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I've been researching my Doyle-Larson heritage for over a decade. My roots go deep in Gibson County, Indiana (where I was born). My mother's family is connected to the earliest pioneers of that county, including Robb, Beasley, Mills, Cunningham, Decker, Anthis and Barekman families. My father's family came from County Donegal Ireland to PA, OH and IN. His mother had deep roots in Vincennes and LaPorte, Indiana. My focus, however, has been my mom's side of the family. If you have relatives in Princeton, Patoka or Francisco, I'm probably somehow related. Leave a message to say hi or let me know how we're related. Thanks!
A quick note on the Mills family. They came to the Northwest Territory, settling near Princeton, before Indiana was a state. As Indiana's bicentennial approaches in 2016, I'm preparing a booklet on the Mills family's more than 200-year history in that state. If you are connected to the James Mills family that travelled from Maine to Indiana (NW Territory) about 1811, then I definitely want to hear from you!
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You are very welcome.
|April K||RE: Thank you!!!|
Chris, you're welcome! I enjoyed reading about Marjorie :) Their headstone is shaded by a large tree and is behind a smaller one as well...I almost walked right by it. Glad I could help out :)
Added by April K on Sep 26, 2013 8:01 PM
No we are not related we just wonder the graveyards and take the photos for the people that live far and wide and are looking for their loved ones graves. Usually when we post a photo we put some flowers on the grave as well...
Best regards, Jan & Chris
|A. Hinds C.||Katherine Olds|
My husband would be upset if he knew I messed up on his mothers birthdate (at least I have it right in the family history). I am working back and fourth on too many projects.
Thanks again for the heads up.
|Janet Elliott Douglas||Ribinson's in Columbia Cemetery|
Transferred them to you
|Randy & Melissa Watkins||RE: Hughes Graves|
|6 Degrees||Mills @ Oak Hill|
In the same section that Maud Smith was in, there was a stone for an infant, Stephen B Mills #81482488 - I added photos for him. Thought you might want to know so you could add him to his parents.
|Linda Mills||Joel Dustin Mills family|
I would be happy to fill in about my husband's family but would rather not fill up the public message board. If you send me your email, I will send you what info I have.
My email is KB3QKP@ARRL.NET
|Linda Mills||Joel D Mills family|
I am continuing Mills family research begun by my mother-in-law. I would be interested in corresponding with you. Anna Trulie Brown Mills was my husband's grandmother and we have a lot of info from her family Bible. After Charles Brown died, she married Joel D. Mills in August of 1922 and had my father-in-law Robert Earl Mills on Sept 5 1923. She had no other children by Joel D. Mills.
Anna had severe diabetes and had had amputation and was in a nursing home towards the end of her life.
Linda Mumma Mills
|Christi||RE: Anna Trulie Christison|
Thanks! She was my great-great-aunt. My grandmother is named for her.
Added by Christi on Jun 26, 2013 2:59 AM
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