|Rev. John Rogers (#46894454)|
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My parents are originally from Joplin, Missouri, but am descendant of relatives from Indiana, Kansas, Missouri, Tennessee, and Virginia. Related or have a question, please contact me. I am a volunteer, not a professional photographer or researcher. Need help with a photo or information please contact me, but please be patient and polite. I do try my best to be accurate. Thanks, Rev. Rogers|
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|john claffy||Paul Hamilton|
Thank you Reverend Rogers for entering my Uncle Paul's final resting place in Find-A-Grave. A great grand daughter of his located me through my entry of her grand mother, my first cousin Mary Magan and Paul's daughter, into Find-A-Grave. Thanks to your entry I was able to introduce the young woman to her great grand father also.
|Ginger||RE: Alfred Middleton|
Alfred Isaac Middle was born March 24, 1824 in Willimgton, NC
Died Jan. 30, 1912 in Pleasant Hill, MO.
Judith Lasswell was born April 30, 1843 in Garden Station, Tenn.
I do not know where she died.
Added by Ginger on Aug 05, 2014 6:39 AM
Dear Rev. John,
Alfred Middleton is my great-great grandfather and I was so happy to see his picture along with his grave site. Thank you so very much. I started working on my family tree long before we had computers and now have started to go back and do some updating. It is amazing how much you can find just by clicking buttons.:) My husband and I have recently moved from California to Maryland and that sparked a huge interest in the Civil war. I knew of his service and have his records, I also knew of his capture but to see his face brought tears to my eyes. Thank you again.
Added by Ginger on Aug 03, 2014 10:38 PM
|Erica ||Bernhard Mahler|
Hello, I have started researching my family. I wanted to let you know that you have information on Bernhard Mahler who is buried in the St.Wendel Catholic Church Cemetery in St. Wendel, IN. I have found a picture of his tombstone. Someone took it and has it on ancestry.com
Thank you for all that you have contributed for St. Wendel and St. Francis cemeteries. Most of my family lives in Gibson and Posey counties. However I live about 5 hours away. My daughter started working on a 4H genealogy project a few years ago and the information you have posted has been so helpful for us. I can not begin to tell you how much information we have used from your postings.
Added by Erica on Jul 03, 2014 9:41 PM
|Rhonda Snider Lauer||McBride Transfer|
Thank you for the transfer. I should receive more info next week that I will post. Have added what I have for now.
Added by Jay on May 08, 2014 1:26 PM
|Bobbi Dant Tucker||Shirley Dant Ford|
Thank you for linking Shirley with her parents.
Thank you for transferring him to me.
|Katherine Ludwig||Ludwig infant|
Many thanks for linking the Ludwig baby buried in Oak Hill Cemetery to his parents. I very much appreciate your time and efforts!
|Anna Schultz||Sarah/Sally Crabtree Kennedy|
In addition to Dana's request, could you see if there is a stone for John Kennedy. Still wondering how Sarah Ann Kennedy Wikenhauser got up here to Ill. to be married in Shelby Co.
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