|Carrie Ruble (#47250277)|
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Ive been looking for my familys past for a number of years now , not just sure how long seems like a life time. and with each find I come acrossed I feel someday I will know just who I am to be. I believe You cant know where you are to be in life til you know where you come from. so with each Picture and each Cemetery, and each story I see or read I come to know myself a bit more.|
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|DBardes||Could Emaline Moore Thomas be of Delhi Twp Moore family?|
Thanks for your entry on Emaline Moore Thomas. I noticed this name due my my work on an early Robert Moore Will and memorial, findagrave 157849432. Hope this might be of help to you. I do not know this family but my own early Moore's were in the adjacent township (Green Twp, Hamilton Co OH).
Added by DBardes on Feb 11, 2016 12:16 PM
|Judith Frye Gore Wilson||Lavina Price, wife of Dr Uriah Price|
May I ask to know your documentation that Lavina Price, wife of Dr Uriah Price is the daughter of Reese and Rachel Broomhall Farra. I am researching the Farra family in Pennsylvania and Ohio, and I hadn't as yet found a Lavina Farra in their household. Thank you so much for your help.
Judi Frye Wilson
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|Julia Quicksall||James M. and Susan E. Ruble|
My name is Julia Quicksall (Maiden Name: Harlemert). In the past year, I have started doing some research on my adoptive family's history, including the Clapps, Greenhams, and Rubles. I ran across the Find A Grave entry for James M. Ruble and your name and biography. I was wondering if we might be related (through my adoptive family)? My Great-Grandmother's name was Clara May Greenham (born Ruble). Her Father, if my research is correct, would have been James M., and her Mother, Susan E. Ruble (don't have her maiden name). James' Father and Mother would heave been Japetha K. Ruble and Rebecca A. Ruble (born Whitsel). So far I haven't gotten any further back than that. I have been to the Hogan Hill Cemetery, and have also been to the South Park Cemetery here in Greensburg, IN and found Rebecca's, and her son, Benjamin's tombstone. I have looked into getting their tombstone raised and stabilized, as it is sinking down into the ground quite a bit on one side, and a friend of mine does maintenance and care for the cemetery. Thank You for your time, and consideration in reading this. If we are related, however distantly, I would love to hear from you. Have a Great Evening, and May God Bless You and Yours.
|Gary Peifer||Ruble Family Tree|
My Great Grandfather was Sidney Ruble, buried in Waynesville,Il Evergreen Cemetery.
My tree goes back to Hans Peter Ruble 1684-1750.
Waynesville, Illinois Family Tree on Ancestry.com.
How are you related???
|Pami||Anna G Minning|
Thank you so much for documenting little Anna and sharing your photo.
Added by Pami on Sep 30, 2011 9:28 AM
|BarbLaFara||Thank you for your photos!|
I found the photo of my g-g-gf William Darby Osborn and his sister Maria McCammon's headstone that you posted here. (Old Rossburg Church Cemetery) Thanks for being a contributor, I do family research online and it's great to find something unexpectedly. Find a Grave is a terrific resource.
|Justin M||RE: Hartupee Ruble|
I'll see what I can do about a better pic. It may take till cold weather before I can get over there again, though.
Added by Justin M on Oct 09, 2010 12:49 PM
|Mike Porter||RE: Nancy Miller|
I am not sure about this one. I am a funeral director and we buried Nancy L. Ruble in 2003. I have all the records from the funeral. She was born 6/30/1942 in Decatur County , the daughter of Herbert Miller and Mrs. James Alice (Merritt) Manning. Her daughter Robin L. Everhardt handled the funeral arrangements. She lived in Hanover, Indiana at the time. She also had two other daughters, Donna M. Ernstes from Arkansas and Darla Rose Cheek from Tampico, Indiana. Thanks, Mike
Thanks for posting the photo of Susan Mobley. If you do get back to take another photo, would you please email me.
|Judy Lehr||Herschel Leroy Johnson|
Hi Carrie, I really appreciate you finding a picture of "Johnny's Marker. He was from that area, died in Indy, and was buried there. I thank you very much for the help. He has been a hard one to get pinned down, but it is all coming together now. Again, Thanks, Judy of IN
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