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John Sharkey (#47658760)
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RE: Breed Memorials
You are very welcome. The other side of the stone has Samuel Oliver, Mary Ann (Reed) and Priscilla Ann.

Added by DRL on Sep 09, 2014 1:04 PM
Rita Osborne
RE: Calvert Cemetery, Indianapolis
Should be all fixed now
Added by Rita Osborne on Aug 16, 2014 6:16 PM
Rita Osborne
RE: Calvert Cemetery, Indianapolis
Oh ok. I know the fat finger thing. Once in a while I get my fingers on the wrong keys and end up typing some kind of gibberish. Ok let me go fix the sharkey ones. Thank you for being so patient
Added by Rita Osborne on Aug 16, 2014 3:10 PM
Rita Osborne
RE: Calvert Cemetery, Indianapolis
Do you Mean Calvary???? If so yes, I am getting them fixed. I appreciate your patience. If it is Calvert I don't believe I know that cemetery
Added by Rita Osborne on Aug 16, 2014 2:58 PM
Mark McCrady
RE: August Sharkey
You are welcome, John. Holy Cross/ St. Joseph should be known as the Sharkey Cemetery, there are a ton of them buried there! Have a great day
Added by Mark McCrady on Jul 20, 2014 9:39 AM
Kathy Phelan
RE: Adie Opel Sharkey
Thanks for the info. I passed her date onto "Ben" who put most of the Corrie info on Find A Grave

I'm sort of related. My great uncle Walter Tuttle married Eppie Corrie Bentley.

Any chance you have any info on Luther A. Bentley. I've tried looking for an obit, but we're talking 1909. Couldn't find a marriage date either.

I live not to far from where Aunt Eppie and Walter lived in Greenwood. I went looking for their house one day and found the house. Too bad. The other brother that lived close to them...perhaps it was George. His house is still there nor did grandpa ever talk a lot about Walter. I do have some great pictures of their car. That car was their "baby".

Uncle Walter was my grandfather's only living Tuttle, but I don't recall ever meeting either one of them.

Added by Kathy Phelan on Jun 04, 2014 4:46 PM
Kathy Phelan
RE: Adie Opel Sharkey
Yes...and no....My great aunt was a Corrie. She married Walter Tuttle and is buried with him and her first husband where all the Corries are buried in Greenwood Cemetery.

Robert seems to have disappeared off the radar. I believe nearly all the 9 children of Andrew and Tirjah Horner Corrie have been located.

Do you have Ada's birth date - all I have is Sep 1886

Thanks for the death info.

Kathy Phelan
Added by Kathy Phelan on May 21, 2014 12:48 PM
Kathy Phelan
Adie Opel Sharkey
Any chance you know what became of her? I know she married Robert Andrew Corrie on 10/12/1902 in Hancock Co.

Robert remarried in 1921 so I suspect she died. I haven't found Robert or his 2nd wife either.

Kathy Phelan
Added by Kathy Phelan on May 21, 2014 11:14 AM
Are you related to the Kitchens? If so would like to have more direct communications with you.
James Kitchen (Memorial # 87044249) was my GGGG Grandfather (thru His son Clark Kitchen)on my Dad's side.
Added by Terry on Jan 14, 2014 3:35 PM
Carolyn Craig
RE: James Kitchen
NO I am NOT RELATED, but I am the person that clean, recorded, photographed all the headstones in the Little Blue River Baptist Cemetery and put most of them online.

I checked out the James Kitchens married to Mary Polly Guthrie, Her dates are find, but his are all over the place.

In 1850, James Kitchen (1770-1854) was living with his son, Lewis Margan Kitchen in Rush County, Indiana. James is buried next to three of his grandhildren(Malinda, Rebecca, and Mary H.Kitchen). Two his daughters are buried in this cemetery, they were married to Isaac Newhouse and Samuel Newhouse.

I have researched most of the families, buried in this cemetery, because of the similarity of names in some families. It does make it interesting, specially when the family are closely related with similar names.

Carolyn Craig
Added by Carolyn Craig on Dec 21, 2013 5:08 PM
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