|Robert Lane (#46831261)|
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I am an amateur genealogist living in Indiana. I started researching in the 1990's. |
I have been researching not only my own family lines, but also those of many of my in-laws and other close relatives. As such, I have studied nearly 50 different family lines, mostly in Indiana (especially Vigo, Orange, Lawrence and Martin Counties,) but also in Kentucky, Tennessee and Kansas.
I've done research and transcription work for a number of Indiana USGenWeb sites, and have been a transcriber for the USGenWeb Census Project for many years.
Additions or Corrections:
I welcome additional information or corrections for my memorials.
Transfer of Ownership:
There are certain memorials that I would prefer to keep, but all others are open for discussion. Contact me if you are interested in one of my memorials.
You may copy my pictures and use them in your personal genealogy research. I would appreciate getting credit for the pictures you use. Please do not use my pictures in any way that involves charging money, or share them with people who will use them in this manner. This permission extends only to pictures I have posted, not to pictures others have posted on my memorials.
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Robert, I'm doing family genealogy research for one of my distant relatives from Floyd County, IN.
Long story short, my research brought me to this entry by you:
Any information you can provide about the source story about Millie pointing a gun at Robert and telling him the daughter wasn't his? When did that happen? She had two more children, and I'm researching a possible connection to one of them.
Thank you in advance!
Added by indymike on Sep 26, 2014 2:35 PM
|Barry Eugene Waynick||Memorial Transfer|
Greetings Mr. Lane,
Would you mind transfering these memorials to me as well as any other Waynicks you have for this cemetery? They are family members.
Thank you for doing what you do.
|Sheila Mobley||David Jones McDonald|
Thank you so very much for your kindness. The transfer came fast. I appreciate all you've done for me.
|Sheila Mobley||Elzora King-Patoka Chapel|
How quick was that! I've never received a transfer immediately---Thank you for your generosity. Blessings.
|Joe||re: transfer Lora King, etc.|
Thanks for the transfers this does complete my collections of King's.
Added by Joe on Apr 16, 2014 7:53 PM
|David Ballard||Ballard Tansfers|
Thanks for the Ames' Ballard transfers, Rob! I appreciate it and promise to take good care of them..
|Glenda Barry||RE: Hazel Picou and others|
I have transferred them to you. I'm always happy to transfer so don't hesitate to ask. Best wishes with your research!
|Glenda Barry||Hazel Picou|
I have transferred her over to you, there are a few others there that I can transfer if you want. Have a nice evening!
|Glenda Barry||Fred Picou|
Thank you for the info, I have added it. Let me know if you want them transferred over to you. There are 6 Picou family members buried there that I can transfer if you wish. Have a good weekend!
|David Peters||Col, Jacob Ogle|
I came across your posting of Col. Ogle's gravestone in Vigo,Indiana. One minor error he was born in Cumberland, Pa., not Va. In 1820 Cumberland,Pa. was divided up into a few counties, the main one that was formed was Perry, so he was was born 1791 Bartlett's Cove Penn Twp., Cumberland, Co., Pa.(now Perry)It's near the current town of Duncannon and close to current border with Cumberland co.
I'm a descendant of his brother James and his wife Rachel Willis. Jacob is probably named for his maternal grandfather Johann Jacob Weiser, the nephew of Conrad Weiser the noted frontiersman and Indian agent. Jacob's other brother John was also married to Martha Beatty the siosre of Sarah Beatty.
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