|Joanne T (#47310582)|
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I started doing family research in August of 2003, and just can't stop!!! I love to go to cemeteries and look for headstones.|
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|Benjamin Gaines||RE: Katie Coursey|
You are welcome!!
|Prairie wind & her old salt/usnr||RE: Lough Family|
You are quite welcome
|jim gillis||RE: Solomon Dunagan|
I aplogize, I did find his gravestone I will be uploading it as soon as I send out this message to you. I knew I had only found 2 or 3 out of 16 or more photo requests for Pleasant Valley. Glad I found his stone after all.
|jim gillis||RE: Solomon Dunagan|
I had the hardest time locating this cemetery, I kept confusing it with Mt. Pleasant which is also in Parke County but quite a distance in the opposite direction. Nice older cemetery still being used. Sad that so many graves were unmarked.
|robin pellicci moore||RE: David Wardlaw Lyon|
I no longer add articles to the photo sections so feel free to add it to his memorial. I'll delete my unknown burial this evening to give you a chance to save it in case you haven't already.
|Debbie (Strain) Gillam||Strain Clan in South Carolinia|
I am looking for anyone who might have information John Strain Sr born abt 1795 in South Carolina and died 1849 in Shelby County, Alabama he married Margaret Jane Miller May 2,1826 in Shelby County Alabama. I haven't been able to get no information on the South Carolina Clan some suggest he was born Abbeville, South Carolina. I do not know who his parents are as yet have not found any info and nobody else has either. I am also a "STRAIN" before marriage. William Strain Sr is my great great grandfather the son of John Strain Sr. These are my ancestors. His children were John Strain Jr, william Strain Sr, Robert Strain, Jane Strain, Martha Strain. Saw this memorial thought would not hurt to see if anyone has information on the south Carolinia clan. Thanks.
|Connie Clark||RE: Henry Moore|
You are very welcome, it was our pleasure. Connie and Wayne
|Tombstone Treasures||Leonard James Englert|
Here is the obit I found:
"Gazette, The (Colorado Springs, CO) — Friday, January 15, 1993
LEONARD J. ENGLERT, 77, of Colorado Springs died Jan. 12, 1993, at a local hospital. He had been a bartender at The Broadmoor hotel for 30 years.
A memorial service will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday at the Swan-Law Funeral Home chapel, 501 N. Cascade Ave. Burial will be at Evergreen Cemetery.
Swan-Lawn is handling arrangements.
Mr. Englert was born March 12, 1915, in Lodgepole, Neb., to Frank and Lois (Lough) Englert. He lived in Colorado Springs most of his life.
He was in the Navy from 1940 to 1945 and was a member of Elks Lodge 309, the Veterans of Foreign Wars and the Disabled American Veterans.
He was married June 23, 1965, in Colorado Springs to Mary Ellen (Rogers) Englert, who survives.
He also is survived by four daughters, Patty Scott of Woodland Park, Katie Conway of Chipita Park, Ruth Scott of Rupert, Idaho, and Karen Marshall of Loveland; three sons; George Rogers of Fort Collins, Ralph Rogers of North Augusta, S.C., and Robert Rogers of Colorado Springs: a brother, Kenny; a sister, Jeanee Newcomb; a stepsister, Joyce McNew; and 21 grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by three brothers and a daughter, Linda Cowan.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Alzheimer's
Research Organization, 2215 N. Cascade Ave., Colorado Springs 80907 or Elks Lodge 309, attention Ray Peters, Box 7165, Colorado Springs 80933."
|Kerry||RE: Caliente Cemetery|
Thank You, Thank You!! A boy scout troop was working on it last year, but they didn't get that many pics posted..
Added by Kerry on May 29, 2016 6:13 AM
Thank you so much Joanne for the pics you shot at the Caliente Cemetery.. it's out of the way and hard to get someone in the area... much appreciate your efforts!!
Added by Kerry on May 28, 2016 6:53 PM
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