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Bill Durham (#46825780)
 member for 11 years, 7 months, 12 days
Vivian York
Barbara Kammel-Mt Zion Cemetery
I am in the process of put the headstone pictures and family information on this family. Is there any way you would turn Barbara Kammel #139644683 over to me #48366212. Her name is Barbara Kendall, the census taker were not very good back in the 1800 on name spelling. I would like to be able to link all of her children to her. She married Simon Schwein Nov 8, 1877. They had 6 children and on their death certificates she is listed with Simon as Barbara Kendall. Thanks for any help you can give me. This is a very interesting family. Owned a large farm in Henryville, Indiana and most of their children never married.

Added by Vivian York on Sep 08, 2017 9:10 AM

Mr. Durham

Know of any Durham's in Evansville, Indiana
This is where I live. I married a Durham in

Also research Herrmann's, connected to Durham's through marriage.


Added by Anonymous on Aug 21, 2017 8:17 AM

Vickie Abney Carden
RE: Evelyn May Abney Death Cert
Thank you. I did get the copy.

Added by Vickie Abney Carden on Aug 01, 2017 11:52 AM

Linda Wyatt Coffey
Charles L Wyatt
Hi Bill,
You have a listing at Walnut Ridge Cemetery in Jeffersonville for Charles L Wyatt, unknown DOB and date of death Feb 4, 1927. His correct name is Chester Logan Wyatt, DOB 23 Jan 1902 (you have the date of death correct). He was my uncle (brother of my father Harry Delmore Wyatt). He is buried in plot M56 with my grandparents Marietta and Marion Wyatt and his brother John Wyatt. The headstone currently reads WYATT with no first names or dates, but I have made arrangements with Orwick Monuments to inscribe names and dates on my grandparents stone. Chester Logan Wyatt has no stone. His brother is Charles Edward Wyatt, and he is buried in Prattville, Autauga County, AL. Thank you in advance for making this correction. You may contact me at

Added by Linda Wyatt Coffey on Mar 24, 2017 8:39 PM

Memorials 176380379 and 138868672

I did as you asked and linked up Ida Goss' parents, husband and one daughter. Her other daughter, Grace's memorial is managed by someone else, so sent edits to link everything up. The other daughter, Gertrude Goss Coffey - have to do more research because I don't know yet when she or her husband died. They moved to Missouri. So guess you can delete your original one. Sorry you had to create another memorial although not sure why. But hope you'll take a look at the one you transferred to me. Thanks.


Added by Alicelth on Feb 16, 2017 4:37 PM

Gail Black
Emmanuel Cemetery
Hi Bill....isn't this little church & cemetery on S. Voyles Road in Clark County? I know it is right on the Washington County line, but belongs to C..right?

Added by Gail Black on Feb 12, 2017 2:58 PM

RE: Stella Thompson
I'm sorry but I'm not sure what this means. I apologize. Will you explain?

Added by Bulldog2448 on Oct 04, 2016 12:25 PM

Stella Thompson
I would also add that the 1900 Indiana census states that Stella was born in 1900.

Added by Bulldog2448 on Oct 03, 2016 8:08 PM

RE: Stella Thompson Zollman
Hi Bill...According to Stella was born in 1898 so my edit was actually a typo. I apologize.

Added by Bulldog2448 on Oct 03, 2016 8:05 PM

Francie Ede
RE: Edmund Paul Julius
Thank you for adding the obit.

Added by Francie Ede on Sep 23, 2016 9:45 PM

Vickie Abney Carden
RE: Evelyn May Abney Death Cert
Thank you very much. I seem to find a lot of misspelled names. Both first and last. And changing of names. And I don't think are changed on purpose. Most of my family I knew personally going back 5 generations. Once again, thank you. Vickie

Added by Vickie Abney Carden on Sep 03, 2016 11:20 AM

Vickie Abney Carden
Evelyn May Abney
Do you know where I might find a death certificate for Evelyn May Abney, born 1924 and died 1930? It is not showing up on Ancestry. Her mom and dad were my Great grandparents. Robert L. and Rose (Bush) Abney.
Thank you,
Vickie Carden

There is also another one at Walnut Ridge, born 1932 and died 1966.She is my dads sister. I have her birth and death certificate.

Added by Vickie Abney Carden on Aug 30, 2016 12:34 PM

RE: Frank Jenks
Thanks, just seems odd. I know how easy it us to confuse two families eith thecsame names. Perhaps that is what happened here. Or, maybe one is a cenotaph.

