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Larry Benner (#46569955)
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I was born January 12 1937 in Logansport Indiana. I was first interested in cemeteries when I was 5 years old and visited with Jim Lesh ( born 1866) who was the care taker of Pleasant Hill (Keeps Creek ) Cemetery in Cass County Indiana. Jim knew most of the people buried there. (Member since 3/8/2003)
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Dianna Neukircher
David Alan Bryan
I am not saying you are wrong but I think you may be. David born and passed on July 14, 1967. You have the parents as Glen and Doris. I believe that these are the grandparents. That the actual parents are Gregory and Mary Bryan.

Could you please check the records and make sure that this is correct. Thanks
Added by Dianna Neukircher on Oct 23, 2016 10:23 PM
Vonda J Dowell
RE: Bethany Mullin
No, it does not, I must have just gotten names from it... here is the link:

You will probably have to copy and paste. It doesn't appear that she has a Find-a-Grave memorial.
Added by Vonda J Dowell on Aug 02, 2016 10:56 AM
Ellen Blakeslee
RE: Neal Hart

I am a genealogist who lives next door to Neal's brother, John and his wife. John passed in 2015 and Laverne is 88 but sharp as a wit. I will ask her if she knows of where a copy might be. What was the book about? Did you know the Hart family well or just Neal?

Looking forward to hearing from you.

Added by Ellen Blakeslee on Jun 11, 2016 7:05 AM
Ellen Blakeslee
RE: Neal Hart
Neal is not buried but cremated and no headstone.
Added by Ellen Blakeslee on Jun 09, 2016 3:56 PM
S Mitchell
RE: Thomas R Brown
Yes I am a cousin. Forest Brown was my Uncle. Tom moved out west and we have not sent Christmas cards for several years. I do send a card to Joe his brother every year. I will try to find Tom's address for you. It may take a little while. Are you having a class reunion?
Added by S Mitchell on May 30, 2015 7:21 AM
Sheridan Smith
RE: edits tab
I added your edits. Thank you very much for helping.
Added by Sheridan Smith on Mar 12, 2015 9:14 PM
Joyce Kelley
RE: Baum
Villera Baum and Retta Antrim please
Added by Joyce Kelley on Feb 10, 2015 8:45 AM
Joyce Kelley
The Villera and Retta Antrim Baum family. As I stated in my previous e-mail, Retta's birth surname is Tuttle and she and her brother and sister went by her mother's maiden name all of their lives. As far as I can tell, even her children did not know any different. I would like to connect her to her family.
Thank you,
Villera and Retta are my grea0t-grandparents
Added by Joyce Kelley on Feb 10, 2015 5:08 AM
Joyce Kelley
Villera Baum and Retta
Larry -
I added the birthdates for Villera and Retta. They are my great-grandparents. Also, after extensive research it was found that Retta went my her mother's maiden name - her actual birth name was Tuttle. I have all the information regarding that family line also.
If you would be willing, I would like to take over this family so I can add the extensive info I have found.
Thank you,
Joyce Fleming Kelley
Added by Joyce Kelley on Feb 09, 2015 9:03 AM
Sheridan Smith
RE: edits tab
Thank you. Haven't checked in awhile. Life has been busy in my world lately.
Added by Sheridan Smith on Oct 13, 2014 3:19 PM
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