|Judi Baumgarner (#46982511)|
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|Deborah (Vetrone) Long||Jean Goodman Alexander - 28456409|
I am traveling to Canton Ohio soon and plan to photograph some headstones of my relatives. If you can find the plot information for Jean, I'll see if I can find her headstone, okay?
The number for the North Lawn Cemetery is - Phone: (330) 494-0641
|Dalene Royer||John T. Alexander|
Thank you for clearing that up -- I am sure there were several things in the census that were messed up -- either people couldn't spell or didn't hear the right name. I do have one other question for you -- is it possible that John T. Alexander and your Milton G. could have been cousins? Do you have the lineage of Milton's father James as to who may have been his brothers? I ask this because John T. and Eliza Alexander lived in the same area as your Milton G. in Rock Creek Bartholomew County according to Milton's Military records. Thank you for your help in this matter. Dalene Royer
|Dalene Royer||Alexander Family history|
Hello, I am trying to find my family links. I was just wondering if you are doing the Alexander family linage. I am trying to trace my gg-grandfather John T. Alexander to the James Harvey Alexander family. According to the 1850 census John Alexander was listed living with James and Margaret in Franklin County, Indiana at the age of 18. This would match up with my gg-grandfathers age. I have not been able to link any family to him -- since everything shows him in Bartholomew County -- one of the Bartholomew genealogists suggested he might be connected to this family. John T. Alexander was married to Eliza Ellen Hamm and had two children when he joined the Civil War. He was a prisoner or war and was killed on the Sultana in 1865. Do you think this could be part of your family. I hope you are connected to the Alexander family and that we might share information. Thank you for your help. Dalene Royer
The newer stones for Paul Edward, John Edward, Ada Mae, and Thomas Edgar Craig are located in Section E, not Section A. I did not see the older markers in Section E.
Added by Bud Winn on Aug 05, 2015 2:18 PM
Judi, Would you call me on Ruth Carol Alexander.
Thank you. 317-477-4387 Rita
Added by RJNP on Aug 19, 2014 1:35 PM
|Lois Metzger Gilbert||Photo Elizabeth Happel|
Thank you for posting the Find A Grave info and photos. I was wondering if that photo was taken of Elizabeth and Abraham Transue and what year that may have been. Do you have that photo and would you mind if I used it on my FamilySearch Tree??
I am a descendant of the Transue line and would love to share information with you if you would like to see it. Abraham Transue is my 1st cousin 4 times removed.
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Than You ,
Lois Metzger Gilbert
I can not thank you enough for your kind message, It is much valued on this day.
I appreciate you
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|Trish Bliss||Indpls home for aged women|
The Indianapolis Retirement Home was incorporated March 11, 1867, under the name The Indianapolis Home for
Friendless Women. A building was built to house it in 1870, but that structure burned the same year and another was
built on the same sight at Capitol and 18th streets. The funds for this new building came from the City Council of
Indianapolis and the Marion County Commissioners, as well as from private contributions. A portion of the funding
for the home came from the collection of fines for certain types of crimes committed in the city. In 1881 the city and
county stopped this funding and instead each paid $600.00 annually for the upkeep of the home. All government funds
were cut off in 1941, since which private contributions and entrance fees have supported the home.
In 1910 a new wing was built and the older structure of the home remodeled. Three years later the institution changed
its name to the Indianapolis Home for Aged Women and ceased to take in children and transient women. It kept this
name until 1936, when the home was reorganized under new laws governing nonprofit corporations. The name was
then changed to the Indianapolis Home for the Aged, to allow it to aid aged men as well as women, though this never
In 1959 a new building was built next to the old one, at 1731 North Capitol, by D.A. Bohlen and Son Architects. This
addition allowed the home to expand to 75 residents. In 1976 the Board of Directors of the home changed the name to
the Indianapolis Retirement Home, by which title it is still called.
|Susan Herrera||James, Joseph & Eliz Alexander|
Thx Judi. I'm interested in your James & siblings Joseph & Elizabeth Alexander you mentioned. Is your tree online or would you be willing to email me more info? firstname.lastname@example.org. thx, Susan
|Susan Herrera||Alexander Family Bible|
Hello Judi -
You mention an "Alexander Family Bible". Does this bible give any information regarding your James Alexander's (b 1798 d. 1865) parents or siblings? I am interested in a Jacob Alexander Family that resided in Union/Franklin Co. IN & moved to Hamilton Co. IN in early 1830's. Thanks! Susan
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