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IndyScot (#47116633)
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Bio Photo I started actively researching the family ancestry in 2006 and my daughter started almost 20 years earlier. In this search, we have looked for the final resting places of our ancestors and their families. We found many, but some are lost and the cemeteries abandoned, uncared for &/or destroyed. For this reason, I am especially interested in documenting and preserving the memory of the pioneer cemeteries and those buried in them.
I am a member of the Genealogical Society of Marion County (Indiana)and currently the editor of the Society's quarterly "Family Quest".
Although the Internet is a great tool and source of genealogical information, a lot of this information is incorrect, misleading and self-perpetuating. Just because it is written, does not make it true. Facts are not facts until they are proven. (That is why calls everything a "hint".) Remember that genealogy without documentation is mythology!

Find A Grave is no exception. There are memorials with incorrect personal information, the wrong cemetery (even with photos from the correct cemetery) or showing cemeteries that don't exist or have made up names. So treat everything as a hint until it is verified as a fact. Remember that bad information is never right and it can cause others to stop looking for the truth.
Corrections and additions to my Find A Grave postings are always welcome. Please use the Edit tab on the memorial and click on the Suggest a Correction ("SAC") link. Also use the SAC link for transfer request. Transfers outside Find A Grave guidelines will be assessed on a case by case basis. Please state your specific relationship to the deceased.
Any posted grave marker photos I have taken may be copied for personal or genealogical use AS LONG AS CREDIT IS GIVEN. Written biographies may NOT be copied without permission. (Posting them on the internet, does not make them free to use.)
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Thomas Clark
Carl W. Phillips
Thanks you for the info. I moved it from Marion to Hamilton.

Added by Thomas Clark on Nov 27, 2015 6:58 AM
love always
re: Thomas Warbington Powells
Greetings, had forgotten their are two Thomas's, thx
Added by love always on Nov 11, 2015 9:36 PM
Kathy Feltman
Lenora Gundlach Photo Request
I received your e-mail about the memorial for the above being in the Holy Cross/St. Joseph cemetery and have put in a photo request there. It appears there are duplicate memorials for Lenora and her husband Arthur. Neither cemetery has a gravestone picture and I am not sure which is correct. Thank you for your help so far.
Added by Kathy Feltman on Nov 09, 2015 3:03 PM
love always
RE: Thomas W. Powell
Yes, I also did the travel calculations, thought it was rather strange? Will remove Thomas from the acton cemetary, thx Hopefully able to find better results in Lebanon.
Added by love always on Nov 04, 2015 5:15 PM
love always
RE: Thomas W. Powell
Thomas Warbington Powell died on May 9, 1835, in Lebanon, Indiana, when he was 85 years old.
9 May 1835 Lebanon, Boone, Indiana, USA
Patriot, Switzerland County, Indiana, USA
Added by love always on Nov 02, 2015 9:47 PM
love always
RE: Thomas W. Powell
Thomas Warbington Powell was born on November 1, 1749, in Ingatestone, Essex, the child of Thomas Warbington. He married Elizabeth McEwen on November 25, 1769, in New York, New York. He then married Naomi Ayres and they had five children together. He died on May 9, 1835, in Lebanon, Indiana, having lived a long life of 85 years, and was buried in Patriot, Indiana.

Information gathered from our account, DVaughan (#47258925) or any help appreciated, thx Scot
Added by love always on Nov 02, 2015 9:37 PM
RE: Kathryn T Bradshaw
For whatever reason that email didnt download when the other one did and they were only 5 minutes apart.
Added by BeeRye on Aug 29, 2015 10:07 AM
Re: Susan Kathryn Thomas Bradshaw
Incidentally her name was indeed Susan Kathryn Bradshaw ne Thomas. Her sons obituary clearly states this. I also have four decades of census records and her social security death index.

A burial card is not as definitive as you would like to claim.

So I will not be altering the record in any way
Added by BeeRye on Aug 29, 2015 9:41 AM
Re: Kathryn T Bradshaw
I am not going to delete this entry. It was created before the other, which is the duplicate. That record also has far less information. If necessary I can modify the name to reflect what the burial card says.

Why don't you contact the maintainer of this record instead?
Added by BeeRye on Aug 29, 2015 9:13 AM
RE: Cleavurs
Yeah they got kind of flowery on the words - I figured you would put up what you wanted to. thank you!!! You wouldn't believe how little cooperation I am getting out of people.
Added by CatheaC on Jul 18, 2015 4:59 PM
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