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Dianna Kay Chowning Woodbury (#46830276)
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Bio Photo I am mom of a 21 year old son,whom i adore.I love history and genealogy. I miscarried by daughter, whom my son is her twin ,Jan 11,1996 and i lost my dad,April 25,2002. I am reacently a newlywed to a wonderful man Who happens to be my sons best friend. It took 43 years and 3 months to be so happy. I have had 2 failed marriages that ended up in nasty heartbreaking divorces. My son is truly happy for how things worked out. I thank god everyday for having them in my life.
The surnames i am working on are Chowning,Wall,Decamp,Stout,Knoll,Geesaman.I love to look up old abandoned ,lonely cemeteries and help them have flowers too.If you ever have trouble looking up dates for someone ,id love to help.Email anytime.
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cassandra dortch
I am looking for my relatives from my dads side his name is gregory chowning and fathers name was james andrew chowning he died when he was 25 I also think his fathers name was james andrew chowning also were all from indiana my name is cassandra leigh chowning but my mom gave me her last name after we moved to california do you know any thing about these chownings please contact me at
Added by cassandra dortch on May 03, 2017 11:28 AM
Linda Dunham
RE: Bruce Dunham

Thanks, I hadn't checked.

Linda Susie
Added by Linda Dunham on Mar 22, 2017 3:02 AM
Linda Dunham
RE: Bruce Dunham

If there is a way you can keep the bio on but not list him in Fountain Park, that would be very nice.

Linda Susie Dunham
Added by Linda Dunham on Mar 21, 2017 7:16 AM
Linda Dunham
RE: Bruce Dunham

I thought the bio was nice. Yes, I was married to him over 30 years and was at the nursing home and stayed with him all night. He died the next morning. He was transferred from IU in Indianapolis and I don't know how he lasted as long as he did. Burkett's Lymphoma usually strikes much younger people. We were divorced but remained friends. Thanks for taking care of him. He was really sick.

Added by Linda Dunham on Mar 02, 2017 3:00 PM
Cheryl Ayres
Re: Alvy Death Certificate
I uploaded a photo of it on his memorial. Not very good copy, very faded on one side.
Added by Cheryl Ayres on Feb 09, 2017 3:52 AM
Cheryl Ayres
Re: Elbina (McGlaughlin Stout
I have checked also the 1900 census, it also has birth as Nov,1858 like the death certificate all censuses also have her race as white. She is listed with her parents in Harrison Twsp,Wells Co. IN in 1860

Theod S Mc Laughlin M 39 Ohio
Martha Mc Laughlin F 21 Ohio
James Mc Laughlin M 4 Indiana
Alvina A Mc Laughlin F 1 Indiana
Samantha A Ruple F 13 Indiana

All are listed as white, Theodore's occupation was Physician. Theodore died in the Civil War 29,Mar,1862 Benton,MO. Theodore & Martha were married 24,Feb,1853 Jay Co. IN. In 1870, her mother Martha is remarried to Jacob Sutton, they married 17,Mar,1864 Jay Co. IN & has 2 children born so far to this marriage. Again all are listed as race white.

1870 Pike,Jay,IN

Jacob Sutton M 43 Ohio
Martha Sutton F 32 Ohio
Alice M Sutton F 4 Indiana
Ida C Sutton F 2 Indiana
James S Mclaughlen M 14 Indiana
Elbina A Mclaughlen F 11 Indiana

Albina's mother's parents were Salem Green b. OH & Margaret A Askins b. Ireland, they married 1,Oct,1837 Meigs Co. OH. All this information came from documents you can view through The death certificate for Albina I got through which you have to subscribe to, that is why I posted it to her memorial as documentation & to help document information. you can view for free but have to register. These are all digitized records not transcriptions. The evidence is all there & it seems there is no native american. Sometimes stories past down can be construed different ways, that is why documentation needs to be done. I hope you get some use out the information I am sending.
Added by Cheryl Ayres on Feb 06, 2017 11:58 PM
Janet Lucas
RE: Lucas
Yes, She (Emily) would be my 3rd great aunt. I had a mystery to solve with her, because her sister-in-law was also an Emily Lucas and their identities were mixed up in a lot of research. Thanks for replying so quickly and happy holidays to you!
Added by Janet Lucas on Dec 21, 2016 7:31 AM
Addie Barndollar isn't buried in Hopewell Cemetery. She's buried in Gardens of Memory in Muncie. Photos of her headstone are posted there. Thanks, Judy
Added by JudyS on Jun 29, 2016 12:54 PM
Sunnie Daze
Thank you!

Thanks for the recent transfer of Esther.

In reference to the other matter of a person we were discussing, send me an email so I can give you an update on the person. Much to tell.

Thanks again! Linda
Added by Sunnie Daze on Jul 18, 2015 7:13 PM
Vivian Mae Allison

Are you interested in writing a bio for Vivian and telling the story of the dollhouse memorial? Since it is listed on findagrave's main page under 'Interesting Monuments' it seems to be getting a lot of flower tributes.

It would be nice to have the story about how many people have been caretakers over the years and how it was renovated and landscaped by complete strangers.

If you don't have the time to write anything and hyperlink to her ancestors- perhaps you could transfer it (unless she is a relative you don't want to part with).

Added by kw on Nov 13, 2014 2:30 PM
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