|Jaqi ||Carl A Taylor - Indiana|
You have a photo posted of Carl A Taylor 46030928. He is my great grandfather's first cousin and I would be interested in posting that picture on Ancestry.com in my family tree. I am also curious as to the origin of the photo. Are you related to him?
Added by Jaqi on Aug 21, 2014 9:07 PM
|ANN ROGENSKI||RE: Photo|
Thanks for info.
I would like to add the photo of Harrison Porter Hood (# 45972454) to my family tree on Ancestry. He was my 8th cousin 2x removed ,not close but still family.
Ann Rogenski # 47180359
|Carol Wheelis||Re: George H. Rehm|
Thanks so much for the photo of George Hugo Rehm! I descend from his older sister, Amelia Rehm Speckman, who was my great-grandmother. I have posted a photo of their parents grave (Hugo and Magdalena Rehm) in Kansas.
Carol (Speckman) Wheelis
|Anonymous||Theodore A. Randall|
Edna A. Randall married my great uncle A. J. Gould. Together they had a daughter, Adelaide. I'm seeking information on Edna and Adelaide.
|Leon Barton||Thomas Schooley|
Thank you for the photo for Thomas Schooley.
|Diane Bland||John Quincy VanWinkle|
Just wanted to take a moment to thank you for adding a photograph of my great grandfather. It sure is special to have photographs of our ancestors!
|George Harger||William Twining Photo|
Thank you for the photo of William Twining. I love the old photos like that.
Thank you so much for taking and posting the photo of Smith tombstone. I appreciate it a lot.
|Catie & Will||Rosa Ripberger|
I missed half of your question. St. John's cemetery buts up to Fairview cemetery. It is in the Southeast corner of Fairvew and if you weren't familiar with the cemeteries, it would be difficult to tell where one ended and the other began. It does cause a lot of confusion. In some of the old obituaries, it is called Fairview, which makes for even more confusion. The obituary was found in the Tipton Tribune archieve, which is on line thru the Tipton Library website.
Catie and Will
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