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|Most of my memorials are from Fairview Cemetery. I have done research on many early Floyd and Harrison County families while researching my own family and will continue to add information on the memorials I have created. I love being able to contribute to findagrave and think it is an awesome resource. - Beth Day Nolan|
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Hello and good to meet you!! I am so excited that you have some of my relatives posted from Fairview cemetery. Celement Higby is my great great great grandfather and he was married to Hannah who died in 1850 as you have documented. I believe that he married a second time but am unsure of the name of the second wife. You have another person listed Mrs Higby having died in 1867, she is Margaret Jane Dire Higby who was the first wife of my great great grandfather William Hiby. My family changed the spelling of the name to Higbee. I have 2 questions and I hope you can help me. First is do you have a copy of the newspaper article listing his death, I would be willing to reimburse you for this. Also do you happen to know the name of his second wife?? Thank you and if I can help you in any manner let me know.
|Brenda Gammans||Details for Susan Mercer Gammans|
Thank you for adding my great-great grandmother by marriage. Could you please add the following details to her listing? Also, did Susan have a tombstone? Believe it or not, the correct spelling is GAMMANS. The correct spelling is listed on the tombstone of her husband, Robert Patterson Gammans who is buried in Crown Point; but it is listed as Gammons in find-a-grave.
Thank you again for doing these contributions,
Susan Mercer was born in Poplar, Middlesex, England in June 1853. She married Robert Patterson Gammans who lived on the same street as she did. They were married at Hackney St. John's Parrish in England. They arrived in the USA between 1879-1880. She had 8 children; four in England and four in Indiana. The four that were born in England are Susan, Robert William, Harriet Jane, and James. The four that were born in Indiana are Clara, Dora P., Emily Mercer, and Priscilla. She died in 1886 at the age of 33.
|Deb Curry||Bruce Sackett|
Thank you for the great pic of his stone!!!
|Dianna Day Holland||Day and Kenny Families|
I am the Grand Daughter of Clarence Cearns Day. He is Nell's Brother. I am so very Thankful to Ancestry for helping me to find you. I have been trying to find my family for so long.
|Jim Hunt||Frances Jeffries|
Thanks for the info. It's all been added.
Added by Jim Hunt on Feb 02, 2013 6:34 PM
I see you have added my 2nd Great Grandparent's George and Kate Conklin and their son Louis Coe Pullen. Can you please transfer their memorials to me. My Account # is #47474890.
|Claudia Jansen Hartley||Leonard's|
Liz, thank you for the correction on Christine Leonard. I have both she and her husband, John, in my family tree with full dates, etc. I made a typo error on her death date and failed to add John. I appreciate you bringing it to my attention. I have now added John and also linked her to her parents.
Thanks so much for the transfers. I have added bios and obituaries. Hope you'll take a look because this family played important roles in early Floyd County history.
Added by wilene on Dec 04, 2012 11:21 PM
|Claire Ehrhart Abel||Silas Day|
Wow - great pictures - thank you so much
|Joyce Escue Culver||Shadrach Hooper|
He has been linked. If you would like a transfer, let me know. I'm not related.
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