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I have enjoyed walking in cemeteries and looking at headstones my entire life. I truly enjoy working on accurately listing folks grave sites. Sometimes it is the only link in finding a relative. I live in Morgan County, Indiana and also have significant family in Wabash, Fulton and Kosciusko, Indiana counties.
I will gladly transfer management of any memorial under Find A Grave Guidelines. Just let me know. Only requests using the edit tab with familial documentation will be considered.
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|KEW||Find A Grave Memorial# 104684616|
Take a look now, I got it figured out, she was buried with Spouse #1 and Spouse #2 was Owens. Whew....I couldn't get your email to work. Kathy
Added by KEW on Jul 12, 2014 9:01 PM
|Karolyn G||Stanley Robert Kidwell|
My name is Karolyn Gardner and I am Stan's daughter. It would mean alot to me if you could transfer his memorial to me. I could not find the form to fill out but will gladly do so if you direct me to it. Thank you so much!
|Patricia Shover Gregory||Mary Jane Chamberlain Louder Ware|
Thanks for the information. We must all work together to collect all the information and get it right so thanks again. Keep up the good work.
|Linda Burleigh||Jesse Francis|
Thanks for putting the note on the Jesse Francis memorial. I knew the stone was misspelled, but the library wants the listing to be what is on the stone, so I had to send the edit. I hope they will also use the Francis spelling as well or it will be difficult to find the family connection. Thanks for all your help. We are working on the Greenlawn/South Park/New South Park area now. It may take us the rest of the summer to read it!.
|Wendi Bevitt||Benjamin Utterback|
Hi:) Where did you find the reference for Benjamin's middle name/nickname being Franklin/Frank? In all the records I have for him I've never seen that. Thanks:)
|Mrs Ward||Mock cemetery|
"Mock Addition of NW cemetery" and Mock cemetery are the same place: about a mile south of North Webster. Mock addition is *not* inside of NW cemetery (which is in town) even though the newspaper makes it sound as if it is.
Added by Mrs Ward on Mar 05, 2014 8:51 PM
|Nancy Consolo||RE: Elizabeth Lund Quine|
Thank you very much for your help.You do such a good service for us all.
|Tom Pottenger||RE: James William Pottenger|
Thank you so much for letting me know.
I had never seen him called Silas before. Any other reference you're aware of that calls him Silas?
|Angela Crouch||Crouch memorials|
I just want to thank you for making a memorial for my Aunt and Uncle. I was also wondering if by chance you have seen graves for the rest of the family i was told once that they were all buried in the same place but I have been searching and can't find anything. Their names are Ernest Crouch (D.d. 8/26/96)Ernest was married to Agnes Eggers (D.d. 7/29/80) Kenneth Crouch (D.d. 3/6/89)
|Bob Weimer||Regena Hill #108271482|
You established this memorial on 10 Apr 1013 for Regena Hill (b. 22 Nov 1856, d. 29 Mar 1863), DAU OF J M & C, with no picture of the gravestone.
This appears to be the gravestone listed in Lester H. Binnie's listing of graves and inscriptions in Center Cemetery as illegible Hill. I have photographed the gravestone and agree that the name appears illegible although the calculated birth date agrees with the birth year for John M. and Charlotte Hill's second child, Ella Hill (1860 census). Ella does not seem to fit the remaining inscription although Ella may well be a nick name.
If your memorial is for this grave, can you provide any information for source of the name Regena or if it can be connected to Ella Hill?
Bob Weimer #481101151
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