|Janet Ketchum Armbrust (#46868268)|
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|Born in Chicago, Cook Co., IL; graduate of De Pauw University, Greencastle, IN. Family historian and genealogical researcher since 1976, first in CO, secondly in WA and currently in NV. Compiler of two family histories; "Love is Love Forevermore, the Descendants of William and Euphemia (Jackson) Braden of Decatur Co., IN" (1985, Mount Vernon, WA) and "A Gathering of Ketchum Kindred, the Descendants of Benjamin and Rhoda (Benn) Ketchum of Decatur Co., IN." (1990, Mount Vernon, WA).|
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|Denby Brown||Jay Williams|
Updates completed. Thank You Denby
|Patricia||RE: Gertrude Donnell Bonner|
Happy to do it!
Added by Patricia on Apr 19, 2013 3:27 PM
|Cindy Clark||RE: Wilson Headstone Photos|
|Carol Ballinger||RE: Biddle, Huffman, etal|
You are most welcome.
|Carol Ballinger||RE: Louella Blacklidge|
You are welcome. Yesterday was a great day here to be out and about. You can use the photos any way you like.
|Patricia G Crawford||Luther Daniel Talkington|
He married Aila B Speers, daughter of Cornelius and Sarah Talley Speers. I believe that is the way you spell her name, Aila. If you want more information i can send it to you.
|M Masing||Herbert and Nellie|
Janet, Contrary to my personal feelings, and in favor of Clarity, I have deleted the two memorials that I created for Herbert and Nellie Pittenger Blacklidge. Hopefully the next time I will be asked in advance to link my earlier memorial to the cemetery instead of deleting all of the work that I put into them.
Added by M Masing on Mar 28, 2013 11:13 AM
|Kathryn Browning||RE: Farris Headstone Image|
You are very welcome.
|Lin||Biddingers in Glen Haven Cemetery|
I have transferred all the Biddingers I had in Glen Haven to you. There are still a couple more that are not mine.
Added by Lin on Dec 30, 2012 2:29 AM
|Patti||Samuel & Phoebe|
Delighted to see your postings on the Benns in Ebenezer. Do you think Samuel & Phoebe may have also been buried at Ebenezer?
Many of my ancestors were also buried there so I have worked for a good number of years to try and document all the burials there.
What a travesty ~ a pioneer cemetery desecrated with such great family histories and even a good number of honored US vets. Sickening isn't it? But this is a great way to memorialize this early cemetery.
My ancestors are Scofields, Stoughtons, Rybolts, Bensons, Marshalls, Pattons, Hearn, etc from Green Twp. Caleb was buried there~he was in War of 1812 from NY ... his tombstone did not survive but his wife, Margaret Prosser Scofield's thankfully did. No doubt some of their children who died young were also buried there ~ but, alas no record for them.
Write if I can be of help to you.
Added by Patti on Nov 27, 2012 8:55 PM
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