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My husband & I live in Southern Indiana and like to take 'country drives'. Frequently we pass cemeteries that seem to be lost and mourn a little for what appears to be forgotten souls.|
--I will be happy to transfer management of your family members to you, just ask.
----Please accept my apology for some photos in which the stones are 'dirty', some cemeteries are just too over grown.
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Daniel Paschal needs to be moved to the Harned
Chapel Cemetery from the Harned Family cemetery.
Added by Verble on Mar 14, 2014 6:31 PM
|Genealogy Forever||Ida B Carpenter|
Dear Barbara Lynn:
Ida B Carpenter
Created by: BarbaraLynn
Record added: Mar 21, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 87165973
Gravestone photo Carpenter, Ida B
Added by: BarbaraLynn
member for 2 years, 6 months, 25 days
It is with great appreciation for all the special endeavors you accomplish as being a contributor to Find A Grave. It is such a blessing to be able to locate relatives and ancestors by the diligent and benevolent services you provide. As accurate and verifiable information is so very precious and important.
Alvina M. Perry
|Alan L. Fisher||Incorrect marriage date|
I've addressed the discrepancy in the memorial remarks. I was surprised when I notice the photo, since I've been in the cemetery a number of times. Would have to be on the reverse side of the stone I took a picture, just surprised I've missed it a number of times.
|Alan L. Fisher||Incorrect marriage date|
Reference the picture you posted on Silas N. Vanwikle's #69112058 memorial. Not sure the source of your picture, but I think it adds some incorrect information to the memorial It shows the marriage as a year after Eliza's death. I checked the 1900 census of Crawford County, Indiana. Silas and a Sarah E. are listed, showing about an 1893 marriage. But Sarah is shown as only having had one child, while the family has about 6 children in it. Thhis marriage for Silas was a second marriage. Indiana marriage records show a marriage of a Dora Vanwinkle, born 1887, who is in the 1900 census, but the parents were shown as Silas and Eliza VanWinkle. I believe this to be Silas's first marriage, to Elisa Ellis, as shown in the memorial. Eliza's death date is 1892 from the original marker.
Please remove your photo unless you can show me validation of the marriage date.
|RabbitTrack||RE: L Burton|
It looks wonderful! It is great to have that family linked back so far!
|Ginger (Evans) Stiles||RE: transfer|
Thank you very much!!
|Ginger (Evans) Stiles||possible transfer of memorial 103934322|
I was wondering if you would transfer a memorial to me? memorial #103934322, name is Alice M Denton. She was my grandma. Thanks!
|ruth ann||tombstone location?|
Hi, I see that you have a picture of a tombstone for James Richard Kelly, was that taken at that cemetery? I ask this because I was not aware of a Mitchell cemetery in Heltonville, (I am from Lawrence County) and this person is listed in the Mitchell cemetery in Monroe county also. His wife is already listed in the Monroe County cemetery with her birthdate. There are several listed in this cemetery that are listed in the wrong cemetery, should be Mitchell City cemetery, and I have written to them. Please let me know if I am wrong in my thinking. Thank you.
Added by ruth ann on Jan 01, 2014 4:24 PM
|Cathy Clark Beard||Possible Transfer Request|
I wondered if you would be willing to transfer any/all of the following:
Matthew (all 10 are related, including grandfather Vannie R. Matthew; other Matthews are aunts, uncles, great aunt and uncle, and cousins)
Goin (all 3 are related, great grandparents Bessie and John Goin and great uncle William Edward Goin)
Clark (2 are related: Betty R. Matthew Clark was my mother, and Cynthia Ann Clark was my sister)
Thanks for your consideration!
Cathy Clark Beard
|Stanley Baker||RE: memorial 50780030|
No problem Barbara. It can be so easy to get the wrong grave marker when the name of the wife is the same and the husband has the same surname as the grave you are looking for. It would be great if the marker for Maria Jane Bray and Henry Marley could be located in that same cemetery but it may have been of soft stone which cannot be read. Since they died in the mid 1800's there were very poor to no records of death and burials. Thanks for your hard work on taking pictures of grave markers which is appreciated when the cemetery location is too far away for ancestors to visit.
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