|James Fulton (#47183296)|
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I've been into genealogy for over 50 years. Not steady of course. My great regret now is I'm much older & with a lot of info and lots of gravestone pictures and now finally have found find a grave.|
Well just going to add what I can and maybe the kids can continue if I don't get it done.
Life is a given.
Life is not a list of great accomplishments.
Life is a collection of memories over time.
It's not what you take when you leave this world behind you.
It's what you leave behind you when you go.
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|Family Ties||Vic Durham|
Would you mind putting in this obituary of Vic Durham #43667036? Thank you. I came across his obituary while doing some family research.
Obituary taken from The National Road Traveler, December 29, 1993
Vic S. Durham, 39, Milton, died December 22, 1993 at his home due to a tragic accident. He was born March 2, 1954 in New Castle to Clyde and Lois Callahan Durham and he lived most of his life in this area. He was a 1972 graduate of Lincoln High School where he played football and participated in track.
He was an Army veteran, serving the 101st Airborn Division for nine years. He served in Granada and was a Ranger in Ft. Lewis, Washington for four years.
He operated an auto body shop at his home and attended Doddridge Chapel Church near Centerville.
Survivors include his parents of Minnesota; two daughters, Cinnimin and Bessie Durham; three sisters Cherry Stuart of Jackson, Michigan, Kitty Lynn Hortsman of Mesa, Arizona and Lois Ann Volkman of Gatesville, Wisconsin; two brothers Kirk Lane Durham of Winona, Minnesota and Brett E. Durham of Cleveland, North Carolina; his grandmother, Gladys Durham of Milton; his grandfather Sam Callahan of Connersville, nieces and nephews.
Services were held December 27 at Doddridge Chapel Curch. Burial with Military rites by the American Legion Post 169 of Cambridge City were held at Doddridge Chapel Cemetery. Funeral arrangements were made by Marshall Funeral Home in Dublin.
|Mary Flaningam||Wilbur J. Clevenger|
Dear Mr. Fulton: Would you please add the following information to Mr. Clevenger's memorial (#43693697): He was born July 5, 1915, near Centerville, IN., to John S. and Bessie McCashland Clevenger. He died Feb. 21, 2003. He was survived by one daughter, Julia M. Gilbert; one son, James A. Clevenger, five grandchildren, nine great-grandchildren, one sister, Sara Lane.
He was preceded by his wife, Doris (1998), brothers, Leslie and Paul, and three sisters, Okla Ayres, Mara Hoover, Alta Armstrong.
[McCashland family is a part of my Vernon line.]
WOW...that was quick on changing Martin's memorial..BTW, the Elizabeth Beeson, in the same cemetery is his daughter, who was born the December after he died. The note that says "M___ & S____, would be Martin & Sarah Beeson! Just for your information, Martin's wife, Sarah nee Taylor Beeson, remarried Daniel Hannagan, who is buried here also. And, their infant son, Daniel Jr...I have not located Sarah yet, she remarried again, and I have not done research for that line!! Was fantastic to find all these people in one place while trying to locate Martin Beeson! You do a fantastic job, and please know, that it is greatly appreciated!!
|GrammyWindy||Martin - Dodderidge Cemetery|
Find A Grave Memorial# 43666983, died Sept. 11, 1835..I believe is Martin Beeson, husband of Sarah Taylor Beeson, who later married Daniel Hanigan, in Wayne County, Indiana. They had 3 children, Isaac, William and Elizabeth.
|Sandra Ostrander||Doddridge family|
Everywhere in my family research I find Phillip Doddridge married Mary Bickerstaff. You show Buckerstoff? There also is an original memorial #11578283 for Mary.
|BarB Andrews||Mary E & Ida M Connelly|
Thank you so much for all of your great photos! Many of my ancestors are buried at the Doddridge Chapel Cemetery. There are 2 tombstones with a calculated relationship, which I believe to be incorrect.
Mary E Conelly died 18 Aug 1852 and Ida M Connelly died 23 Oct 1862; accordig to the tombstone inscriptions they are both daughters of JB and MA Connelly.
I believe that the girls are buried with their grandparents, John Connelly (1784-1850) and Mary (Fell) Connelly (1798-1834). Note that Mary, the grandmother, died long before the birth of the girls. The grandfather might have been living at the time of the older girl's death, but he was 63 years old and unmarried at that time. He died 12 years before the other girl's death.
The girls are likely the daughters of John and Mary's son Joseph Connelly and his wife Mary Ann (Milton) Connelly.
BarB Andrews (ggg grandaughter of John & Mary Connelly)
|Wanda R G A||Lillie Grace Grubb Smith|
Could you please change the name of my Aunt Grace. Her maiden name is Grubb not Grubbs. Thank you for putting Lillie Grace and William Claude on Find-A-Grave. The are buried in Doddridge Chapel Cemetery, Centerville, Wayne Co, IN. The Record you used may have Grubbs but it should be Grubb. Thanks so much. Wanda R Grubb-Albers
|Robert M Fulton||Elisha Wyncoop Fulton|
Elisha is also my 3rd Great Grandfather, so I would be interested in comparing genealogical notes with you.
Robert M Fulton
|Diane Rich||RE: Greene's and Green's|
Jim, you told me you had a lot of information about the Greene / Green family I would be interested in. I'm interested. Do you still want to share?
|John Kinsworthy||Thanks! and a Little More Little|
Thanks so much for the quick transfers of Apsalom and Mary Jane Little, James. Greatly appreciated. Can't wait to get a bit of time to fill in some info. I didn't see them first time around so would it be asking too much to have you transfer "Dora" Theodorus Little and his wife Charlotte Thomas Little (Apsalom's parents)? I found Charlotte's father, John Thomas in an unmarked grave in Indiana (still working to get a Revo War Vet stone in place for him) about a year ago and would love to have a bit more of the family together. Thanks again for all your work and efforts.
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