|Whispers From The Grave (#47262159)|
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My name is Paula Jackson. I am the mother of 2 wonderful children and a wife to a great hubby. I love animals (I have 3 cats: Chance, Melinka, and Mickey), reading, writing stories, playing games, photography and bowling but most of all I love doing research and genealogy work.
I have been doing genealogy research, both for myself and professionally, since 1997. I have been a member of F-A-G for over a year but only recently (April 2011) have had the time and opportunity to become a serious volunteer. I think F-A-G is a wonderful place and my pledge is to help as many people as I can in getting pictures of stones. Even though I live in Owen County, I am willing to go to the counties that surround me which are: Clay, Greene, Monroe and Parke. I spend a lot of time each day putting up memorials, researching at the library and online for information to add to memorials and 2-3 days a week trying to fill photo requests. At times, it gets frustrating but mostly it is rewarding work.
Anyway, I will gladly transfer memorials if they aren't part of my family. Please send me an email with any request you have. My address is email@example.com. I check my email often and will make corrections as soon as I can. One thing I ask if there is an obituary or information that I have added to the memorial, PLEASE be courteuos and leave it there along with credit of me as the one who added it. I spend a lot of hours at the library hand-copying obituaries then typing them up. I also spend a lot of time researching on ancestry.com. I really don't like the idea of my hard work being in vain. Thank you! :)
If you have time, please take a moment to visit my memorial for my mother Marjorie Shear. Thank you!!
Also please visit Baby Herschell. This baby has no family to tend to its grave. I found the grave overrun by weeds. My husband and I cleaned up the area and will continue to keep it nice. If you would leave a flower for him/her I would greatly appreciate it. Thank you!
Also if you could leave flowers for Bryan Haltom it would be greatly apprecaited. He was murdred at the age of 18 and the crime is still unsolved. Please read his story. Thank you!
Also, a visit to my memorial for PFC Brett Wood would also be appreciated. This young man died while fighting for our country. Thank you!
Also please visit these famous people whom f-a-g won't give credit to:
1. Cinematographer--Lauron Draper
2. Poet--William Herschell
3. Boxer--Ace Hudkins
4. Actor--Elderidge "Kit" Carson
5. Actor--John David Carson
6. Conductor--Dino Anagnost.
Thank you for your kindness, take care, God Bless You and happy hunting!! :o)
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|Darby Dan||Susan's Girl # 169121758|
If you like, please vote for her to be a "famous" memorial. Thanks.
|J||Baby Herschell #70479720|
I checked the site when i saw it on your site. Thank you so very much for taking the time and effort to take care of it. i am no kin but feel as you'll do about sites like that one. where i live in Tennessee i guess that stones are maybe cheaper then where you are. a flat stone should be less expensive. J
Added by J on Aug 18, 2016 4:27 PM
|Margaret||Thelma G. Buffaloe Watkins #14230923 Newark Cemetery|
Please add the following bio for Thelma G. Buffaloe Watkins:
Thelma G. Buffaloe Watkins, 81, Indianapolis, died May 22, 2005. She was born June 3, 1923 in Worthington, Indiana. She graduated from Solsberry High School and retired from Rough Notes Printing Company on June 13, 1942. She married Joseph Watkins, who passed away January 21, 1980.
She was preceded in death by husband Joseph Watkins and daughter Carolyn Watkins.
She is survived by two daughters, Joyce West (husband Alfred) of Indianapolis and Doris Aynes of Bainbridge; seven grandkids and 15 great-grandkids; three brothers and three sisters.
Final resting place is in Newark, Indiana.
Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society. Services will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday, May 25, 2005 in Conkle Funeral Home Avon Chapel, with calling there from 4 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, May 24, 2005. Burial will be in Newark Cemetery.
Published in The Indianapolis Star on May 24, 2005.
Thank you so much
Added by Margaret on Aug 18, 2016 12:27 PM
|Linda Mecham||RE: Everman|
Wonderful, thank you so much!
I was wondering if you would know if there is a William Thomas Everman, Feb. 1852-Dec. 30, 1909 or his wife, Parthena Jane (Edwards) Everman, 1859-1889 buried in the Riverside Cemetery? They both supposedly died at Spencer, IN. Any assistance will be greatly appreciated.
Thank you, Linda
|Donna Lynn Guire||Boatman 1924-2011|
Thank-you so very much for the transfer...Have a great 4th of July....Freedom....Donna
|Jay Loudermilk||Joseph E Pearison|
Thank you for your edits to Joseph's memorial, your efforts are appreciated.
|Nurrah Owens||RE: Payne|
George Calvin Payne was my great grandfather, Beulah Payne Wright was my grandmother. Thank you for the transfers, and hello there! (:
|Valerie (Lutes) Edmonds||Helen Bullerdick|
Hi You have Helen Bullerdick # 106262768 in the Powell Cemetery, Brown County. She's actually buried with her husband in a cemetery in Clay County. Her memorial number in Clay county is 118794235. Powell Cemetery in Brown County is an abandoned cemetery that's had no burials since the very early 1900s. Please merge the two memorials. Thank you and have a great day.
|Mary Alice||David Hubbell|
Buried in Fiscus Cemetery, Owen Co., IN with no birth or death dates. He was born about 1826 in Owen Co., IN and died in 1876 in Coal City, Owen Co., IN. He was the son of Abijah and Sara "Sally" Jacobs Hubbell. (Burial places unknown) His wife was Nancy Jane Fiscus who died about 1878 but her burial place is also unknown.
The stone looks lonely without any family.
Mary Alice Yost
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