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Live here in Wabash Indiana.|
I started out just looking for my ancestors, and in not being able to find them all, decided I could at least help others to find theirs here in Wabash County, Indiana.
There are now several of us in Wabash County on Find A Grave working together. Our goal is to put bios on all of our pioneer families, to honor all of our service men and women, and to get families linked together.
If any of us has put on your loved one, please know it is out of respect. These are our family, friends, and neighbors.
I will transfer outside of the family first rule, but please include how the person is related to you.
PLEASE feel free to use my photos or info in your family tree. It was put on for you.
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Ellis was my first cousin. His mother was Jane Eby Thompson. His father was Earl Oldfather. His parents divorced when he was a child and he was adopted by his aunt, Mabel Eby Early and her husband Harry Early.
Added by Sandy on Apr 23, 2014 8:14 PM
|Sandy||RE: Dorotha Marie Eby Wakley|
Much appreciated. Thank you
Added by Sandy on Apr 23, 2014 7:52 PM
|Sandy||Dorotha Marie Eby Wakley|
Thank you for the photo of my Aunt Dot and Uncle Wake's grave. She was not a Long. Her mother, Hazel, was a Long who was married to Harry Eby.
Added by Sandy on Apr 23, 2014 4:29 PM
|Sandy||Hazel Long Eby|
Thanks for the photo of her grave. She was my grandmother. She taught primary grades at Roann School for many years.Her birthday was Feb. 26, 1890. She was 95 when she passed away. Do you have any more information on the Eby or Schuler Families?
Hazel was part of the Miller Family of Miami County.
Added by Sandy on Apr 23, 2014 4:09 PM
Thanks. I deleted all of the duplicates. Thanks for the transfers.
|Diane Reich||Geo Z Johnson|
Memorial updated, Thanks!!
|Lori VerMaas||William Bickel|
Thank you, too, for putting people beyond family on here!
|Paul Ridenour||RE: Jeremiah Roser|
Thank you very much.
|Paul Ridenour||RE: Jacob W Jacobson|
RE: Jacob W Jacobson
It says 86 or 85, can't quite make it out, but found him on a census on ancestry so updated info. Would you like transfer?
Thanks Vicki. I do not think you need to transfer.
|RebeccaSue Daugherty||RE: Gloria Olinger|
That is what I was telling you, I always do the search first. My wording was not very good. Sometimes I will search 3 times and still find out later that it is a duplicate. They need a system that will kick out any duplicates at the time of entry, in this day and age with electronics it would really save a lot of time and backtracking if they would upgrade to a system to boot out duplicates. Anyway you have a nice day.
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