|Robin Carr-Morcombe (#47184177)|
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I have lived all my life in Indiana with the exception of a few short stays in Maryland, Colorado, and California. Indiana will always be home to me.|
My mother, Margaret Patsy Moore Carr, got me started doing genealogy in 1995. I have to admit, I wasn't excited about the idea of researching dead people. But after our first day out, I was hooked. Mom was called home in 2006, I really miss our genealogy trips. We traveled to many cities in Michigan, Ohio and Indiana together. She had a wonderful zest for life that made these trips so special. My father, Roland Frances Carr, was always eager to hear the tales of our genealogy finds. He was a big help with the many stories he told me as I was going up. Dad was called home in 2004. I miss them more than words can say.
I am researching all branches of our tree.
Paternal side: Carr, Flynn, Latchaw, Burkett, Overmyer, Von Auw, Ludwig, Fromman, Bitters, and Bower.
Maternal side: Moore, Snider, Hattery, Hall, Hill, France, and Tidd.
I am also researching my husband's family: Morcombe, Martin, Duncan, Hartshorn, Hutchison, Snedden, Forgey and Ellis.
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|ncutter||RE: Thomas Daugherty|
You are very Welcome!
Added by ncutter on Jun 21, 2014 9:03 PM
|Cathy ||Thank You|
Thank you for the transfers. I appreciate your work with this and hopefully I can expand on how the puzzles of these people lives went together. I did not know about this older cemetery as when we took Grandma to do the rounds on Memorial Day, I don't believe we were ever at that one. I was young at the time and always rushed around reading the headstones with fascination. Again thank you and good luck with your research.
Added by Cathy on Apr 04, 2014 5:39 AM
|Cathy ||RE: David & Lovina Bottorff|
Robin: Yes, I would like them transferred to me. And, I appreciate the work that you have done. It is cool to look for someone from so far in the past and have them appear on the screen. Thank you.
Added by Cathy on Apr 03, 2014 5:29 AM
|Kerry Lighty||RE: Blanche G. Leighty Lucy|
No, I haven't done that, but I will. Thanks!
Thank you for the transfers.
Is the Failor grave which you have provided info for a husband of a relative and no direct relative for you. I notice you say nothing about researching in PA. I am trying to find a Failor family from which my great grandmother may be a descendant. She was Mary Magdaline Failor married to Joseph Burkhart in Lurgan Twp., Franklin County, PA. I am finding many Failors from her Lurgan or Miffline Twp. but nothing that connects with her. If you have time to give me any suggestions, I would be grateful. I have wondered if she may have had a grandfather with the last name Mcilwain or McElwaine since she named her oldest living son William Mcilwain. If you have time to give me any help, I will appreciate it. June Byers Gibble Thanks for taking time to read this.
|Patricia||RE: Memorial 52705602|
You are welcome
Added by Patricia on Jan 10, 2014 3:54 PM
Believe wrong tombstone picture for this memorial for Russell E Miller
Added by Patricia on Jan 09, 2014 4:17 PM
|Dan G.||James Foreman|
Re: Transfer of James Foreman
Sure, that would be great!. All of the Foremans in Union Cemetery, then would complete the family.
Thank you for your kind offer. Dan G.
Added by Dan G. on Oct 09, 2013 7:04 PM
|Bonnie Wolfe||RE: Glen William Kesler Jr|
This is Bonnie Wolfe, I wrote to you some time ago about Glen William Kesler Jr #85999906. I am also related to him on the Overmyer side. I have been looking for quit some time to see if his wife had passed away and can't find anything on her. Her name is Ruth G. FORKER KESLER born in 1919. I suppose it's possible she is still living but highly unlikely. If you haven't heard anything I am not that far from the cemetery so I could make a trip there.
Miss hearing from you.
Thanks so much
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