|Pat France (#46810252)|
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|Pat & hubby Rick enjoy researching family & others in the cemeteries along our travels. Often, a cemetery visit is the primary reason for our "vacation" - no surprise there, huh? Please let us know about additions, errors, omissions, edits, or to ask about transfer of ownership if you are related to anyone we have posted. We live in Indianapolis, IN. Our primary family names are: France, Wright, Arford, Thompson, Jarrell, Eades, Gosser, Lantz, Kaufman & Albert in Indiana, Illinois, Ohio, Kentucky & Pennsylvania.|
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|Kathy Lindley||Laura and Lewis Lefforge|
Thank you very much for transferring Laura and Lewis Lefforge's memorials to me and for everything you do for Find A Grave.
|Janet S. Alvis||Sarah Vankirk|
Pat, I am so sorry I am sooooo late!! Thank you so much for this transfer and your generosity with Find A Grave :))) I appreciate it!
|Sue Stoner Evans||Isaac and Flora Belle Day|
Thank you very much for transferring my great grandparents to me. I will do my best to augment their sites appropriately.
|Marc Partlow||Thank you|
Thank you for the kind transfer of Orlie and Pearl [Hilt] Partlow memorials at Lincoln Memory Gardens, Boone Co., IN. I have updated and linked information.
Find A Grave # 46894404
|Charlene Harmon||RE: Janet R Partlow #13784560|
RE: Janet R Partlow #13784560
I am the historian for the Ben Davis High School Class of 1954 - Indianapolis, Indiana.
Janet graduated with me.
Her middle name: Ruth.
I am going to send after her obituary to be entered in her Find A Grave entry in her biography.
If you want to transfer her entry to me - that would be fine. If you don't wish to do that I will send you the obituary when I get it.
Charlene Clark Harmon
Find A Grave # 46809824
|Therse Morrison||Philadelphia Harmon|
Pat, Philadelphia Harmon is buried in the Harmon Family Cemetery at Traders Point with her husband James Harmon and a couple of their children. They have stones.
|David R. Cheesman, Sen.||James A. Moon|
Thak you for your comment.
Yes. James Moon was quite a "tinker."
I did some extensive research on him while working on the Book "FARMERS INSTIRUTE CEMETERY of TIPPECANOE COUNTY, INDIANA." I went to Famer's Institute Cemetery almost every day while documenting each burialstone there to permanently record my findings and carefully drew each stone with pen and ink and illustrated the book with them and included some old newsclippings of James A. Moon. A copy of the book was given to the Tippecanoe County Public Library and to TIPCOA (Tippecanoe Resource Center).
All kindest wishes
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