|Jerald Wilson (#47085433)|
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I have been doing family research for over 30 years and have visited many of the graves of my family tree. I have taken pictures of the stones and graveyards and I have now began to add these pictures to the Find A Grave website. I will gladly give up management of any memorial, be sure to put Find A Grave in the subject line.|
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|GeniLuvR2U||Etter family-Johnson county|
I was wondering if you are a descendant of the Etter clan from Johnson county, IN. I am actively seeking any viable information on a Roselle Etter who was born March 3, 1864 in Johnson county and died December 31, 1931 in Pasadena, CA. So far all leads have hit a dead end. I'm sure there must be some connection as Etter isn't too common of surname.
|Cheryl Taylor||RE: transfer of memorials|
I did a transfer today. I have not been on here in a long time. sorry for the delay
|Lynn Burleson||Deer Cemetery II|
It just breaks my heart when I hear about cemeteries that have deteriorated. Thanks for getting back with me.
|Lynn Burleson||Deer Cemetery|
Hello. I noticed you posted photos of Deer Cemetery II that is located in Johnson County, Indiana. Could you tell me how to locate they cemetery. I would like to photograph the headstones.
|Taffy||46486716 Obediah Payne|
I believe this man was my 6x great grandfather. I see that the stone marker for Obediah and Jemima is not very worn and does not look like an original marker since it is not in the style of 1810. Do you know who placed the memorial stone and when?
Thank you for your work at findagrave.com
Added by Taffy on Sep 20, 2014 11:47 PM
|Sherry||Sarah Schooley Hughes|
Daughter of John Schooley 1727-1814 and Mary Wright. Married 13 Jan 1779 at Fairfax Monthly Meeting in Louden County, Virginia to Thomas Hughes. She migrated to Franklin County, Indiana with her children after her husband died in 1822. issue: Stacy, Hannah, Samuel, Hugh, Elizabeth, Elisha, Thomas A., Matthew, Sarah Marie, John, Lydia. Her son Thomas Hughes married his 1st cousin Sarah Schooley the daughter of William Schooley (her brother) and Hannah Brown.
should it read: Her son Thomas Hughes married his 1st cousin Ruth Schooley the daughter of William Schooley (her brother) and Hannah Brown.
Added by Sherry on Sep 05, 2014 3:48 PM
|Sherry||Girl in Warren Hughes memorial|
So are you also related to Warren Hughes & William S. Hughes.
Added by Sherry on Sep 04, 2014 5:20 PM
|Cathy Stroud||Loretta Stewart|
Oops, Loretta mentioned in my first message was my Great Great Grandmother not my Great Grandmother.
|Cathy Stroud||Chatfield Stewart, Finley Cemetery|
Chatfield Stewart born 30 Dec 1830 in Franklin County IN and died 24 Jan 1877 Decature County IN
His parents were Archibald Stewart and Elizabeth Montgomery.
You have him married 1st to Loretta then to Margaret White and their child as Lydia
He wasn't married to Loretta. Loretta was the daughter, full name Lydia Loretta born Abt 1858/59
All three are burried in the finley cemetery.
The mother, Margaret and daughter Loretta are also burried Finley cemetery but there are no birth and death dates on their stones. Loretta was my Great Grandmother. in three seperate census she is listed as:
Loretta Stewart, 1860 census, Clay County Ill, age abt. 1yrs She and her parents, Chatfield and Margaret and the three are living in household of her father's brother's family.
Lydia L. Stewart, 1870 census, Decatur County IN, age abt 12. Living with her parents, Chatfield and Margaret.
L. L. Stewart, 1880 census, Decatur County IN, age abt 22 Living with her mother Margaret and Loretta's own daughter named Dollie Birk. Dollie later Married William Henry Lockridge as Dollie Stewart and Dollie died 1898 giving birth to my Grandmother Lillie Alice Lockridge. Don't know yet why Dollie is listed this census as a Birk. Is possible her mother Loretta did not marry the father. Loretta's father Chatfield has died by this 1880 census.
|S.R.F.||Private William Gordon|
I posted a War of 1812 flag to his memorial! :)
Added by S.R.F. on Jul 10, 2014 1:11 PM
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