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I am a retired Marine Corps Gunnery Sergeant doing research on my genealogy, mainly family surnames of Fowler, Sare, Byrd, Chaney, Rice, Alcorn, Hook, Cross, Conder, Thomas, Doane, Applegate, Deckard, Baker, Curry, Young, Greer, Randles, Kirkman, and Gore...and the relatives thereof.|
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|Tamara Speelmon||Glen Fowler|
Glen Fowler from Bloomington, IN who died in France during WWII is my uncle. My Father was his younger brother Donald. I am diligently working on our family genealogy. We were always told that Glen was adopted but have no birth name. I have been attempting to locate adoption records, birth certificates, etc. for him. I fear there is no adoption record. Should anyone run across anything on him or know of his birth family. Please feel free to contact me.
Tamara (Fowler) Speelmon
|Marilyn Gayle Thompson Kimmel||Margarite Kirkman|
I saw you left a memorial as a cousin to Margarite Kirkman #58856707 in Springville Cemetery West in Lawrence county, IN. Do you know who her parents were? She is buried near Clarence and Clara Kirkman and their obits say they were preceded in death by an infant daughter. Would this be her? I manage this cemetery, but we had no info on Margarite. Thank you.
|cheryl moat||Yvonne Wells Moat link on memorial|
I saw that you left flowers on my mother's memorial. I also saw that you research geneology and another of your names was Deckard. My grandmother was Eva Deckard - father was David, ggfather was William. Any relation and if so, do you have any insights about them or my mother's family? My mother and father are gone and I lost my sister Cathy in 2014 so I don't have anyone else to ask. You can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
|Mrs. Barbara Stokes||George Greer/Nancy Isom Greer|
Hi Mr. Fowler, this is Mrs. Stokes:
Sorry it took so long for me to reply to your question about the burial place of George Greer & Nancy Isom Greer.
Greer Cemetery is located in Marion Township in Lawrence County Indiana. I'm not sure of the coordinates but it might be in the city of Mitchell and probably on private land. I'm descended from their son Jesse Greer b)26 APR. 1832 Lawrence, IN d) 25 MAR. 1914 Marion, Lawrence, IN.
|Bob McClain||Willliam W Fowler|
I noticed that you list William W Fowler's birth place as Maryland, per the 1860, 1880 and 1910 census that I looked at, he lists his birthplace as Indiana, parents born in Maryland. Is there something else that shows he was born in Mayland?
|Cheryl Hartley, Harrison||hello cousin|
though we are distantly related thru Sarah and Sanford Belt, they were my great great grandparents, Id love to share any photos and info you may have on the family. I added two photos of them to your memorials, hope you don't mind. They are the only two I have of them individually, but I do have another photo of them with the kids my Great Uncle gave me. Martha Elnora Belt was my Great Grandmother and I manage her memorial along with my Grandparents, Russell and Leona Mae Cole Hartley.
any info to share would be great, I am on here off and on and research when i can find the time.
Thank you. Cheryl
Dear Mr. Fowler,
I see you have left a couple of messeges for Barbara Stokes about the location of the Greer Cemetery in Lawrence County, Indiana. I wonder if she ever contacted you and told you where the cemetery is. I have visited Lawrence County and have gone to the Isom Cemetery there. These early cemeteries are usually on a portion of a farm of the early inhabitants. The Isom and Cox family cemeteries are listed and very near to each other. I bet the Greer Cemetery is close by. These families all intermarried.
Anyway would love to hear from you if you know anything. I also am a ggg grandson of Nancy Isom and George Greer.
|Hoosier||Addition of a Bio.|
Hattie F Snow Fowler
Why don't check your Edits. I have sent you more then one.
If you do not want to take care of it then transfer the memorial to me.
Added by Hoosier on Jul 07, 2014 9:37 AM
|Hoosier||Bio for Aunt Hattie|
Hattie F Snow Fowler
Hattie F "Snow" Fowler was born Apr. 19, 1896 of John Jackson Snow and Rebecca Ellen "Graves" Snow, in Monroe County, Indiana. She was the 3rd child of a total of 6 children. The other 5 were all sons. When the 4th child, a son, Burgess Snow was born they were living in a little one room log house which stood off to the side of the old "Billy Carter Mill". This mill was on the Little Indian Creek in the newly formed community of Buena Vista. John Snow worked the mill along with Ezekiel Maxwell Linthicum who raised him from a very young age. Some years afterwards they moved to a farm that is called today "Snow Hill", south of Buena Vista on what is now called "South Snow Road". They bought the farm and built a new barn that is constructed with wooden pegs. The barn is still in good condition. They lived in the barn while they built a new house. They continued on the farm until they both died. Rebecca died in 1938 and John died in 1955.
The family was members of the Union Church formed in 1860. They continued in the Christen faith and attended church. Some participated as singers and speakers. Hattie joined the church Jan 3, 1912.
Hattie married Ivan Thomas Fowler November 12, 1914 in White County, IN. They lived in Monroe County when their only child, Delmer Henry was born Dec. 20, 1915. On Sep. 23, 1930 he died at the age of 14 of peritonitis 4 days after surgery for a ruptured appendix. He was a freshman at Smithville High School.
Hattie was a wonderful aunt to seven nieces and eight nephews of the "Snow Family". At some time after Delmer died, they moved away from south Monroe County to Bloomington, Indiana. Hattie went to work at the "Schmaltz Department Store" on North Walnut St. That was where we as children of Burgess Snow got most of our clothing. Aunt Hattie was a great help on getting the best bargains. Sometime she would buy us cloths. She was always a happy, loving person and it was a joy for us to go to her house or for her to come to visit us. She was a great help when Grandpa Snow became bedfast and our mother, Florence Snow took care of him. We all loved her dearly and deeply miss her now.
Added by Hoosier on Jul 07, 2014 9:32 AM
|William Taber||Edwin McClain|
Memorial transfered. I don't have management of his wife and parents memorials, or brother Gerald.
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