|Mike Porter (#46953542)|
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I am a third generation funeral director in Greensburg, Indiana. I have done research on my family tree. I have placed all individuals in our funeral records dating back to 1886 on the find-a-grave website.|
I would like to thank Russell Wilhoit for all his efforts in recording the burials at South Park Cemetery up until 1924 on spreadsheet. I would also like to thank Greg Meyer for all his work in documenting burials in several cemeteries in Decatur County. I have used their information for many of the memorials in which I have placed on Find-a-grave.
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|Richard Hedrick||Addie M. McCoy (1858 - 1928)|
In regards to:
Addie M. McCoy
Birth: Mar. 18, 1858
Death: Dec. 30, 1928
This Addie McCoy was the wife of Wilburn Monroe McCoy as you can see from the pic of the tomb stone. This particular Addie was Addie Gavin, daughter of James Gavin and Martha Tucker, not the listed Thomas McCoy and Sarah Hughes McCoy.
|Richard Hedrick||Eliza Tucker|
You list this Eliza Tucker as the daughter of W.H. Tucker.
Birth: Nov. 5, 1808
Death: Jan. 3, 1881
daughter of W.H. Tucker
This particular Eliza should actually be Eliza Kennedy, wife of W.H Tucker based upon the birth and death dates.
|JeanineNew||Charles Strasburger (24464076)|
I see that you list Charles as the son of Charles and Julia Strasburger, but I am wondering if that is correct. Did that information come from the cemetery records, or was it submitted by someone?
I don't think the parents Charles and Julia married until after 1930, so his birth and death before then does not make a lot of sense. I may be missing some records, though, so any light you can shed on the situation would be most appreciated.
Richard Wright's Indiana death certificate says he is buried at Sand Creek. Do you have funeral records that give more information about where he might be? They can't find him at South Park as of my conversation with them 08/30/2016. Thanks for your help. I'd like to get a headstone for he and his wife Rebecca.
Added by bdill on Aug 30, 2016 8:21 AM
|Marva Bigler||Parents of Herman G. Wohler|
I believe the parents of Herman G. are George and Elizabeth K. Wohler not Herman and Mary Wohler. They are his grandparents.
|J Vogel||RE: Wilbur Meyer|
Thank you for letting me know about another duplicate memorial for Wilbur. I have sent him a message to delete it also.
Thanks so much for working together,
Added by J Vogel on Aug 17, 2016 3:41 AM
|Greg Meyer||RE: Wilbur Meyer|
I never noticed the creation date. Some people just can't wait. Thanks for ALL your work here, Mike.
|Shellorella||RE: Elaine Nobbe|
That makes perfect sense, Mike.
|M (Dillon) Goddard||Memorial# 47948270|
You have this memorial listed as the d/o George and Mary.
I have Sarah (this memorial) as married in 1848 and 8 children born to her and her husband William Morton Rayburn.
Can we review what information you are using to determine the parentage of this memorial.
Thanks for updating Humphrey's memorial. Much appreciated!
Added by MKH on Jul 07, 2016 8:56 AM
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