|BAB/FNB||RE: Fred Weiner|
You're very welcome.
Added by BAB/FNB on Jul 18, 2017 2:12 PM
|Jane Hockaden||RE: Caspar Irrgang|
You are very welcome!!
|Tom & Gwendolyn Tabor||Family|
This Tom just wanted let you know I'm making a trip to Hardinsburg tomorrow. Hoping to be able to look at the record book of Ephesus Church. For your Andrew Driskell an my John Tabor.
If any other family members in that area you need let me know.
|Melissa Holt||photo of Charles Herrald|
Check this link; maybe the person posting this info could go take a photo for you: http://www.etherton.net/haglceme.htm
|valerie knouse kooyker||RE: Foertmeyer|
You are most welcome! I was very happy to do this for you.
|Tom & Gwendolyn Tabor||Andrew driskell|
I was back down to Ephesus cemetery breckinridge county kentucky. Next to his wife Lydia is a spot completely void of grass just dirt. Looks to me as a tombstone use set there. Not sure if Andrews but a good possibility.
I have got plans meet with the pastor of the church. To look at cemetery burial records maybe a location can be found an something put in rememberance for Andrew. An hopefully my 3rd great grandfather also buried here by family records.
Will keep updated. As I get more
Sincerly Thomas Tabor
|David Michele||RE: DeGerome|
You're welcome, happy to help any way I can.
|Jan Pate||RE: Nancy Pate|
I was very happy to send it to you Gayle. I've also posted some other pictures, Pate's included, on the Pisgah Cemetery site on Find A Grave if there are others you are looking for.
Added by Jan Pate on Jan 29, 2017 12:05 PM
|B. Doerhoefer||Anna Dattilo|
You have a request for Anna Dattilo's head stone and she has a duplicate record out there. Please reference 134706220. I looked at the plot today and there is room for 24 people. looks like there are only a few graves left.
|Bobby Hunt||RE: Hardin Pate|
No thanks necessary, Gayle. I can send you a photo of the area where he is supposed to be buried, but that's it. All the sections are different now because of the overburials. Where he would be was called Elm Tree Division in a 1907 map of Eastern.
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