|Carolyn Craig (#46872277)|
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|I am researching the descendants of Roderick and Rebecca Craig of England-North Carolina-Henry County, Indiana and Moses Dalrymple and his two wives of Pennsylvania-Kentucky-Indiana.|
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|PJROBINSON56 ||RE: RELATED?|
RUBEN "RUBY" OR "RC" CECIL CARTER IS MY GREAT-GRANDPA. MY GREAT GRANDMA VERNEYSA BILLS CARTER SAID THAT LITTLE BLUE RIVER CEMETERY IS WHERE GREAT GRANDPA, HIS PARENTS, HENRY & SARAH J (KIRKPATRICK) CARTER & BROTHER EARL CARTER ARE BURIED. SHE ALSO TOLD US THAT GREAT GRANDPA HAS NO MARKER. THAT IS WHY I ADDED HIM TO THE BURIAL RECORDS.
WERE ALL THE CEMETERY RECORDS DESTROYED IN THE CHURCH'S FIRE?
PATRICIA J ROBINSON
ARE YOU RELATED TO ALVIN CARTER 09/17/1860 - 09/30/1878 BURIAL LITTLE BLUE RIVER RUSH COUNTY, INDIANA, USA?
PATRICIA J ROBINSON
|Charlotte Smith Muir||Weldon Stevens|
This was my SAC... sorry if it was confusing, I should have been more clear:
Donn's last name is spelled wrong on
Weldon's Memorial - he is listed in the bio :) Thank
|Charlotte Smith Muir||Ahhh|
In his bio... his son Donn's last name is misspelled... or two letters are transposed, rather. Thank you and sorry!
|Charlotte Smith Muir||RE: Weldon J. Stevens|
I checked your wall for reference to any message I may have written. Was it send in a SAC? I do not recall sending anything about Weldon. If I sent in a SAC, could you forward it to me, so I can refresh my memory as I don't usually send random messages without cause.. :/
|Charlie Morgan||RE: Marlyn Hungerford Thompson|
Carolyn, looks good so far. However, you might be hearing from me again. We are dealing with several Marlyn Hungerfords and trying to sort them out. We have been led to believe that one of those Marlyn's first names really was Marilyn and Marlyn might have been a nickname. I'll circle back to you once we figure out the correct details. FYI, we are building a database of all Hungerfords world-wide including spouses and their descendants where Hungerford women married (a massive genealogy that is too big to publish in book form and we hope to put on-line soon, so we are trying to get as much correct detail in the database as possible). Thanks for your follow-up.
Wonderful work on this memorial.. Thank you for your time and effort.
|Glenda Barry||Roderick Graige|
I deleted my record. I get my information from cemetery transcripts and sometimes the names are spelled wrong.
Take care and have a good weekend!
|Greg Meyer||RE: Milford Cemetery in Decatur county, Indiana|
No, I don't think I have seen any other Doolittles buried in Decatur County. Sorry.
|Dixie D||RE: Sarah E. Gordon, buried in Beech Grove Cemetery, Muncie, Indiana|
The photo on the memorial page was taken last August in Beech Grove. It is in Section 6/OP 15 if you look on the map on Beech Grove's page. (There is no divider that I noticed between these 2 sections.) There are two more Gordon's in this area - Harry E. Gordon 1884-1924 and Mary Elizabeth Parrott Gordon 1901-1965. Whether or not they are related, I don't know. I wish I could help you more. I know not everyone is listed in the Library's lists as I have had this happen before. We took 679 photos that day and Harry's was no.23, Mary Elizabeth was no.84, and Sarah's was no.108 so they are fairly close together. If I can be of more help, please let me know.
Added by Dixie D on Mar 16, 2015 7:26 PM
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