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DARRELL HISEY (#46977755)
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84 yrs of age, retired Senior Supervising Field Auditor for AIG. Originally from Harrison Co. In. Involved in Hisey genealogy over 40 years. Live Chattanooga, Tn. U.S. Air Force Combat trained Air Police veteran served Philippines and North Africa 1951-1955. Collect data on any and all Hisey's and gladly furnish or swap info with anyone free of charge.(Over 12,000 Hisey listings in my database)
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Kathy Stroope Veasey
RE: Jacob Haas Hisey
Thanks Darrell
Added by Kathy Stroope Veasey on Jun 21, 2017 11:41 AM
RE: hisey/ Wurm
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Added by senglema on Nov 09, 2016 7:13 AM
Hisey and Wurm Families
Mr. Hisey,

Im looking for information and especially photos of several of the Hisey and Wurm families of Harrison Co., Indiana near Corydon. This includes photos of the Cornelius (1851-1929) & Florence (1850-1927) Hisey family and their house/farm, his sister Mary Hisey Wurm (1867-1925) who lived nearby at one time and her brother in law Lee Wurm. Lee Wurm was killed in a steam engine accident in 1918 while shredding corn on the Hisey farm. My grandparents bought this land and house in 1939. I now own the house.

Would you happen to have any such photos that youd be willing to share or direct me to someone who may?

Also Im curious as to how one time county treasurer Willison Hisey (1820-1884) may be related to Cornelius. He was treasurer around the time of the Civil War.

Thank you for your time,
Sean Engleman
Added by senglema on Nov 08, 2016 11:04 AM
David Hisey
tracking my family history (hisey)
Hello Darrell,

My Name is David Hisey and over the last year I started tracking down my family through
tracked myself to Joseph Henry Hisey 1827/1862,, I wanted to confirm his father was Frederick hisey..

Any hisey history from Frederick on back would be very helpful

I thank you for your time

sincely, Dave

P.s. e-mail is angrydave69@yahoo

Added by David Hisey on Aug 20, 2016 11:26 AM
Eva Hopkins
Jack Hisey
Did you know that your dad donated the Bailly Cross to St Patrick's Church in Chesterton?
Added by Eva Hopkins on Aug 05, 2016 5:47 PM
David L. McMonigle
RE: Wm McMonigle
The legend has been passed on through the generations that William McMonigle was killed at the Battle of Brandywine. I have never been able to find official confirmation on this. I tried finding the those who lost their lives in this battle but no luck so far.

Dave McMonigle
Added by David L. McMonigle on Jun 23, 2016 11:35 AM
Jerry Greer
RE: John and Sarah Purkhiser memorials 124437834 and 124437799
Have the same problem, I live in Alabama now. Being born in Kentucky, alot of my ancestors migrated from Indiana and to Indiana. Thanks for your help.
Added by Jerry Greer on Jun 12, 2016 12:10 PM
Jerry Greer
RE: John and Sarah Purkhiser memorials 124437834 and 124437799
John and Sarah are my GGG Grandparents on my Father's side. Originally I suspected they were in the Purkheiser Cemetery but could not find any information on were they were buried. Someone on find-a-grave sent me an edit thet they were located in the Cook-Tucker Cemetery. I have since made the correction on the burial locations. Thank you so much for your input. If you can, can you arrange for a photograph of their gravestone to be added to their memorial pages? Thanks again.
Added by Jerry Greer on Jun 09, 2016 12:23 PM
Cliff Schott
Spouse error
There is a serious error in her relationship as spouse of General Creighton Abrams. General Abrams was not born until 1914, 34 years after her death. Have no idea how to correct this mistake, or made it.

I was a member of the 101st. General Abrams was regarded as a super hero by the "Battling Bastards of Bastone" when he broke through the German lines and gave relief to the 101st.

Cliff Schott
Added by Cliff Schott on Apr 30, 2016 10:07 AM
RE: Sherrills Wesley Chapel Cem Ind
Best do some research on Ancestry and in Missouri Death Certs on all those in the Wesley Cem in Missouri to see where they were born and where they died and where their bodies were sent to for burial.

Someone is very confused to think dozens of people died in MO and were shipped to Indiana.
Added by Coleah on Apr 15, 2016 3:53 PM
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