Added by MissingHim on Aug 21, 2016 6:18 PM

Indiana Death Certificates now has photocopied Indiana Death Certificates on line for viewing from 1899-2011. This is a big help for genealogists.

Added by Janet on Jul 27, 2016 9:32 PM

John & Sarah Campbell
Thank you for transferring my Grandparents to me. Good luck in your search.

Added by RDL on Jul 24, 2016 12:56 PM

Douge Doer
Duplicate memorials
Hi Bill,

There are 2 memorials for Nancy McGill at Walnut Hill: 25562600 and 25562530.



Added by Douge Doer on Jun 19, 2016 11:47 AM

Amanda Scott Lawhern Bohm
Monroe Scott
Any chance you could find the grave of Monroe Scott in Pleasant Ridge Cemetery in Borden? My Grandfather was John Greenleaf Scott, a teacher at Borden Institute, and I have been linking all the Scott family I can find on Find A Grave. Monroe is a missing link to tie together his wife Altheda Fordyce, their daughter Clara Ozena Scott, her husband Michael J. Endright, and their infant, all of whom I have identified of Find A Grave. There are 8 other children I have not yet attempted to find because I stopped when I couldn't find Monroe. But according to my notes, he must be there. He was a LDS pastor. Society of Indiana Pioneers lists his birth as March 15, 1852. Unfortunately, I did not annotate my source for his death, but I have 4 Nov 1902, Borden, buried Pleasant Ridge. Thanks for your help!!

Added by Amanda Scott Lawhern Bohm on May 24, 2016 7:44 AM

Marsha Baker
Mary J Robinson
Thank you for making the family link.

Marsha Cramer Baker

Added by Marsha Baker on May 23, 2016 12:47 PM

Transfer of Sarah Nale
Thank you very much for the transfer, she's the furthest out direct female ancestor I have found (so far!).

Added by N.S.O. on May 16, 2016 3:29 PM

RE: William Asbury Burr
Thank you. My grandmother was a Burr and William A. Burr was her grandfather. I would love to hear from Mr. Tackett.

Added by Bulldog2448 on May 16, 2016 6:14 AM

William Asbury Burr
I was looking at the information you have for William Asbury Burr. William Burr is my great great grandfather. Can you tell me where you got his birth records (parent's names)? I see you mention a book in the records. Can you enlighten me? I have recently lost my grandmother (this was her grandfather) and she never knew anything about him so I have very little to go from. Thank you.

Added by Bulldog2448 on May 14, 2016 9:50 PM

Nancy Coffey
Grace B Stephens Harvey #121283068
Thank you! That was exactly what I needed.
God Bless,

Added by Nancy Coffey on Apr 10, 2016 9:10 AM

Nancy Coffey
Grace B Stephens Harvey #121283068
Sorry that was Clark Co, IN. I was just so excited, my brain flew out the window.

Added by Nancy Coffey on Apr 09, 2016 9:49 PM

Nancy Coffey
Grace B Stephens Harvey #121283068
Thank you so much for posting the memorial to Gracie. I have been looking for her for a long time. She was my gr grandmother's, Nancy E Stephens Brock, sister. We never knew very much about my gr grandmother's family. It was only about a year ago I discovered they were from Metcalfe Co. I had all the names of her siblings & their approximate ages from the 1880 census records. I have located them all except one brother. I found your memorial by searching for all the Stephenses in Scott Co.
She has a brother buried in Sellersburg.
Do you, by any chance, know her husband's name?
Again, thank you & God Bless, Nancy

Added by Nancy Coffey on Apr 09, 2016 9:45 PM

Steve & Mary (Masengale) Lovell
Fidella Baker Millis #88784317
Thank you so very much for submitting the picture of the gravestone for Fidella Baker Millis at Pleasant Ridge Cemetery.

She was my great-grandfather's first wife. They married December 30, 1894 in Clark County, Indiana and moved to his hometown of Plainville, Daviess, Indiana. She contracted Typhoid Fever and died August 25, 1894.

From what my grandmother (from Burton's second marriage) told me, even though Fidella had not lived long in Plainville she had made many good friends and was dearly loved. She also said that Fidella had been expecting their first child at the time of her death so her death was even more tragic.

Thank you for helping to remember Fidella. Her obituary published in Washington stated she was a beautiful talented young lady, had been an instructor in German at the Borden College and very involved with her church.

Added by Steve & Mary (Masengale) ... on Jan 01, 2016 2:09 PM


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