|Cindy Kimes (#46496388)|
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|The main surnames I'm researching are HOREIN/HORINE, KIMES, BROWN, FISHLEY, LIMING, RIGGS, BAUGHMAN, and PROCTOR. All these ancestors lived in northern Indiana at some time during their lives.... specifically in St. Joseph, Elkhart, Kosciusko, Marshall, Fulton, Cass, and Pulaski Counties in Indiana, and in Cass County, Michigan.|
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|Sue Lewis||Horace Kimes|
Thank you for the information on Horace! He was married to my grandmother's cousin.
|Dave Wallace||Ignac & Helena Horsky|
I made the correction regarding the Horsky stones at Czech National. It does seem strange that Ignac would be on the marker not with his wife Helena but with his daughter-in-law Helen. I removed my memorial for Alois and added my photo to your memorial for him. Thanks, glad we could get that straightened out.
Dave Wallace 47306911
|corgilover||RE: Evangelical Protestant Cemetery|
No I do not, my entries are either from photos I took or the grave book at the library.
It is an odd cemetery in that family graves did not exist when it was started. The burials and stones are in order of death so husbands are not buried with wives or children. So if a wife died she has a stone if her husband died later he may be three rows back.
But the rows are straight and easy to follow.
I just found it odd
|Linda K||Ida E Eslinger Marker|
Have the memorial updated
Added by Linda K on Oct 17, 2013 1:09 PM
|mary||Orion W Horine|
I've added the links for Orion Horine. Are you kin? If so I'd be happy to transfer management of his memorial to you as I'm not related.
Added by mary on Oct 16, 2013 8:48 PM
|Mo & Dave Gates||Ada Brown|
Please see new photo on memorial.
Thanks, Mo and Dave
Hello! Thanks for the information about Abraham Heaton. I edited his memorial to reflect the correct cemetery. Thank you so much!
Added by rev1914 on Sep 25, 2013 10:10 PM
|Carol & Mel Hochstetler||Bessie Enyeart|
She's now conneted with her father. Thank-you.
|kerri ||Geoge Williams, Dockery Cemetery|
I don't have anymore info. on him. Kerri
Added by kerri on Dec 29, 2012 1:18 PM
|M. Amic||Joseph B. Kimes|
I"ve hit a brick wall with my GGgrandfather, Joseph B. Kimes. Hoping someone can help. He was born 1850 possibly in Delaware county and may have grown up in Philadelphia. He married Arabella Rice in 1873. Joseph died October 27, 1892 after falling off the tressle bridge in Spring City, PA. He is buried in unmarked grave at Morris cemetery, Phoenixville, PA.
I am at a loss as to who his parents were.
Going by census records, there was a Joseph Kimes aged 9 yrs in the 1860 census, this child was living in the home of Samuel Kimes and Catherine Brownback Kimes. Catherine seemed to old to be Joseph's mother, perhaps a grandmother? In Samuel and Catherines obituaries Joseph is never mentioned so I'm not even sure if he is my GGgrandfather. Do you have any info on a Joseph Kimes who died from a fall? Any info is helpful and I thank you in advance.
Added by M. Amic on Nov 23, 2012 7:30 PM
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