|Kim White (#47499959)|
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I am probably like most genealogists. I began with my own family and once I got all of my leaves on the tree, I started using the ancestry records available to add short bios to the memorials I created for people who were buried in our local cemeteries but who were not yet "findable" on Find-A-Grave.|
I know that every stone I photograph has a story, however brief their life may have been. I have a special fondness for headstones that are broken, or have ended up on their backs, embedded into the earth and hope that by photographing them, they may someday be resurrected by a family member.
If there is a grave that a family member would like to manage, contact me regarding a transfer. Additionally, if you would like to have a photo or a bio removed, just say the word. My only intention is to provide help to other people doing genealogy research.
I also welcome corrections and additional information. Please allow at least a few days for the correction as I work full time and can only do F.A.G. business as time allows.
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Thank you for adding headstone photos for Paul Meyers and his parents. Do you remember what section or approximate location for the lots? I am assuming Paul was next to his parents. Paul's memorial #110954841.
Added by Nancy on Apr 17, 2014 9:44 PM
I was wondering if it would be ok to use some of your Shirar photos on my family tree?
Added by aylaeh on Apr 12, 2014 3:12 PM
|Eric Lowman||RE: Yet another question|
Kim, I'm assuming this is referring to a battallion. Indiana never had them, so I don't know much about them. A battalion was smaller than the typical regiment with only 4-8 companies while the normal regiment had 10 companies. A battalion had less men than a normal regiment.
|Jill||RE: kreighbaum question|
Kim, thank-you...yes I'd seen the info you offered prev...however I went back to read it again. I missed something, (the wording) made it seem he'd passed before her. (Little about him in the obit) It seems a few things threw me off - but I did find it (d.o.d.) and he died AFTER his 2nd wife Martha. He also moved to Benton Harbor, which is a surprise to me. So was able to find a few more sentences on him in the Benton Harbor Palladium News. His son Paul I've found a few things on but another mystery.
Thanks so much!
Added by Jill on Mar 31, 2014 7:17 AM
Just came across all your info on George W. Kreighbaum and it is great to see this.I am in *banging my head on table mode, trying to find George's son Albert Clarence (as mentioned in the obit) per a date of death or place of death. He married Alvina Machel (my family) they had one son name Paul. It seems Albert disappeared, he did remarry (Martha) I find - but no death info and hard to find anything on the son. Do you have any clue?
So Sincerely, Janice
Added by Jill on Mar 30, 2014 4:49 PM
|Barb Szabo||Letitia Jane (Metcalf) Love|
Sorry it has taken me so long to respond to your e-mail. I have linked Letitia Jane (Metcalf) Love (my great-grand aunt) to her father, Billings Metcalf, as you requested. I know where Letitia was in 1880, she was residing with the Geo. McLean family in Princeton, Bureau Co., Ill., listed as a servant.
|L. Stoneturner||Espich & Mossholder Ancestors|
Can't thank you enough for the transfer of my Ancestors in Fairmount.
Many and sincere thanks
|Linnallen||RE: Vera Domstrum|
You are Correct! Jessie is Vera's Father and Ida C Zumbaugh Brumbaugh is her mother. Thy are all part of my Husband's family!
|Donna L. Tolliver||Conover 1890-1983|
Thank-you so very much for the transfer.....Donna
|Barb Alsbury||Phillip Schuyler Alleman/ PS|
The Blain Family is buried in (as provided on the cemetery records) Lot 40--graves F, G, H, I, J; and Oliver Blain, Lot 40...no grave #.
also, Lot 5, Graves D & E.;son of Gideon: John Blain and wife Eva Westervelt Blain....all are at Old Oak Hill...thanks again...barb
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