|Carolyn Howard (#47676221)|
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I grew up in Monticello, IN, and my back yard was a very large cemetery, "The Old Monticello Cemetery." We always played in the cemetery as children and never once thought anything of it.|
When I got older, I started studying the names of the people on the stones, and I started trying to learn about them. When I moved to Evansville, IN at the age of 16, along with my parents and brother, I never forgot the fond memories I had playing in the cemetery. I didn't realize that this wasn't how most people grew up!
I started working on my own family history last year, and I have also now started trying to take care of my own family's graves, which are mainly in the Shoals/Loogootee, IN area.
If I have entered anything incorrectly on a memorial, please do not hesitate to let me know, using the "Edit" tab. I am interested in having everything correct!
I try to upload photos when I can. Anyone has permission to use any of my photos for any reason. Message me if you have a question! I always love to hear from fellow gravers!
If you are sending corrections, please add the Find A Grave Memorial Numbers
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|Chad Kendell||RE: Elizabeth Cannon|
Excellent. Thanks so much ... I meant to ask for her husband's as well as he is my great, great uncle. I just sent a request for that. Thanks for your help !!!
|Jan Bateman||Thank you|
Thank you, Carolyn, for the transfer of Clarence Oscar Bateman's memorial file. If you wish to have it transferred back to you, just let me know. Thanks, Jan Bateman
|Jan Bateman||Thank you|
|Jan Bateman||Transfer of file|
Hi, Carolyn, I am hoping you will transfer Oscar Bateman memorial #99228751 to me. He is related to my husband, and we are currently working on his family tree. I didn't realize that he already a file until after I made him one, as his first name is actually Clarence. I would like to transfer my information onto your file, as you actually have a picture of his headstone. I am willing to transfer the file back to you when completed if you wish. Thank you so much, Jan Bateman #48996568
|Kerry Steiner||Memorial #99285588|
Thank you for all of the contributions you've made to Find A Grave! It's people like you who help the rest of us put the pieces together. I'm writing to ask if you received my request to edit the Name information on Goldie? I know all of our inboxes get full so fast these days I wanted to make sure it didn't get lost.
|Karen & Tony Foreman||Wilma and Joseph Fields|
Thank you so much for the lovely headstone photo...You are truly appreciated!
|Pamela Richardsen||Hi Carolyn|
I'm Pamela Richardsen, the niece of Rev. Harold and Gladys Howard. I wasn't able to send you a message to your private email address for some reason, but I wanted to ask you a couple of questions if you don't mind. Please message me back if you can at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks so much,
|Marjorie Armstrong||RE: Aaron Williams|
The Find A Grave number for Aaron Williams is #2956748 in Beaufort National Cemetery, South Carolina. Plot 48, 5795
Thanks for all you do.
|Marjorie Armstrong||Aaron Williams|
I am a descendant of Aaron Williams. Aaron was married to Sarah Ann (Sallie) Sims who was born February 1, 1828 and died March 1, 1881 of measles
Aaron died January 27, 1865 near Sister's Ferry in Georgia during the Civil War and was buried in Beaufort National Cemetery. His memorial stone is located at Williams Cemetery. His wife's information is on the same stone.
If needed, I have information on his children and siblings.
|Firinne||Rev. Dr. Howard|
Hello! I'm an alumni of Eastern and I've been utilising Ancestry and now Find a Grave to research/find family and friends. I decided to start a virtual cemetery for Eastern faculty (after talking to Dr. Boehlke and today speaking with Mr. Sauer and Mr. Beasley at the library). I hope it's ok I added your dad. He joins Dr. And Rev. Shinn. If you have any advice or info about other loved ones, faculty from Eastern I would greatly appreciate that.
Added by Firinne on Mar 17, 2015 4:29 PM
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