|George Findley (#46802042)|
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I'm a father of four children have grandchildren, great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren a. I'm a retired electrician from the IBEW local 481 Indianapolis, IN served in 82 Airborne Div from 1951 to 1954. First genealogy was with two aunts in 1950 they stopped 1985 they did it the hard way letter writing no computer or internet, I got the bug. After they stopped I took it up in 1995 when I retired have enjoyed doing genealogy and working with Find a Grave now. I take care of the Findley and Kelly Cemeteries in Jackson Co., IN have since 1995.|
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|Irene Walls Barrett||John Henry Findley|
There duplicates of Henry Findley. I took over one established in May 2010 and see you did one in Jan of that year. I hate to delete mine because it has more information.
|Beverly Whitlow||Claude Asbell|
Hi, I am Beverly Asbell Whitlow, daughter of Harold Asbell, son of Claude and Cora Asbell. I remember the Findley name from my grandfather's funeral. Thank you for doing such a good job of historical work on our small family. You can contact me at my e-mail, which I assume you will get from the previous requested information. Otherwise, I am in Indianapolis, Indiana. Again, thank you so very much. If you would like or need additional info, I can probably get it for you.
|Paul Whitecotton||RE: Moses Whitecotton Sr|
George, It is very true what you say about the internet. There is a great difference between finding convoluted conclusions on the internet that people have come to that to them "make sense" and someone actually doing the leg work, going to the courthouses and libraries and researching records. I will go to Montgomery County to see if I can find the death records for my GGG parents Harrison and Margaret then perhaps I could find their sites, I think they may be in Freedom Cemetery. I have seen many records showing Moses (Jr.) and Sarah (Kincaid) in Putnum County until they passed, that would be my next task. If there is anything you would like me to do for you, please let me know. Paul
|Paul Whitecotton||Moses Whitecotton Sr|
George, First of all, thank you for all of your hard work putting together the site, I think it's great. Many years ago I tried to trace my lineage but it seemed confusing when it came to Moses Whitecotton. Part of the confusion was the fact that "Moses" had been a common name that was pasted on through out the many branches of the family. My GG Grandfather's name was Harrison Whitecotton from Putnum County, Indiana, son of Moses Whitecotton also from Putnum County. During my earlier search the dates and locations of Moses and Harrison just didn't seem to make sense. I had pretty much giving up and just accepted that the records perhaps were wrong or mixed up over the years. Then, just recently, I found your record of the grave site of Moses Whitecotton Sr. in Decatur County, Indiana, which just happens to be the county I just moved to about a year ago. When I saw the posting of Moses Whitecotton Sr. it hit me, even though it didn't list his son Moses on your site, there must of been a junior. And sure enough I found the connection. Moses Whitecotton Sr. had two sons, Moses (junior) and Harrison. My GGG Grandfather Moses Whitecotton Jr. FINALLY, to the point of my message to you. I would like Moses Whitecotton Jr. added to Moses Whitecotton Sr. children list. I plan to find Moses Jr. and Harrison's grave sites in the coming weeks, along with my own father's Billy Richard Whitecotton. Thanks again, Paul M. Whitecotton
|Mary Benell||William Hooper|
Thank you, Thank you, Thank you. Now all of the family is together. Mary
|Mary Benell||Virgil Henry Hooper|
Would you be so kind as to transfer my Uncle over to me so that I can update information on him. He was a brother to my grandmother Delilah Catherine Hooper Benell (son of William Hooper and Lorana Green Hooper)
|Lisa Larimore||Emma E. Brown|
I noticed that you put up a picture of Emma E. Brown/Mann and I was wondering if you know her full name. She was the sister of my g-g-great grandfather Moses Willard Burgess and I'm just very curious to know her full name. Where did you get that photo? I also wonder if you have any other family photos, possibly with some of my ancestors in them. Thank you so much!
|Dorothy Hazel Tarr||Thank You|
Just wanted to drop you a note to say thank you for all the things you do for findagrave. I think we are related.
My 4th great grandparents are--
Abel Findley Sr [Find A Grave Memorial# 45727291]
and his wife
Rebecca Courtney Findley [Find A Grave Memorial# 45727329]
Their son Abel Findley Jr is my 3rd great grandfather; and his daughter Elizabeth Jane Findley Jennings is my 2nd great grandmother; and her daughter Mary Grace Jennings Scott is my 1st great grandmother.
Dorothy Hazel Tarr (#47776571)
|Eileen Gronberg||RE: Burrell, Rebecca Robertson|
I did try your e-mail again, thought I had left out the dash the first time. Tried it again and I still get a message that it is not recognized.
I will put the picture of what I think is Rebecca's grave stone that I took, on her memorial at Find A Grave. You can take a look at it there and see what you think. If you can zoom in on it, Rebecca is at the top, written in a curve rather than a straight line. Two lines below the last five letters look to me like rrell.
Hope you can zoom in on it, it will show up better.
I will put it on the Robertson Cemetery site.
|Eileen Gronberg||RE: Burrell, Rebecca Robertson|
I forgot to mention that my Dad was an electrician with the IBEW 212 in Cincinnati.
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