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Stoogette
Thanks!!
Thank you very much for the transfer! I really appreciate it a lot!
Added by Stoogette on Jul 07, 2017 10:31 PM
GiGi
Thank you.
Thank you for letting me know. I remember I was confused about the burial when I created it. I made the correction, but I'm still not sure it's right. Please look and if still not right, please give me the memorial # of someone who is buried in the correct cemetery and I would transfer it there.
Added by GiGi on May 29, 2017 10:50 AM
The Good Son
RE: ALBERT GANT Memorial# 138637829
Done. Thanks for the information.
Added by The Good Son on May 13, 2017 1:24 PM
Stone Seeker
Ethel Carnes
Thanks, Linda, for catching my duplicate.
Added by Stone Seeker on May 10, 2017 9:18 AM
Adrienne
Bay
Many thanks for posting the picture of the Bay memorial - much appreciated! (I have fixed the typo!)
Added by Adrienne on Apr 17, 2017 8:47 AM
JaneV
FAG Memorial # 77855799 John M Donoch
Linda,
I am wondering if you might be able to help me. I am trying to locate the grave of one John P Donogh (1806-unk.) I last know that he lived in Fairfield, Franklin, Indiana in 1880.

I found on IndianaGenWeb a listing of those graves moved when Brookville Lake was created. In the listing I find:
Donoch, John M 1836 1885 #9 Brier
Donoch, John P 1806 1897 #9 Brier http://www.ingenweb.org/infranklin/pages/cemeteries/cemsimsbrier.html

Looking at the pictures on Memorial # 77855799 I am wondering if that is a "g" and not "c" ???

If it is Donogh, it still leaves many unanswered questions. Where is John P's grave? Who is John M? In 1885, John P's son, whose middle name is Ormsby is alive and well in practicing dentistry in Cincinnati. There is an unidentified John on the 1880 Census which may be this fellow. I cannot believe that John P lived until 1897 but that gives me a larger time frame to look for information!

Thanks if you can help.

Jane
Added by JaneV on Apr 14, 2017 12:30 PM
Dan Price
RE: Lelia Persinger Lucas
Hi Linda,
My wife and son are descendants of Henry and Sarah Glasscock Persinger, they are 2nd great grandparents to my wife. Please email me at danp1395@yahoo.com, I probably can give you their ancestry back a few generations. Dan
Added by Dan Price on Apr 07, 2017 3:57 PM
Ron Harris
RE: John M. Paddock
It does not natter to me. He is my GG Uncle. If you want to transfer it would be fine with me. I thought anyone doing research would want to know the information. I have been going through find-a-grave and trying to update and add ancestors and connect families.

Thanks,

Ron Harris
Added by Ron Harris on Apr 05, 2017 10:40 AM
Ron Harris
John M. Paddock
Listed on John's death certificate as his parents are Tristram Paddock and Charlotte (Palmer) Paddock. These are actually his grandparents. They raised him. It is all spelled out in Tristram Paddock's will. John is the son of Sarah Paddock and an unknown father. Tristram calls John his grandson in his will and explains that the reason he is leaving Sarah so little (100.00) is because he raised her son for her. Sarah was only 16 and unwed at the time of John's birth. She later married Job Harris and after his death she married Elisha Bracey. She had one other child by Job Harris, Arthur Harris who is buried at West Point Cemetery in Liberty, IN.
Added by Ron Harris on Apr 05, 2017 9:30 AM
Nancy Douglas
RE: William Van Meter
I would appreciate any info you find. I know that there are still a lot of Van Meters in that area, however, my direct line did leave there. You might also find it spelled Van Metre or originally it was spelled Van Meteren. Let me know if I can be of any help in the greater Kansas City area.
Added by Nancy Douglas on Jan 10, 2017 10:57 AM
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