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Jimmy Belvin (#47868212)
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Lydia Pence
Thank you so much for the photographs for her memorial and your kind words. Many fine branches here. She was my great-great-grandmother.

Joyce Fulton Elkins
Added by JFultonElkins on Aug 29, 2013 12:18 AM
RE: Lydia Pence
Thank you so much.
Added by Ten4jhawks on Mar 26, 2013 5:20 PM
Lydia Pence
Thank you so much for posting the pictures of my great great grandma's stone. May I use it for the family tree that I am making for my family?
Added by Ten4jhawks on Mar 26, 2013 12:33 PM
David ~ Effie
Lydia Pence
Hi Jimmy, this is my 5th great grandmother. May I use your photos for my family tree? I am so excited to find these memorials.
Have a wonderful day!
Added by David ~ Effie on Mar 26, 2013 4:59 AM
RE: more info Henry Price, Old Brookville
Glad to have been able to help. It's always nice to learn more about the people on memorials, relatives or not! mrs
Added by mrs on Jul 04, 2012 8:57 AM
more info Henry Price, Old Brookville
Source: History of Wayne, Fayette, Union and Franklin Counties, Indiana Vol. II p. 947 c/o Brookville Public Library: "... Henry and Sarah (Wolf) Price, formerly of Allegheny county, Pennsylvania. Henry Price died at the age of fifty-six years, and his wife at the age of seventy-three. He came to this county in 1829 and located on two hundred acres of land in Brookville township, adjoining what is now the county farm. It was at that time covered by a dense forest, which he cleared off, and then he started the first brick manufactory in the county. A large portion of the brick used in the construction of the court-house was made in this kiln during 1853-54, as well as the brick used in several of the first substantial buildings of Brookville, chief among them the Spear paper-mill. He was among the most enterprising citizens of this day and an influential citizen. In religion he was a Methodist, and in politics a Whig. He had two brothers in business here; David, for many years a leading dry-goods merchant; and Isaac, a saddler, who occupied a portion of the store adjoining. A sister, Roanna, married Dr. S. P. Hamer. ... ."

Entire bio is now on memorial for son Joel B. Price #86131214.

Added by mrs on Jul 03, 2012 1:54 PM
RE: Henry Price grave, Old Brookville Cemetery
You are welcome, again! Good luck in your search for family information. mrs
Added by mrs on Jul 01, 2012 5:46 PM
RE: Henry Price grave, Old Brookville Cemetery
You're welcome. Old Brookville Cemetery is located in the town of Brookville and is a well kept, pretty cemetery. I'm trying to finish up the final section, adding memorials and pictures which have not already been noted or included on findagrave. It has been too hot to get out and about for some time though! In case you didn't click on to the larger marker picture for Henry Price, the follwing information is there as a caption; it is now under the close-up picture as well.

Franklin County Public Library District, Brookville, IN
Copying Of Inscriptions On Gravestones In Old Brookville Cemetery p. 1:

Shared Price family marker
Row 1 Grave 4

N Price, Herman, son of Henry and Sarah Price Died July 17, 1847 Aged 3 yr 7 mo 24 da
Price, William H., son of Henry and Sarah Price Died August 11, 1849 Aged 3 yr 2 mo 25 da
W Price, Henry Died June 18, 1855 Aged 56 yr 4 mo 23 da
S Price, Sarah, wife of Henry Price Born March 1, 1806 Died February 20, 1875
E Price, Nancy, daughter of Henry and Sarah Price Died January 12, 1845 Aged 16 yr 1 mo 6 da

Hope this is new information for you. mrs
Added by mrs on Jul 01, 2012 5:20 PM

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