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My ancestors settled in northeastern Indiana in the 1830s and I am still here. I especially like old obituaries and newspaper clippings, and of course, cemeteries. |
I generally follow the transfer guidelines as outlined by Findagrave. I try to get updates done quickly.
Exceptions: I often take photos when we go on vacation, so if I have a memorial that is not in NE Indiana, I am normally more than happy to transfer it as I have no plans to do research in those areas.
Thanks to all who have sent additional information for the memorials. Time does not allow me to thank each of your personally, but please know that the additional information is greatly appreciated.
"Genealogy, begins as an interest, becomes a hobby, continues as an avocation and in the last stages, is an incurable disease."
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|DMWK||RE: Judge James Wallace Borden|
One more comment on this. I found some additional Borden prominent family members with unmarked graves. They were Quakers, I wonder if this is a religious expression. Diane
Added by DMWK on Aug 15, 2014 6:41 PM
|Doug Aurentz||Aurentz Name|
Are you related to the Aurentz line that you posted? My last name is Aurentz and my grandfather was from Indiana.
|Laurie Lea||RE: William B Hopkins|
Sorry about the long delay but got it taken care of thank you for letting me know. Laurie
|DMWK||RE: Judge James Wallace Borden|
That is strange, even Wikipedia has him buried there. There's even a plot number listed for him and his wife. Regards, Diane
Added by DMWK on Aug 05, 2014 12:49 PM
I have not worked on Find a Grave other than looking people up until now, but you have set up Clausmeier records for FW Catholic Cemetery. This is my family, and you have some facts wrong. Can I 'take over' those, or how does that work? There are also many Lynch's, Kaoughs, Martins, etc who are my family buried there. I also live here, just started doing genealogy about 3 years ago. thanks for all the work you have done.
|Xcountryrdr||RE: Henry Albright Eaglebarger|
Thanks for working with me I have now located on the web site all the do's and don'ts and I think I have a handle on it now.
|Xcountryrdr||Henry Albright Eaglebarger|
Hi more eaglebarger news. if you could add Henry's parents listed below.
Parents are Hartman Eaglebarger # 68028194 and mother Mary Ann (Hartman) Eaglebarger #6802518
I have more info on Hartman Eaglebarger to update his memorial Born Feb. 24, 1833 in Ohio Died May 9, 1889, Marshall Co., IN Wife Mary Ann Hartman born Nov 24, 1835 in OH, died Bet 1880 and 1888. Children to the couple 1: Delilah Ann 2: Margaret A. 3: Henry Albright 4: Mary Lydia 5: Abel H. 6: Christiana 7: Washington E. 8: Etta Cornelia Carolina 9: Sarah E. 10: Amanda This info is from the 1850 Census records. Washington Eaglebarger was my Great Grandfather.
|Janice Stoy||Hi Sheryl|
I recently became a member of Find A Grave and I have much to learn. My number is #132609935. I have found that you added my grandfather Warren Anicholas Arnold in the Flint (Indiana) cemetery. You have included my mother and a couple of her brothers and sisters but there were seven of those siblings and all are buried at Flint side by side with their spouses. I'm afraid I stepped on your toes by not fully understanding the Find A Grave process and I added the missing siblings myself. I apologize and will try to learn by my mistakes. I hope I haven't messed up the whole system! Janice Stoy
|rebecca pressler||Daniel Amsden|
Wow, thanks for adding the obit. I have not come across that yet and was really interested in finding out he contracted the small pox from a daughter, it must have been his daughter Catherine as she died 14Nov1881. I appreciate the info and glad you notified me even though you aren't related. Beckie
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