|Anna Carver-Gay (#47535053)|
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|I have been interested in collecting antique photos since about when I was in 6th grade or middle school, and I have been interested in genealogy since high school. I have lots of families I am interested, both my own and the families of people in identified photos I buy in antique stores. |
I have so many families I am researching, it is easier to go by location rather than family name.
Places in which I am only researching my family: Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Texas, Connecticut, Maryland
Places in which I am only researching families from my photo collection: Indiana, Kentucky, Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin, Iowa, Vermont. Please feel free to request transfer of memorials from these states.
Places in which I am researching both my family and my collection: Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, Arkansas, Missouri
I am always happy to help people with their research, especially if they can help me with mine in return. I can look up cemetery records, birth records, death records, etc. for much of Indiana at my local library, especially the south-central part. This includes Brown, Clay, Daviess, Greene, Johnson, Lawrence, Martin, Monroe, Morgan, Orange, and Owen Counties.
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|Lily Virdell||Earl F. Lewis|
Dear Anna, I sent you edits yesterday for Earl and his wife Maude, mostly to add her maiden name (Gregory) and her parents. I am working on researching my relatives that are in Veale Creek Baptist Church Cemetery. Would love any photos of Gregory, Smoot, Robinson or Clarks, some others. I love your hobby! Mine has become researching and linking (seems like) everyone who branches from relatives in old Veale Creek. Good to meet you. Lily
|Patricia McF||William Heidt (1867-1938)|
I believe my Great-Grandfather, Peter Phillip Heidt (1862-1937), was you Great-Great-Grandfather's brother. I am trying to get info on the parents (both born in Germany). Father: Johann G (John) Heidt. I have no last name for the mother, & various 1st names (Jane, Eva, Genevive).
I am hoping you can shed some light....??
|Judith E. (Mc Kee) Burns (Mrs. David B.)||Dye-Moser|
George Dye Memorial
I noticed you left a note at this memorial saying he was your great-great grandfather. I am not actually a relative of his, so I would be glad to transfer this memorial to you. I am actually researching his wife Joyce's family, the Mosiers, since I have an album belonging to her nephew that I purchased in an antique store. If you are also descended from Joyce and would like to manage her memorial too, I'll be glad to transfer hers to you as well.
Just seen this post of long ago above - no his 1st wife Elizabeth Gastineau is my line of descent.
That must be neat to have the album - Sending this along to post as to the family etc of George should of gone it long ago - I'll go see if I can link some of the kids to him.
George ( Dye was born 29 Nov 1826 in , , Indiana or Kentucky. He died 23 Mar 1909 in Lyons, Greene, Indiana from Carcinoma of Lower lip and was buried 25 Nov 1909 in Prairie Chapel Cemetery, Washington Twp., Greene, Indiana. He was the son of John Eli Dye and Lucinda (Lucy) Hardin
George married 1st Elizabeth Gastineau daughter of James Gastineau and Patience Morrow on 19 Oct 1848 in 19 Oct 1848. Elizabeth was born 1827 in , Pulaski, Kentucky. She died Aft Nov 1861 & bef 29 Jan 1863 in , , Indiana.
They had the following children:
1 Martha Ann Dye was born 28 Aug 1848 in Owensburg, Greene, Indiana. She died 4 Apr 1915 in Lyons, Greene, Indiana from Uremic Poisoning and was buried Apr 1915 in Dog Island/Mt. Zion Cemetery, Washington Twp., Greene, Indiana. Martha married 1st Newton or Elder Newton Waggoner son of Noah Virgil Sr. Waggoner and Rachel Simmons on 27 Mar 1865 in , Effingham, Illinois. Newton was born 26 Aug 1844 in , Greene, Indiana. He died 11 Feb 1874 29y5m15d in , Greene, Indiana and was buried Feb 1874 in Waggoner Cemetery, Grant Twp., Greene, Indiana. Martha married 2nd Robert Thomas McKee , son of Joseph Howe McKee and *P Lucinda Bartlett- on 29 Jul 1875 in , Greene, Indiana. Robert was born 30 Aug 1834 in Georgetown, Scott, Kentucky. He died 5 Oct 1913 in Lyons, Greene, Indiana and was buried 6 Oct 1913 in Dog Island/Mt. Zion Cemetery, Washington Twp., Greene, Indiana.
