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Marilyn Walker (#46867106)
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Bio Photo I was rasied mostly in Putnam and Montgomery co., Indiana, most of my ancestors as far back as 1840 lived not five miles from where I lived, in Putnam Co. Indiana. My siblings still lives in that same area. Other ancestors lived in the Hendricks Co, Indiana, Nebraska, illinois, oklahoma and California areas, with a few scattered here and there.
I have been researching both family and professional genealogy for almost 30 years. I have published several genealogy books and sell them to Libraries and individuals all over the US. What started out to be a trip or two with my sister in law, became my passion. Cemeteries seems to be on the top of my passion. I enjoy walking the cemeteries, it is just so serene. In my lifetime I have come across some really exciting and interesting things. One of the BEST things I have found without even looking was, I found a half brother. I was 52 years old when I found out about him, what a BLESSING that has been. We have been together now about 10 years and have shared so many memories. It is like we have know each other forever. I lived in Indiana, he lived in Kentucky. We moved to Kentucky right after I met him, we were 2 hours away from each other, for 15 years, now we have relocated again so we are now in Florida.
My surnames that I am researching are LAMB,EGGERS,CASE,DAVIS,Morphew,MCCLOUD,MERRITT, Whitaker, woodall, Tatum, and related lines.
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Tanya Newman
Melvin Ordo Newman
Could you link Melvin Ordo Newman to Alfred Lee Newman. Melvin is Alfred and Corla's son. Thanks
Added by Tanya Newman on Apr 21, 2016 5:32 PM
Permilia McCloud
Thank you so very much for the transfer. I appreciate your kindness. I saw McCloud in the names of your family. We are not related to the McClouds, as Permilia married into the family.
Added by Rosalie on Feb 14, 2016 6:03 PM
Reply - - You are FAST!!
Hi, MW, I sent the e-mail,but now I am headed for bed. Night, Night, : ) cp
Added by C P on Jan 27, 2016 8:43 PM
E-mail received??
Hi, I sent an email and hope you received it.
v/r cp
Added by C P on Jan 27, 2016 8:28 PM
Richard Waldron
RE: Polly Mary Davis Case
Hi Cousin,

Samual and Polly Case are also my direct line. They were my 4th Great Grandparents. Not sure where I found my information but it is obviously incorrect. If it's not too much trouble, could you email me a cophy of the information you have?

Also, I am missing Polly's Great Grand Parents and beyond. Do you have any of that information?

Am also missing Samual's mothers side of the family. Any information there?

I am related to the Cases through my mother's side of the family. Would love to visit with you about family history.

Added by Richard Waldron on Sep 02, 2015 4:29 PM
Rhonda Tincher
Phyllis Hendrickson
I have changed her parents information and I have transferred her memorial to you since you were friends with her.
Added by Rhonda Tincher on Aug 18, 2015 3:29 PM
Kathryn J McCloud
Cordelia McCloud
Hey, Marilyn!

I didn't know you'd be the volunteer who responded to my request for a photo of Cordelia's headstone! Thanks for letting me know she doesn't have one. Since you're related to her--do you know her parents' names, or the names of any siblings? Had the volunteer not been you, I was going to ask about knowledge of the paternity of my former father-in-law...but that's ground we've covered before! Hope you're doing well--and surviving the Florida heat--or were you smart enough to go North for part of the summer?

Added by Kathryn J McCloud on Jun 25, 2015 7:59 PM
RE: John Drummond, Evergreen Cem in Everett
Marulyn - there is no visible marker for John Drummond. If he was in WWII, we can order a marker for him. I am not sure if family has to order one, but will find out.

I will also verify again there is no marker, as have several friends working with me to photograph this cemetery. I posted a picture of his grave, but there is no marker that I could find. The description of burial place is Block 40, Lot S3' N6' 34. Which makes no sense to me - south 3 feet then north 6 feet. Why didn't they say north 3 feet? I will check with the cemetery office.


Added by Tami on Jun 15, 2015 9:23 AM
RE: John Drummond, Evergreen Cem in Everett
Are you still in Putnam Co. By any chance?? I hope to visit there next year and check out cemeteries in Hendricks and Putnam Co - Harvey Franklin (1872-1926) buried in New Maysville Cem. Still searching that line of my Franklins, so possibly more buried around there.

Still searching for my 3rd great grandfa 2nd wife, Susannah Hensley Spangler Franklin, who was also my 3rd great grandmother. Ha! Difficult to figure out and took almost 30 years. But Susanna died around 1872. The family (David and Susannah Franklin) were living in Gill, Sullivan, IN in 1870. So hope to visit and sort thru records this next year.

Fun!! There is never enough time to research records.

Added by Tami on Jun 14, 2015 10:25 PM
RE: John Drummond, Evergreen Cem in Everett
You are so welcome- will find and post tomorrow. I will also take some extra pics of the surrounding graves so you can see the area. And, will send if you would like.

I am on it tomorrow!

Added by Tami on Jun 14, 2015 10:10 PM
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