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George Findley (#46802042)
 member for 11 years, 10 months, 8 days
Mary Hurt
Marion and JoAnn Ponder
I am sorry Dotsy was the third child and Nancy was the fourth child.

Thanks, Deni

Added by Mary Hurt on Sep 24, 2016 8:48 PM

Mary Hurt
Marion & JoAnn Ponder
Hi Uncle George,

This Deni,I have been looking through this site and would appreciate it if you would add James Paul Ponder to their memorials.His memorial #7755284. He is also buried at Riverview. Dad was the first child, Paul was the second child, Nancy was the third child and Dotsy was the fourth child.

Thanks , Deni

Added by Mary Hurt on Sep 24, 2016 8:45 PM

Irene Walls Barrett
John Henry Findley
There duplicates of Henry Findley. I took over one established in May 2010 and see you did one in Jan of that year. I hate to delete mine because it has more information.

Added by Irene Walls Barrett on Jul 11, 2016 9:41 PM

Beverly Whitlow
Claude Asbell
Hi, I am Beverly Asbell Whitlow, daughter of Harold Asbell, son of Claude and Cora Asbell. I remember the Findley name from my grandfather's funeral. Thank you for doing such a good job of historical work on our small family. You can contact me at my e-mail, which I assume you will get from the previous requested information. Otherwise, I am in Indianapolis, Indiana. Again, thank you so very much. If you would like or need additional info, I can probably get it for you.

Added by Beverly Whitlow on Nov 18, 2014 2:45 AM

Paul Whitecotton
RE: Moses Whitecotton Sr
George, It is very true what you say about the internet. There is a great difference between finding convoluted conclusions on the internet that people have come to that to them "make sense" and someone actually doing the leg work, going to the courthouses and libraries and researching records. I will go to Montgomery County to see if I can find the death records for my GGG parents Harrison and Margaret then perhaps I could find their sites, I think they may be in Freedom Cemetery. I have seen many records showing Moses (Jr.) and Sarah (Kincaid) in Putnum County until they passed, that would be my next task. If there is anything you would like me to do for you, please let me know. Paul

Added by Paul Whitecotton on Nov 10, 2014 1:52 PM

Paul Whitecotton
Moses Whitecotton Sr
George, First of all, thank you for all of your hard work putting together the site, I think it's great. Many years ago I tried to trace my lineage but it seemed confusing when it came to Moses Whitecotton. Part of the confusion was the fact that "Moses" had been a common name that was pasted on through out the many branches of the family. My GG Grandfather's name was Harrison Whitecotton from Putnum County, Indiana, son of Moses Whitecotton also from Putnum County. During my earlier search the dates and locations of Moses and Harrison just didn't seem to make sense. I had pretty much giving up and just accepted that the records perhaps were wrong or mixed up over the years. Then, just recently, I found your record of the grave site of Moses Whitecotton Sr. in Decatur County, Indiana, which just happens to be the county I just moved to about a year ago. When I saw the posting of Moses Whitecotton Sr. it hit me, even though it didn't list his son Moses on your site, there must of been a junior. And sure enough I found the connection. Moses Whitecotton Sr. had two sons, Moses (junior) and Harrison. My GGG Grandfather Moses Whitecotton Jr. FINALLY, to the point of my message to you. I would like Moses Whitecotton Jr. added to Moses Whitecotton Sr. children list. I plan to find Moses Jr. and Harrison's grave sites in the coming weeks, along with my own father's Billy Richard Whitecotton. Thanks again, Paul M. Whitecotton

Added by Paul Whitecotton on Nov 06, 2014 3:11 PM

Mary Benell
William Hooper
Thank you, Thank you, Thank you. Now all of the family is together. Mary

Added by Mary Benell on Oct 10, 2013 4:11 PM

Mary Benell
Virgil Henry Hooper
Would you be so kind as to transfer my Uncle over to me so that I can update information on him. He was a brother to my grandmother Delilah Catherine Hooper Benell (son of William Hooper and Lorana Green Hooper)

Added by Mary Benell on Oct 08, 2013 8:40 AM

Lisa Larimore
Emma E. Brown
I noticed that you put up a picture of Emma E. Brown/Mann and I was wondering if you know her full name. She was the sister of my g-g-great grandfather Moses Willard Burgess and I'm just very curious to know her full name. Where did you get that photo? I also wonder if you have any other family photos, possibly with some of my ancestors in them. Thank you so much!
-Caitlin Larimore

Added by Lisa Larimore on Jul 25, 2013 6:14 PM

Dorothy Hazel Tarr
Thank You
Just wanted to drop you a note to say thank you for all the things you do for findagrave. I think we are related.

My 4th great grandparents are--
Abel Findley Sr [Find A Grave Memorial# 45727291]
and his wife
Rebecca Courtney Findley [Find A Grave Memorial# 45727329]

Their son Abel Findley Jr is my 3rd great grandfather; and his daughter Elizabeth Jane Findley Jennings is my 2nd great grandmother; and her daughter Mary Grace Jennings Scott is my 1st great grandmother.

