My husband and I have been married 35 years; we have two adult sons, and 3 grandchildren. I have been researching my family history for over 33 years now. I love genealogy research and walking the cemeteries looking for my ancestor's graves as well as volunteering to photograph grave stones for others on this site.
I'm a volunteer for the Cemetery & Research Association of La Porte Co. In the spring of 2013, I accepted the offer to become the liaison/historian for Patton Cemetery.
The surnames of my ancestors are: CRAIG, WHITE, RHOTEN, SQUIRES, MCCORD, TAYLOR, DAVIS, WORLEY, LEGAN, ADMIRE, SUTHERLIN/SUTHERLAND, WASSON, DUGGER, COFFEY, WEBSTER, HARPER, STEVENS, BINNEY, MARGASON, VANSCOYK, BAIN, SNOW, MILLER, MILLS. My husband's ancestors that I'm researching are: SNOW, MILLER, MILLS, IMLER, WILDT, and many others not named.
Robert H Hardy Mamie L Morse Mamie Louise Morse was married to Robert H Hardy on Aug 7 1905...She was born in 1883 and died in 1973. Her fathers name was was James Milton Morse and her mothers name was Helen Emogene Tibbetts. All of them are buried in Patton Cemetary in LaPorte IN. I would edit this on Find a Grave but it requires numbers instead of names and I dont know how to do that. Sharon Snow Can you help?
I, a like great number people, I am looking for members of my family tree. Julia was the first wife of Prentiss Marshall Granberry. I will put edit requests in Find A Grave for you so that Julia will have links. But I wanted to tell how very much I appreciate you having entered this memorial. If were not for you, Julia would have remained just a nearly buried headstone. No one should be left without a history and without links to people who they loved and who loved them in return.
I found her children living in LA Porte County, Indiana in 1900, but I could not figure out why they were. Now I know , thanks to you, they were with Julia's sister Mary Fetzer and going to school.
Thank you for the excellent photos of Catherine Peterson-Mehan's headstone at Patton Cemetery, which you added to her memorial today. I do appreciate your personal time taken to do this for me. The photo is a nice addition to her memorial, as well as to the family tree.