I changed it to. 3, I was not sure when I found it
Added by graveyard gals on Nov 06, 2016 12:32 PM
|Debbie (Turner) Stanley Hall||ROBERT HUNT|
I LOOK AT ancestry.com today and you have him already in your tree thank you for info. So now he is not a lost soul and has family links now.
Added by Debbie (Turner) Stanley ... on Aug 30, 2016 9:44 AM
Thank you for the Armstrong Suggestion. I have added it to the memorial.
Added by Dale Parrott on Jul 13, 2016 6:41 AM
|Cliff Blanchard||Donald Rufus Clerk FAG#152265644|
John, I just talked to the Clearview Cemetery owner, and there's no headstone as of today. She will let me know when it's been installed, and I'll take a photo then.
Added by Cliff Blanchard on Jun 09, 2016 11:29 AM
|Joey Asbury||Alberta Kenney - Ralph McDaniels|
I do not have a marriage license or date for that marriage.
Added by Joey Asbury on Jun 06, 2016 12:09 PM
|Brenda Ramsey||Mona Clerk|
I'm so sorry it has been so long getting back to you. Have been in a big problem selling are house, moving, and remodeling. Had internet in two weeks ago. Have transferred your grandmother ( 120593170 ) over to you.
Added by Brenda Ramsey on Feb 09, 2016 7:40 AM
|BH Monroe||RE: Monroe Family Photos|
George Washington Monroe was my great great grandfather as well. His son Benjamin Franklin was my dad's grandfather. My dad was Ralph Benjamin Monroe Jr. I visited my grandfather Ralph Sr. in Sullivan Indiana when I was a child. I was trying to identify all the Monroe brothers in the family portrait you posted by guessing their ages. Do you know the date of the photo? I would guess it was from about 1885. From my research on ancestry.com I know that only four of GWs children married and none of them ever left Sullivan County. I would appreciate any other photos or information you might have that I could add to the family tree. Aside from knowing he was born in Virginia I have found nothing about George W Monroe's family before Indiana.
Added by BH Monroe on Jan 16, 2016 8:54 PM
|BH Monroe||Monroe Family Photos|
Would love to know the source of the morn family photos you have supplied here. I v would especially like to see a larger image of some of them so I could identify some of the individuals for my family tree.
Added by BH Monroe on Jan 14, 2016 4:08 PM
|Cliff Blanchard||Donald Clerk's Headstone Photo|
The Clearview Cemetery owner advised me there's no headstone, and may not be one till next year, They'll call me when it set in place.
Added by Cliff Blanchard on Dec 01, 2015 7:08 PM
|Craig W.||RE: Linda Barton|
I am going that way next week..I will call the funeral co and see if the can help me..
Added by Craig W. on Sep 05, 2015 6:43 AM
|Darrelll||Samuel and Permelia Engle|
The Engle stone is located in the far west old section of Little Flock, walk north of the large Maple tree about 10 yards and look to your left. Hope this helps.
Added by Darrelll on Aug 25, 2015 7:30 PM
|Craig W.||RE: Linda Barton|
Thanks for the info..next time I get that way I will stop and see if they can help..
Added by Craig W. on Aug 07, 2015 5:51 AM
|Craig W.||Linda Barton...|
Greetings!! I went to the Gulf Cemetery today to look for her..It is far to large a place for my decrepit old bones to walk the entire place.. Perhaps you can give me an area where she is or the name of the funeral company that buried her and I will call them..
Added by Craig W. on Aug 04, 2015 12:52 PM
|CinTam||John Hopewell Memorial|
Per your message regarding my memorial for John Hopewell, I left messages for the lady who duplicated my earlier memorial last year when she first contacted me. J. Hopewell is my direct ancestor.
Added by CinTam on Apr 07, 2015 2:15 PM
|(Helen) Jean Kennedy||Louisa Lisman|
I'm sorry, but I have no information on her birthdate. It was probably an edit requested by someone else. All the info I have (Name, first & last, Date of death, aged at death) came from the Christian County, Illinois Cemetery Inscription, Volume IV, page 19.
Added by (Helen) Jean Kennedy on Dec 01, 2014 11:51 AM
|Kim Lewis Lapham||RE: George Schaffer|
You're very welcome! Please let me know if that obituary provides some good info for you....I love to help people connect!
