This is a volunteer service, so please make sure your request are as accurate and complete as possible. Please keep in mind that not all graves have stones, and some that did in the past may no longer have one now, and some are weathered to badly to read. If you have been in the cemeteries searching then you know what I mean. There are good records available for some cemeteries and none at all for others, usually it falls somewhere in between.
Note: You can click on the gravestone photos to see a larger copy.
Some links to help you;
Hendricks County Cemetery Surname Index
http://in.evanced.info/plainfield/genealogy/cemeteryview.asp _______________ Plainfield-Guilford Township Public Library (IN) Obituary Finder
http://in.evanced.info/plainfield/genealogy/obitview.asp ________________ Hendricks County Marriage Index
http://in.evanced.info/plainfield/genealogy/marriageview.asp ________________ Marion County cemetery information
http://genealogyindy.org/cemeteryRecords.php?cid=244 ________________ Putnam County cemetery information
http://www.putnam.lib.in.us/lh/cemeteries/index.php __________________ Mooresville cemetery information
Thank you so very much! Thank you for the wonderful headstone photo for Pirtel Smith and Lucy (Ball) Smith plus a huge thank you for all you do for all of us who are unable to be in Indiana! All the best - Jo
Ellett photos in Stilesville I didn't receive an email that the photos had been posted, and I just noticed them, and wanted to let you know how much I truly appreciate your time in finding them, and adding them. It is the photos that make this such a great site and it is the people taking them that make it all happen. Thanks again.
May I offer a alternate date for the Samuel Smith you have listed in this cemetery? Looks to me that this photo shows a death date of Feb. 10, 1880, aged 63.
This very well corresponds to the fact that Samuel and his wife Louisiana Smith appeared in the 1860 census in Clark Twp., Montgomery Co., Indiana (Samuel aged 43, Louisiana, aged 35) -- and Samuel appears in the 1870 census in Eel River, Hendricks Co., IN, aged 53, with no wife but a large family (9 children, the youngest aged 1), and in the Fullen Cemetery there is a Louisiana Smith (1825-1870) -- no doubt Samuel's wife who died before the 1870 census was taken.
I wonder if you might be familiar with another stone in the cemetery. There is a picture of the marker of Mary Thomas, here: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=pv&GRid=119625871
I wonder if this stone might be by or near Erasmus D. Thomas: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=pv&GRid=38803806
I am thinking this is his second wife, Mary E. Rosborough. She first married Tilghman Holcombe and then after his death married E. D. Thomas circa 1871. I don't think she and Holcombe had any children. She and Thomas had 6 children. So I expect the children would have buried her by or near him. Any thoughts would be appreciated. Have a nice day and a great weekend.
John and Lavina Hall, Clayton Cemetery Hi Ryan, We respectfully request permission to use Joh's and Lavina's cemetery marker photos in our online tree. Lavina is a cousin to Marie and the photos will make great additions.