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Janneane Veger (#47610009)
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Bio Photo My granddaddy was a monument carver, so from an early age I assumed everybody held picnics in cemeteries. My school-friends informed me that this idea was creepy; poor them, they missed out on the architecture, arts & design, landscaping, geology, spelling, math and history lessons I learned from observing gravesites. I also learned to question and double-check data, because even though a stone claims an ancestor died on leap day, it was not a leap year!
I was a proud momma the time I heard my son tell a friend that they couldn't meet to play, because he and his mom were "going to go look for dead people." He is an adult now, and still gladly hikes through rows of stones with me, gleaning genealogical hints.
It is recreational for me to search for monuments - good exercise for the body and for the soul!
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Bev Przybylski
Thank you for making the Lumm transfer, Janneane.
Added by Bev Przybylski on Dec 27, 2016 12:36 PM
RE: Mary F. Edgerton, # 136175714
Thank you, Janneane, a transfer would be great. I am just starting to catch up with the children of my Great-Grandfather Edgerton by his second marriage. So I may not have much more than I've already sent as edits, but I'll get there! :-)

Thanks again,

Added by Severian on Oct 25, 2016 9:54 AM
Leonard Greenwood
RE: Dessie Shamp photo request
Janneane, Would it be possible to send those 2 photos to so I could take a look at them first? It's possible that Dessie is buried in the cemetery as Dessie Lehew. She was married twice and her maiden name was Smith. Len
Added by Leonard Greenwood on Aug 09, 2016 6:31 PM
Judy B.
RE: Elisha & Mary Kenworthy edits
Hi Janneane,
This is what I have Name: Thomas Kenworthy; BIRTH DATE: 12 Sep 1808; BIRTH PLACE: Highland, Ohio; FATHER: Elisha Kenworthy; and Mother Mary / U.S., Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy, Vol I-VI, 1607-1943;

For Elisha: Gender:Male; Birth: 4 Mar 1771 Cane Creek, Orange, North Carolina, United States; Marriage: 27 Nov 1794 Orange County, North Carolina, USA; Residence 1830 Montgomery, Indiana, United States
Residence 1840 Montgomery, Indiana, United States, Residence 1850 Franklin, Montgomery, Indiana; Death 8 May 1860 Darlington, Montgomery county, Indiana, USA
Age: 89; Burial Greenlawn cemetery, Darlington, Montgomery County, Indiana, USA per Source Citation for Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy. Vol. I: (North Carolina Yearly Meeting)

Marriage: U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900 Elisha Kenworthy
Gender Male Birth Place NC; Birth Year 1771; Spouse Name Mary Cox; Spouse Birth Year 1773; Marriage Year 1794; Marriage State NC; Number Pages 1

Name: Elisha Kenworthy; Birth: 4 Mar 1771 Cane Creek, Orange, North Carolina, United States, Death: 8 May 1860 Darlington, Montgomery county, Indiana, USA Source Citation for U.S. and UK, Quaker Published Memorials, 1818-1919;

But now I am searching my records and do not find where I found my documentation for Elisha's parents. Hmmm. I think I need to retract that request until I figure this out. I see others at that have made that link, but I have looked in several places in my files and am not finding where I got that from. I had hand-me down notes from my mother-in-law and perhaps it was from there. Thanks for the question. Thomas Kenworthy was my husband's Gr-Gr-Gr-Grandfather. Thomas daughter Losina married Elias Marsh Estlack, their son Alstorphus Estlack, married Charlotte Mary Waggoner and their daughter Loretta Estlack was his Grandmother. How are you related to Elisha or Thomas
Added by Judy B. on Jan 31, 2016 1:24 PM
Teri Wheeler
RE: Nichols Cemetery Warrens
Hi Janneane,

Yes, if you would like to transfer them to me that would be nice. I am helping Marge & Bob Warren with their family trees and they are Bob's relatives.

Added by Teri Wheeler on Nov 14, 2015 10:33 AM
RE: Schilts in Bremen Cem
Yes, please transfer any schilt's you have created.

jake O'dowd
Added by JMO on Nov 08, 2015 12:31 PM
Thomas & Martha Bennet
I'm helping a friend with their family history. I am looking at the marker for Thomas Bennet and it states that he died in 1798 and was 73 yrs old. That would put his birth 1725 (?) not 1719. Also, his wife is on the same marker which gives her age as 80 yrs when she died in 1811 - making her birth year 1731. Can you help me with this? The records I'm finding are not corresponding with the information listed here and I'm trying to verify this before I post it in his Ancestry tree!

Also, the only documention I can find of Thomas marrying is to a Ms. Jerusha Bennet 11 Nov 1742.


Added by Carla on Aug 26, 2015 1:01 PM
Duane Warren
Millikins Xfer's
Yes I am related and would be happy to accept the transfers and maintain their memorial pages. Thanks for your good work in establishing pages and getting pictures for the family.

Blessings, Duane Warren
Added by Duane Warren on Jul 13, 2015 10:20 AM
Duane Warren
Quincy and Laura Millikan
Yes I would be happy to have the Millikan's transferred to me, I do have a good bit of information I could post on their pages!!

Thanks for the offer
Added by Duane Warren on Jun 24, 2015 7:58 AM
RE: Daniel McIntire Farm Cemetery photo requests
Hello janneane, I appreciate your effort in this search. But if I could have her number I will try to call her myself and maybe I can get her to let you go out there. And I will get back with you when or if she will let you. Again thank you. Laura
Added by Indianagirl on Mar 29, 2015 5:51 PM
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