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Hishelpers7 (#48387151)
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Bio Photo Hello to everyone! We have been researching our ancestry for over 10 years now. We have enjoyed the searches and found much excitement along the way, as well as connected and reconnected with family members through out our findings.

We have added some memorials and maintain rights to others as they are our family and descendants. We make note that most of the memorials we maintain or added, we have updated and added BIO's to the most accurate of information that we have, being closely related and knowing information to be accurate or from family history resources noted within the family from past family documentation such as bibles, books or etc.

If anyone questions information or wishes to add information, please feel free in notifying us and include the memorial #.

Out of respect for our family and other family descendants, We do ask that pictures we share on the memorial pages, to please credit back to the appropriate memorial page. (By doing so, you would be marking each photo as a resource page and reference it back to the memorial page by using the direct link or url.) Thanks so much.

Most of the Bio information and dates are as accurate to the best of our knowledge from records or family documentation. As you know every family has their different account on history. This is what makes history so neat as accounts of the past are recounted and revisited. Puzzle pieces are placed in their rightful place. We'd love to hear from you if you are a descendant of any of the memorials we maintain.


Yes, In the warmer months, spring to fall, We do not mind offering help to those who are hunting pictures of headstones. We are generally hunting ourself.

If you are hunting an ancestor around West Central Indiana from Terre Haute to Indianapolis, some portions north and south are workable as well. We would be willing to help you get a copy of the headstone. Just let us know the cemetery name, where it is located and name of the person. Please understand that it may take a couple days as we are running a schedule of our own. But ensure we will get you a copy.

(Again we will only picture hunt in the warmer months. You are welcome to submit a request at anytime, we will add it to our clipboard of cemetery visits we are already working on for the coming warm months. Once the hunting begins we will notify you and get you a copy of the picture.)

Thank you for visiting our memorials. We encourage every visitor to leave a flower on the memorials visited to honor the life of that descendant. Happy Hunting on your ancestry trail..

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Cora Francis Cones FAG#45872830
Regarding this woman & her family: please contact me privately regarding them.
Thank you
Added by Anonymous on Apr 18, 2015 11:46 PM
David Eugene Brown
Find A Grave Memorial# 45872821
I have some information on this memorial:

In the bio, her Name is Anna Elizabeth Kettmann Cones.

She is the daughter of Heinrich (Henry) Kettmann and Anna Marie Koerner.

Her first husband was Ralph George Higgs. From that marriage she bore one child, Ralph Kettmann Higgs.

Her mother Anna Koerner is buried in Crown Hill Cemetery, Mausoleum #B-39, Section AA. Her father's (Heinrich Kettman) ashes are in the mausoleum with Anna Koerner.

Anna Elizabeth Kettmann is my grandmother. My father is Ralph Kettmann Higgs.
Added by David Eugene Brown on Mar 25, 2015 8:36 AM
Bruce Oakley
Photo of Samuel Cones
You have added a photo of Samuel Cones to his Find A Grave page memorial #18915000. He is my 3 gr. grandfather and I have never seen a photo of him. I have an entire album of photos that was created around 1880 by one of his granddaughters that includes two of Samuel's brothers (John and Robert). I also have a photo of Samuel and Sarah's house taken shortly after her death with what are apparently their family members outside. What is the source of this photo? I would be interested in getting more info about this.
Added by Bruce Oakley on Mar 17, 2015 1:37 PM
RE: photo info
the stone is close to the other one at the same cemetery in midland indiana
Added by angels on Jan 29, 2015 6:18 AM

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