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Anonymous (#47409415)
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Cheryl Kotecki
Alice Wohrer Yarnal
Hi I just saw your memorial message for my Aunt Alice and thought I would tell you I have been adding a few photos of her. I refer to her book all the time lately, as I have transcribed Alice Bruner Wohrer's Scribble book (my grandfather's copy) and am now working transcription of on my grandmother's father's collection of letters from the 1840s-1890's. It is indeed a treasure that my Aunt Alice created and I'm sure she would be pleased to know you copied it for more descendents.
Added by Cheryl Kotecki on Jan 28, 2015 12:53 PM
Rose
Della J. Rayl
I made the changes you requested. I also transfered her and William's memorials to you as you are related and I am not. Enjoy!
Added by Rose on Sep 30, 2013 9:34 AM
JAMES E.SNYDER
RE: Robert Woodrow Snyder
Not related to me
Added by JAMES E.SNYDER on Sep 28, 2013 8:18 PM
Sandy Warner
RE: Anna Warner
My husband is related to Anna Warner. He calls her "Aunt Annie". Anna was a sister to my husband's g-grandfather, Henry Warner. Della was first married to Warren Lovejoy in 1891, and that didn't last long, and she married William Rayls in 1895. Anna was a colorful character who lived in Chicago for a time, before she returned to Kokomo, IN. Sandy
Added by Sandy Warner on Sep 01, 2013 7:23 AM
Susan May Hunsicker
RE: Frederick Brunner and Mary Hummel
As I did not set it up, I think you need to contact Traci who set it up. Her name is oon the bottom of 44961371.
Added by Susan May Hunsicker on Jul 18, 2012 6:38 AM
CM Reed
Convear-Downs Cem
I located this cemetery today. There were only 4 legible stones, and I guessed on another due to some numbers at the bottom, I took for death day, and posted them. I could not find the one you requested.
Added by CM Reed on Jun 10, 2012 12:19 PM
Susan May Hunsicker
RE: Frederick Brunner and Mary Hummel
I could transfer Frederick Jr. to you, so that eventually you could connect them all. However, I have no clue were the others are at this point.

I found the names of the parents on a www.Rootsweb.com website, it lists the parents and their dates but no indication where they might be buried.

I am sorry I have no more information to give you.

Susan
Added by Susan May Hunsicker on Jun 10, 2012 11:44 AM
Gregory Land
RE: Sarah Convear Brunner
Yes I have done some research on this line. I have been away from genealogy for several years but have started again. I recently downloaded a book on Lt.Col.Reed. I am planning a trip to North Vernon Indiana to photograph the grave of George Convear.
Added by Gregory Land on Jun 09, 2012 4:26 AM
Gregory Land
RE: Sarah Convear
Your welcome. It has been many years since I've been down there. I hate what has happened to her fathers stone. Sarah is my gr,gr grandmother.
Added by Gregory Land on Jun 07, 2012 4:37 AM
mrs
Isaac Lovejoy link requests
Please link Isaac Lovejoy, Jr. #54083720 and Samuel Lovejoy #49815005 to their father, Isaac Lovejoy #70951647. Also, would you please add the following to the bio section of the memorial for Samuel? Thanks. mrs

Samuel Lovejoy was a son of Isaac Lovejoy and Deborah Sheldon Lovejoy. He married Esther Morse (1766-1854) in Massachusetts on November 27, 1788. Their children included Nancy ‘Nanny' Lovejoy Watson, Samuel Lovejoy, Thaddeus Lovejoy, Benjamin Lovejoy, Abigail Lovejoy Dragstrem, William Lovejoy, Esther Lovejoy, and James Sullivan Lovejoy.
Added by mrs on Feb 15, 2012 5:27 PM
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