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Linda Mahan (#46872690)
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Bio Photo Names I am researching: Medd, Poshard, White, Lods, Beaver/Bever, McKee, Riley, West, McCane, Redden, Mahan, Vail, Hedrick, Cramer, Lefforge, Mann, Logan, Amos.
The Rush Co. Genealogical Society is in the process of transcribing & posting photos for all cemeteries in Rush County. This will be a long process, so be patient.
I will be happy to transfer memorials to a direct relative.
There has been much discussion over the use of photos. By all means, use any photo I have posted, and you don't need my permission.
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Agnes
OOPS!
I forgot to put their memorial numbers. Homer's is 98494026 and Maggie's is 98494027. Thank you again.
Agnes
Added by Agnes on Jan 27, 2016 4:55 PM
Agnes
Homer and Maggie Ennis
Hi! If possible would you please transfer Uncle Homer and Aunt Maggie's memorials to me. I would appreciate it. Thank you!

Agnes #47223073
Added by Agnes on Jan 27, 2016 4:50 PM
Joseph R. Klett
Kennards in East Hill Cem., Rushville
Please accept my belated, but very sincere, thanks Linda. All the best to you. -Joe K.
Added by Joseph R. Klett on Jan 15, 2016 3:24 PM
Cecily Bishop
RE: William Schrontz
Thank you. That's generous of you. I know there are some Find A Grave posters who don't want their photos used by others...although I wonder why they post them in the first place.
Cecily
Added by Cecily Bishop on Nov 29, 2015 11:16 AM
Cecily Bishop
William Schrontz
Linda, may I copy your photo for the Schrontz into my tree. I will credit you for the photo. His wife, Mary, was my 1st cousin 2x removed.

Cecily Bishop
Added by Cecily Bishop on Nov 28, 2015 2:59 PM
Darlene Ellerman Palmer
RE: MARGISON
Linda, thanks for making the transfers. I may have other family, albeit distant, in East Hill; I'll check and let you know.
Added by Darlene Ellerman Palmer on Nov 09, 2015 10:13 AM
Darlene Ellerman Palmer
MARGISON
Hi, Linda
Would you please transfer Amanda Margison (95916961) and Anthony W. Margison (95916962) to me? They are my children's great-grandparents.
Thank you.
Darlene
Added by Darlene Ellerman Palmer on Nov 06, 2015 5:08 PM
Phoebe Call
John Lewis's wife Mary died before 1810
Hi Linda, it was pointed out to me that Mary Power was not in the 1810 census, and that John Lewis married Mary Morten or Martin afterwards. There is a record of that marriage.
Phoebe Call, descendant.
Added by Phoebe Call on Sep 15, 2015 5:12 PM
cos1776
re: Charles C Hall at East Hill Cemetery
Thank you for the transfer.

I have attached your photo of his 2nd marker to the 1st marker page (# 40228220) and filled in the inscription info.

But, when I went to delete the 2nd marker page (# 40228221), I am getting the message that I can not delete, because I am not the original creator.

Would you like to try to delete the 2nd page (# 40228221)? It might work for you.

Thanks again,
-C
Added by cos1776 on Aug 23, 2015 1:41 PM
cos1776
Charles C Hall at East Hill Cemetery
Hi Linda-
I have found one individual with two markers/pages in your memorials:
- older headstone = Charles "G" Hall, Find A Grave Memorial# 40228220
- newer headstone = Charles "C" Hall, Find A Grave Memorial# 40228221

This appears to be the same Charles C Hall, son of Henry Hall & Lucy Peake, which matches the information given for him in the book "History of Rush County".

The older marker is worn and difficult to read, which might be why the memorial page contains some transcription errors (i.e. his middle initial and death date) and perhaps why the family installed a newer marker. Do you happen to know how close in proximity the 2 markers are to each other?

Anyhow, I think the best thing to do would be to add the picture for the newer marker to the page for the older marker and then to delete the page for the newer marker, per Find A Grave's policy for one page per individual.

Would you be so kind as to fix this? If not, I'd be happy to take on the management of the pages and complete this task.

Thank you and Best Wishes,
-C
Added by cos1776 on Aug 02, 2015 9:11 AM
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