|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. If you want me to add links or other information, please use the "make a suggestion" option under the edit tab for the memorial. All other requests not using this format will probably be ignored.
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Thank you for adding my suggestions and linking the family together.
Thanks for you contributing. :)
Added by Aℕℊℰ... on Apr 08, 2014 10:37 AM
Thanks for noticing the date. I made the change.
|INDIANATURTLE||RE: Vera McFatridge, #95917045|
Very strange. My edit request of 2/3/14 reflects Machlan. The gentleman who furnished the parent links must have given Mahan within his edit request. Anyway, thanks for changing it to the correct name, Linda.
|INDIANATURTLE||Vera McFatridge, #95917045|
Thanks for making the edits. I can certainly understand how it happened, but her maiden name is Machlan.
|History Hunter||RE: New edit tab|
Thanks so much for the Henry Kelso & family links.
I'm related to the Boatman branch. I appreciate
all you do. We often travel through Rush County Indiana. Nice Area.
I have many "Rush" ancestors/ in my family tree here in my county, western Ohio.
History Hunter #47998494
|History Hunter||New edit tab|
Just wanted to know if you are aware of the new edit tab on your contributor page. You did the spouse links that I sent for Kelso's which is not include on the new edit tab. I have other info.
No hurry, I didn't know about the new edit tab for 2 months.
Thanks so much for all you do on Find A Grave
History Hunter #47998494
Thank you so much for all you work linking the various Irvine family members and adding middle names.
yes, that is a shame, that i didnt find any names in there, but i didnt take all of them out, just a few. if i end up with any more photos from your town, i'll let you know. i do mostly military photos, but i sometimes have to buy ones like this, to get the ones i want. it's kind of an all or nothing deal,... he he
cant remember where or when i got these, just typed in the name of that the navy guy who's photo i added on here, and up came a picture of his grave, so added it, and then typed in the other one with a name, and up came that one.
they are in one of those 1880's large cloth covered photo album with pages about the size of a sheet of paper. all photos are 1880's-ish.
Thank you for the transfer of my family member frank Farley at East Hill Cemetery in Rushville, IN and for your efforts in support of the Find A Grave community
|ted welch||RE: hi!|
i took out a few of the pictures, to see if they had any names on them, but didnt find any. i am assuming they are children of the guy i posted pictures on. could be grand children too,... they all date from the 1880's to about 1900. a few are baby pictures, some are teen age / early 20's photos, and then some middle aged people, and a few tin types, so those would be 1860-70's.
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