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Joshua Davis (#46926941)
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Tim Kelley
Dr. Julia Siegfried
Joshua:
Thank you so much for your help! I am so pleased it could be included!

Tim Kelley
Added by Tim Kelley on Aug 11, 2016 5:45 AM
Tim Kelley
Dr. Julia Siegfried
Hi Joshua:

I tired reducing the article to match up with the guidelines but I am afraid it still needs some additional editing. Let me know if you have any questions or need other information.

Thank you,

Tim Kelley
Kansas City, MO
Added by Tim Kelley on Aug 09, 2016 7:20 AM
Tim Kelley
Dr. Julia Siegfried
Hi Joshua:

I am new to "Find A Grave" and need to ask a question concerning the Dr Julia Siegfried listing. How do I add commentary concerning the subject? I wrote an article about her in the early 1980's which was published in the "Indiana History Bulletin" of the Indiana Historical Society. Since that time, I have added additional information to the paper. She was a physician, socialist and a pioneer in Indiana rights for women. All indications suggest she is the first woman in Indiana to be allowed a place on an election ballot. That occurred in 1908 when she was nominated for Circuit Court Judge by the Socialist Party. There was an attempt to block her from being placed on the ballot as she was not a qualified voter, but the election board approved it, which is an interesting part of the story.

Hope to hear from you!

Tim Kelley
Kansas City, Missouri
Added by Tim Kelley on Aug 08, 2016 8:03 AM
judy porter
children of Kingsberry York and also another wife
Kingsberry York (my g.g. grandfather) was married 1st to Elizabeth Barnes (Serelda's sister)19 Oct. 1859: 3 children-John C.; Joseph Henry; William K. married 2nd to Serelda Barnes 12 July 1868 with children Mary E. Amick; Noah S. and George Sherman born May 1875 died 8 Oct. 1950 in Fort Worth Texas ( my g-grandfather)










Added by judy porter on Aug 03, 2016 4:49 PM
David Towell
RE: Anna R. Stockwell
Joshua:

Thank you kindly for your prompt response and for your help in making this change. I have followed your directions and have deleted the duplicate memorial. Let me know if there are other ways I can help you or others in the Find-a-Grave community.

David Towell
Added by David Towell on Jun 25, 2016 1:42 PM
David Towell
Anna R. Stockwell
Joshua:

Sending a request for transfer of the memorial site for Anna R. Stockwell - #23786127. This is my great grandmother and she is buried in a family cemetery that includes my mother and many other close relatives. I am one of the owners of the farm on which the cemetery is located. I received a notification of a duplicate memorial. I'm hoping I can keep the duplicate or edit the original after transfer. Please advise

David Towell - #46930929

Duplicate memorial - #64760334
Added by David Towell on Jun 24, 2016 2:30 PM
Karen Brewer
City cemeteery, Shelby Co., IN, 133554604
I sent you an obituary for Susan Goodrich Maholm and links to connect her parents. The Susan that is already linked to the parents is in error. I wrote to the contributor to try to correct this. Thank you for all you have contributed to Find A Grave.
Best Regards,
Karen Brewer
Added by Karen Brewer on Jun 12, 2016 6:03 PM
Ryan Holly
RE: Dora Etta Harrison
Glad to be of service.
Added by Ryan Holly on Jun 06, 2016 7:16 PM
Tim Burk
Scroggins Cemetery
Hi Joshua, The Morgan County History and Genealogy Association is needed help with the restoration of the Scroggins Cemetery 5 miles East of Martinsville. On May 14th is the official cleanup day. Many of the markers are in need of being reset if you would be interested in helping. just a FYI.
Added by Tim Burk on May 05, 2016 7:08 PM
Anonymous
RE: Albertson Cemetery, Campbell, Robb Hill Cemetery
Thank you so much for your Help!
Added by Anonymous on Apr 17, 2016 5:31 PM
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