|Justin M (#47062609)|
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Started doing my local cemetery and after finding several Civil War vets I thought it would be interesting to look for Revolution and Civil War burials in Dearborn Co. Indiana. That in turn has turned into finding pioneer and forgotten burial grounds in my area also. Will transfer most memorials unless they are my ancestors. Corrections are appreciated, nasty grams are not.|
If anyone knows of a Civil War burial, [or Revolutionary War] vet in Dearborn County IN. that I have missed please let me know.
If you want to use photos I have taken ok, just give me credit.
We are the chosen. In each family, there is one who seems called to find the ancestors. To put flesh on their bones and make them live again, to tell the family story and to feel that somehow they know and approve. Doing genealogy is not a cold gathering of facts, but instead, breathing life into all who have gone before. We are the storytellers of the tribe.
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|Jeremiah Wilton||Mem# 35794499, Wm. F. Griffith|
Sgt. William Frank Griffith (35794499) was my wife's GGGGfather. I'm hoping you know where the birth and death information on the memorial was obtained. Please let me know if you get a chance.
|Philip Warren Rupp||transfer of my Great-Grandfather's gravesite|
My name is Philip Warren Rupp. William Rupp, buried in East Fork Cemetery, is my Great-Grandfather. My "DAD" was very proud of his Grandfather; as I am, of the both of them. My near future plans are to replace his wife's and three daughters missing stones. My Parents took me this cemetery many times over the years. Very sadly, they too, are both gone; but I still stop to pay my respects to my Great-Grandparents and my Great Aunts buried at East Fork. It would mean a great deal to maintain my Great-Grandfather's gravesite. Am also going to add his biography. Thank You in advance for your kindness. Very Sincerely, Philip W Rupp
|betty evans||RE: Kyle|
Hello again I just read what you den me again there's only 2 markers (headstones) that I've found do you know what happened to all the others they dug up in 2007? I ask the previous owner who and why someone was digging there and how they knew they was there? She had no idea anyone did any of that
|betty evans||Kyle family cemetery|
Hello I was looking for additional information on the Kyle family cemetery behind our house. Do you know how they passed they ages of several of seems so young. Or how many are back there. thanks
|ATC (AW) Ray Jackson, USN (ret)||Thank you|
Thank you very kindly for the Terrill Transfers. They are greatly appreciated.
|pat whitenack||Ora Baird|
Who would I contact to locate my great aunt, Ora Baird's grave site in Mt. Sinai cemetery
|Capn Dan||DeWitt Clinton McAdams|
Pvt. McAdams served with my Grandfather, Pvt. John Nelson Hubbard in Company A, 7th Indiana Infantry Regiment. Most soldiers in Company A were from Dearborn County. Grandfather enlisted on 7 September 1861, two days after Clint. They fought together in many famous battles including, Winchester, Bull Run, Antietam, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg and Laurel Hill. Clint saved my Grandfather's life on 3 July 1863 at the Battle of Gettysburg. Grandfather wrote about his experiences and commented a couple of times about Clint. Sadly Clint was killed on 10 May 1864 at the Waller House, Laurel Hill, Virginia. He was originally buried on Sanford's Farm and later at Fredericksburg National Cemetery, grave no. 2006.
War Department form no. 14, #61004705923. His kin still live in Dearborn County, Indiana.
Grandfather had a cousin in the 7th and a brother, Silas Rosin Hubbard, and several cousins in Co. D, 3rd Indiana Cavalry.
Cousin, Jesse Smith, Company D, was one of the first soldiers killed at Gettysburg on morning of 1 July 1863. He was buried by a cabinet maker, Mr. Swope and later in Grave #10, Section D, Gettysburg National Cemetery. Regards, Cap'n Dan
Added by Capn Dan on May 26, 2015 11:39 AM
|Bruce Tohill||RE: Zebulon|
Justin, thanks for your reply. I discovered after I had written you that Zebulon Dickinson had a son named Amos whom I though was my great great gf but upon further research I discovered that the dates of his son didn't match those I had of the Amos who was my gg gf. So I am at a dead end with my Amos right now. Thanks for your reply and I am off to do more sleuth work before I claim any more ancestors.
|betty evans||RE: info in land/Roberts Cemetery|
We just bought a house on possum ridge and there's a cemetery on our property was told the last names are Williams and Kyle. That's all I know. Supposed to be a whole family buried there it's right by a big tree
|Karen Burger Levi Hovland||Isaac Levi|
My dad was Hugh Francis Levi #90820299; my Grandpa was Robert Royden Levi # 92688856; My Great Grandpa was Isaac Arthur Levi #53732635; My Great, Great Grandpa was Henry Levi II #91996624; My Great, Great, Great Grandpa was Henry Levi I #89682102; My Great, Great, Great, Great Grandpa was Abraham Levi, Sr. #143912377; My Great, Great, Great, Great, Great Grandpa was ISAAC JACOB LEVI, SR. #51201361 and #19970944. My Great, Great, Great, Great, Great, Great Grandpa was Judas Levi #143913083. Thank You for all your research and photos, awesome. Would love the transfer. Thanks again. Karen
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