|Marilyn Gayle Thompson Kimmel (#47099261)|
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I live in Southern Indiana. I am researching Taylor, Elkins, Lake, Baker, Waggoner, Boone, Bowen, McCarty, Thompson, Neely, Black, Keith, New,and Flynn. Most are from Wayne County Kentucky or Martin County, Indiana. On my husband's side, Lockenour, Kimmel, Wolfinger, Crim, Martin, Motsinger and Bowman.|
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|Joyce M. Jeffries||Thank you|
Thank you for your contributions to Find A Grave.
|Eva .||RE: PERMISSION TO USE PHOTO|
Thank you for granting me permission to use your photos Ms. Marilyn ~ Thank you!! I appreciate it a lot ~ Eva
Added by Eva . on Jun 03, 2014 8:19 PM
|Eva .||PERMISSION TO USE PHOTO|
I am asking if I may use your photo headstone pictures that you have taken of my family? I am sure there will be more but right now I found my second cousin in Pattonville Cemetery in Lawrence County, Indiana, named Aynes. I hope you will consider my request and reply ~ and I always say thank you for being a Find A Grave volunteer ~ Eva
Added by Eva . on Jun 02, 2014 7:56 PM
|Susan Bowman||John Sherrill|
Just wanted to thank you for the picture of the tombstone for John Sherrill born 1800. A lot of information on it!
|Larry & Helen in Ok.||Waggoner|
Marilyn, thank you for my mistake. In my personal records I had them in Wagoner Cemetery. Harriett is my 3rd cousin 5 times removed.
|Linda in Placitas, NM||RE: Mary Louise Bullock Guthrie|
Hello again Marilyn,
It's been almost 2 years since we last communicated. Mary was my husband's aunt, although he never knew her. All I know about the Guthrie family is what you had sent me back in June of 2011, plus census going back to 1910.
I know that Carl & Mary met in school and they never had children. The Indiana School For the Blind Roster has him listed in 1914 as being from Lawrence County living in Bedford, 707 N. Q St. Parent is listed as C. K. Guthrie (in 1914 listed as Chas K. Guthrie). Carl graduated in 1927 from the Industrial department, three years after Mary. I've found listings for them in the Indianapolis City Directory for 1940 & 1960, and found his obits and an image of Carl as a young man on the 2012Guthrie-Hall-Kirk-Lochenour Ancestry tree.
We met cousins who knew her, but only had vague stories about Mary, when she visited them in CA. Also scroll down on my messages list to
Jan 2013 for a nice bit from Larry Davis.
Sorry I couldn't be of more help.
|rp||re: Marion/Mollie Sipes and Trinity Springs Cem's|
Thank you very much doing for the links. I do vol. photog. in my area and Find A Grave as given me the ability to link people in my area. It is one of the most enjoyable parts of the volunteering. Last week I photographed a handful of children's headstones. It was very satisfying to link all of them to a parent(s).
I am aware that someone has created duplicates for some Trinity memorials. I notified the lady but got no response.
It seems there are two cemeteries with the Trinity name. Looking as Google maps/satellite photos; they appear to be almost directly across the road from each other. If I ever get back to Martin Co.; going to each is a very high priority.
Again-thank you so much~rp
Added by rp on Jan 23, 2014 9:39 PM
|SewGen||RE: Samuel Henderson|
Thank you for transfering.
Added by SewGen on Jan 21, 2014 9:39 AM
|Pam||Pitman family graves|
Marilyn, Thank you a ton for the transfers of the Pitman family. I really appreicate it. You are super!! Pam
Added by Pam on Jan 12, 2014 6:44 PM
|Aunt Cat||Paul Howard Inman|
Thank you so much for posting a picture of the tombstone of Paul Howard Inman from the Silverville Cemetery. I was unable to obtain a good picture of it the last time I was down that way.
My Great Grandmother was a Baker. Mary Effie Baker. Could we be related?
Added by Aunt Cat on Jan 08, 2014 1:59 PM
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