|Charles Gannon (#46771893)|
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I was born and reared in Southern California until age 12 at which point our father moved us to his hometown in Southern Missouri. After graduating from High School in West Plains, MO, I have attended college, served four years in the Army, and worked in the construction industry which has allowed me to live in or visit 48 of the 50 states and a few foreign countries. I currently live in Central Indiana. My love of family history keeps me roaming cemeteries wherever and whenever possible. I have been a serious genealogist for about 18 years. The photo shows me beside the military marker of my 2nd great grand uncle, Samuel L. Gannon, Indiana 1st Heavy Artillery located in the National Cemetery, Marion, Indiana.|
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|sharlene boevingloh||RE: Warden Grave Marker|
|kmbem||RE: James F King|
You are welcome. It was my pleasure to find that info for you.
Added by kmbem on Apr 06, 2017 4:36 PM
|Steven Reed Collins||RE: Charles Dickens Headstone|
You're very welcome. It was a great excuse to take a motorcycle ride. Steve
|Jim Glidewell||RE: Richard Ferryman|
You're welcome, Charles!
|LH||RE: Simpson Headstones|
You're very welcome.
Added by LH on Oct 24, 2016 8:14 AM
|C. Lewis||Bernice Finley|
Thank you for the beautiful picture of the marker for Bernice Finley. I appreciate the time and energy you gave to fulfill this request. Thanks!
Added by C. Lewis on Oct 03, 2016 7:12 AM
|Frogman||RE: PVT Homer R Thompson|
You are welcome
Added by Frogman on Sep 19, 2016 6:07 AM
|stephanie Kurth||Elizabeth Gannon|
I'm doing research for Clinton Clark (1827- ?) who was my great grandfather. He was married 3 times and his first wife was Elizabeth Gannon (1832-1869 living in Indiana. ) Are you related or have any info concerning Elizabeth? My great grandmother was Nancy Adams 1851- 1883 who was Clinton's third wife. None of my family knows of where Clinton is buried or any of his 3 wives! I've done extensive research and cannot find any info or their grave sites. If you have any info/ pictures of any of these individuals, I'd greatly appreciate hearing from you! Thank you, Stephanie Kurth
|Amy Elizabeth||RE: Blything & Hull Graves|
You're welcome! Glad to help.
|Kay ||RE: Kornhoff Headstone|
You are most welcome.......Kay
Added by Kay on Jul 24, 2016 8:42 PM
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