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|While I had used Findagrave for several years, I finally became a member while working on a church history project. Later, I added memorials for my family, and then, I started photographing and adding entire cemeteries. My main interests are my family cemeteries and African-American cemeteries. |
Please use the EDITS tab at the top of the memorial page if you want changes made or memorials transferred to you.
Fairview Cemetery in New Albany, IN, has been completely photographed. Most plats are already finished being added. There are just a few still in the process. Cemeteries that have been completely photographed (except for new burials) and added are:
Clark Co., IN
Floyd Co., IN
Finley or Findley
Grant Line United Methodist Church
Holy Trinity (rear half only)
Saint Mary Catholic, New Albany
Lincoln Co., KY
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|cardfan42||Stuart Mumaw #63082069|
I would like to ask you to transfer management of this memorial to me. Stuart is my brother. I would greatly appreciate it. Thank you!
|Linda Sue Standish||Memorial 117875363 Nancy C. Brown looted grave|
You may wish to learn concerning this memorial of yours that the Indiana Dept. of Natural Resources is investigation the looting of this grave! See below. See also her memorial for their photo (which is public record) which I added to the site. DNR is trying to locate living relatives. Perhaps this will help in that regard.
Division of Law Enforcement
Indiana Department of Natural Resources
402 W. Washington St.
Indianapolis, IN 46204-2748
For immediate release: June 15, 2016
Indiana Conservation Officers Investigating Grave Looting (Harrison County).
Indiana Conservation Officers are investigating after a grave was unearthed in a rural cemetery in Harrison County. With no suspects, Conservation Officers are seeking help from the public, in hopes of bringing justice to the person or persons who destroyed the gravesite.
Earlier this spring, Indiana Conservation Officers were called to a vast, wooded tract of land in southeastern Harrison County, where a landowner had made a startling discovery. The gravesite of Nancy Brown, who died in 1881, at the age of 47, had been completely exhumed.
Indiana Conservation Officers, along with the Indiana Department of Natural Resources Archaeologists, conducted a survey of the gravesite and collected evidence, which was sent to the laboratory for analysis. Due to the remote location of the cemetery, an exact timeframe of when the damage occurred is unknown.
The Harrison County Public Library Genealogy Department lent their assistance with tracing genealogy of Brown’s family. To date, no living relative has been located.
Anyone with any information concerning this case is encouraged to contact Indiana Conservation Officers’ Central Dispatch at 812-837-9536, or their anonymous tip line at 1-800-TIPIDNRÂ FREE.
Media contact: Indiana Conservation Officer Jim Schreck, DNR Law Enforcement, 812-972-0618, firstname.lastname@example.org
Indiana DNR Law Enforcement District 8
3084 North Dillard Road
Birdseye, IN 47513
|AZ Susi||RE: Sarah C. Burris VanWinkle|
I didn't originally add the gravestone photo for the Sarah E. but I sent a message to the lady that did and asked her to remove them.
Added by AZ Susi on May 27, 2016 7:45 PM
|Terri Kallio||Florence Bending 95320382|
You suggested wording is great - thank you!
|Charles R. Villarreal||Jessel Kinser Layman FG#62027563|
Again I make a request that you transfer the FG# above wife of my brother Joseph Layman (FG#62027278) to my member acct# 47344805
|Charles R. Villarreal||Joseph Layman FG#62027278|
I am requesting that you transfer the above person who is my brother to my membership # 47344805
|Charles R. Villarreal||Esther L. Adam FG# 60990994|
If you would like clarity and the correct census records & newspaper articles to understand Esther's relationship to Robert L. Hinton FG#60983985 I need your email address to send them
|Ellen K.S.T.||Ola K.B. White|
Hi there... My name is Ellen Sherman Todd. My granny was Ola White; I am her daughter's daughter. She and T.O. White actually had 7 children. My mother is the last one who is still living. 'So cool to see her memorial here! THANK YOU!
|Philip Townsend||Flora Braden|
Record #: 89805127
I am sorry but I proposed an incorrect edit to the record for Flora. Please reject, sorry!
|Sandy Whalen-Bauer||Charlotte Whalen transfer please|
Would you please transfer Memorial 63281316 to me ? This is my great great grandmother. According to the 1900 census, she stated she was born Jun 1815 in SC.
Her obit reads:
At Ripe Old Age
Mrs. Charlotte Whalen ninety-five years of age and one of the oldest residents of the city, died yesterday afternoon at the home of her daughter, Mrs. William Greenaway, 1118 Shelby street. Her death was due to the infirmities of advanced age.
Mrs. Whalen was a native of South Carolina, but had lived in this city for three quarters of a century. Besides Mrs. Greenaway, she is survived by two sons, James Whalen, of Monroe City, Ind., and John Whalen, who lives in Missouri. She was the widow of Edward Whalen.
New Albany Tribune
Friday, January 15, 1909
Mrs. Charlotte Whalen, widow of Edward Whalen, died last Friday afternoon as the home of her daughter, Mrs. William Greenaway, 1118 Shelby street, of the infirmities of old age. She was ninety-five years old and was a native of South Carolina. She leaves three children, Mrs. Greenaway, James Whalen, of Monroe City, Ind., and John Whalen, who lives in the west. She was a member of the Christian church. The funeral services were held Sunday afternoon from the residence and the body was taken to Sellersburg for burial.
New Albany Evening Tribune
January 11, 1909
The funeral of Mrs. Charlotte Whalen took place yesterday afternoon from the home of her daughter, Mrs. William Greenaway, 1118 Shelby street, and the body was taken to Sellersburg for burial.
John William Whalen is my great grandfather and is buried in Wayne County, IL at Farnsworth Cemetery along with his wife Mary Susan Maulding. I have photographed both of their gravestones (and all other gravestones in that cemetery).
Indiana Deaths, 1882-1920
Name: Charlotte Whalen
Date: 8 Jan 1909
Location: New Albany
Age: 95 Yr
Source location: City Health Office, New Albany
Source notes: The source of this record is the book CH-21 on page 46 within the series produced by the Indiana Works Progress Administration.
Sandy Whalen-Bauer (#47866139)
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