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M.Hix (#47162658)
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Thank you so much for filling my photo request.
Added by Dıehard on Aug 01, 2015 6:38 AM
Courtney Carpenter
RE: George Waber
You're very welcome! There are lots of other Wabers buried in that cemetery, if that is helpful in your research.
Added by Courtney Carpenter on Jul 25, 2015 12:30 PM
Cheryl Hall
RE: Jack Fortune
Your welcome!
Added by Cheryl Hall on Jan 17, 2015 6:21 PM
RE: Maxine and Loren Florell
You're quite welcome!
Added by Sharon on Dec 08, 2014 4:22 PM
RE: Edward and Ann Hudson
We are keyed in on this cemetery. I work with the local cemetery commission. A builder has started a subdivision back by this cemetery and even though he is required by Indiana law to stay 100 feet from the cemetery boundary, he has not followed this law. DNR was called in and they are in the process of reviewing this infraction. Because we have so many missing stones in this cemetery, this is especially important to us. I have a personal reason for concern as my husband's family-Trues, Hawk and Ashcrafts are buried there also. Feel free to contact me anytime for updates. Every time we have been to the cemetery within the past year, we have found more stones! I do know that there are a number of native stones so it is possible that there is not a gravestone.
Added by CLukerTrue on Aug 04, 2014 11:17 AM
David Bays
Lewis Gene Milner
Hi Marsha. Do you have any information about the spouse (s) of Lewis Gene Milner (1925-1971), father of Tammy Jeanine. I have no name or dates. Thanks.

David Bays - Prescott, WI
Added by David Bays on Nov 12, 2013 8:33 AM
Kenneth E Holmes
RE: Elmer Ray Grim
Thank you very much. Normally I wouldn't ask to have a news article posted to a memorial but this was an exception. To find anything about a babies death in 1889 is a rare find. In the article Craft & Baxter is the mortuary and Mr. Jennings is a professional photographer. I realized that when reading other news articles.
Added by Kenneth E Holmes on Apr 07, 2013 9:17 AM
RE: Emery Van Nortwick
Emery Van Nortwick was my mother's uncle. His wife was Esther Morehead Van Nortwick. They also had a son, David Elmer Van Nortwick.

Emery's parents were Simon and Annie (Featherstone) Van Nortwick. Anna was born in England and came with her parents at the age of 5.
Simon's parents were John Van Nortwick & Sarah Wilson.
John's parents were John B Van Nortwick and Maria Brokaw.
John B's parents were Isaac Van Nortwick and Jeannetje Sebring.
Isacc's parents were Folkert Van Nortwick and Janete
Folkert's parents were Simeon (Symon) Van Nortwyck and Folkease DeWitt.
Simeon's parents were Adrianus Van Nortwick and Cornelia Van Wesel. (many spellings of the names)

Adrianus Van Nortwick was a Dutch Reform Minister and he died in the Netherlands. Cornelia remarried (another minister) and brought the children to America.
Added by Susan on Apr 04, 2013 7:06 PM
Kenneth E Holmes
RE: Hannah Grover
Excellent work, thank you very much.
Added by Kenneth E Holmes on Apr 03, 2013 4:32 PM
David Bays
RE: Anona W. Owens Milner
A "Milner Schoolhouse" photograph? I may have a lead for you if we are talking about the Milner Family I'm familiar with from Republic Co., KS. These Milner folk settled in or near Republic City, Big Bend Township, Republic Co., KS.

Kathryn Gile runs the Scandia Library (913/335-2271). She is quite a gal. And she has photographs of most all the country schools and all the churches. If you are not certain about the school name she can trace the closest school to the townships' section where the Milners homesteaded in the 1880's or even later.

Its worth a phone call.

Added by David Bays on Mar 19, 2013 5:27 PM
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