|Brenda Smith (#46903686)|
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I am an amature at all things "geneaology." I love to take pictures at cemeteries and have begun to upload them here. If you need further information on any of the photos just e-mail me.|
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|Sandra Nunley||RE: Transfer|
Yes, I would love to have Phebe's memorial transferred to me. My Member # is 47318656. Phebe is my 2nd great grandmother on my mother's side. Thanks so much for offering. I really do appreciate it. - Sandra
|Never Forget||Thanks For the Edits|
Thank so very much for the edits to my extended family members, Henry Denton, and his wife, Margaret.
|R. Dailey||RE: Uncle John Daugherty Find A Grave Memorial# 53599212|
Thanks for following up on this!
I appreciate it very much.
|R. Dailey||Uncle John Daugherty Find A Grave Memorial# 53599212|
Last week at the Otter Creek Cem I noted that Uncle John Daugherty has a large stone with dates etc and is not the stone pictured on this posting, Find A Grave Memorial# 53599212.
The military stone pictured is J. J. Daugherty and is south across the road in Section A rather than section B where "Uncle John" is buried next to Hugh Daugherty.
Thanks for all your work.
Your help on this would be appreciated.
|R. Dailey||Hugh Daugherty Find A Grave Memorial# 53599211|
First, thanks for all your work.
Second, I recently visited Otter Creek Cem to confirm the military info noted on this posting and found no inscription on this stone relative to Co I 23rd Ind Inf or any other unit. Perhaps this is an error?
|Patricia Herrin Mitschelen ||McCormick Transfers|
Brenda - Thank you kindly for transferring to me Philip McCormick and Mary Ann (Polly) Herrin- McCormick.....Pat
Truly pioneers of Lawrence Township, Marion County, Indiana.
|Wilma||Mae Amanda Sims #166955898|
I don't understand either, it is there just under the Fairview Cemetery sign. I guess it is just telling me not to post anymore of those pictures...if I click on the message and say ok the picture will go away...but don't want that so I guess I will ignore it. Thanks for replying to me about it. I don't have any pictures of Amanda, but will put a picture of her headstone when I get one made.
Added by Wilma on Jul 15, 2016 10:03 AM
|Wilma||Mae Amanda Sims #166955898|
I just created this memorial and I notice that there is a message from you under the Cemetery Sign that says do not post cemetery photos on this site.
I am curious, does this mean if there was a headstone in place that I should not post a picture of it on here? Because as of right now there is none but I have plans to put one there.
Added by Wilma on Jul 14, 2016 11:23 AM
|Nancy Hagood||Yeager family|
Brenda....thank you for going to the cemetery Kiser section to try and find Yeagers. I really appreciate it and I apologize it took awhile to respond. I am sure all the stones were there at sometime, but all gone but Andrew now. Again, thank you. Nancy Hagood, Oregon
|Carol Harbushka||Rev George Franklin Bundy|
Please change the name on this gravesite. This is Rev. George Bundy, the father of Rev. George Franklin Bundy. They are father and son, and many people get them mixed up. These dates match George the father, but not George Franklin Frank Bundy. Both were preachers so it is confusing. Frank was my great grandfather. His mother was Julia Franklin Patrick Bundy, hence the sons middle name of Patrick.
Rev. George Franklin Frank Bundy was married to Mattie Albach. He was born 24 Feb 1860 in Allison, Lawrence Co., Illinois. He died 14 June 1932 in Golden City, Barton Co., Missouri. He had been living with his daughter Ruth Mae Bundy Baker due to ill health. I have yet to find his gravesite, but I believe it is in Missouri.
Carol Baker Harbushka in Arizona
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