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Steph T (#47490241)
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Bio Photo I would like to thank all the "Transcribers" who are busy entering all the info from the photos that are being uploaded. I have taken lots of local pictures and this new tool is one that I'm very glad to see. I will transcribe as I can, but appreciate all the help anyone can give because I know I won't have time to get them all done (or it would have been finished long ago:)

Many of the photos that I am uploading were, however, taken before the size limit increased and could be a lot better quality. Do not hesitate to contact me for a better quality picture if you see one you would like retaken - I'll get to it just as soon as I can!

Have a great day!!!
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Laura Whistle Cates Duncan
Jacob B. Beattie #144098214
Steph, If I go to the trouble of "keying" and sending to you a "biographical sketch" from, "Portrait and Biographical Record of Randolph, Jackson, Perry and Monroe Counties, Illinois" by the Biographical Publishing Company, published 1894, concerning Jacob B. Beattie, will you consider using the content to expand his FAGrave memorial? I realize the document is not a primary source and therefore, you may be hesitant to rely on it. Laura Duncan
Added by Laura Whistle Cates Dunca... on Apr 20, 2016 5:48 PM
Christopher Gentry
RE: Hershel O'Dell Reisinger
I usually go by the Gravestone Marker, I must have misread what I saw... my bad I apologize.
Added by Christopher Gentry on Apr 05, 2016 8:33 AM
Martin Lawlor
Josephine R. Steinheimer
Steph T.
I just came across your photo of Josephine R. (Allcorn) Steinheimer's gs (Find A Grave Memorial# 139350800). Josephine was born in Kaskaskia and her mother was Elizabeth Garnett (Guthrie) Allcorn. I am a Guthrie family researcher and Josephine was my gr-grandfather's first cousin. I have all her family information, but what I would like, if you don't mind, is to use the photo of her gs in the Guthrie family genealogy which I am currently compiling.
Thank you
Martin J Lawlor
Added by Martin Lawlor on Mar 06, 2016 11:44 AM
Richard Kleinschmidt
Picture of headstones
Thank You for all the pictures.
Appears that they need some attention.
Added by Richard Kleinschmidt on Mar 05, 2016 7:25 PM
Diane Anderson
Hewitt
Thank you very much for the photos!
Added by Diane Anderson on Mar 05, 2016 6:36 PM
Janet W
RE: John Boyle Sr, Hill Prairie Cemetery
I am looking for a John Boyle. I am plowing through the unknown dates. I took the from the age at death. I have not found a stone nor do I have further information. I was just trying to help someone else looking for a John Boyle.
Added by Janet W on Mar 01, 2016 10:46 AM
William E. "Bill" Robinson
James Kennedy
Thank you for calling my attention to a correction on the date of my GGGG grandfather in Salem Cemetery. Regards, Bill
Added by William E. "Bill" Robinso... on Feb 29, 2016 11:13 AM
Farrar and related families
On behalf of the Farrar family .. Thank you.
Your hard work photographing Lonnie Farrar's grave area is appreciated.
Added by Farrar and related famili... on Feb 29, 2016 8:03 AM
skellysiam
RE: Pix of Clyde and Myrtle S
Thanks for the update on your efforts re the Caledonia search. With your methodology of "mowing", you should find Anderson and Elmiria, if they are marked. Have found Elmiria spelled several ways in source dox; don't be surprised if her inscription doesn't match my spelling.
Here's a minor factoid I recently came across while doing research on another project: The name Caledonia is the word the Romans used to describe the lands north of Hadrian's Wall; ergo Scotland. Wondering if there were a significant number of Scottish immigrants who originally settled in Sparta?
Hope to hear you found the Schellenger's cited above. or. possibly, another child that was born and died in between censuses.

Added by skellysiam on Feb 29, 2016 12:35 AM
Chris Mills
Charles Downen 70727352
Not a problem, happens to all of us at one time or another. I have noticed with the new photo transcribing process it's really easy to put a photo on the wrong memorial, also.
Added by Chris Mills on Feb 27, 2016 9:32 AM
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