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Gail Black (#46916450)
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Bio Photo I originally joined in 2002 while researching family on What a great data pool of info! Since my involvement, I have sadly discovered so many family cemeteries and smaller public cemeteries have been plowed under, paved over or just sadly neglected. Many of our war heroes have no respectable resting place, much less a marker. Many loved ones, many children, have no one left to care for their graves. Please ask your local groups, scouts, churches, civic, etc. to "adopt" a cemetery and take care of it. Monument dealers will work with you on simple markers for these graves. This is our history. This is our heritage. The Veteran Affairs Office will provide free markers for any Revolutionary War, Civil War, Spanish War, War of 1812 and any war on foreign shores. Thank you in advance for you consideration in these matters... and God Bless America!

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Lyndon Comstock
thank you
Just a quick note to thank you again for all of the memorials you've created in Clark County, Indiana.

With best regards,
Added by Lyndon Comstock on Jul 23, 2016 11:22 AM
Dave Stutesman
Thank you so much for creating all the memorials for my family... and letting me care for them.
Added by Dave Stutesman on Jul 22, 2016 5:23 AM
RE: Catherine Logan-Eastern Cemetery
It always makes me feel good when someone is linked or identified. I had forced myself to methodically go through those new Indiana records when they became available on Ancestry but had only done Dearborn County where most of my relatives are buried for 1899-1900. But, growing up in Decatur County, I decided (since they follow each other on the roll) that I would also do Decatur County because I have entered a fair number through research in my home county, too even though I knew I wouldn't find any relatives that early. Yes, it was nice to give her a name, wasn't it?
Added by dhintx on Jul 17, 2016 5:48 PM
Francie Ede
RE: Burnett James O'Hearn Jr.
Thanks for adding the picture of the gravestone to my memorial. I was over there years ago and couldn't find them.
Added by Francie Ede on Jul 16, 2016 10:08 PM
Francie Ede
Burnett James O'Hearn Jr.
Would you please add your picture of the stone to my memorial for Burnett James O'Hearn Jr. I created his memorial in 2009 thinking his name was William O'Hearn. I recently found out through the new Indiana birth records on Ancestry that his name was Burnett James O'Hearn Jr. His father was my grandmother's brother. Someone else has a memorial for him that was created after mine was done.
Thank you
Added by Francie Ede on Jul 16, 2016 12:57 AM
June Tedder Martin
Joe O Dodson
Don't know if it is Q. My cousin set these up from a cemetery list. If it's incorrect please send a correction through the edit. Thanks,
Added by June Tedder Martin on Jul 13, 2016 7:28 PM
Rita LeCrone
RE: William S Taylor #30441013
Thanks Gail and have a Happy and Safe 4th of July!
Added by Rita LeCrone on Jul 04, 2016 9:22 AM
Rita LeCrone
William S Taylor #30441013
Hi Gail,
That would be great if you want to transfer to me. Do you know how I would get the two duplicate memorials combined?

Thanks for you help,
Rita K LeCrone
Added by Rita LeCrone on Jul 03, 2016 7:44 PM
Rita LeCrone
William S Taylor #30441013
I'm sorry to leave 3 messages, but just realized I had made a memorial too for William S Taylor, 157280196, so if we could combine the two memorials it would solve all the issues.

Thanks so much again,
Rita LeCrone
Added by Rita LeCrone on Jul 03, 2016 10:26 AM
Rita LeCrone
William S Taylor #30441013
Also Gail, forgot to tell you his birth year is incorrect on the memorial. He was born in 1871. The info from my great grandfather states so, plus the 1880 census has him as 9 years old.
Rita K LeCrone
Added by Rita LeCrone on Jul 03, 2016 10:12 AM
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