|Bill Clark (#48333781)|
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|I started my research in the mid-1980's about the time my first child was born. My research was the old fashioned way .... LDS Church research on micro-fiche, print on paper and send away for birth, death and marriage records. Now I find myself with more time to do research and combine the verbal histories together with historical records on-line.|
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|Theron & Helen Smith||Cornell family|
Sorry, we are not related. Helen
|Carole ||Stephen Hall|
Thank you for the info.
Added by Carole on Sep 13, 2014 1:52 AM
|Cindy (Nekvasil) Hester||RE: CLARISSA CLOUGH|
GREAT!! No,I don't think the pictures I saw will ever be in a yard sale tho I DO think if my relation doesn't make copies of the albums like she said she will they will just go in the back of a closet or on a shelf. I have mentioned to her relation that they exist so hopefully they will get copies or she will let them see them.
MY Great Uncle Otto clough is buried out here in Greenwood Cemetery. he was born in 1894 in Waterford,IN died 1979 Michigan City,IN
Take care,keep in touch!!
|Cindy (Nekvasil) Hester||CLARISSA CLOUGH|
No problem!! I have transferred her to you. By the way,do you know then if you are related to the Cloughs that lived in Waterford (between Laporte and Michigan City,IN) here?? If so,I have an awful lot of information on that family. My Maternal Grandmother's sister Anna married an Otto Clough. Most are buried here in our cemetery.
When their son Ed passed away,their son and daughter allowed me to go through a massive bin of pictures and documents. I sorted them into albums and gave them back. There were documents and deeds and lots of pictures from back early 1900's!! Way cool!!
Let me know,I might have something.
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