|Judy Baker (#46946361)|
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My name is Judy Baker born and raised in Paoli, Indiana. I am researching Coulter, Cornwell, Jones,Baker, Marshell,Riddle,and Sturgeon family history. I also enjoy walking through cemeteries and taking stone photos!|
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|Ann Tomica||RE: Mavity|
Thank you for the offer but I am not directly related either. Ann
|LouJane Adams Wills||Moore Family|
I am researching the Joseph Moore family of Paoli, Indiana and would love to be able to use any headstone photos that you posted. I would gladly give credit to you and Find A Grave.
|PAULA HACKNEY MILLS||RE: Jennie Lin Baker|
I would love to send you the pictures. My sister also tried to photoshop them a bit which I will send also. If I find out which is which for sure on my side I will let you know. It would be nice to post the pictures on Find a Grave if we were sure. What e-mail address should I send it too? I don't see a way to make attachments here. My e-mail is PJM140C@aol.com. Thanks for you reply - Paula
|PAULA HACKNEY MILLS||Jennie Lin Wellls Baker|
My name is Paula Hackney Mills. My Great-great Grandmother was Sarah Elizabeth "Bettie" Hackney Ashley. She was friends with Jennie Lin Wells Baker(b. 1854, m. Vader Baker, buried Stampers Creek). My brother believes we were related to her as well. We recently got a copy of two tintypes side by side together of the girls when they were young but it does not specify which is which. We cannot be sure ourselves as some features on each seem to belong to Bettie and one of the tintypes face was more damaged than the other. We do not have another picture of Bettie when young and we were wondering if you had or knew of someone who had a picture of Jennie Lin so that we might compare and make a positive ID. I would be happy to send the picture to your e-mail address to look at. Thanks - Paula
|Bill McKern||RE: David L. Cornwell|
I believe John Murtha was the first Vietnam vet elected to Congress. He won his seat in a February, 1974 special election. Cornwell won his seat in 1976. I don't think any other Vietnam vets were elected to either the House or Senate before Murtha.
Here's one contemporary news article about Murtha being the first Vietnam vet in Congress:
Thanks for your kind words about the bio I did. If you want to add Cornwell to the famous listings, I think this bio conforms to the site's requirements for famous pages.
|Bill McKern||Bio for David L. Cornwell memorial|
I prepared a bio for Congressman Cornwell which meets Find A Grave's requirements. If you want to use it, please feel free.
1 -- Place of death -- Annapolis, Maryland.
2 -- Middle name -- Lance
3 -- Bio
United States Congressman. He attended Hillsdale College in 1964 and then joined the Army. He was trained as an operating room technician and served in Vietnam during the Vietnam War. After his 1968 discharge Cornwell attended the American University in Monaco for a year, and then became an executive with the Cornwell Company, a furniture making business owned by his family. In 1974 Cornwell attended Indiana University. In 1974 he was also an unsuccessful Democratic candidate for Congress, but in 1976 he ran successfully, serving one term, 1977 to 1979. As a member of the Veterans Affairs Committee, Cornwell was an advocate for increased study of health concerns and other issues particular to Vietnam veterans. He was an unsuccessful candidate for reelection in 1978, afterwards working as a foreign government liaison for the US Department of Labor. Cornwell was later employed as a lobbyist, and was a security consultant for embassies, prisons and other government facilities.
|Dan Stevenson||Manship Photo|
Thanks so much for adding thephoto of Mary Rominger Manship's grave marker and adding a memorial for her husband. I appreciate it very much.
San Diego, California
Judy, do you know anyone who can do research for me in Salem, IN?
Added by Amber on Oct 14, 2012 9:24 AM
|Amber ||Benjamin Potter Picture|
Thank you for putting the photo on this site.
Added by Amber on Oct 14, 2012 9:22 AM
Thanks again, Judy, for the headstone pic of John Campbell. As always, you do good work!
Added by Chiquita on Sep 30, 2012 12:17 AM
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