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Got hooked on genealogy around 1980 and have done a great deal of first hand research in numerous counties primarily in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois and Iowa. Joined Findagrave early in 2011 as a means to make my personal collection of tombstone photographs available and to take pictures for other researchers. I post photographs for everyone's use and you do not need to ask my permission. A simple thank you is always appreciated. Lastly, managing memorials is "not my thing" so unless it's a direct ancestor of mine, I'm more than happy to transfer management.|
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Hello. Would you mind removing the photo you put on my father's memorial (110605354)? The veteran plaque was moved from the cement stone at ground level and was placed on the back of the headstone now marking the grave (as pictured on the memorial). Thanks very much for all of your work!
Added by bill3262 on Oct 20, 2016 8:01 AM
|Explorer||RE: Cox - Eel River Cemetery|
OK and you noted the stone reads "wife of C. Cox" Are you sure it is a C and not an R....Just double checking.
Added by Explorer on Aug 27, 2016 4:51 PM
|jcrook||Mildred Taylor/W. W. Taylor|
Find A Grave Memorial# 101554293
Mildred A. (Mills)Taylor
Born: June, 1855, Virginia
Died: After 1920, Indiana
She was living in Noble, Indiana according to the 1920 census.
Married: 6/2/1878 in Franklin County, VA to
Find A Grave Memorial# 101554254
Wiley W. Taylor
Born: Sept. 1840, Franklin Co., VA
Died: April 24, 1919, Miami Co., Indiana
Greenlawn Cemetery, Miami Co., Indiana
Added by jcrook on Apr 02, 2016 3:52 PM
|JANET (Simmerman) BARNABY||Stark transfer|
THANK YOU !!!
|amys||Parthena Willson Hoover|
Thank you for taking and posting this photo! It has been very helpful to my family history research. Keep up the good work, Amy
Added by amys on Jan 12, 2016 2:53 PM
|Leigh Williams||Jospeh S Brown Westlawn Cemetery Denver Indiana|
Just wanted to say thank you for uploading the picture of my Dad's headstone on here. I took one before Mom and I moved to Tennessee, but that photo album was destroyed in a fire. Don't know if you are extended family of mine or not, but words can not express my gratitude for this site and all that you do.
|James G. Hermsen||#96340795|
Here the missing information for Pauline S Metzler Ullery who is buried at Rice Cemetery:
Born: March 7, 1920 Elkhart Co., IN
Died: February 18, 1985 Elkhart, Elkhart Co., IN
Married 1941 to Kenneth Ullery (You have him but but linked only to his second wife)
Hi, Do you have any further information on this memorial. I think she may be someone I have been seeking for months; but need further information to confirm her maiden name and whether she was married more than one time.
Thanks for any help you can give.
|JANET (Simmerman) BARNABY||camden cemetary|
thank you for the transfers......sorry for the mix-up on the ones already done
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