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|Dan Meno in Indy (#47125457)|
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"I've worked professionally as a Nationally Certified Genealogist since 2003. I never get tired of teaching families about their pasts and opening doors to long hidden parts of family ancestory. Find A Grave provides us all a wonderful avenue to memorialize our family and friends" From Dan Meno, Indpls, IN.|
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|Daggz||RE: Eliza Neff|
I am happy to try and help! I know there are a number of Neff headstones in Oakwood, but it does appear that Eliza is unmarked. I will check later today just to confirm.
Added by Daggz on Mar 08, 2017 7:15 AM
|Steve Coop||Lt. Milton Olshewitz|
Thank you for the additional photos of Lt. Milton Olshewitz. They are appreciated.
|Marion Clas||RE: FAG Transfer Request|
Hi Dan, I have made the transfer of your cousin, John T. Glover II to you. Very nice picture you posted. Happy Thanksgiving to you and family.
|patricia hook||RE: Indiana's 1st Landowners|
I sent you an email to your email address with more land information on Edward Murray. I noticed that his Elizabeth was a Risinger. My great great grandfather was a Jacob Rinsinger. Just wandering if we might be related. He was from Pennsylvania and lived near Pierceville, Indiana. He was also one of Indiana's 1st Landowners.
The edit tab is a good method to send me a private message or you can leave a public message in the messages. Let me know what pictures you want moved. Feel free to copy any data. I don't know what is correct for the Alesia memorials so I am hoping you will tell me what I need to copy to your memorials, edit, or delete.
Thanks for posting the map to the cemetery! It is definitely tricky to find.
|Mellonie Hoffman||My Sister' Gravestone|
Hi, Dan -
I've been looking for my baby sister's gravestone for many years, and I notice that you posted a picture of it on my page. Thank you for that, as it was a very traumatic time for us kids, and there was always a question about where she was buried. I remember my mom bringing a tissue paper image of what was to become her gravestone, and it looks exactly like the picture you submitted, with little lambs on the borders. Thanks again, for settling this burning question. Mellonie
|Penny Brand Beaman||Barnett|
Thank you again for the great photos!
|C Jirsa||Geroge AC Coffey photo|
Dan Thanks for taking the photo of my great grandfathers tombstone. I expected it to be very difficult to read as the picture my father tried to take was not very clear. Hope my information made it easy for you to find the grave. Thanks again.
Added by C Jirsa on Aug 25, 2010 12:54 PM