. I type in the latitude and longitude for the graveyard and then adjust the numbers until the pointer is on the gravestone.
http://ddss.nu - Vital record database for Southern Sweden
http://gravar.se/ - Swedish grave database
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|Kathy Phelan||Ray Cox|
Thanks for the photo. It is important to give all servicemen their due.
|William Fay||RE: Maria Obernolte|
Loose translation for the German: You good dear are .... .....resting in this graveyard..... but you are already up there praising God for what He has done for us
|William Fay||RE: Maria Obernolte|
The stone was broken and repaired so I can't quite make out the first name. I am glad you liked the photos. I will try to translate the inscription
|Carol A. Wells||Emmitt Wagner|
Thank you so much for taking the photograph of his memorial and, as a result, having more information about this man shared with others about his birth year and that he was married.
When I placed the request I thought perhaps he may have been a relation of mine. However, it turns out he is not - due to birth info being off by several years as my Emmit was born in the 1890s.
However, I still appreciate you taking such a nice photo of his, and his wife's, gravesite. :)
|ronald conrad||Donald & Marie Hitchcock|
Thank you so much for the headstone photos of Donald & Marie. They are very much appreciated. Have a great day.
|Rooster 101||Head Stone's|
Thank you for putting the pictures on my page that was very nice of you" I need to come get my Grandmothers stone and fix it up this spring ..
|sandlotball||Gloria A Massullo|
Hi - I'm so sorry to disappoint you, but no, I've no connection to the Massullo's. Mrs. Massullo was among a large group of memorials I was asked to manage. I will look around and try to find some helpful information for you.
Thank you very much for the terrific photo of Roy and Myrtle Wigley's stone, and especially for the suggestion about Myrtle's obit! I really appreciate your help.
Ruby in Idaho
Added by Ruby on Feb 02, 2015 7:51 AM
|Dan G.||RE: Bass Cemetery/Francis Marian Phipps|
Thank you and I will keep that in mind for now. I have been chasing down the gravesites of the casualties of WW I for Lawrence County. I found most of these in the "Gold Star Honor Roll: A Record of Indiana Men and Women Who Died in the Service of the United States and the Allied Nations in the World War. 1914-1918" All the best, Dan
Added by Dan G. on Feb 01, 2015 1:27 PM
|Dan G.||Bass Cemetery/Francis Marian Phipps|
I noticed that you were at the Bass Cemetery today when I made the correction for Francis Marian Phipps. Wondering if you have any inkling of the location of the gravestone for John Will Phipps
(# 39902906), a WW I Navy veteran, out there. I looked twice and for the life of me, some of the limestone gravestones are too dissolved and lichened up to read. Thanx, Dan G.
Added by Dan G. on Jan 31, 2015 6:39 PM
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