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Glenda Barry (#47272780)
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I'm entering memorial pages to remember those who have completed their journey here. I believe the Find A Grave burial registry helps us to preserve history and is an extremely useful genealogical tool. I especially love to hear from folks who have found a family member or friend through a memorial that I created, that gives real meaning to this work. If you have any corrections or additions to suggest on memorials that I have created, I will take care of them, usually within a week. If you want any records transferred to you that are not in my family, please do not hesitate to ask.

To my friends who have decorated the graves of my precious daughter, Tammy Jo Modglin, and my Mom and Dad, Dorothy Darlene Brown and Carmel Garth Brown, and my sister, Judith Ann "Judy" Brown, thank you from the bottom of my heart. Your kindness is very much appreciated, as I decorate also for as many as I can, too.

God Bless All Of You...
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RE: August Heller
Don't have anything further. I am working, though, on a few memorials in this cemetery that are duplicates. Looks like I created them, too! Am sending requests that memorials be merged with yours. There are photos posted on mine that I no longer have; hence the merge. Edit should retain your memorials.
Added by MFC on Apr 17, 2015 8:53 AM
Mike & Robbie
Thomas Clore
I am very greatful for all your help and willingness to help others. I have checked my records and I can only positively connect with Thomas Clore (71991489) in Trenton South Cemetery in Blackford County. I would love it if you might transfer his memorial to us for us to maintain. I hope your husband is doing OK and we will remember him in our prayers. Stay strong.

Take Care
Mike & Robbie (46773123)
Added by Mike & Robbie on Apr 11, 2015 9:33 PM
Mike & Robbie
Fances Clore
Thank you so very much for transferring the memorial page for Frances Clore, my GGG Grandmother. We are planning a resarch vacation and most definately will be visiting her grave. Thank you for taking the time to enter the information on her the many others you have worked with. The people like you are the reason this site is so popular and helpful. Thanks again.

Take Care
Mike & Robbie
Added by Mike & Robbie on Apr 11, 2015 6:28 PM
Mary Gholz
RE: Lois Sichterman

Thank you.

This morning I added some additional information, and I intend to determine the actual death date.

FYI I am not related to Lois. However, her brother, Nicholas Bruce Sichterman, was my uncle by married (his wife Ruth and my mother Irene were sisters) . . . my first cousin Nick Sichterman owns the attached painting; the artist Vinnorma Shaw McKenzie was well-known and a friend of the family.

Again, my thanks.
Added by Mary Gholz on Apr 10, 2015 9:51 AM
linda massey
Friedl Ancestors
Thank you so much for documenting the our Friedl family from the Chicago area. L Massey
Added by linda massey on Apr 06, 2015 5:36 AM
Michelle Adams
RE: Sarah Wilson
I hope that I am going to talk about the right Sarah Wilson here. A while back I added several people and updated information on lots more people here on findagrave. These are not relations of mine. I work at a library which was given several boxes of papers and items from the Robertson families of Charlestown and Deputy. The cemetery inscription lists in this collection were made in the late 30s or early 40s as far as I can tell. This woman was doing genealogy research on her family back at the turn of the century. From what I have read in her notes she actually went to various cemeteries to get this information herself. This is a typed list titled "Pisgah Cemetery inscriptions". So what is on it for Sarah A. Wilson, wife of Andrew J. Wilson, is born 7 Feb 1824 & died 1 Dec 1902. That is greatly different then what is already on findagrave. I don't think she died in 1858 because she is on the 1860 and 1870 census with here children. Her husband died in 1859 so he isn't on those census records. Like I stated earlier, this isn't my family. I am sharing information I found. And like anything it could be wrong. But comparing other data on these lists to what is on findagrave her lists have been pretty accurate. I hope this helps. :)
Added by Michelle Adams on Mar 24, 2015 8:41 AM

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