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|Shannon B||Bert Wyckoff - Mount Muncie|
Hi! I wanted to let you know I have fulfilled your request for Bert Wyckoff. He did not have a headstone (so I uploaded the main headstone and the spot he is buried), but his first wife, Suzanne did, along with her parents(Albert & Jane Gausz), grandparents(Albert & Maud Gausz), and aunts(Rosetta Willhardt & Mary Kate Williams). As well as Rosetta's husband, Herbert and Mary Kate's son, Clark. There was another: Elizabeth Bobenrieth, who is either related to the Gausz or Beeler side.
|Ancestor Searcher||RE: Mary Jones|
My pleasure!! People like you are the ones I went and photographed memorials.
|Dave & Joyce Humphrey||RE: James & Rachel Jackson Grove Hill Cem|
Glad to help out with the Jackson tombstone. Had a day off and it was a nice day, so decided to do volunteer photos at Grove Hill.
I noticed (and photographed) a Jackson tombstone right next to James and Rachel Jackson. It was faded, but it looks like it reads: S. Jackson, Died Dec 23 (or 28th?) 1835. Aged: (I think it says 53 years, the rest is not readable).
Is that a Father to James?
I'm curious - may look it up myself on Ancestry.com and either way, make a new FindAGrave listing.
|Kathy Nugent||RE: Margaret Vn Eman|
You're welcome! Many of my ancestors are buried here as well - Smileys, Newtons, Houks, and more.
|APRIL HAUBERT||Otto Gullard|
I was working in Forest Home Cemetary today..and Otto was one of my problem people.
Come to find out he is buried in a Potter's Field with no stone.
|Betty Susong||RE: Ellis & Maggie Gladden Tombstone|
You are most welcome. There were other Gladden's in the same area and I have added the pictures to them also.
|G. Frantz||RE: Fred & Anna Parvis|
You are welcome. Happy hunting!
|Leah Hubbard||RE: Dorothy Beavers|
|Montgomery Boone||RE: Stanford Parvis Photo Yorktown Cem|
Regretfully, anything once written on the other sides of the monument is long gone.
BTW, the overgrown look of this fine old place is not due to neglect. The site is included in a state-managed native prairie preserve.
|Susan F. H.||Elizabeth Doan Memorial|
I have a photo of a grave "E. Doan 1808". The date is not exactly the same as the one in your photo request. Do you think this could be the Elizabeth Doan you are looking for? Susan F. H.
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