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I live in Indianapolis, Indiana and most of my ancestors settled in this state between 1819-33 and later from 1855-1860 during the Irish migration period. I appreciate the hard work of other contributors to Findagrave.com which has been a big help to my own genealogical quest. Therefore I am trying in a small way to give back with photos I've accumulated of people on Findagrave and when possible, photos of their tombstones which I've taken over the years.|
I invite inquiries if you're related to someone I've added to Findagrave.com
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|Sue McDuffe:)||John Nicholas Query122607989|
PRP: "thanks very much for adding the photos for John!"
|Mike Rastatter||RE: Ottie B. Query|
Sorry for "mis-correction", you're on it.
I have deleted my "correction".
Have a great day.
Thank you for creating the virtual cemetery for the early policewomen, I discovered it today. My great aunt Sadie Osborne is among them. It's terrific that you have found so many old photos of these women and added them to their memorials. Kind regards, Barb L.
|Judy Ebersole||RE: Rebecca Nichols|
Please email me so we can talk more about this
|Timeless||RE: Apologies - correction needed|
He's been removed. Thanks! :)
Added by Timeless on Dec 22, 2014 11:31 AM
|M. Richards||RE: Ezekiel|
These Ezekiel Moores are two different men. "Zeke" was born about 1721 in Prince George's County according to St. Barnabas Episcopal Church in Maryland and Bible records. I know of six Ezekiel Moores in my ancestry. I have an Ezekiel Moore married to a Providence Bennett (? not positive of surname), he was around 85 or 86 years old when he died. He and Providence (Dency) had nine known children, I believe. Thanks for asking about "Zeke".
Holiday Blessings to you and yours.
|BluMoKitty||Eugene Jacob Boblits 53752077|
Thank You for your note, yes it is a wonderful photo of Eugene, Yes by all means use his photo for your book, it will compliment your book, and Thank You for asking it is appreciated, Regards Blumokitty
|Marlayne Boblett||RE: Request|
I believe you might be Patrick Pearsey that I corresponded with years ago? If so, I owe you a lot for some of the information you've passed along, if not, please forgive my remarks.
Of course you may use those photos and cannot tell you how much I appreciate you asking. It's funny because I planned on writing a book about John Charles and Samuel Morgan Boblett in the near future, so collaberation would definitely help.
Others have helped me with information and photos throughout the years as well. The photos I've posted, may also be in the Sharlot Hall Museum, but mine are in my possession and not duplicated from them. You may feel free to email me if you need further information. There is still some straightening out to get done, but my health has caused delays. Thank you again!
|Casey Winningham||Amy Haltom Stevens|
Thanks for the correction.
|Anne Woods||Suzanne Tice|
Dear PRP~ Thank you so much for the picture of Suzanne's stone. Very unique stone. I appreciate your time. Again thank you. Anne
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