|Sandy Cook (#47482668)|
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|I am a retired teacher who has always been curious about family history. My Cobb/Abner grandparents left Clay and Knox County, Kentucky and moved to Indiana, so I have enjoyed meeting my Kentucky kinfolk as I search for their families. My husband's family has lived in Parke County, Indiana since the early 1830's, and we both have enjoyed searching for his family members in the Adams aka Forks of the Creek Cemetery. |
So, I guess I can say my love of learning just took a different path.
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|mrt||William Barnes #35396086|
William is buried directly next to his wife Amy S. Barnes, but the stone is so eroded, his name is barely visible, and the dates are completely lost to time. I will fill your photograph request so that you may see what we found.
Added by mrt on Dec 01, 2012 4:07 PM
|jim gillis||Jacob O. Barnes|
He is buried in Highland Cemetery, I already maintain his memorial.
|jim gillis||Herbert Barns|
Done. I just do a copy and then paste in the bio. Did they have any luck with the gravestones on Monday?
|jim gillis||RE: Dora A Marshall|
Thank you for the information on Dora Marshall. Appreciate it. Jim
|jim gillis||RE: Georgeann Barnes|
Thanks for the information. Sorry to hear about Marion, if he is unable to mow I guess I can do it at least once really good job just before Memorial Day. Jim