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I plan to fulfill some photo requests this weekend at Beech Grove. Can you please submit requests for all of the Arnold burials you want rather than include then in a note? That way I get credit for my work. On a related note, it appears that Mamie married Lewman Rhoten Ransdell and she has a memorial also. Clara's memorial is posted, as was as Terrel S Stanley who I think may be her husband. Eliza & William Conner are at Gardens of Memory and have memorials now. I can't promise to get to those this trip. If these are actually your family, let me know and I will transfer them. I don't worry much about the transfer guidelines if they aren't my family. I would rather they be with distant family than me, a stranger. Thanks!!
Wow! Thank you so much. This family has quite a history. The story behind how I"m related (or how I'm a descendant) is even more interesting. The Clybourn name is spelled so many different ways (my great gr gr grandfather, a Civil War veteran, is spelled Claiborne, his CW records have 3 different spellings, and his headstone a third!
I know for sure that Archibald Clybourn is buried at Rose Hill (Find A Grave Memorial# 53613647). And John Henley Clybourn (Find A Grave Memorial# 55042765.) Archibald and Mary had many children: Sarah (Barney), Margaret, James, John, William, Henry, Charles, Mary (Parks), Frank, Martha, and a couple more.
You could add the names yourself to Find A Grave, with dates, and you could then transfer them to me or manage the memorials yourself and add information I send you. Whatever is easiest for you. I appreciate your time and effort in taking the photos.
If you don't mind, contact me by e-mail (email@example.com). I have a couple of questions about Rose Hill Cemetery.
Thank you again.
Added by kweaver on Mar 15, 2011 10:30 AM
Thank you for the photos for Abbie and Dave Taggart. I didn't think I'd ever see the gravemarkers without a trip to Chicago.