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Christa (#47648288)
 member for 5 years, 3 months, 25 days
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Bio Photo Hi,
I am new to this site, and I really enjoy looking up the graves of my relatives and ancestors. It's so nice to be able to leave a flower or note even if it is "virtual." I spent a lot of time during my childhood looking for graves with my grandparents and parents. My family has always been very interested in genealogy. We even did gravestone rubbings. My most vivid memory is one when I was about seven. My grandparents befriended a man who owned a farm in the back hills of Pennsylvania. He seemed to know of a family graveyard that my grandmother was seeking. He took us up a very steep and hilly pasture in his pick up truck to the top. On the way up, the truck door flew open and I fell out! Fortunately I was not injured and we went on to find the grave of a very distant grandmother buried in a heavily wooded and overgrown area.

I would be happy to go to any area cemeteries in Northwest Indiana and post photos if someone is looking for a particular grave. I have already had one of my requests fulfilled and I am very appreciative. Update: So far I have tried to fulfill three requests and I am finding that there is no record of the people in the cemeteries that are listed for them. I've hit a dead end with all three so I hope I can have some success at some point!
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Barbara Wolf
RE: Elijah Beard
Glad to be able to help you out. Lucy's tombstone was in pretty good shape for the age but Elijah's time had taken a tole on it.
Added by Barbara Wolf on May 09, 2012 5:14 PM
RE: Moeller's Funeral Home
Thank you so much for all you have done. I guess i was wrong. I really dont know what to do or say. But, I will forever be grateful to you for trying.

Have a great Christmas.
Added by bleusz on Dec 24, 2011 7:38 AM
RE: Mary Turner
to make your life more confused, I just added more Turners. Enjoy
Added by hoffduo on Dec 21, 2011 4:50 PM
RE: Richard Bruce
I would LOVE to have the map you have it would be awesome.

Yes I know it was awhile ago but I am betting it was Angelcrest. Dang it.

If you find this for me I will owe you big time.

I will email you my email address privately.

Added by bleusz on Dec 15, 2011 7:47 AM
RE: Richard Bruce
That is strange since that is where the funeral was held all those years ago. I am sorry I cannot remember exactly where in the cemetery, I was there he was my cousin.

My only suggestion would be to contact Moeller Funeral home since they own Angelcrest.
Added by bleusz on Dec 14, 2011 6:47 AM
RE: Mary Turner
Yes, according to the stones, both were his wife. Unless another Allen turner.

Added by hoffduo on Dec 10, 2011 7:27 PM
RE: Allen Turner
if you look at Allen Turner, you will see writing on the first picture. It discusses Mary. I couldn't add the transcription because I didn't make the page.
Added by hoffduo on Dec 09, 2011 9:11 PM
RE: Allen Turner
he was married to Mary also, but I can't connect her, because I didn't put her in. I only added the pic. you will have to aske the person who put original info to connect family members. I connected the ones I could. Got info off cemstone. When I search, I get people around to help others find family. I enjoy it. Wish had time to do more.
Added by hoffduo on Dec 09, 2011 7:06 PM

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