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Genealogy is one of my hobbies. I do research on my family lines, including: Freeman, Bean, Greenwalt, Johnson, and Judd. I have taken a few photos in cemeteries near my home in Santa Claus, Indiana. Please feel free to use any of the photos I submit here.|
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|24th Infantry Division TAPS||Raymond S. Bell|
Thanks for the photos
|Bill Schraeder||RE: Janet|
Glad I could help. Bill
|Scott Delinger||Thank you!|
Paul W Brown (DDS) was my grandfather, and my ability to visit Dale is very limited as I live in Western Canada. I appreciate your addition of that photo very much.
|Tina Baker||A Big Thank You|
Thank you for taking the time to take this photo.
|Gramma||correction to my last post title|
That should refer to the bio of Andrew, not James.
Added by Gramma on May 04, 2016 5:04 PM
|Gramma||more on Rev James & Rebecca Freeman in Jame's bio|
I do not have at my finger tips, my source for them having 13 children (as I had posted earlier), but most of my data comes from the works of Kenny Fiebelman or from a census. Perhaps some of those 13 were from his first wife? I'm going to delete about the 13 children for now, until I can verify it.
Added by Gramma on May 04, 2016 5:03 PM
|Gramma||edit for father of Andrew Jackson Freeman|
Thanks. I am going to quote part of your new bio of his father, to explain why a man about 39 yrs old married a woman 21 yrs younger, which always raises suspicion with me. If that quote is not OK, I will remove it. Guess you and I must be cousins!
Added by Gramma on May 04, 2016 4:53 PM
|Eldred Pickett||RE: Mary/Marie Sauer|
You're very welcome - glad to help!
A nice photo of yours appears on the Sligo cemetery's page...
but you are in IN? Is this photo really from Sligo, MO, and if it is, were you there possibly researching MY Freeman ancestors? ;-)
Added by Gramma on Jan 19, 2015 11:36 AM
|Charles Schmidt||RE: Richard Lovell|
Sorry it's taking me so long to share the other picture. It seemed the easiest thing to do was to make memorials for William and Annie Lovell. They're numbers 140963753 and 140963758, respectively. I'm more than happy to transfer them to you if you'd like. Richard's stone is directly to the right of theirs.
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