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Have been interested in and researching my family genealogy now for over 25 years.They include some of the following surnames: MARTIN,RHODES,PRATHER(PRATER),LOCK(E),OTT,GILPIN and LONGSWORTH just to name a few.|
Also interested in veterans graves who served in the French and Indian War,American Revolution,War of 1812 and the Civil War.Have walked a lot cemeteries in Indiana and Kentucky.Born in Indiana and lived there most of my life.Now reside in Switzerland County,Indiana.Do research in the following counties
Allen,DeKalb,Hendricks,Morgan,Noble & Switzerland Counties.
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|Diane McBurney Ferguson||Oliver A Day/ Susan Mary Williams|
Are you related to Oliver and or Susan ? I am looking for a tie to the family thru who I believe is their son's wife. Charles Day was married to Katie (Catherine) Wainscott Day. She is buried on our family homeplace and just trying to place her.
Thank you for any and all help.
Diane McBurney Ferguson
The Find A Grave # you have for Joseph McDaniel #47503019 seems to be a duplicate for the above number. Both men have the same name and duplicate records for their service in the Civil War, including enlistment and discharge dates.
Joe McDaniel has a traditional stone in Crawfordsville where he is buried with his wife. I found Joseph in Santa Claus, IN when I saw that a military headstone was ordered for the Mt. Zion Cemetery there 30 years after his death. Any ideas on this mystery?
I am looking forward to hearing from you.
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|Cat Houchins||Lindley Cemetery|
I was wondering how to go about correcting the town for Lindley Cemetery? It is located behind the Greenlawn Cemetery in Greentown, rather than in Kokomo. I have many family members buried in both.
I've not run across this before.
50 N at 750 E
Liberty Twp., Howard Co., Indiana
|Brenda Ramsey||Joseph W. Redd|
Memorial # 58216289. Son of Robert Todd Redd and Elizabeth Waltz died 6 Oct 1909 . Form Indiana Death record #102 and Civil War Pension clamed by second wife. First wife Hannis Jane Colyan, married, 19 Jun 1863,Indiana Marriage record. Second wife Emeline Sebastine married 1891 In. Would you be so kind to change death date and add his mother and wives. Please add full name and don't abbreviate Joseph. Thank you so much.
|Jeffrey Bryant||58th Indiana Infantry|
I am beginning to build a virtual cemetery for the 58th Indiana Infantry and found you have also begun one. I've found over 170 memorials so far (with the addition of ones from your virtual cemetery that I didn't already have). Feel free to add them to your virtual cemetery.
|deanna french||Carroll Co. Henry Olds Civil War Veteran|
May I use the photo's that you contributed to the memorial page of Henry Olds, to post on the Vermont C.W.site? ( www.vermontcivilwar.org)
You will receive credit for this.
Thank you for your consideration.
|Jimmy Jones||59th Indiana Inf.|
William Morton Churchill (# 41120352) was a Captain in the unit.
|Larry Slavens||CW burials|
If you're still adding to your Civil War virtual cemeteries, here are a few more names:
Robert Crane alias Wing 36th Indiana ID 164624176
Willis Slavens 51st Indiana ID 120090527
James Harvey Slavens 51st Indiana ID 16208675
Milton Slavens 51st Indiana ID 147255969
The Slavens boys are half-brothers of my great-grandfather. The Crane is some degree of cousin to his mother.
|Steve Harvey||Lt. Robert Harvey|
Would you kindly please transfer Robert Harvey's Find A Grave ( #38054494 ) to myself ( #49042161 ). I am Robert's 3 times (direct descended) great grandson.
I am new to Find A Grave and have found the situation that many of my relatives have already been posted. I'm trying to gather my direct ancestors and of course Robert is one of them.
Twenty years ago this cemetery was one of those forgotten cemeteries. Over grown with weeds and poison ivy. George Garrott, my wife and I restored it.
As a genealogist I will be posting additional information.
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