|Eva Luitweiler (#47129530)|
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My name is Eva,... I started researching my family in 2002 (with a name like Luitweiler you would think that would be easy,... but it wasn't). My cousin introduced me to this site and I think it's great! If I can help,... I will!!|
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|Deb Mikels||Clara Young Yates|
Clara was my Grand Aunt. I've sent a couple of items through the Edit tab on Aunt Clara's memorial such as links to her husband and parents as well as her middle name. Would you prefer I put them in a message here rather than through the edit tab? Thank you so much!
Deb (Young) Mikels
|Michael Morgan||John T. Griffin and Sarah J. Griffin|
Hello Eva. Would you mind making a correction to your grave for John T. Griffin at Knob Creek Union Church Cemetery in Bullitt Co., KY? Census and other records show that his birth date was Dec. 1947 instead of 1917. Also, his death date was Jun 1907. Also, there are no dates on your grave report for his wife Sarah Jane(Stibbins) Griffin (same cemetery). She was born Nov 1860, but I can find no death date. Thanks so much.
|Sherry Lee||Elizabeth Cundiff|
Hello Eva, do you have any more data on Elizabeth Cundiff- 1852-1931 ? Who was her husband ? Thanks, Ed Lee email@example.com (volunteer Bullitt Co. History Center)
|Angelique Gallant Murray||RE: Old Montpelier Cemetery|
You are so welcome, Eva! Glad I could help. There are other photos that Im sure you will be interested in. I tried emailing but it wouldn't send from my phone, and I accidentally deleted them. Im going back today, as it isn't far from my house, and I will try again. : )
|Mark Browning||Golda "Goldie" Naomi Muss, Memorial# 67598634|
I wanted to thank you for taking the photo of my great aunt and uncle's headstone (Goldie Naomi Muss Amrmes and William Henry Armes, Sr.). I am working on a newsletter for the Bullitt County Kentucky Genealogical Society as well as a short book about the Muss family. I would like to use your headstone picture in the publication. Can you please provide me the name of the artist that you would like this photo to be listed under so that you receive proper credit for citation purposes?
Thank you very much in advance,
Mark Douglas Browning
|Mark Browning||Pauley Cemetery|
I wanted to let you know that I will be visiting Louisville in late June of next year. Unfortunately, I will not be there for more than a couple of days, and there will not be much time to help with this cemetery. If there is anything at all that I can do to help, please let me know.
|Bob & Kathy||Noble Haynes|
Link to memorial: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=67562155
Please family link:
Father # 78326705 Noble Rederick Haynes
Mother # 78325891 Iris Denton
|Karen Usery Daniels||RE: Pauley Cemetery|
I would love to walk this with you and also help you clean it up. My cell #338-9709. I have to work Sunday and Monday of this week(just filling in until new employee is trained) and whenever you are ready just let me know. I live 2 blocks from Mike Linnings. I agree that we will have to wait until the brush dies out, just have not been able to locate the graveyard. Everyone that I talked to in that area has no knowledge of it. I did find the Brown cemetery and took pictures of what is left of it, if anyone needs them.
|Mark Browning||Pauley Cemetery|
Thank you so much for getting the photos for me! I really do appreciate it. I believe that there are more of my family buried there in unmarked graves. Were you aware that someone walked the cemetery back in 2000? They posted a list of all the burials in the cemetery, and supposedly took a few photos. None of the photos were posted with the list of burials though.
This list may help you are you try to fully document the cemetery.
|Karen Usery Daniels||Pauley Cemetery|
I read where you have looked for Pauley Cemetery also. I have been trying to find it, but as you know the brush is so thick with no where to park. Would like to talk with you and work with you on this. It has my peaked my interest now. I live in PRP in Jefferson County, KY. Let me know if you would like to work together on this. I have found the Brown Cemetery on Pendleton Road, and took pics of what is left there. I understand that a previous owner of the land had cattle that continously walked in, over, and around the graves and knocked down and broke most of the stones. Thanks.
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