|Linda Taylor (#47436299)|
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|Linda Armstrong||M. Beard|
I believe M. Beard was married to my great grandfather's half-brother, Eli Beard. Magdelenia (please forgive my misspelling)Schulz was born in Va ~ 1831.
Thank you so much for making the requested change to John Paddock's memorial!
Added by Valerie on Sep 07, 2014 1:08 AM
Thank you for the photo...
Added by Bob on Jun 01, 2014 6:50 AM
|Jayne Beers||Lewis & Mary Colson Mullin|
Thank you so much for the tombstone photo of Lewis & Mary (Colson) Mullin. I really appreciate it very much.
|SHARON GILMORE||Rebecca Elwell Rose|
Thanks so much for the photo. I know this cemetery is out in the boondocks and it took some effort to get this photo. I appreciate you so much!
Thank you for the transfer. I just realized the other day that I had created a duplicate of your memorial last year. I have updated your memorial and deleted my duplicate
Added by Bob on Mar 06, 2014 7:21 AM
|Shirley Craft||Hiram Bowers|
I linked Hiram Bowers to his parents.Thanks for the info!
|David Fridley||William & Lou Emma Fridley|
Thank you so much for transferring these memorials to me!
|David D||Willis Davis|
This little boy was the son of Andrew and Sarah (aka Elizabeth)Davis. Andrew was born in 1829 in Ohio and died at Monticello, Piatt County, Illinois in 1891 -- but I do not know where he is buried. Findagrave does not have a record for him or for Sarah there. Andrew was Orderly Sergeant and then Lieutenant of Co I of the 15th Indiana Infantry during the civil war and the diary he kept from 1861 to March 1862 is among the items catalogued under his son-in-law's name -- Philip H Conard -- at the University of Iowa Digital Library.
Added by David D on Oct 23, 2013 4:02 PM
|David Hicks||Lazarus Whitehead - Elkhorn Cem|
I am a direct Descendant of Lazarus Whitehead -
and have the Majority of his known ancestory ,
back to his Grandfather Col.Wm.Whitehead who was a Representative to the 1st Colonial Assembly at Willamsburg. - I also have Info, Pics, etc to add for his Wife, Children, & Grandchildren whom are Burried in LaPorte Co, IND.
His wife - Memorial# 104692945
His Son - Memorial# 104694032
are in the Old Baptist Cem, In LaPorte Co.
Would you please transfer ownership to me ...
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