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susan clemons (#46940011)
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My husband and I grew up in central Indiana and currently live in Indianapolis area. We've been doing genealogy for about 6 years and have traveled extensively around the country tracing our families and their burial sites. We have been doing cemetery walking in central Indiana area since February, 2009 and love it. We are both retired and are able to spend a lot of time doing what we love.

I am getting a lot of requests that don't have a member id# or links to the memorials. Therefore, I will no longer make change requests without this information.
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N J Martin
RE: Faulkners
Then whichever one I ask abt would you mind transferring to me?

Thanks
Nola
Added by N J Martin on May 25, 2016 8:38 AM
N J Martin
JOSEPH EVANS
Could you please put a note on the picture of his stone that his birth year is incorrect. He was born in 1951. See obit and he was my mom's cousin.

Thanks
Added by N J Martin on May 18, 2016 2:29 PM
M (Dillon) Goddard
Duplicate
For some reason James and Lena are appearing twice on each others memorial.

Memorial# 54058863
Memorial# 54058865
Added by M (Dillon) Goddard on May 17, 2016 9:35 AM
Richard Pickering
RE: Pickering,Enos
I apologize. I no longer believe this Enos is the one I referenced. I have probably mis assigned the children. RP
Added by Richard Pickering on May 12, 2016 6:59 AM
Richard Pickering
Pickering,Enos
Would you please email Richard at rp946@bellsouth.net . I believe I gave you incorrect information previously. Thank You. rp
Added by Richard Pickering on May 11, 2016 7:19 AM
James Newman
Nancy Crandall Ball
I noticed in reading about Nancy Crandall Ball #49917777, her birth year is 1815 in one place, possibly off her tombstone and in the story her birth year is 1825. I was wondering which one if more correct. The 1900 census says 1820. I believe the 1825 year is the best answer. Thank you for your consideration.

Judy Nighbert Newman
Added by James Newman on Apr 22, 2016 3:37 PM
James Newman
James Ball
Since Nancy Crandall Spell Ball #49947777 married 2nd James Ball. I would suggest that James Ball #49917775 is the one, especially since he is buried in Sugar Grove Methodist Cemetery also. Might that be correct? Thank you for all your work.

Judy Nighbert Newman
Added by James Newman on Apr 21, 2016 2:10 PM
genealogy_guy_2019
Transfer Request and Correction
Correction-
Martha's Maiden Name is Mosier

Memorials would like transfer of
Jonathan Freer #70917572
Martha E. Freer #70917578

Relationship-

James Everett Hunt Grandfather
George Clay Hunt father of James Everett Hunt
Leroy Hunt father of George Clay Hunt

Leroy Everett Hunt married Emily Ann (Freer) Hunt
This is Emily Ann (Freer) Hunt's parents.
Added by genealogy_guy_2019 on Apr 19, 2016 8:43 AM
Lynne Ream
Harman H. Allen actual place of burial
I have left you an edit to put Harman H. Allen #39316510 on the site of his first wife Julia Ann Wilson #40576494. Harmon Allen was actually buried in the Sugar Plain Church cemetery in Thorntown, Boone, Indiana. Your Harmon site is #40614775 When you look up the actual Harman site you will see information and dates.
Lynne Ream
Added by Lynne Ream on Apr 18, 2016 9:26 PM
Sharon Wallen
Grace and Hansford Wallen
Would you please add the tombstone picture for Grace Elizabeth Peters Wallen #68147635 to her husband, Hansford Wallen's memorial #29286873? His was taken before her death.

Thank you!
Added by Sharon Wallen on Apr 16, 2016 9:42 AM
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