2 James Eli Dye was born 1851 in , , Indiana. He died 1 Jan 1873 and was buried in King Cemetery, Bishop Twp., Effingham, Illinois. James Louisa Mosier daughter of John William Mosier and Telitha (Tabitha) Waggoner on 28 Aug 1871 in , Effingham, Illinois [ Bk. B Pg. 27]. Louisa was born 3 Sep 1851 in , Martin, Indiana. She died 11 Mar 1910.
3 Kenneth (Kin) Dye was born 4 Jun 1853 in Owensburg, Greene, Indiana. He died 12 Jul 1933 in Stockton Twp., Greene, Indiana and was buried 14 Jul 1933 in Prairie Chapel Cemetery, Washington Twp., Greene, Indiana. Kenneth married 1st Ellen Verenus Richeson daughter of William Richeson Mary A. Mrs William Richeson on 14 Aug 1873 in , Effingham, Illinois [ Bk. D pg. 20, B. pg. 28. ]. Ellen was born 1857 in , Greene, Indiana. She died 1895 and was buried 1895 in Prairie Chapel Cemetery, Washington Twp., Greene, Indiana. Kenneth married 2nd Mary Ellen McKee daughter of John P. McKee and Mary Ann McIndoo (MRIN:4043), on 14 Dec 1896 in , Greene, Indiana. Mary was born 4 Jan 1855 in , Greene, Indiana. She died 20 Feb 1913 in , Greene, Indiana and was buried in Dog Island/Mt. Zion Cemetery, Washington Twp., Greene, Indiana. Kenneth married 3rd Laura Darius daughter of < Owen Thomas Merry and Mary Elizabeth Dunn on 25 Mar 1915 in , Effingham, Illinois. Laura was born 8 May 1859 in <, Effingham, Illinois>. She died 2 Oct 1923 in Lucas Twp. Effingham, Illinois and was buried in Poe Cemetery, Effingham, Illinois. Kenneth also married 4th Elvera Terrell- on 28 Jul 1927 in , Greene, Indiana. Elvera was born 13 Feb 1854. She died 23 Mar 1947 in , Greene, Indiana and was buried in Olive Branch Cemetery, Stockton Twp., Greene, Indiana.
4 Andrew (Tod) Dye was born 28 Sep 1856 in , , Indiana. He died 5 May 1890 in Lyons, Greene, Indiana and was buried May 1890 in Waggoner Cemetery, Grant Twp., Greene, Indiana.
4 Nancy J. Dye was born 1856 in , , Indiana. She died 23 Mar 1870/1880 in , Effingham, Illinois and was buried Mar 1870/1880 in King Cemetery, Bishop Twp., Effingham, Illinois.
5 John A Dye was born 30 Mar 1860 in Lyons, Greene, Indiana. He died 25 Dec 1953 in Cherry Valley, , Arkansas and was buried Dec 1953 in Misner Cemetery, , Cross, Arkansas. John married Lena Leotta Baty daughter of Henson Baty and Lena Field on 20 Oct 1880 in , Effingham, Illinois. Lena was born 2 Jun 1863/1864 in , , Illinois. She died 1943 and was buried in Misner Cemetery, , Cross, Arkansas.
6 Mary Margaret (Maggie) Dye was born Nov 1861 in , , Indiana. She died 1951 and was buried 1951 in Switz City Cemetery, Grant Twp., Greene, Indiana. Mary married John Milton Hand , son of John R. (Squire) Hand and Gertrude R. Byington, on 17 Mar 1880 in , Effingham, Illinois. John was born Mar 1852 in Butler, Ohio. He died 23 Jan 1914 in Lyons, Greene, Indiana and was buried Jan 1914 in Switz City Cemetery, Grant Twp., Greene, Indiana.
George also married 2nd Joyce (Jane) Mosier daughter of John William Mosier and Telitha (Tabitha) Waggoner- on 29 Jan 1863 in , Martin, Indiana [Bk. 2 Pg. 154.]. Joyce was born 30 Mar 1830 in Illinois / Lawrence county, Indianz. She died 26 May 1903 in Lyons, Greene, Indiana and was buried May 1903 in Prairie Chapel Cemetery, Washington Twp., Greene, Indiana.
George also married 3rd Minerva J. (Amanda Minerva) Butcher daughter of Levi Butcher and Anna (Anne) Mrs Levi Butcher on 10 Nov 1904 in , Greene, Indiana [ Bk. Q Pg. 450]. Minerva was born 30 Jul 1842 in <, Greene, Indiana>. She died 17 Aug 1931 in Jasonville, Greene, Indiana and was buried in Prairie Chapel Cemetery, Washington Twp., Greene, Indiana.
