|Vada L. Long (#46807018)|
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Hi, I have been doing family Genealogy as far back as I can remember. My Great Aunt Pauline had me walking in cemeteries as soon as I was old enough to walk. My aunt Pauline Myers died in 2000 but I still carry on with her research. |
This is a wonderful place to remember our loved ones and too pass along information to others. Coming from a military family I have been trying to record the graves of the Veterans, especially the civil war vets. Many of the old stones are gone but with a sight like this maybe they will not be forgotten. My daughter and I spend weekends finding old cemeteries that have been forgotten, (a lot of walking). We have also recorded cemeteries where all headstones are gone and the only records for these graves are recorded at the county library.
I want to thank Dave and Apple Dwiggins for the info on the Indiana Service men who were killed during World War II, and are buried at the Manila American Cemetery. See their web page here.
My grandma, Inez Rogers (Buried at Grandview Cemetery, Vigo Co. IN) died Aug. 7th 2009 if you have time please visit her memorial and leave a flower.
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|Margie Daniels||Joseph Lothrop|
I saw your flowers and note on Joseph Lothrop, Captain and Judge in Barnstable, MA. He is also my 9th great grandfather through his daughter Mary Lothrop Crowell who died in Woodbridge, NJ
|Joel Underwood||RE: Wester Cemetary|
I am. Tillie is my great grandfather. He had three kids, Russell, Jene, and Johnny. Russell is my grandfather. My mom would take him back to Caneyville each summer. They would go to the old church and school house, but never went to the cemetary. We didn't know it existed.
|Joel Underwood||Wester Cemetary|
I saw that you had posted a picture of the Wester Cemetery in Butler county Kentucky. We have driven around trying to find this cemetary as we have relatives buried there. The other cemeteries in this area have been difficult to find. Can you tell me where this cemetery is?
Thanks in advance,
|Anna Rees||Joseph & Sarah Long, Baumunk Cemetery|
I added a screen capture I took from the Brazil Clay County Enterprise from 1900, to your memorial for Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Long. They apparently have a six-year-old child buried in that cemetery somewhere as well. I hope this helps your research and information.
PS - I think your name, Vada, is very pretty.
|Garland Hill||thank you|
for transfering Jonathan Grantham this is fun
|Ancestral Sleuth||RE: Trueblood Cemetery|
I've sent several messages to her, but she has not responded. Hopefully, you will have better luck. I hope she is okay, I mean she may have a family emergency etc. If we don't get any responses within the next couple of weeks, I wonder if we shouldn't notify Find A Grave admin to attempt contact with her...
It looks like you have a monumental task ahead of you! I don't envy you! Happy Holidays!
|Karen Price||Cooper Cem|
Is the cem. still there. I have tried to find it but had no luck. Thank you for posting the Brady headstone.
|Felicia (Foltz) Hoffman||New Cemetery|
Please remove New Cemetery that you put as being in Robinson it is called Robinson New Cemetery and is already on here. You also have duplicated memorials because of this so please remove and correct. Please and thank-you.
|Treva Poe||Billy Foglesong 19338576|
Thank you for the links to his parents.
|Mike Yohe||RE: D. Peyton|
When we were at Swalley in August, 2012 we noticed that Daniel B Peyton's stone was in pretty bad shape. We got a replacement from the Department of Veterans Affairs, and the new stone is now in place. We were there on Oct. 3 and took a picture, which I'll also post on the site (I think we should leave the shot of the original stone in place, though). Thanks for all your work!
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