|Mae WhiteOwl (#47633846)|
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|Hello! I am working on my family tree and was visiting local cemeteries in Morgan County Indiana for research and info but now live in Lawrence County near Bedford. I don't know my way around yet but I will stop and photograph any cemeteries that I find and share what I can with you. Please do make requests, just realize it might take me a while to get it done. Thanks!|
I realize I have several requests to attend to but please understand I have been off this site for over a year and it is going to take a while to get back in the swing of things. I will get it all taken care of asap, just please be polite and patient. Thanks again!
And Thank you very much for those that have already fulfilled photo requests - I am sure I will have many more since I have moved away from my hometown.
Please know how much I appreciate this site and all of you doing what you do to make it work. :-)
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|sue chappell||Howard Dwayne Ballard|
I was wondering where the name Howard came from
|sue chappell||RE: Charles DARRELL Ballard|
he just passed away and the death certificate has not been filed yet nor is there an obit for him. but i understand my grandfathers name was Charles Edward Ballard and people just assumed that the name you have down was his son. but it was not.
|sue chappell||Charles DARRELL Ballard|
i was checking on something on my uncle Dwayne Ballards page and noticed that you have my uncle Charles Ballard listed as Charles C. Ballard. his middle name was Darrell and he did NOT die in 2000 in fact he died the 21st of DEC 2015 he will be buried in Floral Park next to his wife Cecelia Williamson Ballard.
|brenwit||Dalton graves, Brooklyn Cemetery|
Thank you for the time you've selflessly committed to photographing these graves and creating online memorials. I'm sure I'm not alone in my appreciation. Among the memorials you've created are several of my own loved ones, to include memorial #78627922, my mother, and #78627972 & #78628087, my grandparents. So again, thank you, thank you! Should you wish to ever transfer these memorials, I'd be happy to take over.
Regarding Estle Laverne "Vern" Dalton's grave, it seems there may be duplicate memorials. :)
Added by brenwit on Aug 09, 2015 1:36 PM
I see you are new to Findagrave, welcome. I do suggest you read "Help with Find A Grave" procedures before requesting anymore of my memorials be deleted that are correctly listed. Find A Grave recommends a memorial listed as the stone reads and if the woman is remarried to list her present last name in the bio section. Thank you.
Added by KEW on Jan 24, 2015 11:11 AM
|Julia (Hess) Gibson||RE: Mary Weith|
I won't get out there for a couple of days. But, I did pull this information for you:
Mary Jane Weith - d. 1915
Charles H. Weith - d. 1922
Nina M. Weith - d. 1953
Elizabeth Weith Poorman - d. 1929
They are all buried in the same section and plot... so, I would assume they are all related.
Also, if you are positive she is in Champaign County, you can go to this website: http://www.usgwtombstones.org/ohio/champaign.htm Most of the cemeteries have lists of who is buried there. Maybe you will stumble upon here somehow. There is a second cemetery in St. Paris, near a church, that is rather large... but I can't figure out the name.
|Elaine Clark||RE: Don Clyde and Julia McNeff|
Thank you so much!
|Elaine Clark||Don Clyde and Julia McNeff|
Thank you for creating the entries for Don Clyde and Julia McNeff in the Brooklyn Cemetery. They are my great grandparents. If you aren't related - would you please consider transferring their maintenance to me? If they are related - I'd love to exchange information! Thank you for your great contributions to this site. Much appreciated.
Best regards, Elaine
|Richard Grant McClure||Thomas Blandford|
He shares a marker with Mary Grace...I photographed her side if any interest
|Jewels Sayer||McNeff stones at Brooklyn|
Great job on the stones for the McNeff family at Brooklyn Cemetary in Morgan County, Indiana.
I had claimed the requests for Mary and William. I did not find them. Did you find them?
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