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I have enjoyed walking in cemeteries and looking at headstones my entire life. I truly enjoy working on accurately listing folks grave sites. Sometimes it is the only link in finding a relative. I live in Morgan County, Indiana and also have significant family in Wabash, Fulton and Kosciusko, Indiana counties.
I will gladly transfer management of any memorial under Find A Grave Guidelines. Just let me know. Only requests using the edit tab with familial documentation will be considered.
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|Deborah Wessel||Calvin James Kays|
Can You Transfere Calvin James Kays Memorial To Me #80295161.
Thank You Debbie
|Beverly Howland||#29272701 Sarah Claypool Ely|
The father is wrong. Reuben Claypool is her brother: Reuben Claypool born 10 July 1791 in Wythe County, Va. Married 1st Martha Russell, 21 Sept 1820. Buried Claypool Cemetery.
2nd wife, Isabella Ann Adair, 22 Nov. 1827.
He was a Methodist Minister & he moved his family to Linn Co. Oregon in 1846. Rev. Reuben Claypool died 31 May 1863 in Linn , Oregon.
Sarah's parents are: David Claypool, Sr. & Ann Dunbar. David Claypool, Sr was born: 06 April 1762, Hardy Co. West Va. Died: 12 June 1846
in North Salem, Hendricks Co., Indiana.
He is founder of North Salem, Indiana & a Methodist. David Claypool, Sr. parent's are John Claypool 1733-1823. His mother is Eleanor, Rachel Scott.
Ann Dunbar, Claypool was born:28 Feb. 1759 in Augusta Co. Va. died: 30th May 1831, buried, North Salem, Hendricks, Indiana. Her father was John Dunbar.
Siblings: ** Sarah Claypool
John Claypool 30 May 1786 d: 1845,Hendricks,IN
Stephen Claypool - settled in Tn.
Reuben Claypool 10 July 1791 - d: 31 May 1863
David Claypool, Jr. Md. Mary Rooker, went to Linn, Oregon in 1846.
Charity Claypool born: 1802, Va. Md. John S.
"Pegga" Margaret Claypool born: 19 June 1804
My family line is:
Sarah Claypool & David Ely.
David Ely is the son of Thomas Ely & Jane Elizabeth Smith. His father, Thomas Ely fought for the American Rev. I joined through him, in the DAR.
Reference: History of Hendricks Co. Indiana
pp. 231-232 & 540.
Hendricks Co. Eeel River, 1853 tax
Claypool, John W. Sr., John W.,Jr &
James. You will find in
"The Welcome Climants"
The Claypool Family in America
Vol. 2 & 5.
Beverly Bomer, Howland 01 July 2015.
Thanks for doing the updates on the Fleener families that I suggested. Really appreciate your help.
|Roger Martin||RE: Isaac Hower #25555843|
NO I am keeping it
|Denise Dixon||RE: Charles Henry Hooker|
Oh also there was an article in the Martinsville Daily Reporter Nov 8, 1920 that told of what happened and that the body was taken to his home. (word in the family is that he was not killed from the fall, but from a hatchet in the back of his head). Then on Nov 11, 1920, another article telling of a Jap Miller being appointed to Henry's estate. The fall occurred on the property of a Henry Hite. Both Jap Miller and Henry Hite are buried in Brooklyn cemetery.
|Denise Dixon||RE: Charles Henry Hooker|
Thanks for checking, all info in family bible and from other family members say both he and his wife are there, but I have been there 3 times and did not find him
|Denise Dixon||Charles Henry Hooker|
I am looking for my great great grandfathers grave. I know Charles Henry Hooker is at Brooklyn Cemetery, but I cannot find Henry Hooker who is supposed to be there. Did you find it? Did you photograph all graves there?
Hello. I just uploaded a photo onto memorial 103644947. The memorial had text indicating his service in the U.S. Army and that his rank was Major. According to the photo and the military marker, his rank was Corporal. Just fyi - you might want to just remove the text? Thanks!
Added by bill3262 on Dec 01, 2014 3:50 PM
|chuck ranker||Laurel Ranker's Photo|
Thank you for cropping mine.I did not know how to do it and your's looks better than mine.
|KChaffeeB||Pvt. Otis Wilson|
Hello You added a picture of his US stone from Bluff Creek Cemetery to his memorial in France. I created a memorial for him in Bluff Creek and was wondering if you would consider posting your picture from that cemetery to his memorial there? Please see memorial 137367859. I have a message into Findagrave to mark the Bluff Creek one as a cenotaph.
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