|Craig Lee Caudill (#47443536)|
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My name is Craig Caudill, and I like to dig up my ancestors (not literally, that would be kind of gross) as well as digging up ancestors for anyone that I can help. I live in Scott County, Indiana, but I have a lot of relatives in the southeastern corner of Kentucky. Some of the names I research is Caudill, Nicholas, Fields, Donahue, Logan, Craig, and many others. If you live far away and need photos of a stone in Scott County, I would be happy to try to find it for you. My sister owns Integrity Memorials in Scottsburg. She and I go "cemeterying" as a hobby quite often.
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|EddieM||RE: Clarks Chapel Cemetery|
Many thanks for helping another member. I'm impressed with how beautiful southern Indiana is. It's a great place to ride
Added by EddieM on Jul 25, 2014 1:22 PM
|EddieM||Clarks Chapel Cemetery|
I wondered if you could answer a question about Clarks Chapel Cemetery. Do you know if the main roads to the cemetery are paved or dirt? Usually it would not matter except for this trip I'm using a motorcycle. I have the GPS coordinates, and it does not appear to be too far from I-65, but sometimes those beautiful country roads can be hard to ride on.
Added by EddieM on Jul 24, 2014 12:25 PM
|Cindy Taylor-Matuse||Lewis Robbins|
Thank you, Craig. I have added his obit.
|DoraDianneBrennemanSnow||RE: Jesse W Caudill|
Hello Craig, I'm sorry it took mne so long to respond to your message.I have been rather busy and had not checked out Ancestry for a while. the answer to your question is yes, my Grandfather, Jesse W. Caudill was the son of Benjamin "Paw Paw" Caudill, and Sarah Brashear. By the way,Sarah's middle name was apparently Sallie, or Sally depending upon the document used as a source.Just out of curisoty,how did you know about his nick name being "Paw Paw"? I discovered that info. in a set of family history books about Caudill family history called "Appalacha Crossroads", by Clayton R. Cox. There are three books to the Caudill part. This book contains about 24 pages that were written by my Grandfather,Jessie W.Caudill,discribing his childhood growing up in Kentucky! It's very interesting. I have copies of the original and there is much more information there.
As for Find-A-Grave. I made a memorial for my Grandparents, Jesse W. and Gertrude Caudill on there. I guess I didn't check out his parents? I'll have to see what I can do to start something. I may have some pictures or something?
I have only been doing geneology for a few years now, so I still have a lot to learn. It's greast to hear from you,let me know if I can be of any help in your search. It's a lot harder when so many of our family members are no longer with us so we can still ask them questions!
I also have a Family History book that has The Brashear Story, A Family History, By Troy L. Back and Leon Brashear.
Are you on Ancestry.com? if so maybe we could share some tree info? Thanks,DoraDianne(Dee Dee) BrennemanSnow
|tribe hunter||William Caudill|
I am transferring this memorial to you. I am out-of-state with a life threatening family situation. I am asking that you please do not send any other EDITS for the rest of the month. I have limited access to a computer. Thank you for your consideration.
|michael ramsey||Than You|
You posted photos of my brother's grave,Brian Ramsey.I am disabiled and cannot visit his grave,you made a way for me to visit it .Thank You for taking the time,it meant a lot to me to be able to vist him virtually.
|bpojito105||Samuel Hougland d.1871|
Just now discovering the wonderful photo you uploaded to Samuel's memorial. Very nice! Clear and well lit. Thank you very much for the generous contributions of your time and talents. Cheers!
|C Proctor||Perry & Olive DeSchamp|
Thank you so much for the speedy transfer of the memorials. THANKS!
|C Proctor||Perry Arthur Deschamp|
I am grateful you posted the memorials of Perry and Olive Deschamp in Scottsburg Cemetery.
I am hoping you will transfer to me the memorials you created of Perry Arthur Deschamp 106533815 and his wife Olive Haggins 106533946.
Thank you for the work you do.
|Kelsey Taylor||Thomas Taylor|
Is there a way you could find out the Coordinates for my fathers grave? I know that is probably a really strange request.
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