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I was born in Warrick County, Indiana and now live in Jackson County Indiana. I was a teacher and Princpal for 38 years. I am a past President of the Jackson County Genealogy Society. I do return to Warrick County for research at times. My immigrant ancestor is Robert Day. He landed in 1634 in Newtown, Ma.|
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|Gaye Hill||Dr.Samuel Wort|
Thank you so much for the really great photo on Dr. Samuel Wort's monument.
It was great to have such detail, I was able to read and add his birthdate and location.
Thank you for being a Find A Grave volunteer.
|Karen Hill||Laurin J Schmidt # 25298380|
May I use the photo that you took of his headstone for my Ancestry. com Tree ?
Thank you, Karen
|JoLynn Mangum Cooper Self||Jay family|
Thank you so much for the headstone photos of my family.
|JoLynn Mangum Cooper Self||Jay family - fixed|
|Terry Goodwin||RE: Lois Reed|
You are very welcome, glad to have been of help.
|mhj||Levi Goff and Bersheba "Trowbridge" Denny|
Do you happen to know where they may be buried. They lived in the west half of the northwest quarter of section 19 in Grassy Fork Twp, Jackson County, Indiana when they died. Levi died 24 Dec 1844 and Bersheba died in 1846. Levi's parents are David and "Hannah" Goff Denny from Washington County. Bersheba's parents are Joseph and Rachel "Battershell" Denny. Joseph is buried at the Samuel Stone Denny Cemetery southeast of Salem on the farm of Levi's father David Denny. Rachel is buried at the Waskom Cemetery at Tampico. I wonder if the Denny's may be buried there also or possibly on the farm.
Added by mhj on Apr 27, 2011 10:21 PM
|Paula||Nehemiah Wheeler (50232481)|
Mr. Day, Thanks so much for your help with the memorial of my ancestor Nehemiah Wheeler. I live in Washington state and don't know when I would ever get to Indiana to do this research myself. I Have noted in my file the info you found. If I can be of any assistance to you in your quest of your family history, please let me know.
Added by Paula on Mar 31, 2010 11:50 AM
|Beverly Davis Valcovic||Indiana Hancock|
Thank you so much for the photo of the marker for Indiana Hancock's grave!
|Suzanne Lee||Thank you!|
Thank you so much for the photo of Benjamin Newkirk's gravestone! I am so excited to have it, and I really appreciate your efforts. Thank you also for looking for his wife Alice/Alsey's stone -- sorry you couldn't find it, but sometimes the markers just aren't there any more.
Thanks again --
Thank you so much for the photos of the Wray's family headstones. I appreciate it very much.
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