|Ed Hitchcock (#46965695)|
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|I am working with the Indiana Society Sons of the American Revolution Graves Project locating Rev. War Patriot Graves, taking pictures of them and having them put on the Indiana Society SAR Graves Website.|
The website is www.inssar.org. This is a state wide project trying to locate as many graves as possible.
I am a member of the Daniel Guthrie Chapter SAR, Indiana Society.
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|janicet||Same for Jesse Henson|
Same for Jesse Henson memorial #50767928
Added by janicet on Jul 01, 2012 11:12 AM
Is there any way you could crop the photo that you posted for Joseph Lawrence memorial #13034229 so that there is no white space? It would be greatly more readable. Thanks, Janice
Added by janicet on Jul 01, 2012 11:11 AM
|john thrasher||Benjamin Rosecrans|
I got that information from Abstracts of rev.war patriots off Ancestry.com. I do not know if he has a stone or not. It reads (Rosecrans,Benjamin)Cem. perry co ind.,location Tobinsport Ind., Abstract of graves of rev. war patriots, Vol.3,p-Serial 9787; volume 5. He died 30 Dec. 1834 in Perry County ind. I hope you find a tombstone for him. My Dad who was born in 1886 in Tobinsport mentioned him to us. My dads Mother was Mary Alpha Rosecrans. She was Benjamins great grand daughter. Good Luck. John T.
|Susan (Haldeman) Fowler||Joseph Lawrence photo|
regarding your message:
Find A Grave contributor Ed Hitchcock has made a suggestion to you regarding your Find A Grave memorial for Joseph Lawrence.
Link to memorial: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=13034229
Link to contributor profile: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=mr&MRid=46965695
Email address of contributor: firstname.lastname@example.org
This photo of the gravesite of Joseph Lawrence was taken by Ed Hitchcock in December 2002 who is the Indiana Society SAR Graves Committee Chairman.
you really should crop your photos so there is not so much white space around them.
|The Professor||William Van Goder, Rev.War Vet.|
I was wondering if you knew of any resources, either historical or genealogical, about this veteran. I spoke with the director of The Lake of The Red Cedars museum and she had no idea of this person, and I also spoke with a state officer of VFW and he also was not familiar with the name. He said that the Cedar Lake Post has been dissolved and could not tell me where I could go further with my research.
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