Dorothy Hazel Tarr (#47776571)

Added by Dorothy Hazel Tarr on Jun 27, 2013 2:12 PM

Eileen Gronberg
RE: Burrell, Rebecca Robertson
I did try your e-mail again, thought I had left out the dash the first time. Tried it again and I still get a message that it is not recognized.
I will put the picture of what I think is Rebecca's grave stone that I took, on her memorial at Find A Grave. You can take a look at it there and see what you think. If you can zoom in on it, Rebecca is at the top, written in a curve rather than a straight line. Two lines below the last five letters look to me like rrell.
Hope you can zoom in on it, it will show up better.
I will put it on the Robertson Cemetery site.

Added by Eileen Gronberg on Apr 20, 2013 11:18 AM

Eileen Gronberg
RE: Burrell, Rebecca Robertson
Mr. Findley,
I forgot to mention that my Dad was an electrician with the IBEW 212 in Cincinnati.

Added by Eileen Gronberg on Apr 20, 2013 8:26 AM

Eileen Gronberg
RE: Burrell, Rebecca Robertson
Hi Mr. Findley,
Thank you so much for your reply. Your information is very helpful. I tried to send a message to your e-mail address but came back as undiliverable.
I was to the Robertson Farm cemetery last November and took pictures of all grave stones there. There is one that is covered with moss and very old. But it seems like I can make out the name Rebecca and looking very close I can make out the name Burrell. But that is all I can make out. I would like to send you the picture if you like but as I said I didn't have any luck with using your e-mail address.
The Robertsons were distant relatives of my Mother's family. My parents would take me and my sister to the farm on weekends. We had good times and good home cooked meals. I really miss
going there. And now it is owned and also subdivided with new homes that have been built there.
I do know where the Findley Cemetery is also.
I haven't had any luck as yet finding anything out about Rebecca. Seems like and the Mormon site doesn't have much about her. Looks as if she did not live very long after her marriage, but may have had one child.
Thank you again.

Added by Eileen Gronberg on Apr 20, 2013 8:24 AM

Eileen Gronberg
Burrell, Rebecca Robertson
Mr. Findley,
You have created a memorial for this person at one of the three Robertson Cemeteries in Jackson County.
Could you tell me if this would be at the James Robertson Cemetery on the old Robertson Farm, just west of Findley Cemetery?

The Robertsons were members of my mother's family and I am doing some genealogy on that side of the family.

I was visiting the cemetery last November and took pictures of all the grave stones but some were badly weathered and had moss growing on them so I was not able to determine the names or dates on them.
I would appreciate your information on this person.
Thank you,

Added by Eileen Gronberg on Apr 18, 2013 2:44 PM

Mary Benell
Virgil Henry Hooper
His father was: William Hooper - Find A Grave Memorial # 107006796 and his mother was Lorana "Green" Hooper - Find A Grave Memorial # 92406615. Would you please edot his Find A Grave memorial to include them. He is my Uncle and a brother to my Grandmother Delilah Catherine 'Hooper" Benell

Added by Mary Benell on Mar 23, 2013 7:09 AM

Saundra Carr
David C. Lewis
Looking to confirm David C. Lewis parents.
Are his parents James M. Lewis b VA and Phoebe Ann Wheeler who married 1847 Jackson.

David 1848-1913 m Sarah A. Findley and
Celestus Febbie Lewis 1874 Jackson Co IN.
In 1900 census David is in Jackson Co w/his children (Celestus must have died) then in 1910

We descend John Irving Carr and Phoebe Wheeler Harvey Lewis Dixon (before she married John in 1855. David Lewis was living with John Carr and Phoebe Wheeler in 1860 in Jackson Co IN.
Phoebe b abt 1825 Jackson Co d/o Elnathan and Mary ??? Wheeler.

We have not found John Carr or Phoebe Wheeler death or cemetery records. They were in the 1880 census Hamilton, Jackson Co IN
Saundra Carr email:

Added by Saundra Carr on Jul 19, 2012 3:52 PM

Claude D. Young
Findley Photos
Hello George, I thank you very much, Matilda Findley Ruddick is my 2nd great grandmother, so in a way you and I are related.

Thank You

Added by Claude D. Young on Jan 16, 2012 8:18 PM

Claude D. Young
Findley Photos
Hello George, May I have your permission to use the photos of the Findley headstone's, please let me know.

Thank You

Added by Claude D. Young on Jan 15, 2012 10:53 AM

Mike Appleby
Findley photos
George - May I have your permission to use your photographs on the FIndley and related family photos on my ancestry family tree? I like adding "color" to my tree with Find A Grave memorials and photos. Thank you. Mike Appleby, Parker, CO

Added by Mike Appleby on Oct 11, 2011 5:41 AM


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