|Charles "Charlie" Hofer (#47397100)|
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I am from Ogden, Utah. I'm the oldest son of Mary and Clifford Hofer and I have been doing family history since I was 16 years old. I am a father to one little girl, and uncle to 3 more little girls. I have been researching my family (Hofer) and these families: Terman, Saltzman, Bailey, Robbins, Bice, just to name a few. I married my wife Erica Saltzman on May 10, 2011. I am an active and dilligent volunteer photographer so if you have a photo request filled by me, please know I put a ton of time into each one I do. Right now I work mainly in Posey County, Indiana but I also do some work in Vanderburgh County, Indiana also. If you need anything please let me know. Thanks.|
Cemeteries I work: Bellefontaine, Blacks, Weiss, Beech Grove, Old Beech, Laurel Hill, St. Matthews, Mount Pleasant Baptist Church, Maple Hill Cemetery, and Mount Pleasant Cemetery in Griffin. I also work Kincheloe Cemetery and alot of small rural ones. Those by name are ones I do regularly.
Effective February 19, 2013 ANYONE who decides they want to steal a photo request that I have claimed will be reported to Find a Grave. Please check the photo request and if it is mine leave it alone. Thank You.
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|Jean ||Nicholas Bice|
Have not located the grave yet. Contacted the Historical Society and found a file on the Bice family. Found an obit on Nicholas. Jefferson County Journal Adams, NY dated 12/29/1943
He was born in Worth March 10, 1870 passed Dec 21, 1943 of a heart attack. age 73. Have a copy or you can find it in the Journal. Will claim if I locate the grave.
Added by Jean on Jun 22, 2015 3:37 PM
|Sarah Pullen ||Grave 82073722 Henry Peabody|
I requested a deletion of the father of Henry Peabody because while his father was known to be Stephen Peabody of Jefferson Co., NY it was stated on Jemima Nash's memorial that Stephen died in 1813 and then she remarried. Also, Stephen Peabody #82073723 died in 1896 at 68 years. That would make him born around 1828 which is after Henry. Any thoughts? I am doing some research on Henry's brother Jonathan who went to Allegan Co., Michigan. Not a family member however. Thanks for all of your hard work.
|Michelle Guthrie||RE: Stella Derosia|
actually i don't know which one she's buried in sorry :(
|Cheryl Tolman||Ray Hofer|
I did not take a picture of the memorial as there is no death date. I can add the photo from his wifes memorial but I figured you would want the death date on Rays. If there is something more you would like me to do, let me know,
|C. Rose||John Robbins|
Sent you some emails. C
Added by C. Rose on Nov 26, 2014 12:24 PM
Thank you for the quick response to my request. It is greatly appreciated.
|GPotter||Abraham & Elizabeth Penfold|
Thank you so much for all you do! If it wasn't for people like you, we would never be able to find where our people are buried.
Abraham & Elizabeth Penfold were my husband's great great grandparents. Their daughter, Elizabeth "Lizzie" (1855-1923) married Samuel Potter.
We barely have time to get back to Crossville & with the bridge out, New Harmony is even more difficult. Thank you for the photos and info!
Added by GPotter on Oct 12, 2014 1:19 PM
|C. Rose||John Robbins|
Hi Charlie, I just found an interesting family tree on ancestry.com which traces the family back to England. It's by: jakemyers6996fb
Let me know what you think. Cousin, Charlotte
Added by C. Rose on Sep 05, 2014 7:48 AM
|Larkin Vonalt||RE: Larry Vonalt, New Harmony|
Charlie, there just are not "far away family members." It's not that kind of family. I did not question my father's wishes to be buried in New Harmony-- I knew he found it a contemplative place to visit. But because it would make it nearly impossible for any of his family to visit his grave (no one lives remotely near there, including his widow, who does not drive) I am left to assume that this is not the way he wished to be remembered. If you do a Google Search on his name, you will find a better portrait of the man than any slab of black granite.
|Larkin Vonalt||Larry Vonalt, New Harmony|
Why have you posted my father's grave on this site? He's not related to you in any way, and he is not connected to any kind of Posey County history. I find this deeply offensive.
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