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|Joseph Crone (#46919259)|
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I have been involved in Genealogy since about 1980 off and on. Now that I am retired I am able to devote more time to my passion. I now live in Greenwood, Indiana. I sometimes feel that I am related to half the people in Harrison, Floyd, Clark, Crawford and Perry counties in Indiana and Hardin County Kentucky.|
I gladly transfer any of the memorials that I have created when the person is not my relative or if you are a closer relative than I am. If we are related I like to share or trade information about the family.
Major Families that I research:
!!! I will transfer requests for changes unless request tells me not to transfer. !!!
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|Joe Leong||Donald Wood Jr|
Left a photo of CPT Wood. lmk when you see it.
Thanks a bunch for Angie and David
Added by Peabody on Sep 05, 2017 5:23 PM
|Linda [Cunningham] Day-Emerson||Kassing Memorials in Ohio|
Hello Joseph. I am a fellow FindAGrave contributor. I am related to most (likely all) Kassings in the Iowa and Ohio area and I have been researching them for 30+ years. In that time, I have collected MANY obituaries and other printed articles on the Kassings and extended families.
Before I take the time to upload all of them, I'll ask, Would you indeed be interested in having them posted?
Thank you for your time and thank you for being a contributor to FindAGrave.
Linda [Cunningham] Day-Emerson
San Tan Valley, AZ
|Christopher Ware||William Linhart (#50383703)|
Hi Joseph, I believe you may have him connected to the wrong parents. He is not listed with Philip and Eliza in the 1860 or 1870 censuses. However, I do find him in the 1860 census with John and Elizabeth Linhart (#48908630/48908644). Thoughts?
|Jacquelyn Kiefner||Richard Thomas|
Thanks for doing this.
I was just checking on Richard Thomas because he married Elizabeth Crayton. Basic info gives a birth year of 1805 and a death year of 1836, but also says "aged 48 yrs., 4 mo and 29 days." I didn't see a photo of his marker but it seems to me that his actual death year would be 1853. He appears in the 1850 census in Harrison County with his wife and children.
|Julie A (Eskridge) Taylor||Cole Family at Maple Grove|
Hello Joseph, in my research I have come across Timothy A. Cole, who is a distant relative to my Walter Cole from Harrison County, Indiana.. Looks like a bunch of them settled in Hancock County, Ohio... I was linking some of them up when I see that you will transfer and it would be much quicker for me to have the memorial than to send all of the suggestion edits to you.. I was hoping that you would kindly transfer your Cole's from Ohio to me, and I will be sure to add their birth dates as well as get them linked to their family, if they are not related. It is a project that I have been working on,, and I thank you so much for having them listed.. Julie (Eskridge) Taylor, once married to Roy Cole with 2 sons, Steven and Matthew Cole. I am hoping some day they (my sons) will be interested in their lineage.. 47008461.
|Jennie Haufe||Denzil Duglas Crosier|
Thank you so much for your work on the memorial for Denzil Duglas Crosier. I have been working on this family and trying to get all there memorials updated and I appreciate the quick response from you in keeping this memorial up to date when editing is needed. Thank you!!!
|Alex P. Reed||RE: Ina Marie (Taylor) Todd|
I just messaged the Find A Grave team to have both memorials merged. It might take several days or weeks or so until they are merged, since the administrators have a high volume of emails to process.
|Alex P. Reed||Ina Marie (Taylor) Todd|
I am putting together one of my friends' family trees, and noticed that you have a memorial of a lady by this name. She has a memorial pre-dating yours (#46987031 is yours, and #38386806 is the original), and she died under the last name of Sadler (her second husband; death certificate verifies this as well). Ina has headstones with both her first husband Morris Todd and her second husband Jay Sadler, and all three are buried in the same cemetery (Greenwood Cemetery in Greenwood, Indiana). I think these should be merged so that Ina only has 1 memorial. I see that both memorials are linked to her parents and both spouses, but I think one memorial for Ina is more necessary. I am currently waiting for a linking of her daughter with yours and that of her father Morris Todd. If the memorials are merged, it would show the memorial with both headstone photos and be linked to the parents and husbands. What do you think?
|Robert Kellems||Harold R. & Edna E. Fuch|
Dear Mr. Crone,
I am trying to locate the grave of Edna Fuch.
I am 69 years old and when I lived in Tell City,
I had a neighbor by the names of Edna and Duke Fuch.
They had a daughter by the name of Belinda Fuch.
I never knew Duke's real first name.
I found this through Find A Grave and was wondering if you would be so kind to let me know is this is the couple I am looking for.
I remember that Edna had a dress shop in Tell City that I believe was on the main street.
Thank you for your assistance.
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