|Lizbeth Pierce (#47125986)|
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I was adopted and since I have found my biological family, I have been researching my history for over 25 years. I have learned many things about family and traditions that my family has past on through the generations.|
I am always stopping at cemetaries. Seems I do that more than yard sales.
Always willing to share what information that I have.
Happy hunting to all.
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|Virginia Doudney Chastain||Kuefner|
Hi Lizbeth ... My great grandmother was Catherine Kuefner (1849-1915) whose parents were George A. Kuefner and Elisabeth Sipp. Catherine married (John) Henry Stein. Their first child: William John Henry Stein was my Mother's father.
I've just been gained some family information on the Sipp background, and would like to have anything regarding the parents of George A. Kuefner.
I will be happy to share what I have on my maternal family branch.
|Robert Trimble||RE: Patrick Family|
Thanks for the transfers. I put all of the pictures that we took that day (June 1993)on the cemetery site. At the time we were looking for Patricks and Wheelers. Plus the cemetery was so grown up in weeds and trees, we had a hard time finding any graves. So glad your relatives cleaned it up.
Keep in touch and thanks again.....Bob Trimble
|James Richards||Alice Phillips|
Unfortunately, I don't think there is a headstone there. I photographed all of the headstones in Philips Cemetery last Memorial Day. I had three photographs of headstones that were nearly unreadable so that I could not match them to anything in Find A Grave or create new memorials. Just in case, I checked them again but no match there.
Also, this cemetery is at the end of a tank gunnery range. Sadly, if my memory serves me correctly, in this cemetery there was evidence of damage from gunnery to one or two monuments that rendered them beyond all hope. This may have been the case for Alice.
So, it is unlikely that there is a monument there. (There could be, I have missed them before.) Unfortunately, Fort Knox only opens its cemeteries to visitors on Memorial Day so it is difficult to do a quick double check.
|AnnieSings||Sister Margaret Alacoque|
Thank you for the information regarding Sister. I'm always happy to be able in the lives of the Sisters a little more fully.
|Lisa Burch||RE: Robert W Mcanary|
Hi there, I myself am the family historian and I don't mind that you put them on your site please make a reference on where you have gotten them thanks:) Lisa
|Nancy Hall||Nellie Harding|
Transfer is done- sorry for the time delay- I have some other pictures of the area surrounding Baker cemetery if you are interested in having them- overviews, pictures of the church on the land, etc. Email me directly and just remind me what you would like and I will get them to you.
|Mary Echols||RE: William Lewis Standiford|
William Lewis Standiford was married to Martha Elizabeth Echols. They had a son named Edward J. Standiford (1896-1970). He is a distant cousin to my husband. Is your father a Standiford?
|Jane||RE: George Edward Harding Jr|
Would be glad to transfer his memorial page to you, if that's okay.
Found a little more info at ancestry.com.
Added by Jane on May 31, 2012 12:24 PM
|Bill Persch||RE: Ruth Surges|
You're welcome. Wish I had better results for you.
|Audrey Blackman||Myrtle Neal Brown|
You once got pics of my great grandparents graves. I did not make it to my aunt's funeral. I know she was buried in Bethesda Cem. near Liggett, IN, in Vigo Co. Wonder if you could slip over sometime and take her stone's pic. She should be near George E. Brown her frist husband or possibly second husband, Wendell G. Brown. Both those guys were married before so they may be with their other wives and Myrtle by herself.
Her actual name was Annie Myrtle, but went by Myrtle. Some relatives thought she was Myrtle Ann Brown.
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