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v f (#46924171)
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Bio Photo Live here in Wabash Indiana. Retired early after 21 years of managing two bank branches. Got tired of the rat race, so quit, got a couple tatoos, and am staying home enjoying my dogs, gardening, sewing, painting, and cemeteries.

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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I will not do any links to unknown burials nor will I transfer (out of family guidelines) to a member that has created too many unknown burials.
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Carl Bennett
RE: Yerian marker
Oh -- and I haven't forgotten that you have lent me a helping hand in quite a number of cases over recent years. You are appreciated! Hope your holiday was what you wanted it to be today.
Added by Carl Bennett on May 25, 2015 6:57 PM
Carl Bennett
RE: Yerian marker
You are so right. Unfortunately, though, there were a number of families in which the parents spelled the name Yarian and the children, or just some of the children, spelled it Yerian. In my own line it came to be spelled Yearian.
Thanks again,
Added by Carl Bennett on May 25, 2015 6:48 PM
Carl Bennett
Yerian marker
Thank you for letting me know about this. I have written to other contributor and asked him to remove the photo.
Best wishes,
Carl Bennett
Added by Carl Bennett on May 25, 2015 5:45 PM
RE: Nancy Arlene Carver
Okay thanks, and sorry for the trouble. Back to the search...
Added by TBarfield on May 20, 2015 9:12 PM
Kenneth Bednar
RE: Obit photos
I have found the area that gives me a list of the photos I have placed on fine a grave.

I have removed the scaned obituaries.

I humbly appologize for the error on my part.

The entries I made of the tombstone I took myself I kept.

I also kept the photos I posses of the people in my family tree.

I am connecting with the Decatur Herald to obtain permission to post photos from the hardbound newspapers I posses for January - February 1940. Once I have pemission I will include the fact that I have a release from them to post them to find a grave.

I thank You

Kenneth Bednar
Added by Kenneth Bednar on May 20, 2015 7:46 PM
RE: Nancy Arlene Carver
Okay thanks again. I appreciate your willingness to take a closer look at it.
Added by TBarfield on May 19, 2015 9:59 PM
RE: Nancy Arlene Carver
That's funny because I thought it looked too old to only be 1932, and I blew it up and clearly see 1832 as the date. Also, I am curious of why you did not originally have a birth year listed if you have records showing the grave belonged to a baby. Regardless, I appreciate you perhaps getting another picture. It looks like there is more writing near the bottom edge of the stone that is mostly covered that might yield more info. I am thinking this is Nancy Lawrence (1785-1832) who married Pleasant Carver (1777-1830).
Added by TBarfield on May 19, 2015 9:19 PM
RE: Nancy Arlene Carver
Yet the grave clearly shows 1832, and not 1932. I think this is who I think it is.
Added by TBarfield on May 19, 2015 8:44 PM
Lisacul Rosie

If you are copying detils from other online internment sites to Find A Grave can you ensure the name and dates match the source (and possibly credit the source). Duplication of memorials can thereby be avoided.

Many thanks.
Added by Lisacul Rosie on May 15, 2015 2:18 PM
Retired Kent
RE: Clarks in Florida
No problem, glad I could do it while I was down there on vacation. It was a very nice Prayer Garden area.
Added by Retired Kent on May 08, 2015 7:08 PM
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