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Thomas Stone (#46875054)
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Because of the work of others, I have been able to identify my family history. As a payment to them, I feel an obligation to assist others in their searches. I do enjoy searching and photographing your requests in this area.
My primary research focuses on the Stone family who migrated to Greene County, Indiana, from North Carolina, and is recorded in my material "The Stones of Greene County, Indiana."
Information for 314 memorials for Civil War veterans has been taken from my book "Our Forgotten Heroes: Elwood's Good, Brave, and Gallant Soldiers of the Civil War" and from "United in Common Ground" Blue/Grey Civil War Soldiers" by Marjorie Miller Pierce and Linda Ead, with their permission. Most photos are by Pierce and Ead.
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William R Creamer
I would like to know if you would transfer the above's memorial to me? He was married to my ancestor, Lilly Belle Harrell. Thank you!
Added by connie on Feb 21, 2014 5:16 PM
Robin Arvickson
Grave of Adam Hicks
I'm working on a volume of grave locations for veterans of Co., 16th PA Cavalry. I would like your permission to use the picture you posted of Adam Hicks' grave in this compilation. I will cite you as the source.

Thank you.
Added by Robin Arvickson on Nov 21, 2013 7:03 PM
George Heater Civil War Vet
Hi I'm Mary Kester George Heater's 4th Gr8 Granddaughter and was wondering what sources u have for his birth date? Could u let me know? I'm finding a range from 1823-1833 & not sure which it is? If u perfer my e-mail is Thankx sooo much & have a FABULOUS day!!! MK
Added by MGKester on Jul 02, 2013 5:12 PM
Janet Turnbull
permission to use photo
I am working on a summary of Civil war soldiers from Fulton Co., IL for free distribution to a genealogy website in Fulton Co., IL. May I use your gravestone photograph and obit for William H.P. Phillips? I will give you photograph credit. Thank you. Janet Turnbull
Added by Janet Turnbull on Jun 09, 2013 2:53 PM
Wilson Pliny Carpenter
Thank you for the transfer. I have linked Wilson to his parents and spouse (Sophia D. Barnes Carpenter Foland). Their son, Alonzo, will also be linked shortly.
Added by INDIANATURTLE on Apr 21, 2013 5:34 PM
re.: Francis Green
thanks for the obits...they have been added
Added by ed on Oct 09, 2012 7:08 AM
Vickie Rush
Jessie Lorena and George E. Transbarger
Mr. Stone, Thank you so much for posting the picture of the double marker for Jessie Lorena Wardwell Tranbarger and her husband George E. Tranbarger in the Elmwood Cemetery in Madison County, Indiana. As I am senior who lives on the Gulf Coast and no longer drive due to health reasons there is no way I would have be able to obtain this photo for my self as I would have done in the past. You have made one senior in Alabama a happy camper tonight. Thank you for allowing me to continue my Family History Quest. It means a lot to me personally. As means of a thank you a candle will be lit and prayers will be said for you and yours tonight. I wish you success in your Family History endeavors. Take care and once again, Many Thanks, Viktoria
Added by Vickie Rush on Oct 04, 2012 5:40 PM
Janet McColley Franklin
Emma Sosbe
Thank you so much for adding John and Emma Sosbe's stone, that was very nice of you.

take care
Janet Franklin
Added by Janet McColley Franklin on Oct 03, 2012 4:29 PM
Missy Teague
Ernest & Lilley Lee
Dear Thomas

Thanks so much for taking the time to photograph this tombstone...The generocity of volunteers like you is AWESOME!
Added by Missy Teague on Oct 03, 2012 10:22 AM
Brittany Hewitt

Can you please add cemetery photos to Mark Allen Isbell and his mother Betty Ruth Isbell who are buried in Mount Moriah Cemetery in Dugger, Sullivan County, Indiana? You have added one for the father Willard Isbell. They are all on the same stone. Thanks.
Added by Brittany Hewitt on Sep 30, 2012 5:25 PM
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