George had a number of acres of land in Greene county, Indiana that he continued to own while in Illinois. He is mentioned in a 1882 history of the county as being a fairly prominent citizen in Elliotstown area where he did some farming but also owned a store, hotel and blacksmith shop. (possibly with his older brother John Alvadore dye) he is both the 1870 and 1880 census records for Effingham but by 1884 he is back in Greene county, buying more land, mainly lots in town of Lyons) he also sold a number of lots in that town and was listed as a merchant on his death certificate in 1909. The death certificate said that he had cancer of the lip and stomach and was senile.
George and John moved to Effingham and settled in that area because of speculation that a railroad was to pass through that town. the railroad ended up farther east and George evidentially went back to his holdings in Indiana. John lived out his years in Effingham and is the father of the most subsequent generations of dye's in that county.
William S. Dye, of Owensburg, and Geo. Dye, of Lyons, are descendants of Andrew Dye, who left a large estate
in Pennsylvania many years ago. The fortune is estimated to amount to $88,000,000 and Wm. S. Dye is enthusiastic over the prospect of beinig a direct heir. - - Bloomfield News Friday May 13, 1904
Lyons - George Dye has sold a ten acre tract of land west of town, known as the Dye Park to John Silvers. Consideration, $100 per acre. - - Bloomfield News December 7, 1906
Uncle Geo. Dye, who has been ill for several months past, celebrated his eighty-second birthday Sunday.
His four children were all with him óJohn Dye, of Arkansas; Kenneth Dye, Mrs. J. M. Hand and Mrs.
Thomas McKee, with their husbands, were with him and an enjoyable time was had by all. - - Bloomfield News December 4, 1908
Uncle George Dye, after a long illness, was able to walk to the Christian church to services Sunday
morning. - - - Drayton Lester and son, Ona, who are managing the Dye grocery during Mr. Dye's illness, accompanied by Mrs. Lester, attended a Christmas dinner at Mr. Dye's - - Bloomfield News Frdiday January 8, 1909
Bloomfield News April 2, 1909
George Dye, the oldest business man in Lyons, after an illness of one year, died last Wednesday morning
at 6 o'clock, of cancer of stomach,aged 82 years, 3 months and 26 days.
He was three times married, and the last wife, who was Mrs. Minerva Fawcette, he married four years ago.
She, with two sons, Kenneth Dye, of this place, and John Dye, of Arkansas, with two daughters, Mrs. Thomas McKee and Mrs. J. M. Hand, both of this place, are the survivors. There are twenty-five grandchildren and thirty-one great grandchildren. He was a member of the Christian church and a member of the F. & A. M. lodge under whose auspices the funeral was conducted. Rev. Tudor, pastor of the Christian church, preached the funeral sermon. The bereaved family have the sympathy of all.
Mrs. Will Maddox and brother, George Dye, of Linton, attended the funeral of their grandfather, George Dye, last Thursday.
The Dye grocery store was reopened Monday afternoon, and will be run by the former clerk, Ona Lester, until the estate is settled.
|John Mudd||Memorial # 81664669|
I was unable to find a stone for Mortie Lents in St. Martin Cemetery in Martin County, Indiana. In the process of looking through St. Marys Cemetery , Daviess County, Indiana records I found a Montie Lents (Same parents listed). His Memorial # 61129801. Check it out and see if this who you are looking for.
Got it taken care of, thank you.
Thanks for the information, it has been posted.
|Carolyn Howard||Benton Moser|
Thanks for the additional info on Benton Moser! It has been added to the memorial. I looked for the stone of Flora Fraim when I was at Goodwill last month, but I was unable to locate the stone. If you by chance know the location of her stone, that would really be good. I'm hopeful to make a trip to Loogootee again very soon. Thanks again!
Anna, Thanks for the additional headstone photos of John and Nancy Bryant. They are now linked together. Thanks again. I really appreciate the photo!
|Carolyn Howard||Goodwill Cemetery Loogootee|
I will be in Loogootee April 17 to take flowers to my grandparents graves and other family members. I will try to get the photo you have requested, unless someone else gets it for you before that time.
|Rubbings||Clarence Gene "Machinist's Mate 3/C" Fields|
Thanks for the Xfer - Memorial Updated
Added by Rubbings on Jan 23, 2012 12:25 PM
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