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Smiley Edward Bennett (#47442457)
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Bio Photo I currently reside in Bartholomew County, Columbus Indiana. This is the area where my father was born and raised. My Mother, Alta Marie Lasyone Bennett was born and raised near Rapides Parish Louisiana in the town of Alexandria. She and my Father met and were married while he was stationed at England Air Force Base in Alexandria Louisiana in 1955.
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Alice Louise McClain Baldwin
Nice pics! Many thanks...
Added by Virtual Cemetery on Nov 24, 2013 6:41 AM
josh martin
Hello, my name is Josh Martin and I am the grandson of Helen Lasyone Martin and Wanted to know what kind of information and how far back you could help me find. Like mothers and fathers even past Oscar Sr. I have been trying to find the martin side of my family with no luck and I know for a fact the Lasyone side is a lot easier to find. PLease message me back when you get a chance, I would love to find out information on past and things you may know from when my grandmother was younger. -I miss her and would love stories to keep her memory more alive. Thank you.

Much love, Josh Martin
Added by josh martin on Jun 15, 2013 8:45 AM
libby burgess
RE: Rick
Thank u we miss him so much but he's out of pain now he suffered so much. But still hurts my heart is broke
Added by libby burgess on Nov 16, 2012 4:33 PM
Wylie Blackwell
Lasyone- Roshto
Hope you can help me. Was Victor and Emma Roshto Lasyone, the parents of Oscar Lasyone Sr.
Added by Wylie Blackwell on Sep 01, 2012 11:01 AM
I'd be happy to transfer to you the McNeal family memorials I manage if you're interested. Just let me know.
Added by Traci on Nov 23, 2011 6:15 PM
Tyrrell "T.C." Burns
RE: Daniel Glick
Yes, indeed, I was aware that Daniel Glick served with the Ohio Regiment during the War of 1812. In an earlier email, I also misquoted the date of death for Daniel & Eva Solt Glick's daughter, Salanda Glick Marr. It shouldread 1837 and not 1827. That was my boo-boo.

Indeed, I will keep you posted on my progress in getting the Daniel Glick memorial straightened out.

Just one more thing, I lived in Columbus, Indiana from 1954 until 1979. I graduated from what is known as Columbus North High School in 1961. My father and mother, my grandfather and grandmother Burns and my great grandfather and great grandmother Burns are at rest at Garland Brook. I also have ancestors buried at Columbus City Cemetery and the Burnsville Christian Church Cemetery. And, yes, I have a lot more ancestors buried all over Bartholomew County, too.

T.C. Burns
Added by Tyrrell "T.C." Burns on Oct 30, 2011 6:13 PM
Tyrrell "T.C." Burns
RE: Daniel Glick
The more that I dig into the Glick memorial, the more I have discovered. First, Daniel Glick was married twice. His first wife was Catherine Elizabeth Solt, the sister of Eva. They were married on December 22, 1813 and in 1815, Catherine gave birth to a son, Lewis. Then in 1820, Elizabeth passed away and Daniel Married her sister, Eva on April 26, 1821. Following ther marriage, Eva gave birth in 1822 to Elizabeth Glick Boyer, followed by Salinda Glick Marr in 1827 and finally in 1835 to Lavina Glick Curry.

I have already re-linked Eva with the Daniel Glick memorial that has your photographs and you listed as the contributor attached and if I get maintenence transferred over from Findagrave, I will get the complete story added about both wives, all four children, etc. Then I will delete the other memorial.

I thank you in anvance for your patience and understanding and hopefully by working together,we can make the entire situation a much improved, and more accurate representation. As I said previously, I sure want all deserving parties to receive full credit and recognition for their efforts.

Kindest regards,

Tyrrell C. "T.C." Burns

Added by Tyrrell "T.C." Burns on Oct 30, 2011 10:19 AM
Tyrrell "T.C." Burns
RE: Daniel Glick
I totally agree and indeed, you should receive full credit for your work. I think that I discovered why I was not able to find the other memorial, initially, that was originally created in 2008. It is obvious that maintenence of that memorial had been transferred over to Findagrave and as such may have been considered inactive or whatever. Anyhow, I have requested that its maintenence be transferred over to me. If that is granted, I will simply add another child to the list of children, Silanda Glick Marr 1827-1908, (my 2X great grandmother), link it to Eva and then delete the one that was transferred to me by P. Fazzini. That way, you will receive the full credit, (as you should), for those great photographs and my friend Donna Kuhlman will receive her well deserved credit for the artist's rendering of Daniel and I will advise Donna, accordingly.

I hope that this plan is acceptable to you.

Kindest regards,

Tyrrell C. "T.C." Burns
Added by Tyrrell "T.C." Burns on Oct 30, 2011 9:25 AM
Tyrrell "T.C." Burns
Daniel Glick
OK, Smiley, this is really weird. By going directly to the person search, I did not find the other memorial. Only when I visited the cemetery internment list, did I find the second memorial. I am indeed sorry, but I had no idea that this memorial existed. I think that there is a mix-up somewhere in Find-A-Graves data base.

What I will do in to contact the originator of this other memorial and between to two of us, I will get the records straight and ultimately discontinue the one that has been maintained by me. I like your photograph much better than the one that I attached to my version. As I siad in my last mesage, we can resolve all issues by mutual agreement and both parties will be satisfied and I will get Eva linked accordingly.

Kindest regards,

Tyrrell C. "T.C." Burns
Added by Tyrrell "T.C." Burns on Oct 30, 2011 6:29 AM
Tyrrell "T.C." Burns
Daniel Glick
I am sorry, but there appears to be some confusion concerning the Daniel Glick memorial.
I have found only two Daniel Glick memorials and one of the two is for Daniel Glick 1863-1865 who is buried at Burnsville Christian Church Cemetery in nearby Burnsville, Bartholomew County Indiana.

The second memorial was orignally created by P.Fazzini in 2010 and according to my latest Find-A-Grave inquiry is the only one for my 3X great grandfather, Daniel Glick Jr. 1790-1869 and this memorial was transferred to me and is maintained by myself. As such, I do not feel that I violated anyones authorization to add to or modify this memorial in any manner.

If you still feel that I am in error, somehow, please present your case and evidence so that we can resolve this issue by mutual agreement.
Added by Tyrrell "T.C." Burns on Oct 30, 2011 6:12 AM
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