|David W. Martin (#47381756)|
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Counties interested in:
Fauquier Co, VA
Licking/Muskingham Co., OH
Parke Co., IN
Scotland/Adair/Knox Co., MO
Columbia Co., WA
Grayson Co., TX
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|David Daniel Martin||RE: Martins of Parke County Indiana|
Good to hear from you! David D. Martin.
|Cyndi||RE: James F. Martin|
There could be a marker. Some people have been adding photos to the memorials, but I don't know if they have gotten all of the markers photographed.
Added by Cyndi on Nov 22, 2014 9:52 PM
|Geraldine Barnett||RE: Mary Hutzel Romain|
Dave, they were all homemade from concrete and they were about 2 ft underground. We dug up all three there in a row. That is one reason they are that color, we didn't have a hose to wash them. Rain will take care of it.
Don doused for them, as we were sure there are many still covered over, or no marker at Mt Olivet. My scanner isn't behaving so I can't send you the article. I was the photographer. I will get in touch with Sharon, our secretary. She may have more information for you.
|David Daniel Martin||Martins of Parke Co.|
Hi Dave, Nice to hear from you! I have some information on the Martin family tree passed down from Mary Crooks who has passed away several years ago. I live in Rockville,Indiana and was born and raised here. My great-great grandfather David D. Martin was a Civil War veteran. My father Archie David Martin,Jr. was a WW2 veteran. It's funny that your first name is David. I have a first cousin in Rockville and his name is David G. Martin. I guess they ran out of names! ha, ha! Regards, David D. Martin.
|David Daniel Martin||Martins of Parke County Indiana|
I noticed your interest in the Martin's from Parke Co. Indiana. Anything I can help or answer? Regards,David D. Martin. P.S. Archie Martin was my grandfather. (email@example.com.)
|jim gillis||RE: Brown Relatives|
Okay, I see you must be referring to John Holten Brown who is buried at Adams Cemetery which is the next small town after Catlin. It is located between Catlin and Rosedale. Unfortunately, I don't know that much about John Brown yet. Everyone who is buried at Adams cemetery are related by blood or marriage. Have you seen the memorial on find a grave for him. I tried to look up further information on him as he is one of them at Adams that I haven't gotten around to. At this moment I cannot do a search on John Holten Brown. There are several John Browns that lived in Parke County, so is this the John Brown you are referring to. By the way, there is no John Brown at Mt. Olivet cemetery but there is 3 McNeils. Look at find a grave. When I find out more on John Holten Brown will let you know.
|jim gillis||RE: Brown Relatives|
The Browns that are connected to my family tree are mostly buried at Mt. Olivet Cemetery which is just down the road from Catlin between Catlin and Rockville but is more closer to Catlin then Rockville. I don't know if any McNeils are buried there. There are alot of burials there and is still used today. Have you checked find a grave to see if the Browns and McNeils you are looking for are at Mt. Olivet. You could also check the Parke County, Indiana web page which has a wealth of information and lists many cemeteries in Parke and any has listings of who is buried in them. Jim
|Peggy Dochterman||RE: Charles T. Martin|
I too am related to the Martins. Seems like we have corresponded before. My great grandmother was Martha Ann Martin Dochterman. Her father was William Willis Martin buried at Hickory Grove at Arbela, MO.
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