|Carol Ann (#46852346)|
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Enjoy Walking in Cemetery's and reading Tomb Stones, have done it since I was a child when we would go to the Cemetery on Sundays and take my Grandmother to visit the Grave site of my grandfather. Nothing else for a child to do, except walk around and read other stones, think about the persons that died, and how old they were at the time. Enjoy it still today. |
I have asked questions since I was a child on our family ancestry which has continued to absorb my interest to this day in doing research, sending away for actual records before computers ever thought of in our homes today. I'll be Remembered as "The Family Historian" when my time comes to depart! Hopefully Missed by All.
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|Eva Hopkins||RE: John Donald Evans|
Have you any information about Clara Flanders Evans parents? Would you do a couple listings for them so I could link Clara to her parents?
|Eva Hopkins||RE: John D Evans|
What are the numbers of the FindAGrave listings for his parents? I have attached John Evans' obituary.
|Vermilion County Saving Graves||RE: HIGGINSVILLE CEMETERY|
Hi Carol Ann,
I'm not sure where the records are for Higginsville; you might want to check with the Illiana Genealogical Society (http://illianaghs.org/) or the Archives Dept. at the Danville Public Library (http://www.danville.lib.il.us/archives.htm).
I've tried to get back to that cemetery, but each time the gates have been closed so I haven't been able to. It would be great if some Boy Scouts would take that project under their wing, but there are so many needy cemeteries in Vermilion County that I'm not sure if there are enough Scouts to go around!
Verm Co Saving Graves