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ItsALLrelative (#48208084)
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Bio Photo I have been tramping cemeteries for decades looking for evidence of lost relatives, so I know if you live far away it would be so much easier if someone close by would be willing to do it for you. Since most of my relatives are from Winona county, Minnesota and I am in Indiana, this is a great idea.
I have no problem with transferring management of memorials, just let me know.
First I find the readings online to photograph the stones in the same order to match up the illegible and missing ones, photographing a number at each row. Then I photograph whole cemeteries or sections, up to 1,000 in one day and enter row/section numbers as I upload them. I carry my bucket of tools: brush, pruning snips, spray bottle, stuff to clean and clear around stones. I will try to upload my backlog of some 3,000 photos this winter. If you run across a duplicate memorial, let me know so I can delete it. If you request a photo from an identified section that I have pictures for, I will find and post it.
I have not found any online references to the MASSIVE Oakhill Cemetery in Plymouth, Indiana.
SO I have created and uploaded several spreadsheets from photographs and continue to add more. I'm guessing there are over 10,000 additional graves that are digitally undocumented. There are a few more daring gravers taking on this challenge. There may be some duplicates that slipped by and some that need editing. Dont hesitate to submit changes through the edit tab with corresponding memorial numbers. The numbers in the notes of the memorials are the photo numbers for that memorial. If I haven't gotten to your photo, submit a photo request with the section and photo number. I try to keep up with requests.

I have a virtual cemetery of the Gold Stars of Marshall County, Indiana. They are the WWI soldiers who died during their service. Check it out.
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Loren Bender
Robert mock
Thanks for taking the time to get this great photo! Loren
Added by Loren Bender on Jun 23, 2015 6:02 PM
Frances and Mabel
Greenlee Photos
You were busy today!!! Thank you very very much for all your work Ü.
Added by Frances and Mabel on Jun 14, 2015 10:09 PM
Frances and Mabel
Voreis photo
Thank you for the photo! It is very much appreciated Ü
Added by Frances and Mabel on Jun 14, 2015 9:37 PM
THANK YOU for Paul/Eva/Hal Guise tombstone. JLORCUTT
Added by JLORCUTT on May 30, 2015 12:32 AM
Re: Leiters Ford IOOF Cemetery
Here are the ones that I can find. I am assuming that the ones of mine that are left are either unmarked or hard to read due to age. I added what info that I have so that if found, they may be a little easier to identify. Good Luck.

Rose H. Cannon
Birth: 1891
Death: 1951
Note: Kennedy & Braman temp funeral marker
No grave location

Franklin S. Mehrling
Birth: unknown
Death: Jun. 13, 1857
Inscription: son of Perry & Julia Mehrling
d. June 13, 1857
age 2d?
Plot: Section 1, Row 9

Infant Daughter Polley
Birth: unknown
Death: Aug. 21, 1855
Inscription: dau of Oliver C. & Eliza M. Polley
age 6 hours
Plot: Section 1, Row 9

Andrew Polly
Birth: Feb. 25, 1855
Death: Jun. 17, 1855
Inscription: son of Oliver C. & Eliza M. Polley
d. June 17, 1855?
age 3m, 23d
Plot: Section 1, Row 9

Father Stahl
Birth: unknown
Death: unknown
Note: Note: Stone matches that of "Mother", Samuel, Mary and Eli Stahl
Plot: Section 1, Row 4

Mother Stahl
Birth: unknown
Death: unknown
Note: Note: Stone matches that of "Father", Samuel, Mary, and Eli Stahl
Plot: Section 1, Row 4
Added by genealogyfever on May 29, 2015 10:18 PM
Jana Marie Lashmit
RE: Kepler

This is fine for now till I catch up lol. THANK you so much for the transfer's. I appreciate it being the Zumbaugh's are related on both of our side's ;)

Added by Jana Marie Lashmit on May 29, 2015 6:05 PM
Re: Leiters Ford IOOF Cemetery
Instead of me trying to tell you my (or anyone else’s) graves that are unphotographed, here is an easier way. Go to the cemetery - Leiters Ford IOOF Cemetery. Click on “View All Interments”. At the very top, there is a white box that shows the word – “All Names”. Click on it to create a drop box. At the bottom of the drop box, there is – “Names with no grave photo”. Click on this box. This will bring up all names that are posted that do not have photos of the graves. In this instance, there are 1,628 names of people memorialized from this cemetery. Of those names, there are 281 that do not have a photo of the headstone.

I hope this helps, and makes things easier for you. If you have any questions, let me know, I will be happy to help.
Added by genealogyfever on May 29, 2015 4:45 PM
John Dowdy
Warren G. Smith
change made thank you for the correction
Added by John Dowdy on May 24, 2015 11:57 AM
Joyce DeLong
RE: Amos Safford 60988494
you are most welcome
Added by Joyce DeLong on May 17, 2015 10:46 AM
Joyce DeLong
RE: Amos Safford 60988494
Sure - added second photo that more clearly shows death date of Amos, Dec 11, 1870

Submitted an edit for the memorial dates when I uploaded the photo.

Added by Joyce DeLong on May 17, 2015 7:06 AM
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