|Linda Mahan (#46872690)|
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Names I am researching: Medd, Poshard, White, Lods, Beaver/Bever, McKee, Riley, West, McCane, Redden, Mahan, Vail, Hedrick, Cramer, Lefforge, Mann, Logan, Amos.|
The Rush Co. Genealogical Society is in the process of transcribing & posting photos for all cemeteries in Rush County. This will be a long process, so be patient.
I will be happy to transfer memorials to a direct relative.
There has been much discussion over the use of photos. By all means, use any photo I have posted, and you don't need my permission.
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|cos1776||re: Charles C Hall at East Hill Cemetery|
Thank you for the transfer.
I have attached your photo of his 2nd marker to the 1st marker page (# 40228220) and filled in the inscription info.
But, when I went to delete the 2nd marker page (# 40228221), I am getting the message that I can not delete, because I am not the original creator.
Would you like to try to delete the 2nd page (# 40228221)? It might work for you.
Added by cos1776 on Aug 23, 2015 1:41 PM
|cos1776||Charles C Hall at East Hill Cemetery|
I have found one individual with two markers/pages in your memorials:
- older headstone = Charles "G" Hall, Find A Grave Memorial# 40228220
- newer headstone = Charles "C" Hall, Find A Grave Memorial# 40228221
This appears to be the same Charles C Hall, son of Henry Hall & Lucy Peake, which matches the information given for him in the book "History of Rush County".
The older marker is worn and difficult to read, which might be why the memorial page contains some transcription errors (i.e. his middle initial and death date) and perhaps why the family installed a newer marker. Do you happen to know how close in proximity the 2 markers are to each other?
Anyhow, I think the best thing to do would be to add the picture for the newer marker to the page for the older marker and then to delete the page for the newer marker, per Find A Grave's policy for one page per individual.
Would you be so kind as to fix this? If not, I'd be happy to take on the management of the pages and complete this task.
Thank you and Best Wishes,
Added by cos1776 on Aug 02, 2015 9:11 AM
|AndyP||RE: Bradshaw at Oak Hill|
You are most welcome. You should know that there are three problem Bradshaws where the Find A Grave dates don't match the stones or the Bartow Genweb.
Frank has 9/13/01-1/27/35. His marker and Genweb both say 8/15/1899-7/22/1900
James and Olin are similar.
Shall I post the pictures anyway? Or, I can send them to you via e-mail.
Here's the Genweb page for that area:
Added by AndyP on Jul 14, 2015 12:31 PM
|AndyP||Bradshaw at Oak Hill|
I'm fulfilling your request for Alma and William Bradshaw. In the same plot are:
Many seem to have died as infants.
I'll post these as well.
Added by AndyP on Jul 14, 2015 8:12 AM
|AZLITE||Imogene Leah Swallow Arnold/Mount Zion Cemetery|
Thank you for providing the information about the location of Mount Zion Cemetery in Spencer County. Your time and effort in researching the correct burial place for Imogene is very much appreciated. I have moved her memorial and have linked her with her husband who is also buried there. Thanks, too, for your patience in my slow response to your message.
Added by AZLITE on May 15, 2015 12:44 AM
Mary Esther Souder born 4 February 1880 Carthage, Rush, Indiana died after the Census 8 June 1880 Carthage, Rush, Indiana, was the sister of William Lowry Souder born and died 22 September 1878, daughter of George Washington Souder and Anna Eliza Cowan
In researching this family, I have discovered that Anna Eliza Cowan Souder had a son William Lowry Souder b 22 September 1878 d 22 September 1878. He was the second of eight children born to Anna and George
Curious about the listed spouse, the name listed and the name on the stone are not the same. George W Souder is the name on the stone and William L Souder is the name listed. William L Souder has a date of death of 1878, George W Souder has a date of death of 1915 on the stone
|James (Jim) F. Kelly||RE: Andrew Riley photo|
You are welcome.
|Geraldine Barnett||Elliott's site|
Linda please send me direct messages as I have tried to make clear on his site. Thanks, Geraldine
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