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TamiKPelling (#47029934)
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Bio Photo Hello, I conduct business as Gracing God's Acres ~ Cemetery Restoration, and Fallen Leaf Genealogical Consulting.

During 2009, I volunteered my knowledge, skills, and equipment for cemetery restoration at Paris Cemetery, Clinton County, Indiana.

In memory of my step-father whom was a retired U.S. Army Master Sergeant E8, I began a new project in 2010 within Clinton County, Indiana entitled "Stones Of Our Soldiers."

I am a member of the National Genealogical Society, Association of Professional Genealogist, Association for Gravestone Studies, Indiana Genealogical Society, Clinton County Genealogical Society (1st Vice President/Program Director), Wabash Valley Genealogical Society, and Daughters of the American Revolution, Captain Harmon Aughe and also volunteer for the Indiana Department of Natural Resources.
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Diane Addington
Jacob Rude
I just saw your work on this stone. Thank you very much for all your efforts on restoring these stones! You ARE appreciated. Diane Addington Matherly
Added by Diane Addington on Sep 22, 2016 5:56 AM
Gwen
Paulina Klatt - Paris Cemetery
Thank you for searching through the Cemetery to attempt to find & photograph Paulina's resting place for me. I appreciate your time & efforts.

I will just have to be happy knowing where she was laid to rest. That took many, many years to learn so I'm grateful for that!

Thank you again Tami!!
Gwen
Added by Gwen on Feb 12, 2016 6:54 AM
Carolyn Ellis
Daniel Kimble
I don't know how this happened but he is on Find A Grave twice with his wife Mary. His number is 39907453. You have turned him over to me but because you created the memorial I can't delete it. I was wondering if you would go in and get it deleted since when it shows up twice on his wife's memorial so she shows up twice on his. I am hoping when you delete him she will only show up once too. Anyway when I tried to delete it I was told I couldn't do it since I wasn't the one to create it.
Thanks,
Carolyn
Added by Carolyn Ellis on May 12, 2015 3:58 PM
vclarke65
Brandon
Hi Tami,
We discussed restoration of Brandon in 2012. My Mom and I visited this past weekend and noticed that it had been cleaned up and I wondered if this was one you had gotten around to.
Added by vclarke65 on Oct 16, 2014 7:11 AM
Nancy Reed
Noah Ostler
Noah Ostler was born in 1878, son of Samantha Taylor and James Ostler. It is probably that he was around 20 days old, not years.

Happy to share any family info or photos i have.
Added by Nancy Reed on Aug 08, 2014 3:03 PM
C. Baker
Jacob & Elizabeth Barnet - Paris Cemetery
Hi Tami,

I just wanted to send a quick note to point out a mixup on two Elizabeth Barnet's buried in Paris cemetery. You are showing Jacob's wife as Elizabeth Whitcomb, however his wife is Elizabeth Webb who was born in 1782 and died April 16, 1854. The headstone is correct, just the wrong information. Elizabeth Whitcomb was John Mathias Barnett's wife. Jacob and Elizabeth are my great-great-great grandparents. For some reason, I didn't notice this before.

Thank you again for all the wonderful work you did at Paris Cemetery. It is so very much appreciated.
Added by C. Baker on May 10, 2014 8:20 PM
Mr.Ron
Nancy H.Paris
I am confused:Find a grave shows Nancy interned in Paris Cemetery correct?It also has a Nancy H.Paris Campbell interned in Vaughn Cemetery Christian County Missouri.Same person I believe according to bio written by Samuel Paris(1813-1888).I'm related to the Paris'and Blystones.I have been to Paris Cemetery many times.You and your friends have done a fine work there.Is there any possibility of doing the same for old Michigantown Cemetery?
Added by Mr.Ron on Oct 17, 2013 9:37 AM
C. Ann Carruthers
James Lynn McDowell
Hi, Tami - I am so impressed with what you have been doing in terms of genealogy. I will send you an e-mail to comment further.

C. Ann Carruthers
Born and raised in Murphysboro, Ill., which is the hometown of Jim.
Added by C. Ann Carruthers on May 17, 2013 1:30 PM
Mr.Ron
Lewis Cemetery
First of all I want to thank you and others for your restoration of Paris Cemetery.Good job,I have visited several times.I am related to the Blystones and Paris'.My grandmothers mother was Lydia Myrtle Blystone Strawn,her father Josephus Blystone being the son of Samuel M.Blystone.
My questions to you are,do you have access to any info abt the "Lewis Family"cemetery Michigan township section 16 near Wildcat Creek?What I can only gather is it says its"gone."Is there any record of who was buried there and any dates or bios of anyone interned there?Thanks for listening and thank you all again for restoring a "family"cemetery.Ronald Clidence Anderson In.
Added by Mr.Ron on May 09, 2013 9:59 AM
Richard Morris
Pictures of Dow Tombstones
Thank you so much! I very much appreciate your effort in taking the pictures I requested.

Added by Richard Morris on Apr 12, 2013 4:54 PM
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