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|I was born in Du Quoin, Perry, Illinois in 1946 the second child of George Walker Hinman and Mary Evelyn Bigham. My dad was the 3rd of 8 children born to Claude Lester Hinman and Freda Newton Clodfelter. My mom was the 2nd of 7 children born to James Gilbert Bigham and Zoe Eliza Trefftzs. |
I am related to several families in Perry County, Illinois on my mother's side. And also many families in Warrick County, Indiana on my father's side.
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|Pat Skinner||Memorial #119979980|
Thank you so much for the pictures. I was wondering if you could tell me everything that is on Aaron's headstone? The top half broke off some years ago, I'm told, and is laying on the ground behind the bottom 1/2, probably covered by dirt now. Hopefully it won't require a rubbing to determine what it says. The info may give me a clue to his parentage. Aaron & Jane were the parents of John L. Porter, who was married to Marinda Frizzel. She was the daughter of Michael Frizzel and Charlotte Dean. Aaron & Jane's 2nd child died on his way to Pike's Peak during the gold rush. It is unknown where he is buried. Their daughter, Sarah was married to Andrew Curtis. Two of Sarah & Andrew's children are buried 4 headstones down from Aaron. They were Jennie, died of consumption age 18, and Martin, died in a drowning accident while trying to save the life of another boy. Martin was 18. There should be 3 headstones in between Aaron & the Curtis children. They are Aaron's son John & daughter-in-law Mirinda, John's infant child, & his sons, Frank & Delbert. John's daughter, Charlotte, married George Ross. They are, also, buried in that cemetery. Aaron's father-in-law, John Hulet was in the Rev. War. Aaron was in the War of 1812. John was in the Civil War, as was the Curtis children's father, Andrew. Andrew, his wife and their remaining son moved to IL., where the son, Adelbert, was eventually murdered for his money.
|Jo Roth||RE: spring grove cemetery|
No problem at all - happy to help. Thank you for being part of this team and taking on this great project. If you ever need anything at all, don't hesitate to ask - I'm down at SG fairly often.
Added by Jo Roth on Nov 13, 2013 7:37 AM
|Vickie61997||Lola E Carpenter Leuty|
Updates made -- thank you for them. Vicki
|P.K. Magruder||Samuel Pomeroy Link|
"Could you please tell me how to make it link to other cemetery.
Originally buried in Knightville Cemetery"
Samuel is linked in both locations.
If you are asking how I did it, it is in the FAQ
"How do I add a link from one memorial to another?
In order to create a link in the biography of one memorial to someone else's memorial, you will need to use a bit of HTML code.
In the biography, you would need to type
< a href="http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=XXXXXXX">Name< /a>
where XXXXXXX is the GRid number of the memorial you want to link. The GRid is a unique id for each memorial and as such is the only thing within the entire URL that must be included. The "Name" is what will show up on the screen as a link.
You will need to remove the space between < and a at the beginning as well as the space between the < and / at the end. The spaces were added here to actually show you the code."
The GRid number is the memorial ID # to which you are linking your memorial; name can be anything you want it to be. I used the name of the other cemetery since using the celestial resident's name again seemed redundant.
If you are going to be doing a lot of this, save the code without spaces to a word document so you can just copy/paste, substitute XXXX and name. It is so much faster than typing it out every time or trying to find it in the FAQ.
Always check to make sure the link works.
|Beverly Sprowl Teibel||Cora Hinman|
Thank you for the information and links, they have been added and appreciated.
|Becky (Bates) Norris||Zachariah Scales|
Hi, was wondering if could link him to his wives.
first wife Nancy Jane Scales mem.#46302770 in Garrison Cem. Warrick Co. IN and his second wife as Elizabeth Scales Mem. #119017938. You may have to search her under "United States" then "all states". I don't have complete information on her but have created a mem. for her.
|Ralph Hammond-Green||Chester James Hinman|
Change made - thank you. I went with James as middle name as his death certificate says Clayton J Hinman.
Zoe, thanks so much for the info on the Neuhaus's - everything has been added.
|Amy Harbin Jordan||McEwen pictures|
Thank you so much for the photos of Zenas and Mary McEwen's headstone. I really appreciate it!!
Thank you so much for taking the time to take the pictures!
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