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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.
PLEASE feel free to use my photos or info in your family tree. It was put on for you.
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|Cindy Rinehart||Chalking/creamed headstones|
Thanks for the heads up. I was totally unaware this was going on and how much damage it could cause.
I am at a loss to understand what you mean by "someone posted a cream stone" The only photo posted is of the cemetery.
|Linda K||N Grace Snellenberger|
Thank you ever so much for the transfer. It means much to me. Linda
Added by Linda K on Sep 30, 2014 8:37 PM
I don't know what you are refering to. There is no headstone only the cemetery marker.
Added by Foxhunt on Sep 28, 2014 2:57 PM
They are merged now. Thanks, geraldine
|Roann-Indiana-USA wlw Wolf||Duplicate site|
Luther Workman #32119277 has a duplicate site with different names
He was known as Luther Workman at our church School Laketon and everywhere in the Pleasant Township Wabash County Indiana community
This was interesting as family history was connected to the church as almost all the family had minister connections in Otho Winger's book
|Roann-Indiana-USA wlw Wolf||Family Members|
William Jacobi Brooks -- Had 2 daughters however they were never in our Family Circle Sarah C. and Nancy E. In 1879 when the family was broken up they must have been old enough to move
My grand father SBM Brooks ended up at Roann Indiana Wabash County Pleasant Township where I grew up however he was not there long as spent some of is childhood years with the
Kroft Flora Family South of Silver Lake I might have found one of the sisters in Ohio but there was no Information to link anybody
All the rest of my family has been found in 3 weeks in February 2014
|Chris||RE: Edward Owen|
You previously had Martin J. and Martha J., both born 10 Jun 1857. I assumed they were twins. Martin died 10 Sep 1857 and Martha died 19 Nov 1858. In your new list, Martha is not there.
I don't mean to be a pest but I do like to keep things correct. Just curious.
I am not directly related to this family but the wife of a cousin died and I was researching for her children. Barbara Gail Owen; d/o Edward R; s/o Clarence Bruner; s/o Thomas L; s/o William, b. 1796. Wm was her 2G-grandfather. Barbara's children, Robin, Leisha & Conrad are my 2d cousins.
Thanks very much for your help.
Added by Chris on Sep 17, 2014 1:01 AM
Thank you for the information I have reported to @photo
Added by gerald on Sep 14, 2014 1:41 PM
|Katie Burton||RE: John Marlar|
Seems like he just likes to delete the complaints but do nothing about the other
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