|Jim Simpson (#48253076)|
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Jim - Went back and did a double check of Hopewell Cemetery in Commiskey. I was able to confirm that there are not any markers there with the family name of Brower. Do you remember what kind of markers you saw on your earlier visit? Tablet, slab, round top, square top? Were the stones shared among husband and wife? Or singles. There are several foundations visible where a stone is obviously missing, a couple graves marked by field stone, and several areas that appear by their sunken appearance to be unmarked graves. I've seen markers disappear in a shorter span than 30 years, so it is possible their markers are no longer in the cemetery, or they are just buried somewhere else. I'll keep your contact info and let you know if I ever find anything I think you might be interested in. Sorry I can't offer better news!
Added by Traci on Oct 21, 2013 6:03 PM
|G.H.47274||RE: Simpson/Tweedey cemetery|
No problem, thank you for asking. You should be able to copy and save them.
I saw your message to CM. There are two Hopewell Cemeteries in Jennings county and your description perfectly matches the Hopewell cemetery in Commiskey. There isn't a listing on Find a Grave for any Brower's there yet but I searched some resources I have and found newspaper mentions for Jeanette and Harrison Brower both being buried at Hopewell and another mention that puts Adam in the Lovett/Commiskey area. If I make it out graving anytime soon, I'll look for the Brower's for you.
Added by Traci on Oct 14, 2013 4:36 AM
|CM Reed||RE: Finding the Brower family|
I am sending your message to another volunteer in this area. I am working long days and hours right now. Lets see if she can help us!
Added by CM Reed on Oct 12, 2013 9:38 PM
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