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Paula Z (#47026085)
 member for 8 years, 3 months, 17 days
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Bio Photo I have been doing research for 16 years now. I love taking photos of tombstones. I am finding photos I have taken around the internet in different places. I am always happy to help others anyway that I can. However, I have 4 children and homeschool, so it isn't so easy for me to get to the cemeteries. We have spent a lot of Saturdays doing this. While I don't mind sharing, I do mind you saving my work and calling it your own! Site your sources when you use my photos, please! It would be great to also send them back to their Findagrave memorial so others can pay their respects to their memorial.

Aside from Bethany/South Jefferson Cemetery, most of what I post are of relatives or they share the same surname as my line. If you see one posted by me outside of Louisville, then they are related to me.

Some of our surnames:

Bio-Dad Side: Bishop, Boswell, Brickley, Brown, Button, Curtis, Estes, Figg, Gregory, Harper, Herculus, Miller, Sandusky, Schuman, Stewart, Tapp, Wilbers

Adopted Dad's side: Abel, Beck, Benefield, Bogard, Bowman, Cauble, Dennis, Danforth, Davenport, Deuschle, Forrest, Hallmaier, Hallwachs, Harger, Herchenroeder, Greiner, Juppenlaz, Kaestner, Kelly, Kohler, Kuhn, Lacer, Lampe, Lehner, Lunz, McCain, Meredith, Metzger, Mohring, Nagel, Noffsinger, Schlueter, Sparks, Spingler, Spencer, Starke, Stoner, Ramsburg, Raumaier, Rheinhardt, Reile?, Rhoads, Rund, Zuber

Mother's side: Aldridge, Alford, Bowman, Bramberg, Culberson, Curbow, Curtis, Dorman, Hodge, Kivett, Lee, Looten, Parrish, Phoenix, Pugh, Sawyer, Seymour, Smith, Wilson, Wright, York

Mother's bio-Dad side: Adams, Amos, Barnard, Black, Brassey, Brown, Buckles, Clagett, Colbrand, Cook, Conley, Crain, Craven, Duckett, Gatton, Griffith, Hendricks, Hooper, Howard, King, Long, Mapted, Masters, McCubbin, Mueller, Pearson, Pettit, Roundtree, Roupe, Sidebottom, Srygley, Stewart, Veatch, Wilkinson, Worley

Husband's side: Atzinger, Black, Boarman, Bowling, Brooke, Davis, deTemple, Daniel, Dyson, Fischer, Folsom, Getz/Goetz, Higdon, Jarboe, Klein, Lawson, Layman, Manning, Mayer, Morgan, Meredith, Noldenmeyer, Reinbold, Renfro, Ringswald, Rolfes, Schmidt, Schuler, Sowders, Sweeney, Taylor, Tattershall, Zweydoff
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Kim Ammeter
photo request
I am currently researching my great grandfather, J. D. Hackett. Our family only knew that he moved to Texas around 1898 and left his family in Washington state.

I have just recently discovered that he spent time in the Mammoth Cave area. According to a few authors, Hackett was hiring people to work in the caves for him, one of these workers may have been Harrison Logsdon.

If you have any information I would greatly appreciate it.
Could you possibly photograph Harrison Logsdon's headstone? Feb 23 1893 - Dec 13 1921.

thank you in advance,
Added by Kim Ammeter on Oct 19, 2016 1:03 PM
Alexis Goodin
Thank you!
Hi, Paula! You added my great great- grandfather's tombstone pictures & his info. I'd like to say thank you for doing that. His name is Norman Lee Waters. I was wondering if maybe we were related?
Added by Alexis Goodin on Feb 05, 2016 9:40 AM
Charlie Wooten
William Wilson Sr.
Hi, Paula:

I am Charlie Wooten, 4th great grandson of William Wilson Sr. Given the exhaustive efforts committed to recent genealogical research, it was decided to make a personal visit to William Sr.’s grave in the “Old Dry Pond Cemetery” near Commerce, Ga. To my consternation, I was able to locate only two visible Wilson grave sites, neither of which were William Sr.’s. Also, the cemetery was neglected, and the neighbors are using it for a place to burn brush. Do you know what happened to William Sr.’s Revolutionary War Veteran marker???

Thank You,
Charlie Wooten
Added by Charlie Wooten on Jan 12, 2016 6:18 PM
Byron Fenoglio
Flora Spencer
I just fulfilled A photo request from another member and was curious because it seems that her husband is also entombed directly beside her and didn't know if there was a memorial that was started for him also. I do have that photo if anyone is interested in starting his Memorial.
Thanks in advance,
Added by Byron Fenoglio on May 07, 2015 11:10 AM
Wayne Arnall
Nikolaus Herchenroeder
Nikolaus is my great-great grandfather and we are traveling from Florida and will be in Louisville soon. I would like to locate Nikolaus' grave. I appreciate your picture but was curious if you might have the Section and lot #'s.

Added by Wayne Arnall on Oct 10, 2014 2:43 PM
Loretta Newsome Lewis
RE: Amanda Newsome
Thank you
Added by Loretta Newsome Lewis on Apr 08, 2014 1:35 PM
Loretta Newsome Lewis
Amanda Lynn Newsome
Hello, how your related to my Daughter Amanda Lynn Newsome, I don't reconize any of your family surnames. I was suprised to see my Daughters headstone picture on here since I hadn't posted it. Her Grandmother is buried in Bethany as well Mabel M. Newsome.
Added by Loretta Newsome Lewis on Apr 02, 2014 7:35 AM
Farrar and related families
RE: re: Vivienne Embry
Thank you for your prompt note. Best regards to you.
Added by Farrar and related famili... on Feb 26, 2014 11:07 PM
Sharon Sabel Pike
RE: Schuler babies
Thanks Paula.
Added by Sharon Sabel Pike on Feb 16, 2014 7:29 AM
Sharon Sabel Pike
Schuler babies
I am searching for a couple of Schuler kids who were born and died between 1891-1900. Frank Schuler and his first wife, Sarah Jane Ott, had these 2 kids according to the 1900 census. They were living in Louisville so I suspect the kids are buried in St. Louis cemetery. Have you found any kids that you can't identify?

Frank is one of the sons of Josef and Josepha Magdelena Schuler. No one knew much about him so I've been working on him lately.

I know you have memorials for quite a few Schulers and hoped you had identified most of them already. Thanks for your help.
Added by Sharon Sabel Pike on Feb 15, 2014 1:21 PM
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