Added by Kim Lewis Lapham on Oct 27, 2014 9:38 PM
|Kim Lewis Lapham||RE: George Schaffer|
It appears that your George Andrew Jack Schaffer is not the same as mine.
Your George stated consistently that he was born in Missouri on the 1910(Jackson Schaffer in Gill, Sullivan, Indiana), 1920( Andrew Schaffer in Terre Haute ward 3, Vigo, Indiana), and 1930 (Andrew J Schaffer in Terre Haute,Vigo, Indiana) federal census, whereas mine was born in Scott County, Iowa.
It is possible that your George Andrew Jack Schaffer is the son of George and Margaret (Drissel) Schaffer found in the 1880 federal census of Saint Louis, St Louis (Independent City), Missouri...
There appears to be an obituary for an Andrew J Schaffer with a date of August 23 1935, here http://www.vigo.lib.in.us/obituaries?format1=LN&searchdata1=schaffer&format2=FN&searchdata2=andrew&format3=Year&searchdata3=&format4=Month&searchdata4=&submit=Search
Added by Kim Lewis Lapham on Oct 27, 2014 10:51 AM
|Becky Kellum||Cartwright Cemetery|
Thank You so much for the correction, I appreciate it much. :)
Added by Becky Kellum on Aug 28, 2014 8:25 AM
|Bonnie Morris Conrad||Gill Family in Missouri|
I have deleted the two graves posted in Missouri instead of Indiana. I did research and believed they were in Missouri. I am so glad you proved their exact location. I don't know how to delete Gill grave yard. I originally found the unmarked graves in the Historical records of Missouri and when checking did not find them posted. As you can see I have been a volunteer for over 13 years and try my hardest to prove each post and any of the connections with documentation. The record was not clear and so I proceeded in finding the family. Thanks for clearing that up. I appreciate fellow volunteers who work hard to make find a grave the excellent source it is. Thanks so much.
Added by Bonnie Morris Conrad on Aug 04, 2014 8:51 AM
The Thrasher boys grew up with my grandfather in and around Sullivan County Indiana. In fact my grandfather was listed as a step-son of Martin M Thrasher. I don't know much about the Thrasher family, but recall the name was mentioned many times by my grandfather and my father.
Added by SM on Jul 03, 2014 6:04 AM
Will be happy to transfer Thrasher to you - just let me know.
Added by SM on Jul 03, 2014 5:58 AM
Hi Mr. J. E. Clerk:
The Shepherd Cemetery that I add the burial information and family is at Carlisle, Haddon Township, Sullivan Co. Indian . From Carlisle go south on 41, go to Cox Equipment Store on left past store you will see a sign under light pole for Shaker Prairie Church and Shepherd Cemetery, turn right onto 975 south C.R. go about 3 or 4 miles to an S curve, road turns into 125 C.R. go about 2 or 3 miles to a Bedford stone house on left S curve by house turns into 1050 South C.R. go about 3 miles to the Shaker Prairie Christian Church on left side, Shepherd Cemetery is by the church. The other Shepherd Cemetery was listed as Shepherd Cemetery at Oaktown, Knox Co. Indian. Then someone changed it to Shepherd Cemetery, between Oaktown and Carlisle. Don't know what it is called now. I e-mailed someone and told them we tool an hour worth of a goose chase trying to find the cemetery near Oaktown. I sent them the location the directions to the cemetery in Haddon Township, Sullivan Co. but did not get an answer. Hope you get better help then we did.
Added by Brenda Ramsey on Jun 09, 2014 10:52 AM
|Sharon Kay Dean||Hannah|
I plan a visit to the library to see if anything is in the old newspapers. Do you hAve a transcription of the will?
Added by Sharon Kay Dean on May 13, 2014 6:22 PM
|Sharon Kay Dean||RE: Hannah Clerk/Fairmount|
I will take her photo soon. Since there is a connection then I am sure she rests with the Fitch family as the cemetery records indicate.
There is no stone for her but I will photograph the lot.
Added by Sharon Kay Dean on May 13, 2014 6:15 AM
|Sharon Kay Dean||Hannah Clerk/Fairmount|
Is Hannah connected to the Fitch family. Records show her there, but without a stone.
Added by Sharon Kay Dean on May 13, 2014 12:18 AM